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June 01, 2013, 10:33:28 AM
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Are there any strike team to eradicate such FRAUD from the community?

Lets simply burn the office down.

See GAGE he is the leader of the dirty dozen.

Don't patronize me!  Grin

But if you continue, consider The MagnifiCent Seven.

I'm close to Sweden. 


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June 01, 2013, 10:33:55 AM
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I know there's a good "Uranus" joke in here somewhere  Cheesy
was that a d.r.a.m.a. joke? Wink

I had to s.t.r.a.i.n. to get it, but I got it, assuming it's in ref. to a Michael Crichton novel. Well played!

Occam's razor.

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June 01, 2013, 10:48:45 AM
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Stop wasting time of people actually trying to find relevant info by consistent OT spamming and stupid jokes. Nobody is interested.

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June 01, 2013, 11:05:31 AM
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newbies > whatever > custom hardware > KnC open day.

is there a pattern forming for new accounts?

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June 01, 2013, 11:34:08 AM
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Not too sure. I personally feel that even though I am new to this community, I have a right to be here as well, as well as have my voice equally heard. Are you suggesting otherwise?
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June 01, 2013, 11:38:00 AM
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Not too sure. I personally feel that even though I am new to this community, I have a right to be here as well, as well as have my voice equally heard. Are you suggesting otherwise?

what do you think I'm suggesting?

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June 01, 2013, 02:33:44 PM
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This is definitely a scam if they even attempt to sell an fpga.

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June 01, 2013, 02:53:03 PM
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Not too sure. I personally feel that even though I am new to this community, I have a right to be here as well, as well as have my voice equally heard. Are you suggesting otherwise?

what do you think I'm suggesting?

I've seen a lot of negative sentiment towards users with a recent join date, or low post count on this forum.
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June 01, 2013, 03:01:42 PM
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Not too sure. I personally feel that even though I am new to this community, I have a right to be here as well, as well as have my voice equally heard. Are you suggesting otherwise?

what do you think I'm suggesting?

I've seen a lot of negative sentiment towards users with a recent join date, or low post count on this forum.

do you think it's related to the join date, the post count or sth else?

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June 01, 2013, 04:21:33 PM
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Hi All

OK so we are ready for the open day. I know you have all been waiting but we wanted to make sure everything was 100% ready and today I can confirm it is.

Because we have had so much interest we are actually going to do 4 sessions. Two on Wednesday 5th, one at 10:00am and one at 2:00pm. Then two more on Monday 10th at 10:00am and 2:00pm

They will all be the same in content and you can meet us and ask any questions you like. We will demo the Mars mining rig with all 8 blades hashing away to the public pools.

It will be held at ORSoC's Stockholm office

ORSoC
Regeringsgatan 111
111 39 Stockholm, Sweden

We will send this out in a newsletter on Monday to catch the people who wont have a chance to read this post.

Thanks
Sam

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June 01, 2013, 04:26:26 PM
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"bringing new ASIC miners TO LIFE" maybe? Smiley

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June 01, 2013, 04:48:32 PM
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much better!

now if only Bitcoin could stop making the world go *around* Grin
(I guess the PCB's will become collector items!)

(I'm going to start charging consulting fees)

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June 01, 2013, 04:52:37 PM
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Hi All

OK so we are ready for the open day. I know you have all been waiting but we wanted to make sure everything was 100% ready and today I can confirm it is.

Because we have had so much interest we are actually going to do 4 sessions. Two on Wednesday 5th, one at 10:00am and one at 2:00pm. Then two more on Monday 10th at 10:00am and 2:00pm

They will all be the same in content and you can meet us and ask any questions you like. We will demo the Mars mining rig with all 8 blades hashing away to the public pools.

It will be held at ORSoC's Stockholm office

ORSoC
Regeringsgatan 111
111 39 Stockholm, Sweden


We will send this out in a newsletter on Monday to catch the people who wont have a chance to read this post.

Thanks
Sam

The sound of PG's head exploding.  Grin

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June 01, 2013, 04:54:04 PM
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much better!

now if only Bitcoin could stop making the world go *around* Grin
(I guess the PCB's will become collector items!)

(I'm going to start charging consulting fees)

For what??

How to irritate people in multiple threads simultaneously?

Accusing people that joined within 3 days of yourself, but with less cumulative posting count as worthless newbies?

Justifying vicious posts with smilies?? Grin

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June 01, 2013, 05:04:17 PM
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Accusing people that joined within 3 days of yourself, but with less cumulative posting count as worthless newbies?

Where?

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List of major BTC scams https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=576337
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June 01, 2013, 05:11:44 PM
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Accusing people that joined within 3 days of yourself, but with less cumulative posting count as worthless newbies?

Where?

Nil236, above.

EDIT: Or below, I've just pasted it;

Not too sure. I personally feel that even though I am new to this community, I have a right to be here as well, as well as have my voice equally heard. Are you suggesting otherwise?

what do you think I'm suggesting?

I've seen a lot of negative sentiment towards users with a recent join date, or low post count on this forum.

do you think it's related to the join date, the post count or sth else?

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June 01, 2013, 05:12:15 PM
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Stop wasting time of people actually trying to find relevant info by consistent OT spamming and stupid jokes. Nobody is interested.

You mean like this, Date-Registered-on-April-8-2013-GUY?

Almost good....maybe Combuster? Coinbuster?    Tongue   ....hmmm..should trademark that...not bad...
Not bad at all sir.
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Decurion X for the 10 board.
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or simply X and XX
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Lets combine the two great ideas and we have:
Coinbuster X
and
Coinbuster XX

The renderings look fantastic. I like the power threeway. It seems Burnin deserves a new belt.


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June 01, 2013, 05:17:15 PM
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Hi All

OK so we are ready for the open day. I know you have all been waiting but we wanted to make sure everything was 100% ready and today I can confirm it is.

Because we have had so much interest we are actually going to do 4 sessions. Two on Wednesday 5th, one at 10:00am and one at 2:00pm. Then two more on Monday 10th at 10:00am and 2:00pm

They will all be the same in content and you can meet us and ask any questions you like. We will demo the Mars mining rig with all 8 blades hashing away to the public pools.

It will be held at ORSoC's Stockholm office

ORSoC
Regeringsgatan 111
111 39 Stockholm, Sweden


We will send this out in a newsletter on Monday to catch the people who wont have a chance to read this post.

Thanks
Sam

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Written by another Date-Registered-on-April-8-2013-GUY?

Makes me want to YouTube Brothers-in-Arms.
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June 01, 2013, 05:20:06 PM
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Accusing people that joined within 3 days of yourself, but with less cumulative posting count as worthless newbies?

Where?

Nil236, above.

EDIT: Or below, I've just pasted it;

Not too sure. I personally feel that even though I am new to this community, I have a right to be here as well, as well as have my voice equally heard. Are you suggesting otherwise?

what do you think I'm suggesting?

I've seen a lot of negative sentiment towards users with a recent join date, or low post count on this forum.

do you think it's related to the join date, the post count or sth else?

OMG it's TRUE. I can READ THE WORDS. Look, it's all there ^^

Nii236, I am truly sorry to have called you a worthless newbie. Oh wait, where is it written exactly? Oh right, it's not there in fact...

I do remember asking nii236 what he/she thought I meant though. Maybe *someone* shouldn't jump to conclusions too fast.

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June 01, 2013, 05:22:57 PM
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So order books are supposed to open after we have a chance to see the MARS, will that be after the 5th or after monday 10th so that people that go to the open session the 10th will still have 7 days to pay?

Also the 7 day window are natural days or business days? a SEPA transfer can take up to 4 days if a weekend is in between so that means only 48h to pay when order books open to ensure my money arrives in time.

Thanks

Hi All

OK so we are ready for the open day. I know you have all been waiting but we wanted to make sure everything was 100% ready and today I can confirm it is.

Because we have had so much interest we are actually going to do 4 sessions. Two on Wednesday 5th, one at 10:00am and one at 2:00pm. Then two more on Monday 10th at 10:00am and 2:00pm

They will all be the same in content and you can meet us and ask any questions you like. We will demo the Mars mining rig with all 8 blades hashing away to the public pools.

It will be held at ORSoC's Stockholm office

ORSoC
Regeringsgatan 111
111 39 Stockholm, Sweden

We will send this out in a newsletter on Monday to catch the people who wont have a chance to read this post.

Thanks
Sam
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