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August 17, 2013, 05:51:05 AM
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Greetings BitCoin Mining Community,

I'm selling BitCoin PiMiners. Price is .37BTC. I can sell the kit without the Adafruit display (a basic PiMiner) for .22BTC.

The KIT includes the following:
1 Raspberry Pi (Model B) configured with the MinePeon Operating System.
1 Adafruit LCD Display (Capable of Multiple Colors, not to be confused with the cheap Blue LCD Display offered by Adafruit - Fully Assembled).
1 Micro USB Power Adapter.
1 Raspberry Pi Case Enclosure (Note this is a customized case designed for the Adafruit RGB Pi Display) - Choose clear or black.
1 Wifi USB Adapter
1 HDMI Cable

It also comes with a PDF Guide for configuration (pictures included), and fully configured MinePeon (30 Second Setup!).
This also includes 1 free support setup session with me over the phone (or skype/teamviewer).
This does not include mouse/keyboard, or USB Hub.

I sell the Clear/Black PiMiner Cases for .15BTC (Free US Shipping), International shipping available, contact me directly.

Please PM, Reply here, or contact me at wayne[at]wwjohnson[dot]me for more information.

Payment Address: 17AJUdx34RHt47pQsDKxMntkngpe1rQpjt

Shipping from Phoenix, Arizona.
Bulk Discounts are Available! Contact me for pricing.
Escrow orders are welcomed, but are at your expense.

Pictures Below (Note ALL Units are capable of the colors below):








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August 17, 2013, 10:43:02 AM
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That is VERY cool, nice job. Good luck with the sales. Smiley

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August 17, 2013, 09:33:59 PM
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This does not include an HDMI Cable, mouse/keyboard, or USB Hub.

I'm new to the Pi world but would like to get in Tongue I like what you have going here but small noob question. You say it does not include the above items...besides the USB Hub for adding additional Erupters...are the HDMI Cable and mouse/keyboard NEEDED for operation or is this beast fairly self sufficient...as that is the point right?

Also, on the USB Hub note...how big of a hub/how many Erupters can this bad boy handle?

Thank you for your time!

P.S. Its a long shot but might you be interested in a few 7950s as a trade for one of these units? Perhaps a low end desktop pc that I have been 'thinking' about selling for around the $350 price range anyway? Like I said...a long shot but as long as I have your attention thought I'd ask ;P
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August 18, 2013, 01:07:53 AM
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Nice!  How many hubs would work off of this for the USB Erupters?
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August 18, 2013, 01:35:35 AM
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Nice!  How many hubs would work off of this for the USB Erupters?
Moonlightminer63 Wink
I personally have had 10 running, don't have the available ASIC's to test more with.

I want to mention it's not compatible with USB 3.0 devices that aren't backwards compatible with USB 1.1/2.0 protocols. You have to buy a USB hub (2.0 recommended).
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August 18, 2013, 01:42:16 AM
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This does not include an HDMI Cable, mouse/keyboard, or USB Hub.

I'm new to the Pi world but would like to get in Tongue I like what you have going here but small noob question. You say it does not include the above items...besides the USB Hub for adding additional Erupters...are the HDMI Cable and mouse/keyboard NEEDED for operation or is this beast fairly self sufficient...as that is the point right?

Also, on the USB Hub note...how big of a hub/how many Erupters can this bad boy handle?

Thank you for your time!

P.S. Its a long shot but might you be interested in a few 7950s as a trade for one of these units? Perhaps a low end desktop pc that I have been 'thinking' about selling for around the $350 price range anyway? Like I said...a long shot but as long as I have your attention thought I'd ask ;P

Hey GekTek,

Sorry but no trades welcome. As for your questions. It comes with everything you need to start mining with 1 USB Asic. If you want to Mine with more USB Asics, you would need a USB Hub.

I have 2 DLINK hubs (link below) that seems to work quite well:
http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-Hi-Speed-7-Port-Powered-DUB-H7/dp/B00008VFAF/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376789995&sr=8-1&keywords=dlink+7-port+usb+hub

I want to note, raspberry pi is not compatible with USB 3.0 hubs that aren't USB 1.1/2.0 compatible. So make sure you buy a hub compatible with the Pi!

As for a Keyboard/Mouse, you only need them for initial setup. HDMI Cable isn't needed but for initial setup as well.. Once it's up and running, you can remotely administer it via SSH, and even then, you shouldn't need to do that since it's designed to work from initial setup and start automatically on reboot.
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August 18, 2013, 01:51:25 AM
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Nice!  How many hubs would work off of this for the USB Erupters?
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I personally have had 10 running, don't have the available ASIC's to test more with.

I want to mention it's not compatible with USB 3.0 devices that aren't backwards compatible with USB 1.1/2.0 protocols. You have to buy a USB hub (2.0 recommended).

Let me also mention, the Pi is capable of running BitFury's 400 Gh/s Units... So in this scenario, it's more than capable of handling multiple Asics (There are some out there running 24 port circular USB Hubs with PiMiner's and it runs flawless.
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Nice!  How many hubs would work off of this for the USB Erupters?
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I personally have had 10 running, don't have the available ASIC's to test more with.

I want to mention it's not compatible with USB 3.0 devices that aren't backwards compatible with USB 1.1/2.0 protocols. You have to buy a USB hub (2.0 recommended).

10 Erupters or 10 hubs?
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August 18, 2013, 04:12:12 AM
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Nice!  How many hubs would work off of this for the USB Erupters?
Moonlightminer63 Wink
I personally have had 10 running, don't have the available ASIC's to test more with.

I want to mention it's not compatible with USB 3.0 devices that aren't backwards compatible with USB 1.1/2.0 protocols. You have to buy a USB hub (2.0 recommended).

10 Erupters or 10 hubs?

10 Eruptors.

Unfortunately all of my Hub's are USB 3.0, and aren't backwards compatible with USB 1.1/2.0. I have 2 DLINK 7 port hubs that I have tested both daisy chaining, and individually connecting from the Pi and both work great.
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August 18, 2013, 05:45:48 PM
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Hey GekTek,

Sorry but no trades welcome. As for your questions. It comes with everything you need to start mining with 1 USB Asic. If you want to Mine with more USB Asics, you would need a USB Hub.

I have 2 DLINK hubs (link below) that seems to work quite well:
http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-Hi-Speed-7-Port-Powered-DUB-H7/dp/B00008VFAF/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376789995&sr=8-1&keywords=dlink+7-port+usb+hub

I want to note, raspberry pi is not compatible with USB 3.0 hubs that aren't USB 1.1/2.0 compatible. So make sure you buy a hub compatible with the Pi!

As for a Keyboard/Mouse, you only need them for initial setup. HDMI Cable isn't needed but for initial setup as well.. Once it's up and running, you can remotely administer it via SSH, and even then, you shouldn't need to do that since it's designed to work from initial setup and start automatically on reboot.

Thank you thank you for all the info! Savin muh pennies and following the thread. Hoping to be a customer soon Cheesy
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August 18, 2013, 05:51:52 PM
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Hey GekTek,

Sorry but no trades welcome. As for your questions. It comes with everything you need to start mining with 1 USB Asic. If you want to Mine with more USB Asics, you would need a USB Hub.

I have 2 DLINK hubs (link below) that seems to work quite well:
http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-Hi-Speed-7-Port-Powered-DUB-H7/dp/B00008VFAF/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376789995&sr=8-1&keywords=dlink+7-port+usb+hub

I want to note, raspberry pi is not compatible with USB 3.0 hubs that aren't USB 1.1/2.0 compatible. So make sure you buy a hub compatible with the Pi!

As for a Keyboard/Mouse, you only need them for initial setup. HDMI Cable isn't needed but for initial setup as well.. Once it's up and running, you can remotely administer it via SSH, and even then, you shouldn't need to do that since it's designed to work from initial setup and start automatically on reboot.

Thank you thank you for all the info! Savin muh pennies and following the thread. Hoping to be a customer soon Cheesy

Sounds good! Look forward to it =)
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August 19, 2013, 12:29:51 AM
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Bulk order pricing available!
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August 19, 2013, 12:39:21 AM
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Where's the case from?  Didn't see it on adafruit.  I like the buttons  Smiley

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August 19, 2013, 12:49:48 AM
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Would you be able to also get this to work with the ASIC Blades? Having to use a PC to run a python script for them right now but If I could get this i would prefer to do so. Also looks awesome!
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August 19, 2013, 01:20:02 AM
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Where's the case from?  Didn't see it on adafruit.  I like the buttons  Smiley

The case isn't from adafruit, it's from a specialized Laser CNC Vendor that I use. BTS is the name of the company.

Would you be able to also get this to work with the ASIC Blades? Having to use a PC to run a python script for them right now but If I could get this i would prefer to do so. Also looks awesome!

Yeah I'm pretty sure it would work with the ASIC Blades. I don't personally have one to configure and test with. If you were able to ship me one, I'd be happy to offer a significant discount on a PiMiner for allowing me to certify the hardware and build a base image for it's use.
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August 19, 2013, 05:06:21 AM
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Purchased one

Transaction https://blockchain.info/tx/9473908c52aff8e70d9ab729ba83237b16ff111af527b499d2fa9dddae0f09b0

send an extra .1 just for the hell of it

ETH: 0xd346FA8977c9833aD72213e2165815069a81f026
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August 19, 2013, 05:11:16 AM
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Purchased one

Transaction https://blockchain.info/tx/9473908c52aff8e70d9ab729ba83237b16ff111af527b499d2fa9dddae0f09b0

send an extra .1 just for the hell of it

Thanks for the purchase!

Ill be contacting you via pm to tailor the unit to your network (static ip/start up scripts/number of USB Asics you plan to use) with the goal of making it 100% plug and play for you Smiley

Thanks again for your purchase!
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August 19, 2013, 05:14:03 AM
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Purchased one

Transaction https://blockchain.info/tx/9473908c52aff8e70d9ab729ba83237b16ff111af527b499d2fa9dddae0f09b0

send an extra .1 just for the hell of it

Thanks for the purchase!

Ill be contacting you via pm to tailor the unit to your network (static ip/start up scripts/number of USB Asics you plan to use) with the goal of making it 100% plug and play for you Smiley

Thanks again for your purchase!
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August 19, 2013, 05:33:48 AM
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I think you have an extra "x" at the end of your address, idk if it was intentional for some reason or another but I thought'd I'd let you know Smiley

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August 19, 2013, 06:42:06 AM
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Really want to make "hashing wall art" with these 36 BE's I have firing away... a pi with a slick case and cool display is basically what I'm talking about

OP has beautiful product / obvious skills / would love to make something beautiful / cool / fun out of all these BE's when they become obsolete soon.

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