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July 25, 2013, 09:51:25 AM
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I assume scam, anyone know anything about this?






http://www.xenergylabs.com/

 xEnergyLabs Gen4 ASIC System
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xEnergyLabs Gen4 ASIC systems has been working tirelessly to reverse engineer current ASIC technologies. Without getting into an in-depth theoretical possibility of what is out currently and what our ASIC systems are capable of; be sure they will be affordable, scalable and easy to upgrade with minimal expense.

Of course our systems will have a price tag attached to them competitively compared to other comparable models from other competitors, we are reaching a level of dedication to achieve nothing less than to leave other manufacturers behind in technology.

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July 25, 2013, 12:36:40 PM
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I assume scam, anyone know anything about this?






http://www.xenergylabs.com/

 xEnergyLabs Gen4 ASIC System
Submitted by xEnergyLabs Team on Thu, 07/25/2013 - 04:57

xEnergyLabs Gen4 ASIC systems has been working tirelessly to reverse engineer current ASIC technologies. Without getting into an in-depth theoretical possibility of what is out currently and what our ASIC systems are capable of; be sure they will be affordable, scalable and easy to upgrade with minimal expense.

Of course our systems will have a price tag attached to them competitively compared to other comparable models from other competitors, we are reaching a level of dedication to achieve nothing less than to leave other manufacturers behind in technology.

I'm not siding with either side, I found this last night lurking on Mr. 4Chan (one does what one does at 2AM... At least I was on Technology. lol) But being that they're not even accepting any sort of money I think that should be weighted into evidence before calling it a scam.  I have it bookmarked, not that I will ever be able to afford such a device based off of their initial pricing shown on the page.  But it just bothers me when someone automatically throws a scam tag on it because they're themselves are not aware of it. *rant over*. Nothing against you Chaang Noi (Goat) ช้างน้อย, just had to get that rant out. Smiley

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July 25, 2013, 12:55:46 PM
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Well, I'm not saying it is a scam but if no one in the BTC world has heard of them then well...

Anyway I was asking if anyone knew anything.

I agree, I've not heard of them.  I just hear the word scam being thrown around with these manufacturers all the time.  Some very well maybe scams, but some certainly not. Smiley

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July 27, 2013, 03:26:53 AM
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Well, I've been watching the website over the past few days.  They're way out of my personal price range but it seems they're making progress.  Why haven't they advertised I wonder or perhaps they already have some IPO to specific individuals??

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July 27, 2013, 05:04:42 AM
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pre orders for 128x 9GH/s 28nm ASIC Chips


hmm... 28 nm eh?




I'm not a so called enthusiast on this all, but what do you mean  "hmm... 28 nm eh?"  I mean, I know that the smaller the size effectively they could put more to use, correct? But 128 of them on each board wouldn't that be quite large?

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July 27, 2013, 05:24:12 AM
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Well, I've been watching the website over the past few days.  They're way out of my personal price range but it seems they're making progress.  Why haven't they advertised I wonder or perhaps they already have some IPO to specific individuals??

Since when did a few days equal only two days?

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Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: XENERGYLABS.COM
Created on: 24-Jul-13
Expires on: 24-Jul-14
Last Updated on: 24-Jul-13

You would have had to start watching this site the first minute they went live to even come close to a few days. Their first post was yesterday, therefore I have to ask: You have any relationship to this site?
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July 27, 2013, 05:31:16 AM
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Well, I've been watching the website over the past few days.  They're way out of my personal price range but it seems they're making progress.  Why haven't they advertised I wonder or perhaps they already have some IPO to specific individuals??

Since when did a few days equal only two days?

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Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: XENERGYLABS.COM
Created on: 24-Jul-13
Expires on: 24-Jul-14
Last Updated on: 24-Jul-13

You would have had to start watching this site the first minute they went live to even come close to a few days. Their first post was yesterday, therefore I have to ask: You have any relationship to this site?

Negatory batman, I actually found it on Mr. 4Chan under technology.  And since this is night two, I didn't bother with the semantics of saying "Night two" versus the ladder of simply saying "few days".   Don't get me wrapped up in this, I'm just following it is all.  Good or bad, I have no clue.

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July 27, 2013, 05:38:10 AM
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Well, I've been watching the website over the past few days.  They're way out of my personal price range but it seems they're making progress.  Why haven't they advertised I wonder or perhaps they already have some IPO to specific individuals??

Since when did a few days equal only two days?

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Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: XENERGYLABS.COM
Created on: 24-Jul-13
Expires on: 24-Jul-14
Last Updated on: 24-Jul-13

You would have had to start watching this site the first minute they went live to even come close to a few days. Their first post was yesterday, therefore I have to ask: You have any relationship to this site?

Negatory batman, I actually found it on Mr. 4Chan under technology.  And since this is night two, I didn't bother with the semantics of saying "Night two" versus the ladder of simply saying "few days".   Don't get me wrapped up in this, I'm just following it is all.  Good or bad, I have no clue.

Fair enough, bud.

The site was registered on the 24th and on the 25th they posted: http://www.xenergylabs.com/?q=node/2

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Due to the mass amount of emails already been received in such a short time we are throwing around the idea of having a small number of pre-orders. The number for the amount of pre-order systems is still up in the air until the fabrication team has given us a better idea on multiple current designing issues.

Sure do hope they've put more thought into their products than they did with their permalinks.
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July 27, 2013, 05:46:33 AM
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Well (again, not defending them either way.. I could care less as I couldn't afford it) I don't think bad permalinks necessarily constitutes bad product.  Some of these "new" ASIC companies are basically running Drupal or some other blog site more or less with a simple checkout cart, open source on some.. just sayin'

Can perhaps someone with some more expertise contact them so we can find out whether or not based off of their responses and such if this is real or a scam, so maybe some people who can afford it could potentially find these people versus the big ol' SCAM tag at the top.

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What if they were acquiring these 28nm ASIC's early on and stock piling them?? Isn't one of the ASIC companies I've seen floating around on the ads here using 28nm ASIC as well?

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July 27, 2013, 05:50:35 AM
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From "VirtualMiningCorps" website:

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Hashing Card Chip Size 28nm
Hashing Card Chip Speed 16 GH/s
Hashing Card Number Of Chips 16
Hashing Card Power Requirment Less Than 200 Watts

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July 27, 2013, 06:03:41 AM
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If anything i think i should remove the questionmark. Id give awesome odds this is a scam or will fail.



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Sweet; so I guess my only question is...where do I send my $20K?  I hope I can send it while they are still offering their "discounted rate"... Grin

 
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July 27, 2013, 03:24:28 PM
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Selling my queue positions #1, #9 and #14 for the xAU (xEnergy Array Unit). Since I'm a reputable member on this forum to everybody but Josh, you can believe I possess such queue positions, as in the same spirit as xEnergyLabs is a viable entity because they have a brand new Drupal site on the internet.
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July 28, 2013, 03:53:47 AM
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Bump! What's the latest with these coward bastard who don't have the balls to come here to defend their viable company?
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July 28, 2013, 04:02:16 AM
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Funny how it seems only 2 people in the BTC world even knew of their operation,  BTCMiners.net and me... Starting to wonder if one of us is trying but failing hard at pulling a scam.

Is this "company" registered anywhere in the world?

I'm here and still around but once again, have nothing to do with this company or "company"

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July 28, 2013, 01:40:38 PM
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Funny how it seems only 2 people in the BTC world even knew of their operation,  BTCMiners.net and me... Starting to wonder if one of us is trying but failing hard at pulling a scam.

Is this "company" registered anywhere in the world?

I'm here and still around but once again, have nothing to do with this company or "company"

do you happen to know anyone who does?

you seemed to think it was a good idea to give these guys money, why did you think that?



When did I seem to think it was a good idea to give these guys money??

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July 28, 2013, 09:29:30 PM
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Funny how it seems only 2 people in the BTC world even knew of their operation,  BTCMiners.net and me... Starting to wonder if one of us is trying but failing hard at pulling a scam.

Is this "company" registered anywhere in the world?

And I want to thank both of you for allowing me to do the PR.  Grin

Soon, xEnergyLabs will make all other mining outfits dwarf by comparison.

BTW, what's the latest on the neon signage for the lobby, guys?
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