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May 25, 2014, 04:42:05 PM
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They are definately more reliable than any US-based Bitcoin mining manufacturer.

The hardware provided is delivered on-time and spec.

Every bitcoin miner manufacturer was fabulous when they first started. All of them. Soon as they all go rich, loads of money in their pocket change into what KNC is now. I can't say it will happen with Spoondoolies, but that's the basic trend and it is very obvious. I "hope" it doesn't happen to Spoondoolies, they seem like a great bunch of people, but so did everyone else when they started up.
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May 25, 2014, 04:44:17 PM
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They are definately more reliable than any US-based Bitcoin mining manufacturer.

The hardware provided is delivered on-time and spec.

Every bitcoin miner manufacturer was fabulous when they first started. All of them. Soon as they all go rich, loads of money in their pocket change into what KNC is now. I can't say it will happen with Spoondoolies, but that's the basic trend and it is very obvious. I "hope" it doesn't happen to Spoondoolies, they seem like a great bunch of people, but so did everyone else when they started up.
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Not really, hashfast was massively delayed and missed power consumption goals. (probably going bankrupt)

Even Cointerra didn´t manage to ship on time in the first batches, and units still aren´t on spec, so no, i dont know of any US-based manufacturer who was
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And don´t get me started on BFL.

Correct me if i made a mistake, though.
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May 25, 2014, 04:48:46 PM
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They are definately more reliable than any US-based Bitcoin mining manufacturer.

The hardware provided is delivered on-time and spec.

Every bitcoin miner manufacturer was fabulous when they first started. All of them. Soon as they all go rich, loads of money in their pocket change into what KNC is now. I can't say it will happen with Spoondoolies, but that's the basic trend and it is very obvious. I "hope" it doesn't happen to Spoondoolies, they seem like a great bunch of people, but so did everyone else when they started up.
Good Luck!

the difference is, Spondoolies had the money before they started selling their SP10 batch 1, what they have done and continue to do for bitcoin mining, is very commendable. Yes, it's a business and so they need to make profit; but when all others fleeced us for pre-orders, Sp-Tech set up VC's and angels to fund our endeavours. that's the difference between a company who says they won't mine more than 5% of what they build and a company who are intent on spreading the network hashrate as widely as possible. It's made my decision whether to keep mining or power down so much easier, if it wasn't for spondoolies, i'd probably just have powered down all my old rigs and never bought another bitcoin miner in my life. For me, they are putting the worth back into the enjoyment of it all.

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May 25, 2014, 08:28:59 PM
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They are definately more reliable than any US-based Bitcoin mining manufacturer.

The hardware provided is delivered on-time and spec.

Every bitcoin miner manufacturer was fabulous when they first started. All of them. Soon as they all go rich, loads of money in their pocket change into what KNC is now. I can't say it will happen with Spoondoolies, but that's the basic trend and it is very obvious. I "hope" it doesn't happen to Spoondoolies, they seem like a great bunch of people, but so did everyone else when they started up.
Good Luck!

the difference is, Spondoolies had the money before they started selling their SP10 batch 1, what they have done and continue to do for bitcoin mining, is very commendable. Yes, it's a business and so they need to make profit; but when all others fleeced us for pre-orders, Sp-Tech set up VC's and angels to fund our endeavours. that's the difference between a company who says they won't mine more than 5% of what they build and a company who are intent on spreading the network hashrate as widely as possible. It's made my decision whether to keep mining or power down so much easier, if it wasn't for spondoolies, i'd probably just have powered down all my old rigs and never bought another bitcoin miner in my life. For me, they are putting the worth back into the enjoyment of it all.


I'll agree with that, since it sounds just like my story. Even though it is only an SP10, its the first mining hardware I that was ever "in stock" and didn't have to wait 5 months for it without my money. The one thing I have found a little different about companies that you don't need to pre-order from is that they are a little less expensive. Oh, well....its a winding train ride and we'll see what happens.

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May 26, 2014, 06:14:55 AM
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hmm.. is this legit?
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May 26, 2014, 06:18:39 AM
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hmm.. is this legit?

Of course. There is a review here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=525469.0 and a GB here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=598502.0 with people that already received their units (check the last pages).

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May 26, 2014, 06:20:15 AM
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hmm.. is this legit?

If you can't decide after 115 pages it might not be for you.
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May 26, 2014, 06:21:21 AM
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hmm.. is this legit?

If you can't decide after 115 pages it might not be for you.

If you only read page 114 and 115... who knows.


It is legit to answer the question.

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May 26, 2014, 06:24:43 AM
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hmm.. is this legit?
Yes, it is legit. My SP10 is by far my favorite miner, and I have rigs from 5 different manufacturers.

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May 26, 2014, 06:27:50 AM
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hmm.. is this legit?

If you can't decide after 115 pages it might not be for you.

If you only read page 114 and 115... who knows.


It is legit to answer the question.

1 if you are going to spend more the 1k you should read more then the last two pages.
2 if you are going to ask strangers if it is legit and only base your purchase on what say then you might be in for a rough time. I don't mean to be a jerk but I can not believe how many people come here and ask questions that could be answered with a little reading.
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May 26, 2014, 06:34:27 AM
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OK, it's official. DHL are totally useless.
called them on friday after my new SP10 was held because

"we couldn't find the item value on the paperwork"

after guiding them through their own paperwork on that phone call, i was told

"OK, that's cleared and it will be released - but you may not receive it til tuesday" - it's a bank holiday today in the UK. No problem, said I, I can live with that.

Email received 5 mins ago

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Notification for shipment event group "Clearance delay" for 26 May 14.

Clearance will resume once paperwork is received.
A DHL representative shall attempt to contact the
importer or shipper if required. Customer should
contact DHL Customer Service if not reached by DHL

now I have to wait til 8am when someone can be bothered to answer the telephone,
where I will undoubtedly be put through to the airport (again) to tell them how to read their own waybill.

so.. tuesday just became wednesday.  Undecided


EDIT:

just off the phone - SP10 has cleared customs after all, service adviser blaming 'bank holiday monday' that they systems are not updated properly. box will be sent up to Edinburgh on next van.  Smiley content (for now)

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May 26, 2014, 10:50:31 AM
Last edit: May 26, 2014, 11:04:13 AM by Spondoolies-Tech
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Due to several attempts that occurred recently:

Be careful about phishing in the forums.
Do payments only at http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/
Beside reservation fees (<= 0.1 BTC) in group buys, never send BTCs to address someone is giving you on our behalf.
If you're emailing with us, make sure the domain is spondoolies-tech.com

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May 26, 2014, 02:36:16 PM
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hmm.. is this legit?
Yes, it is legit. My SP10 is by far my favorite miner, and I have rigs from 5 different manufacturers.
Legit and extremely loud if you are in Canada I'm trying to get rid of mine since I cant tolerate living with this noise. It is louder than my 21 Antminer S1's combined.
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May 26, 2014, 05:11:44 PM
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Please, could you guys point me to any feedback about people's experiences with hosting their miners in Spond's datacentre?

Thanks
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May 26, 2014, 05:33:12 PM
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Please, could you guys point me to any feedback about people's experiences with hosting their miners in Spond's datacentre?

Thanks

I have one hosted since April 10th and I am very happy with SP.
They still need to finish the details of the hosting conditions as they are not posted anywhere but so far they are responsive and they offered compensation for a couple downtimes (one planned and another unplanned) we have had so far.
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May 26, 2014, 05:37:23 PM
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Please, could you guys point me to any feedback about people's experiences with hosting their miners in Spond's datacentre?

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I have one hosted since April 10th and I am very happy with SP.
They still need to finish the details of the hosting conditions as they are not posted anywhere but so far they are responsive and they offered compensation for a couple downtimes (one planned and another unplanned) we have had so far.

Thanks for reply. I'm considering hosting my SP 30 units to save electricity using free hosting option. Unless there will be possibility to boost the hashing
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May 26, 2014, 05:42:19 PM
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Please, could you guys point me to any feedback about people's experiences with hosting their miners in Spond's datacentre?

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I have one hosted since April 10th and I am very happy with SP.
They still need to finish the details of the hosting conditions as they are not posted anywhere but so far they are responsive and they offered compensation for a couple downtimes (one planned and another unplanned) we have had so far.

Thanks for reply. I'm considering hosting my SP 30 units to save electricity using free hosting option. Unless there will be possibility to boost the hashing

Highly reccomend it, they have been very responsive so far.

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May 26, 2014, 06:27:34 PM
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hmm.. is this legit?
Yes, it is legit. My SP10 is by far my favorite miner, and I have rigs from 5 different manufacturers.
Legit and extremely loud if you are in Canada I'm trying to get rid of mine since I cant tolerate living with this noise. It is louder than my 21 Antminer S1's combined.


post it on ebay. =D
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May 26, 2014, 06:28:44 PM
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hmm.. is this legit?
Yes, it is legit. My SP10 is by far my favorite miner, and I have rigs from 5 different manufacturers.
Legit and extremely loud if you are in Canada I'm trying to get rid of mine since I cant tolerate living with this noise. It is louder than my 21 Antminer S1's combined.


post it on ebay. =D
Ebay sucks!
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May 26, 2014, 06:30:30 PM
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If you don´t trust the seller, get Escrow via OgNasty or another person.
Ebay selling fees of ~10% are just ridiculous.
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