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March 27, 2014, 03:54:32 PM
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Can you confirm the boards are activemining designed and built?

Also how far along is the 28nm of our own design?

Regarding the 200th farm. I'm very happy progress is being made. Thanks Ken.
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March 27, 2014, 04:48:23 PM
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Can you confirm the boards are activemining designed and built?

Also how far along is the 28nm of our own design?

Regarding the 200th farm. I'm very happy progress is being made. Thanks Ken.

Are you happy enough to not sell your shares? (if you could)
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From the website, the Fast-Hash-One Platinum has an availability date of 31st March 2014.  Anyone know how long this date has been advertised?

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AVAILABLE FOR PREPAID PRE-ORDER ONLY

Fast-Hash-One Platinum 256 GH/s PCI-E Long Module.  Less than 200 Watts.
Our cards can be used on any regular Intel/AMD motherboard!
They are currently in a design stage, to be built in a single-slot form-factor, similar to the illustration above, but using a blower-type fan assembly that expels the hot air outside your system case.
Connection requirements: the card will support a PCIE x1 connector, so you can fit it into any free PCIE x1, x4, x8, or x16 slot in your motherboard.  Alternatively, it also has an USB connector so you can use it unplugged from a motherboard like any other regular USB bitcoin miner!
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One PCIE six-pin power connector plus one PCIE eight-pin power connector.
Required software drivers allowing card usage in popular bitcoin mining programs will be release in due time before cards are shipped.



Ignoring the out of date specs, these stand alone USB miners/boards must be AMC designed otherwise we would have no products to call our own.  AMC sells it's own products.  We must have products to call our own otherwise Ken wouldn't be preparing for an AMC press release.  I'd say we will be mining with the same products we will be selling so yes the miners/boards are most certainly ours.  The chips however,...?

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March 27, 2014, 05:59:45 PM
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its been 3 months since my last check in, three links (i think) from the original forum later i find this thread. we still are not hashing, can't trade our shares and there is no verification system... this is fucking stupid.
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March 27, 2014, 09:37:42 PM
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As of today we have the 100TH in hand; however, we are working on getting the 480 3 phase power stepped down to 240/120.  The miners take a lot of power in a small space.  As soon as we get the power step down equipment installed and running the miners you will start to see the hash rate increase in our Eligius mining account address.



Ahhhh... planning... a lost art.

Step down to 240, not 120... No point doubling the copper to carry double the amps if its not needed... 240v will do nicely.

Our system in the US is 240/120

US is 120v yes - my suggestion is you step down to 240v because thickness of wires determines amps carried, not watts. So the same thickness wire can carry twice as many watts on 240v than on 120v

And copper is expensive.

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March 27, 2014, 10:33:33 PM
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As of today we have the 100TH in hand; however, we are working on getting the 480 3 phase power stepped down to 240/120.  The miners take a lot of power in a small space.  As soon as we get the power step down equipment installed and running the miners you will start to see the hash rate increase in our Eligius mining account address.



Ahhhh... planning... a lost art.

Step down to 240, not 120... No point doubling the copper to carry double the amps if its not needed... 240v will do nicely.

Our system in the US is 240/120

US is 120v yes - my suggestion is you step down to 240v because thickness of wires determines amps carried, not watts. So the same thickness wire can carry twice as many watts on 240v than on 120v

And copper is expensive.
If the power supplies Ken have in hand can handle 120/240V 50-60Hz then 240V is the right way to go.

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March 28, 2014, 05:35:34 AM
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Hi, this has probably been covered already, but where can I trade/track dividends of my ActiveMining shares?

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March 28, 2014, 05:49:27 AM
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Fast-Hash One Prospector (In Stock)
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March 28, 2014, 06:11:19 AM
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Hi, this has probably been covered already, but where can I trade/track dividends of my ActiveMining shares?

You can't until Ken lets us access our shares
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March 28, 2014, 06:13:39 AM
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"In stock for immediate shipment" and you still can't give us a damn pic?

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March 28, 2014, 06:16:36 AM
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Nice work Ken. Now let's start seeing some profit come into the company.

I like the name and the picture of the gold prospector is nice.


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Ooohh.. I like that too.

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March 28, 2014, 06:23:11 AM
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So it's not preorder and available now but we can't have real photos?
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March 28, 2014, 06:42:56 AM
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I believe the recommended liquid cooling solution, corsair 80i, is designed cooling a single, very complex chip and supports a few very high end package types that Intel and AMD are using. Which ASIC package type is used by this proprietary mining chip? Somebody who needs to install his own liquid cooling solution would perhaps like to know that.

The board size at 4"x12" also sounds extremely large if there is only 1 single mining chip on the board and so there must be huge empty areas? That gives me the feeling that I must completely wrong in my guesses as it does not seem to make any sense. Maybe I am not alone and somebody else is also baffled and a picture of the board would help to understand what is really needed and essential for the cooling that the customer must build by himself.
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March 28, 2014, 06:47:32 AM
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No you get a 49'er and another ulcer because of the picture.

It's not about the picture. It's about Ken's ongoing lack of transparency and his track record of lying to us, his shareholders.

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March 28, 2014, 07:51:09 AM
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Congratulations Ken!  We never doubted you!   Wink   This picture will do me just fine..



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March 28, 2014, 07:59:46 AM
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So that's pre-orders shipping and 100 INSTOCK modules (totalling 51.2 TH) ready for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY folks!  Grin

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March 28, 2014, 08:04:44 AM
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So that's pre-orders shipping and 100 instock products ready for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY folks!  Grin

Can we agree that some photos are a good idea at this point? I wouldn't mind looking at some boards.
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March 28, 2014, 08:06:49 AM
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Fantastic work
Thank you Ken and your team.

- I really like the name of this item too  Grin
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March 28, 2014, 09:28:37 AM
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Please post some pics Ken.

Photos will do wonders for sales. Without photos, no one will believe you given the history so far.

Photos will speak a thousand words.



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March 28, 2014, 10:06:49 AM
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I believe the recommended liquid cooling solution, corsair 80i, is designed cooling a single, very complex chip and supports a few very high end package types that Intel and AMD are using. Which ASIC package type is used by this proprietary mining chip? Somebody who needs to install his own liquid cooling solution would perhaps like to know that.

The board size at 4"x12" also sounds extremely large if there is only 1 single mining chip on the board and so there must be huge empty areas? That gives me the feeling that I must completely wrong in my guesses as it does not seem to make any sense. Maybe I am not alone and somebody else is also baffled and a picture of the board would help to understand what is really needed and essential for the cooling that the customer must build by himself.

I think you are correct I actually use the corsair 80i in one of my PC's to cool an AMD FX-9590 Eight-Core, I don't see how it could be used on the boards Ken is selling but maybe I am missing something. I'm sure Ken wouldn't state something that is false . . .

Can we get a pic of one of these boards set up with the 80i installed please Ken?
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