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June 21, 2013, 05:39:19 PM
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My God, the price is 0.004 per 1 M/hash rate...
What you think when this PMB hit market how will it affecting other current PMB??

Another hug price drooped...Holding PMB is equal to send your BTC freely to other people...

This race never will stop once better PMB hit market, then Old one decrease its face value very quickly.
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June 21, 2013, 06:00:05 PM
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DMS.Mining is already cheaper than this.
Currently 0,015-0,016 for 5 Mh/s.
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June 21, 2013, 06:09:36 PM
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DMS.Mining is already cheaper than this.
Currently 0,015-0,016 for 5 Mh/s.
Seems the new PMB has no market...I just try to convince people do not buying those PMBs, otherwise will quickly lose your BTC.
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June 21, 2013, 06:29:04 PM
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DMS.Mining is already cheaper than this.
Currently 0,015-0,016 for 5 Mh/s.
Seems the new PMB has no market...I just try to convince people do not buying those PMBs, otherwise will quickly lose your BTC.
A lot of people don't touch DMS.Mining , because it has a very complicated contract involving DMS.Selling and DMS.Purchase.
But DMS-Mining is about equal to a 5Mh/s bond. All the other stuff is used to bet against PMBs.

(Note: At this point DMS.Selling is about 2.4 times more expensive than DMS.Mining, so it's difficult to say which one will give a profit in the end and which one will be at loss)
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June 21, 2013, 07:11:17 PM
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DMS.Mining is already cheaper than this.
Currently 0,015-0,016 for 5 Mh/s.
Seems the new PMB has no market...I just try to convince people do not buying those PMBs, otherwise will quickly lose your BTC.
A lot of people don't touch DMS.Mining , because it has a very complicated contract involving DMS.Selling and DMS.Purchase.
But DMS-Mining is about equal to a 5Mh/s bond. All the other stuff is used to bet against PMBs.

(Note: At this point DMS.Selling is about 2.4 times more expensive than DMS.Mining, so it's difficult to say which one will give a profit in the end and which one will be at loss)
I personally do not touch it, this just like play gamble in casino....big or small...
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June 21, 2013, 07:18:39 PM
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I personally do not touch it, this just like play gamble in casino....big or small...

Still DMS.Mining is not really different to any PMBs, so if you invest in e.g. TAT.Virtualmine (at the current higher price), it's definitely a bad deal.
I agree on deciding to invest on DMS.Mining or Selling is more like gambling right now though.
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