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May 12, 2015, 03:58:15 PM
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I'll update what I last talked about with Joakim Stignert. He is one of the lawyer in the group action.

You more people that will join the group action, the better it is for each of us. The interest are really high, especially by the amount from USA and Charlotte Lin.
Consider that, the risk are really low. They will tell the amount of participators so that each of us can make our own estimates of the risks. BUT the cost of the trial(s) should be "normal", so KnC can't get 10 lawyers and think that we will pay that if they win.
They make an estimate that at least 50 people will join the group action. If KnC loose and appeal and wins in the supreme court (first district court and if they loose and appeal they will go to supreme court). And if we count really high, let say KnC sends an invoice of 400 000 sek our cost per person will be 8000 SEK (400 000/50 = 8000 SEK or in USD $50 000/50 = $1000). And that is worst case.

They can't sue any of us because their name or their brand or any thing like that got poorly treated.

Have they put up the application form yet? Do they have a functioning contact email/form, or still not? It's hard to even take them seriously if you send an email to their listed contact address and it returns a postmaster delivery failure message.

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May 12, 2015, 09:42:28 PM
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I'll update what I last talked about with Joakim Stignert. He is one of the lawyer in the group action.

You more people that will join the group action, the better it is for each of us. The interest are really high, especially by the amount from USA and Charlotte Lin.
Consider that, the risk are really low. They will tell the amount of participators so that each of us can make our own estimates of the risks. BUT the cost of the trial(s) should be "normal", so KnC can't get 10 lawyers and think that we will pay that if they win.
They make an estimate that at least 50 people will join the group action. If KnC loose and appeal and wins in the supreme court (first district court and if they loose and appeal they will go to supreme court). And if we count really high, let say KnC sends an invoice of 400 000 sek our cost per person will be 8000 SEK (400 000/50 = 8000 SEK or in USD $50 000/50 = $1000). And that is worst case.

They can't sue any of us because their name or their brand or any thing like that got poorly treated.

Have they put up the application form yet? Do they have a functioning contact email/form, or still not? It's hard to even take them seriously if you send an email to their listed contact address and it returns a postmaster delivery failure message.

they were probably were scammers wanted a quick buck on "lawyer costs"
so what do you expect?


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May 12, 2015, 10:36:44 PM
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Amazing how people will buy machines BEFORE doing any research.

This coming from a dickhead who handed over 51BTC to a scammer in England with a totally fictional company:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=429513

And he still comes on here acting the expert and handing out advice  Cheesy

Yep you have losers and winners in this game!
The losers show a lot of envy here.
While mining at ~7.5 TH makes me quite happy with my KNC miners.

Who is envious? KFC rigs are uneconomical garbage. You are either on the kfc payroll (most likely) or will sooner or later realise you are pissing your money away using their rigs. Either scenerio makes you a loser in my book Smiley

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May 12, 2015, 11:51:29 PM
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Amazing how people will buy machines BEFORE doing any research.

This coming from a dickhead who handed over 51BTC to a scammer in England with a totally fictional company:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=429513

And he still comes on here acting the expert and handing out advice  Cheesy

Yep you have losers and winners in this game!
The losers show a lot of envy here.
While mining at ~7.5 TH makes me quite happy with my KNC miners.

Who is envious? KFC rigs are uneconomical garbage. You are either on the kfc payroll (most likely) or will sooner or later realise you are pissing your money away using their rigs. Either scenerio makes you a loser in my book Smiley

I didn't know Kentucky Fried Chicken had miners.  The Neptunes are hit and miss.  If you can get one running they are very stable and efficient.  If you can't. You're s-o-l.
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May 13, 2015, 05:39:04 AM
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Amazing how people will buy machines BEFORE doing any research.

This coming from a dickhead who handed over 51BTC to a scammer in England with a totally fictional company:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=429513

And he still comes on here acting the expert and handing out advice  Cheesy


er Neptunes are going for $650 usd on Ebay I just saw today....even assuming you have the PSU's from say other miners....the
advice that mining with a Neptune is silly ...an't that much of a stretch imho

(esp at my rate of 12kwh ..this includes all taxes fees etc..the considerate xcel energy says it really is only 0.08c kwh ....heh ) Smiley

so in any case I'd not shoot the messenger over if getting a home miner and/or Neptune in particular an't the best choice now imho

and I can't throw stones at scammers...hard to tell them from the supposed 'legit companies' i bought from BFL when I was a newbie
and KNC.... a jupiter which I did well on ...and have a 1st batch Titan ...after they went the scammer route for more $$$

so again.....getting on bitcointalk and saying folk have got taken from scammer(s) in one way or another and they should stop posting
I think 80% of folk on here would have to refrain Smiley

whatever my view ...wtf do I know I got stuff from BFL (did get refunded by luck 1yr 20 days later) and KNC 1st batch Titan...I'll be the first
to admit I don't know zip

again as to Phoenix1969 ....drop him a PM and ask him what he sold all his BTC mined for at what price.....heh ....me I should paid more attention to him in hindsight!!!

oh and for the new folk..he did get his 51 BTC back again like me was lucky...live an learn ..exciting times in bitcoinland!


















 

 

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May 13, 2015, 03:48:48 PM
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any voltage settings for 200mhz or somewhere around this number?

is it normal for some asics to drop off, to come back, or to be at half wattage? Embarrassed

thx!
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May 13, 2015, 08:36:40 PM
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any voltage settings for 200mhz or somewhere around this number?

is it normal for some asics to drop off, to come back, or to be at half wattage? Embarrassed

thx!

Default should be at 450mhz per miner on the Neptune. If you see them falling off it either because there is a problem with the PSU, or the cube(s) them self.
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May 13, 2015, 10:27:41 PM
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Still
Wait 3 btc from knc

For knc offer Titan


What a f?........
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May 13, 2015, 11:07:35 PM
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any voltage settings for 200mhz or somewhere around this number?

is it normal for some asics to drop off, to come back, or to be at half wattage? Embarrassed

thx!

If the cubes that are behaving this way are all connected to one power supply, it might be an indication that the power supply is almost dead. It happened to me twice with Lepa 1600 power supplies after powering 3 cubes each for about 9 months. Those Lepa 1600's are junk. I was only using 1200W evenly balanced across 3 power rails.
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May 13, 2015, 11:31:34 PM
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Does KnC still honors refunds in bitcoin?

iCEBREAKER is a troll! He and cypherdoc helped HashFast scam 50 Million $ from its customers !
H/w Hosting Directory & Reputation - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622998.0
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May 13, 2015, 11:35:50 PM
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any voltage settings for 200mhz or somewhere around this number?

is it normal for some asics to drop off, to come back, or to be at half wattage? Embarrassed

thx!

If the cubes that are behaving this way are all connected to one power supply, it might be an indication that the power supply is almost dead. It happened to me twice with Lepa 1600 power supplies after powering 3 cubes each for about 9 months. Those Lepa 1600's are junk. I was only using 1200W evenly balanced across 3 power rails.

yes, 1 psu. actually 2 different dps2000bb.......>160A on a single 12v rail.... sucked close to 2400w on this psu with 2 sp20

lepa is 30a on rails 3, 4, 5 and 6. 30a*12v=360w and the cubes are closer to 400w than 360w.....

i don't think the psus are the problem
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May 14, 2015, 06:43:08 AM
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Still wait from knc 3 btc

For my titan 2 to 1 offer

They are awfuln
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May 14, 2015, 07:58:03 AM
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So, who ordered the Tesla Powerwall ? - http://www.teslamotors.com/powerwall     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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May 14, 2015, 02:42:46 PM
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So, who ordered the Tesla Powerwall ? - http://www.teslamotors.com/powerwall     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Pre-order scam and totally 'shopped! I ain't pre-ordering based offa skeematics, photoshop or 3D images ever again  Grin Cheesy Wink

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May 14, 2015, 03:51:01 PM
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I ain't pre-ordering based offa skeematics, photoshop or 3D images ever again  Grin Cheesy Wink

ohh well, at least this KFC lesson had some positive impact to your life.)
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May 14, 2015, 04:25:33 PM
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I didn't know Kentucky Fried Chicken had miners. 
You haven't been round this thread long enough  Smiley

Are we calling this company now KFC? Cheesy I mean, maybe you actually can fry something in immersion-cooled mining-tubs Cheesy



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I ain't pre-ordering based offa skeematics, photoshop or 3D images ever again  Grin Cheesy Wink

ohh well, at least this KFC lesson had some positive impact to your life.)
I'm very optimistic, there is a lot to look forward to:



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May 14, 2015, 08:51:36 PM
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if this guys court find them guilty they spend much time in prison... According swedish low its around 6 months per case. So around 20 people sued them as I understand, this is 10 years and much soap.
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May 14, 2015, 09:43:04 PM
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Did anyone take back 3 btc
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May 15, 2015, 09:41:42 AM
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if this guys court find them guilty they spend much time in prison... According swedish low its around 6 months per case. So around 20 people sued them as I understand, this is 10 years and much soap.
They have an open prison system in Sweden. As long as it was not violent crime, inmates can come and go during the day with an electronic tag. http://mic.com/articles/109138/sweden-has-done-for-its-prisoners-what-the-u-s-won-t

In Sweden, "Before you do the crime, don't even worry about the time".

Any thoughts on getting KFC extradited to the USA for prosecution? In a US prison, they would really be worried about dropping the soap in the showers  Grin

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