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May 30, 2013, 06:21:52 PM
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I'm interested in investing in 100th/s but am confused about how the bonds work.  The mine will be ~100TH/s, which is huge, but does that actually mean anything for individual bond holders?  A bond awards the bondholder a dividend equivalent to the output of 200 MH/s of mining power.  If I purchase five bonds, I have 1 GH/s. Won't I then receive dividends proportional to 1 GH/s, regardless of the size of the mine?  What advantages, besides power consumption, share price, and how soon it comes online, does a large mine like 100th/s give bondholders relative to other smaller operations where I could also purchase the equivalent of 1 GH/s of mining power?
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May 30, 2013, 11:47:42 PM
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I'm interested in investing in 100th/s but am confused about how the bonds work.  The mine will be ~100TH/s, which is huge, but does that actually mean anything for individual bond holders?  A bond awards the bondholder a dividend equivalent to the output of 200 MH/s of mining power.  If I purchase five bonds, I have 1 GH/s. Won't I then receive dividends proportional to 1 GH/s, regardless of the size of the mine?  What advantages, besides power consumption, share price, and how soon it comes online, does a large mine like 100th/s give bondholders relative to other smaller operations where I could also purchase the equivalent of 1 GH/s of mining power?

I think there may be something to be said about such a large production not being able to just run off. They might also be able to industrial electricity rates to reduce their operating expenses. Otherwise yes, it would appear that 100 TH is simply a 200 MH/s mining bond.
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May 31, 2013, 12:28:44 AM
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Price per MH/s is the only advantage, since it doesn't include "upgrade" plans. Sad
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