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July 30, 2013, 06:04:29 PM
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FYI, just a bit of info on ev'day resident expert(shill), Bitcoinorama who was throwing his weight around.

Figured seeing as the forum user kncminer registered on April 07, 2013, 08:18:32 PM and participated actively in this forum up to April 11, 2013, 07:18:58 AM.

Then on April 23, 2013, 11:36:38 AM Bitcoinorama registered his profile, just few minutes after a message left by kncminer on April 23, 2013, 11:14:27 AM, and proceeded to post actively in the topic Swedish ASIC miner company kncminer.com from April 26, 2013, 01:33:45 AM.

On June 26, 2013, 10:23:52 PM Bitcoinorama answered a question which just the owners of the kncminer.com Internet page should know the answer:

Interesting  I just noticed on my orders detail page it shows a kind of grayed out 34 right under my order Qty of 1 of a Jupiter...

Wonder what the 34 means?  (...)

SKU code.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stock_keeping_unit


Doesn't inspire me with confidence...

Second hardware spec’s

   You are all correct we will publish stats on working prototypes with clear and unquestionable evidence (Video/ photograph/youtube/ newspaper reviews/personal checks) that we have working products. We will first publish this to the people who have registered on our site. They and only they (who have registered before publication date) will be given the ability to complete their preorders. Devices will then ship in the weeks after as they are made tested and sent.

Sam

Hi Guys

We would like to say that. Yes....we did tape-out of the ASIC some time ago. The exact details of the ASIC schedule, volumes, vendor etc. is kept internal since it's very sensitive information towards competitors. The product development tasks are on-track."

We are still on schedule to begin shipping in September.

Thanks
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July 30, 2013, 06:24:37 PM
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Good to hear that they have taped out. Presumably they have working prototypes in the lab and are ckecking EMC compliance, getting CE approval, etc.

I don't think you need CE approval if customers have to provide their own PSU's.  Which I thought was why they went that route.

What does "tape out" mean?
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July 30, 2013, 06:26:20 PM
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...until then you're on ignore.

Adios.

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July 30, 2013, 06:28:21 PM
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Good to hear that they have taped out. Presumably they have working prototypes in the lab and are ckecking EMC compliance, getting CE approval, etc.

I don't think you need CE approval if customers have to provide their own PSU's.  Which I thought was why they went that route.

What does "tape out" mean?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tape-out
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July 30, 2013, 06:38:40 PM
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Clearly I've hit a nerve, surprising that someone who breaks and enters, and helps himself to houses that don't belong to him would so overtly publicise who he is and what he's been doing. Looks like you enjoy our 'free' healthcare without paying as well

I am not the one here holding a massive quantity of customers funds with promises to deliver an unproven product by September October.

 Cheesy

Hey, I am sure KnC customers are more interested to see photos from the promised product rather than photos from random homeless people published in some newspaper in 2008.
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July 30, 2013, 06:43:24 PM
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FYI, just a bit of info on ev'day resident expert(shill), Bitcoinorama who was throwing his weight around.

Figured seeing as the forum user kncminer registered on April 07, 2013, 08:18:32 PM and participated actively in this forum up to April 11, 2013, 07:18:58 AM.

Then on April 23, 2013, 11:36:38 AM Bitcoinorama registered his profile, just few minutes after a message left by kncminer on April 23, 2013, 11:14:27 AM, and proceeded to post actively in the topic Swedish ASIC miner company kncminer.com from April 26, 2013, 01:33:45 AM.

On June 26, 2013, 10:23:52 PM Bitcoinorama answered a question which just the owners of the kncminer.com Internet page should know the answer:

Interesting  I just noticed on my orders detail page it shows a kind of grayed out 34 right under my order Qty of 1 of a Jupiter...

Wonder what the 34 means?  (...)

SKU code.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stock_keeping_unit


Doesn't inspire me with confidence...

Second hardware spec’s

   You are all correct we will publish stats on working prototypes with clear and unquestionable evidence (Video/ photograph/youtube/ newspaper reviews/personal checks) that we have working products. We will first publish this to the people who have registered on our site. They and only they (who have registered before publication date) will be given the ability to complete their preorders. Devices will then ship in the weeks after as they are made tested and sent.

Sam

Hi Guys

We would like to say that. Yes....we did tape-out of the ASIC some time ago. The exact details of the ASIC schedule, volumes, vendor etc. is kept internal since it's very sensitive information towards competitors. The product development tasks are on-track."

We are still on schedule to begin shipping in September.

Thanks
KnCMiner Team



This message is before than message of bitcoinorama

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236402.msg2504404#msg2504404
& this
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226011.msg2390641#msg2390641

Honestly, I do not think Bitcoinorama are the person impartial forum. He is a little Fanboy of  KNC. But as I said in some earlier post that you can not accuse a scammer user here. You must do it in acusations scam.

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July 30, 2013, 07:05:37 PM
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Clearly I've hit a nerve, surprising that someone who breaks and enters, and helps himself to houses that don't belong to him would so overtly publicise who he is and what he's been doing. Looks like you enjoy our 'free' healthcare without paying as well

I am not the one here holding a massive quantity of customers funds with promises to deliver an unproven product by September October.

 Cheesy

Hey, I am sure KnC customers are more interested to see photos from the promised product rather than photos from random homeless people published in some newspaper in 2008.

Thought you said you were going away? Missed your deadline dude. Tut tut.
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July 30, 2013, 07:19:29 PM
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Thought you said you were going away? Missed your deadline dude. Tut tut.

I thought that as well, but I could not predict that someone would bring up my past background after I left. Why you do not ask Bitcoinorama why he posted something about my background after I stop to post and after KnC's announcement? I am sure he must have a clever answer to explain how photos of my past history proves that KnC will deliver as promised.
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July 30, 2013, 07:23:05 PM
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July 30, 2013, 07:23:38 PM
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FYI, just a bit of info on y'days resident expert(troll), Augusto Croppo who was throwing his weight around.

Figured seeing as he gave his name and an about me in his link tells us he is a 'freelance' IT expert originally from South America, now living in London, it might be easy enough to glean some further info about him and the expertise he brings to the table with respect to the unsubstantiated claims he was making, well apparently he likes breaking into houses and not paying rent;

http://mailpictures.newsprints.co.uk/view/19282295/elib_asscmmglpict000003752924_jpg
http://mailpictures.newsprints.co.uk/view/19282296/elib_asscmmglpict000003752925_jpg

http://www.flickr.com/photos/augustocroppo/2419977949/

Doesn't inspire me with confidence...



Still throwing crap around without reading up thoroughly.

For starters I entered this forum to check out ASICrigs, as they claimed to be from the UK, and claimed they would accept a visit, go check my posting history out it's all in there, would be a bit of a labourious shilling work around if my ultimate goal was to promote KnC. This was then followed by having a great deal of fun in the Cedartec thread, by far the most amusing thread in this forum. Again go take a look, I exposed them as a scam, you might learn a thing, or two...

I actually planned on doing the same to KnC, until they partnered with ORSoC and started checking out (something you've not bothered to do), they were also willing to accept a visit, unlike ASICrigs they actually meant it, and not exclusively to me. Several forum members went (again something you've failed to do, but then that's not free is it?).

Onto your other embarrassing ruse, an SKU is hardly indicative of insider knowledge, and what's more amusing was I wasn't the first to clear that up, KS was a loooong time before in this very thread, my answer to the query above was merely a reiteration of his answer to the same question posted earlier.

Clearly I've hit a nerve, surprising that someone who breaks and enters, and helps himself to houses that don't belong to him would so overtly publicise who he is and what he's been doing. Looks like you enjoy our 'free' healthcare without paying as well;

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3073/2312278663_7abd8232ca.jpg

Don't forget you owe apologies to many once KnC deliver, to be fair I couldn't care less if you apologise to me, but I will certainly be reminding you, until then you're on ignore.

Adios.

Quotes for the future.
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July 30, 2013, 07:45:06 PM
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FYI, just a bit of info on ev'day resident expert(shill), Bitcoinorama who was throwing his weight around.

Figured seeing as the forum user kncminer registered on April 07, 2013, 08:18:32 PM and participated actively in this forum up to April 11, 2013, 07:18:58 AM.

Then on April 23, 2013, 11:36:38 AM Bitcoinorama registered his profile, just few minutes after a message left by kncminer on April 23, 2013, 11:14:27 AM, and proceeded to post actively in the topic Swedish ASIC miner company kncminer.com from April 26, 2013, 01:33:45 AM.

On June 26, 2013, 10:23:52 PM Bitcoinorama answered a question which just the owners of the kncminer.com Internet page should know the answer:

Interesting  I just noticed on my orders detail page it shows a kind of grayed out 34 right under my order Qty of 1 of a Jupiter...

Wonder what the 34 means?  (...)

SKU code.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stock_keeping_unit


Doesn't inspire me with confidence...

Second hardware spec’s

   You are all correct we will publish stats on working prototypes with clear and unquestionable evidence (Video/ photograph/youtube/ newspaper reviews/personal checks) that we have working products. We will first publish this to the people who have registered on our site. They and only they (who have registered before publication date) will be given the ability to complete their preorders. Devices will then ship in the weeks after as they are made tested and sent.

Sam

Hi Guys

We would like to say that. Yes....we did tape-out of the ASIC some time ago. The exact details of the ASIC schedule, volumes, vendor etc. is kept internal since it's very sensitive information towards competitors. The product development tasks are on-track."

We are still on schedule to begin shipping in September.

Thanks
KnCMiner Team



This message is before than message of bitcoinorama

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236402.msg2504404#msg2504404
& this
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226011.msg2390641#msg2390641

Honestly, I do not think Bitcoinorama are the person impartial forum. He is a little Fanboy of  KNC. But as I said in some earlier post that you can not accuse a scammer user here. You must do it in acusations scam.


Hold on, where the hell do you get off calling me a shill, or a scammer? On what evidence?? Stop feeding the troll.

I have never, ever given anything but common sense advice. I have absolutely always stated explicitly to do your own research, it is not my fault people are too damn lazy to read through the thread, specifically the earlier parts where upon the KnC story unfolded. The latter crap with people asking the same stuff again and again because they won't research elements for themselves can be skipped. I'd damn well start from scratch if I had no prior knowledge at this point.

Firstly any research I've shared is either publicly available from the web w.r.t. LinkedIN profiles, blogs, official Swedish company records etc., or from the openday I attended, where I was not alone, there were other members of the forum present. Yes I've continued to keep up with the custom forum child board subsequent as I have an interest in Bitcoin mining and the developments in the ASICrace. Other information I shared from emailing KnC, there was no insider knowledge or wizardry on my part, I just freakin' emailed them. Guess what happened when others emailed them, they got direct answers. Some shared, some didn't. I choose to share as the more solid info peeps share, the better decisions can be made. Don't trust the info, follow it up yourself, guess what's happened everytime someone's questioned what I've had to post and followed it up, it checked out, why? Because there is nothing underhand. Seriously anyone can call anyone a shill, but the reason anyone does without any evidence is because it's easy, it fit's with their naive assumptions and their too damned lazy to do any groundwork themselves. Couple that with the fact people are willing to throw large sums cash at 'investments' they don't do the groundwork on is moronic. Ffs anyone can go visit KnC at anytime, they have an open door policy, just give them a heads up prior.

Secondly I have always, always insisted you don't 'bet' more than you can afford to loose. Why? And why 'bet', because make no mistake this is a race with the winners hopefully seeing a better return. Now the landscape is changing with more entrants it may well be wiser to hold out until the dust has settled, you'll be able to make a more solid decision, sure, but you won't be at the starting blocks, but whatever that's your choice to make based on your risk comfort level. That's not mine, and it's certainly not mine if things don't work out the way you want them to. Be an adult and make your own decisions. I haven't coerced or deceived anyone into anything.

Far from it I've insisted you pay by credit card and call your issuing bank and ensure they will cover your ass after the Paypal 45 day window shuts. Mine will. I rang Barclays and recorded the lady in the fraud department on loudspeaker to be super sure. If anything I was instrumental in ensuring KnC accepted card payments. Read the damn thread.


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July 30, 2013, 07:48:40 PM
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Good to hear that they have taped out. Presumably they have working prototypes in the lab and are ckecking EMC compliance, getting CE approval, etc.

I don't think you need CE approval if customers have to provide their own PSU's.  Which I thought was why they went that route.

What does "tape out" mean?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tape-out


Awesome!
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Anti-Ignore System ^

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Ah ah ah.

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July 30, 2013, 07:54:17 PM
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Simple answer

We use www.shutterstock.com like lots of others, search that site for ASIC And you will come up with that photo.

and yes that means we pay for our images Smiley



please issue me the refund request from 3d ago.
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July 30, 2013, 07:55:18 PM
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We would like to say that. Yes....we did tape-out of the ASIC some time ago.

Good. Presumably you have working prototypes in your lab checking EMC compliance as well as working on SEMCO/CE approvals.
You know of a miner manufacturer that waited for CE approvals?
Show us.


It depends how it's being sold. Consumer appliances which plugs into the mains may require approval depending upon the country. There are also EMC requirements so the miner will not disturb the TV, WiFi, or whatever of your neighbor.
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July 30, 2013, 08:03:11 PM
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Wow the Trolls are hitting it HARD again today..  I love watching it all. So funny..  Love it..

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July 30, 2013, 08:08:23 PM
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We would like to say that. Yes....we did tape-out of the ASIC some time ago.

Good. Presumably you have working prototypes in your lab checking EMC compliance as well as working on SEMCO/CE approvals.
You know of a miner manufacturer that waited for CE approvals?
Show us.


It depends how it's being sold. Consumer appliances which plugs into the mains may require approval depending upon the country. There are also EMC requirements so the miner will not disturb the TV, WiFi, or whatever of your neighbor.

They're not cutting corners, or risking their business. This isn't being marketed as a consumer product, but  business to business, even so if it is to be sold in the European Union, they won't skip on a necessary requirement. Avalon were v.cheeky sending the items as research products:

https://www.gov.uk/ce-marking

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July 30, 2013, 08:11:15 PM
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Figured seeing as he gave his name and an about me in his link tells us he is a 'freelance' IT expert originally from South America, now living in London, it might be easy enough to glean some further info about him and the expertise he brings to the table with respect to the unsubstantiated claims he was making, well apparently he likes breaking into houses and not paying rent;

Just ignore him if you don't like him. No need to dig up people's personal dirt or make character attacks based on IRL data. (Calling someone stupid/annoying is fine with me)

Doing so makes you look kind of petty. (look at Indaba calling Phineas Gage a "wood thief" for example).

If someone is a moron, who cares what they think?

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We would like to say that. Yes....we did tape-out of the ASIC some time ago.

Good. Presumably you have working prototypes in your lab checking EMC compliance as well as working on SEMCO/CE approvals.
You know of a miner manufacturer that waited for CE approvals?
Show us.


It depends how it's being sold. Consumer appliances which plugs into the mains may require approval depending upon the country. There are also EMC requirements so the miner will not disturb the TV, WiFi, or whatever of your neighbor.
I hear a "no" in there somewhere. Smiley


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July 30, 2013, 08:14:59 PM
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Figured seeing as he gave his name and an about me in his link tells us he is a 'freelance' IT expert originally from South America, now living in London, it might be easy enough to glean some further info about him and the expertise he brings to the table with respect to the unsubstantiated claims he was making, well apparently he likes breaking into houses and not paying rent;

Just ignore him if you don't like him. No need to dig up people's personal dirt or make character attacks based on IRL data. (Calling someone stupid/annoying is fine with me)

Doing so makes you look kind of petty. (look at Indaba calling Phineas Gage a "wood thief" for example).

If someone is a moron, who cares what they think?

No, 100% you're right, for that part I'll apologise to Augusto despite the attack on me. His past is none of my business.

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