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January 14, 2015, 11:03:55 PM
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Guy is a very informed person, and Sponds (I would suggest) are very much in this business for the long run.

BTC price is bad right now, might get worse ... even more worse ... but just look at the applications currently under development building off the blockchain and BTC. Months from now things will be rather 'interesting'.

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January 14, 2015, 11:16:46 PM
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Guy is a very informed person, and Sponds (I would suggest) are very much in this business for the long run.

BTC price is bad right now, might get worse ... even more worse ... but just look at the applications currently under development building off the blockchain and BTC. Months from now things will be rather 'interesting'.



The current downward trend is most probably because the BFL sale due to court order.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2sdwf8/butterfly_labs_is_the_culprit/

They have 90K BTC more to sale. Then will come the rest of Silk Road coins...

http://www.coindesk.com/us-marshals-bitcoin-auction-q1/

Unless all these liquidity pass through, chances are less for a price rise. All these confiscated asset sales will disturb the price in 2015 unless some miraculous demand drive the price upward...

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January 14, 2015, 11:35:16 PM
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So I would like to ask.... Who is getting ready or who has turned their miner(s) off yet?  SP30/31/35 specifically?    



Curious to find out...


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Didn't quite turn mine off since they are all three all ROIED but I did underclock them to use 50% power

SP10 or SP3x? I don't see how a SP3x could ROI yet even if you had free electricity and sold at the best times. My SP30 have only paid off around 25% of its value and I was one of the first to get them in the august GB..

To answer the question, I paid for six months hosting so it doesn't make sense to turn them off before that time has expired.

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January 14, 2015, 11:58:26 PM
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So I would like to ask.... Who is getting ready or who has turned their miner(s) off yet?  SP30/31/35 specifically?    



Curious to find out...


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Didn't quite turn mine off since they are all three all ROIED but I did underclock them to use 50% power

SP10 or SP3x? I don't see how a SP3x could ROI yet even if you had free electricity and sold at the best times. My SP30 have only paid off around 25% of its value and I was one of the first to get them in the august GB..

To answer the question, I paid for six months hosting so it doesn't make sense to turn them off before that time has expired.

Right... I see the SP3x's ROI but I am unsure about the SP10 (unless you have large scale) at this point?  My opinion anyway... 

Difficulty is another thing..
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January 15, 2015, 12:08:55 AM
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So I would like to ask.... Who is getting ready or who has turned their miner(s) off yet?  SP30/31/35 specifically?    



Curious to find out...


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Didn't quite turn mine off since they are all three all ROIED but I did underclock them to use 50% power

SP10 or SP3x? I don't see how a SP3x could ROI yet even if you had free electricity and sold at the best times. My SP30 have only paid off around 25% of its value and I was one of the first to get them in the august GB..

To answer the question, I paid for six months hosting so it doesn't make sense to turn them off before that time has expired.

Yes, I concur. I have no idea what OP is talking about (SP30 indeed did not ROI yet, but I wasn't expecting it at this point anyway).
I wonder how we all in bitcoin space will look in a few years (maybe ten): complete fools or those that did something meaningful re bitcoin that has a longer term value as a supposedly indestructible, rare, math-based asset.
I hope for the latter, but afraid that it might be the former.

OT: From my perspective, and talking only about ROI (there are other considerations here as well) and since I typically invest certain % in very risky assets, I am not entirely surprised by a large % loss. The risky assets are risky for a reason-abnormally high return possibility is typically associated with a large failure rate
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January 15, 2015, 12:12:25 AM
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Just like alot of people got rich trading bitcoin buy low and sell high when it was in hot demand.  But those who got on late held alot of baggage.  So losses have to be expected, as energy cannot be created or destroyed it is only changed from one form to another.
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January 15, 2015, 01:07:33 AM
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So I would like to ask.... Who is getting ready or who has turned their miner(s) off yet?  SP30/31/35 specifically?    



Curious to find out...


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Didn't quite turn mine off since they are all three all ROIED but I did underclock them to use 50% power

SP10 or SP3x? I don't see how a SP3x could ROI yet even if you had free electricity and sold at the best times. My SP30 have only paid off around 25% of its value and I was one of the first to get them in the august GB..

To answer the question, I paid for six months hosting so it doesn't make sense to turn them off before that time has expired.

I had my sp30 since in the first group buy recived the box around October and it has been mining since.  I paid around 4k for it and also recived a $950 or so coupon for my sp20 so I only paid around $200 for that machine.

I bought another sp20E for $800 or so in mid December to help with home heating.

The sp30 pulled in round $40 a day for October half of nov then in December it dropped down to $15-20 a day  Total BTC as of January.

How did I ROI? : due to the huge gains two days renting hash when paycoin POW launched then finally for the second half of that week mining paycoin directly I made a boatload of BTC that week around $2500 worth of BTC which put me in the green on all my miners.

Yes if not the paycoind deal I would not have ROIED till end of feb but it is what it is.

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January 15, 2015, 01:10:01 AM
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So I would like to ask.... Who is getting ready or who has turned their miner(s) off yet?  SP30/31/35 specifically?    



Curious to find out...


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Didn't quite turn mine off since they are all three all ROIED but I did underclock them to use 50% power

SP10 or SP3x? I don't see how a SP3x could ROI yet even if you had free electricity and sold at the best times. My SP30 have only paid off around 25% of its value and I was one of the first to get them in the august GB..

To answer the question, I paid for six months hosting so it doesn't make sense to turn them off before that time has expired.

p.s I have never mined BTC directly I alaways point to westhash and if I see a coin is raising the price of hash rentals I turn off westhash and mine the coin directly.  Its the smartest thing to do.  I missed the first two days of paycoin actually I could have made a ton more if I had been paying attention to what westhash was sending me for my rentals that Saturday and sunday.

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January 15, 2015, 05:39:31 AM
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So I would like to ask.... Who is getting ready or who has turned their miner(s) off yet?  SP30/31/35 specifically?    



Curious to find out...


Thanks


Didn't quite turn mine off since they are all three all ROIED but I did underclock them to use 50% power

SP10 or SP3x? I don't see how a SP3x could ROI yet even if you had free electricity and sold at the best times. My SP30 have only paid off around 25% of its value and I was one of the first to get them in the august GB..

To answer the question, I paid for six months hosting so it doesn't make sense to turn them off before that time has expired.

p.s I have never mined BTC directly I alaways point to westhash and if I see a coin is raising the price of hash rentals I turn off westhash and mine the coin directly.  Its the smartest thing to do.  I missed the first two days of paycoin actually I could have made a ton more if I had been paying attention to what westhash was sending me for my rentals that Saturday and sunday.

please elaborate a bit, i totally missed this westhash/nicehash/paycoin opportunity

people just gave their hashing to paycoin by pointing miners to nicehash or westhash.
some opportunity!
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January 15, 2015, 06:45:09 AM
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please elaborate a bit, i totally missed this westhash/nicehash/paycoin opportunity
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg9849837#msg9849837

Raskul wrote a tutorial here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=894826.msg9849580#msg9849580

Edgar,
You don't follow our thread closely enough ...

Edit: In the first few days, the return was 30X over BTC, afterwards 9X and it settled at about 3X up until the end of the POW period

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January 15, 2015, 07:41:35 AM
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please elaborate a bit, i totally missed this westhash/nicehash/paycoin opportunity
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg9849837#msg9849837

Raskul wrote a tutorial here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=894826.msg9849580#msg9849580

Edgar,
You don't follow our thread closely enough ...

Edit: In the first few days, the return was 30X over BTC, afterwards 9X and it settled at about 3X up until the end of the POW period

That about sums it up thanks .

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However I did not learn about paycoin from this forum .. I regularly read the GAW hash talk forums as well as have a GAW account with Hashtalkers and primes so I knew about paycoin for months.

What I did not know is it would have a 1 week POW phase , and I found that out by luck actually when I wondered why my Westhash payouts were 300% from the previous day.

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January 15, 2015, 09:55:39 AM
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please elaborate a bit, i totally missed this westhash/nicehash/paycoin opportunity
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg9849837#msg9849837

Raskul wrote a tutorial here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=894826.msg9849580#msg9849580

Edgar,
You don't follow our thread closely enough ...

Edit: In the first few days, the return was 30X over BTC, afterwards 9X and it settled at about 3X up until the end of the POW period

That about sums it up thanks .

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However I did not learn about paycoin from this forum .. I regularly read the GAW hash talk forums as well as have a GAW account with Hashtalkers and primes so I knew about paycoin for months.

What I did not know is it would have a 1 week POW phase , and I found that out by luck actually when I wondered why my Westhash payouts were 300% from the previous day.


It had been great to rent my rigs sooner on Nicehash,  only got the last 3 days and it was profitable
how often does this happen on west/nicehash?
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January 15, 2015, 10:17:58 AM
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Let us know what you want to see in Spondoolies-Tech's firmware… We are open to suggestions! What do you want to see implemented in our next firmware releases? We want to hear from you, although we cannot make any promises to implement any suggestion, we will try out best to make it work. Post suggestions here in the thread…
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January 15, 2015, 10:27:35 AM
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Graphs on the first webguy page, there should be a button to disable some/all of them.
Poll page could be managed on the front page with up&down buttons on each pool

Just some ideas...

We want to take out the limit in voltage and wattage for overclock!!! is it possible in the software?
Or is it the warranty that you have to keep in check?
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January 15, 2015, 01:46:19 PM
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Since it looks like the hardware supports a PWM fan from what I can tell in this picture https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896161.msg9874449#msg9874449, can we get can we get automatic control with maybe a way to set the target temperature?
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January 15, 2015, 01:55:14 PM
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beat me to it with a minute Smiley

autofan and target temp will be great. fan maximum would also be nice.

individual voltage limits as right now for the back chips I have to limit W but it is not always accurate.

Since it looks like the hardware supports a PWM fan from what I can tell in this picture https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896161.msg9874449#msg9874449, can we get can we get automatic control with maybe a way to set the target temperature?

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January 15, 2015, 01:56:10 PM
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Heading to http://btcmiami.com/
Come visit us in our booth.

Guy

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January 15, 2015, 01:56:30 PM
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Heading to http://btcmiami.com/
Come visit us in our booth.

Guy

have a safe trip

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Heading to http://btcmiami.com/
Come visit us in our booth.

Guy

have a safe trip
Thanks mate Smiley
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Perfect timing for a BTC conference. It should be interesting.
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