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April 20, 2013, 04:29:17 AM
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Well I pre ordered 3 first batch and my number was #613, doesn't mean anything could just be their ordering system, end of the day if they are legit and produce a working product could care less if it's only for 500 people or not as long as you queued.

That number would be from the shopping cart database, not a reflection of an individual item. I've configured many osCommerce type shopping carts before, you can usually set a start order number (like #1000) - so your order number isn't worth a grain of salt and tell us nothing. Incidentally, please EDIT your posts rather than spamming the thread.

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April 20, 2013, 04:36:12 AM
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Well I pre ordered 3 first batch and my number was #613, doesn't mean anything could just be their ordering system, end of the day if they are legit and produce a working product could care less if it's only for 500 people or not as long as you queued.

That number would be from the shopping cart database, not a reflection of an individual item. I've configured many osCommerce type shopping carts before, you can usually set a start order number (like #1000) - so your order number isn't worth a grain of salt and tell us nothing. Incidentally, please EDIT your posts rather than spamming the thread.

but I love to spam just like KNC will do with all of our email addresses!!! YEssss....Yessss says KNC CEO playing with his fingers near his face while saying such things.
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April 20, 2013, 04:36:43 AM
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how can I order?
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April 20, 2013, 04:39:03 AM
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how can I order?

Register on their website. When you log in go under products and then you can reserve a pre order spot.
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April 20, 2013, 04:46:56 AM
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Interest in ASIC devices are big, I think they will collect enough pre-order fund to drive the project, just time to market is a variable

In my past experience, projects in Sweden are typically 6 months to couple of years long, only a small amount of them started to use Agile working method recently

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April 20, 2013, 04:55:45 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.
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April 20, 2013, 05:03:49 AM
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how can I order?

Register on their website. When you log in go under products and then you can reserve a pre order spot.

I am confused. What does reserving a pre-order achieve if the units are sold on a first-come first-served basis?

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April 20, 2013, 05:09:54 AM
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Register on their website. When you log in go under products and then you can reserve a pre order spot.

I am confused. What does reserving a pre-order achieve if the units are sold on a first-come first-served basis?

You reserve a place in queue and when they are ready to take pre orders, you can then decide to pre order or drop out of queue. Basically a free queue holder if in the future you decide to actually pre order. It's vaporware pre-ordering!
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April 20, 2013, 05:12:27 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.
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April 20, 2013, 05:13:54 AM
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how can I order?

Register on their website. When you log in go under products and then you can reserve a pre order spot.

I am confused. What does reserving a pre-order achieve if the units are sold on a first-come first-served basis?

You reserve a place in queue and when they are ready to take pre orders, you can then decide to pre order or drop out of queue. Basically a free queue holder if in the future you decide to actually pre order. It's vaporware pre-ordering!

I see. So if you want to pay all of the money upfront before the first product is delivered, a preorder helps you do that, but if you want to wait for stronger evidence- your preorder disappears.

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April 20, 2013, 05:15:42 AM
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how can I order?

Register on their website. When you log in go under products and then you can reserve a pre order spot.

I am confused. What does reserving a pre-order achieve if the units are sold on a first-come first-served basis?

You reserve a place in queue and when they are ready to take pre orders, you can then decide to pre order or drop out of queue. Basically a free queue holder if in the future you decide to actually pre order. It's vaporware pre-ordering!

I see. So if you want to pay all of the money upfront before the first product is delivered, a preorder helps you do that, but if you want to wait for stronger evidence- your preorder disappears.

yes pretty much, if you feel confident at pre order time you can order if not, you can wait and just lose your spot.
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April 20, 2013, 05:34:37 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.

Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

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© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

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April 20, 2013, 05:34:58 AM
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the pre-order was pretty much snapped up, with no risk involves, you are not paying anything..
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April 20, 2013, 05:43:20 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.

Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

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© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

I love this forum!  Kiss

Dude how do you have 1 billion posts and not know BTCminer? They sold FPGA's on this very forum lol! How do you know Coles brought it ORSoc's attention? Not trolling just wondering, because I think they are completely different companies that aren't involved with each-other.
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April 20, 2013, 05:49:56 AM
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Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

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© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

I love this forum!  Kiss

So they are going to use ZTEX's code? I have seen even more simple codes

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April 20, 2013, 06:00:40 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.

Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

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© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

I love this forum!  Kiss

Dude how do you have 1 billion posts and not know BTCminer? They sold FPGA's on this very forum lol! How do you know Coles brought it ORSoc's attention? Not trolling just wondering, because I think they are completely different companies that aren't involved with each-other.

My bad! Sometimes I forget to include the sarcasm tag in posts.

The point I was trying to make is that ORSoC knew about Bitcoin prior to KNCMiner bringing it to their attention in hopes of having them develop their miners.
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April 20, 2013, 06:12:02 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.

Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

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© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

I love this forum!  Kiss

Dude how do you have 1 billion posts and not know BTCminer? They sold FPGA's on this very forum lol! How do you know Coles brought it ORSoc's attention? Not trolling just wondering, because I think they are completely different companies that aren't involved with each-other.

My bad! Sometimes I forget to include the sarcasm tag in posts.

The point I was trying to make is that ORSoC knew about Bitcoin prior to KNCMiner bringing it to their attention in hopes of having them develop their miners.

Lol I'm like dafuck!! That's very probable as ORSoC is in that business I'm sure they knew about bitcoin lol, maybe KNC is a new company started by ORSoC just for the purpose of selling miners, might be a new venture.
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April 20, 2013, 06:13:16 AM
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Hello kncminer,
Is there an estimate as to when the HW specs will be posted? Some concrete information (not necessarily physical proof) is necessary to motivate people for pre-ordering.
Also, given the BFL fiasco, its important to publish your schedule for the consumers. When can that be done?

What exact stage in this project are you in (like basic RTL design / simulation / foundry contract signed/ shipping )?

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April 20, 2013, 06:46:00 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.

Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

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© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

I love this forum!  Kiss

Dude how do you have 1 billion posts and not know BTCminer? They sold FPGA's on this very forum lol! How do you know Coles brought it ORSoc's attention? Not trolling just wondering, because I think they are completely different companies that aren't involved with each-other.

My bad! Sometimes I forget to include the sarcasm tag in posts.

The point I was trying to make is that ORSoC knew about Bitcoin prior to KNCMiner bringing it to their attention in hopes of having them develop their miners.

Lol I'm like dafuck!! That's very probable as ORSoC is in that business I'm sure they knew about bitcoin lol, maybe KNC is a new company started by ORSoC just for the purpose of selling miners, might be a new venture.

That's exactly what my new theory consists of which, in and of itself, isn't a bad thing unless, that is, they opted for cloaking the connection at the onset, then there's a problem, for if they do this, what else are they capable of doing (read hiding)?
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April 20, 2013, 06:55:46 AM
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http://orsoc.se/orsoc-and-kncminer-are-partnering-up-to-develop-bitcoin-mining-products/langswitch_lang/en/

Time for a new theory (and a kick in the balls for this one).

Take a look at the page I linked to. You'll see only five major announcements, the last being kncminer.com with the one before that on Aug. 22, 2012.

Oddly, there are no screenshots of kennemarandcole.se or kandc.se or kennemarandcole.com from last year, because they only recently went live.

Could it be that Kennemar and Cole already work for ORSoc, or were their names simply "borrowed"?

Take a look at http://www.kennemarandcole.com/ and convince me it doesn't read similar to http://orsoc.se, both being consultant-type companies.

so what are you saying there can't be another consultant type company? And Kennemarandcole serves a completely different market of IT services, while ORsoc serves hardware.

Okay! You win! I thought it was a pretty crazy theory and all, but wanted to toss it out there nonetheless. There's no way in hell that ORSoC could've been aware of Bitcoin and what it incompasses until Kennemar and Coles brought it to their attention. Unless, that is,... http://opencores.org/project,btcminer

Quote
© copyright 1999-2013 OpenCores.org, equivalent to ORSoC AB, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.

Has anybody ever heard of a company called BTCMiner before? Maybe it's a new company that's going to work hand-in-hand with KNCMiner.

Any insight will be appreciated.

I love this forum!  Kiss

Dude how do you have 1 billion posts and not know BTCminer? They sold FPGA's on this very forum lol! How do you know Coles brought it ORSoc's attention? Not trolling just wondering, because I think they are completely different companies that aren't involved with each-other.

My bad! Sometimes I forget to include the sarcasm tag in posts.

The point I was trying to make is that ORSoC knew about Bitcoin prior to KNCMiner bringing it to their attention in hopes of having them develop their miners.

Lol I'm like dafuck!! That's very probable as ORSoC is in that business I'm sure they knew about bitcoin lol, maybe KNC is a new company started by ORSoC just for the purpose of selling miners, might be a new venture.

That's exactly what my new theory consists of which, in and of itself, isn't a bad thing unless, that is, they opted for cloaking the connection at the onset, then there's a problem, for if they do this, what else are they capable of doing (read hiding)?

Yes, but I highly doubt that, if anything maybe they are acquaintances. Or it could be that the companies and people are unrelated. If you read ORSoC's about page it mentions that they try to offer very cost effective consulting solutions to any size companies including smalls ones like KNC, so maybe that's why KNC approached them. Either way this to date has been the most credible ASIC company posted so far. There is a lot for ORSoC to lose in this deal if they are trying to screw people over. They have been a successful company for 12yrs making 1M+yr, I doubt they are trying to scam people. With that said they are the most capable of developing an ASIC in a short period of time. Can't compare amateurs to a company who has been in the business for so long.

Hopefully they provide good specs, and deliver on time, everything I've read so far point to very positive info accepting Paypal, Excellent partnership, quick delivery after pre order money is actually taken, but we shall see keeping my fingers crossed.
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