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October 09, 2013, 12:57:00 PM
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Elasticband is selling cheaper than yxt Wink

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October 09, 2013, 01:46:53 PM
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The Oct. price is 0.13 each at btcguild.com - just FYI. I expect it to be under 0.10 by the end of the year, but by then the difficulty will be so high, you'd need 10 of these to pull in 0.05 BTC a day.

Um, your estimate is a little off.  I've got 34 right now and I'm barely getting 0.02 BTC a day.

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Your estimate is a bit off. I have 9 of them and I am getting almost exactly 0.01 BTC per day. You are doing something very wrong with 34 of them.  11Gh/s should be doing far more than 0.02 BTC per day.
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October 09, 2013, 03:14:50 PM
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The Oct. price is 0.13 each at btcguild.com - just FYI. I expect it to be under 0.10 by the end of the year, but by then the difficulty will be so high, you'd need 10 of these to pull in 0.05 BTC a day.

Um, your estimate is a little off.  I've got 34 right now and I'm barely getting 0.02 BTC a day.

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Your estimate is a bit off. I have 9 of them and I am getting almost exactly 0.01 BTC per day. You are doing something very wrong with 34 of them.  11Gh/s should be doing far more than 0.02 BTC per day.

PPLNS @ BTCGuild is giving around .019/day return for 7.6GH, which I think is like 21/22 of them.  I don't physically have the hardware but I can come back and edit later when I find out how many our account is still running.  But still, do the math, they aren't worth it at the current price except as cool novelties. Sad 
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October 10, 2013, 12:40:42 AM
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The Oct. price is 0.13 each at btcguild.com - just FYI. I expect it to be under 0.10 by the end of the year, but by then the difficulty will be so high, you'd need 10 of these to pull in 0.05 BTC a day.

Um, your estimate is a little off.  I've got 34 right now and I'm barely getting 0.02 BTC a day.

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Your estimate is a bit off. I have 9 of them and I am getting almost exactly 0.01 BTC per day. You are doing something very wrong with 34 of them.  11Gh/s should be doing far more than 0.02 BTC per day.

It actually wasn't an estimate.  It's what the pool was reporting at the time.  It's up to almost .03 at the time, must have been bad luck.  With difficulty just changing, I didn't have a way to gauge off the top of my head what my average was.

According to http://www.bitcoinx.com/profit/, I should get about .0319 per 24hr with 12gh/s.  Regardless, it's no where close to 10 for 0.05 BTC as originally estimated.

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October 10, 2013, 01:04:46 AM
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by them from me for 0.095 - 0.09BTC, shipping out of NL
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October 10, 2013, 04:39:26 AM
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But still, do the math, they aren't worth it at the current price except as cool novelties. Sad  

Hang on, I've been using 0.07BTC per Eruptor and 330 MH/s as a base for estimating the cost efficiency of most everything else, and so far have only found one unit that's truly for sale that actually beats it.

For example, at the moment Canary also sells blades for 2.75BTC.  Those run at about 10.7 GH/s.  So we take 10700 and divide by 330, and get ~32.4.  So it takes that many eruptors to equal the hashing speed of one blade.  Let's round up to 33 units, and multiply 33 by 0.07.  That gives us a cost of 2.31BTC worth of eruptors to equal the hashing speed of a 2.75BTC blade.  Same speed, for 0.44BTC less.

The eruptors win!  Or is my math completely off?
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October 10, 2013, 04:58:42 AM
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But still, do the math, they aren't worth it at the current price except as cool novelties. Sad  

Hang on, I've been using 0.07BTC per Eruptor and 330 MH/s as a base for estimating the cost efficiency of most everything else, and so far have only found one unit that's truly for sale that actually beats it.

For example, at the moment Canary also sells blades for 2.75BTC.  Those run at about 10.7 GH/s.  So we take 10700 and divide by 330, and get ~32.4.  So it takes that many eruptors to equal the hashing speed of one blade.  Let's round up to 33 units, and multiply 33 by 0.07.  That gives us a cost of 2.31BTC worth of eruptors to equal the hashing speed of a 2.75BTC blade.  Same speed, for 0.44BTC less.

The eruptors win!  Or is my math completely off?

I think your math is right. You would have to factor in the hubs though for all 33 units though to get a better idea/estimate.

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October 10, 2013, 07:06:45 AM
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Nice to see some competition  Smiley Monopoly is baaad!
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October 10, 2013, 07:54:56 AM
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the monopoly on eu prices has been shocking, the profits earned are massive and not fair on end user, the small miner!!! this is why I invested in becoming a seller Smiley 
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October 10, 2013, 07:56:28 AM
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Yeah in Canada too there is a monopoly going on so high prices here also.

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October 10, 2013, 08:03:23 AM
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Yeah in Canada too there is a monopoly going on so high prices here also.

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right now single units from Germany have a over 100% mark up in price..... crazy!!! i get that sending single units can be a pain but not so much every single orser needs over 100% profit.
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October 10, 2013, 02:54:20 PM
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I was going to buy 10 here in canada but at the price i will wait someone from usa or europe that is open to send in canada.

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October 10, 2013, 02:58:42 PM
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+1

Yeah in Canada too there is a monopoly going on so high prices here also.

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October 11, 2013, 03:48:32 AM
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Hang on, I've been using 0.07BTC per Eruptor and 330 MH/s as a base for estimating the cost efficiency of most everything else, and so far have only found one unit that's truly for sale that actually beats it.


I see the same way as you, but I'm curious to know what you found that has a better BTC/hash rate (well, this week Smiley
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October 11, 2013, 08:02:12 AM
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KnC0,061
BFSB0,141
BEUSB0,217
BFL0,355

If you buy any of these with fiat you will probably get your money back if BTC price increases.

BTC is not chasing hardware any longer though.

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October 11, 2013, 11:53:39 AM
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BrandBTC/GHW/GH
KnC0,061.5
BFSB0,140.8
BEUSB0,217
BFL0,355

If you buy any of these with fiat you will probably get your money back if BTC price increases.

BTC is not chasing hardware any longer though.

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October 11, 2013, 02:12:58 PM
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BrandBTC/GHW/GH
KnC0,061
BFSB0,141
BEUSB0,217
BFL0,355

If you buy any of these with fiat you will probably get your money back if BTC price increases.

BTC is not chasing hardware any longer though.

How many times must it be explained that fiat appreciation is irrelevant with regards to ROI...

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October 11, 2013, 02:17:44 PM
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BrandBTC/GHW/GH
KnC0,061
BFSB0,141
BEUSB0,217
BFL0,355

If you buy any of these with fiat you will probably get your money back if BTC price increases.

BTC is not chasing hardware any longer though.

How many times must it be explained that fiat appreciation is irrelevant with regards to ROI...

Depends on how you look at things.  May be irrelevant to you, but not to others.

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October 11, 2013, 02:47:40 PM
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BrandBTC/GHW/GH
KnC0,061
BFSB0,141
BEUSB0,217
BFL0,355

If you buy any of these with fiat you will probably get your money back if BTC price increases.

BTC is not chasing hardware any longer though.

How many times must it be explained that fiat appreciation is irrelevant with regards to ROI...

Depends on how you look at things.  May be irrelevant to you, but not to others.

M

how many times people have to counter with 'how many bitcoins can you buy on a credit card??'

well if you can buy miners on credits cards (0% intro rate of course) but not bitcoins how can one say 'you should of just bought bitcoins with your money instead of miners' Huh

understand now why people still rate increase of BTC as part of their ROI?


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October 15, 2013, 11:55:17 AM
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Yes, that whole concept of not reaching ROI because just holding coins would have offered better returns really does not preclude people from attaining a profit in pure dollar terms.

There is always something that could have gotten you better returns. The only question to be answered is whether you personally end up with more of anything than what you started with. If yes, then you win.
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