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March 29, 2014, 08:27:32 PM
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No thanks I don't do drugs.

Shame, I do tons of drugs


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Every time a block is mined, a certain amount of BTC (called the subsidy) is created out of thin air and given to the miner. The subsidy halves every four years and will reach 0 in about 130 years.
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March 29, 2014, 08:30:19 PM
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Previous hashrate of 'test board':                              500GH
Prewvious hashrate of Avalon equipment on BTCguild:   430GH
Previous hashrate of K16 boards on BTCguild:              307GH

Current Hashrate of 2(Huh) hashing modules:               ~1040GH
Current hashrate on BTCguild (Team AMC):                 *I am not sure - someone who can see thier stats tell me and ill put it here* Previously it was 430GH

This is very little hashrate when there are presumably 50TH of boards sitting there unsold (but already tested based on the info about no warranty and immediate shipping?) and more than 200TH more supposed to be showing up in the next ~10 days

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March 29, 2014, 08:47:44 PM
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It sure shows that you do a lot of drugs when you get that excited about $5/day of hash power.  They must put retard in LSD these days..

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March 29, 2014, 08:55:07 PM
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Shame, I do tons of drugs
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Paint, glue, and gasoline aren't technically drugs...
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March 29, 2014, 09:33:40 PM
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My message in the moderated thread keeps getting deleted so I'll post it here:

Anybody with half a brain running a website can easily avoid BTC "troll orders".  You simply allow the first confirmed transaction on the blockchain to become the filled order.  If there is excess bitcoin coming in after selling out, you simply refund the amount to the people who are late.  It's not rocket science.  The fact he thinks he has to shut down his entire website for 24 hours when this happens just blows my mind.  Makes me want to put in some troll orders too just to be a prick.

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March 30, 2014, 10:34:07 PM
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deleted from the other thread, I guess they don't realize how fucked they are.

there's a difference between wanting Ken to succeed and blindly hoping everything is ok and willfully misleading people (for whatever reason you may have to do that).

As someone with 0 money tied up in this, i don't understand how people with any amount of money in this, never mind some of the large amounts I have seen posted in here aren't freaking out over the lost coins on Gox, and the fact that there is no plan in place for the people that have preordered your products. the coins disappearing was incompetence, the lack of a plan for your preorders is your biggest threat.

you guys owe people 6 million dollars worth of product and have no plan to fulfill that obligation. How long do you think you can get away with that?
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March 30, 2014, 11:30:18 PM
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^That circlejerk thread gives them some semblance of control, sorta makes up for all the buttsecs Ken surprises them with.  Harmless.
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March 31, 2014, 12:01:50 AM
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That boy's powerful crazy...

The zumzero account password is about to be scrambled and made unretrievable.  

Ken, I am about to make my final pm to you with a code I shall use to authenticate my identity for share access.

When it reaches the stage that I get posts deleted that means I am doing something wrong.  It's also a security concern.  No hard feelings folks.  Smiley

Like gallons-of-Thorazine crazy.
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March 31, 2014, 12:21:43 AM
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Images of products and of our Datacenter being build
















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March 31, 2014, 12:51:59 AM
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Lol, wrapped some cardboard boxes in inkjet-printed labels, and took a pic of one HF board?  Awesome.
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March 31, 2014, 12:54:42 AM
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Lol, wrapped some cardboard boxes in inkjet-printed labels, and took a pic of one HF board?  Awesome.
To be fair, it does look like there's 25 other HF boards in anti-static bags.
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March 31, 2014, 01:04:43 AM
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Lol, wrapped some cardboard boxes in inkjet-printed labels, and took a pic of one HF board?  Awesome.
To be fair, it does look like there's 25 other HF boards in anti-static bags.

I'd say you're right, but  it's Ken we're dealing with. Last time he said he was shipping product, turned out it was a single rack rail.  So I wouldn't put it past him to stick old LAN cards in the bags.

P.S.  Haven't been keeping up with HashFast, but can't imagine they discount much on small lots.  Any idea what a 100 lot would cost?
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March 31, 2014, 01:06:17 AM
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Lol, wrapped some cardboard boxes in inkjet-printed labels, and took a pic of one HF board?  Awesome.
To be fair, it does look like there's 25 other HF boards in anti-static bags.

I'd say you're right, but  it's Ken we're dealing with. Last time he said he was shipping product, turned out it was a single rack rail.  So I wouldn't put it past him to stick old LAN cards in the bags.
Actually at least with the bottom ones, you can tell that they're the rev 2 of the HashFast boards.
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March 31, 2014, 01:13:12 AM
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Swell. Everyone will have hashfast equipment except the people who pre-ordered from hashfast. Sure would be nice if some of these AGs would get off their lazy asses and indict some of these crooks.
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March 31, 2014, 01:14:29 AM
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I'll take your word for it.  I (think i) heard you're dealing with those, any idea what a 100-lot would cost?
Thanks. .
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March 31, 2014, 01:20:25 AM
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Lol, wrapped some cardboard boxes in inkjet-printed labels, and took a pic of one HF board?  Awesome.
To be fair, it does look like there's 25 other HF boards in anti-static bags.

I'd say you're right, but  it's Ken we're dealing with. Last time he said he was shipping product, turned out it was a single rack rail.  So I wouldn't put it past him to stick old LAN cards in the bags.

P.S.  Haven't been keeping up with HashFast, but can't imagine they discount much on small lots.  Any idea what a 100 lot would cost?

probably not much than for hashfast theselves (they have it preorder for 1800)

huge step in the right direction though

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Lol, wrapped some cardboard boxes in inkjet-printed labels, and took a pic of one HF board?  Awesome.
To be fair, it does look like there's 25 other HF boards in anti-static bags.

I'd say you're right, but  it's Ken we're dealing with. Last time he said he was shipping product, turned out it was a single rack rail.  So I wouldn't put it past him to stick old LAN cards in the bags.

P.S.  Haven't been keeping up with HashFast, but can't imagine they discount much on small lots.  Any idea what a 100 lot would cost?

probably not much than for hashfast theselves (they have it preorder for 1800)

huge step in the right direction though

All Ken-bashing aside, it's a step in the wrong direction.  Unless he can unload these things quick, this is typical "spend 1 coin today to mine 1/2 coin in a year."  Who knows, he could be a great salesman, though.  If he really flip these, he might ... nah.  It's still Ken.  

Anyhow, the TL;DR:  After a year spent learning that he could not design a 48, then 28, then 55nm ASICs, and botching every board he claimed to develop, this ASIC pioneer settled into ... reselling these babies from HashFast:

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March 31, 2014, 02:05:02 AM
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I'll take your word for it.  I (think i) heard you're dealing with those, any idea what a 100-lot would cost?
Thanks. .
I've just seen them. We're doing a board design based on the HashFast chip, we aren't using their design and we're definitely not buying boards from them. It's more than a little disconcerting that they're selling boards to AMC/VMC that should have gone to people who ordered back in August or September.
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March 31, 2014, 03:14:10 AM
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It's more than a little disconcerting that they're selling boards to AMC/VMC that should have gone to people who ordered back in August or September.

To say the least. Blows large holes in the notion that they're incompetent rather than crooked.
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March 31, 2014, 04:36:14 AM
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Seems strange that there is one board like the above:  http://hashfast.com/shop/yolievo/

but the boards in anti-static bags much more closely resemble this: http://hashfast.com/hashfast-customer-update/



I assume the yolievo board is the same design but a second revision - but clarification from ken would be nice since at a cursory glance the capacitor layout of the boards in bags looks idfferent from the photographed board

but this is definitely a step forwards!

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