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March 01, 2012, 06:32:49 PM
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So do we have miners that might be interested in buying ( bitcoins are fine ) a PV system in the UK?

Only ask because as miner myself I found the power bill a little expensive and my Solar system has really taken the edge off.

If I get any interest I will make a proper thread about it and my company.

Happy to chat over the phone or skype if anyone has any questions.

Ow and yes I'm MCS certified etc etc.

Edit: I guess with all these FPGA's coming out power is less of an issue tho  Undecided


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March 02, 2012, 02:09:14 AM
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So do we have miners that might be interested in buying ( bitcoins are fine ) a PV system in the UK?

Only ask because as miner myself I found the power bill a little expensive and my Solar system has really taken the edge off.

If I get any interest I will make a proper thread about it and my company.

Happy to chat over the phone or skype if anyone has any questions.

Ow and yes I'm MCS certified etc etc.

Edit: I guess with all these FPGA's coming out power is less of an issue tho  Undecided



Not necessarily. How about powering the FPGA miners with solar power! Free mining Smiley Horaaaay!

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March 02, 2012, 10:50:48 AM
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Well I know my systems not totaly covering my rigs (GPU's) but sure could power alot of FPGA's .


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March 02, 2012, 08:50:52 PM
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Just signed engineering plans for a 33 panel array, about 8kW setup.  I believe that's only about half of what our house averages, lol.  Parents are pissed about my mining operation like you would not believe.  If they could measure the breaker for just my room I would be getting charged for sure.  I tell them that even if they could figure out how much I owe them for electricity on top of rent that I would *STILL* be making money from the BTC I mine  Grin
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March 02, 2012, 09:23:51 PM
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Just signed engineering plans for a 33 panel array, about 8kW setup.  I believe that's only about half of what our house averages, lol.  Parents are pissed about my mining operation like you would not believe.  If they could measure the breaker for just my room I would be getting charged for sure.  I tell them that even if they could figure out how much I owe them for electricity on top of rent that I would *STILL* be making money from the BTC I mine  Grin

You better hope they don't find out about this.
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