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June 25, 2013, 08:58:56 PM
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So you're trying to dump your blades on some unsuspecting suckers right before ASICMiner cuts the price in half.
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June 25, 2013, 09:16:41 PM
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Where are people getting this strange idea that he's planning to cut the price of blades?

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June 25, 2013, 09:18:28 PM
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Where are people getting this strange idea that he's cutting the price of blades?

Maybe everyone is (understandably) just assuming this?

I have a little insider info I will share though:

Friedcat confirmed with me VIA PM that blades will receive a similar price cut to that of the USBs.

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June 25, 2013, 09:20:56 PM
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Where are people getting this strange idea that he's cutting the price of blades?

Maybe everyone is (understandably) just assuming this?

I have a little insider info I will share though:

Friedcat confirmed with me VIA PM that blades will receive a similar price cut to that of the USBs.

F**k me, don't either of you read a couple of posts ahead of typing your own and posting?!

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June 25, 2013, 09:23:46 PM
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Where are people getting this strange idea that he's cutting the price of blades?

Maybe everyone is (understandably) just assuming this?

I have a little insider info I will share though:

Friedcat confirmed with me VIA PM that blades will receive a similar price cut to that of the USBs.

F**k me, don't either of you read a couple of posts ahead of typing your own and posting?!

No... any other stupid questions?  Tongue

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June 25, 2013, 09:53:57 PM
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So you're trying to dump your blades on some unsuspecting suckers right before ASICMiner cuts the price in half.

I need capital to continue investing in newer blades. I bought an Avalon and ordered a Jupiter. There is no point keeping the blades. Someone may still get some good use out of them. People who are still mining with FPGAs for example may want to get into ASICS.

Blades are still way better than usb asicminers.

I just lowered the starting and buy it now prices.

Free delivery anywhere in US plus I am throwing in 2 powerful & long lasting fans. Blades never more than warm to the touch. Currently making 0.10 btc every 4 hours on 50btc.com pool (1 worker for both blades at difficulty 16 via python proxy).

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June 25, 2013, 09:58:16 PM
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So you're trying to dump your blades on some unsuspecting suckers right before ASICMiner cuts the price in half.

I need capital to continue investing in newer blades. I bought an Avalon and ordered a Jupiter. There is no point keeping the blades. Someone may still get some good use out of them. People who are still mining with FPGAs for example may want to get into ASICS.

Blades are still way better than usb asicminers.

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How? The price has dropped for the USB crap, they are now $333 a gh/s, where as blades were $500 per gh/s at the very minimum.

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June 25, 2013, 10:24:38 PM
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So you're trying to dump your blades on some unsuspecting suckers right before ASICMiner cuts the price in half.

I need capital to continue investing in newer blades. I bought an Avalon and ordered a Jupiter. There is no point keeping the blades. Someone may still get some good use out of them. People who are still mining with FPGAs for example may want to get into ASICS.

Blades are still way better than usb asicminers.

J/

How? The price has dropped for the USB crap, they are now $333 a gh/s, where as blades were $500 per gh/s at the very minimum.

Perhaps I should shave off some 35%. I am going to wait a couple of days. I was only looking at current eBay asking prices for other blades and didn't take into account the current $/GHash.

Thanks for the info.

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June 25, 2013, 10:38:57 PM
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Friedcat is doing exactly what it should, retiring blades temporarily before a revision in HW and price, not to screw too much the latest people to buy before the update.

But you guys can rest assured there's demand, as there have been people selling their blades 2nd hand in the meantime, despite the announcement, with minimum price reductions (and in some cases even at a profit).

So yeah, just wait and see.

Sorry if you're too poor to buy.

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June 25, 2013, 11:06:28 PM
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Friedcat is doing exactly what it should, retiring blades temporarily before a revision in HW and price, not to screw too much the latest people to buy before the update.

But you guys can rest assured there's demand, as there have been people selling their blades 2nd hand in the meantime, despite the announcement, with minimum price reductions (and in some cases even at a profit).

So yeah, just wait and see.

Sorry if you're too poor to buy.

I got in too late for the "big bucks". I have a plan which I hope will work in the long run but right now, yes, I need $$$ to continue investing in mining gear or I just won't make it. Not sure small miners will ever make it in expensive countries... do your math.
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June 25, 2013, 11:13:12 PM
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There are 9 AM Blades available on BitMit for BTC38.99 each:

https://www.bitmit.net/en/item/35917-asicminer-13-gh-s-block-erupter-blade-in-stock-at-wtcr-ca/?ref=2987

The seller has good feedback (from the 9 Blades he's already sold) and is using escrow.  Seems legit!   Cool

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June 25, 2013, 11:17:55 PM
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What do you expect the new price
On blades will be ? 25-30 btc ?

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June 26, 2013, 12:27:47 AM
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I'm betting on BTC25.
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June 26, 2013, 12:30:43 AM
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I'm betting on BTC25.

That is certainly a reasonable bet to make. However, I think we are in for a bit of a wait before Blades become available again. With the redesign taking place, my gut is telling me we don't see anything available for sale/shipping before mid August.
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June 26, 2013, 01:11:12 AM
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At 10 BTC, they would be worth buying right now. Anything more, a waste.
Possibly, possibly a little less than that.
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June 26, 2013, 01:12:21 AM
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Where are people getting this strange idea that he's cutting the price of blades?

Maybe everyone is (understandably) just assuming this?

I have a little insider info I will share though:

Friedcat confirmed with me VIA PM that blades will receive a similar price cut to that of the USBs.
25BTC is still WAY overpriced.
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June 26, 2013, 01:20:02 AM
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At 10 btc or less i might be able to buy a couple
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June 26, 2013, 01:23:23 AM
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Greed dictates it will be BTC25...and will be the last time you see those 25 coins with 10gh/s.

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June 26, 2013, 01:28:28 AM
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Greed dictates it will be BTC25...and will be the last time you see those 25 coins with 10gh/s.
Your right, if priced by greed, it will be much higher than it should be.

25 BTC sounds about "greedy" enough. (also sounds unprofitable enough!)

Question, Avalons are now being overclocked to 100GH/s.

If people are willing to pay 50 BTC for 10Gh/s. Are people willing to buy overclockable Avalons at 10x that? (500BTC?)

If not, why?
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June 26, 2013, 01:48:42 AM
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Greed dictates it will be BTC25...and will be the last time you see those 25 coins with 10gh/s.
Your right, if priced by greed, it will be much higher than it should be.

25 BTC sounds about "greedy" enough. (also sounds unprofitable enough!)

Question, Avalons are now being overclocked to 100GH/s.

If people are willing to pay 50 BTC for 10Gh/s. Are people willing to buy overclockable Avalons at 10x that? (500BTC?)

If not, why?

I don't know anyone who runs their blades at 10Gh/s.  They are 12,500Gh/s overclocked, with the push of a button, and stable.  So if you're comparing apples to apples, you would compare overclocked ASIC to overclocked ASIC. 

50BTC -> 12.5Gh/s
x BTC -> 100Gh/s

x = 400 BTC, but that will never happen unless people have portable air conditioners handy that they can aim at their Avalons.  In reality, 85Gh/s is a more reasonable rate for a 3 module Avalon.  Using the same maths as above, the target price would be 340 BTC.

But we all know blades aren't selling for 50 BTC anymore.  They don't even sell for 40.  I think a reasonable price for a blade today is about 30 BTC.  So again, using above math, a reasonable price for an Avalon would be

30 BTC -> 12.5Gh/s
x BTC - > 85Gh/s

x = 204 BTC.  Still, twice as much as they are going for currently.
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