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March 30, 2014, 10:44:16 AM

After much consideration I think I'm going to request a refund on my closed batch one Neptune preorder. However, if anyone is interested in buying the preorder for more than I'll get if I refund, you can have my spot in the queue. KNC won't let me change the shipping address, so I'll have to wait for the miner to arrive and then promptly forward it to your address.

Unfortunately, because of import VAT, the price goes up quite a lot if I were to receive it, so to be able to beat the KNC refund, the starting bid is $13500, including express shipping worldwide. In other words, around the same as open batch 1 (and this order will ship earlier).

Bitcoin payment only, I can not afford the risk of chargebacks. Sale is final regardless of any eventual good or bad news from KNC. I can be trusted, I have run the webstore for two years now, with hundreds of customers.

In case you don't know, the Neptune is a 3000Ghps+ miner, scheduled to ship in Q2. Word on their forum is that the miner will likely be more than 3Thps, maybe even 4Thps. The chips were sent to tapeout in February.

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March 31, 2014, 10:19:59 PM

I don't think anyone would actually buy this at the current state of the market. Better off buying bitcoins.

Also better off buying scrypt asics as they will make more money.
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