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August 17, 2011, 09:12:41 AM
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Hi,
I'm looking for a mining contract that can give me the following:
1.More than 7GH/s power
2.Be low priced (as much as possible and must open to negotiation by the merchant)
3.No lock in whatsoever (as this is frowned upon for my specific needs,however I'm open to negotiation on that)
4.Be willing to take Payment with MoneyBookers or other payments like that without a fuss/excuse.
5.Must be open to giving me much more power if I need it (e.g like up from 8GH/s to 100GH/s for 1 day)
6.Must provide good service and be reputable.


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August 17, 2011, 11:31:02 AM
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I have done business with and recommend the user Shakaru.  He has done many mining contracts with users here (though I'm not sure if he has done one quite this large).  Another option is the user Vladimir, which is another respected member of the community.

I'm not sure anybody currently doing contracts can satisfy your item#5 - not only is unreasonable (nobody keeps an extra 100 GHash on the back-burner in case a client wants it - they would make more money using that 100 GHash themselves), but its against how contracts work (if you contract  X GHash, then that is your contract - things get too involved when dealing with such individual stipulations).

Regarding item #2, "low priced" probably varies a lot from any individuals perspective. It will never be "cheaper" to mine on contract VS. owning your own equipment (those offering the contract have to make something in return to make money and account for depreciation of their hardware ). Like anything else, there is a balance.  Going with a smaller contracting company (or individual) will likely get you the best price, at the cost of some increased risk. Going with a larger contracting company won't be as cost-effective, but your risk is lower.  This is probably the big picture you need to look at and see where you fall! (and in this instance, Shakaru and Vladimir fit this analogy perfectly - Vladimir is the professional, and Shakaru is is more of a "mom and pop" shop). Personally, i would trust doing business with either.  I'm sure there are others offering contracts, but at this point you need to weigh your risk vs contract price - everyone has their own balance.

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August 17, 2011, 11:44:28 AM
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item no5 is purely optional,it simply highlights possibilities of scaling up power if possible.Since this simply isn't possible to scale it up,that item can be ignored then.I saw a guy offering 7GH/s.Get him on the case.

Low priced.I've noticed that where I am,costs are much higher for hardware and energy use so a mining contract looks good in comparison.


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August 17, 2011, 11:54:33 AM
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For 7 Ghps contract my bid is 15k£ for first 5 Month, 1150£/Month thereafter indefinitely (until cancelled).

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5.Must be open to giving me much more power if I need it (e.g like up from 8GH/s to 100GH/s for 1 day)

This, while possible in principle and I have the capacity, is highly unusual for such kind of contracts. I could discuss this in private. PM me on https://bitcoin.org.uk if interested.

Kind Regards,
Vladimir.

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August 17, 2011, 11:57:50 AM
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For 7 Ghps contract my bid is 15k£ for first 5 Month, 1150£/Month thereafter indefinitely (until cancelled).

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5.Must be open to giving me much more power if I need it (e.g like up from 8GH/s to 100GH/s for 1 day)

This, while possible in principle and I have the capacity, is highly unusual for such kind of contracts. I could discuss this in private. PM me on https://bitcoin.org.uk if interested.

Kind Regards,
Vladimir.


I'll review your offer as I'm dealing with other bids on different areas of the forums atm. Thanx though

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