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June 11, 2018, 08:26:07 PM
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@nickmiller24,
 I look forward to get that info as well.

I just provided the proof for the domain he requested. Is there something more you'd like?


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June 11, 2018, 08:56:36 PM
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@nickmiller24,
 I look forward to get that info as well.

I just provided the proof for the domain he requested. Is there something more you'd like?



Hyperthetically and unlikely, but if u fail to sell all your cards ( the farm doesnt decide to buy the remaining cards and small buyers dont fill your order) , does the deal still go ahead? Do you have a minimum you have to sell for the deal to procede?

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June 11, 2018, 09:02:33 PM
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@nickmiller24,
 I look forward to get that info as well.

I just provided the proof for the domain he requested. Is there something more you'd like?



Hyperthetically and unlikely, but if u fail to sell all your cards ( the farm doesnt decide to buy the remaining cards and small buyers dont fill your order) , does the deal still go ahead? Do you have a minimum you have to sell for the deal to procede?

Yes

Edit: Sorry, i realized there was a second question in there. The answer to that one is Yes as well.

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June 11, 2018, 09:25:29 PM
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In anticipation of many people having the same questions after these start to ship, I am trying to get ahead and have the information ready.

I threw together a web site and will be adding content as it becomes available:
http://www.whattominefpga.com

The site focuses on getting set up and mining the most profitable coins, but could include FAQs, etc. if there is demand.
Consider this a very early draft.



I should also mention that I am in no way affiliated with anyone on this board or anyone involved with the sale of products in this space.




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June 11, 2018, 09:31:49 PM
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In anticipation of many people having the same questions after these start to ship, I am trying to get ahead and have the information ready.

I threw together a web site and will be adding content as it becomes available:
http://www.whattominefpga.com

The site focuses on getting set up and mining the most profitable coins, but could include FAQs, etc. if there is demand.
Consider this a very early draft.






Good idea

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June 11, 2018, 09:41:23 PM
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According to whitefire, X16R, X16S , X17 "requires 2-3 FPGA cards connected together at 320GBps with 2 x QSFP28 cables, since the algorithms do not fit in a single FPGA effectively."

So would the 16GB memory circumvent that? Seeing if I would need an even amount of FPGA or not or would 1 FPGA would be able to achieve the same thing and swap out the bitstreams within the 16GB memory.?
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June 11, 2018, 10:20:57 PM
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According to whitefire, X16R, X16S , X17 "requires 2-3 FPGA cards connected together at 320GBps with 2 x QSFP28 cables, since the algorithms do not fit in a single FPGA effectively."

So would the 16GB memory circumvent that? Seeing if I would need an even amount of FPGA or not or would 1 FPGA would be able to achieve the same thing and swap out the bitstreams within the 16GB memory.?

You would need to ask whitefire. I can't comment on any of his designs.


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June 11, 2018, 10:24:06 PM
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According to whitefire, X16R, X16S , X17 "requires 2-3 FPGA cards connected together at 320GBps with 2 x QSFP28 cables, since the algorithms do not fit in a single FPGA effectively."

So would the 16GB memory circumvent that? Seeing if I would need an even amount of FPGA or not or would 1 FPGA would be able to achieve the same thing and swap out the bitstreams within the 16GB memory.?

There are theoretical designs where x16r could be enabled by storing state and swapping bitstreams with RAM, I don’t know that they are advantageous in any way.
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June 11, 2018, 11:07:29 PM
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In anticipation of many people having the same questions after these start to ship, I am trying to get ahead and have the information ready.

I threw together a web site and will be adding content as it becomes available:
http://www.whattominefpga.com

The site focuses on getting set up and mining the most profitable coins, but could include FAQs, etc. if there is demand.
Consider this a very early draft.



I should also mention that I am in no way affiliated with anyone on this board or anyone involved with the sale of products in this space.






If my original account wasn't hacked and locked and still not reset.... .... ... ....

I cannot give you merit and only offer you thumbs up.....

thumbs up!

btw, really wish my original account would be reset to my original email address before it was hacked and forced to be locked....
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June 11, 2018, 11:09:34 PM
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Based off the conversations with Paypal are you anticipating this being an available payment option prior to this Friday?
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June 11, 2018, 11:26:41 PM
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Based off the conversations with Paypal are you anticipating this being an available payment option prior to this Friday?

They're supposed to call me tomorrow. That's all I know.


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June 12, 2018, 12:00:58 AM
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I've seen these cards do 1900Mh/s on Ethereum are you guys providing a bitstream soon for Seth?
Thanks,
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June 12, 2018, 12:02:45 AM
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I've seen these cards do 1900Mh/s on Ethereum are you guys providing a bitstream soon for Seth?
Thanks,
Alan

That eth video is 100% BS.

We're only planning to provide lyra2z and cnv1. I'll be mostly focused on the shell which will allow community developers to quickly put their design together.

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June 12, 2018, 12:54:02 AM
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We're only planning to provide lyra2z and cnv1. I'll be mostly focused on the shell which will allow community developers to quickly put their design together.

Will you be auditing the codes that the developers push into the shell? Wondering if there's a possibility for backdoors or what not or if there's a hidden dev fee on top of your shell dev fee that they can somehow implement.
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June 12, 2018, 12:55:00 AM
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I've seen these cards do 1900Mh/s on Ethereum are you guys providing a bitstream soon for Seth?
Thanks,
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Imagine how much ram that would need on 1 single card

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June 12, 2018, 12:56:24 AM
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We're only planning to provide lyra2z and cnv1. I'll be mostly focused on the shell which will allow community developers to quickly put their design together.

Will you be auditing the codes that the developers push into the shell? Wondering if there's a possibility for backdoors or what not or if there's a hidden dev fee on top of your shell dev fee that they can somehow implement.

The shell will have limits and securities in place to protect the users from the developers and the developers from the users. We'll also be providing all of the software.




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June 12, 2018, 07:18:45 AM
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We're only planning to provide lyra2z and cnv1. I'll be mostly focused on the shell which will allow community developers to quickly put their design together.

Will you be auditing the codes that the developers push into the shell? Wondering if there's a possibility for backdoors or what not or if there's a hidden dev fee on top of your shell dev fee that they can somehow implement.

The shell will have limits and securities in place to protect the users from the developers and the developers from the users. We'll also be providing all of the software.





Hmm, I've just seen that Vivado Webpack does not support this FPGA version, need the full software, which is around 3k-4k, do you have any solution for that? I'd rather not pay that to develop for the platform.
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June 12, 2018, 07:29:17 AM
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We're only planning to provide lyra2z and cnv1. I'll be mostly focused on the shell which will allow community developers to quickly put their design together.

Will you be auditing the codes that the developers push into the shell? Wondering if there's a possibility for backdoors or what not or if there's a hidden dev fee on top of your shell dev fee that they can somehow implement.

The shell will have limits and securities in place to protect the users from the developers and the developers from the users. We'll also be providing all of the software.


Hmm, I've just seen that Vivado Webpack does not support this FPGA version, need the full software, which is around 3k-4k, do you have any solution for that? I'd rather not pay that to develop for the platform.

We're still trying to confirm if Xilinx is going to include the licenses. If not, I'll provide some licenses and figure out some sort of licensing situation.

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June 12, 2018, 06:58:44 PM
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Hi

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with friend at me see for buy 4 at 6 or possible 8 of your incredible card

can you tell me if can do cryptonight v7 and give me the hashrate for this money if you can

see the profitabyliti of this card

and which solution for money transfert you accept ?

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June 12, 2018, 07:51:22 PM
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Update:

Paypal asked for additional documentation. By the time we get them the additional documentation the sales will already be closed.

They will allow us to continue doing business in the future though. So, future batches with paypal shouldn't be an issue.




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