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October 29, 2013, 10:34:55 PM
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Looking forward to this product, looks very promising.
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October 29, 2013, 11:21:14 PM
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Do we know the price yet?
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October 29, 2013, 11:28:10 PM
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Waiting Price Wink

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October 30, 2013, 03:27:50 PM
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Waiting Price Wink



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October 30, 2013, 03:57:46 PM
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If the price is right for this product then these will be the new erupters. I hope the seller isnt too stupid too overprice them and let the project fail.
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October 30, 2013, 04:05:00 PM
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Has anybody done the math (assuming plausible difficulty increases, electricity price, etc) to determine a theoretical break even price for these?  

I think paying break even is reasonable given the strong demand for better mining gear, offset by the massive risks of BTC price volatility and skyrocketing difficulty.  

Getting people to pay above break even is a recipe for failure, as many other posters have alluded to.  To buy or not to buy should be an economically rational decision....
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October 30, 2013, 05:21:30 PM
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Has anybody done the math (assuming plausible difficulty increases, electricity price, etc) to determine a theoretical break even price for these?  

I think paying break even is reasonable given the strong demand for better mining gear, offset by the massive risks of BTC price volatility and skyrocketing difficulty.  

Getting people to pay above break even is a recipe for failure, as many other posters have alluded to.  To buy or not to buy should be an economically rational decision....

It doesn't make sense to put your capital at risk merely to break even.
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October 30, 2013, 05:38:17 PM
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Has anybody done the math (assuming plausible difficulty increases, electricity price, etc) to determine a theoretical break even price for these?  

I think paying break even is reasonable given the strong demand for better mining gear, offset by the massive risks of BTC price volatility and skyrocketing difficulty.  

Getting people to pay above break even is a recipe for failure, as many other posters have alluded to.  To buy or not to buy should be an economically rational decision....

It doesn't make sense to put your capital at risk merely to break even.

Bingo, and the first vendor to get chips, produce hardware, and sell between the parts price and the ROI point will bank.  Seems like everyone who has gotten greedy has just managed to produce themselves a bunch of hardware.
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October 30, 2013, 07:31:56 PM
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Smartest thing to do is to mine with these for max. 1 month and then put it on sale for Ebay. Everything you mine in the first month will be pure profit because you will be able to sell on Ebay for the same price you bought it for (or even get more). There are a lot of buyers who don't calculate the rising difficulty and will buy it for you for way too expensive.

Look at the Jalapenos of 5 Gh that are being sold for €350, totally ridiculous.
I also see it currently with KNCminers on Ebay. The Mercury which you could buy for €2000 has been sold this week for €2700 !
And besides that the guy has mined with it for a couple of weeks!
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October 30, 2013, 07:34:33 PM
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Has anybody done the math (assuming plausible difficulty increases, electricity price, etc) to determine a theoretical break even price for these?  

I think paying break even is reasonable given the strong demand for better mining gear, offset by the massive risks of BTC price volatility and skyrocketing difficulty.  

Getting people to pay above break even is a recipe for failure, as many other posters have alluded to.  To buy or not to buy should be an economically rational decision....

It doesn't make sense to put your capital at risk merely to break even.

Of course it doesn't make sense, but I suspect break even is a price the market will bear.
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October 30, 2013, 08:39:06 PM
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Smartest thing to do is to mine with these for max. 1 month and then put it on sale for Ebay. Everything you mine in the first month will be pure profit because you will be able to sell on Ebay for the same price you bought it for (or even get more). There are a lot of buyers who don't calculate the rising difficulty and will buy it for you for way too expensive.

Look at the Jalapenos of 5 Gh that are being sold for €350, totally ridiculous.
I also see it currently with KNCminers on Ebay. The Mercury which you could buy for €2000 has been sold this week for €2700 !
And besides that the guy has mined with it for a couple of weeks!

The eBay market for ASIC miners is not nearly as good today as it was yesterday (last week, last month, etc)!  Every day, the final sell price for miners drops considerably.  It seems eBay buyers are finally wising up.  BFL Singles are often selling for well below retail price.
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October 30, 2013, 10:14:19 PM
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So can this miners mine all them SHA-256 alt coins like PPC, Zetacoin, TGC ?

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October 30, 2013, 10:38:47 PM
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So can this miners mine all them SHA-256 alt coins like PPC, Zetacoin, TGC ?

Yes.

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October 31, 2013, 09:59:36 PM
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Smartest thing to do is to mine with these for max. 1 month and then put it on sale for Ebay. Everything you mine in the first month will be pure profit because you will be able to sell on Ebay for the same price you bought it for (or even get more). There are a lot of buyers who don't calculate the rising difficulty and will buy it for you for way too expensive.

Look at the Jalapenos of 5 Gh that are being sold for €350, totally ridiculous.
I also see it currently with KNCminers on Ebay. The Mercury which you could buy for €2000 has been sold this week for €2700 !
And besides that the guy has mined with it for a couple of weeks!

The eBay market for ASIC miners is not nearly as good today as it was yesterday (last week, last month, etc)!  Every day, the final sell price for miners drops considerably.  It seems eBay buyers are finally wising up.  BFL Singles are often selling for well below retail price.

 well bfl singles are not the best gear to use as a price gauge.  it had 2 price points the older buyers and the newer buyers..  It is expensive at either price IIRC first 1249 then 2499 usd in april 2013.

  The beauty of a stick or even a hub of sticks  is the lure of free power.  Many dorms and apartments have free power. so a hub of 10x 5gh sticks burning 50-70 watts with a quiet fan  has a big value compared to a loud single burning 350-400 watts.
 

I could sell these for a good price on ebay  1.5x-2x  the price of a single per gh.


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Butterfly-Labs-BFL-Single-60-GH-s-ASIC-Bitcoin-Miner-IN-HAND-READY-TO-SHIP-/131035789127?pt=CPUs&hash=item1e82577747


  this is    the lowest buy-it-now  60gh for 1375 or 22usd a gh. 

    I know a 5gh stick will sell for  150 200  or 30- 40 usd a gh.   why one stick  even 2 3 or 4 can vanish power wise   at a college dorm.  so the value is far better then a loud bfl  single.

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October 31, 2013, 10:27:21 PM
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Will you accept payment from coinbase?
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October 31, 2013, 10:33:27 PM
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So can this miners mine all them SHA-256 alt coins like PPC, Zetacoin, TGC ?

Yes.

great, will connect my readers to your thread.

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November 04, 2013, 05:51:28 AM
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For now we are most believe in ORICO A3H10 hub.
Price per port is right and quality is very good.
But they will always be OFF after a power failure.
I'd recommend the ORICO P10-U3 instead.
I might have to take this recommendation back - mine just started causing Linux kernel panics every time I plug it in...

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November 04, 2013, 05:59:15 AM
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For now we are most believe in ORICO A3H10 hub.
Price per port is right and quality is very good.
But they will always be OFF after a power failure.
I'd recommend the ORICO P10-U3 instead.
I might have to take this recommendation back - mine just started causing Linux kernel panics every time I plug it in...

I've only had mine a week. Connected to Ras_Pi. good so far.

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November 04, 2013, 12:55:51 PM
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Ordering will open on schedule ?
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November 04, 2013, 02:15:30 PM
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I am just wondering about the same thing. The OP said 1 - 5 Nov, it is 4 Nov now.
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