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February 27, 2012, 11:09:35 PM
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BMMO: Current mining power per BTC: 2.80Mhash/BTC

MerdegMining: Current mining power per BTC: 2.25Mhash/BTC

TyGrr: Current mining power per BTC: 2.66Mhash/BTC

The two latest start-ups.

Bitcoin Syndicate: 2MHash/s per BTC invested or 0.5MHash/s per Share

RSM: 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share

I've try to present the basic facts but you should know I'm the CEO of RSM

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February 27, 2012, 11:18:05 PM
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BMMO: Current mining power per BTC: 2.80Mhash/BTC

MerdegMining: Current mining power per BTC: 2.25Mhash/BTC

TyGrr: Current mining power per BTC: 2.66Mhash/BTC

The two latest start-ups.

Bitcoin Syndicate: 2MHash/s per BTC invested or 0.5MHash/s per Share

RSM: 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share

Ahem...

JLP-BMD: 4.19 MH/s per BTC spent or 0.514 MH/s per share
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February 27, 2012, 11:21:36 PM
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BMMO: Current mining power per BTC: 2.80Mhash/BTC

MerdegMining: Current mining power per BTC: 2.25Mhash/BTC

TyGrr: Current mining power per BTC: 2.66Mhash/BTC

The two latest start-ups.

Bitcoin Syndicate: 2MHash/s per BTC invested or 0.5MHash/s per Share

RSM: 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share

Ahem...

JLP-BMD: 4.19 MH/s per BTC spent or 0.514 MH/s per share

Sorry dude  Huh

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February 27, 2012, 11:26:29 PM
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BMMO: Current mining power per BTC: 2.80Mhash/BTC

MerdegMining: Current mining power per BTC: 2.25Mhash/BTC

TyGrr: Current mining power per BTC: 2.66Mhash/BTC

The two latest start-ups.

Bitcoin Syndicate: 2MHash/s per BTC invested or 0.5MHash/s per Share

RSM: 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share

Ahem...

JLP-BMD: 4.19 MH/s per BTC spent or 0.514 MH/s per share

RSM mines on ASIC/FPGA boards so electricity costs are minimal.

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February 27, 2012, 11:27:05 PM
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'Tis alright, just don't want people to forget me...it makes me feel lonesome...  Undecided
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February 27, 2012, 11:29:42 PM
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'Tis alright, just don't want people to forget me...it makes me feel lonesome...  Undecided

I just copied it from another thread and you weren't listed that's the only reason I forgot.  I actually have a share in you  Grin only one but it pays  Wink  Just thought this would be good information for people to see instead of it being lost in another thread.

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February 27, 2012, 11:33:24 PM
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No problem, mind if I contribute here, I kind of feel like doing a bit of analysis today...
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February 27, 2012, 11:36:24 PM
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No problem, mind if I contribute here, I kind of feel like doing a bit of analysis today...

Yes please do the unless your just completely bigging yourself up or just devaluing others.  You can do that if you have good honest hard facts tho.  So please go ahead and add.  The more we enlighten potential GLBSE investors the better for all listed company's.

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February 27, 2012, 11:44:35 PM
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No problem, mind if I contribute here, I kind of feel like doing a bit of analysis today...

Yes please do the unless your just completely bigging yourself up or just devaluing others.  You can do that if you have good honest hard facts tho.  So please go ahead and add.  The more we enlighten potential GLBSE investors the better for all listed company's.

Transparent and honest is what I do...I'm actually curious as to how everyone stacks up...I got a bit of reading ahead of me...
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February 27, 2012, 11:45:44 PM
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how do you calculate for risks of one man show vs team effort?
you know, if a motherboard blows in a 1 rig show, it's party off.
if a mobo blows in a cluster, it's 90 % availability.
or in other words, how many team members can be hit by a bus for the company to continue to work?
if zero, we have a problem.

last week you advertised gpu mining, now you say something else.
keeping in mind that none of the sellers has them on stock or does batches of 10 cards
where do you fit here?

your ad here:
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February 27, 2012, 11:49:44 PM
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how do you calculate for risks of one man show vs team effort?
you know, if a motherboard blows in a 1 rig show, it's party off.
if a mobo blows in a cluster, it's 90 % availability.
or in other words, how many team members can be hit by a bus for the company to continue to work?
if zero, we have a problem.

last week you advertised gpu mining, now you say something else.
keeping in mind that none of the sellers has them on stock or does batches of 10 cards
where do you fit here?

I will have two PC's available to run the three 'BFL Singles' and I'm training a friend to take complete control of the show from me.

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February 27, 2012, 11:53:39 PM
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I posted this yesterday in the newbies thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=66290.msg769775#msg769775
I haven't looked at tygrr,

EDIT: latest changes:
Ticker |Share Price |Dividend paid |Last dividend paid |Next dividend due [eta] |Comments
Weekly
FPGA.contract0.390.00214317 [27/02/2012]04/03/2012
JLP-BMD 0.1899 0.0011715 [27/02/2012] 04/03/2012 somewhat erratic but theoretically should be weekly.

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My list of the frequent paying and those I have shares in are

Ticker |Share Price |Dividend paid |Last dividend paid |Next dividend due [eta] |Comments
Weekly
BMMO 0.394 0.0036[19/02/2012]26/02/2012
MergedMining0.139750.001[25/02/2012]04/03/2012
FPGA.contract0.37-0.3990.00213861 [20/02/2012]27/02/2012
BTCSYN0.25
JLP-BMD 0.1899 - [19/02/2012] 26/02/2012 somewhat erratic but theoretically should be weekly.
Monthly
IBB 0.250.0103[26/01/2012]29/02/2012est. div 0.002

If you are fast and buy *now*, you will receive dividend payments today on all the weekly apart from MergedMining which paid yesterday. IBB is due later this week I think but could be anywhere up to the weekend.

Note
  • ]This does not constitute professional investment advice, do not invest without carefully checking the relevant threads for those listed.
  • Other investments are listed in the marketplace forum.
  • GLBSE.com contains uptodate pricing information.
  • Next due dates are estimated on past performance, or are taken from the listed site.
  • Last dividend payments are taken from threads, website, or my GLBSE account status.



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February 28, 2012, 12:01:36 AM
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how do you calculate for risks of one man show vs team effort?
you know, if a motherboard blows in a 1 rig show, it's party off.
if a mobo blows in a cluster, it's 90 % availability.
or in other words, how many team members can be hit by a bus for the company to continue to work?
if zero, we have a problem.

last week you advertised gpu mining, now you say something else.
keeping in mind that none of the sellers has them on stock or does batches of 10 cards
where do you fit here?

I will have two PC's available to run the three 'BFL Singles' and I'm training a friend to take complete control of the show from me.

Yes many hands make light work but are they all working as volunteers just for the benefits of all the other shareholders.  Maybe that's why returns are so low from some company's compared to RSM.  I have a back-up PC should the new one with warranty fail and the most labour-intensive part of the project once all the ASIC/FPGA boards are set up will be the arrangement of paying the weekly dividend.  

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February 28, 2012, 12:05:27 AM
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1.32MH/s per share

glbse says there are 1900 shares of RSM
1900 shares * 1.32 MH/s you claim in OP

 = 2.5 GH/s

where are they?

your ad here:
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February 28, 2012, 12:14:37 AM
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1.32MH/s per share

glbse says there are 1900 shares of RSM
1900 shares * 1.32 MH/s you claim in OP

 = 2.5 GH/s

where are they?

This is the IPO for the purchase of three 'BFL singles' 832MH/s@80W each and a dedicated low power PC.  The IPO has so far raised enough for the purchase of the first 'BFL single'.  The first dividend should be paid within eight days of delivery of the first purchased unit which has been paid for.  If people think 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share at absolute minimal ASIC/FPGA electricity rates is too risky then that's fine with me as the first unit has been purchased and I will go on to purchase the rest of the shares which are to buy two more 'BFL singles' and a dedicated PC myself.  I just used the GLBSE as a crowd-funding opportunity to help make this happen faster and it's happening  Grin

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February 28, 2012, 12:15:58 AM
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I'm wondering what is the total hasing power of all the mining companies listed on GLBSE?

What percentage of the bitcoin network is the result of GLBSE mining companies?

Wouldn't that be a cool thing to say, "GLBSE- powering 15% of the bitcoin network"

And you guys could say, MyCo- powering the bitcoin network.

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February 28, 2012, 12:20:11 AM
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I'm wondering what is the total hasing power of all the mining companies listed on GLBSE?

What percentage of the bitcoin network is the result of GLBSE mining companies?

Wouldn't that be a cool thing to say, "GLBSE- powering 15% of the bitcoin network"

And you guys could say, MyCo- powering the bitcoin network.

Yes that would be good.  I'm (RSM) thinking of using P2Pool for the benefit of the Bitcoin network and also maybe switching to 100% green produced renewable electricity.

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February 28, 2012, 12:30:26 AM
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= 2.5 GH/s

where are they?

blab blah


so they are in future.
in the same comparison you list next to each other existing capacity for item A and planned capacity for item B (read non existing)
not telling you're outright lying but it's safe to assume that you're not telling the truth or / and don't provide objective data. case closed.

your ad here:
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February 28, 2012, 12:36:49 AM
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= 2.5 GH/s

where are they?

blab blah


so they are in future.
in the same comparison you list next to each other existing capacity for item A and planned capacity for item B (read non existing)
not telling you're outright lying but it's safe to assume that you're not telling the truth or / and don't provide objective data. case closed.

Look new investors can either accept: Bitcoin Syndicate: 2MHash/s per BTC invested or 0.5MHash/s per Share or take RSM: 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share.  RSM first ASIC/FPGA board has been paid for and ordered as I get more investment I can buy unit two, then three and then finally the dedicated low power PC.  Even If I don't get one more investor I'm happy as I've had enough so far to purchase the first ASIC/FPGA board and then I'll buy the rest myself and be rich unless investors who are welcome due to speeding the project up beat me to it.  Stop being bitter for me exposing your poor deal.

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February 28, 2012, 12:57:46 AM
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= 2.5 GH/s

where are they?

blab blah


so they are in future.
in the same comparison you list next to each other existing capacity for item A and planned capacity for item B (read non existing)
not telling you're outright lying but it's safe to assume that you're not telling the truth or / and don't provide objective data. case closed.

Look new investors can either accept: Bitcoin Syndicate: 2MHash/s per BTC invested or 0.5MHash/s per Share or take RSM: 4.16MH/s per BTC invested or 1.32MH/s per share.  RSM first ASIC/FPGA board has been paid for and ordered as I get more investment I can buy unit two, then three and then finally the dedicated low power PC.  Even If I don't get one more investor I'm happy as I've had enough so far to purchase the first ASIC/FPGA board and then I'll buy the rest myself and be rich unless investors who are welcome due to speeding the project up beat me to it.  Stop being bitter for me exposing your poor deal.

interesting.

I pointed out publicly available info that RSM shows 1900 shares issued
and another publicly available info - your statement about per share attributes of this stock
and that those do not match / can't be truth in a universe where 1 + 1 = 2 and Wednesday comes before Thursday.
it's not about happiness. It's about the same data should be evaluated the same way.

how do you want to build trust if you can't tell truth about the operation?

let me show you a manipulative example:
since you've chosen the syndicate, let them market speak their capacity and compare to your initial statement

5.6 GH/s in 7 BFLS units purchased
6.0 GH/s in existing GPU mining
divided per 9100 shares (2900 IPO stock still out there)

1.27 MH/s per share or take BTCSYN over 5 MH/s per bitcoin
only a bit of stretching and the truth is gone.

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