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November 06, 2013, 12:04:06 AM
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I just got word from a new company that will be bringing us a 38 th/s BTC miner . I could not help myself and wanted to share the NEWS. Email from the company came about 20 minutes ago to us at  BitcoinSniper.com We will keep you updated . I remember being in awe over the first 5 gh/s miner .NOW what was thought to be the Pinnacle of Asic bitcoin mining hardware . I have found we are just scratching the surface .The final month of this year will truly shake up our bitcoin world and the people who want to stay ahead of the DIFF. The 38 gh/s will be the larger unit but two additional smaller units will be ready for purchase . Both Devices will be above 5 th/s
.Pricing will be affordable in compare to current hardware pricing  dynamics. NOTICE: we at bitcoinsniper.com will not be manufacturing this device . We simple review and provide information . In first communication with company I asked "deliver date" to make sure we would not have a BFL fumble. They stated "Day we launch shipping will be a week to eight days later". 

Tip:you might want to think about pooling funds together with 5-10 people for the larger unit .Even with current DIFF ROI will not be hard

Thank you for reading and lets continue to move forward to Greatness with Bitcoin


My next Question for you is what will the effects of these massive RIGS do to the current network and community. Your opinion please?

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November 06, 2013, 03:05:20 AM
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might want to hold onto that Bitcoin Hardware investment money a little while longer for the new RIGs on the short horizon

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November 06, 2013, 03:09:32 AM
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I just got word from a new company that will be bringing us a 38 th/s BTC miner . I could not help myself and wanted to share the NEWS. Email from the company came about 20 minutes ago to us at  BitcoinSniper.com We will keep you updated . I remember being in awe over the first 5 gh/s miner .NOW what was thought to be the Pinnacle of Asic bitcoin mining hardware . I have found we are just scratching the surface .The final month of this year will truly shake up our bitcoin world and the people who want to stay ahead of the DIFF. The 38 gh/s will be the larger unit but two additional smaller units will be ready for purchase . Both Devices will be above 5 th/s
.Pricing will be affordable in compare to current hardware pricing  dynamics. NOTICE: we at bitcoinsniper.com will not be manufacturing this device . We simple review and provide information . In first communication with company I asked "deliver date" to make sure we would not have a BFL fumble. They stated "Day we launch shipping will be a week to eight days later". 

Tip:you might want to think about pooling funds together with 5-10 people for the larger unit .Even with current DIFF ROI will not be hard

Thank you for reading and lets continue to move forward to Greatness with Bitcoin


My next Question for you is what will the effects of these massive RIGS do to the current network and community. Your opinion please?

38 th/s at this Diff would make you $9007.22 USD each day

Specs are impressive but the devil is in the details and if this is another pre-order/pre-pay 3-6 months ahead of time scheme there will be tremendous skepticism.
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November 06, 2013, 03:16:49 AM
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I just got word from a new company that will be bringing us a 38 th/s BTC miner . I could not help myself and wanted to share the NEWS. Email from the company came about 20 minutes ago to us at  BitcoinSniper.com We will keep you updated . I remember being in awe over the first 5 gh/s miner .NOW what was thought to be the Pinnacle of Asic bitcoin mining hardware . I have found we are just scratching the surface .The final month of this year will truly shake up our bitcoin world and the people who want to stay ahead of the DIFF. The 38 gh/s will be the larger unit but two additional smaller units will be ready for purchase . Both Devices will be above 5 th/s
.Pricing will be affordable in compare to current hardware pricing  dynamics. NOTICE: we at bitcoinsniper.com will not be manufacturing this device . We simple review and provide information . In first communication with company I asked "deliver date" to make sure we would not have a BFL fumble. They stated "Day we launch shipping will be a week to eight days later". 

Tip:you might want to think about pooling funds together with 5-10 people for the larger unit .Even with current DIFF ROI will not be hard

Thank you for reading and lets continue to move forward to Greatness with Bitcoin


My next Question for you is what will the effects of these massive RIGS do to the current network and community. Your opinion please?

38 th/s at this Diff would make you $9007.22 USD each day

Specs are impressive but the devil is in the details and if this is another pre-order/pre-pay 3-6 months ahead of time scheme there will be tremendous skepticism.
I agree , like i said we DO NOT Manufacture miners. Just Rate and review them along with their company. We will keep you updated as this New Monster miner gets ready to be shown to the public. Being under a non disclosure agreement this is all we can say for now . Hint: Everyone will know a lot more when the packers play the lions. We will be getting you some more information before then



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November 06, 2013, 03:24:06 AM
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I looked at your website. How often do you update your comparison data? For example, I see you still have the old hash rates for KNC miners and old delivery dates for HashFast listed.
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November 06, 2013, 03:26:35 AM
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I looked at your website. How often do you update your comparison data? For example, I see you still have the old hash rates for KNC miners and old delivery dates for HashFast listed.

ya doesnt seem accurate at all.

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November 06, 2013, 03:37:00 AM
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Yeah for being a person that is very current and at the head of the bitcoin info world, your site is very outdated.
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November 06, 2013, 03:40:46 AM
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I looked at your website. How often do you update your comparison data? For example, I see you still have the old hash rates for KNC miners and old delivery dates for HashFast listed.

ya doesnt seem accurate at all.

updated every day per ASIC companies DATA

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November 06, 2013, 03:42:14 AM
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Yeah for being a person that is very current and at the head of the bitcoin info world, your site is very outdated.

Like i said Updated per ASIC company. but we will make sure to get the chart up to speed .Thank you for the heads up

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November 06, 2013, 05:12:37 AM
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I looked at your website. How often do you update your comparison data? For example, I see you still have the old hash rates for KNC miners and old delivery dates for HashFast listed.

ya doesnt seem accurate at all.

updated every day per ASIC companies DATA

why did you put DATA in caps? it definitely not an acronym and barely even a buzzword.

ps: is it just a tiny bit odd that you implore people to get ready for a groupbuy on something noone has heard of?

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November 06, 2013, 05:19:41 AM
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updated daily, lol. you're so out of date.

this is so damn scammy
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November 06, 2013, 05:21:35 AM
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OP is full of fail.

38 TH/s? LOLZ.  How is this going to be powered a 100A power supply for a plasma welder?  Does house structural rewiring and high current safety interlock come included.

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November 06, 2013, 05:28:23 AM
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updated daily, lol. you're so out of date.

this is so damn scammy
Yeah, he was also warning people in another thread against buying from Black Arrow, which has already shipped product for a group buy.  This definitely smells funny.
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November 06, 2013, 05:42:07 AM
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I just got word from a new company that will be bringing us a 38 th/s BTC miner . I could not help myself and wanted to share the NEWS. Email from the company came about 20 minutes ago to us at  BitcoinSniper.com We will keep you updated . I remember being in awe over the first 5 gh/s miner .NOW what was thought to be the Pinnacle of Asic bitcoin mining hardware . I have found we are just scratching the surface .The final month of this year will truly shake up our bitcoin world and the people who want to stay ahead of the DIFF. The 38 gh/s will be the larger unit but two additional smaller units will be ready for purchase . Both Devices will be above 5 th/s
.Pricing will be affordable in compare to current hardware pricing  dynamics. NOTICE: we at bitcoinsniper.com will not be manufacturing this device . We simple review and provide information . In first communication with company I asked "deliver date" to make sure we would not have a BFL fumble. They stated "Day we launch shipping will be a week to eight days later". 

Tip:you might want to think about pooling funds together with 5-10 people for the larger unit .Even with current DIFF ROI will not be hard

Thank you for reading and lets continue to move forward to Greatness with Bitcoin


My next Question for you is what will the effects of these massive RIGS do to the current network and community. Your opinion please?

I think you get it wrong, Its 38 GH/s not 38 TH/s.....

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November 06, 2013, 05:42:45 AM
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You can believe what you want. Don’t shoot the messenger. I will say it once more “WE DO NOT MANUFACTURE MINING DEVICES “we provide information. The great thing about information is it’s free most of the time. Second this information I offer is FREE .You can choose to write it off as pointless dribble or store it for when you hear something about a mammoth of an asic miner. Seeing how I am not selling anything. I am not asking for your credit card number you can deduce that this information is for you to digest or regurgitate .it’s up to you. As always thank you for reading. I hope I can be of service to you in the future. I ask nothing of you .I only want to help you and help Bitcoin

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November 06, 2013, 05:48:28 AM
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I just wanted to ask the same.

And do you have some more information on them, like
Who ?
Where ?
When ?
How much ?
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November 06, 2013, 05:52:35 AM
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38 TH/s.  You just blew any credibility you might have for even accepting that without critical thinking.
Even at 0.5 J/GH that is 19 KW.  At 240V it would be over 80A of current.  
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November 06, 2013, 05:52:56 AM
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Smells fishy to me.
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November 06, 2013, 05:55:03 AM
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I looked at your website. How often do you update your comparison data? For example, I see you still have the old hash rates for KNC miners and old delivery dates for HashFast listed.

ya doesnt seem accurate at all.

updated every day per ASIC companies DATA

why did you put DATA in caps? it definitely not an acronym and barely even a buzzword.

ps: is it just a tiny bit odd that you implore people to get ready for a groupbuy on something noone has heard of?
ps: is it just a tiny bit odd that you implore people to get ready for a groupbuy on something noone has heard of?
Just want people to be ready. I promise you well never hear me ask for people to buy anything. I offer nothing for sale. I truly just want to provide people with information.No gimmicks or scams up my sleeve. Just good old fashion Free information. I understand this community has been hit by scam after scam that its hard for you to understand that some people just want to help. I wish now that i would have just kept this information to myself. I figured people would share in my excitement . I am guessing this is no place for optimistic tendency’s .

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