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July 19, 2013, 02:56:03 AM
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Is it just me or is fybsg.com down?  Huh

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July 19, 2013, 03:54:40 AM
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No leh, I just went in look see look see.

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July 19, 2013, 04:02:07 AM
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Turns out the URL is really picky. Only https://www.fybsg.com works. http://www.fybsg.com won't work, and neither does https://fybsg.com.
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July 19, 2013, 07:07:03 AM
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Eh people if have another new local inter crypto & fiat exchange will you all be interested?
And what is the main features or functions you would like to have or better one?
Gauging interests here and if time permits I will get my team to work on a new one  Grin 
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July 19, 2013, 08:05:25 AM
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You can add me to the list of bitcoin users in singapore. Theres also a meetup group- next meeting is aug 1, at a bar that accepts bitcoins.

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July 19, 2013, 09:46:01 AM
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Eh people if have another new local inter crypto & fiat exchange will you all be interested?
And what is the main features or functions you would like to have or better one?
Gauging interests here and if time permits I will get my team to work on a new one  Grin 

BTC & LTC, inter-crypto trade as well as fiat trades.

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July 19, 2013, 09:46:35 AM
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You can add me to the list of bitcoin users in singapore. Theres also a meetup group- next meeting is aug 1, at a bar that accepts bitcoins.

David

Hey David,

Would be nice if you can let us know where and time so that whoever is interested can drop by.

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July 19, 2013, 01:45:00 PM
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Turns out the URL is really picky. Only https://www.fybsg.com works. http://www.fybsg.com won't work, and neither does https://fybsg.com.

1st link works, 2nd does not work, 3rd gives a 404 error
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July 19, 2013, 02:47:54 PM
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Would be nice if you can let us know where and time so that whoever is interested can drop by.

Here's the meetup group info:
http://www.meetup.com/BitcoinSingapore/

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July 20, 2013, 06:17:53 AM
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Are there fixed trading times for fybsg? I attempted to buy some BTC 2 days ago and my transaction is still pending...

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July 20, 2013, 06:21:22 AM
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Volume is low so it depends on your ask and what is the current bid and the rest is your luck. Trade times depends on users...
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July 20, 2013, 07:04:07 AM
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Should fill it immediately if your ask is the same as a current bid.

In other words someone is selling a bc at 117, and you put in an order at 117 (same amount of bc) it will get filled.
If you place an order at 116 though- the order will be pending until someone wants to sell at 116.

Currently, you can buy 1 bc at S$117.95 which is about USD$93.77 or a 1.59% premium over the mt.gox USD rate, but still below the S$119 mt gox rate.

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July 20, 2013, 07:37:06 AM
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Should fill it immediately if your ask is the same as a current bid.

In other words someone is selling a bc at 117, and you put in an order at 117 (same amount of bc) it will get filled.
If you place an order at 116 though- the order will be pending until someone wants to sell at 116.

Currently, you can buy 1 bc at S$117.95 which is about USD$93.77 or a 1.59% premium over the mt.gox USD rate, but still below the S$119 mt gox rate.

David

Thanks. Makes sense. Well, it's SGD 120+ now...

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July 20, 2013, 08:25:49 AM
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Hi. Another new miner. Also in SG (obviously). Just wondering, does anyone know where I can get ASICs or FPGAs locally?

PayPal is being a dick and isn't allowing me to transfer funds from my UOB account, and I don't have a credit card, so I am stuck on local stuff unless someone allows bank transfers, which I have rarely seen.

I am looking for the ASICMiner Block Erupter or something similar (portable). Don't need much hashing power, since I am not entirely hardcore on this.

IDC about power usage or ROI, since most of the time, I'd be using school's free WiFi and power to do this.

P.S. It would be great if the ASIC/FPGA supports both Windows and Mac.

You will still need to care about ROI even if power is free for you.

If you are going to buy a mining gear that can't recover the cost in its life time, you will be better off just buying the equivalent in bitcoin now and hope for it to appreciate in value in the future.

I suggest you do more research, particularly from the Mining Speculation Forum here and learn how to create or adopt a ROI model before you invest in any mining gear.
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July 20, 2013, 09:49:00 AM
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There is a group buy recently by our Singapore guys, forgotten the link, wonder if anyone else can post it here?
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July 20, 2013, 10:05:29 AM
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Hi. Another new miner. Also in SG (obviously). Just wondering, does anyone know where I can get ASICs or FPGAs locally?

PayPal is being a dick and isn't allowing me to transfer funds from my UOB account, and I don't have a credit card, so I am stuck on local stuff unless someone allows bank transfers, which I have rarely seen.

I am looking for the ASICMiner Block Erupter or something similar (portable). Don't need much hashing power, since I am not entirely hardcore on this.

IDC about power usage or ROI, since most of the time, I'd be using school's free WiFi and power to do this.

P.S. It would be great if the ASIC/FPGA supports both Windows and Mac.

You will still need to care about ROI even if power is free for you.

If you are going to buy a mining gear that can't recover the cost in its life time, you will be better off just buying the equivalent in bitcoin now and hope for it to appreciate in value in the future.

I suggest you do more research, particularly from the Mining Speculation Forum here and learn how to create or adopt a ROI model before you invest in any mining gear.
I know that. Since the money comes mainly from cash gifts by my relatives, it's not much of an issue to me. It's like they are giving me the ASIC as a gift indirectly. Anyway, I have already done the necessary calculations.

Still, anyone knows what I should get? The 5GH/s miner from Butterfly Labs (which haven't been shipping, according to the news I have read), or two/three Block Erupters?

P.S. Finally got my Bitcoins now, just not sure what to buy. I am intending to invest, FYI, but that's another story.

I am a wee beginner in mining. Please ignore my ignorance.
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July 20, 2013, 10:07:29 AM
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Hi. Another new miner. Also in SG (obviously). Just wondering, does anyone know where I can get ASICs or FPGAs locally?

PayPal is being a dick and isn't allowing me to transfer funds from my UOB account, and I don't have a credit card, so I am stuck on local stuff unless someone allows bank transfers, which I have rarely seen.

I am looking for the ASICMiner Block Erupter or something similar (portable). Don't need much hashing power, since I am not entirely hardcore on this.

IDC about power usage or ROI, since most of the time, I'd be using school's free WiFi and power to do this.

P.S. It would be great if the ASIC/FPGA supports both Windows and Mac.

You will still need to care about ROI even if power is free for you.

If you are going to buy a mining gear that can't recover the cost in its life time, you will be better off just buying the equivalent in bitcoin now and hope for it to appreciate in value in the future.

I suggest you do more research, particularly from the Mining Speculation Forum here and learn how to create or adopt a ROI model before you invest in any mining gear.
I know that. Since the money comes mainly from cash gifts by my relatives, it's not much of an issue to me. It's like they are giving me the ASIC as a gift indirectly. Anyway, I have already done the necessary calculations.

Still, anyone knows what I should get? The 5GH/s miner from Butterfly Labs (which haven't been shipping, according to the news I have read), or two/three Block Erupters?

P.S. Finally got my Bitcoins now, just not sure what to buy. I am intending to invest, FYI, but that's another story.

IMHO get an eruptor, you really never knows when the Butterfly will fly in.
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August 02, 2013, 08:26:17 AM
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Hey guys, I'm looking to sell my HD6970 PCS+ since I've given up mining.

Looking to let go at $200, or 1.5 BTC, or 58 LTC, whichever you prefer.

It's been used to mine primarily LTC, can get about 500Kh/s at stock clocks and voltage (1.175V), or if you wanna undervolt you can hit about 430Kh/s stable at 1.1V.

Reason for posting here is I'm only looking for SG buyers. The marketplace sub-forum just seemed more US-centric.

Please contact me at 9-0-6-2-4-8-two-7 or mjbengx@gmail.com if interested!

Thanks!
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August 03, 2013, 07:04:52 AM
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I also have 2x Sapphire OC 7970 edition.

$520 each or $1000 for both.

Also can take BTC equivalent at BTCE spot.

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August 03, 2013, 03:58:25 PM
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Anyone know the electricity cost (in $ per kwh) in Singapore?

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