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August 27, 2013, 06:22:29 AM
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@ Canary - Will new orders be fulfilled with the new version of the ASICMiner USBs?
the black color is the new version too per specifications and description... but ASICMiner will now have more colors.  depends on what colors I receive.  I proportion them out as much as possible on orders if multiple colors come in from manufacturer.
if you read friedcat's wording carefully, he means that Since Aug 11th restock, this is the new version... his recent post was due to getting new photos professionally done.
I have told friedcat that since the photographer forgot to include the black one, everyone will think black is "old" version... no the case however...
that's the state of things atm.
And... friedcat just updated OP here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280961 to make sure black is not discarded as "old" black is included.


The other identifier of the "New" batch is the RoHS + CE engravings.. am I correct? The "New" black ones distributed so far have had those so far as I've seen.
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August 27, 2013, 01:41:23 PM
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@ Canary - Will new orders be fulfilled with the new version of the ASICMiner USBs?
the black color is the new version too per specifications and description... but ASICMiner will now have more colors.  depends on what colors I receive.  I proportion them out as much as possible on orders if multiple colors come in from manufacturer.
if you read friedcat's wording carefully, he means that Since Aug 11th restock, this is the new version... his recent post was due to getting new photos professionally done.
I have told friedcat that since the photographer forgot to include the black one, everyone will think black is "old" version... no the case however...
that's the state of things atm.
And... friedcat just updated OP here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280961 to make sure black is not discarded as "old" black is included.


The other identifier of the "New" batch is the RoHS + CE engravings.. am I correct? The "New" black ones distributed so far have had those so far as I've seen.
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Thanks for the clarifications!  Looks like I already have quite a few of them (didn't even know it).
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August 27, 2013, 05:20:24 PM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

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August 27, 2013, 05:24:38 PM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

What's also amazing is the sometimes blazing speed at which transactions are verified!
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August 27, 2013, 11:15:48 PM
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Canary PM for you.  Hope I made today's deadline.
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August 28, 2013, 12:28:56 AM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

10th = 2% of the network speed those little usb sticks sure add up and thats not including all the other distributors including europe & asia
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August 28, 2013, 12:33:22 AM
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Hi Canary,

I sent you a PM and email (with shipping label) yesterday with an order for 5 BE's.  Can you confirm that you are shipping it today?  Thanks!
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August 28, 2013, 01:08:44 AM
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Hi Canary,

I sent you a PM and email (with shipping label) yesterday with an order for 5 BE's.  Can you confirm that you are shipping it today?  Thanks!
yours shipped

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August 28, 2013, 07:11:24 AM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

10th = 2% of the network speed those little usb sticks sure add up and thats not including all the other distributors including europe & asia
the best thing that can happen for bitcoin is to have 7 billion of USB stick miners out there instead of concentrated hashing locations that are 25%+ of the network...
all these new companies are chasing the wrong crowd with complex equipment...

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August 28, 2013, 08:50:39 AM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

10th = 2% of the network speed those little usb sticks sure add up and thats not including all the other distributors including europe & asia
the best thing that can happen for bitcoin is to have 7 billion of USB stick miners out there instead of concentrated hashing locations that are 25%+ of the network...
all these new companies are chasing the wrong crowd with complex equipment...

IMO- They WANT it to be centrally located.
This way THEY can have a CONTROL of it.

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August 28, 2013, 09:05:19 AM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing
it could get much higher soon...

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August 28, 2013, 01:15:59 PM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

10th = 2% of the network speed those little usb sticks sure add up and thats not including all the other distributors including europe & asia
the best thing that can happen for bitcoin is to have 7 billion of USB stick miners out there instead of concentrated hashing locations that are 25%+ of the network...
all these new companies are chasing the wrong crowd with complex equipment...



 yeah   if we had about 20 pools with  4% each and a few million miners with 10-20 sticks or 1 or 2 blades it would be better then  2 or 3   100th places like cloudhashing.


The big group  big pool is very tempting to attack.    3 pools with  50% of the hash beg for ddos attacks

 http://blockchain.info/pools

 right now btc guild 50 btc and deepbit add up to 50%

  a well planned ddos with 200 blocks before adjustment  is very tempting. take out the 3 mentioned pools 12 hours before adjustment and the rest of the miners  have easy pickings.  Having 20 pools at the 3-5 % level would truly end this incentive. 

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August 28, 2013, 01:36:54 PM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

10th = 2% of the network speed those little usb sticks sure add up and thats not including all the other distributors including europe & asia
the best thing that can happen for bitcoin is to have 7 billion of USB stick miners out there instead of concentrated hashing locations that are 25%+ of the network...
all these new companies are chasing the wrong crowd with complex equipment...



 yeah   if we had about 20 pools with  4% each and a few million miners with 10-20 sticks or 1 or 2 blades it would be better then  2 or 3   100th places like cloudhashing.


The big group  big pool is very tempting to attack.    3 pools with  50% of the hash beg for ddos attacks

 http://blockchain.info/pools

 right now btc guild 50 btc and deepbit add up to 50%

  a well planned ddos with 200 blocks before adjustment  is very tempting. take out the 3 mentioned pools 12 hours before adjustment and the rest of the miners  have easy pickings.  Having 20 pools at the 3-5 % level would truly end this incentive. 

It's not the DDOS attack that's the problem with being centrally located...

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August 28, 2013, 01:38:06 PM
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Wow, almost 10TH delivered so far? That is amazing

10th = 2% of the network speed those little usb sticks sure add up and thats not including all the other distributors including europe & asia
the best thing that can happen for bitcoin is to have 7 billion of USB stick miners out there instead of concentrated hashing locations that are 25%+ of the network...
all these new companies are chasing the wrong crowd with complex equipment...



 yeah   if we had about 20 pools with  4% each and a few million miners with 10-20 sticks or 1 or 2 blades it would be better then  2 or 3   100th places like cloudhashing.


The big group  big pool is very tempting to attack.    3 pools with  50% of the hash beg for ddos attacks

 http://blockchain.info/pools

 right now btc guild 50 btc and deepbit add up to 50%

  a well planned ddos with 200 blocks before adjustment  is very tempting. take out the 3 mentioned pools 12 hours before adjustment and the rest of the miners  have easy pickings.  Having 20 pools at the 3-5 % level would truly end this incentive. 

I think a smart defense we miners can do is set our "backup pools" in our mining software (like bfgminer) to connect into various smaller pools should any big ones go down... so taking down a big pool would only transfer the hashing to a random assortment of smaller pools.

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August 28, 2013, 02:50:29 PM
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August 28, 2013, 03:17:18 PM
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August 28, 2013, 05:21:09 PM
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this batch is closed no more orders for USB miners.

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