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August 16, 2014, 09:44:49 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

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August 16, 2014, 09:47:12 PM
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Just some truisms penned by some Jewish Bulgarian Freemason Gimp is all. Like I said, if Joshua Zipkin is in any way connected with Spondolies-Tech, I suggest getting in line to receive a refund ASAP. S-T needs to go on record and state that such WILL NEVER be the case, otherwise their brand is trashed.

I have no qualms with S-T at this penning, but sure as hell WILL make a helluva lot of noise if Josh Zipkin is in any way connected to these folks. This fucker is bad news across the board for Bitcoin and should be stopped at all expense.

From what I've read, Josh is tied up with Dragon miner as well, so that brand will become dead in the water is such is the case.
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August 16, 2014, 09:48:33 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

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Hey, Guy. Like I said, no qualms with you or your team, but this Joshua Zipkin is truly bad news.

Later, bud.

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August 16, 2014, 09:54:05 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

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Spondoolies-Tech/Guy,

I assume this is the normal industry folks meeting industry folks. However if not what influence does Joshua Zipkin  have on your company ? Anyways you have a good thing going do not let this worm spoil your apple. You are well aware of BFL's reputation by now.

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August 16, 2014, 09:56:37 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

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Hey, Guy. Like I said, no qualms with you or your team, but this Joshua Zipkin is truly bad news.

Later, bud.

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I'm not aware and not interested in your mutual history. If anyone wants to buy ASICs with 3 months lead time from us, they're welcome.
I'm going to sleep. I don't understand and I'm not sure I want to understand the melodramatic here.

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August 16, 2014, 09:57:16 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

Guy

 

Spondoolies-Tech/Guy,

I assume this is the normal industry folks meeting industry folks. However if not what influence does Joshua Zipkin  have on your company ? Anyways you have a good thing going do not let this worm spoil your apple. You are well aware of BFL's reputation by now.


None. Prospect customer, like many others.

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August 16, 2014, 10:00:24 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

Guy

 

Spondoolies-Tech/Guy,

I assume this is the normal industry folks meeting industry folks. However if not what influence does Joshua Zipkin  have on your company ? Anyways you have a good thing going do not let this worm spoil your apple. You are well aware of BFL's reputation by now.


None. Prospect customer, like many others.

Good to hear. looking forward to the start of shipping of the August group buy
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August 16, 2014, 10:01:39 PM
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I did meet Joshua Zipkin in Amsterdam and Hong Kong conferences. I've met many more involved in the industry.
Joshua was suppose to come to the cancelled Inside Bitcoin TLV at the end of July.

Anyone interested in our ASICs is welcome to contact sales@
The lead time is 3 months due to the huge demand for TSMC 28nm allocations.

Guy

 

Spondoolies-Tech/Guy,

I assume this is the normal industry folks meeting industry folks. However if not what influence does Joshua Zipkin  have on your company ? Anyways you have a good thing going do not let this worm spoil your apple. You are well aware of BFL's reputation by now.


None. Prospect customer, like many others.

Fair enough, taking you at your word, and hoping business is brisk (no pun intended). I had the pleasure of seeing your rigs in Chicago a month ago. I was the dude with half a beard.
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August 16, 2014, 10:22:41 PM
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looking forward to the start of shipping of the August group buy
Keep dreaming buddy.  I don't see this happening for several more weeks.  Just like KnC, Spondoolies is giving no hint this is imminent.  Translation: 'not going to happen soon'.

Meanwhile, just run the Bitmain hardware as hard as you can.  It's the only way to stay alive.  SP30 is going down the same rat hole as the Neptune.  Will be junk on arrival.

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Keep dreaming buddy.  I don't see this happening for several more weeks.  Just like KnC, Spondoolies is giving no hint this is imminent.  Translation: 'not going to happen soon'.

Meanwhile, just run the Bitmain hardware as hard as you can.  It's the only way to stay alive.  SP30 is going down the same rat hole as the Neptune.  Will be junk on arrival.

are you even real ? not you rawdog the other dude in your head...

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August 17, 2014, 03:58:25 AM
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Our commitment is to ship in August.

We're getting ASICs shipments every few days and producing at a a rate of 70 to 100 SP30 per day.

I understand your anxeity, but please be patient.
Please keep this tread professional and without personal attacks.

We'll open October SP30 batch soon. The spec we guarantee is 5.5 TH/s with 3KW at the wall.

If we'll miss the hahs-rate upwards (more probable), the customer will win.
If we'll miss downwards, we'll compensate for the missing hash-rate and keep the $/GH/s ratio.

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August 17, 2014, 04:11:51 AM
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Our commitment is to ship in August.

We're getting ASICs shipments every few days and producing at a a rate of 70 to 100 SP30 per day.

I understand your anxeity, but please be patient.
Please keep this tread professional and without personal attacks.

We'll open October SP30 batch soon. The spec we guarantee is 5.5 TH/s with 3KW at the wall.

If we'll miss the hahs-rate upwards (more probable), the customer will win.
If we'll miss downwards, we'll compensate for the missing hash-rate and keep the $/GH/s ratio.

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thanks, that was easy wasnt it... im actually a bit stunned collider/RS didnt get in there first

You still avoided the actual questions & eluded to some 'personal attacks' of which ive seen zero...

im not entirely convinced you do understand our anxiety being in an entirely different position than the end users, but I appreciate the time taken to reply regardless.

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August 17, 2014, 04:57:18 AM
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Our commitment is to ship in August.

We're getting ASICs shipments every few days and producing at a a rate of 70 to 100 SP30 per day.

I understand your anxeity, but please be patient.
Please keep this tread professional and without personal attacks.

We'll open October SP30 batch soon. The spec we guarantee is 5.5 TH/s with 3KW at the wall.

If we'll miss the hahs-rate upwards (more probable), the customer will win.
If we'll miss downwards, we'll compensate for the missing hash-rate and keep the $/GH/s ratio.

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are you guys on a 5 day week or 7 day week shipping till the miners are shipped with breaks between batches? ust curious in that I saw this reply on the weekend

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August 17, 2014, 05:41:30 AM
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Our commitment is to ship in August.

We're getting ASICs shipments every few days and producing at a a rate of 70 to 100 SP30 per day.

I understand your anxeity, but please be patient.
Please keep this tread professional and without personal attacks.

We'll open October SP30 batch soon. The spec we guarantee is 5.5 TH/s with 3KW at the wall.

If we'll miss the hahs-rate upwards (more probable), the customer will win.
If we'll miss downwards, we'll compensate for the missing hash-rate and keep the $/GH/s ratio.

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are you guys on a 5 day week or 7 day week shipping till the miners are shipped with breaks between batches? ust curious in that I saw this reply on the weekend

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August 17, 2014, 05:43:37 AM
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Our commitment is to ship in August.

We're getting ASICs shipments every few days and producing at a a rate of 70 to 100 SP30 per day.

I understand your anxiety, but please be patient.
Please keep this tread professional and without personal attacks.

We'll open October SP30 batch soon. The spec we guarantee is 5.5 TH/s with 3KW at the wall.

If we'll miss the hahs-rate upwards (more probable), the customer will win.
If we'll miss downwards, we'll compensate for the missing hash-rate and keep the $/GH/s ratio.

Guy

Way to keep it classy.

Not sure I can keep my anxiety / anticipation in check as a customer.

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August 17, 2014, 06:14:07 AM
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well, if they leave all the answering to collider they can easily claim it wasnt they who were off...

collider, are you on the payroll??

WHY do you feel the need to answer all the questions for them??

I am proud to say that I am not on the payroll of any company, except the cents I get per post for my signature (this does however contribute to the number of my hopefully helpful posts).

That being said, all my answers either reflect what spondoolies themselves have previously publically stated (which you could find out if you actually read through the thread / spondoolies last posts)
or include my own personal speculations based on what was previously said and are normally marked as such (but nevertheless turn out to by quite accurate most of the time).

Feel free to call me out on anything that you believe to be a lie though.

I am trying to provide a service to the community here, completely free of charge, to help out fellow miners.

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August 17, 2014, 06:32:25 AM
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well, if they leave all the answering to collider they can easily claim it wasnt they who were off...

collider, are you on the payroll??

WHY do you feel the need to answer all the questions for them??

I am proud to say that I am not on the payroll of any company, except the cents I get per post for my signature (this does however contribute to the number of my hopefully helpful posts).

That being said, all my answers either reflect what spondoolies themselves have previously publically stated (which you could find out if you actually read through the thread / spondoolies last posts)
or include my own personal speculations based on what was previously said and are normally marked as such (but nevertheless turn out to by quite accurate most of the time).

Feel free to call me out on anything that you believe to be a lie though.

I am trying to provide a service to the community here, completely free of charge, to help out fellow miners.



Its uncanny how you, roadstress, and guy all have identical writing style

How is that Lexical analysis working out bickneleski?
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August 17, 2014, 06:37:30 AM
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Its uncanny how you, roadstress, and guy all have identical writing style

I take that as a compliment, as Guy is a highly educated individual.

I however feel that my writing style differs from Guy´s quite a bit.
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not a compliment, just an observation

How is that Lexical analysis working out bickneleski?
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August 17, 2014, 06:43:23 AM
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well, if they leave all the answering to collider they can easily claim it wasnt they who were off...

collider, are you on the payroll??

WHY do you feel the need to answer all the questions for them??

I am proud to say that I am not on the payroll of any company, except the cents I get per post for my signature (this does however contribute to the number of my hopefully helpful posts).

That being said, all my answers either reflect what spondoolies themselves have previously publically stated (which you could find out if you actually read through the thread / spondoolies last posts)
or include my own personal speculations based on what was previously said and are normally marked as such (but nevertheless turn out to by quite accurate most of the time).

Feel free to call me out on anything that you believe to be a lie though.

I am trying to provide a service to the community here, completely free of charge, to help out fellow miners.



which is appreciated but im sure you can agree there is a very consistent, blurry line between your speculations and the lack of details from HQ.

again, no-one called you a liar or personally attacked you, playing the victim is so weak i cant believe you both did so. (actually...)


you have (the first of?) your machines so are in a position to help others out, those others being other miners, not 'helping' SPTech by repeatedly 'speculating' expected shipping dates where they feel no need to do so.

im not trying to ruffle sensitive feathers, MERELY trying to find out (free of charge)when myself & OTHERS might expect to receive our August the ??th hardware...

if THAT is deemed a personal assault on anyone then you might as well release the hounds...

personally i feel Roadstress' recent 'thankyou SPT for making ME money' post was more 'insulting' to all of us waiting than anything i OR you has posted, but its just an opinion.

i believe myself to be a patient man, but having been burned in multiple ASIC invest-duh rape schemes i feel justified in requesting the most basic info wrt shipment details - and as for 'its there if you look for it' it isnt, its vague and intentionally/purposefully so, amongst a plethora of backslapping, competition abuse & failed hero claims among other unhelpful drivel. (and some helpful)

but you knew that didnt you.
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