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December 24, 2013, 01:28:14 AM
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I also find his absence interesting.  He gets called out for being Eduardo the CEO of Hashfast and he claims I'm harassing him and disapears.

As a consumer I don't know what has offended me more, that a company would use underhanded aggressive smear tactics in this way, or that they would deliberately lie and misrepresent their timeline/refund policy.

If I had an ownership stake in one of the other mining companies (Active mining, KNC, Cointerra etc.) and this had been done towards my company, I would be pressing charges and seeking restitution.
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December 24, 2013, 09:56:27 AM
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Accusations of Bitcoinorama or Cypherdoc and others have popped up as threads before...

Fact is I never lied, always told the truth, performed my due diligence including reading terms and conditions and setting up alerts on companies I was following to track changes they made to Ts&Cs when I saw something amiss and was by and large always right. I never bet the farm, and haven't lost my money to foul play, or fraud. None of my predictions were proven false, and my integrity is in tact, on top of which I now get to work in an exciting industry and most people are pleased to meet me. That said for those that hide behind a persona, or shaft people in what is still a relatively small industry find themselves unwelcome. Greed blinds, and apparently few have the foresight to adopt a longer term view, or believe that time forgets and there will be fresh lambs to the slaughter. Not cool, I never understood why no one wanted to build a long term business, for me that just highlights how little belief those individuals really hold in Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency revolution.

I know it's laborious to read the fine print, but when it comes to things like pre-orders, nothing paints a clearer picture of a company than the contracts they chose to bond you by, and the accountability they wish to assume, or avoid...

Sorry ears were burning, back on subject...Wink

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December 24, 2013, 11:29:25 AM
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Fact is I never lied, always told the truth...



And you have, if only everyone saw your warnings
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December 25, 2013, 08:45:14 AM
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I've invited Mr. BREAKER to identify himself.

Sometimes I've wondered— when we've had really extreme over the top "shills", like in this case— if they really weren't double-secret shills pretending to shill just to make their love-object look repulsive. I guess intrigue seldom goes that deep in reality, but its something to consider.

Irritating in any case.

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December 25, 2013, 10:49:11 AM
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i see the word "shill" tossed around these boards a LOT. what if a customer purchases a miner and just "really" wants his company to be legit? it's hard not to defend a company you've given $K's to. does one immediately jump on the conspiracy theory train after making a purchase or is it possible customers did some diligence prior to purchasing? im confused because these shill accusations are just over the top.

I intend to coarsen. I want stark contrasts drawn. I want polarization. I will not quietly accept stateism so as not to upset anyone. I am not tolerant of our impending and increasing slavery.
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December 25, 2013, 10:54:06 AM
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i see the word "shill" tossed around these boards a LOT. what if a customer purchases a miner and just "really" wants his company to be legit? it's hard not to defend a company you've given $K's to. does one immediately jump on the conspiracy theory train after making a purchase or is it possible customers did some diligence prior to purchasing? im confused because these shill accusations are just over the top.

I think it has to do with the unbelievable amount of effort wasted trolling/harassing any hashfast competitors thread.

If someone actually pays this idiot to troll all day I would be surprised.
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December 25, 2013, 11:04:56 AM
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well, i haven't seen him in any threads i lurk - maybe he's slacking eh?

I intend to coarsen. I want stark contrasts drawn. I want polarization. I will not quietly accept stateism so as not to upset anyone. I am not tolerant of our impending and increasing slavery.
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December 27, 2013, 11:49:00 PM
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So all your orders will be shipped and delivered in the next 9 days, with a major holiday happening in the middle?

Yes, we anticipate delivery in the next 9 days or sooner.  Otherwise refunds will be issued.

Batch One is currently being tested.  All orders are being sent overnight.

If you are trying to host your BabyJet at a colo that only accepts rackmount, there may be an adapter capable of converting the ATX desktop to rails.

This is what I found:

http://www.pelco.com/sites/global/en/products/analog-systems-controls/range-presentation.page?p_function_id=10505&p_family_id=10505&p_range_id=5553

Any Custom Hardware gurus reading this, please weigh in.

Best,

-HF_CL




Hey you remember this? Good times. So batch 1 was being tested, but now you don't even have the pcbs for batch 1?

Ok... and you wonder why some of us don't trust a single word out of your lying mouths. Fucking bunch of idiots, thanks for exposing my personal email address as well.

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December 27, 2013, 11:50:52 PM
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Maybe they had the boards, then during testing they found that they were unstable.
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December 28, 2013, 12:28:27 AM
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Maybe they had the boards, then during testing they found that they were unstable.
+1.  It's funny how many people forget what testing means...
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December 28, 2013, 12:40:55 AM
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Maybe they had the boards, then during testing they found that they were unstable.
+1.  It's funny how many people forget what testing means...

Except that it was said that batch one was being tested. Batch one meaning the collective amount of the entire order.

The board was being tested long before this.
http://ow.ly/i/3Xrbt




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December 28, 2013, 12:54:27 AM
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Maybe they had the boards, then during testing they found that they were unstable.
+1.  It's funny how many people forget what testing means...

Except that it was said that batch one was being tested. Batch one meaning the collective amount of the entire order.

The board was being tested long before this.
http://ow.ly/i/3Xrbt
*A* board was being tested; not necessarily their production board.  Not going to make any claims about their schedule or whatever, but you usually test something to look for problems.  I guess we'll see what they do.
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December 28, 2013, 01:09:00 AM
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That was the 7th when the first board rolled off a high speed production line. The 23rd is when they said "batch one" was being tested. A reasonable person would tend to think the entire system is being tested and not just the simple PCB after 2-3 weeks.

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December 28, 2013, 01:46:45 AM
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That was the 7th when the first board rolled off a high speed production line. The 23rd is when they said "batch one" was being tested. A reasonable person would tend to think the entire system is being tested and not just the simple PCB after 2-3 weeks.
Agreed. I haven't been following this that closely. I was just amused that people were associating 'testing' with 'shipping'. It's a step, yeah... But you test to find bugs. Sometimes you do.
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December 28, 2013, 01:53:44 AM
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Ice hasn't posted on this thread, has he? Bizarre since he posts heavily on other ASIC mfrs threads.
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December 28, 2013, 02:01:01 AM
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iCEBREAKER hasn't been active since Christmas. Also, he has posted in this thread.
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October 08, 2015, 10:09:17 PM
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Lots of developments on the scammer, definitely worthy an update! I'll just quote portions of my caveat-posting from my signature here:

With no morals, no shame, no remorse and a criminal energy rarely seen out in the open latin lover boy Eduardo deCastro and his ASIC-scam company TrashFast kept robbing unsuspecting customers of their hard earned money, lying to them about delivery dates and perpetuating a criminal enterprise.
And yet they still evaded the grasp of law enforcement. No problem if you can spend the money you stole on expensive lawyers, I guess.

Oh but don't believe me: Let the scammer himself explain to you why he's not a scammer:
http://hashfast.com/on-why-were-not-scammers/

Or would you rather let his long track record of lies do the talking?
http://hashfast.org/List_of_Lies <- OFFLINE(?) ALTERNATIVE LINK (Google Cache)
https://hashfastscam.wordpress.com/

iCEsCAMMER under investigation:
January 6, 2014 http://www.coindesk.com/asic-manufacturer-hashfast-faces-legal-action/
May 9, 2014 http://www.coindesk.com/hashfast-cuts-50-of-staff-denies-bankruptcy-rumors/
August 18, 2015 http://www.coindesk.com/judge-approves-fraud-claims-against-bitcoin-mining-firm-hashfast/


"Publishing publicly available information about me is harassment" -Eduardo deCastro on how to keep a low profile

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