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Author Topic: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s  (Read 865596 times)
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December 08, 2013, 04:58:48 PM
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Well, now that it seems that the shipment is really close and HF is not going to offer any kind of hosting, which is the best hosting option out there ?
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December 08, 2013, 05:03:37 PM
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I did a little research about what did happen with my BTC if I ordered a BabyJet in August 2013. the address below seems to me is a HashFast Bitcoin address:

https://blockchain.info/de/address/12sENwECeRSmTeDwyLNqwh47JistZqFmW8

background is to get information if the BTC still is available if the fail to deliver by 31 December 2013.

EDIT: BabyJet Batch 1 are 570 devices. But not all paid with BTC.
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December 08, 2013, 05:42:54 PM
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^^yes, it is a HashFast address. tx below is also connected with this address by serveral corners.

Alright iCE... seeing as how you are happy with your 12 month payback.  How about we test your sincerity.

I will offer you 2 batch 1 BabyJets for 10 btc less than I paid.  I can prove payment of over 89btc https://blockchain.info/tx/b97e4a16ebf5e7da03a32e0c31fe04de69c29ddde689f2c03f0ccb5c67ae7075 and am willing to sell this pre-order to you for the bargain basement deal of the century of only 79btc.

I'm basically giving you $12,000 USD in the next 12 months according to your math.

Interested?
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December 08, 2013, 05:52:57 PM
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same here, also connected with the address above.

When I ordered (Before August 15th), I used direct Bitcoin transfer to an address. No BitPay. They send me a nice form with an address to send bitcoins too:
and what happened with the BTC in that address? It is still sitting there? Or did it move? Was it unique for you? Or a gathering address?

Not sitting there anymore. Unique for me, not a gathering address initially, but seems to have moved to this gathering address and out:

33,901 in total BTC received from August 06- October 24th:
https://blockchain.info/address/17hCi8apMUkzzLLJgUwfXxRJuykuo5Lcur
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December 08, 2013, 06:39:14 PM
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same here, also connected with the address above.

When I ordered (Before August 15th), I used direct Bitcoin transfer to an address. No BitPay. They send me a nice form with an address to send bitcoins too:
and what happened with the BTC in that address? It is still sitting there? Or did it move? Was it unique for you? Or a gathering address?

Not sitting there anymore. Unique for me, not a gathering address initially, but seems to have moved to this gathering address and out:

33,901 in total BTC received from August 06- October 24th:
https://blockchain.info/address/17hCi8apMUkzzLLJgUwfXxRJuykuo5Lcur

So what does this mean? If they still have BTC they could refund everyone that paid in BTC if they wanted?

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December 08, 2013, 06:41:30 PM
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same here, also connected with the address above.

When I ordered (Before August 15th), I used direct Bitcoin transfer to an address. No BitPay. They send me a nice form with an address to send bitcoins too:
and what happened with the BTC in that address? It is still sitting there? Or did it move? Was it unique for you? Or a gathering address?

Not sitting there anymore. Unique for me, not a gathering address initially, but seems to have moved to this gathering address and out:

33,901 in total BTC received from August 06- October 24th:
https://blockchain.info/address/17hCi8apMUkzzLLJgUwfXxRJuykuo5Lcur

So what does this mean? If they still have BTC they could refund everyone that paid in BTC if they wanted?

I'm pretty sure they wouldn't want to do that.   Cheesy 

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December 08, 2013, 06:43:47 PM
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same here, also connected with the address above.

When I ordered (Before August 15th), I used direct Bitcoin transfer to an address. No BitPay. They send me a nice form with an address to send bitcoins too:
and what happened with the BTC in that address? It is still sitting there? Or did it move? Was it unique for you? Or a gathering address?

Not sitting there anymore. Unique for me, not a gathering address initially, but seems to have moved to this gathering address and out:

33,901 in total BTC received from August 06- October 24th:
https://blockchain.info/address/17hCi8apMUkzzLLJgUwfXxRJuykuo5Lcur

So what does this mean? If they still have BTC they could refund everyone that paid in BTC if they wanted?
yes, I assume they are prepared for this case if they fail to deliver by 31 December 2013. I further assume Barber is also active with Bitcoin since the early days.
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December 08, 2013, 07:48:39 PM
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I don't want to sound like an ass but they lied.  If your grateful for waiting for two months then good for you son,  good for you

All ASIC manufacturers have been late, or have not delivered at all. I came into this expecting the chance of a delay. I guess I'm just conditioned to waiting a year and 3 months at BFL. I was in the first month of orders. But the light at the end of the tunnel came soon.

That's not true.  The less reputable ones have been late but the ones that have turned out to be good have been upfront with accurate time lines and have given partial refunds to compensate for delays.

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December 08, 2013, 08:29:34 PM
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same here, also connected with the address above.

When I ordered (Before August 15th), I used direct Bitcoin transfer to an address. No BitPay. They send me a nice form with an address to send bitcoins too:
and what happened with the BTC in that address? It is still sitting there? Or did it move? Was it unique for you? Or a gathering address?

Not sitting there anymore. Unique for me, not a gathering address initially, but seems to have moved to this gathering address and out:

33,901 in total BTC received from August 06- October 24th:
https://blockchain.info/address/17hCi8apMUkzzLLJgUwfXxRJuykuo5Lcur

So what does this mean? If they still have BTC they could refund everyone that paid in BTC if they wanted?

I'm pretty sure they wouldn't want to do that.   Cheesy  

It's not what you think they would do or not. There's no room for any interpretation. Make no mistake, they will need to refund in BTC. That's the currency they stole from us. The same exact currency that also the MPP is based on.
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December 08, 2013, 09:27:31 PM
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I did a little research about what did happen with my BTC if I ordered a BabyJet in August 2013. the address below seems to me is a HashFast Bitcoin address:

https://blockchain.info/de/address/12sENwECeRSmTeDwyLNqwh47JistZqFmW8

background is to get information if the BTC still is available if the fail to deliver by 31 December 2013.


That address 12sENwECeRSmTeDwyLNqwh47JistZqFmW8 with 224,801 bitcoins belongs to bitstamp, there is really no way to know for sure if HashFast is just holding the received bitcoins in their bitstamp or if they have already sold the bitcoins for USD.  My guess is they have already sold most of their bitcoins for USD to pay for building the system.  I would not be keeping a large sum of bitcoins with an exchange no matter how reputable, considering there has been so much cases of thief of funds (mostly by insiders).

"Direct BTC Transfers utilize the exchange rate posted on bitstamp.net."
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December 08, 2013, 09:31:49 PM
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I did a little research about what did happen with my BTC if I ordered a BabyJet in August 2013. the address below seems to me is a HashFast Bitcoin address:

https://blockchain.info/de/address/12sENwECeRSmTeDwyLNqwh47JistZqFmW8

background is to get information if the BTC still is available if the fail to deliver by 31 December 2013.


That address 12sENwECeRSmTeDwyLNqwh47JistZqFmW8 with 224,801 bitcoins belongs to bitstamp, there is really no way to know for sure if HashFast is just holding the received bitcoins in their bitstamp or if they have already sold the bitcoins for USD.  My guess is they have already sold most of their bitcoins for USD to pay for building the system.  I would not be keeping a large sum of bitcoins with an exchange no matter how reputable, considering there has been so much cases of thief of funds (mostly by insiders).

"Direct BTC Transfers utilize the exchange rate posted on bitstamp.net."

ok, it seems you are right. sorry for the hope I provided with my posts but it was also for my own hope. cannot believe they did not hedge against the case they fail to deliver. it's not professionell.
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December 08, 2013, 09:33:42 PM
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"Direct BTC Transfers utilize the exchange rate posted on bitstamp.net."
They where using MtGox rate when i ordered. On a completely unrelated note, how do you know that the address belongs to Bitstamp?

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Bitcointa.lk - Replace "Bitcointalk.org" with "Bitcointa.lk" in this url to see how this page looks like on a proper forum (Announcement Thread)
Hashfast.org - Wiki for screwed customers
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December 08, 2013, 10:32:02 PM
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"Direct BTC Transfers utilize the exchange rate posted on bitstamp.net."
They where using MtGox rate when i ordered. On a completely unrelated note, how do you know that the address belongs to Bitstamp?

Nobody knows for sure, but there are some evidences pointing to Bitstamp.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2013/11/23/heres-who-probably-did-that-massive-150000000-bitcoin-transaction/

"About half of the transactions sending bitcoins to this 12sENw address between August 29 and November 14 were from addresses we had associated with Bitstamp. This could be true for a lot of reasons (a heavyweight user withdrawing their bitcoins, for example), but there were a few other weird things I saw that made me think otherwise.

For example, a lot of the bitcoins that flowed out of the 12sENw address went to one of two other addresses: 1Drt3c8 and (especially recently) 1HBa5. The former of these addresses we have tagged as Bitstamp, and the latter is often within one hop of a known Bitstamp address (e.g., it has also sent a lot of bitcoins to 1Drt3c8)."
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December 09, 2013, 12:01:54 AM
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"Direct BTC Transfers utilize the exchange rate posted on bitstamp.net."
They where using MtGox rate when i ordered. On a completely unrelated note, how do you know that the address belongs to Bitstamp?

Nobody knows for sure, but there are some evidences pointing to Bitstamp.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2013/11/23/heres-who-probably-did-that-massive-150000000-bitcoin-transaction/

"About half of the transactions sending bitcoins to this 12sENw address between August 29 and November 14 were from addresses we had associated with Bitstamp. This could be true for a lot of reasons (a heavyweight user withdrawing their bitcoins, for example), but there were a few other weird things I saw that made me think otherwise.

For example, a lot of the bitcoins that flowed out of the 12sENw address went to one of two other addresses: 1Drt3c8 and (especially recently) 1HBa5. The former of these addresses we have tagged as Bitstamp, and the latter is often within one hop of a known Bitstamp address (e.g., it has also sent a lot of bitcoins to 1Drt3c8)."

HF is holding a lot of bitcoins.. you can count on it.... why hold fiat?  you pull enough fiat to pay bills.. the rest you leave in btc...

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December 09, 2013, 05:55:41 AM
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So... have we heard any official performance/power efficiency numbers for the production chip with the special non-shorting production substrate and hot off the line PCB?

The only thing that I saw was the test chip they looked at had 95 of 96 cores functioning, but no tested max speed and/or power draw at the tested speeds.

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December 09, 2013, 08:07:56 AM
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So... have we heard any official performance/power efficiency numbers for the production chip with the special non-shorting production substrate and hot off the line PCB?

The only thing that I saw was the test chip they looked at had 95 of 96 cores functioning, but no tested max speed and/or power draw at the tested speeds.

This is what I want to know too!
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December 09, 2013, 03:59:34 PM
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They had one whole day to test it, and i expected some screaming results from their twitter account by now... Makes me wonder... USD refunds for everyone!

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Bitcointa.lk - Replace "Bitcointalk.org" with "Bitcointa.lk" in this url to see how this page looks like on a proper forum (Announcement Thread)
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December 09, 2013, 04:01:08 PM
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They had one whole day to test it, and i expected some screaming results from their twitter account by now... Makes me wonder... USD refunds for everyone!

paid with BTC, order ack is in BTC, refund will be in BTC.
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December 09, 2013, 04:26:29 PM
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They had one whole day to test it, and i expected some screaming results from their twitter account by now... Makes me wonder... USD refunds for everyone!

paid with BTC, order ack is in BTC, refund will be in BTC.

This is the only reason I ordered first batch.

For what? To exchange 50 BTC against 8 BTC?
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December 09, 2013, 04:29:05 PM
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They had one whole day to test it, and i expected some screaming results from their twitter account by now... Makes me wonder... USD refunds for everyone!

paid with BTC, order ack is in BTC, refund will be in BTC.

This is the only reason I ordered first batch.

If any of you expect that, you're all idiots.

They only use btc as payment system, not currency.

No they cant refund everyone with the same amount of btc..... its not feasible. Gee.... stupid as stupid does.
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