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August 26, 2014, 09:56:47 PM
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Wow, a voice of competence and reason on here.  Terrific!!
Yes, right, answering to yourself is one of the few things you can do here. Since that noone cares.

By the way, Ray Gallo, since your clients are now in a lose lose, why not get your energy renewed into suing the creditors committee and counsel?
Actually, talking to yourself is another thing you can certainly do. I'm your conscience: why the hell should you sue someone that worked for you instead of the people responsible for this massacre? Maybe because you can't see beyond your nose? Ok, I understand. I'm sorry for that.


You lost your way Cedivad.  Your first posts were full of justified anger and action.  Your optimism regarding the judicial system was refreshing.  Wether we were active on the forums or just lurking, I think many of us rooted for you / us. 

Overall, it seems that you overestimated the assets of Hashfast, just as you got used to lashing out too quickly.

I am not scr3.ucr3trs nor do I have any form of communication with him other than this forum. 

I simply do my homework as rigorously as I can.  I base my comments on what I find and believe to be true.

There is no doubt that the current mess has been created by Hashfast's Eduardo and Simon.  Absolutely.  They should remain the real target of our wrath. I agree with you on that.  However, regarding the Creditor's Council, I have a different position than they "worked for us" on a voluntary basis.  I think others, directly on the council are now starting to agree with this.  There were serious conflict of interests.  That is simply a fact.  Not wanting to admit that and the consequences it had, that is "not seeing beyond your nose".  Now, admittedly, this is no longer important as there is nothing that can be done about it any longer.  The reality today is what it is, and in my opinion, there's no reason to be optimistic about the outcome for the unsecured creditors.




The sad but only truth remaining is this:  The ONLY people left at HF are Simon and Eddie.  Sad.  Those that created the mess are still collecting paychecks on behalf of the creditors.  Sick.  The CRO has been in charge for a week - the website still hasn't been touched, no news, no millions of dollars of recovery.  Everyone that has tried to reach out for anyone at HF meets with absolutely no response, as is typical with the current remaining employees.  There was a severe and serious conflict of interest, and it begins also with the lawyers who are "representing" the creditors.  They don't have a clue about business reality.  Millions of dollars are gone, wasted, and now we wait a slow spiral death for nothing to happen except for the CRO , who was recommended and selected by the committee and their counsel, to collect his fees, pay the lawyers, and screw the creditors more.  Where is the plan that was alluded to weeks ago?  There is no "secrecy" now that HF management isn't negotiating any more with the committee?  Where are all the sales that were promised now that management is no longer in charge?  Why not post what the CRO has accomplished over the past week, and how much progress has been made and what it has cost?  The silence is deafening. 
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August 26, 2014, 10:41:43 PM
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Guys...
Today, I received another 2 letters from US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California.

First letter provides an advise about filing a claim. Which I already did online and I also send a letter directly to Office of The Clerk US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California. Office of The Clerk replied that they received my form online and that I am already on the list of creditors.

Second letter provides a list of all creditors. I have not found my name on the list again.

I realy don't understand it. What should I think about it now. Does anyone know why I am still not on the list despite the confirmation from the clerk?
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August 27, 2014, 12:25:01 AM
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Guys...
Today, I received another 2 letters from US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California.

First letter provides an advise about filing a claim. Which I already did online and I also send a letter directly to Office of The Clerk US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California. Office of The Clerk replied that they received my form online and that I am already on the list of creditors.

Second letter provides a list of all creditors. I have not found my name on the list again.

I realy don't understand it. What should I think about it now. Does anyone know why I am still not on the list despite the confirmation from the clerk?

Hard to say w/o knowing what your name is.  If they are sending you notices though your name must be on some list.

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August 27, 2014, 01:19:01 AM
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Guys...
Today, I received another 2 letters from US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California.

First letter provides an advise about filing a claim. Which I already did online and I also send a letter directly to Office of The Clerk US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California. Office of The Clerk replied that they received my form online and that I am already on the list of creditors.

Second letter provides a list of all creditors. I have not found my name on the list again.

I realy don't understand it. What should I think about it now. Does anyone know why I am still not on the list despite the confirmation from the clerk?

Hard to say w/o knowing what your name is.  If they are sending you notices though your name must be on some list.
I wouldn't like to give my name here but yes, you are right. It must be on some list then.
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August 27, 2014, 01:45:50 AM
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Guys...
Today, I received another 2 letters from US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California.

First letter provides an advise about filing a claim. Which I already did online and I also send a letter directly to Office of The Clerk US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California. Office of The Clerk replied that they received my form online and that I am already on the list of creditors.

Second letter provides a list of all creditors. I have not found my name on the list again.

I realy don't understand it. What should I think about it now. Does anyone know why I am still not on the list despite the confirmation from the clerk?

Hard to say w/o knowing what your name is.  If they are sending you notices though your name must be on some list.
I wouldn't like to give my name here but yes, you are right. It must be on some list then.

I thought I recalled seeing such a list, but at the moment having difficulty hunting it down. I did find the other though, of which is odd, for there's no Gregory (Greg) Bachrach on any Liquidbits/Bids on Gold LLC official incorp. docs. The only name affiliated with Liquidbits is the Jacobson clan, one of which owns the building that the Canadian Bitcoin Embassy is housed, with the rest owning CoinWare's four companies that BFL WILL (yea, right!) supply with Monarchs.



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While I was affiliated with Coinware/HashTrade in the middle of last year, I am now only an investor in LiquidBits and have yet to receive any hash rate from my investment.

I'll leave it up to you to figure out who penned the above quote.

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August 27, 2014, 02:26:14 AM
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I'll leave it up to you to figure out who penned the above quote.

No need. I can do it for you.

Is this the same James (gigavps) from mega-giga-teramining that posted last week he was working on tripling his hashrate ?

I will triple my hash rate by buying IN-HAND equipment from manufacturers who do not keep giant order queues waiting for months.

Well, I was almost gone. This is so true. James of HashTrade/CoinWare ordered thousands of miners late last year. I think it was even in the Kansas City paper I once read in the break room when the order was placed. And it is Gibson since somebody already guess it. Wasn't sure how much I can say on this forum board.

While I was affiliated with Coinware/HashTrade in the middle of last year, I am now only an investor in LiquidBits and have yet to receive any hash rate from my investment.

http://www.hashtrade.com/about.html Greg Bachrach is related to James Gibson by marriage I believe but don't know how.

I am not related to Greg Bachrach by marriage. nibbknot, if you are going to post stuff you "think" is factual, maybe you should verify your information first.
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August 27, 2014, 02:31:09 AM
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I'll leave it up to you to figure out who penned the above quote.

No need. I can do it for you.

Is this the same James (gigavps) from mega-giga-teramining that posted last week he was working on tripling his hashrate ?

I will triple my hash rate by buying IN-HAND equipment from manufacturers who do not keep giant order queues waiting for months.

Well, I was almost gone. This is so true. James of HashTrade/CoinWare ordered thousands of miners late last year. I think it was even in the Kansas City paper I once read in the break room when the order was placed. And it is Gibson since somebody already guess it. Wasn't sure how much I can say on this forum board.

While I was affiliated with Coinware/HashTrade in the middle of last year, I am now only an investor in LiquidBits and have yet to receive any hash rate from my investment.

http://www.hashtrade.com/about.html Greg Bachrach is related to James Gibson by marriage I believe but don't know how.

I am not related to Greg Bachrach by marriage. nibbknot, if you are going to post stuff you "think" is factual, maybe you should verify your information first.



How is it that you're always at the ready to reply to my posts when they refer to you after being absent for a spell?

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August 27, 2014, 02:39:42 AM
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How is it that you're always at the ready to reply to my posts when they refer to you after being absent for a spell?

Just because I don't throw up with my keyboard all over the forum does not mean I am not keeping tabs on what is going on.

I am acutely aware of what is / is not happening with HashFast.
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August 27, 2014, 04:57:31 AM
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How is it that you're always at the ready to reply to my posts when they refer to you after being absent for a spell?

Just because I don't throw up with my keyboard all over the forum does not mean I am not keeping tabs on what is going on.

I am acutely aware of what is / is not happening with HashFast.

Well if you are acutely aware, you must be the only one, as even the management there and the CRO are not acutely aware.  So why don't you enlighten us all and tell us what exactly is going on?
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August 27, 2014, 05:42:36 AM
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How is it that you're always at the ready to reply to my posts when they refer to you after being absent for a spell?

Just because I don't throw up with my keyboard all over the forum does not mean I am not keeping tabs on what is going on.

I am acutely aware of what is / is not happening with HashFast.

Well if you are acutely aware, you must be the only one, as even the management there and the CRO are not acutely aware.  So why don't you enlighten us all and tell us what exactly is going on?

I'm guessing it has something to do with LiquidBits, its CEO, Greg Bachrach, whose name is not mentioned on any official documents that I've found to date, and a six million dollar purchase that may or may not existed.

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August 27, 2014, 06:35:12 AM
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https://twitter.com/gbachrach/status/71682920292696065

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHUeOqLY3Ro ---> YT Video of Greg Bachrach of NimbusMining of CoinWare (also owns LiquidBits) discussing HashFast and BFL purchases for there bitcoin mining hosting concern.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/225704506/Bachrach-Declaration-Liquidbits-v-HashFast



Again, this Gregory Bachrach (Greg Bachrach) is nowhere to be found on an LiquidBits official documents with the exception of he/them suing HashFash.

http://eandt.theiet.org/magazine/2014/04/to-bit-or-not-to-bit.cfm

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There is also the nebulous Nimbusmining, which CEO Greg Bachrach runs alongside HashTrade and LiquidBits (which seem to do something similar) under an umbrella company called CoinWare, registered in British Indian Ocean Territory, another tax haven.

Netsolus is also under the auspices of CoinWare.

BFL will supply all of NimbusMining's miners, of which BFL has been delivering sub-par 28nm-based Frankenarchs (claiming first dibs on the coinage) since the later part of June, 2014. The units were sub-par because they weren't up to advertised specs. Ironically, it's these exact miners - more-or-less - that are just now being trickled out BFL doors to anybody lucky enough who ordered last August, 2013.

BFL will also supply the bulk of Netsolus' 20 Megawatt worth of miners, with HashFast and CoinTerra making up the balance. The president of Netsolus is a real estate agent, with Bryan and Amy Ballard, being the founders and take part of some annual BBQ festival at Royals Stadium where some dude with a camera named Vleisides takes pictures and just so happens to have a formal studio address that BFL once used prior to moving to their current facility.

The millionaires, the Jacobson Clan, own CoinWare, et al., but luckily James Gibson left HashTrade to become an investor in LiquidBits.

http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Miami/quentin-a-page-P6385638.aspx



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So now that there's proof of a transaction, time to speculate on what drives people to continually purchase from BFL? I'm not sure about others, but if I had to spend $1,000,000 on mining hardware, I'm willing to reason I'd be able to strike a deal with 2 or 3 other developers other than BFL...

Interesting! Three hours prior to the $1M USD transaction, this...

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Claims are now closed.

The law officer is the same used by the HashTrade two main principles going back several years: https://virtualprocessingsolutions.com/claims

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qpage at mylawyr dot com

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Law Offices of Carlos M. Fleites
ATTN: Quentin A. Page
407 Lincoln Road, Suite 12-E
Miami Beach, FL 33139
USA

Granted, I may have a couple facts not quite correct in the above, but I sure the fuck do have the gist of the situation nailed.

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August 27, 2014, 09:10:05 AM
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How is it that you're always at the ready to reply to my posts when they refer to you after being absent for a spell?

Just because I don't throw up with my keyboard all over the forum does not mean I am not keeping tabs on what is going on.

I am acutely aware of what is / is not happening with HashFast.


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Again with Coinware/Liquidbits!  Why?  What's the point? Am I responsible for bringing the topic back?  All I said initially what that I feared we might come to regret their proposition.  Perhaps I should have said "Let's do everything in our limited power to not come to regret their plan".  Let's move on already! They have not been in the loop for some time now, other than being a creditor -- and by very far the largest of all, from what I have read.  They made a proposition to the committee, they argued for it in court and answered questions on this forum (no one else so far did the same). The committee rejected it, the judge rejected their deadline, they went their way.  Is there more, besides the very easily verifiable fact that neither Coinware nor Liquidbits are registered in the British Ocean Territory but in the United States of America?  If anything, the above posts seem to indicate that Coinware / LQB would have had the financial wherewithal to actually pull off the creditor's mega-mine -- but then, again, how is it relevant today?  Who cares?  That ship sailed a while back.  End of story.

The committee said they had other offers on the table, the only thing we saw was the CRO being nominated.  

I think that the only thing that really matters today is: Are there indeed other propositions on the table and if so what might they be?  I have not been able to find out (besides the eventual, possible, nebulous projects such as the Franchise mine for which I never could find any details besides rumors).  The CRO is quiet, perhaps he is working out a deal, or simply preparing to liquidate what's left of the assets at auction.  Anyone knows?  That would be the "gist" of the situation.  The committee should know.  I am sure they are in contact with the CRO.  It is sensible.  Can't they give us any information?  It's hard to imagine that "nothing" is going on.
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August 27, 2014, 02:01:48 PM
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Guys...
Today, I received another 2 letters from US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California.

First letter provides an advise about filing a claim. Which I already did online and I also send a letter directly to Office of The Clerk US Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California. Office of The Clerk replied that they received my form online and that I am already on the list of creditors.

Second letter provides a list of all creditors. I have not found my name on the list again.

I realy don't understand it. What should I think about it now. Does anyone know why I am still not on the list despite the confirmation from the clerk?

For me it's the opposite. I found my name on the list but they still sent me that letter about registering my claim. I think it's safe to say that if they have your name on the creditors list then you don't need to file your claim again. If I were you I'd file the claim again and also send a letter asking them to confirm that I'm on the list and or to send you an updated creditors list (with your name on it).


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August 27, 2014, 04:58:16 PM
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Again with Coinware/Liquidbits!  Why?  What's the point? Am I responsible for bringing the topic back?  All I said initially what that I feared we might come to regret their proposition.  Perhaps I should have said "Let's do everything in our limited power to not come to regret their plan".  Let's move on already! They have not been in the loop for some time now, other than being a creditor -- and by very far the largest of all, from what I have read.  They made a proposition to the committee, they argued for it in court and answered questions on this forum (no one else so far did the same). The committee rejected it, the judge rejected their deadline, they went their way.  Is there more, besides the very easily verifiable fact that neither Coinware nor Liquidbits are registered in the British Ocean Territory but in the United States of America?  If anything, the above posts seem to indicate that Coinware / LQB would have had the financial wherewithal to actually pull off the creditor's mega-mine -- but then, again, how is it relevant today?  Who cares?  That ship sailed a while back.  End of story.

The committee said they had other offers on the table, the only thing we saw was the CRO being nominated.  

I think that the only thing that really matters today is: Are there indeed other propositions on the table and if so what might they be?  I have not been able to find out (besides the eventual, possible, nebulous projects such as the Franchise mine for which I never could find any details besides rumors).  The CRO is quiet, perhaps he is working out a deal, or simply preparing to liquidate what's left of the assets at auction.  Anyone knows?  That would be the "gist" of the situation.  The committee should know.  I am sure they are in contact with the CRO.  It is sensible.  Can't they give us any information?  It's hard to imagine that "nothing" is going on.

The point being is that all these major Bitcoin Camp are interwoven to one degree or another nefariously.

Another "time is everything" quote: http://www.chipestimate.tv/aboutus.php

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"Time to market is critical in the fast emerging bitcoin mining market," remarkjavascript:void(0);s Josh Lee, founder and CEO of Uniquify, who notes that the design highlights the quality of Uniquify’s work. "First silicon worked as expected, proving Uniquify and HashFast can deliver leading-edge silicon in a short timeframe, and a testament to Uniquify’s expertise and ability to quickly turn a design without sacrificing quality."

I'm still curious if Josh (Jung) Lee is related to Charles Lee.

FYI: http://www.chipestimate.com/dac2008/presentations/cebatech.pdf

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Chad Spackman Title or job function CTO, Founder


http://www.scribd.com/doc/228713882/US-Bankruptcy-Court-Hashfast-llc-List-of-Equity-Security-Holders





Compare the list above with what's on this list and see how Chad Spackman truly made out: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:HGKRj7gx9BcJ:www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/vprr/0000/0504/05049895.pdf+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

Feel free to explore other names on the list, starting with James de Castro, while I do the same.

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:HGKRj7gx9BcJ:www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/vprr/0000/0504/05049895.pdf+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

For someone with such a great past there should be more than enough evidence backing up his profile, like papers he wrote, talks he gave at conferences and such..

A remarkable point is at least, for all combos of his name and a company from his linkedin-profile, the first hit is always his linkedin-profile - doesn't increase confidence.

Btw: check this profile, too
http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=9921043&privcapId=1994285&previousCapId=1994285&previousTitle=iVivity,%20Inc.
 "This person is connected to 0 Board Members in 0 different organizations across 0 different industries."
 
maybe another person, since this finding is not mentioned on his linkedin-profile ?!
http://www.oit.gatech.edu/content/about-oit

minor inconsistency found:
http://www.solidoaktech.com/executive.html says Jim O'Connor is still executive
while linked in profile shows this as his past


quick google shots lead me the following results:
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 General Electric:
 only found Matthew J. O’Connor - same person ? If so why 'Matthew J' instead of Jim ??
 http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/08/20/carlyle-hires-g-e-executive-for-power-investment-team/?ref=generalelectriccompany&_r=0

 Star Technologies:
 nothing found

 Broadband Technologies:
 nothing found

 Nortel (Networks?!):
 nothing found

 Zagros Networks:
 nothing found

 SMSC:
 nothing found

 Altior Inc.:  http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Jim-O%27Connor/1636630158 (easy to fake)
                        http://www.insideview.com/directory/altior-inc => shows 'http://www.cebatech.com/' as website for Altior Inc.
                                                                                                               and this domain is registered, only - no content at all => very fishy

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 techjim.com found here http://occcsa.com/rfc/rfc2701.htm (no, he did not work on the rfc, just konverted the doc to html)
 doesn't look like a page of any kind of professional
  http://techjim.com
  http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:JSocfDj7OsIJ:techjim.com/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk

 occcsa.com belongs to JAMES O'Connor with mail address jim@techjim.com

JAMES O'Connor looks quite similar to JIM O'Connor, no?
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:DPiYBBSSC8IJ:https://profile.usgs.gov/oconnor/+&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk

http://web.archive.org/web/20060215132317/http://www.cebatech.com/executive.html

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Tim Sullivan

Founder, President/CEO & Chairman

Tim is a seasoned executive whose career has spanned both startups and large corporations. Most recently, Tim was the President of Lucent's Optical Networking division with P&L responsibilities exceeding $3 billion in revenue. Prior to that he served as Chief Operating Officer for Lucent's Optical Networking Group after joining Lucent in 1998 as VP/GM Optical Area Networking, where he led the establishment of a new business involving edge and server based products. In 1993, he founded Connectware, Inc., an ATM application solutions company, where he served as CEO/President, and grew revenues to $50 million. Beginning in 1985, Tim spent eight years as Vice President at Northern Telecom (Nortel), first directing the Bell Northern Research customer premise, inter-exchange carrier and wireless development operations in the U.S., and later ran the Nortel data networking business where a worldwide data network win resulted in revenues exceeding $500 million. Tim began his career with IBM and his responsibilities included Product Development and Marketing leadership roles in IBM's Data Networking business as well as the leadership and introduction of the network management portfolio. Mr. Sullivan holds a BSEE degree from the University of Notre Dame.


Chad Spackman

Founder & CTO

Chad Spackman has 15 years of semiconductor design and is regarded as a veteran in the ASIC/semiconductor industry. Achievements include over a dozen analog designs for various foundries, six large-scale communications ASIC designs in the communications sector, and most recently designed a complete TCP/IP TOE engine that was licensed to a major semiconductor company. He began his career as Senior Engineer with Fischer & Porter, led ASIC design for Connectware, Inc. and served as co-founder and President of Sandgate Technologies. Mr. Spackman holds a Bachelor of Physics, and Bachelor and Master's degrees in engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and Penn State University respectively. He is also the co-author of five patents in the semiconductor field.


Adrian Port

Founder & Chief Technologist, Networking and Communications

Adrian Port has over 20 years of experience in R&D, encompassing software development, as well as complex communication ASICs in the ATM and Ethernet industries and related board/box level products. Mr. Port led the development effort that completed the TCP/IP TOE engine licensed to a major semiconductor company. Adrian spent fourteen years with Fischer & Porter in areas including ASIC development and fast packet switching systems, directed ATM ASIC development for Connectware, Inc. and served as co-founder and President of Sandgate Technologies. Mr. Port holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Monash University (Australia), and an MBA in Finance from The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, in both cases graduating with distinction. He is also the co-author, with Chad Spackman, of five patents in the semiconductor field.


Jon Wells

Founder & Chief Technologist, EDA Tools

Jon Wells has over 20 years of experience in R&D projects, most recently completing the entire ASIC simulation test environment as used for the TCP/IP TOE engine. Mr. Wells is an expert in software and operating system design, compiler design, and ASIC hardware description languages. Jon was a member of the Computer Science staff at Monash University where his assignments included I/O multiprocessor design, logic simulation and verification. He served as principal engineer at Fischer & Porter developing VLSI devices, including the implementation of hardware description languages and logic synthesis systems. He served as team leader for hardware descriptive language and compiler design at Connectware Inc. and Sandgate Technologies.


Sherry Hess

Vice President of Business Development

With more than 15 years of EDA experience, Ms. Hess joins CebaTech and brings with her domestic and international sales, marketing, support, and managerial expertise. Prior to joining CebaTech, Ms. Hess served as Ansoft's Vice President, Marketing from 2000 to 2005 where she was responsible for worldwide marketing of Ansoft’s high-performance EDA software product lines.

Sherry, who joined Ansoft in May 1990 as a sales and support engineer, was instrumental in setting up new semiconductor / major accounts throughout North America. In May 1995, Sherry was promoted to Director of European Operations. In this role, she was responsible for all company operations throughout Europe.

Before joining Ansoft, Sherry spent two years with Intel Corporation, where she worked in the ASIC Group and developed relationships with companies such as Bell Northern Research and Northern Telecom.
Sherry holds a BSEE and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

http://www.guugll.eu/hashfast-open-sources-bitcoin-asic/

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CGMiner is an open source bitcoin mining driver that has been developed for a wide range of GPU, FPGA and ASIC miners. Adrian Port, one of HashFast’s Lead ASIC Engineers has been working with the CGMiner team to implement HashFast’s protocol. They have been using the CGMiner drivers internally while developing the GWQ interface.

https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=72236397&authType=name&authToken=QplW&trk=prof-sb-browse_map-name

In the above, Chad Sparkman doesn't mention Bitcoin as if it's some taboo subject, but he does own an entity in the Philadelphia area, one that may have been used by Joshua Zipkin of AMT.

http://web.archive.org/web/20120605025806/http://www.cebatech.com/

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Our Mission...

Altior's mission is to offer strategic and innovative high performance hardware/software solutions to the networking and storage markets. Altior’s platform solutions are designed to be cost-effective, energy-efficient, and deliver realizable value to customers by enhancing system performance, reducing development time, and achieving faster time to market.

Back to Jim O'Connor of CoinTerra.

Dr David likes his privacy, so his name has been removed from the website.
I'm going to just preserve this here for future reference, so people won't need to dig through some archives or caches.

Cointerra/Team
 
Cointerra boasts a highly experienced engineering team of semiconductor architects and designers who have previously designed some of the world’s highest performance CPUs, GPUs and chipsets for Nvidia, Intel, Samsung, Qualcomm and Nortel. Having worked on several generations of low-power mobile devices, our team brings tremendous experience in power efficient circuitry, design methodology and implementation to the exciting new frontier of Bitcoin mining.

Executive team

The architecture, design and development effort is lead by : Ravi Iyengar, Dr. David Tannenbaum, and Jim O’Connor. The Advisory Board is headed by Dr. Naveed Sherwani.
 
Ravi Iyengar
FOUNDER & CEO

http://www.linkedin.com/in/ravidiyengar

Before founding Cointerra, Ravi was a Lead CPU Architect at Samsung Corporation. Ravi brings with him 15 years of industry experience in Architecture, Design and Verification in CPU, GPU, Desktop/Server Chipsets and ASIC Cores, and years of leadership experience in top Semi-conductor companies like Samsung, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, and Intel. Ravi has a Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering from Wright State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, India.
 
Dr. David Tannenbaum
Chief Architect

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/david-tannenbaum/12/4b6/647

David works as a Consultant Architect & Designer at Cointerra. He is a Principal Engineer at NVIDIA Corporation and has over 25 years of experience in the industry. He brings with him vast experience in the design of arithmetic intensive logic including single, double precision floating-point, custom floating-point, IEEE formats, transcendental support, fused multiply-add, integer operations, conversions, logical operations, custom instructions, exponentiation, logarithms. Inventor on 20+ patents. David has a Ph.D in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Jim O’Connor
VP of Engineering

http://www.linkedin.com/in/jgoconnor

Over 35 years of experience in design and management. Jim has held management positions at Altior Inc(now Exar), SMSC(now Microchip), iVivity, Zagros Networks and Orologic(now Vitesse Semiconductor), Nortel Semiconductor and BroadBand Technologies.  

Jim has also held lead design positions at BroadBand Technologies, Star Technologies, General Electric, and Teledyne. His experience includes SOC design and verification, Assertion-Based Verification, physical design, systems design, software and firmware in graphics, datacom, telecom and security.

Jim is a graduate of General Electric’s Edison Engineering program and holds B.S. and M. Eng. Degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Louisville’s Speed Scientific School.

 
Dr. Naveed Sherwani
Advisor

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/naveed-sherwani/0/89/2a7

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-Silicon

Co-Founder, President & CEO of Open Silicon. Prior to co-founding Open-Silicon, Dr. Sherwani was the founder and General Manager of Intel Microelectronics Services where he led efforts to promote the use of disciplined ASIC methodologies to improve design efficiency and time-to-market. He currently chairs the GSA (Global Semiconductor Association) Technical Steering Committee.

Dr. Sherwani co-architected the Intel microprocessor design methodology and environment that has been used in several leading microprocessors. Prior to joining Intel, he worked as a consultant for various telecommunications and computer companies, mainly focusing on ASIC design flow and cell library design to improve time-to-market.

Dr. Sherwani is the author of textbook on Physical Design, which is widely used as the main textbook at major universities around the world. In addition, he has authored or co-authored three books and over 100 articles on various aspects of Physical Design Automation and ASICs.


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August 27, 2014, 06:48:15 PM
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List of 20 largest creditors:

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

http://web.archive.org/web/20140827184109/http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

Most these names are related to HashFast of which they want to pay themselves first. Hell, I'm beginning to believe that LiquidBits didn't give a dime to HashFast, and only made a bogus claim on paper. Greg Bachrach is not listed as LiquidBits since its founding or even now, yet there he is front and center with his hand out.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/237907113/Sandgate-Technologies-PA-Business-status



Ironically, Adam Ettinger, HashFast's former lawyer, is now on Team Sandlot.

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.170.pdf

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Ms. Hushen testified that Mr. Spackman is a principal of Sandgate Technologies, an Australian company. I
understand its other principals are Adrian Port and John Wells. Chad Spackman, the Port Family Trust and the
Wells Family Trust (non-cash contributors) each received 666,667 shares of Class A stock in the Parent upon its
formation. [See Case No. 14-30866, List of Equity Security Holders, Pacer Docket #5.]

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August 28, 2014, 05:44:56 AM
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Looks like the BitCrane T-110 is using HF boards:

http://www.bitcrane.com/down/T-110_en.pdf

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/news/review-bitcrane-t-110-1-1-ths-watercooled-bitcoin-asic-miner/2014/08/28

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/20140826_013915.jpg

Anybody know more about these guys?

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August 28, 2014, 07:55:22 PM
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List of 20 largest creditors:

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

http://web.archive.org/web/20140827184109/http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

Most these names are related to HashFast of which they want to pay themselves first. Hell, I'm beginning to believe that LiquidBits didn't give a dime to HashFast, and only made a bogus claim on paper. Greg Bachrach is not listed as LiquidBits since its founding or even now, yet there he is front and center with his hand out.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/237907113/Sandgate-Technologies-PA-Business-status



Ironically, Adam Ettinger, HashFast's former lawyer, is now on Team Sandlot.

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.170.pdf

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Ms. Hushen testified that Mr. Spackman is a principal of Sandgate Technologies, an Australian company. I
understand its other principals are Adrian Port and John Wells. Chad Spackman, the Port Family Trust and the
Wells Family Trust (non-cash contributors) each received 666,667 shares of Class A stock in the Parent upon its
formation. [See Case No. 14-30866, List of Equity Security Holders, Pacer Docket #5.]


LiquidBits did intact put $6M into HF.  Who cares.  All this posting about who is legally owned by who just shows how ignorant everyone is as it all doesn't matter.  What the HECK is going on now that the all mighty CRO on behalf of the creditors committee is in place?  Nobody at HF answers the phone, no news updates, no nothing.  Typical stall and pay legal bills to screw the creditors further?!  We are doomed.
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August 28, 2014, 08:10:06 PM
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List of 20 largest creditors:

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

http://web.archive.org/web/20140827184109/http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

Most these names are related to HashFast of which they want to pay themselves first. Hell, I'm beginning to believe that LiquidBits didn't give a dime to HashFast, and only made a bogus claim on paper. Greg Bachrach is not listed as LiquidBits since its founding or even now, yet there he is front and center with his hand out.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/237907113/Sandgate-Technologies-PA-Business-status



Ironically, Adam Ettinger, HashFast's former lawyer, is now on Team Sandlot.

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.170.pdf

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Ms. Hushen testified that Mr. Spackman is a principal of Sandgate Technologies, an Australian company. I
understand its other principals are Adrian Port and John Wells. Chad Spackman, the Port Family Trust and the
Wells Family Trust (non-cash contributors) each received 666,667 shares of Class A stock in the Parent upon its
formation. [See Case No. 14-30866, List of Equity Security Holders, Pacer Docket #5.]


LiquidBits did intact put $6M into HF.  Who cares.  All this posting about who is legally owned by who just shows how ignorant everyone is as it all doesn't matter.  What the HECK is going on now that the all mighty CRO on behalf of the creditors committee is in place?  Nobody at HF answers the phone, no news updates, no nothing.  Typical stall and pay legal bills to screw the creditors further?!  We are doomed.


+1 I just want to know when we are going to get some money back and how much??? What % of the original purchase price, because that is what it will boil down to, meanwhile I continue to receive mail about this lawyer representing the committee and that lawyer filing a motion for this that and the other!!! It's all so damn confusing and appears to me that everyone who can earn a fee off the back of us unfortunate creditors is doing so.... The longer this stalls the more $$$ they make. It's just one scam after another even the legal system can't be trusted to act in an appropriate manner to protect our best interests, we are all doomed!! And lucky to receive a penny! I just want things to start moving faster and I deserve answers!

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August 28, 2014, 08:56:45 PM
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List of 20 largest creditors:

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

http://web.archive.org/web/20140827184109/http://hashfast.org/14-30725.148.pdf

Most these names are related to HashFast of which they want to pay themselves first. Hell, I'm beginning to believe that LiquidBits didn't give a dime to HashFast, and only made a bogus claim on paper. Greg Bachrach is not listed as LiquidBits since its founding or even now, yet there he is front and center with his hand out.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/237907113/Sandgate-Technologies-PA-Business-status

http://s9.postimg.org/ujsl2slin/Sandgate.jpg

Ironically, Adam Ettinger, HashFast's former lawyer, is now on Team Sandlot.

http://hashfast.org/14-30725.170.pdf

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Ms. Hushen testified that Mr. Spackman is a principal of Sandgate Technologies, an Australian company. I
understand its other principals are Adrian Port and John Wells. Chad Spackman, the Port Family Trust and the
Wells Family Trust (non-cash contributors) each received 666,667 shares of Class A stock in the Parent upon its
formation. [See Case No. 14-30866, List of Equity Security Holders, Pacer Docket #5.]


LiquidBits did intact put $6M into HF.  Who cares.  All this posting about who is legally owned by who just shows how ignorant everyone is as it all doesn't matter.  What the HECK is going on now that the all mighty CRO on behalf of the creditors committee is in place?  Nobody at HF answers the phone, no news updates, no nothing.  Typical stall and pay legal bills to screw the creditors further?!  We are doomed.


+1 I just want to know when we are going to get some money back and how much??? What % of the original purchase price, because that is what it will boil down to, meanwhile I continue to receive mail about this lawyer representing the committee and that lawyer filing a motion for this that and the other!!! It's all so damn confusing and appears to me that everyone who can earn a fee off the back of us unfortunate creditors is doing so.... The longer this stalls the more $$$ they make. It's just one scam after another even the legal system can't be trusted to act in an appropriate manner to protect our best interests, we are all doomed!! And lucky to receive a penny! I just want things to start moving faster and I deserve answers!

+1 as well.  It seems that an incomprehensible amount of energy spent on trying to demonize Liquibits at all costs on this forum.  One really has to wonder why.  Pushing it to the point of remarkably idiotic "research" and reasoning fallacies.  ENOUGH with this already.  Liquidbits proposition is GONE for better or for worse.  Gone. Over.  Part of history.  Past.  Can we move on? WHAT IS GOING NOW, TODAY.  That's all that matters.  What are our options?  Why are we being kept in the dark?  Can't the committee who used to be so vocal in accusing everyone and trashing every option we might have had, provide some information  and give some news?  What is the CRO doing?
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