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Author Topic: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s  (Read 875470 times)
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August 01, 2013, 01:05:55 PM
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improved version
Code:
import random

names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]

print "Your new ASIC company name is:"
print random.choice(names1) + random.choice(names2)

Choose from: http://pastie.org/private/jyv9c4dyxoxoy4mf8pq4sg

Challenge accepted ;-)

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Code:
names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]

puts "Your new ASIC company name is: #{names1.sample}#{names2.sample}"


Beautiful! Much improved Grin.

Don't forget the option to swap things around. How about:

Code:
import random

names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]
flip = random.randrange(2)

print "Your new ASIC company name is:"
if flip == 0:
    print random.choice(names1) + random.choice(names2)
else:
    print random.choice(names2) + random.choice(names1)

I'm afraid that I didn't attempt the Ruby, my horrible Python is enough to foist on the world.

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August 01, 2013, 01:34:37 PM
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You guys keep "improving" it yet there's still 2 "Total" in all Wink

Whoops! You can tell we didn't spend long on this. Feel free to add your own adjectives, expletives etc. Maybe we need a git repo now Wink - or at least a new thread, so that we stop spamming poor HashFast.

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August 01, 2013, 02:34:02 PM
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So, if I read this correctly, FastHash plans to be shipping chips in October - not hardware incorporating these chips. Does anyone see a fault with this observation? And if there is no fault, then where would one buy the hardware to utilize the chips?
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August 01, 2013, 02:43:35 PM
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So, if I read this correctly, FastHash plans to be shipping chips in October - not hardware incorporating these chips. Does anyone see a fault with this observation? And if there is no fault, then where would one buy the hardware to utilize the chips?

And the first person falls victim of your name concatecation games  Grin

I understand it so that they will be providing complete mining solutions as well, but they have not stated it outright, only in a roundabout way.

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August 01, 2013, 02:49:47 PM
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So, if I read this correctly, FastHash plans to be shipping chips in October - not hardware incorporating these chips. Does anyone see a fault with this observation? And if there is no fault, then where would one buy the hardware to utilize the chips?

so much bla bla without any usefull information in this thread!

hashfast.com is speaking only about chips as of my information so far:

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Our first chip, the Golden Nonce (GN) microprocessor, is in the final stages of development. The GN will ‘tape-out’ and be sent to manufacturing in August. Fabrication will take a little bit over two months, and the chips will ship to customers in October.


but it tends to November??

It's not a scam. It's a legitimate company - I talked with Mr.Bateman and he confirmed that 400g/h miners will be available November 2013 at $4-5k usd.

This means miners of 1 T/Hs or more will be sold for the price of one 500g/h BFL miner

When you guys get these please do not join BTC-guild that is all

EDIT: but it could also mean chips in October and a product in November/December??
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August 01, 2013, 02:51:45 PM
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So theoretically eASIC would be a partner for a standard cell ASIC too. But I would not choose them for a 28nm implementation, because they have no proven first time right tape-outs in this technology node and there is a hard learning curve for that kind of implementations.
Which might make one wonder:  might a state machine with extremely low complexity and a simple, established core process be a good application with which to try to prove one's chops?  Just speculatin'...
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August 01, 2013, 02:58:34 PM
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but it tends to November??

It's not a scam. It's a legitimate company - I talked with Mr.Bateman and he confirmed that 400g/h miners will be available November 2013 at $4-5k usd.

This means miners of 1 T/Hs or more will be sold for the price of one 500g/h BFL miner

When you guys get these please do not join BTC-guild that is all


Can't put the chicken before the egg. The chips need to be made, before the miner can be made. So if the chips surface a few weeks earlier, the miner's will likely be sold at the following date once they have built and tested a prototype. Sounds v.similar to KnC in which they are hoping to sell as soon as they have the chip in hand, but they want to distribute further and wider and withe the choice of chips as well as devices, which makes me question the amount of hashrate sold they intend to limit as claimed. As by their own statement they don't want to flood the network, which neither do any of us want these companies to do! Undecided

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August 01, 2013, 03:02:25 PM
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but it tends to November??

It's not a scam. It's a legitimate company - I talked with Mr.Bateman and he confirmed that 400g/h miners will be available November 2013 at $4-5k usd.

This means miners of 1 T/Hs or more will be sold for the price of one 500g/h BFL miner

When you guys get these please do not join BTC-guild that is all


The chips need to be made, before the miner can be made.

I cannot read anywhere a first hand statement about a miner product.
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August 01, 2013, 03:05:55 PM
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improved version
Code:
import random

names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]

print "Your new ASIC company name is:"
print random.choice(names1) + random.choice(names2)

Choose from: http://pastie.org/private/jyv9c4dyxoxoy4mf8pq4sg

Challenge accepted ;-)

Ruby (1.9+) version

Code:
names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]

puts "Your new ASIC company name is: #{names1.sample}#{names2.sample}"


Beautiful! Much improved Grin.

Don't forget the option to swap things around. How about:

Code:
import random

names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]
flip = random.randrange(2)

print "Your new ASIC company name is:"
if flip == 0:
    print random.choice(names1) + random.choice(names2)
else:
    print random.choice(names2) + random.choice(names1)

I'm afraid that I didn't attempt the Ruby, my horrible Python is enough to foist on the world.

Overkill edition :-
Code:
import random

names1 = ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
names2 = ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"]


print "Your new ASIC company name is: %s%s"  %(random.choice(random.choice([[name1 + name2, name2 + name1] for name1 in names1 for name2 in names2])))

This will give you all possible combinations (i think)
Code:
[[name1 + name2, name2 + name1] for name1 in names1 for name2 in names2]

Waiting for the perl hacker to come up with a one liner....

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August 01, 2013, 03:11:01 PM
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I have got this answer at 25.July from KnCMiners:



Hi,

Yes, new paid orders are expected to ship in October. However please be aware that your queue placement is based on payment date, not order date.

Every order that has been paid for will ship as soon as it is produced. We do not batch ship our products.

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August 01, 2013, 03:15:33 PM
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yes, sorry me ... (BTW i hate this 360 second break for answering)
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August 01, 2013, 03:26:31 PM
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If you really want to shorten the code you can probably just do:

Code:
import random
print "Your new ASIC company name is: %s%s"  %(
    random.choice( ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
    random.choice( ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"])
)

I'm assuming "%(...)" means 'turn ... into a string' (I've never used Ruby before.  Also this doesn't give you the option of flipping the order.  But you could just use all the names in both lists, and come up with names like "BitBit" "CoinCoin" "TotalMega" and "ASICASIC")

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August 01, 2013, 03:38:20 PM
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If you really want to shorten the code you can probably just do:

Code:
import random
print "Your new ASIC company name is: %s%s"  %(
    random.choice( ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
    random.choice( ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"])
)

I'm assuming "%(...)" means 'turn ... into a string' (I've never used Ruby before.  Also this doesn't give you the option of flipping the order.  But you could just use all the names in both lists, and come up with names like "BitBit" "CoinCoin" "TotalMega" and "ASICASIC")

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August 01, 2013, 03:40:07 PM
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If you really want to shorten the code you can probably just do:

Code:
import random
print "Your new ASIC company name is: %s%s"  %(
    random.choice( ["Fast","Extreme","Total","Quick","Fury","Total","Mega","Go","Lon","Miner","Smash","Con","HandRouted","Huge","Force","Monster","Beast","Wildcat","Eruptor","CalmDown"]
    random.choice( ["Bit","Coin","Hash","SHA-256","Ava","ASIC","Miner","Crypto","Blockchain"])
)

I'm assuming "%(...)" means 'turn ... into a string' (I've never used Ruby before.  Also this doesn't give you the option of flipping the order.  But you could just use all the names in both lists, and come up with names like "BitBit" "CoinCoin" "TotalMega" and "ASICASIC")

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August 01, 2013, 11:04:29 PM
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You guys crack me up when the post looses its focus Smiley



Its about Hash Fast! 400Gh/s chips! Excited!  Grin

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August 02, 2013, 01:13:53 AM
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Hashfast FPGA update;

http://hashfast.com/fpga-xilinx-vertix-7/

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You guys crack me up when the post looses its focus Smiley



Its about Hash Fast! 400Gh/s chips! Excited!  Grin

http://hashfast.com/fpga-xilinx-vertix-7/

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August 02, 2013, 10:43:42 AM
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seem so easy to announce the new chip...

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August 02, 2013, 11:35:13 AM
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Looking at their site CSS there's evidence of setting up the presales process to be an auction.
(WooCommerce auction plugin for Wordpress if you want to take a look)

Interesting idea... Maybe all looking for preorders place their bid and HashFast takes the top n high bids or something at a closing date. Haven't worked out if this would be good or bad. In fact it could backfire and result in lower prices than they'd like and we all pay less!  Grin

Maybe they're not even considering an auction and it's part of the template. Who knows...

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August 02, 2013, 12:07:33 PM
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There's a Russian saying which loosely translate to "Divvying up the hide of an unkilled bear" -- sort-a like the English "Counting your chickens before they're hatched," but with a morbid twist.
In plain English:

There is no 28nm chip.  
There is no chip at all.  
There is no maskset.  
There is no evidence there ever will be a chip.  
There is no "target" to "Stay on."
There is a fresh wordpress site & a bunch posts on a forum.
There is just ... nothing.
What's the best way to sell  nothing?

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