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June 10, 2014, 08:48:37 PM
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Hashfast have entered chapter 11 bankruptsy which means they can still operate while paying their debts as opposed to a chapter 7 which is totall liquidation.Hashcoins should still be able to get their ASICs.
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June 13, 2014, 12:37:25 PM
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Would it be possible to buy these miners straight from you in Estonia or are there supply problems?
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June 18, 2014, 06:57:22 AM
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Any updates by anyone for bitcoin mining machines from Hashcoins that hav'nt arrived yet.I was just wondering if there had been any news?
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June 18, 2014, 06:44:09 PM
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Thanks Bcmine . Anyone else?
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June 18, 2014, 08:46:41 PM
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I received upgraded Apollo two weeks ago. Started mining at 550-600 GH/s (at 550 MHz), but support said that need time to "burn the chip" at least for a week. Now it makes stable 650-700 MH/s (at 750 MHz). Will see.
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June 19, 2014, 06:26:36 AM
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I got my second apollo 2 days ago. New miner case, noise from cooling fans is lower (thank you lord) different packaging, better hashrate. This time with UPS,  first was with DHL.
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June 19, 2014, 07:13:20 AM
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There seems to light at the end of the tunnel then.Recieved nothing as yet but I'm a little more hopeful having heard some of this thanks.
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June 23, 2014, 07:19:40 PM
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I recieved info from Hashcoins around the 8th that they had filled the 32XX invoice series. (I have an earlier post about this with more detail.)

I have one order in the low 33XX series and one in the 35XX series. I should expect to hear soon, like this coming week, that my first order has shipped, but I have not recieved any notice at this point in time. They suggested that I should expect both orders filled by the end of this month. That would be between 200 and 300 orders, and I'm not optimistic they will complete that many. I hope I'm wrong.

This should give everyone a good idea of where they are at. I will post when I receive notice that my first order has shipped. That will confirm that they are under way filling the 33XX series orders.

I have asked for my money back some time ago now. I have not received any equipment... or money.

What follows here is my own second guesses, but I feel I am most likely pretty close to the mark.

Before I ordered from them I got the impression that they were going to use third party (hashfast) asic's but their controller board was their own internal design. So they were putting the hashfast chip on thieir board and completing the units with case, power supply, and cooling.

That doesn't seem to be the case, though I don't have one to verify. Can anyone who has a unit verify that the board is NOT hashcoins? Here is where I was led astray before ordering. If I had known they were counting entirely on third parties for ALL components and just assembling them for shipment, I would not have ordered from them.

My guess at this point is they are using hashfast board and asic's. There in lies the problem. The hashfast board was developed by a third party and has issues. Let's just call it junk... unavailable junk. It has led to the near demise of hashfast and is likely to swallow hashcoins too if they don't remedy the situation. Hashfast asic's are good, and available, as far as I know. But without a good board, in plentiful supply, they are useless. That is why they can't fill their orders.

So much for guesses. If anyone has any factual information that can verify or refute my guesses, please share.
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June 29, 2014, 10:42:38 AM
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bcmine,

I ordered from Hashcoins and got my hardware. As i read here your miner was delivered, if it's broken you can ask for warranty repair/replacement or insurance from a courier. It's difficult to believe, that hashcoins is not doing what they are promising. I think you are doing something wrong, because support and communication always at high level.

Hashcoins is definitly not a Scamm.
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June 30, 2014, 05:32:23 AM
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I've made a few posts here. I have never suggested they were a scam. I don't believe that. My issue is that they are not fulfilling preorders fast enough. Not anywhere near fast enough. They have had enough time to get things rolling at a healthy pace and catch up. I am trying to find out the issues that are holding them up. They don't seem to be forthcoming on why they are filling so few orders per week. It is approaching 4 months since they began to ship. If there are outstanding orders older than the month of May their production level is insufficient for the orders they have accepted. Mining is a time sensitive business.
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July 19, 2014, 10:21:25 AM
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The actual miners themselves are of high quality

its just the half a year it has taken to see one.....
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July 22, 2014, 11:54:39 AM
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Ordered and payed in February, 33XX. I was told to receive my miner at the end of July. Compensation miner arrived in working condition. I do hope there will be more compensation after my order arrived.

The boards they used are not from hashfast also not from blackminer (different) so it must be as stated an own development. Its a 12 layer (!) pcb, so it cant be cheap with a development time of two months.

From my point of view guys from HashCoins have their own developed PCB, but using HashFast chips. I think the delay occurred because of HF. I tried to order from HF in spring, but received nothing yet... and don't believe I'll get anything... If they are partners, then HashCoins is probably still receiving their chips from HF and still producing. 
Fortunately my order reached me in full last week, so they are shipping. It took 2,5 months, but it is better to get something instead of sad news (like with HF). Hope all of you will get yours soon.
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July 27, 2014, 07:30:16 PM
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I'm in the same situation as you guys. I also ordered in Feb for March delivery date I've been told now before the end of August. Recieved a compensation miner which at 837 mhz keeps an average of 630ghs.it will do 800 plus but AVERAGE which is the most important over time is as stated earlier. Anything over 837mhz and the hash rate drops. I'm hoping the other miners when they come through perform better.
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July 28, 2014, 11:59:39 AM
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I'm in the same situation as you guys. I also ordered in Feb for March delivery date I've been told now before the end of August. Recieved a compensation miner which at 837 mhz keeps an average of 630ghs.it will do 800 plus but AVERAGE which is the most important over time is as stated earlier. Anything over 837mhz and the hash rate drops. I'm hoping the other miners when they come through perform better.

i cant get mine that high, too hot here haha
gotta keep it around 750mhz or it hits 105c and trips out, Performs pretty well at 90-104c tho

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July 28, 2014, 12:01:02 PM
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I have an air conditioning unit on the radiator at the top!
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July 28, 2014, 12:03:13 PM
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I have an air conditioning unit on the radiator at the top!

i needs to get me some of that  Tongue
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July 28, 2014, 12:16:37 PM
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I'm English but I live in spain. So it gets hot here. I use a portable air conditioning unit to get it higher. However  go over 837mhz and the speed starts dropping. 630 is the max I can get it. However the air conditioning unit  goes on the poseiden when it gets here.
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July 31, 2014, 07:18:10 AM
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Has anyone recieved theire order on time?
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July 31, 2014, 07:21:55 AM
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I am sorry to hear they are refusing to refund customers.

This are the company details you will need to look for legal aid:

Dear customers,
Here are our company details:
HashCoins LLC
Reg.number 12490015
Teaduspargi 8, Tallinn, 12618 Estonia

Please visit our website for updates or follow us on Facebook.

OK, it matches the information from the Estonian company registry:

https://ariregister.rik.ee/


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August 07, 2014, 08:22:42 AM
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I ordered from Bitmine - received nothing, ordered from KNC - nothing. Ordered from HashCoins - waited for a long period, but finally received my order in full. And ordered again and more!
From my point of view - they had delays because of their ASIC supplier (all we know who it is), but they are shipping and people are receiving their orders. I've talked at least to 10 people who ordered from HashCoins and who has really received their equipment, so wtf you are talking about??!  Undecided

Guys, I think that every your negative post here makes me and others very risky to get anything more! As you all know the situation with 28-nm chips on the market (Bankruptcy, delays etc. even BatteryflyLabs and KNC, who not answering my emails)....Be polite and gentle and you'll get yours instead of nothing!

They are the only company who has support and still sending quality made miners. In comparing to other ASIC suppliers they do really care about their clients: when I've got serious problem it was pleasant for me to talk to CEO personally who solved my problem.
My opinion - you can trust them!
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