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November 20, 2013, 01:31:29 PM
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any ETA on the november batch?
or at least status?


I don't want to commit to something and have it held against me, but this time next week is looking rosy.

So I may be right then, saying that a lot of November orders will turn into December orders.
Oh the advertising  Roll Eyes


No, my crystal ball is not as accurate as you'd like it to be so rather than getting people's hopes up, i'd rather take the under promise mantra and let peeps be pleasantly surprised if all goes to plan.

When I placed my November order my delivery projection was 1st week of December, which by the looks of it will not happen for me.
Now I'm worried I won't get them this year  Shocked
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November 20, 2013, 01:33:03 PM
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I trust in knc, Roll Eyes

it is an AB / stock company, when can we first day customers
buy shares.

I think it is time, too talk about this.

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November 20, 2013, 01:39:33 PM
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anyone near Philly gets lucky and still gets their modules tonight

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November 20, 2013, 02:05:22 PM
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That is the $1000000 dollar question now isn't it?  Literally.

no the question is at 1000 btc say when knc decides to price the new miner they just plain price us out of the picture with say a $20k price...(hot market few miner makers of any note..they take cc etc....what the heck let the little guy eat cake)


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November 20, 2013, 02:20:00 PM
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@Bitcoinorama, any idea on when KNC will open up orders again?

They are basically adhering the network protection statement thing they promised not to destroy the hashrate unless any competition get greedy.

With that in mind it is unlikely to be this side of '14.

It makes no sense to harm current customers and those from the Nov batch.

Also they want to keep improving the design, get the pool up and running and give everyone here a chance to breath. This has been quite mentally and physically demanding. Hosting needs to expand etc. there is no shortage of work to do. I have plenty of content I've been working on for the site that needs some backend work before uploading, problem is it's not a current priority, and none of the guys I need to complete this are free to do so. I'd also like to work on my own pool for the guys who aren't in hosting, I have some cool ideas there...

Thanks, that's about what I figured. With most competitors releasing 2TH units in the next few months, should we expect to see KNC outdo those speeds when they do release something?

We have to see competitors meet their 'marketing' claims yet.

So far they've done anything but.

We're engineers, not marketers.

Engineers remain on the conservative side of performance specification, unless anything of any statistical significance suggests we can specify otherwise.


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November 20, 2013, 02:27:24 PM
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We're engineers.

Engineers remain on the conservative side of performance specification, unless anything of any statistical significance suggests we can specify otherwise.



Oh, I know. I'm part engineer. This is why I <3 KNC from day 1, and have not been dissapointed the slightest.

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November 20, 2013, 02:30:34 PM
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@BitcoinOrama:

Is there any (officially) case KnC can not deliver Miners to customers due to Customs issues?

I notice that at least a guy from China and one from Russia can not get their miners due to Customs procedures. In my case, a customer from Vietnam, I am also afraid about Customs issues related. Can KnC offer a hosting service for us now?

I appreciate if you could help me out of this issue.

Thanks!

PS: I'm sorry other users for my English and concerns on this matter.
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November 20, 2013, 02:32:36 PM
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We're engineers.

Engineers remain on the conservative side of performance specification, unless anything of any statistical significance suggests we can specify otherwise.



Oh, I know. I'm part engineer. This is why I <3 KNC from day 1, and have not been dissapointed the slightest.

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November 20, 2013, 02:41:46 PM
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@BitcoinOrama:

Is there any (officially) case KnC can not deliver Miners to customers due to Customs issues?

I notice that at least a guy from China and one from Russia can not get their miners due to Customs procedures. In my case, a customer from Vietnam, I am also afraid about Customs issues related. Can KnC offer a hosting service for us now?

I appreciate if you could help me out of this issue.

Thanks!

PS: I'm sorry other users for my English and concerns on this matter.

It's only been Russia and China and we've created some work abounds since.

Almost all entered Russia, except those that wouldn't except our latter work around, they were refunded. The majority of Chinese customers were fine, some were held. KnCMiner.cn was a re-seller that offered a unique resolution.

Hosting is the obvious option for those guys if they are worried.

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November 20, 2013, 02:43:59 PM
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I trust in knc, Roll Eyes

it is an AB / stock company, when can we first day customers
buy shares.

I think it is time, too talk about this.

Could this be the reward announcement planned for those of us who were with them in preorders before they even had a design?
"Today, KnCMiner announced plans for an ipo with all those who ordered hardware on faith, receiving 1 share per each GigaHash purchased. : Grin"
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November 20, 2013, 03:03:22 PM
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Personally I run all my miners on 240V circuits for efficiency's sake.

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November 20, 2013, 03:03:26 PM
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@BitcoinOrama:

Is there any (officially) case KnC can not deliver Miners to customers due to Customs issues?

I notice that at least a guy from China and one from Russia can not get their miners due to Customs procedures. In my case, a customer from Vietnam, I am also afraid about Customs issues related. Can KnC offer a hosting service for us now?

I appreciate if you could help me out of this issue.

Thanks!

PS: I'm sorry other users for my English and concerns on this matter.

It's only been Russia and China and we've created some work abounds since.

Almost all entered Russia, except those that wouldn't except our latter work around, they were refunded. The majority of Chinese customers were fine, some were held. KnCMiner.cn was a re-seller that offered a unique resolution.

Hosting is the obvious option for those guys if they are worried.

I'll buy & host their cancelled Jupiters when they arrive back at your shop!   Grin
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November 20, 2013, 03:05:23 PM
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The difference between Bar, myself and say Avenger is that we're real customers and we're expecting reasonable outcomes.

In this forum, where every participant is free to express their feelings in accordance with the subject discussed, the only difference between you and Avenger is the username. Do not really matter if he is a real KnCminer customers or not, he is free to express his opinion as much as you are. Put him in an ignore list will not change the facts.

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November 20, 2013, 03:08:43 PM
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It's a skewed perspective. I just measured the distance and there is 17cm between the miners and the wall.

Well, if you think 3/4" is enough....

17cm = 6.7 inches

You are thinking mm

Yes.  My mistake.
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November 20, 2013, 03:15:20 PM
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Guess we shall see Mota...because I'm on an aggressive re-investment strategy....
Can you define "aggressive"?  What are your numbers?
CloudHashing is doing 30%.  Is That TooMuch/TooLittle/JustRight.  Presuming KnC Keeps the price about the same(or a bit lower) but improves HashThroughPut (HTP) with Gen2, 30% may be about right to be able to re-invest in a continuous manner. I haven't actually run numbers though.

I'm thinking that After 0% ROI (Payback) this might work:
10% Tithe
10% Off The Table, To Hard Assets
30% New Hardware Fund.
25% Hold
25% Play/Live?
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November 20, 2013, 03:16:26 PM
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Just wanted to say congrats to Cyper!  He found a block on bitminter with his new boards  Smiley
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November 20, 2013, 03:34:22 PM
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Hmm... 284 GH/s + (new boards) = 550 GH/s

Old: 4 VRM, new: 2 VRM, firmware: 0.99.
Power at the wall: 617 W (230 V)
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November 20, 2013, 03:35:11 PM
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Just wanted to say congrats to Cyper!  He found a block on bitminter with his new boards  Smiley

It's the 2nd one I find for the 21 days I've been mining. 1st one was on 1st day  Grin
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November 20, 2013, 03:53:23 PM
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Hmm... 284 GH/s + (new boards) = 550 GH/s

Old: 4 VRM, new: 2 VRM, firmware: 0.99.
Power at the wall: 617 W (230 V)


Sorry, I don't understand.  Two VRM?  Looking at another poster's setup showing 3 modules in an open case, I assumed he was showing at least one new module as no 3 module machines were sold and all have 4 VRMs.

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November 20, 2013, 03:54:03 PM
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Who let you out of noobie jail? At least you can't delete people's responses now you're in this thread.

I doubt you are going to get much sympathy in here throwing around your vague complaints and posting what is really just slander.

Don't feed the trolls lemonte, and don't quote them Smiley

Umm  libel -- Libel is written;  Slander is spoken..

Too many engineers in this thread who skipped their English classes.

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