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Author Topic: I was just thinking , I bet black arrow and sp-tech are kicking themselves now  (Read 261 times)
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November 07, 2017, 08:39:17 AM
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both these companies were relevant when btc was trading around $150 to $300

Black arrow had a decent model and miner at the time but they chose to seek quick profits via scam and non delivery
late shipments, mining with customer gear and totally killed thier rep.

Imagine if they could have stayed alive , all thier shipments were based on pre orders, they could have kept
increasing thier tech with prefunded $$ and made hundreds of millons mining and selling gear smh.

Sp tech is even worse, had a great product but was unwilling to compete with bitmain even though they had a. loyal following.  They must have had shit accountants cuz if they could have kept shipping miners for a few more years they would probably have been major players with thier great rnd and software.
but they chose to sell out to big cloud companies and eventually that dried up for them too smh

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November 07, 2017, 09:48:53 AM
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I'm glad Black Arrow is gone, scammers through and through as is Matt Carson from MinerSource. Had it stitched up from day one. Sadly I think they all got away with plenty of peoples hard earned

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November 08, 2017, 08:21:36 AM
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BA units burned down (see the rackmount, model 3 i think) and SP lost the price war on the sp20/s5, business is business and only te strong survive Smiley

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November 09, 2017, 03:23:47 AM
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BA units burned down (see the rackmount, model 3 i think) and SP lost the price war on the sp20/s5, business is business and only te strong survive Smiley
yeah i know but if they knew that btc would hit these numbers I bet they would never have capitulated

ba units at the end were rushed out since they were so late , The ic design was solid

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