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September 06, 2018, 10:12:50 PM
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Have you heared anything about company called "Bitmain"? They are so shitty that they invented ASIC miner for ethereum and for this reason GPU mining slowly does (mostly ATI cards since Nvidia 1070+ is optimized for neoscrypt). Well, I may speak a lot but if you have something potent, better than bitmain, bitfury and baikal can create, then you have possibility to become billionare. You know what to do after that...

We invite you to become billionaires together with us. How much are you ready to invest now in order to become a billionaire in the near future?

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September 08, 2018, 10:39:57 AM
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It seems that no anybody new miners are needed ...

The VenusMINE project is a project that develops the most fast architecture of the ASIC for Bitcoin miners in the world with open source code.
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September 08, 2018, 10:30:44 PM
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We are developing the fastest ASIC chip for Bitcoin mining. Recently we decided to make our project open sorce. But the community does not even recognize our project, which belongs to Bitcoin. Any attempts to place our topic here - in the branch about Bitcoin mining on ASIC chips, lead to the fact that our topic is thrown into the branch with the Altkoins.
Similarly, the community does not provide any investment for development. Today, we can not even collect $ 750 to register our company in state bodies in order to be able to conclude an NDA contract with a chip manufacturing plant in Taiwan. And this happens at the time of the stagnation of the crypto currency market, when new technologies can make a breakthrough in the crypto economy.

Two questions follow from this:
1) Do anyone need new ASIC technologies for Bitcoin mining?
2) Since when did the development of ASIC for Bitcoin mining begin to be considered the development of Altcoin? And why?

I just want to understand what our team is doing. Maybe we do what no one needs?

In advance I thank for answers. I hope this topic will not be moved to the Altkoins. Otherwise, we will be very disappointed in the modern crypto community.


If your project is open-source, where is it hosted? Can we see your material? Your ASIC designs?
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September 09, 2018, 04:50:12 AM
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We decided to switch to open sorce on August 31. Now materials for publication are being prepared, in which our design will be explained.

The VenusMINE project is a project that develops the most fast architecture of the ASIC for Bitcoin miners in the world with open source code.
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