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March 03, 2014, 07:25:46 PM
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So anyway....


Anyone here have access to ASIC miners? Looking to play around with a few. Antminers, BFLs, etc.
When are Antminers going to be available again?

Anyone selling 2nd hand ones or brand new ones?

The best new ASIC based miners are planned to be brought to the philippnes in a couple of months if you want to wait. They have the new Gen3 Chips from ASICMINER and the miner is manufactured by the official ASICMINER reseller in China.


Interesting. Do you have specs and pricing? Are you the one bringing it in? :-)

I will try to post a link to the specs but the pricing is not final at all, You see ASICMINER just about to Tape out, Distribution of Chips needs time. And the reseller just announced he wants to create the miners. Since I watch ASICMINEr closely I would know if they are offering them for sale and how to get them here. My initial idea is to buy in bulk and resell here but group buys are also okay.

I discussed this with a member around here, He is awaiting the info from ASICMINER to get out as well.

Keep me posted on this, as well please. Thanks!

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March 03, 2014, 11:56:55 PM
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Who member? Me? ehehehehe. I can do the Group Buy. Like I said before, I prefer that people:

1. Pay in BTC.
2. Buy a bunch per person, if it's those cute USB types.

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March 04, 2014, 07:06:56 AM
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Who member? Me? ehehehehe. I can do the Group Buy. Like I said before, I prefer that people:

1. Pay in BTC.
2. Buy a bunch per person, if it's those cute USB types.

lol I just didnt know if it is okay to mention it was you! But I don't think this will be very soon the chips just taped out and the boards are still under design!

But dont worry guys we are watching this thing VERY closely.. I just wish I could read/write chinese to watch even closer Tongue

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March 04, 2014, 08:08:10 AM
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wow! two of the most trusted members of bitcoin philippines working together.
now i am excited of this movie in the making.

hopefully, its affordable.  Grin

Who member? Me? ehehehehe. I can do the Group Buy. Like I said before, I prefer that people:

1. Pay in BTC.
2. Buy a bunch per person, if it's those cute USB types.

lol I just didnt know if it is okay to mention it was you! But I don't think this will be very soon the chips just taped out and the boards are still under design!

But dont worry guys we are watching this thing VERY closely.. I just wish I could read/write chinese to watch even closer Tongue

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March 04, 2014, 09:18:39 AM
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wow! two of the most trusted members of bitcoin philippines working together.
now i am excited of this movie in the making.

hopefully, its affordable.  Grin

Who member? Me? ehehehehe. I can do the Group Buy. Like I said before, I prefer that people:

1. Pay in BTC.
2. Buy a bunch per person, if it's those cute USB types.

lol I just didnt know if it is okay to mention it was you! But I don't think this will be very soon the chips just taped out and the boards are still under design!

But dont worry guys we are watching this thing VERY closely.. I just wish I could read/write chinese to watch even closer Tongue


The initial tests of the chips says they are DOUBLE the efficiency of the closest competition! I am very excited about it and seriously thinking about getting back to mining for a little while.

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March 09, 2014, 06:50:16 PM
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Hi, I initially posted in this forum https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=27736.msg4375276#msg4375276 on Jan 7th, indicating that I was working on a Bitcoin exchange for the Philippines. That work is nearly complete and the exchange will start testing with live users soon.  You can see the public side at http://www.coinxchange.ph. The exchange is meant to be a Coinbase-style exchange with full wallet services and deposit/withdrawal services to major Philippine banks. The buy/sell spreads are quite reasonable compared with other local competing exchanges and we offer a compelling feature set.

As I mentioned in my initial post, the exchange will be fully licensed as a Philippine money services business and comply with all local laws.  To that end, the company will be registered as a Philippine Domestic Corporation, with $200,000USD in initial paid-in capital.

Which brings me to the point of this post.  I'm not a Philippine resident or citizen, nor are any of the other developers or investors. I'm based in the US as is my team, although we intend to hire a local staff.  To legally register as a Philippine Domestic Corporation, I need to have a majority of the Directors of the company be Philippine residents and one needs to be a Philippine citizen.

If you are interested in helping bring a solid, legal Bitcoin exchange to the Philippines, please reply to me in a private message. I am not asking for any funding nor will this require any of your time. I ask that you reply with your real name and your citizenship/residency status and I'll provide you with more details, including my name, and answer any questions you might have.  The individuals selected to become Directors will receive a share of stock in the company at no charge.

Thanks, and really looking forward to starting something great.

Coinxchange Philippines: http://www.coinxchange.ph
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March 10, 2014, 02:36:36 AM
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Hi, I initially posted in this forum https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=27736.msg4375276#msg4375276 on Jan 7th, indicating that I was working on a Bitcoin exchange for the Philippines. That work is nearly complete and the exchange will start testing with live users soon.  You can see the public side at http://www.coinxchange.ph. The exchange is meant to be a Coinbase-style exchange with full wallet services and deposit/withdrawal services to major Philippine banks. The buy/sell spreads are quite reasonable compared with other local competing exchanges and we offer a compelling feature set.

As I mentioned in my initial post, the exchange will be fully licensed as a Philippine money services business and comply with all local laws.  To that end, the company will be registered as a Philippine Domestic Corporation, with $200,000USD in initial paid-in capital.

Which brings me to the point of this post.  I'm not a Philippine resident or citizen, nor are any of the other developers or investors. I'm based in the US as is my team, although we intend to hire a local staff.  To legally register as a Philippine Domestic Corporation, I need to have a majority of the Directors of the company be Philippine residents and one needs to be a Philippine citizen.

If you are interested in helping bring a solid, legal Bitcoin exchange to the Philippines, please reply to me in a private message. I am not asking for any funding nor will this require any of your time. I ask that you reply with your real name and your citizenship/residency status and I'll provide you with more details, including my name, and answer any questions you might have.  The individuals selected to become Directors will receive a share of stock in the company at no charge.

Thanks, and really looking forward to starting something great.

Is that working? I'm a resident. I'm a citizen. I'd really like to exchange bitcoins to peso and vice versa more often. I sent you a PM.

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March 11, 2014, 01:51:26 PM
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Damn that is cool.

Can you give me a Beta invite?

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March 12, 2014, 01:14:06 AM
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Damn that is cool.

Can you give me a Beta invite?

Thanks for the message.  We think it's pretty cool too.

Will definitely hook you up with a beta invite when we can.  Just working out the banking issues at this point so we can get Php in and out.

Appreciate the interest!

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March 12, 2014, 06:02:49 AM
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BuyBitcoin.ph Cebu meetup
Facebook event

When
8.00PM Saturday, April 5, 2014

Where
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
I2 Building, IT Park, 6000 Cebu City

What
I'll be in Cebu and would love to meet fellow bitcoiners!

* Learn how to set up a wallet and buy your first bitcoins from BuyBitcoin.ph (Just to get you started, we will be selling bitcoins for P1,000 in cash per person commission free this evening)

* Meet fellow Bitcoin users

* Buy/sell bitcoins with other users

* Discuss business and software ideas

Looking forward to see you all!

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March 12, 2014, 06:20:07 AM
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March 12, 2014, 07:45:16 AM
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weird, I got banned and blocked. https://www.facebook.com/groups/bitcoinph/
with no apparent notice/warning/reason.

I posted http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPshJi82FNk
its Stefan Molyneux discussing bitcoin. and how prohibition (alcohol) relates to bitcoin being
a new form of money.

Any members/moderators of the bitcoinph facebook group contact me.

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March 12, 2014, 08:29:51 AM
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Hi, I initially posted in this forum https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=27736.msg4375276#msg4375276 on Jan 7th, indicating that I was working on a Bitcoin exchange for the Philippines. That work is nearly complete and the exchange will start testing with live users soon.  You can see the public side at http://www.coinxchange.ph. The exchange is meant to be a Coinbase-style exchange with full wallet services and deposit/withdrawal services to major Philippine banks. The buy/sell spreads are quite reasonable compared with other local competing exchanges and we offer a compelling feature set.

As I mentioned in my initial post, the exchange will be fully licensed as a Philippine money services business and comply with all local laws.  To that end, the company will be registered as a Philippine Domestic Corporation, with $200,000USD in initial paid-in capital.

Which brings me to the point of this post.  I'm not a Philippine resident or citizen, nor are any of the other developers or investors. I'm based in the US as is my team, although we intend to hire a local staff.  To legally register as a Philippine Domestic Corporation, I need to have a majority of the Directors of the company be Philippine residents and one needs to be a Philippine citizen.

If you are interested in helping bring a solid, legal Bitcoin exchange to the Philippines, please reply to me in a private message. I am not asking for any funding nor will this require any of your time. I ask that you reply with your real name and your citizenship/residency status and I'll provide you with more details, including my name, and answer any questions you might have.  The individuals selected to become Directors will receive a share of stock in the company at no charge.

Thanks, and really looking forward to starting something great.

Is that working? I'm a resident. I'm a citizen. I'd really like to exchange bitcoins to peso and vice versa more often. I sent you a PM.

I would love to offer my services in case you guys need an infographic/explainer video done for marketing and promotional use Smiley i would love to get started on accepting BTC for my freelance gigs... I'm heading back to LA soon though, but hey, that doesnt really matter in the internet era Smiley

www.mirocalderon.com

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March 14, 2014, 09:00:23 AM
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Alam ko walang mining pool dito. But there are many pools with asia or south east asia servers (usually the multipools). Except for really fast coins with 30 seconds or 1 minute block times, the mining pool location does not matter as much. Usually I connect to US or EU (Amsterdam) servers, mabilis naman. Because pools use the stratum protocol, so the bandwidth requirement is very small.

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March 14, 2014, 10:35:20 AM
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weird, I got banned and blocked. https://www.facebook.com/groups/bitcoinph/
with no apparent notice/warning/reason.

I posted http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPshJi82FNk
its Stefan Molyneux discussing bitcoin. and how prohibition (alcohol) relates to bitcoin being
a new form of money.

Any members/moderators of the bitcoinph facebook group contact me.

Sino nag ban sayo sir?  tanongin ko sila.

Thanks!

donate mbtc.ph 13nB444uAsBSwZ4MLNc8m1TdgXigrc8XwE
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March 14, 2014, 11:07:58 AM
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I don't know bro, maybe the operator/moderator/owner for the group.

It was most likely I was reported as a spammer then auto ban/block without contacting me/asking me to take down the post.

Still i wont use my IRL account for bitcoin, can be used for extortion/theft/etc. especially those people who have heavily invested in bitcoins in the past.

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March 15, 2014, 10:44:26 AM
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Who here, within the Philippines, and other close by countries, would be interested in a "mini" Group Buy for Gridseed ASICs? It's those small pods that look like sea urchins.

If I can get enough interest and payment up front for 100 units, I can probably get them for $185 each, already shipped here to me. If you want it shipped to you after that is additional (I suggest Air21 for local or FedEx for international.) Pickup is free from somewhere in Metro Manila (most locations are in malls.)

Units only and mini USB cable. No controllers, no power supplies, nothing else included.

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March 15, 2014, 04:44:51 PM
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Who here, within the Philippines, and other close by countries, would be interested in a "mini" Group Buy for Gridseed ASICs? It's those small pods that look like sea urchins.

If I can get enough interest and payment up front for 100 units, I can probably get them for $185 each, already shipped here to me. If you want it shipped to you after that is additional (I suggest Air21 for local or FedEx for international.) Pickup is free from somewhere in Metro Manila (most locations are in malls.)

Units only and mini USB cable. No controllers, no power supplies, nothing else included.

Specs, delivery date estimate and what else do we need to run them?:-)

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March 16, 2014, 08:12:06 PM
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sent PM sir dabs
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March 16, 2014, 11:14:36 PM
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It was most likely I was reported as a spammer then auto ban/block without contacting me/asking me to take down the post.
Nevermind, i wont be pursuing to return to that group.

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