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October 03, 2017, 04:51:33 PM
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If you have paid hundreds of dollars extra on a miner so you get it early, now your looking at brown away money... Scam or not that is not ok!
Same for me, but I remember at the time of D3 purchase there was option to buy either October batch for high price (about $3k) or at lowere price from Nov batch.   Unfortunately I decided to buy more expensive batch hoping to earn more money.  This was my fault, but I can't blame GW for this.

Why you think this deal was so great? I don't consider a good deal, a company that sells hardware it cannot host.

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October 03, 2017, 07:27:27 PM
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Their last tweet post was in August.
Since then we only got a delay announcement, with no new deadlines established.
It's already been one month since this announcement and we still got no news, nor our WTT tokens.

The problem here is not even that I am getting scared by a scam exit. It's not the case.
It is just that I think it is disrespectful toward investors that they don't clearly post any kind of update about the delay.
I can't help but ask, WTF is going on?
I have a feeling that they have a big problem and they don't want us to know.

Maybe that's the cause of their problems?
https://blog.bitmain.com/en/gigawatt-infringement-announcement/

Maybe they won't be getting the miners they promised?
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October 03, 2017, 07:51:13 PM
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Their last tweet post was in August.
Since then we only got a delay announcement, with no new deadlines established.
It's already been one month since this announcement and we still got no news, not our WTT tokens.

The problem here is not even getting scared by a scam exit.
It is more like, it is disrespectful toward the investor that they don't post any kind of update.
WTF is going on?
I have a feeling that they have a big problem and they don't want us to know.

Maybe that's the cause of their problems?
https://blog.bitmain.com/en/gigawatt-infringement-announcement/

Maybe they won't be getting the miners they promised?
@gigawatt What are you doing? we are investors. When will we get our tokens?

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October 03, 2017, 09:02:35 PM
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Their last tweet post was in August.
Since then we only got a delay announcement, with no new deadlines established.
It's already been one month since this announcement and we still got no news, not our WTT tokens.

The problem here is not even getting scared by a scam exit.
It is more like, it is disrespectful toward the investor that they don't post any kind of update.
WTF is going on?
I have a feeling that they have a big problem and they don't want us to know.

Maybe that's the cause of their problems?
https://blog.bitmain.com/en/gigawatt-infringement-announcement/

Maybe they won't be getting the miners they promised?
@gigawatt What are you doing? we are investors. When will we get our tokens?


I know the feeling of waiting. Beside that the shared link did me good about Bitmain talking about Gigawatt.
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October 03, 2017, 09:26:48 PM
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Shared link is too old, i think this issue was cleared.

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October 03, 2017, 09:34:17 PM
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Maybe they won't be getting the miners they promised?
My first miners arrived there from Bitmain 2 weeks ago, and can't be placed becaue of the construction delay. So this is not a case.

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October 03, 2017, 09:36:58 PM
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Why you think this deal was so great? I don't consider a good deal, a company that sells hardware it cannot host.
I guess they did not know about future obstacles.  Now they are selling hardware for December deploymet, and they probably are sure that problems will be cleared before then.

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October 03, 2017, 09:39:18 PM
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Their last tweet post was in August.
Since then we only got a delay announcement, with no new deadlines established.
It's already been one month since this announcement and we still got no news, nor our WTT tokens.
Dave Calrson publish news on telegram. Yes, this is not sufficient, and i think they should publish on their website as well, at least once a week or two.

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October 03, 2017, 10:38:33 PM
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More than likely GW is not a blatant scam.
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There is definitely 'something' they are hiding. It does not seem plausible if there excuse is something like this.

"We have been so busy and working around the clock to get the pods up and running that we do not have time to push updates."
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It is not rocket science to push an update and send it out to all the email subscribers. So they are hiding something, they will withhold the truth for their benefit.
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I would not say GW is a blatant scam. Dave Carlson seems like hes an actual BTC advocate and enthusiast. BUT.
There is definitely some manipulation that they are attempting to better the reputation and profitability of GW. I'm pretty sure this is 'normal' operating procedures for large companies. Sadly.
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October 03, 2017, 10:56:58 PM
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Maybe the pods are all alright and they are simply mining with your shit themselves to make a bit more money while they build the next pods?

Or maybe they sold miners that do not exist because they were selling at times Bitmain did not even have Miners online...


So many maybes here  Cheesy

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October 03, 2017, 11:06:57 PM
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I can vouch for legitimacy of GigaWatt and Dave from several other legitimate sources. The most legitimate being the massive shipping company UPS. I personally have been mining with them for over a month now. My opinion is that the local building inspectors may be looking for some extra cash if you know what I mean. Dave Carlson is a straight shooter. Fortunately, I think he knows what happens when you feed a stray dog once.

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October 03, 2017, 11:13:59 PM
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Maybe they won't be getting the miners they promised?
My first miners arrived there from Bitmain 2 weeks ago, and can't be placed becaue of the construction delay. So this is not a case.
I sent a email yesterday to have mine ship somewhere else for the moment until my batch 4 are ready. They sent mine the following day. Look into it.
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October 03, 2017, 11:25:14 PM
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Wow, cool project actually, it looks so promising though and i've seen a lot of similar something like this but still goodluck to your project dev. I hope the electricity bill is somehow worth it.

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October 03, 2017, 11:35:17 PM
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For disclosure - I am a pre-sale token holder. As I said I have been mining with them for over a month now. Plus, I have received non-stop rental income from tokens which I am unable to use right now to pay for mining. I have been watching the token price go from as high as $20 to settle in around $2.50 currently based on swings in sentiment.

For the past month I have used Telegram to chat with other miners. I have been candid there and even pointed out many problems as GigaWatt started operations. I also posted screen shots of my earnings to the group to help satisfy the curiosity of those who have been delayed. I honestly think the token delay is a calculated way to make things fair for everyone due to the inspection approval delays. Yes, I am mining but I believe it is because I got my orders into Bitmain early and prepared GigaWatt for my delivery every step of the way. By mining now, Dave has allowed me to tell others about the opportunity which are ahead. I am one small mining individual so there is no need to be angry and think that everyone is able to mine except you. They did not have enough space to host all of my miners but I am at least mining at 3.3 cents per kWH! Which beats the price of my other hosting company by a large amount. My biggest gripe so far is how cautious Dave is with the hiring - though maybe it is hard to find people (cost-effective) in that particular out-of-the-way business location.

Hosting is not going to get cheaper unless crypto prices begin to dive which does not seem likely with Goldman Sachs talking about entering the market. People are a bit spoiled by the fast ROIs today. There will come a day when a 5-year ROI on crypto equipment is considered a great deal. Relative to future potential, prices are still cheap and the equipment returns are amazing even if it takes 6 months to mine 1 bitcoin.

When Dave is able to get permit approval for all of the GigaWatt pods you are going to see the flood gates open! Not only will demand for miners go up but you will see people pay top dollar for the tokens. Then you have a catalyst for the tokens when they hit the exchanges. There are many good things getting ready to happen at GigaWatt. While the problems perceived by many exist, the tokens will remain an absolute steal. Risk vs reward is much smaller now than it was a month or even a day ago.

Continued success to our Crypto community!

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October 04, 2017, 06:31:59 AM
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Maybe the pods are all alright and they are simply mining with your shit themselves to make a bit more money while they build the next pods?

Or maybe they sold miners that do not exist because they were selling at times Bitmain did not even have Miners online...

They are offering to send miners to those who bought them if they want,  so they are definetely not mining by themselves Smiley

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October 04, 2017, 06:37:59 AM
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For disclosure - I am a pre-sale token holder. As I said I have been mining with them for over a month now. Plus, I have received non-stop rental income from tokens which I am unable to use right now to pay for mining.
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Risk vs reward is much smaller now than it was a month or even a day ago.
Thanks for information from the insider!  This is rather encouraging  Smiley

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October 04, 2017, 06:54:14 AM
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For disclosure - I am a pre-sale token holder. As I said I have been mining with them for over a month now.
Can you explain please why your POD is operating without UL obstacles?  Why did they decide to scrutinise only PODs from 3 and 4 batches?

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October 04, 2017, 08:03:50 AM
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@gigawatt What are you doing? we are investors. When will we get our tokens?

No you aren't.  You're somebody who got duped into giving away your money without getting any enforcible commitment in return.

You will continue to get robbed until you learn this.

Have a nice day!

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October 04, 2017, 08:05:00 AM
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another thing is that high price for earlier batch was caused by Bitmain, not GW.  It was Bitmain who asked very high price for the first batch,significantly.

What?   This is crazy talk.  Bitmain does not sell ICO tokens.

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October 04, 2017, 09:08:59 AM
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another thing is that high price for earlier batch was caused by Bitmain, not GW.  It was Bitmain who asked very high price for the first batch,significantly.

What?  This is crazy talk.  Bitmain does not sell ICO tokens.
I just wanted to say that GW added quite small premium to Bitmain's price - about 10% which can cover shipping from Bitmain to GW, import taxes and deployment costs.

Finally they earm maybe a few %% which is fair enough i think.   They don't sell twice more expensive.

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