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Author Topic: Bargain! 70 Avalon ASIC chips from SebastianJu, batch#5 @ initial price 0.08  (Read 777 times)
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August 18, 2013, 11:45:38 AM


I'm offering you a real bargain - you can buy chips at price of 0.08BTC from SebastianJu's group buy.

I'm auctioning my order of 70 chips. So in this auction you can buy 70x Avalon chips from [Group Buy] Avalon ASIC Chips (SebastianJu). Currently all group buys for these are closed so if you missed them then this is a great opportunity to get some chips and get in on the ASIC mining action. I'm selling only because I need BTC for another project.

Auction end:

Timer removed. End time: 2013-08-20+21:00:00

Above are 2 BitBurner XX miners, they are good for 9 GH/s each! Burnin's first batch of miners has already shipped and is hashing away (See pics here: Burnin is a manufacturer and designer of the boards and shipping destination is already linked to him, thread here: Of course you can choose someone else but both SebastianJu and burnin are from Germany and this is the quickest way to have complete miners in hand. Burnin has been very professional and successful so far in his development, he achieved something alone within small period of time where BFL failed.

Chip specification:

A quote from a developer of the boards :

Air cooling:
431 Mhz - 54, 48, 1.30V, 87W, stable
450 Mhz - 57, 52, 1.34V, 94W, slightly increased error rate compared to what i normally call "stable" but close enough (<0.01% HW errors)

450 Mhz - 54, 32, 1.34V, 94W, slightly less hw errors then with air

It means that one miner of 20 chips can achieve stable 9 GH/s with 87W!

Proof of my ownership of that order:

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j0ey2069; 70; 6,02; 1L2j9PzYq88Fkyayo7abHjNMNoKRU47yG7

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Auction rules:

You buy my order from SebastianJu's group buy. All rules and terms from that group buy apply.

Within 24 hours after the payment has been received, I will instruct SebastianJu to accept you as the new buyer and forward your username and payment address. Please note: you should be able to sign a message with your payment address, so your ownership of that address is without doubt.

The smallest order amount is 10 chips. You can buy more but only increments of ten. So for example you can buy 10x, 20x, 30x, 60x, 70x but you can't buy 21x or 51x, etc.

I expect payment within 24 hours after the auction has ended to 1L2j9PzYq88Fkyayo7abHjNMNoKRU47yG7

If the buyer fails to deliver payment, I will offer the order to the next highest bidder.

I reserve a right to cancel this auction any time.

Bidding and price:

Starting price for chips: 0.08 BTC/chip = 0.8 BTC/10 chips
Increments: 0.001 BTC/chip

Instant buy price:
0.09 BTC/chip = 0.9 BTC/10 chips or 1.8 BTC/20 chips
When you order instantly smaller amount than 70 then the auction continues for the remaining chips.

You can also buy it now the whole amount of chips (70) for a fixed price of 6 BTC

Please bid in the following format: 20 @ 0.08 which means you want to buy 20 chips paying 0.08 BTC each.


I'm quite a new member of this forum so I also set up an Escrow service through SebastianJu. You will pay only to Sebastian, not to me ! Sebastian will release funds only when I confirm that a bidder is a new owner of the amount of chips that he bought. You don't pay any Escrow fee, Escrow is 0%. Instead of that I will donate some btc to Sebastian for escrow service.
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August 20, 2013, 06:14:17 AM

Less than 24 hours left.

Price drop to 0.06 BTC per chip or buy it now @ 4 BTC for all 70x chips.
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