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April 24, 2014, 12:27:06 PM
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10 mining boards and 2 control boards = 12+ btc inc VAT + delivery

I am trying to sell 3 cntrl boards and 11 mining boards overclocked to 2.05THPS and won't get anywhere near 10btc
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April 24, 2014, 12:32:00 PM
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10 mining boards and 2 control boards = 12+ btc inc VAT + delivery

I am trying to sell 3 cntrl boards and 11 mining boards overclocked to 2.05THPS and won't get anywhere near 10btc

Because it not worth more.....  Wink

I won't buy from Knc too for these prices.... (If btc would be 1000.....)

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April 24, 2014, 12:35:41 PM
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Hey dude, yeah don't worry i know that and i don't expect you to pay anywhere near 10btc.

Sorry i never got back to you, a friend locally said he would come and take them away on Monday for 8btc, so the local pickup made it easier.

sorry dude!
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April 24, 2014, 12:41:30 PM
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Hey dude, yeah don't worry i know that and i don't expect you to pay anywhere near 10btc.

Sorry i never got back to you, a friend locally said he would come and take them away on Monday for 8btc, so the local pickup made it easier.

sorry dude!

No problem!

It was not aimed to you....

It's for the overall asic business these days.

Not worth to buy machines priced in fiat.

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April 24, 2014, 12:47:53 PM
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indeed. I am selling my miners, summer is coming i can't be bothered with the heat again.

My meter only allows 5kw and scaling up it just not possible, even with the future generation machines coming the power/hashrate specs have not been as nice as i would have liked.

If i sold the 2thps of knc HW (2.6kw) i have left at home and waited to buy lets say Asicminer gen3 it looks like i would only get 2.5- 2.7thps for 2.6kw.


mining sucks now unless you can scale up big style. soon will be only a few pools and several large companies.
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April 24, 2014, 01:41:32 PM
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Due to some unforeseen reasons, we now can provide you pre-mined, naked Jupiters 1140 GHs at ~ 2.6 USD/GHs  Grin Grin Grin
Why don't they off-load these stuffs to byteminr.com?
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April 24, 2014, 01:47:19 PM
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because Byteminr allready has the Neptunes.
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because Byteminr allready has the Neptunes.
Byteminr is probably being dissolved to make way for KNC Cloud Hashing and these controllers are probably their old controller boards.

Or they are the original "not more than 5%" controller boards from knc's old data centre.

Or people who's 6 months hosting has come to an end can't be bothered to pay to have their rigs shipped back to them, so KNC are selling their parts  Tongue Grin

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April 24, 2014, 02:45:58 PM
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And the Bitfury chip was supposed to be 5Gh.... it's no more of a win than anyone elses has been.
Bitfury was a single-man operation working out of a garage somewhere in Ukraine doing his first silicon. It was already full-custom while the competitor all-star-teams did standard-cell. Maybe it doesn't rate as a big win but could rate as a lowest loss. Certainly the guy gets a medal for testicular fortitude.

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April 24, 2014, 03:33:17 PM
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I always get nice answers after maximum 1 or 2 days:
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Please accept our apologies for the delay. We aim to answer all emails within 24 hours, but with the 4 day weekend, there has been quite a backlog.
We will have some more news regarding the Neptune coming shortly.
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April 24, 2014, 04:52:18 PM
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We applied for our Neptune refunds on April the 9th IIRC and received it earlier today.
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April 24, 2014, 05:11:26 PM
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And one more...

Requested a refund of my Neptune order yesterday and got a reply today saying it will be processed within 10-15 working days.
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April 24, 2014, 05:19:37 PM
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Why are all you guys refunding?

Which company is trust able and can deliver asic SCRYPT miners this summer other than knc I dont want to risk with knc as they sound shady as hell. Please suggest minimum 150mhs.
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April 24, 2014, 05:22:27 PM
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Why are all you guys refunding?

Which company is trust able and can deliver asic SCRYPT miners this summer other than knc I dont want to risk with knc as they sound shady as hell. Please suggest minimum 150mhs.

I don't think it has anything to do with the ability to produce a product, if you read the thread, you may find it has everything to do with how KnC decided to go off on a jolly and produce a dat0rhall to compete directly with their customers. Which, incidentally, they will do exactly the same with SCRYPT. A leopard does not change it's spots.

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April 24, 2014, 05:56:41 PM
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Finally received my refund in BTC for 2 Neptunes.  Good riddance to these epic tossbags.
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April 24, 2014, 06:02:23 PM
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And the Bitfury chip was supposed to be 5Gh.... it's no more of a win than anyone elses has been.
Bitfury was a single-man operation working out of a garage somewhere in Ukraine doing his first silicon. It was already full-custom while the competitor all-star-teams did standard-cell. Maybe it doesn't rate as a big win but could rate as a lowest loss. Certainly the guy gets a medal for testicular fortitude.


For me he deserves a medal too and all the respect for the big balls.

Why are all you guys refunding?

Which company is trust able and can deliver asic SCRYPT miners this summer other than knc I dont want to risk with knc as they sound shady as hell. Please suggest minimum 150mhs.

People are refunding Neptunes, not Titans. You can't refund Titans.

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April 24, 2014, 06:05:19 PM
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April 24, 2014, 06:22:42 PM
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And the Bitfury chip was supposed to be 5Gh.... it's no more of a win than anyone elses has been.
Bitfury was a single-man operation working out of a garage somewhere in Ukraine doing his first silicon. It was already full-custom while the competitor all-star-teams did standard-cell. Maybe it doesn't rate as a big win but could rate as a lowest loss. Certainly the guy gets a medal for testicular fortitude.


For me he deserves a medal too and all the respect for the big balls.

Why are all you guys refunding?

Which company is trust able and can deliver asic SCRYPT miners this summer other than knc I dont want to risk with knc as they sound shady as hell. Please suggest minimum 150mhs.

People are refunding Neptunes, not Titans. You can't refund Titans.

One reason people are getting refunds on their Neptune orders is because of the actions of those at KnC (datorhal, goading people into not buying from competitors (we'll be selling upgrade boards, so keep your btc handy... then not selling those boards until a week or so ago, which is months later) no update on Neptune whatsoever then an announcement of Titan followed by an update about Titan with still zero news on Neptune... the list can go on and on) people do not trust them any longer.

Another reason for people getting Neptune refunds: the difficulty will be so high by the time if/when/if ever Neptunes are delivered, they simply won't be worth the money paid for them and will never 1) earn a decent return on investment and 2) not even pay for themselves.

So for many it's now MWA (Mining With Ants) as 1) they're selling actual, proven, physically deliverable product (not promises); 2) they actually deliver in a few days and 3) you can hash NOW, vs the unanswerable question: "will I ever get my/our Neptune?"

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April 24, 2014, 06:23:07 PM
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And after that? I see that there isn't a big grey spike like the last 2 difficulty jumps. I think we are having a temporary cap at 60000 TH/s.

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April 24, 2014, 06:31:13 PM
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And after that? I see that there isn't a big grey spike like the last 2 difficulty jumps. I think we are having a temporary cap at 60000 TH/s.

you think,  cap at 1000000 Th/s or  1000 Ph/s   Wink

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