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December 30, 2014, 09:30:48 PM
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@hashcoins,

Id highly recommend you send you atleast one review unit to me or another legendary member who can go and verify your units are real so all the claims of your units being fake will no longer be an issue.
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December 30, 2014, 09:42:46 PM
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My 2 cents: I used to go to school with one of the employees, havent bought any hardware, but am familiar with how they operate and seen their setup with my own two eyes. You don't have to take my word on this, I am only affiliated to HashCoins via proxy(classmate), but I just think all this bad rep their way is unjustified. Due to the nature of the supply chain, the business model is sub-optimal, but its what they have.

If direct questions were asked then it would give management a chance to respond to any queries rather than resorting to some internet-board rabbling, fingerpointing and "I dare you"s. Maybe its time for moderators to clean the thread up and make it a more direct Q&A - style thread.

PS. just want to reiterate that i dont own a miner, am not affiliated with HC, I just own a few GH/s in the cloud and have a good friend working there who just shared some of the frustration surrounding this topic.

Another noob who can vouch for hashcoins legitimacy. I guess we can rest assured they are not a scam now. /s

Maybe you can ask ckolivas to clean up this thread. Oh wait that's right, the moderator/cgminer dev is the one calling out hashcoins for faking cgminer stats.

A better idea would be to ask your "friend" why he refused to send Mr Teal a zues board for 100 BTC. That's 100 times the market value and it would dispel the overwhelming doubt surrounding this extremely shady company.

There are only two reasons I can think of why they might not want to accept Mr Teals offer, either they hate money/sales or they are scammers.


mate, i'm not going to get into any arguments with you, im a) not an evangelist of HC, and b) only saying that they are a legitimate business that come through on ALL their orders and c) am doing my own thing, which is in no way affiliated with HC. I only choose to defend them because this is my friend's venture and i see the frustration these accusations bring him. We just live in the same town and country and its in both our interest that bitcoin flourishes here.

Im not going to bother to even read the past flame cause it would be 30 pages of unadulterated dross (had a glance), but if YOUR friend "Mr Teal" truly wants to buy a Zeus miner for 100 BTC I WILL PERSONALLY see the transaction through (and claim 50% of excess on RRP).

The only reason noone took it serious is because these "Bets" are just immature, unproductive dross. What if I told you: whilst you put money in escrow, HC will fly you out to Tallinn, Estonia from wherever you live, put you in 5* hotel for 3 nights, pay all your expenses during the stay and show you the office, the mining rig, the orderbook and business registrations and if it turned out that you were wrong you reimburse HC the sum + 50% on top for the trouble and bullshit, what would your reaction be? This rambling is absolutely pointless because you refuse to listen to people who already told you they received the gear, writing them off as noobs shills and whatnot. You know why they haven't got many posts ? Cause they dont spend time jumping into arguments on boards and instead get on with their lives (and mining).

In regards to me, im not interested in (nor am i an expert in the technical details of) mining or turning a profit from it, i just want to see BTC develop here and enable people to perform BTC / fiat calculations, and it just frustrates me when people without a clue claim to be some experts on all things mining and BTC

I personally think HC have missed a trick by not addressing this earlier, but some of the accusations made in this thread are just pure filth

Please find 1 person who ended up out of pocket. Lets hear THEM out. And still, if the Zeus for 100 BTC offer is on then I will see it through

@hashcoins,

Id highly recommend you send you atleast one review unit to me or another legendary member who can go and verify your units are real so all the claims of your units being fake will no longer be an issue.

VOR mate Smiley If only people were as fast to admit  their mistakes as they are in jumping to conclusions in internet arguments. as far as im aware these have been sent out pre christmas

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December 30, 2014, 09:56:16 PM
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Im not going to bother to even read the past flame cause it would be 30 pages of unadulterated dross (had a glance), but if YOUR friend "Mr Teal" truly wants to buy a Zeus miner for 100 BTC I WILL PERSONALLY see the transaction through (and claim 50% of excess on RRP).

The only reason noone took it serious is because these "Bets" are just immature, unproductive dross. What if I told you: whilst you put money in escrow, HC will fly you out to Tallinn, Estonia from wherever you live, put you in 5* hotel for 3 nights, pay all your expenses during the stay and show you the office, the mining rig, the orderbook and business registrations and if it turned out that you were wrong you reimburse HC the sum + 50% on top for the trouble and bullshit, what would your reaction be? This rambling is absolutely pointless because you refuse to listen to people who already told you they received the gear, writing them off as noobs shills and whatnot. You know why they haven't got many posts ? Cause they dont spend time jumping into arguments on boards and instead get on with their lives (and mining).
Just to clarify, I didn't offer to buy a Zeus for 100BTC. I offered up an escrowed 100BTC wager that the Zeus miner wouldn't be able to meet the specs as listed, and would buy a board in addition to the one promised to dogie in order to do my own verification.

I don't think anyone is really questioning their earlier products, they all seem reasonable and the customers seem happy with them. It's the new physics defying ones that people are questioning.

The trip does sound interesting though. What's the climate like in Estonia? It's cold as crap here right now. Tongue
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December 30, 2014, 10:03:33 PM
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Im not going to bother to even read the past flame cause it would be 30 pages of unadulterated dross (had a glance), but if YOUR friend "Mr Teal" truly wants to buy a Zeus miner for 100 BTC I WILL PERSONALLY see the transaction through (and claim 50% of excess on RRP).

The only reason noone took it serious is because these "Bets" are just immature, unproductive dross. What if I told you: whilst you put money in escrow, HC will fly you out to Tallinn, Estonia from wherever you live, put you in 5* hotel for 3 nights, pay all your expenses during the stay and show you the office, the mining rig, the orderbook and business registrations and if it turned out that you were wrong you reimburse HC the sum + 50% on top for the trouble and bullshit, what would your reaction be? This rambling is absolutely pointless because you refuse to listen to people who already told you they received the gear, writing them off as noobs shills and whatnot. You know why they haven't got many posts ? Cause they dont spend time jumping into arguments on boards and instead get on with their lives (and mining).
Just to clarify, I didn't offer to buy a Zeus for 100BTC. I offered up an escrowed 100BTC wager that the Zeus miner wouldn't be able to meet the specs as listed, and would buy a board in addition to the one promised to dogie in order to do my own verification.

I don't think anyone is really questioning their earlier products, they all seem reasonable and the customers seem happy with them. It's the new physics defying ones that people are questioning.

The trip does sound interesting though. What's the climate like in Estonia? It's cold as crap here right now. Tongue
my answer to that is a) i have no clue about mining tech, capacity and all that shit and b)thats not the impression one would get from reading all the vitriol in this thread so far

In Tallinn its +1 today, so its wet and melty but it's been steady at -5 - -7 last ten days or so.. dont know if thats cold or not by ur standards ?

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December 30, 2014, 10:15:43 PM
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my answer to that is a) i have no clue about mining tech, capacity and all that shit and b)thats not the impression one would get from reading all the vitriol in this thread so far

So if you have no clue about mining, why are you declaring the opinions of the lead cgminer dev and HF board dev invalid/unjustified?

Seems you are not at all qualified to make these assertions.
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December 30, 2014, 10:34:01 PM
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Im not going to bother to even read the past flame cause it would be 30 pages of unadulterated dross (had a glance), but if YOUR friend "Mr Teal" truly wants to buy a Zeus miner for 100 BTC I WILL PERSONALLY see the transaction through (and claim 50% of excess on RRP).

The only reason noone took it serious is because these "Bets" are just immature, unproductive dross. What if I told you: whilst you put money in escrow, HC will fly you out to Tallinn, Estonia from wherever you live, put you in 5* hotel for 3 nights, pay all your expenses during the stay and show you the office, the mining rig, the orderbook and business registrations and if it turned out that you were wrong you reimburse HC the sum + 50% on top for the trouble and bullshit, what would your reaction be? This rambling is absolutely pointless because you refuse to listen to people who already told you they received the gear, writing them off as noobs shills and whatnot. You know why they haven't got many posts ? Cause they dont spend time jumping into arguments on boards and instead get on with their lives (and mining).
Just to clarify, I didn't offer to buy a Zeus for 100BTC. I offered up an escrowed 100BTC wager that the Zeus miner wouldn't be able to meet the specs as listed, and would buy a board in addition to the one promised to dogie in order to do my own verification.

I don't think anyone is really questioning their earlier products, they all seem reasonable and the customers seem happy with them. It's the new physics defying ones that people are questioning.

The trip does sound interesting though. What's the climate like in Estonia? It's cold as crap here right now. Tongue
my answer to that is a) i have no clue about mining tech, capacity and all that shit and b)thats not the impression one would get from reading all the vitriol in this thread so far

In Tallinn its +1 today, so its wet and melty but it's been steady at -5 - -7 last ten days or so.. dont know if thats cold or not by ur standards ?
It's -16 here now, though it's supposed to warm to highs of ~-10C or so for a couple days before getting back to daytime highs below -20C. +1C sounds pretty balmy to me.
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December 31, 2014, 12:20:31 AM
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It's -16 here now, though it's supposed to warm to highs of ~-10C or so for a couple days before getting back to daytime highs below -20C. +1C sounds pretty balmy to me.
pardon my french but fuuuck that.

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January 01, 2015, 10:51:26 AM
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my answer to that is a) i have no clue about mining tech, capacity and all that shit and b)thats not the impression one would get from reading all the vitriol in this thread so far

So if you have no clue about mining, why are you declaring the opinions of the lead cgminer dev and HF board dev invalid/unjustified?

Seems you are not at all qualified to make these assertions.

He's using this against you jimmothy:

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=chewbacca+defense

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January 01, 2015, 12:42:04 PM
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my answer to that is a) i have no clue about mining tech, capacity and all that shit and b)thats not the impression one would get from reading all the vitriol in this thread so far

So if you have no clue about mining, why are you declaring the opinions of the lead cgminer dev and HF board dev invalid/unjustified?

Seems you are not at all qualified to make these assertions.

He's using this against you jimmothy:

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=chewbacca+defense

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what i was saying was that I was not going to argue about technical details, but rather the company's legitimacy and THEIR technical nouse

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January 04, 2015, 08:40:53 PM
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However, want just to mention. I ordered an Apollo. I was out of specifications. Sent it back, received a new one with specific parameters.

Someone wants to test that maybe. For me there were promptly responding, crazy fast. So I am sure, when something not working you can send it back.

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January 09, 2015, 02:07:17 PM
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hello everybody

how many pre orders for the Uranus miner do you have ?

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 Grin I love name of your miner  "Ur Anus", maybe specs coming from  there?
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January 09, 2015, 02:58:58 PM
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my answer to that is a) i have no clue about mining tech, capacity and all that shit and b)thats not the impression one would get from reading all the vitriol in this thread so far

So if you have no clue about mining, why are you declaring the opinions of the lead cgminer dev and HF board dev invalid/unjustified?

Seems you are not at all qualified to make these assertions.

He's using this against you jimmothy:

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=chewbacca+defense

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January 09, 2015, 03:26:51 PM
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Grin I love name of your miner  "Ur Anus", maybe specs coming from  there?


hahahaha  maybe maybe
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January 11, 2015, 11:56:45 PM
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Hope everyone had a nice holiday season, mine just ended now Cool Going back a few weeks, like Umberg suggested I hooked the miner up to clevermining. The output is pretty nice hands down with no kvetching here, so I suggest everyone with any Scrypt equipment would give it a go.

Happy Monday!

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January 14, 2015, 06:06:52 PM
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Second ARES256 unit arrived today! Thanks!!

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So there are people claiming that the company is just a scam and there are others sharing their miners arrived. I am particularly interested with just one device the notus miner (adaptive scrypt n makes me excite) so could you please enlighten me, should I pre order that machine or not? Is that company able to follow their delivery schedule? and have good records?

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zerocoder, the company and their miners are real and good (those that I have received are), deliveries have a chance to be delayed, but the company responds accordingly, that's all I can share with you.

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January 25, 2015, 03:06:34 PM
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zerocoder, the company and their miners are real and good (those that I have received are), deliveries have a chance to be delayed, but the company responds accordingly, that's all I can share with you.

I ordered 2 Ares and received them. Theyve answered all my emails which consisted of power supply suggestions and firmware upgrade. Both units are running fine and i have no complaints.

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January 25, 2015, 03:07:46 PM
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zerocoder, the company and their miners are real and good (those that I have received are), deliveries have a chance to be delayed, but the company responds accordingly, that's all I can share with you.

I ordered 2 Ares and received them. Theyve answered all my emails which consisted of power supply suggestions and firware upgrade. Both units are running fine and i have no complaints.

My Ares is also humming tornado'ing along nicely. Pics soonTM.

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