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November 30, 2014, 01:36:52 PM
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u accept escrow ?

We are a European company and can say that noone uses Escrow in EU. In case of really large orders we involve a bank that acts as a guarantee.
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November 30, 2014, 01:50:17 PM
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u accept escrow ?

We are a European company and can say that noone uses Escrow in EU. In case of really large orders we involve a bank that acts as a guarantee.

im talking about this forum escrow on reputable members

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November 30, 2014, 02:17:18 PM
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im talking about this forum escrow on reputable members

I've already replied in my previous post.
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November 30, 2014, 04:46:51 PM
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Your picture looks almost fake  Shocked

This company almost looks fake.

Why are they selling "Apollo v3" which is 550 gh/s per chip at 0.9 w/gh

And "Zues v3" which is 900 gh/s per chip at 0.65 w/gh. Seems like BS if you ask me.

Apollo v3 redesigned rev 2.3 to rev 2.4 (650-700Mhz)
Zeus v3 redesigned Yoli. (850-975Mhz)

Please stop trolling us!
No one's trolling you, but your numbers don't make sense. You can't get 900GH/s of out of a GN chip at 975MHz. The theoretic maximum with no inefficiencies is 768 hashes per clock cycle. You most certainly can't do so at 0.65J/GH, even at the chip level. If you were running 15 ASICs you might be able to get reasonably close to 4500GH/s and 2800W,  but the listed specs are extremely hard to believe. In the absence of some sort of evidence I'm sure you can understand why people are skeptical.
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November 30, 2014, 05:25:41 PM
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Your picture looks almost fake  Shocked

This company almost looks fake.

Why are they selling "Apollo v3" which is 550 gh/s per chip at 0.9 w/gh

And "Zues v3" which is 900 gh/s per chip at 0.65 w/gh. Seems like BS if you ask me.

Apollo v3 redesigned rev 2.3 to rev 2.4 (650-700Mhz)
Zeus v3 redesigned Yoli. (850-975Mhz)

Please stop trolling us!
No one's trolling you, but your numbers don't make sense. You can't get 900GH/s of out of a GN chip at 975MHz. The theoretic maximum with no inefficiencies is 768 hashes per clock cycle. You most certainly can't do so at 0.65J/GH, even at the chip level. If you were running 15 ASICs you might be able to get reasonably close to 4500GH/s and 2800W,  but the listed specs are extremely hard to believe. In the absence of some sort of evidence I'm sure you can understand why people are skeptical.

I think I'll be seeing a Yoli board of theirs soon, so we'll know either way.

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December 01, 2014, 12:08:49 PM
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Black Friday Sale 2014

We are happy to announce that for a limited time only HashCoins will be offering its customers exclusive discounts of up to 50% on our Ares, Zeus and Apollo miners !

Visit https://www.hashcoins.com/black-friday/ to take advantage of these sweet deals !

Additionally, HashCoins are offering 20% off HashCoins hosted mining to all customers who make a Hosted Mining Contract purchase quoting the promo-code “BFHOST2014”

HashCoins, when i will get 3 miners from 4 Apollo?
You have fulfilled my order only 14% (from price amount).
Soon Christmas holidays and you promised me to send in this year 4 units of Apollo. One unit i got, thanks. But no more body movements on your part Sad
It is very very difficult to achieve from you fulfill your obligations. 5 months before i sent my money to you :-E
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December 01, 2014, 01:58:08 PM
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Your picture looks almost fake  Shocked

This company almost looks fake.

Why are they selling "Apollo v3" which is 550 gh/s per chip at 0.9 w/gh

And "Zues v3" which is 900 gh/s per chip at 0.65 w/gh. Seems like BS if you ask me.

Apollo v3 redesigned rev 2.3 to rev 2.4 (650-700Mhz)
Zeus v3 redesigned Yoli. (850-975Mhz)

Please stop trolling us!
No one's trolling you, but your numbers don't make sense. You can't get 900GH/s of out of a GN chip at 975MHz. The theoretic maximum with no inefficiencies is 768 hashes per clock cycle. You most certainly can't do so at 0.65J/GH, even at the chip level. If you were running 15 ASICs you might be able to get reasonably close to 4500GH/s and 2800W,  but the listed specs are extremely hard to believe. In the absence of some sort of evidence I'm sure you can understand why people are skeptical.

I think on hashfast site they claimed they got 860ish GH per chip. I am not sure what gh/watt ratio it was, or if it was even stable.
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December 01, 2014, 02:02:53 PM
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this thread is a joke ... im out

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December 01, 2014, 02:13:49 PM
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I think on hashfast site they claimed they got 860ish GH per chip. I am not sure what gh/watt ratio it was, or if it was even stable.
http://hashfast.com/the-hashfast-golden-nonce/
They tested up to around 1GHz (~750GH/s poolside most likely) with 1J/GH at the chip. You need to factor in VRM and PSU efficiency (as well as a bit for cooling) on top of that.
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December 01, 2014, 02:50:00 PM
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Send me an answer to the questions via private message. I will be glad to post them here for everyone. You as a Jr. member can use the private message icon below my name to do that if you are not that familiar with the forum icons.


What is the cost / price, including shipping and peripherals required?
What is the mining potential of the unit at the earliest delivery date?
Will it return you BTC for BTC?
Will it return you $$$ for BTC to $$$?

At this point why is anyone buying units?

Everything available now going to sold as Personal Lottery Machines right just like Dogie to ignore the losses for those buying these units?  (Josh Zerlan used to call them Magic Money Making Machines... wow what progress.)

If you, as a Hero Member, do not know the answers to there questions, please contact us via phone or email for consultation.

Still waiting.

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December 01, 2014, 02:51:33 PM
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this thread is a joke ... im out

We can use a letter of credit if the order total is over 100k USD

I think on hashfast site they claimed they got 860ish GH per chip. I am not sure what gh/watt ratio it was, or if it was even stable.
http://hashfast.com/the-hashfast-golden-nonce/
They tested up to around 1GHz (~750GH/s poolside most likely) with 1J/GH at the chip. You need to factor in VRM and PSU efficiency (as well as a bit for cooling) on top of that.

We can sell the HDK and BOM of the upgraded Yoli board (which is no longer Yoli) for 100k USD. Shoot us a mail to info@hashcoins.com if that offer is of any interest.
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December 01, 2014, 02:55:26 PM
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I think on hashfast site they claimed they got 860ish GH per chip. I am not sure what gh/watt ratio it was, or if it was even stable.
http://hashfast.com/the-hashfast-golden-nonce/
They tested up to around 1GHz (~750GH/s poolside most likely) with 1J/GH at the chip. You need to factor in VRM and PSU efficiency (as well as a bit for cooling) on top of that.

We can sell the HDK and BOM of the upgraded Yoli board (which is no longer Yoli) for 100k USD. Shoot us a mail to info@hashcoins.com if that offer is of any interest.

I think you might have better luck with sales if you provided some evidence of your new board getting 900GH/s and 0.65J/GH at the wall when HashFast tested up to 750GH/s and 1J/GH at the chip, but all the best trying to convince someone to pay $100k for your design.
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December 01, 2014, 03:02:21 PM
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HashCoins, when i will get 3 miners from 4 Apollo?
You have fulfilled my order only 14% (from price amount).

HashCoins contacted with me and assured me that i will get 3 miners near two weeks.
Ok, i will monitor this execution ;-)
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December 01, 2014, 03:34:24 PM
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I can't really comprehend even what the hell is going on here. The fact that HF didn't manage to reach some heights doesn't automatically exclude everyone else! Hashcoins have delivered my order partially and connected me to the cloud for the remainder. And note - on November 30th just like promised. What are the claims that you have? They are open for communication on the phone and email, you can visit their office even. So from my point of view they do what they promise to do.
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December 01, 2014, 04:05:21 PM
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I can't really comprehend even what the hell is going on here.
Hell? :-O Where is hell?

What are the claims that you have? They are open for communication on the phone and email, you can visit their office even. So from my point of view they do what they promise to do.

Your post is addressed to me or anybody here other?
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December 01, 2014, 04:14:26 PM
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I can't really comprehend even what the hell is going on here. The fact that HF didn't manage to reach some heights doesn't automatically exclude everyone else! Hashcoins have delivered my order partially and connected me to the cloud for the remainder. And note - on November 30th just like promised. What are the claims that you have? They are open for communication on the phone and email, you can visit their office even. So from my point of view they do what they promise to do.

Hey! I also got it yesterday with my bonus hashrates Cheesy Here s a screen. I waited specifically until Dec 1, to give my opinion on HashCoins. They have delivered the hardware partially and the remainder in cloud. Promise fulfilled. HashCoins are the best!

http://www.imagesup.net/dm-1414174498199.png
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December 01, 2014, 06:07:47 PM
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Hi,

HashCoins informed me that i broked their terms!
And they will not ship to me other hardware.

And what we have?

I ordered 2 machines - 2.2TH Poseidons for ~ $10000 in July 2014.
I waited 2 months. No shippment.
I contacted many times with them till i had posted here my first post about HashCoins.
After my first post here the HashCoins called to me during some minutes. They asked to me delete post and promise to me resolve problem.

They told to me that they cannot bring to me hardware. I asked to make refund, but they told to me that they cannot make refund!
They strongly suggested to me cloud mining. I didn't want. Some weeks of negotiations and they agreed to reform my order to other hardware.

But after many weeks and my reminders they sent to me first miner (1.1TH/Apollo). They promised to send to me other three Apollo in this year. But small time left before Christmas. I suspected that they will not send me anything. I wrote to them in Friday and no answer... until I wrote a new message here. They recalled to me but i didn't answer. They asked by email to delete my post. I didn't want.

Today, after my second post here they claim i broke their conditions! And they will not ship to me other hardware!
And they can suggest to me now only cloud mining...

HashCoin Guys, what i broke? Smiley Please write here.

I am sure that the HashCoins is scam. They use hardware of customers yourself in their cloud mining and suggest to customers to remake orders from hardware to cloud mining. It's their strategy. Or their financial scheme is Pyramid. They live at the expense of new customers. They don't plan to send a hardware. They sent to me only one Apollo only i calmed down and did not write about them.
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December 01, 2014, 07:00:05 PM
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Im really not sure why anyone would by from hashcoins. I mean the regular prices you will never breakeven. Even with the current discounted prices your chances of breaking even are slim.

Not to mention there are many posts here of people complaining about them.
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December 01, 2014, 07:46:51 PM
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Your post is addressed to me or anybody here other?

To you.
On this forum (but not only in this topic) a lot of people seem to have been in this situation with different manufacturers (doesn't really matter whether it is a scam or not). It really seems to me that every second of the members is so sore and thinks everyone owes him now. You DID get your miner now didn't you? I think you were offered, as me, as maybe some other people, have been offered AND delivered the promised equipment. This is the difference between scamming and real manufacturers. Since you already started writing, tell me, what were you offered as compensation? We will then decide who is right and who is wrong. What Is the difference between you and me? Why did I receive the equipment and, additionally, cloud? How many companies can boast the fact they can accept you to visit their office,  show the equipment, deliver it and offer COMPENSATION? The latter being a nonsense in this world (for example, take HashFast or BFL - got f****d and made an exit! HashCoins is still here and trying and kicking! I wanted to mine bitcoins, I mine them, on HC's equipment.
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December 01, 2014, 08:36:59 PM
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I can see a lot people ordering stuff me included. lets see what happens. I received the order confirmation for my ares. expecting shipment. promised for next week   Roll Eyes
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