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Author Topic: Bitmain looks like they're releasing a 15GH/s DASH miner called the AntMiner D3  (Read 177296 times)
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October 03, 2017, 07:13:05 PM
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If this continues dash should change its mining rewards. ~40 % block rewards go to miners, that's not enough and with a block halving in two years or so I'd hate to think what profits will be then unless dash skyrockets. Dash devs and master nodes get paid too well..

Dash has a 7% block size decrease every January instead of a halving.
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October 03, 2017, 07:22:06 PM
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I've decided to sell my D3, my GF is keeping hers

If anyone's interested

Would prefer to deal with BTCtalk members but it's also on eBay w/ 24 hours as I imagine that is the best market to sell these in currently
http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/112587969996?

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You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.
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October 03, 2017, 07:43:27 PM
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Ouch Voxs, you know the business. I remember you sold you Baikal (right tming). I gone get mine D3 in november, december. Wish you and Tails much lucky luck on mining bro  Grin
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October 03, 2017, 08:27:00 PM
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You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.

After months they can't. I had an asshole trying to return an L3+ 65 days after receiving it. Even though I clearly stated no returns due to the nature of the product. He cannot do anything after 60 days because he can't even leave any feedback after that. It's still a bit scary though if someone tries it after a month.
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October 03, 2017, 08:35:48 PM
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You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.

After months they can't. I had an asshole trying to return an L3+ 65 days after receiving it. Even though I clearly stated no returns due to the nature of the product. He cannot do anything after 60 days because he can't even leave any feedback after that. It's still a bit scary though if someone tries it after a month.

I have had an S9 returned right after the buyer received it.  Bitched that it was too noisy, he returned it, I checked it out (it was all OK) and resold it.  I also make little marks on the hash boards and take pictures of everything in case they try swapping boards.
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October 03, 2017, 08:40:28 PM
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Wow some guys go for every penny.
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October 03, 2017, 08:42:41 PM
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You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.

After months they can't. I had an asshole trying to return an L3+ 65 days after receiving it. Even though I clearly stated no returns due to the nature of the product. He cannot do anything after 60 days because he can't even leave any feedback after that. It's still a bit scary though if someone tries it after a month.

I have had an S9 returned right after the buyer received it.  Bitched that it was too noisy, he returned it, I checked it out (it was all OK) and resold it.  I also make little marks on the hash boards and take pictures of everything in case they try swapping boards.

So if you state "no returns" can eBay still force you to take it back?
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October 03, 2017, 08:43:30 PM
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Madmarky, can you help me out on the avanter pic on bitcointalk, did not get it right so far. What must i fill in and where?
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October 03, 2017, 09:24:50 PM
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Hi everybody,

I have two prepaid BITMAIN D3 orders for shipping 1st half of november - will sell for a very small negotiable premium, I paid 1499 USD a piece plus 210 USD per power supply and 373.92 USD for shipping with UPS (am sure we can change delivery address).

Pls PM me if interested  Smiley
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October 03, 2017, 09:49:13 PM
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(am sure we can change delivery address).

nope, bitmain is not allowing it anymore to avoid scalpers like you.
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October 03, 2017, 09:57:00 PM
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(am sure we can change delivery address).

nope, bitmain is not allowing it anymore to avoid scalpers like you.


I dont know what a scalper is, but i did ask Bitmain also the same question. Not possible. I did know the awnser because they said so when i bought. But i tried.
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October 03, 2017, 10:02:05 PM
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I bought 4 and sold 3 becuase he has cheap juche. Still have to wait on reality. But its my first mining gear and cant wait yes or no roi.

Play game of ROI pretty real online game  Shocked
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October 03, 2017, 10:15:20 PM
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Hi everybody,

I have two prepaid BITMAIN D3 orders for shipping 1st half of november - will sell for a very small negotiable premium, I paid 1499 USD a piece plus 210 USD per power supply and 373.92 USD for shipping with UPS (am sure we can change delivery address).

Pls PM me if interested  Smiley
You paid 210 for a PSU that costs 105 and you paid UPS shipping of 373.92 when it only costs 71.00? Man bud, you got butt slammed.
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October 03, 2017, 10:26:22 PM
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Hello guys, i have november 4 pieces to sell. if you are interested i would gladly put them on ebay or amazon and give you price without any additional costs and sell it for price that i have got them. I just need to get my investment off some pieces that i have ordered. If anyone is interested i am able to show bitmain paid order and my september batch pictures to credible my offer as you don't know me well yet.

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October 03, 2017, 10:36:54 PM
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About Bitmain, they are leade in the crypto market hardware. I can not record they put a non ROI product on the market. There derive statistics are very close to reality. It looks they mis out on x11, but we have not the statics (like algoritme, pretty scarry for me neo  Cool). X11 will make ROI also i think beside the danger of 10nm closing in.
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October 04, 2017, 01:50:10 AM
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I've decided to sell my D3, my GF is keeping hers

If anyone's interested

Would prefer to deal with BTCtalk members but it's also on eBay w/ 24 hours as I imagine that is the best market to sell these in currently
http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/112587969996?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2234463







You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.
It's not the most appealing idea, but I take every precaution I can to not be screwed by buyers. I'll be taking a lot of documentation to ensure I can't be a victim of buyer fraud. Offer is also still up for someone to swoop in and buy it outside of eBay -- I accept crypto ofc Cheesy

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October 04, 2017, 01:52:20 AM
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You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.

After months they can't. I had an asshole trying to return an L3+ 65 days after receiving it. Even though I clearly stated no returns due to the nature of the product. He cannot do anything after 60 days because he can't even leave any feedback after that. It's still a bit scary though if someone tries it after a month.

I have had an S9 returned right after the buyer received it.  Bitched that it was too noisy, he returned it, I checked it out (it was all OK) and resold it.  I also make little marks on the hash boards and take pictures of everything in case they try swapping boards.

So if you state "no returns" can eBay still force you to take it back?

This answer kind of varies, the correct answer is no ..  but some people get scammed (sellers) unfortunately

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October 04, 2017, 02:39:35 AM
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Yea i just got screwed by paypal i sold a baikal giant+ the guy used it for 2+ weeks then on sept 23 ironically when the dash difficulty went up he claimed it was not working he opened a case on ebay and i won because he admitted it was working when he recwived it. Then he opened a case on paypal i sent paypal the screenshots of him admitting it worked when he received it and he told paypal it was not working when he received it he straight up lied! And paypal said that the screenshot of him admitting it worked when he received it is not proof!!! This guy is a lying piece of shit! Im so pissed about it!!

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October 04, 2017, 02:41:56 AM
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You not afraid to sell on eBay? I read stories about people returning miners after mining for a few months.

After months they can't. I had an asshole trying to return an L3+ 65 days after receiving it. Even though I clearly stated no returns due to the nature of the product. He cannot do anything after 60 days because he can't even leave any feedback after that. It's still a bit scary though if someone tries it after a month.

I have had an S9 returned right after the buyer received it.  Bitched that it was too noisy, he returned it, I checked it out (it was all OK) and resold it.  I also make little marks on the hash boards and take pictures of everything in case they try swapping boards.

So if you state "no returns" can eBay still force you to take it back?



This answer kind of varies, the correct answer is no ..  but some people get scammed (sellers) unfortunately



Actually the answer is yes they can force you to take it back as long as the buyer is smart enough to figure out how to be a scumbag

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October 04, 2017, 02:43:59 AM
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Yea i just got screwed by paypal i sold a baikal giant+ the guy used it for 2+ weeks then on sept 23 ironically when the dash difficulty went up he claimed it was not working he opened a case on ebay and i won because he admitted it was working when he recwived it. Then he opened a case on paypal i sent paypal the screenshots of him admitting it worked when he received it and he told paypal it was not working when he received it he straight up lied! And paypal said that the screenshot of him admitting it worked when he received it is not proof!!! This guy is a lying piece of shit! Im so pissed about it!!

Did you ask him why waited 2 weeks + then return?
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