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August 09, 2013, 11:24:20 AM
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It looks like other resellers are providing coupons to All previous orders.... I have Two recent erupter orders with the Guild and I got Zero coupons....   Me = Confused   Huh

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August 09, 2013, 01:53:43 PM
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It looks like other resellers are providing coupons to All previous orders.... I have Two recent erupter orders with the Guild and I got Zero coupons....   Me = Confused   Huh

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August 09, 2013, 03:26:19 PM
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It looks like other resellers are providing coupons to All previous orders.... I have Two recent erupter orders with the Guild and I got Zero coupons....   Me = Confused   Huh

No other reseller is giving out coupons to every single order yet.  We were only given a limited amount (a little less than 30% of the total units shipped by BTC Guild @ 1.05).

I have finally heard back from friedcat about their inventory issues, and part of their response included that the coupon program *will* be extended beyond those units, but not immediately.

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August 09, 2013, 04:16:08 PM
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Congrats, broke the 100GH/s

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August 09, 2013, 04:25:30 PM
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And shift times are threatening to go sub-30 minutes.

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August 09, 2013, 06:25:44 PM
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Just speculating... using erupters 1Gh/s = 1.8 BTC(approximately) so a 10Gh/s blade better be BELOW 18 BTC or there is no benefit. I'm curious to see although I'll be stuck buying erupters for quite some time before I'll make enough BTCs for a Blade.

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August 09, 2013, 06:35:44 PM
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Just speculating... using erupters 1Gh/s = 1.8 BTC(approximately) so a 10Gh/s blade better be BELOW 18 BTC or there is no benefit. I'm curious to see although I'll be stuck buying erupters for quite some time before I'll make enough BTCs for a Blade.


no sir, you are off by two decimal points ... (with 4 erupters @ ~333 MH/s each) it is 1.332GH/s = ~.018 per 24hr shift at 100% uptime...

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August 09, 2013, 06:39:03 PM
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Just speculating... using erupters 1Gh/s = 1.8 BTC(approximately) so a 10Gh/s blade better be BELOW 18 BTC or there is no benefit. I'm curious to see although I'll be stuck buying erupters for quite some time before I'll make enough BTCs for a Blade.


no sir, you are off by two decimal points ... it is 1GH/s = ~.018 per 24hr shift at 100% uptime...
I think he meant that 3 Erupters @ 333MH/s cost approximately 1.8BTC @ 0.6BTC a piece.  Therefore a 10GH/s blade needs to come in at less than 10 times the cost.
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August 09, 2013, 06:41:14 PM
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Just speculating... using erupters 1Gh/s = 1.8 BTC(approximately) so a 10Gh/s blade better be BELOW 18 BTC or there is no benefit. I'm curious to see although I'll be stuck buying erupters for quite some time before I'll make enough BTCs for a Blade.


no sir, you are off by two decimal points ... it is 1GH/s = ~.018 per 24hr shift at 100% uptime...
I think he meant that 3 Erupters @ 333MH/s cost approximately 1.8BTC @ 0.6BTC a piece.  Therefore a 10GH/s blade needs to come in at less than 10 times the cost.

Ahh, my bad... thought he was talking profit margin, not cost. Oops!

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August 09, 2013, 06:58:10 PM
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At this time, I do not believe the current generation of ASICMINER Block Erupter Blades will be added to the store.  Due to the low RoI expected, the knowledge that newer ones ARE coming out soon, and the very non-user friendly nature of them (no racks, no cases, no active cooling included), I will probably wait until their next generation of blades (and mini blades) before adding new products to the store.

If you're determined to buy them, I may offer private sales under the condition that you understand these are targeted at advanced users, and you will need to add your own active cooling/mounting for the units.

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August 09, 2013, 07:54:04 PM
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Just speculating... using erupters 1Gh/s = 1.8 BTC(approximately) so a 10Gh/s blade better be BELOW 18 BTC or there is no benefit. I'm curious to see although I'll be stuck buying erupters for quite some time before I'll make enough BTCs for a Blade.


no sir, you are off by two decimal points ... it is 1GH/s = ~.018 per 24hr shift at 100% uptime...
I think he meant that 3 Erupters @ 333MH/s cost approximately 1.8BTC @ 0.6BTC a piece.  Therefore a 10GH/s blade needs to come in at less than 10 times the cost.
Ahh, my bad... thought he was talking profit margin, not cost. Oops!

Profit? We're supposed to make a Profit? I thought this was a game to see who could make the most BTCs in the least amount of time at the lowest cost. Nobody told me i had to make a profit too!!!  Huh  geesh.

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August 09, 2013, 08:06:07 PM
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At this time, I do not believe the current generation of ASICMINER Block Erupter Blades will be added to the store.  Due to the low RoI expected, the knowledge that newer ones ARE coming out soon, and the very non-user friendly nature of them (no racks, no cases, no active cooling included), I will probably wait until their next generation of blades (and mini blades) before adding new products to the store.

If you're determined to buy them, I may offer private sales under the condition that you understand these are targeted at advanced users, and you will need to add your own active cooling/mounting for the units.

Do you have any idea what the price range would be? As has already been mentioned, it would take about 30 of the USB Block Erupters to get the same hashrate.
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August 09, 2013, 08:27:31 PM
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At this time, I do not believe the current generation of ASICMINER Block Erupter Blades will be added to the store.  Due to the low RoI expected, the knowledge that newer ones ARE coming out soon, and the very non-user friendly nature of them (no racks, no cases, no active cooling included), I will probably wait until their next generation of blades (and mini blades) before adding new products to the store.

If you're determined to buy them, I may offer private sales under the condition that you understand these are targeted at advanced users, and you will need to add your own active cooling/mounting for the units.

Do you have any idea what the price range would be? As has already been mentioned, it would take about 30 of the USB Block Erupters to get the same hashrate.

Current thinking:  13 BTC/ea for #1-3, 12 BTC/ea for #4-7, 11 BTC/ea for #8+ (as in, if you order 10, it's 3 @ 13, 4 @ 12, and 3 @ 11 = 120 BTC).

Based on comments in #btcguild, this is roughly $100/GH (11~14 GH/s are the rates people are getting).  As usual, this price already includes shipping+handling (Domestic).  I would not be selling them international (too expensive).

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August 09, 2013, 11:18:07 PM
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Just speculating... using erupters 1Gh/s = 1.8 BTC(approximately) so a 10Gh/s blade better be BELOW 18 BTC or there is no benefit. I'm curious to see although I'll be stuck buying erupters for quite some time before I'll make enough BTCs for a Blade.

Depending on where you buy...anyone can find BE's cheaper than .6 each.

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August 10, 2013, 01:22:41 PM
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stratum.btcguild.com:3333 - Dead for me. Any problems with anyone else? No settings changed, fine yesterday.

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August 10, 2013, 01:48:56 PM
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There we go ... Pool Speed 100,393 GH/s  Grin
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August 10, 2013, 05:04:52 PM
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Every time I make enough, I buy a USB Erupter.  All that does is keep up with the Joneseses. It's a zero sum game for me, but its addicting!

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August 10, 2013, 05:09:07 PM
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A patch is going to be deployed to US Stratum servers in the next hour.  The bitcoind version used on the new servers apparently has a bug that is causing it to lock up randomly, which is why a few users had problems this morning, and some other users had problems a few days ago.  I'm rolling back to a known stable version.  Hopefully this process can happen without any disconnects/performance impacts.

Luckily this lockup has not happened frequently, and the pools/DNS generally do a good job at getting users moved to a still working server when it happens.


UPDATE:  The bitcoind replacement has happened, and it appears that no server disconnected users/stopped responding during the process!

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August 10, 2013, 10:11:37 PM
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UPDATE:  The bitcoind replacement has happened, and it appears that no server disconnected users/stopped responding during the process!

Isn't it nice when stuff just works?

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August 11, 2013, 04:17:41 AM
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A patch is going to be deployed to US Stratum servers in the next hour.  The bitcoind version used on the new servers apparently has a bug that is causing it to lock up randomly, which is why a few users had problems this morning, and some other users had problems a few days ago.  I'm rolling back to a known stable version.  Hopefully this process can happen without any disconnects/performance impacts.

Luckily this lockup has not happened frequently, and the pools/DNS generally do a good job at getting users moved to a still working server when it happens.


UPDATE:  The bitcoind replacement has happened, and it appears that no server disconnected users/stopped responding during the process!

Strange, because I was still disconnected again on one machine later on. Fortunately I had a failover pool so no issue to be had (aside from PPLNS fail :-P).  Maybe it happened again prior.

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