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July 25, 2013, 05:11:46 AM
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Are there any requirements on the version of the usb ports? Can I plug my Bitburner to an old laptop with USBv1?
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July 25, 2013, 05:38:03 AM
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For bank wire, I'm being asked for Burnin's address and province. Does anyone have this handy?

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July 25, 2013, 06:02:45 AM
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Burnin, can we order and pay for a rig now and change the shipping address later?
I'd like to set the shipping method to "Local Pickup" for the time being but
would I be able to change it later to a physical address and then pay for the shipping
at that time?   When Zefir gets my chips (batch 2) I'll set the shipping address.
The chips are already locked in to ship to you from Zefir.  Smiley

I've just placed an order and it went smoothly.
In answer to my own question above: Yes, you can change the
ship-to address after ordering.  I've tried it and it works.
I've noticed that the originally entered ship-to address still
appears on the invoice though.   As long as the shipping label
printer gets the address from the order (not from the invoice)
then all should be well.

Thanks Burnin for your excellent work!

[edit] I used Bitpay and it worked seamlessly.
Order was marked "Paid in Full" as soon as
payment hit the blockchain (0 confirmations)
Exchange rate was comparable to Bitstamp rate.
I did not change the country or shipping method
so there was no effect on the euro amount.
of the order.   There is no provision to change the
shipping method. [/edit]


Where? I don't see it. On the order page there is no change of shipping address possible.

And the address on "My Account" page, which you can edit, it is just for future orders, since it says "The following addresses will be used on the checkout page by default."

Thanks for pointing that out.   In my happy 'aha' moment I entirely missed that.
I will have to PM Burniin on how to get the ship-to address changed on my order.

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July 25, 2013, 08:15:02 AM
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Just to confirm Burnin answered my contact form, it was helpful and in detail. Thank you Burnin for a great service.
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July 25, 2013, 08:59:42 AM
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I can imagine how busy he is at the moment.

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July 25, 2013, 09:06:48 AM
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Burnin wrote me that he was working 14 hours a day for the last months.

Unbelievable, that one guy did this great project on his own.
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July 25, 2013, 09:22:07 AM
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Since Burnin is not selling the boards on ebay, i don't know, if this will affect him, but i definitely don't hope so.
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1iyzkg/if_you_get_caught_selling_bitcoin_hardware_on/

TerraHash (another DIY project) had real problems with PayPal, so I would avoid it even it is most convenient for me to use it.
Either way being seller or buyer I would avoid it or this might happen.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238148.0

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June 19th - TerraHash's PayPal account is on hold due to large influx of funds yesterday.

Now when they investigate it will be bye bye PayPal.

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July 25, 2013, 09:36:22 AM
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So ... burnin ... you gonna contact myself and ckolivas at some time to send us one each? Smiley
We support the hardware coz we have the hardware ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.msg2689800#msg2689800

Edit: oh and in case anyone was thinking of using an RPi (like I have and do use) make sure you use Arch not Raspbian
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July 25, 2013, 09:38:02 AM
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I find it funny how people are using Paypal to pay for mining equipment when the high taxes of Paypal and similar services are one of the reasons for the creation of the crypto currencies in the first place Cheesy
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July 25, 2013, 09:40:46 AM
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Just curious for those who have a pending direct bank transfer for their orders, what does your order status say?

Mine says "Order status: on-hold.", but I’m not sure if that just means that it is pending payment or if there’s something else amiss.
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July 25, 2013, 09:42:56 AM
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Just curious for those who have a pending direct bank transfer for their orders, what does your order status say?

Mine says "Order status: on-hold.", but I’m not sure if that just means that it is pending payment or if there’s something else amiss.

Yes, that's what it means Smiley

I had the same question in an email and this is burnin's answer:
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Once the payment is in my account i update the order status to processing.
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July 25, 2013, 09:44:09 AM
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Just curious for those who have a pending direct bank transfer for their orders, what does your order status say?

Mine says "Order status: on-hold.", but I’m not sure if that just means that it is pending payment or if there’s something else amiss.

Explanation of order statuses:
Pending – Order received
On-Hold – Awaiting payment
Processing – Payment received
Completed – Order fulfilled and complete
Failed – Payment failed or was declined (unpaid)

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July 25, 2013, 10:03:26 AM
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just to make sure. the price on that site http://www.burninmining.com/product/complete-module/, is judt for the board?? i need to get the chips from otherplace?
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July 25, 2013, 10:06:25 AM
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just to make sure. the price on that site http://www.burninmining.com/product/complete-module/, is judt for the board?? i need to get the chips from otherplace?
Right. You need to provide the chips to burnin.
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July 25, 2013, 10:11:27 AM
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Does anyone have an order lower than #300 btw?
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July 25, 2013, 11:45:16 AM
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Does anyone have an order lower than #300 btw?


This is the lowest I know (mine is a just a little bit higher):

Quote from: pro-bitcoin on July 22, 2013, 10:09:25 PM
Someone could share his order number? Mine is in the lower #3xx
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Order #326 20:05 UTC

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July 25, 2013, 11:47:50 AM
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Burnin wrote me that he was working 14 hours a day for the last months.

Unbelievable, that one guy did this great project on his own.

You see it is like this.

Someone's gotta do it. And there is gonna be people who just go and do it. But there will be one or two guys, that just do it a bit more. Think about it. I heard Burnin just graduated from University some time ago. With this project, with this success, he can basically fund whatever company he wants, make very good money, maybe even buy a house. This is the one project that we all dream of. The project where you sit down, kill yourself after uni, ignore social life, ignore everything else, create this hyperfocus on something and just do it.

And then, then you get it done and it works. And you have done it, you have done it more than anyone else around you and you have not been arrogant about it, not talked about it a lot but instead, you have just done it. And it pays off.

And it seems Burnin did it. He just did, and did it, and did it.

(Credits go to Art Williams for this one Wink )
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July 25, 2013, 11:56:58 AM
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Burnin wrote me that he was working 14 hours a day for the last months.

Unbelievable, that one guy did this great project on his own.

You see it is like this.

Someone's gotta do it. And there is gonna be people who just go and do it. But there will be one or two guys, that just do it a bit more. Think about it. I heard Burnin just graduated from University some time ago. With this project, with this success, he can basically fund whatever company he wants, make very good money, maybe even buy a house. This is the one project that we all dream of. The project where you sit down, kill yourself after uni, ignore social life, ignore everything else, create this hyperfocus on something and just do it.

And then, then you get it done and it works. And you have done it, you have done it more than anyone else around you and you have not been arrogant about it, not talked about it a lot but instead, you have just done it. And it pays off.

And it seems Burnin did it. He just did, and did it, and did it.

(Credits go to Art Williams for this one Wink )

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July 25, 2013, 12:06:34 PM
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Burnin wrote me that he was working 14 hours a day for the last months.

Unbelievable, that one guy did this great project on his own.

You see it is like this.

Someone's gotta do it. And there is gonna be people who just go and do it. But there will be one or two guys, that just do it a bit more. Think about it. I heard Burnin just graduated from University some time ago. With this project, with this success, he can basically fund whatever company he wants, make very good money, maybe even buy a house. This is the one project that we all dream of. The project where you sit down, kill yourself after uni, ignore social life, ignore everything else, create this hyperfocus on something and just do it.

And then, then you get it done and it works. And you have done it, you have done it more than anyone else around you and you have not been arrogant about it, not talked about it a lot but instead, you have just done it. And it pays off.

And it seems Burnin did it. He just did, and did it, and did it.

(Credits go to Art Williams for this one Wink )

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July 25, 2013, 12:08:48 PM
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So ... burnin ... you gonna contact myself and ckolivas at some time to send us one each? Smiley
We support the hardware coz we have the hardware ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.msg2689800#msg2689800

Edit: oh and in case anyone was thinking of using an RPi (like I have and do use) make sure you use Arch not Raspbian
http://www.kano-kun.net/?p=87
Raspbian fails badly with USB1.1 devices.
Thanks for the clear tutorial for RPi - would have saved me a lot of time if I knew about it before!  I will check out Arch but I've actually been using stock Raspian with my CM1s and have no problems at all.

Unfortunately though due to this "unless you give us free hardware" policy I can no longer use cgminer with my CM1s so have had to switch camps to the BFGminer which remains open and cooperative with any hardware manufacturer.  I understand that you want to test hardware directly but many people have offered to debug, provide you whatever info you need, and even provide remote access to systems with miners - yet it seems you actually just want free hardware Sad  If that's your commercial model, then I get it - just wish I knew upfront before buying into cgminer.

CGMiner used to work like a dream, then they rewrote the USB stack and broke it (but is much more efficient for those it works for) - and now won't fix it because nobody gave kano a free CM1.  Cautionary tale  - other miners are available  ;-)




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