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April 02, 2014, 07:51:08 PM
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$1 each

That's all they are worth.  Any of them.

And it doesn't even cover shipping

Nuff said.

Stop trying to rip people off on Amazon/Ebay for $25-90 piece.

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April 02, 2014, 11:21:22 PM
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Well when we calculate a device worth and all those chips, plates, ant stuff + a price of a tools usage to build it + time + taxes + + + I am sure those are worth more than a 1$ Smiley

If someone is selling for 1$ I will buy a lot of them Smiley

But anyway I know what you mean .. those are not the best of mining hardware devices Smiley

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April 03, 2014, 02:59:45 AM
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I think what he means is that at $1 you will probably never ROI.

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April 03, 2014, 04:52:02 AM
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There's someone selling for 20$ here. They're afterall a "get to know btc" kit.

Not everyone is prepared to run an electrical monster like the S1 24/7 and pay 30$ monthly to cover expenses.
Not everyone has 400$ to spend for the S1 or 3599 for the S2.
Not everyone is mining for the sake of finance.

I think the purpose is to have you mine to 0.01 btc. Electricity should be negligible to folks who never shut down their PC. When BTC hits 40k$ like winklevosses said it will become a perfect introduction. If btc tanks to 0 you have a pretty usb accessory, a balance to look at in your PC. You will only lost 20$ afterall.
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April 03, 2014, 07:06:26 AM
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There's someone selling for 20$ here. They're afterall a "get to know btc" kit.

Not everyone is prepared to run an electrical monster like the S1 24/7 and pay 30$ monthly to cover expenses.
Not everyone has 400$ to spend for the S1 or 3599 for the S2.
Not everyone is mining for the sake of finance.

I think the purpose is to have you mine to 0.01 btc. Electricity should be negligible to folks who never shut down their PC. When BTC hits 40k$ like winklevosses said it will become a perfect introduction. If btc tanks to 0 you have a pretty usb accessory, a balance to look at in your PC. You will only lost 20$ afterall.


Except the part of the 40K$ BTC value, i agree to this. I'm an USB miner and i dont really do this for money, just for the fun of following this BTC trip
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