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July 05, 2013, 04:48:13 AM
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Good morning everyone,

We don't reserve shares anymore as we said here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238336.msg2564023#msg2564023

There are still 52 shares left. We might sell some shares on the 8th miner instead of keeping them for ourselves though and if enough people still want shares we'll start a new groupbuy.

Start post is updated again..

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July 05, 2013, 08:29:37 AM
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I've just transfered 1.2 BTC for 4 shares

TX ID = f45516f5b35afe3448dc84d3cf1eabc266006fda3b16e5649dbb7743d5e80dd0

please confirm my payment
and if you need more details, please PM me...

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July 05, 2013, 09:05:02 AM
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I bought the remaining 48 shares.
https://blockchain.info/tx/6ee6abfe3b02c324ac7c14610d37aab9d7478e649bbf71d3c9fc4ea54c626f10

I am selling in stock OneStringMiner boards, based on the Bitfury chips. Have a look here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=495536.0
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July 05, 2013, 09:27:36 AM
Last edit: July 05, 2013, 10:59:52 AM by tyrion70
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Hey all,

We are now officially sold out on this GB, we even oversold, cause another 20 shares were bought thru PM this morning Smiley

We'll probably start another one this weekend, as soon as we've processed this one completely and send everyone PM's again with confirmations on bitfunder usernames and/or payout addresses..

Thanks again for all your enthousiasm!

BlastBob & Tyrion70

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July 05, 2013, 10:59:09 AM
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Hey all,

...confirmations on butfunder...
LOL!

I am selling in stock OneStringMiner boards, based on the Bitfury chips. Have a look here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=495536.0
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July 05, 2013, 11:00:39 AM
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Hey all,

...confirmations on butfunder...
LOL!
I stand corrected... :p my ipad has some hidden feature that enables real stupid typos

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July 05, 2013, 02:24:45 PM
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Hey all,

We are now officially sold out on this GB, we even oversold, cause another 20 shares were bought thru PM this morning Smiley

We'll probably start another one this weekend, as soon as we've processed this one completely and send everyone PM's again with confirmations on bitfunder usernames and/or payout addresses..

Thanks again for all your enthousiasm!

BlastBob & Tyrion70
you havent update my reserved confirmation tx id yet  Smiley
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July 05, 2013, 02:26:45 PM
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Hey all,

We are now officially sold out on this GB, we even oversold, cause another 20 shares were bought thru PM this morning Smiley

We'll probably start another one this weekend, as soon as we've processed this one completely and send everyone PM's again with confirmations on bitfunder usernames and/or payout addresses..

Thanks again for all your enthousiasm!

BlastBob & Tyrion70
you havent update my reserved confirmation tx id yet  Smiley

Good one, thanks for reminding me, havent update the other reserved shares either.. Ill update them all in a few hours, sorry..

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July 05, 2013, 02:31:07 PM
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And Miner08 is bought - TX e005be8e32bccfdcddcd285e35aa4873871ab08b35f39ff495033d0cc486ae3e

Groupbuy 1 has 12 Miners
Groupbuy 2 has 8 Miners

Total of 20x400GHs Smiley


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July 05, 2013, 02:46:19 PM
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i'll buy a share

do i need a bitfund account or?
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July 05, 2013, 07:57:28 PM
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Hey rusty,

We just closed this groupbuy today. We are planning to open a new one, but with the recent btc crash we'll at least wait with it untill btc price has recovered or at least stabilized a bit.

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July 05, 2013, 08:52:11 PM
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no prob,

i should have bought sooner Wink


give message on the dutch forum if you are starting up a new buy and i'll order some shares Wink

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July 05, 2013, 08:53:43 PM
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no prob,

i should have bought sooner Wink


give message on the dutch forum if you are starting up a new buy and i'll order some shares Wink

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I sure will! Thanks Smiley

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July 07, 2013, 05:17:55 PM
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tyrion70 && blastbob,

Now that terrahash has proven to be unreliable and a possible scam, it is even more important that the slack be taken up by outstanding members of the community such as you.

I have requested a refund from my terrahash orders and will be re-deploying those funds (when I get them back) towards additional hashing power from somewhere, I would like to spend that money with you, as you have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are willing and capable of pulling this off.

I would like to get in total 100GH/s of hashing power of which I currently have ~60+ between the 2 KnC group buy's that the two of you have put together.

Please re-consider additional group buy's.

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July 07, 2013, 07:59:59 PM
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tyrion70 && blastbob,

Now that terrahash has proven to be unreliable and a possible scam, it is even more important that the slack be taken up by outstanding members of the community such as you.

I have requested a refund from my terrahash orders and will be re-deploying those funds (when I get them back) towards additional hashing power from somewhere, I would like to spend that money with you, as you have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are willing and capable of pulling this off.

I would like to get in total 100GH/s of hashing power of which I currently have ~60+ between the 2 KnC group buy's that the two of you have put together.

Please re-consider additional group buy's.

i concur as well, you guys are doing a real good job and you have me as an investor as long as u remain functioning Smiley

Also, I placed an order for a 50 Ghz BFL bitforce way before this GB - IF it ships, is there anyway I can add it (small compared to a jupiter, but I still have to ask) to our mining farm? I paid 24BTC for it and have just put in a request for a refund (doubt i will get it) but if i don't I am going to use it. Was wondering if it would be in anyway useful to the mining power of this GB.

You are more than welcome to say no, as a matter of fact anyone else can say no too - i was just mentioning it to see if it can in anyway add to our total hash.

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July 07, 2013, 09:21:25 PM
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Hey guys,

@btceic, thank you for the compliment! We are planning a new groupbuy, but with the current BTC prices we feel we should wait at least a bit to see if it goes down more or stabilizes. If we were to do the same groupbuy again, we'd have to raise the shareprice to at least 0.42 to ensure we don't have to add our own money again. We've had to do that twice and even though we'll get it back when the miners arrive it's starting to become quite an amount Smiley

@KSV with regards to the BFL miner; we can add hashing power but at a set "price" per GH as described in the IPO agreement. One addiction share equals 32.23MH, so we could issue 50.000 / 32.23 =~ 1550 addiction shares at market price if we add the miner. At current price that means 1550 * .0111 = 17.2 BTC. We would also require that the miner would be physically added to the existing ones. So as things are standing now, we can't Smiley But we'll have to see how things look when we start hashing..

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July 07, 2013, 09:28:31 PM
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Hey guys,

@btceic, thank you for the compliment! We are planning a new groupbuy, but with the current BTC prices we feel we should wait at least a bit to see if it goes down more or stabilizes. If we were to do the same groupbuy again, we'd have to raise the shareprice to at least 0.42 to ensure we don't have to add our own money again. We've had to do that twice and even though we'll get it back when the miners arrive it's starting to become quite an amount Smiley

@KSV with regards to the BFL miner; we can add hashing power but at a set "price" per GH as described in the IPO agreement. One addiction share equals 32.23MH, so we could issue 50.000 / 32.23 =~ 1550 addiction shares at market price if we add the miner. At current price that means 1550 * .0111 = 17.2 BTC. We would also require that the miner would be physically added to the existing ones. So as things are standing now, we can't Smiley But we'll have to see how things look when we start hashing..

Cheers

Would you consider $usd vs btc to help spread the risk do to the current volatility?

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July 08, 2013, 05:52:15 PM
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Would you consider $usd vs btc to help spread the risk do to the current volatility?

Actually yes, we've been thinking of using paypal. The only problem is costs arent transparent. I've done a paypal transaction last GB, which ended up with little over 5% transaction fees! This was due to payment coming from another continent i believe. The receiver has to pay the costs.

We could do paypal, but then we'd have to make sure we can buy a whole miner thru paypal before anyone actually sends any money. Any ideas are welcome..

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July 08, 2013, 09:11:50 PM
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Would you consider $usd vs btc to help spread the risk do to the current volatility?

Actually yes, we've been thinking of using paypal. The only problem is costs arent transparent. I've done a paypal transaction last GB, which ended up with little over 5% transaction fees! This was due to payment coming from another continent i believe. The receiver has to pay the costs.

We could do paypal, but then we'd have to make sure we can buy a whole miner thru paypal before anyone actually sends any money. Any ideas are welcome..

Cheers

Someone else mentioned paying as a gift gets around the fees in PayPal? but not sure if that works. But either way we could have the buyer pay the extra amount if we know exactly how much it is?

Also USD to btc is back up around 78 which is positive

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July 09, 2013, 04:17:48 AM
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Would you consider $usd vs btc to help spread the risk do to the current volatility?

Actually yes, we've been thinking of using paypal. The only problem is costs arent transparent. I've done a paypal transaction last GB, which ended up with little over 5% transaction fees! This was due to payment coming from another continent i believe. The receiver has to pay the costs.

We could do paypal, but then we'd have to make sure we can buy a whole miner thru paypal before anyone actually sends any money. Any ideas are welcome..

Cheers

Someone else mentioned paying as a gift gets around the fees in PayPal? but not sure if that works. But either way we could have the buyer pay the extra amount if we know exactly how much it is?

Also USD to btc is back up around 78 which is positive



  paying as a gift within your own country has no fee.  also no protection for the buy or the seller.  but since most of us are not in the same country you get stuck with fees to give the gift overseas and no protection for either party.   Also USA to GB vs USA to AUS or USA to  Spain all have a different fee to convert the currency to the other.   not that btc does not have risks the coin price can go up or down 5 or 10 % in a day. Makes for interesting moves and guesses  for buyers.

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