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July 12, 2017, 04:09:28 AM
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Hi! I have heard that people collect investments for developing new chips for 10 or even 7 technical process for sha256 asics, in Google did not find anything about it, can anyone have heard about this? Is it real or just one more fake ICO under the fashion (hyip) craze?
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July 12, 2017, 01:00:52 PM
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Hi! I have heard that people collect investments for developing new chips for 10 or even 7 technical process for sha256 asics, in Google did not find anything about it, can anyone have heard about this? Is it real or just one more fake ICO under the fashion (hyip) craze?

Fake,scam,ripoff,bullshit,whatever you wanna call it  Wink

You WILL hear about it here first,I'm pretty damn sure of that!!!!  Cool

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