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November 03, 2013, 09:11:09 PM
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Hello,
I have made a design for a custom board for the 65nm BFL chips.
The board I have designed is meant to be produced at a very low cost.
This board needs only 2 things to come to life.
  • 1) it needs the software to be customized so that it can be run without the ftdi chip.
  • 2) it needs some BTC so that the boards and supporting parts can be purchased.
The software should be fairly easy to customize because the MCU chip I used is the same one
that BFL used. I have someone ready to customize the FW but he has a regular job to do so
he cannot do the work for free. I would also be open to having outside help on the software
side of things. The profits could be shared if the software is developed.
This board is made to be cheap but solid.

I am looking forward to comments.

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November 03, 2013, 10:50:51 PM
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Hello,
I have made a design for a custom board for the 65nm BFL chips.
The board I have designed is meant to be produced at a very low cost.
This board needs only 2 things to come to life.
  • 1) it needs the software to be customized so that it can be run without the ftdi chip.
  • 2) it needs some BTC so that the boards and supporting parts can be purchased.
The software should be fairly easy to customize because the MCU chip I used is the same one
that BFL used. I have someone ready to customize the FW but he has a regular job to do so
he cannot do the work for free. I would also be open to having outside help on the software
side of things. The profits could be shared if the software is developed.
This board is made to be cheap but solid.

I am looking forward to comments.

i3lue Fire

its a nice idea but not really worth it now bitfury have better chips and much much much cheaper. if you could use bitfury chips it might get more attention

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