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Author Topic: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s  (Read 875470 times)
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January 24, 2014, 04:11:52 PM
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SHIPPING UPDATE: BATCH 1
http://hashfast.com/shipping-update-batch-1_jan23/

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We have started shipping and producing in bulk. Some of you have already received and are using Baby Jets or Sierras with great success. We can’t tell you how pleased we are to hear this.

For the past few weeks, we focused all our resources on getting everything we needed ready for bulk production and shipping. Unfortunately, this has meant we haven’t kept you as updated on the progress of assembly, testing and production as we would’ve liked.

We’ve been glad to hear that our customers out in the real world are satisfied with the hashing performance they are seeing — some users have even reported success getting their rigs to perform at rates much higher than our specifications. This is great news!

We know that the roll out was a bit rocky. It’s the most advanced, cutting edge technology in Bitcoin mining today. We’ve now got the most powerful hashing machines on the planet, and that type of advancement doesn’t always come easy. But the good news is, despite all the initial challenges, we’ve delivered on our promise — a 28nm ASIC chip that is unmatched in the industry.

For those of you who have received your machine(s), we will be setting up additional resources to assist you and keep you updated. Expect to hear more about this in the coming days. In the meantime, we want to hear your hashing stories! Please feel free to contact us via our social media accounts, or post to the message boards.

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January 24, 2014, 04:17:35 PM
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we’ve delivered on our promise

Some balls... Did they hire Inaba?
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January 24, 2014, 04:21:29 PM
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I got a call from HashFast yesterday saying that my BJ was shipped out by FedEx the day before (Wednesday night).

They said they'd send me the tracking number by e-mail shortly.

It's now a day later and no tracking number, and no BJ. 

I have no idea what is going on. Has anyone else had this happen?
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January 24, 2014, 06:23:00 PM
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we’ve delivered on our promise

Some balls... Did they hire Inaba?

Yes, this is a bit arrogant. As if it was their only promise.

The promise was 400 GHs shipping October 20-30. They conveniently left out the delivery promises and they make all the difference to HF customers.

The burn-in 'gift' is also a bit of a joke consideringing ever reaching ROI is completely out of the window for any Batch 1 customer.

After running my BJ on Eligius for an entire night it is reporting 399.23 Gh/s   average hashrate. (Minepeon is reporting 425).



Have not checked power consumption yet. Overall it is still a clear case of overpromise & underdeliver with some arrogance sprinkled on top.

 
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January 24, 2014, 06:36:55 PM
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Hashrate(?):   17,196,049 GH/s
This is increasing pritty fast now

BTC is crashing to

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January 24, 2014, 06:48:34 PM
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Anyone rec'd BTC refund?

Bitcoinica still has not given me 50% of my claim of 600 BTC
INTERSANGO can go down with bitcoinica for abandoning customers
Alberto Armandi is a SCAMMER
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January 24, 2014, 07:53:22 PM
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Hashrate(?):   17,196,049 GH/s
This is increasing pritty fast now

BTC is crashing to

LOL,  crashing down to 800 dollars!

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January 24, 2014, 08:04:38 PM
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In the meantime, we want to hear your hashing stories!

My hashing story

01/24/2014

Still not hashing
 
Stuff was promised to be shipped end of October 2013
 
Paid 61 BTC

Getting anxious if I will be able to mine this back.
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January 24, 2014, 08:12:30 PM
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Some balls... Did they hire Inaba?
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January 24, 2014, 08:14:14 PM
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In the meantime, we want to hear your hashing stories!

My hashing story

01/24/2014

Still not hashing
 
Stuff was promised to be shipped end of October 2013
 
Paid 61 BTC

Getting anxious if I will be able to mine this back.

sorry mate but you  will not ,
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January 24, 2014, 08:24:02 PM
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In the meantime, we want to hear your hashing stories!

My hashing story

01/24/2014

Still not hashing
 
Stuff was promised to be shipped end of October 2013
 
Paid 61 BTC

Getting anxious if I will be able to mine this back.

This is exactly my hashing story too!
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January 24, 2014, 08:51:37 PM
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I got a call from HashFast yesterday saying that my BJ was shipped out by FedEx the day before (Wednesday night).

They said they'd send me the tracking number by e-mail shortly.
It's now a day later and no tracking number, and no BJ.  

I have no idea what is going on. Has anyone else had this happen?

I am in the same situation... but I have a tracking number, so at least I have some visibility into the machines progress.
One of my units was shipped out Wednesday night with Priority Overnight Delivery.
But... it was picked up at 6:15PM which is after their overnight deliver deadline.  
That being said.. it was scheduled for delivery today before 10:30AM.  
However, it was still 2 states away at 9:30AM so... I am still waiting.  Even though that state is in the midwest, the Fedex site said something about delays on the east coast.

Anyway, right now it is on a truck out for delivery... so... I imagine in the next couple of hours it will show up at my door... but boy am I feeling jinxed.

ps.  Regarding the fellow wanting to earn back the purchase price.  That went out the window in November.

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January 24, 2014, 08:56:09 PM
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I got a call from HashFast yesterday saying that my BJ was shipped out by FedEx the day before (Wednesday night).

They said they'd send me the tracking number by e-mail shortly.
It's now a day later and no tracking number, and no BJ.  

I have no idea what is going on. Has anyone else had this happen?

I am in the same situation... but I have a tracking number, so at least I have some visibility into the machines progress.
One of my units was shipped out Wednesday night with Priority Overnight Delivery.
But... it was picked up at 6:15PM which is after their overnight deliver deadline.  
That being said.. it was scheduled for delivery today before 10:30AM.  
However, it was still 2 states away at 9:30AM so... I am still waiting.  Even though that state is in the midwest, the Fedex site said something about delays on the east coast.

Anyway, right now it is on a truck out for delivery... so... I imagine in the next couple of hours it will show up at my door... but boy am I feeling jinxed.

I bet that is what is going on for me too.

But it seems like HashFast might have shipped it to the wrong address!! Looking at my original invoice I see that I had different billing and shipping addresses. But looking at a later invoice it seems like they are shipping to my billing address!! I'm pretty angry right now. I don't even know where the BJ is going as I don't even have a tracking number!

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January 24, 2014, 09:08:48 PM
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I feel bad for people who got scammed by Hashfast. If they didn't promise BTC refunds or the miner protection plan, I'm sure they would not have gotten nearly as many orders as they did.

The sad fact is that 400 GH is only worth ~4 BTC right now. In fact, you can get 2 Antminers shipped immediately for 3.8 BTC, and that price will fall when the next batch is available after the Chinese new year.

400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.
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January 24, 2014, 09:16:15 PM
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I feel bad for people who got scammed by Hashfast. If they didn't promise BTC refunds or the miner protection plan, I'm sure they would not have gotten nearly as many orders as they did.

The sad fact is that 400 GH is only worth ~4 BTC right now. In fact, you can get 2 Antminers shipped immediately for 3.8 BTC, and that price will fall when the next batch is available after the Chinese new year.

400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.

You are not considering the power efficiency. The antminers use about 3x as much power. 4.25BTC for 400GH would be fair IMO, and would expect a 6BTC return if delivered by the end of next week

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January 24, 2014, 09:28:07 PM
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I feel bad for people who got scammed by Hashfast. If they didn't promise BTC refunds or the miner protection plan, I'm sure they would not have gotten nearly as many orders as they did.

The sad fact is that 400 GH is only worth ~4 BTC right now. In fact, you can get 2 Antminers shipped immediately for 3.8 BTC, and that price will fall when the next batch is available after the Chinese new year.

400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.

Actually, like BFL, if the price of BTC hadn't risen x10 HashFast would be out of business right now.
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January 24, 2014, 09:31:31 PM
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I feel bad for people who got scammed by Hashfast. If they didn't promise BTC refunds or the miner protection plan, I'm sure they would not have gotten nearly as many orders as they did.

The sad fact is that 400 GH is only worth ~4 BTC right now. In fact, you can get 2 Antminers shipped immediately for 3.8 BTC, and that price will fall when the next batch is available after the Chinese new year.

400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.

You are not considering the power efficiency. The antminers use about 3x as much power. 4.25BTC for 400GH would be fair IMO, and would expect a 6BTC return if delivered by the end of next week

You forgot about the MPP. In 3 months and this not guaranteed. HF might be shipping out MPP, so those who ordered in the first batch will get about 1.2 TH of mining power.
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January 24, 2014, 09:34:25 PM
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I feel bad for people who got scammed by Hashfast. If they didn't promise BTC refunds or the miner protection plan, I'm sure they would not have gotten nearly as many orders as they did.

The sad fact is that 400 GH is only worth ~4 BTC right now. In fact, you can get 2 Antminers shipped immediately for 3.8 BTC, and that price will fall when the next batch is available after the Chinese new year.

400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.

You are not considering the power efficiency. The antminers use about 3x as much power. 4.25BTC for 400GH would be fair IMO, and would expect a 6BTC return if delivered by the end of next week

You forgot about the MPP. In 3 months and this not guaranteed. HF might be shipping out MPP, so those who ordered in the first batch will get about 1.2 TH of mining power.

In 3 months, 800 GH will likely earn ~.05 BTC per day, which isn't much. That extra 800 GH in three months may earn another 2-3 BTC.
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January 24, 2014, 09:34:36 PM
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You forgot about the MPP. In 3 months and this not guaranteed. HF might be shipping out MPP, so those who ordered in the first batch will get about 1.2 TH of mining power.
The MPP should (but won't) be shipped the 28th of January and it should give everyone a total of 5 boards, or around 2.75TH (550GH/board).

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January 24, 2014, 09:36:24 PM
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Everyone was complaining that Hashfast wasn't telling us the hashrate and wattage of the rigs. Now there are a number of people who have them and I have asked what those numbers are (wattage at specific hashrate) and no one seems to be able to answer.

This is usually the first thing reported when new hardware hits consumers hands.

Please, someone, take a second and check it.
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