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June 19, 2011, 08:59:10 PM
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Ok guys, due to a large demand with so many people PMing me I am slightly raising prices in hopes of thinning out the flock. I believe these new prices are quite fair and leave plenty of room for profit for you guys. Availibility update: 550 mh/s currently taken for 2 weeks, next opportunity for a contract is next Saturday. The price per 2 weeks is $80. 300 mh/s will be online in about a week. The price is $50 per 2 weeks. Post here if you want either of these rigs. First person to post how long he/she wants the rig gets the contract. Each customer may have the rig for a max of 4 weeks if there is a waiting list. Payment should be in PP or Dwolla, although exceptions can be made. Thanks guys!

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June 20, 2011, 07:48:31 PM
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Bumpage... The 300 mh/s should be ready by Thursday or sooner.

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June 21, 2011, 11:04:26 PM
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Bumpage... The 300 mh/s should be ready by Thursday or sooner.

Just sent you a PM to request the 300 mh/s for the first 2 weeks.
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June 21, 2011, 11:32:20 PM
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You got it. The card is supposed to be arrive tomorrow.

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June 24, 2011, 12:29:06 PM
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Update:
I reduced the overclock on the 550, so it's closer to 525 mh/s. Price is now $72 per 2 weeks. Contract is available for claim now, and will start July 3rd.
The 300 mh/s rig is taken, currently waiting on a new cable for it.

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June 24, 2011, 02:30:25 PM
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Update:
I reduced the overclock on the 550, so it's closer to 525 mh/s. Price is now $72 per 2 weeks. Contract is available for claim now, and will start July 3rd.
The 300 mh/s rig is taken, currently waiting on a new cable for it.

first 8 days
1 - 0.32btc per day
2 - 0.32btc*8=2.56 untill next difficulty jump...
3 - 2.56btc*20=51.20USD untill next difficulty jump

second 8 days (keeping on mind next difficulty jump of about 40%)
1 - 0.19btc per day
2 - 0.19btc*8=1.54btc untill next difficulty jump
3 - 1.54btc*20=30.72USD untill next difficulty jump

what we have - 51.20+30.72=81.92USD for a 16 days
it`s interesting if 1btc costs 20USD... Roll Eyes
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June 24, 2011, 04:45:00 PM
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Update:
I reduced the overclock on the 550, so it's closer to 525 mh/s. Price is now $72 per 2 weeks. Contract is available for claim now, and will start July 3rd.
The 300 mh/s rig is taken, currently waiting on a new cable for it.

first 8 days
1 - 0.32btc per day
2 - 0.32btc*8=2.56 untill next difficulty jump...
3 - 2.56btc*20=51.20USD untill next difficulty jump

second 8 days (keeping on mind next difficulty jump of about 40%)
1 - 0.19btc per day
2 - 0.19btc*8=1.54btc untill next difficulty jump
3 - 1.54btc*20=30.72USD untill next difficulty jump

what we have - 51.20+30.72=81.92USD for a 16 days
it`s interesting if 1btc costs 20USD... Roll Eyes
If you're not interested in buying GTFO of my thread. My prices are competitive and final.

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June 24, 2011, 07:57:22 PM
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If you're not interested in buying GTFO of my thread. My prices are competitive and final.
...and only useful vs. buying BTC directly, if BTC would be above 20 USD - as he calculated. Roll Eyes

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June 24, 2011, 09:20:45 PM
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If you're not interested in buying GTFO of my thread. My prices are competitive and final.
...and only useful vs. buying BTC directly, if BTC would be above 20 USD - as he calculated. Roll Eyes
I have had over 10 people interested in buying my services, and the only reason I haven't sold to all of them is because I can't keep up with demand. If my prices are "so bad," why wouldthis be generating that kind of interest? Trololololololol.

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June 25, 2011, 01:11:10 AM
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If you're not interested in buying GTFO of my thread. My prices are competitive and final.
...and only useful vs. buying BTC directly, if BTC would be above 20 USD - as he calculated. Roll Eyes
I have had over 10 people interested in buying my services, and the only reason I haven't sold to all of them is because I can't keep up with demand. If my prices are "so bad," why wouldthis be generating that kind of interest? Trololololololol.
Because there are a lot of people with bad math skills out there obviously.

Also it's like buying something that's worth 200 USD for 250 USD and thinking you got a bargain, because others are charging 300 USD.

Anyways, after seeing your posts and nonconstructive/mildly aggressive behaviour I'm happy I didn't contact you with a sale offer in the first place. Have fun trolololololing. Roll Eyes

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June 25, 2011, 01:30:06 AM
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If you're not interested in buying GTFO of my thread. My prices are competitive and final.
...and only useful vs. buying BTC directly, if BTC would be above 20 USD - as he calculated. Roll Eyes
I have had over 10 people interested in buying my services, and the only reason I haven't sold to all of them is because I can't keep up with demand. If my prices are "so bad," why wouldthis be generating that kind of interest? Trololololololol.
Because there are a lot of people with bad math skills out there obviously.

Also it's like buying something that's worth 200 USD for 250 USD and thinking you got a bargain, because others are charging 300 USD.

Anyways, after seeing your posts and nonconstructive/mildly aggressive behaviour I'm happy I didn't contact you with a sale offer in the first place. Have fun trolololololing. Roll Eyes
Why don't you tale a look at other rentals, like Vladimirs?

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June 25, 2011, 02:01:29 AM
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Because there are a lot of people with bad math skills out there obviously.


I don't know if the O.P.'s offer qualifies, but do deals like this produce bitcoins with no permanent record of who they were paid out to?  I personally would find value in paying a service to generate bitcoins on my behalf as long as they could not know what address the bitcoins were paid to.  In this way I could get bitcoins that could not be traced to me.

As it stands I have bought a few bitcoins on eBay, and I didn't get good rates on them but I don't really care, it wasn't an investment it was just for 'fun', but the thing is, since I had to pay via paypal and had to tell the seller the address to send the coins to, those coins can be traced back to me through the seller.

But if I could pay a service to generate coins without them having any idea who the coins pay out to (this would require that they not know the bitcoin address that the miner software will register coins to be paid to), well that would be a worthwhile service for me and one that I would pay more for.

The O.P. may be interested in considering this angle; set things up so that buyers can feel confident that the bitcoins can't be tracked back through you to them, and then add as a feature the fact that you're selling 'untraceable bitcoin generation services'.  Maybe you'll get more bites.

Or maybe not, who knows ...
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June 25, 2011, 11:36:45 AM
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Because there are a lot of people with bad math skills out there obviously.


I don't know if the O.P.'s offer qualifies, but do deals like this produce bitcoins with no permanent record of who they were paid out to?  I personally would find value in paying a service to generate bitcoins on my behalf as long as they could not know what address the bitcoins were paid to.  In this way I could get bitcoins that could not be traced to me.

Th OP would have gotten money (USD) from you, so depending on your way of payment you are traceable by the OP, no matter if these are pool payouts, generated transactions or just from the OPs private wallet (as it would be currently far cheaper to just use the money to buy some BTC and send these to you over time than to actually mine!).

Also the OP will need a BTC adress from you to send the payments.

Why don't you tale a look at other rentals, like Vladimirs?
I already did - and he is also currently better off buying BTC and sending them in small amounts to his customers than to actually mine. Like nearly any currently offered mining contract out there!

If demand is really so high, I should start offering something like this myself! Shocked

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June 26, 2011, 12:11:48 AM
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Because there are a lot of people with bad math skills out there obviously.


I don't know if the O.P.'s offer qualifies, but do deals like this produce bitcoins with no permanent record of who they were paid out to?  I personally would find value in paying a service to generate bitcoins on my behalf as long as they could not know what address the bitcoins were paid to.  In this way I could get bitcoins that could not be traced to me.

As it stands I have bought a few bitcoins on eBay, and I didn't get good rates on them but I don't really care, it wasn't an investment it was just for 'fun', but the thing is, since I had to pay via paypal and had to tell the seller the address to send the coins to, those coins can be traced back to me through the seller.

But if I could pay a service to generate coins without them having any idea who the coins pay out to (this would require that they not know the bitcoin address that the miner software will register coins to be paid to), well that would be a worthwhile service for me and one that I would pay more for.

The O.P. may be interested in considering this angle; set things up so that buyers can feel confident that the bitcoins can't be tracked back through you to them, and then add as a feature the fact that you're selling 'untraceable bitcoin generation services'.  Maybe you'll get more bites.

Or maybe not, who knows ...

I can certainly do this. The bitcoins would be untraceable, and you could always bounce the Paypal payment off a thrid party and then use one the free untraceable email services for miner details.

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June 29, 2011, 04:24:39 AM
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Did OP removed the price?

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June 29, 2011, 12:58:02 PM
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Did OP removed the price?
No, read through this page.

UPDATE: 525 will be available on Sunday morning. 300 is waiting on a new part, 1 person in line.

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July 01, 2011, 02:30:42 PM
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Both rigs available! 300mh/s and 525 mh/s are ready for customers!

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July 02, 2011, 05:47:06 PM
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Both are taken for 2 weeks!

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