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December 17, 2013, 11:47:00 PM
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680 GH/s Hash Rate ASIC Bitcoin Miners IN HAND

What's Included:
1x Butterfly Labs BFL Bitforce Mini Rig SC 500 GH/s (no Nexus)
3x Butterfly Labs BFL Single SC 60 GH/s


Units are ready to mine and make you money!

Warranty is through Butterfly Labs. According to their web site, all ASIC miners have a lifetime warranty. This warranty is issued to the ASIC device, not the owner, so I do not warrant the device personally. It is currently running and doing great. I have had no problems with the unit. It just works!

Warranty: This unit's system board has a lifetime warranty from manufacture defect or component failure. All repairs, returns, exchanges will be made through Butterfly Labs, seller is not responsible, and buyer agrees to these terms upon purchasing item.

I can demo the units and show you that they're working over Skype or FaceTime.

Asking BTC equivalent of $29,500 + shipping OBO. Willing to use reputable escrow service.
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December 18, 2013, 12:35:49 AM
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Asking BTC equivalent of $29,500 + shipping OBO. Willing to use reputable escrow service.

So is this an auction or not?
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December 18, 2013, 01:03:30 AM
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Asking BTC equivalent of $29,500 + shipping OBO. Willing to use reputable escrow service.

So is this an auction or not?


Yes, if nobody can offer me the full asking price... Hence "OBO."
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December 18, 2013, 01:12:49 AM
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Read the auction etiquette, you are expected to post certain guidelines.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=287020.0


I made the same mistake with my first auction too.

680 GH/s Hash Rate ASIC Bitcoin Miners IN HAND

What's Included:
1x Butterfly Labs BFL Bitforce Mini Rig SC 500 GH/s (no Nexus)
3x Butterfly Labs BFL Single SC 60 GH/s


Units are ready to mine and make you money!

Warranty is through Butterfly Labs. According to their web site, all ASIC miners have a lifetime warranty. This warranty is issued to the ASIC device, not the owner, so I do not warrant the device personally. It is currently running and doing great. I have had no problems with the unit. It just works!

Warranty: This unit's system board has a lifetime warranty from manufacture defect or component failure. All repairs, returns, exchanges will be made through Butterfly Labs, seller is not responsible, and buyer agrees to these terms upon purchasing item.

I can demo the units and show you that they're working over Skype or FaceTime.

Asking BTC equivalent of $29,500 + shipping OBO. Willing to use reputable escrow service.

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December 18, 2013, 04:14:59 AM
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do you even realize you're asking 47btc for those old miners?  Shocked for that amount i can get 2.2th mining in a few days... 15 btc is the reasonable price for this power hog...
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December 18, 2013, 12:23:52 PM
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Yehhh, you aren't making that.

What I don't get about you guys selling miners is..... you know how it works, so why do you consistently try to sell these miners at prices you know won't ROI and expect people to snap them up!?
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December 18, 2013, 03:17:06 PM
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Yehhh, you aren't making that.

What I don't get about you guys selling miners is..... you know how it works, so why do you consistently try to sell these miners at prices you know won't ROI and expect people to snap them up!?
Explaination is mostly simple: He bought too expensive, and now he expect to found another idiot, who is willing to pay overprice too.


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December 18, 2013, 04:11:40 PM
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Try eBay.  Some real good customers (read: suckers) there.
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December 20, 2013, 04:36:12 PM
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Just like the person above said, ebay would be best route for you.

I wish you luck on not getting a charge back.

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December 27, 2013, 07:05:59 PM
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680 GH/s Hash Rate ASIC Bitcoin Miners IN HAND

What's Included:
1x Butterfly Labs BFL Bitforce Mini Rig SC 500 GH/s (no Nexus)
3x Butterfly Labs BFL Single SC 60 GH/s


Units are ready to mine and make you money!

Warranty is through Butterfly Labs. According to their web site, all ASIC miners have a lifetime warranty. This warranty is issued to the ASIC device, not the owner, so I do not warrant the device personally. It is currently running and doing great. I have had no problems with the unit. It just works!

Warranty: This unit's system board has a lifetime warranty from manufacture defect or component failure. All repairs, returns, exchanges will be made through Butterfly Labs, seller is not responsible, and buyer agrees to these terms upon purchasing item.

I can demo the units and show you that they're working over Skype or FaceTime.

Asking BTC equivalent of $29,500 + shipping OBO. Willing to use reputable escrow service.

If you are looking to get more than normal price for old hardware I would recommend you sell it locally or through eBay. People here are too knowledgeable on how much your hardware is worth realistically that you won't get anywhere close to your asking price. You probably want to find people who are new to bitcoin who are willing to an arm and leg to get into the art of mining. Smiley


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December 27, 2013, 07:25:37 PM
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Even on ebay is impossible to get 29k USD for this set.


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December 27, 2013, 08:24:33 PM
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Even on ebay is impossible to get 29k USD for this set.

Yeah your right likely. This reminds me of the locals here who I see trying to sell their 4 module Avalons for $10,000 CAD. LAUGH
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December 28, 2013, 07:54:02 PM
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I will bid:

3.50 BTC (shipping included)

That makes me the highest bidder. welcome to how an auction works Smiley

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December 29, 2013, 06:03:17 AM
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Unfortunatelly he don't wrote it is an bid auction, he wrote it is like a fixed price auction.


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December 31, 2013, 08:13:23 PM
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Unfortunatelly he don't wrote it is an bid auction, he wrote it is like a fixed price auction.

i would love to hear what is the difference between a 'fixed-price auction' and posting in the for sale section?

AFAIC, if you post in the auction section with a timeframe, you expect to sell to the highest bidder

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December 31, 2013, 08:35:35 PM
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680 GHs will give us almost 1 BTC in 4 days and if we calculate ROI in the normal range and for used Device may be we can only offer highest 7 BTC or 6K in Cash. that will be also including Shipping. if you are ok with this then keep my BID as 7 BTC.

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Is this to hard to understand, that is a FIX PRICE auction?

You pay the overprice which the to want, or not. No space for offers.


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Unfortunatelly he don't wrote it is an bid auction, he wrote it is like a fixed price auction.

i would love to hear what is the difference between a 'fixed-price auction' and posting in the for sale section?

AFAIC, if you post in the auction section with a timeframe, you expect to sell to the highest bidder
There is no difference, just a seller who don't understand where to place the offer.

And btw, where you see a timeframe? I can't see...i just see a offer from 17.12. and never any response from the buyer.


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January 03, 2014, 05:00:47 AM
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Hey, sorry for the late response here. Rigs are now sold!
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