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December 18, 2013, 04:12:30 PM
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These seem way overpriced. Especially since Blackarrow is offering 1.50 USD/GH/s (granted, for March)

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December 19, 2013, 04:23:45 PM
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These seem way overpriced. Especially since Blackarrow is offering 1.50 USD/GH/s (granted, for March)

For March you say...same bs as Cointerra for December, Hashfast for October, BFL as always, Avalon for April...
BI*Fury's are shipped within 24h, thus the price is higher.


    
    

    
    
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December 19, 2013, 08:30:29 PM
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Interesting device,do you have many instock now?

lets say you have 10 of these in 1 usb hub with 10 slots, how much power draw would the psu use?

Interesting video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c034kbjGNh4

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December 19, 2013, 09:46:17 PM
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Interesting device, do you have many instock now?
lets say you have 10 of these in 1 usb hub with 10 slots, how much power draw would the psu use?
Interesting video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c034kbjGNh4
+ good question s
However, the price is astronomical !!  Cry



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December 19, 2013, 10:30:24 PM
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These seem way overpriced. Especially since Blackarrow is offering 1.50 USD/GH/s (granted, for March)

For March you say...same bs as Cointerra for December, Hashfast for October, BFL as always, Avalon for April...
BI*Fury's are shipped within 24h, thus the price is higher.

The price is 85 dollars a GH/s.
I bought an Avalon a month ago for 1200 USD. which is 20 USD per GH/s.

Cloud hashing on *CEX.IO* is even cheaper.

current BTC price: 706 USD. $706 * 0.069[BTC/GHS] =~ 48.7 USD/GHS

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December 19, 2013, 11:24:30 PM
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These seem way overpriced. Especially since Blackarrow is offering 1.50 USD/GH/s (granted, for March)
For March you say...same bs as Cointerra for December, Hashfast for October, BFL as always, Avalon for April...
BI*Fury's are shipped within 24h, thus the price is higher.
The price is 85 dollars a GH/s.
I bought an Avalon a month ago for 1200 USD. which is 20 USD per GH/s.
Cloud hashing on *CEX.IO* is even cheaper.
current BTC price: 706 USD. $706 * 0.069[BTC/GHS] =~ 48.7 USD/GHS

Maybe ROI calculation will help a bit more:
http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator

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December 20, 2013, 04:30:56 AM
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Thank you guys for help wit this MAC issue Smiley You will be rewarded Smiley

sooooooooooo about this reward? Smiley should i be expecting a bifury in my mailbox this week?
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December 20, 2013, 03:38:52 PM
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These seem way overpriced. Especially since Blackarrow is offering 1.50 USD/GH/s (granted, for March)
For March you say...same bs as Cointerra for December, Hashfast for October, BFL as always, Avalon for April...
BI*Fury's are shipped within 24h, thus the price is higher.
The price is 85 dollars a GH/s.
I bought an Avalon a month ago for 1200 USD. which is 20 USD per GH/s.
Cloud hashing on *CEX.IO* is even cheaper.
current BTC price: 706 USD. $706 * 0.069[BTC/GHS] =~ 48.7 USD/GHS

Maybe ROI calculation will help a bit more:
http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator

How is ROI calculation going to prove anything but exactly what I'm saying?

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December 20, 2013, 04:24:46 PM
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Just, to make sure that you were right... Roll Eyes

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December 21, 2013, 12:52:20 PM
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Sorry that I have to mention it again, but since those miners cost several hundred Euro they should not be shipped like this:


Antistatic bags do not even cost 0,1 Euro and can save a lot of trouble.
Also I am still waiting for my invoice (again) for two weeks now.

Really I cant see what your real problem is. We send thousands devices all round world and only you sir got some problems with our packing(this a fact).
Like I assumed you are located in Germany so package transit is shortest in our logistics link right now.

So important question: are even one from your device don't work? That you write about wrong packing? Are we deliver not working device to you?


We packing all our devices in anti-static bubble foil.
In bulk orders we always packing units in 5 pieces bars.

All unit are also warp in carton shield (bulk orders also with foam shield).
All our package got "fragile" sticker so UPS know to take good care of our package.


All invoice are on request and Yes they going out with delay but they are always with right sale date and we send it always in right month for accounting, so what problem you have with invoice?

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December 21, 2013, 12:59:25 PM
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Super fast delivery.

Order went through on the 11th. They arrived on the 16th. Poland to the west coast USA in 5 days... Amazing.

Thank You
Nice to read that you like our service! We giving our best for customers!


Hi Felipeo,

I must say I am disapointed in your service. My BiFury is broken. Cscape confirmed that a week ago. I sent you several e-mails (this forum, to the webshop and the paypal address), but no response at all how this device is going to be replace.

Can you please confirm that you have receive any of these messages and how you are going to replace the unit or give me a refund?

Kind regards,
Marc

I'm very sorry for information delay(we have very hard time before Christmas).
I also get information that you already start our exchange procedure. Thank you for cooperation. We will make it happened ASAP.

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December 21, 2013, 01:00:49 PM
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If anyone is looking for a good fan recommendation, the arctic breeze usb fan is keeping mine at a nice 42.3º C, 5.184Gh/s. Also I'm new to this, so perhaps you already all knew that and I'm late to the game.

We also recommend this fan model Smiley

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December 21, 2013, 01:05:50 PM
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Thank you guys for help wit this MAC issue Smiley You will be rewarded Smiley

sooooooooooo about this reward? Smiley should i be expecting a bifury in my mailbox this week?

Maybe not "bifury in mailbox" but you should be expecting something Smiley

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December 21, 2013, 01:29:11 PM
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OMG SUCCESS ON MAC! 4.8 Gh/s! I'm so excited  Cheesy

Ok, here's what you need to do. CScape it wouldn't hurt if you throw jedimstr and me some thanks (cough another bifury cough) for debugging this for you and your mac users.  Grin

To update firmware on Mac:
1. short the jumpers on your bi•fury and plug it in
2. Close all finder windows (just to be safe)
3. Open terminal, cd /Volumes/CRP\ DISABLD/
4. rm firmware.bin
5. curl -R -O --ssl http://c-scape.nl/bi-fury/firmware.bin (this downloads the firmware and leaves the modified date intact)
6. type diskutil list and note which disk# is used by CRP DISABLD, let's call this N (as in "diskN")
7. diskutil unmountDisk /dev/diskN where N is that # you just recorded
8. unplug and plug back in. The light will turn on then off again

To get it running in cgminer now:
1. sudo cgminer -o yourpool -u username -p pass — that's all, and thanks jedimstr for the sudo tip!

To thank 303 and jedimstr for helping you
303: BTC 1H9ygsQ19qfW6iEqc8irEPhzzd7tAMWzQn
jedimstr: BTC 1Gh4jRoqQNodvwWd74Y3VbpNamYmvdhwTn

Here's why downloading firmware on a mac and dragging it to the drive doesn't work:

Mac OS X / Chrome download does two things that mess with the file:
1. Mac OS X adds extended attributes (xattr list firmware.bin) to the file, one of which is a quarantine check.
2. Mac OS X modifies the date of the file (I'm not sure if this messes with it, but everything seems to go smoothly when I adjust for this with -R in curl)

What was happening was that the device didn't like this file and would overwrite it with its default firmware.bin, throwing us in a loop.

I also add this instruction to our support site Smiley Thank You again!

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December 21, 2013, 02:59:28 PM
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Hi Felipeo,

I have created account at Crypto Store, and I ordered and paid (with Bitpay) for 10 Bi-Fury USB miners.
Order #92x 21-Dec-2013

The order status is now 'processing'.
When do you think this order would be shipped?  Could it be Monday?

I'm just wondering if I would receive it before the new year.

Thank you
merv77

EDIT. 
Amazing... I already received tracking number.  scheduled delivery 31-Dec-13
I will definitely buy more after I receive these.

Thanks again Felipeo for super fast service.

Cheers
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December 21, 2013, 04:44:58 PM
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Interesting device,do you have many instock now?

lets say you have 10 of these in 1 usb hub with 10 slots, how much power draw would the psu use?

Interesting video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c034kbjGNh4


They suck huge amounts of power i run 4 on a usb3 hub (going to usb 2 port) + fan with iirc a 48W adapter. i can plug more in but sometimes the hashrate gets screwy yet when tested individually all sticks are fine. They mail them UPS so you get in ~3 days.
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December 22, 2013, 06:35:51 PM
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Interesting device,do you have many instock now?

lets say you have 10 of these in 1 usb hub with 10 slots, how much power draw would the psu use?

Interesting video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c034kbjGNh4


They suck huge amounts of power i run 4 on a usb3 hub (going to usb 2 port) + fan with iirc a 48W adapter. i can plug more in but sometimes the hashrate gets screwy yet when tested individually all sticks are fine. They mail them UPS so you get in ~3 days.

Anddos sorry for no answer I just mist your question.

Thanks for answer wunch.

Yes, They suck that much power like you give them up to ~0.85 W/GH.

ORICO hub form our video and shop runs 3-5 pieces easy, but when we try more there was some hashrate loss due power draw.
It also depend on mobo bus, on desktop PC you will connect more device without problems. On laptop less.
Always number of devices connected to one system will depend on host hardware.

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December 22, 2013, 07:05:42 PM
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HO HO HO  Grin

Bi•Fury/Cryptostore crew wants to wish you all Merry Christmas!
We hope for you to spend this special time with your family and beloved ones.
We wish us all to see only smooth difficulty increases throughout the upcoming year and payments getting confirmed in seconds.
Let's make this time even more cheerful to everyone!




This time we have prepared something for YOU:

First of all, our main product is on a Christmas sale! - Yes, the price has dropped significantly.
Additionally, we have included some new things to our store - you can check it out at: cryptostore.io


And well, it's not over yet!
Only now, you have a chance to get back 100% of the BTC price you paid for your order!
Everything you have to do is to purchase something up to December 25th 2013.
On 26th of December we will find one lucky person who will get the entire order total paid back to his wallet!

And... yes it's still not over!  Cheesy
You think that you don't have luck? and you never win a lottery price? We get something for you also!
Use special promo coupon on our store checkout: xmasbifury and get special Christmas discount on all our miners !



On top of that, we now have an access to the fastest and cheapest delivery companies in the world.
Expect your devices in 2 days EU and 5 days around the globe.



Remember that as always - all of our products are available in-stock!


Yours faithfully,
Bi•Fury/Cryptostore Team

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December 22, 2013, 08:35:36 PM
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First of all, our main product is on a Christmas sale! - Yes, the price has dropped significantly.

According to Sushi and a few others around here, BitCoinTalk members are only 1/3 as moronic as Ebay buyers.  While Ebay morons would be happy to pay $322 for 5GH/s, the moron here only want to pay 1/3 that price.  Honestly even $120 each would be my limit at this difficulty and BTC price.  $64 per GH is still way too high.

If I buy 10 BiFury devices at $2999, I'll have ~50GH/s.
If I buy 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499, I'll have ~100GH/s.
If I buy 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808, I'll have ~180GH/s.

$200 -$500 cheaper and two to three times the speed.  I just don't see any advantage in buying these compared to other devices currently available.  Am I missing something?

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December 22, 2013, 08:45:44 PM
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HO HO HO  Grin

Bi•Fury/Cryptostore crew wants to wish you all Merry Christmas!
We hope for you to spend this special time with your family and beloved ones.
We wish us all to see only smooth difficulty increases throughout the upcoming year and payments getting confirmed in seconds.
Let's make this time even more cheerful to everyone!


Merry Christmas to you and your family

Cheers and Thanks
merv77
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