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October 24, 2013, 02:56:05 PM
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Is the hosting fee paid per share, per month?

No it's not based on a per share basis. bobsag3 does the hosting at the most competitive flat rate out there, which is then deducted from earnings before monthly payouts

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October 24, 2013, 03:51:51 PM
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When will mining start?
Mining will commence on delivery of the machine. Delivery is expected to be in January 2014. Please also see the Miner Protection Program.
(from http://ultibit.com/machines/terraminerIV2/index.html)

So, if I order now, I'll have a share for a machine that is set for delivery in January?
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October 24, 2013, 03:53:05 PM
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When will mining start?
Mining will commence on delivery of the machine. Delivery is expected to be in January 2014. Please also see the Miner Protection Program.
(from http://ultibit.com/machines/terraminerIV2/index.html)

So, if I order now, I'll have a share for a machine that is set for delivery in January?

Early January, yes

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October 24, 2013, 03:58:14 PM
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When will mining start?
Mining will commence on delivery of the machine. Delivery is expected to be in January 2014. Please also see the Miner Protection Program.
(from http://ultibit.com/machines/terraminerIV2/index.html)

So, if I order now, I'll have a share for a machine that is set for delivery in January?

Early January

Sorry, let me restate the question:

I assume, if I order now, I'll get shares from the second machine which is not ordered, yet. What if the batch for january is sold out by the time you order the miner?
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October 24, 2013, 04:22:50 PM
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When will mining start?
Mining will commence on delivery of the machine. Delivery is expected to be in January 2014. Please also see the Miner Protection Program.
(from http://ultibit.com/machines/terraminerIV2/index.html)

So, if I order now, I'll have a share for a machine that is set for delivery in January?

Early January

Sorry, let me restate the question:

I assume, if I order now, I'll get shares from the second machine which is not ordered, yet. What if the batch for january is sold out by the time you order the miner?

That is obviously a big concern for us.

We do work really quickly though so if there was a notice from Cointerra - we're quite confident that we could update our GB in time to provide the best BTC per Gh/s and ETA offer available as well as handling refunds and making sure buyers are all happy and know exactly what's going on

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October 24, 2013, 05:46:30 PM
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40 GH/s in Jan is good for 0.8BTC  Sad

are you going to drop the BTCprice Huh  Grin

Done.

Current buyers: You will receive refunds of BTC0.4 (Your purchases are still safe and valid). Check your email inbox for further notice. *Receipts are available upon request

Wow I like the way you work! Smiley Refunds are always a +'s . I HOPE  the guy who is doing my GB see your honesty and follow your example:!) im NOT Saying my guy is not Honesty Smiley the guy is on top of his game!!!

Question? Why are you giving your customers a Refund Huh Just to put it out there?

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October 24, 2013, 09:07:19 PM
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Is the hosting fee paid per share, per month?

No it's not based on a per share basis. bobsag3 does the hosting at the most competitive flat rate out there, which is then deducted from earnings before monthly payouts

So what is the $150 host fee? Per machine? Per month? Per week? Per what?

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October 24, 2013, 11:34:21 PM
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Is the hosting fee paid per share, per month?

No it's not based on a per share basis. bobsag3 does the hosting at the most competitive flat rate out there, which is then deducted from earnings before monthly payouts

So what is the $150 host fee? Per machine? Per month? Per week? Per what?
Per month
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October 25, 2013, 05:50:20 AM
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To summarize:

1 Share => 40 GH/s for 0.8BTC, 3% fee and 3$ for hosting (monthly). Sounds good to me so far Smiley

- Is cost for power included in this?
- If I want to buy shares with escrow, I just state that here is the thread? This will only happen when there are 10 people buying escrowed shares?
- What if the TerraMiner is faster or slower than advertised? Do I get a share of the total hash rate of the machine (preferred) or do I always get 40GH/s?
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October 25, 2013, 08:20:28 AM
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40 GH/s in Jan is good for 0.8BTC  Sad

are you going to drop the BTCprice Huh  Grin

Done.

Current buyers: You will receive refunds of BTC0.4 (Your purchases are still safe and valid). Check your email inbox for further notice. *Receipts are available upon request

Wow I like the way you work! Smiley Refunds are always a +'s . I HOPE  the guy who is doing my GB see your honesty and follow your example:!) im NOT Saying my guy is not Honesty Smiley the guy is on top of his game!!!

Question? Why are you giving your customers a Refund Huh Just to put it out there?

We're trying to make Bitcoin better, not worse Smiley

So if it's possible to mine more competitively, we'll make it happen for our customers.

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October 25, 2013, 08:21:49 AM
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To summarize:

1 Share => 40 GH/s for 0.8BTC, 3% fee and 3$ for hosting (monthly). Sounds good to me so far Smiley

- Is cost for power included in this?
- If I want to buy shares with escrow, I just state that here is the thread? This will only happen when there are 10 people buying escrowed shares?
- What if the TerraMiner is faster or slower than advertised? Do I get a share of the total hash rate of the machine (preferred) or do I always get 40GH/s?

- Is cost for power included in this?
Yes, it includes the warehouse, the power, the cooling, the security, the insurance, the internet, etc etc

- If I want to buy shares with escrow, I just state that here is the thread? This will only happen when there are 10 people buying escrowed shares?
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- What if the TerraMiner is faster or slower than advertised? Do I get a share of the total hash rate of the machine (preferred) or do I always get 40GH/s?
Then Cointerra has some explaining to do! XD No but seriously, if it's faster then everyone will earn more. I don't think there's a chance of it being slower though.

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October 25, 2013, 01:40:50 PM
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Is the hosting fee paid per share, per month?

No it's not based on a per share basis. bobsag3 does the hosting at the most competitive flat rate out there, which is then deducted from earnings before monthly payouts

So what is the $150 host fee? Per machine? Per month? Per week? Per what?
Per month

So the $150 per month is taken off the TOTAL earnings? Sorry the website is not very clear on this and pardon me for being gun shy, but unless things are spelled out here in bitcoin-land there is too much propensity for dishonesty. Heck even when things are 100% clear there is still BS.

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October 25, 2013, 01:53:30 PM
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Is the hosting fee paid per share, per month?

No it's not based on a per share basis. bobsag3 does the hosting at the most competitive flat rate out there, which is then deducted from earnings before monthly payouts

So what is the $150 host fee? Per machine? Per month? Per week? Per what?
Per month

So the $150 per month is taken off the TOTAL earnings? Sorry the website is not very clear on this and pardon me for being gun shy, but unless things are spelled out here in bitcoin-land there is too much propensity for dishonesty. Heck even when things are 100% clear there is still BS.

No problem. Let's hope we can clear this up once and for all this time 'round!

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-Payments are paid monthly

-Prior to paying customers their monthly payments a $150 (the Bitcoin equivalent) hosting fee will be deducted from the pool of mined earnings being distributed

-Obviously each miner will pay for itself to run since they use quite a lot of power and also to avoid confusion where miners get auctioned at a later stage so that the fee is final

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October 25, 2013, 02:07:01 PM
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Thank you for your answers, good communication.

Pledge: I'd take 3 shares for 0.8BTC each. Hopefully, some more people will choose escrow so that it becomes available.
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October 25, 2013, 02:16:38 PM
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Thank you for your answers, good communication.

Pledge: I'd take 3 shares for 0.8BTC each. Hopefully, some more people will choose escrow so that it becomes available.

No problem, we try our best! Smiley

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October 25, 2013, 08:41:20 PM
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Hello ! I'm in for 10 shares ....

tx Id:
bde037e650b1cee1740dd40789ba02951d1754400406319f68efc7a36bd1757b

from my payout address:
19Rj1tBPetMdf2YKmGQUcwG7irMdKU2mom

please confirm to me ...
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October 25, 2013, 09:41:55 PM
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Hi question on your website you list Paypal as a payment option.  Can we use that?
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October 26, 2013, 09:33:40 PM
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-Obviously each miner will pay for itself to run since they use quite a lot of power and also to avoid confusion where miners get auctioned at a later stage so that the fee is final

So the miner is auctioned off once it becomes unprofitable?  Are the funds from that auction distributed to the shareholders? That would actually be a neat little incentive to hold out for at the end.
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October 28, 2013, 09:07:24 AM
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Hi question on your website you list Paypal as a payment option.  Can we use that?

Yes Cheesy

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October 28, 2013, 09:11:05 AM
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-Obviously each miner will pay for itself to run since they use quite a lot of power and also to avoid confusion where miners get auctioned at a later stage so that the fee is final

So the miner is auctioned off once it becomes unprofitable?  Are the funds from that auction distributed to the shareholders? That would actually be a neat little incentive to hold out for at the end.

Yes, exactly.

We actually have a lot of neat incentives for our customers. Recently we bought from Cointerra at a really good rate and refunded all our customers for the TerraMiner IV 1 up to BTC1!

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