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July 01, 2013, 07:46:03 AM

Just edit your OP to announce new information.
I think it'll be better.

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July 01, 2013, 10:37:17 AM
Last edit: July 01, 2013, 09:50:15 PM by Bitcoinorama

You mght want to hurry because AM share holders would LOVE to dump some shares at 4 BTC+ per one to you. Youmight want to do it before next dividend as it will be 1/2346789123456 of dividends you'd need to me ROI after buying AM share.

Hurry up, it's amazing opportunity.

*Disclaimer - it could really be an amazing opportunity as you never know, there's always enough idiots around who might buy your share for 7-8 BTC per piece.

You've been playing this tune for a while. Back when ASICMiner had a share price of .84, you said it was worth 0.02 per share.

But he is right, dividends at 0.025btc a share would take 5.4 years to ROI.

A blade and erupter USBs will never ROI. Customers are just handing over coins they could have bought but will never see again just to make ASICminer more dominant.

The initial ASICminer customers banked a lot, now ASICminer is already too powerful an entity in Bitcoin.

It's potentially their relinquishing of the 25% of the produced coins that is currently suppressing and lowering the BTC value. They have enough power to manipulate the currency's price and the only one benefitting is Fried Cat.

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July 01, 2013, 10:13:07 PM

Interesting thing to note that two of the pcb boards are completely made from Avalon chips named Beehive.

A demo was done with a single original Avalon board, then a single Beehive board, a mix of both Avalon and Beehive together. Then to show off the overclocking abilities of new board designs they went to 320 MHz with the new Beehive board. HW rates were kept low perhaps to indicate stability of both the hardware and the pool. The dual board setup reached 48 gigs comfortably.

Most people are running their stock Avalon boards at 350 MHz, so 320 is quite disappointing.

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