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June 18, 2011, 06:34:38 PM
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I'm aware that this isn't the best board for this topic but its my home for now... so its the board that gets it.

I am looking for an individual or group with experience mining to fund for expansion.  Your miner uptime, miner speed, longevity, and reputation are very important. I'm thinking that I will foot the bill for a few tri-6990 systems and someone else will operate them.  I am willing to take a smaller share as time goes on (after my investment is recouped).   Maybe we start out with a 90/10 split and then move to a 75/25 for a few months and settle in at 60/40.

I'd love some feedback from interested individuals or just community members.
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June 18, 2011, 06:40:27 PM
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I'm aware that this isn't the best board for this topic but its my home for now... so its the board that gets it.

I am looking for an individual or group with experience mining to fund for expansion.  Your miner uptime, miner speed, longevity, and reputation are very important. I'm thinking that I will foot the bill for a few tri-6990 systems and someone else will operate them.  I am willing to take a smaller share as time goes on (after my investment is recouped).   Maybe we start out with a 90/10 split and then move to a 75/25 for a few months and settle in at 60/40.

I'd love some feedback from interested individuals or just community members.

I like the idea but this to me is hard to pull off unless you can find the absolute right people who wont snag your gear and piece them out like a chop shop.  Im actually surprised im the 1st to post on this... 

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June 18, 2011, 07:06:27 PM
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I've actually got an office here in Dallas with Cali Lewis (http://geekbeat.tv/), and we've got at least three BitCoin nerds in the office looking to build some mining rigs. I'd be interested in talking more.

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June 18, 2011, 07:17:46 PM
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I have the space and a dedicated 32a 240v just for the pc's. just well did not want to go balls deep into this myself. read my other posts around the forum that will go into more detail. yes I am new on this site so if you did decide you wanted to do some dealing with me. I would suggest we started out a little smaller that way it limits your risk . But thats up to you as a fully loaded 6990 is damm expensive. Smiley.

anyway send me a pm if are interested. and good luck with your hunt

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and frizzl is 100% right loads of untrustworthy people out there  (lol I love your quote)
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