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July 16, 2013, 04:43:52 AM
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For those who may have missed the update, I've quoted it here:

Here is what I just posted in the BTC-TC/Cognitive news feed:

Hello Shareholders!

This Saturday, I proudly opened the box containing one of our two Avalon miners that we have purchases using a total of 900 of our treasury shares. The second Avalon will be mailed to us tomorrow and online by the end of the week!

Additionally, BFL is making great progress in shipping their SC Singles, which we have a very early pre-order for seven of! These units run at ~60gh/s each.

Our current hashrate: 83 gh/s

Our hashrate at the end of the week: 153 gh/s

Our hashrate after the BFL units are delivered (soon): 573 gh/s

Our hashrate after the BFL and Avalon chips are delivered (September): 960 gh/s

Our hashrate after all of the above and we spend our remaining treasury shares + growth funds: 1.1+ th/s (1100+ gh/s)

In addition to all of this good news: as of last week Cognitive has paid out OVER 1000 bitcoins in dividends! For our current inventory and total dividend history you can always refer to http://cognitivemining.com/

These are going to be a very exciting few months for Cognitve Smiley

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July 16, 2013, 09:22:52 AM
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For those who may have missed the update, I've quoted it here:

Here is what I just posted in the BTC-TC/Cognitive news feed:

Hello Shareholders!

This Saturday, I proudly opened the box containing one of our two Avalon miners that we have purchases using a total of 900 of our treasury shares. The second Avalon will be mailed to us tomorrow and online by the end of the week!

Additionally, BFL is making great progress in shipping their SC Singles, which we have a very early pre-order for seven of! These units run at ~60gh/s each.

Our current hashrate: 83 gh/s

Our hashrate at the end of the week: 153 gh/s

Our hashrate after the BFL units are delivered (soon): 573 gh/s

Our hashrate after the BFL and Avalon chips are delivered (September): 960 gh/s

Our hashrate after all of the above and we spend our remaining treasury shares + growth funds: 1.1+ th/s (1100+ gh/s)

In addition to all of this good news: as of last week Cognitive has paid out OVER 1000 bitcoins in dividends! For our current inventory and total dividend history you can always refer to http://cognitivemining.com/

These are going to be a very exciting few months for Cognitve Smiley

Cheers,
Garrett

WOOW what an update! Thank you so much!  please  keep us informed with updates  for the next Avalon is hashing!    It will bump up to Share Price for sure!   Stay  tuned guys!

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July 16, 2013, 12:47:50 PM
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I apologize for the confusion on my part there, I had thought you were still thinking about the new offer of 150 shares instead of 300.

No, I thought I made it clear but if not, my fault.

Anyway I have a policy of not changing the price on a deal after it is accepted. That is a questionable act in my book for both parties involved.

Thanks.


But I guess you haven't accepted this deal until early today, like when the share price reach like 0.6/share. I guess things change fast, if you missed the deal that day that time, you missed it.

No, I had accepted it before but only posted when I did to make a point about something else. Also I would have just dropped it but there was some confusion about the deal so I cleared up some FUD that was posted in this thread.

Ironic how the report of this deal helped move the stock price up, and that price going up meant that the deal could not happen.

Oh well. Live and learn.



 

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July 16, 2013, 12:49:02 PM
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the walls broken!!!
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July 16, 2013, 01:04:11 PM
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I apologize for the confusion on my part there, I had thought you were still thinking about the new offer of 150 shares instead of 300.

No, I thought I made it clear but if not, my fault.

Anyway I have a policy of not changing the price on a deal after it is accepted. That is a questionable act in my book for both parties involved.

Thanks.


But I guess you haven't accepted this deal until early today, like when the share price reach like 0.6/share. I guess things change fast, if you missed the deal that day that time, you missed it.

No, I had accepted it before but only posted when I did to make a point about something else. Also I would have just dropped it but there was some confusion about the deal so I cleared up some FUD that was posted in this thread.

Ironic how the report of this deal helped move the stock price up, and that price going up meant that the deal could not happen.

Oh well. Live and learn.



 

Perhaps you'd reconsider selling for straight BTC instead.  Given that our treasury shares are now sold,  we should be brimming with hardware funds.


we were able to work something out in the end. also i bought a significant amount of more stock to assist in kicking that wall down.



Does that mean another 60gh will be online in the near future?
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July 16, 2013, 01:05:15 PM
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I apologize for the confusion on my part there, I had thought you were still thinking about the new offer of 150 shares instead of 300.

No, I thought I made it clear but if not, my fault.

Anyway I have a policy of not changing the price on a deal after it is accepted. That is a questionable act in my book for both parties involved.

Thanks.


But I guess you haven't accepted this deal until early today, like when the share price reach like 0.6/share. I guess things change fast, if you missed the deal that day that time, you missed it.

No, I had accepted it before but only posted when I did to make a point about something else. Also I would have just dropped it but there was some confusion about the deal so I cleared up some FUD that was posted in this thread.

Ironic how the report of this deal helped move the stock price up, and that price going up meant that the deal could not happen.

Oh well. Live and learn.



 

Perhaps you'd reconsider selling for straight BTC instead.  Given that our treasury shares are now sold,  we should be brimming with hardware funds.


we were able to work something out in the end. also i bought a significant amount of more stock to assist in kicking that wall down.



Does that mean another 60gh will be online in the near future?

Yea  this saturday :-)

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July 16, 2013, 01:07:47 PM
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The great news for cognitive just keeps coming! (See this update if you haven't already: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=67547.msg2738979#msg2738979)

We just bought a SC Single that gets ~60gh/s and it is hashing for us right now, putting our estimated hashrate at the end up this week all the way up to 213gh/s Cheesy

Additionally, ALL off the Cognitive treasury shares just sold, so we now have over 400 btc in our reserves to purchase more hardware with!

Does that mean another 60gh will be online in the near future?

Yea  this saturday :-)

Actually, it's online right now! I was hosting the unit for the former owner already so the transition took just a few minutes Smiley

Cheers,
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July 16, 2013, 01:11:00 PM
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If the Second Avalon is online now then write another Update  on btct.co       Potential Investors and existing shareholders wwant to know that i guess ;-)

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July 16, 2013, 01:13:04 PM
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If the Second Avalon is online now then write another Update  on btct.co       Potential Investors and existing shareholders wwant to know that i guess ;-)

The second Avalon will be arriving later this week. This 60gh/s SC Single is in addition to the Avalon which is in transit right now Smiley

Regardless, I agree that BTC-TC is due for an update.

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July 16, 2013, 01:29:25 PM
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Will you be buying ASICMiner blades [which should be out within a couple weeks] with the funds just made from all of the treasury shares sold?
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July 16, 2013, 01:33:33 PM
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In the past AM Blades have been ridiculously overpriced. If they are selling at a competitive rate then we will surely consider them.

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July 16, 2013, 01:34:12 PM
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Will you be buying ASICMiner blades [which should be out within a couple weeks] with the funds just made from all of the treasury shares sold?

Whats the ROI for this round of ASICMiner blades?  I knew most previous hardware from them was way overpriced.
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July 16, 2013, 01:36:18 PM
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That last update....dem hash rates...
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July 16, 2013, 02:02:42 PM
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That last update....dem hash rates...

right? Grin

Is there a share price that when reached there might be a split like BASIC-MINING had recently? Something like 1 to 10

It seemed to have quite the positive effect on share price.

How many shares have been issued so far? 10,000?
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That last update....dem hash rates...

right? Grin

Is there a share price that when reached there might be a split like BASIC-MINING had recently? Something like 1 to 10

It seemed to have quite the positive effect on share price.

How many shares have been issued so far? 10,000?
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July 16, 2013, 02:22:47 PM
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I apologize for the confusion on my part there, I had thought you were still thinking about the new offer of 150 shares instead of 300.

No, I thought I made it clear but if not, my fault.

Anyway I have a policy of not changing the price on a deal after it is accepted. That is a questionable act in my book for both parties involved.

Thanks.


But I guess you haven't accepted this deal until early today, like when the share price reach like 0.6/share. I guess things change fast, if you missed the deal that day that time, you missed it.

No, I had accepted it before but only posted when I did to make a point about something else. Also I would have just dropped it but there was some confusion about the deal so I cleared up some FUD that was posted in this thread.

Ironic how the report of this deal helped move the stock price up, and that price going up meant that the deal could not happen.

Oh well. Live and learn.



 

Perhaps you'd reconsider selling for straight BTC instead.  Given that our treasury shares are now sold,  we should be brimming with hardware funds.


we were able to work something out in the end. also i bought a significant amount of more stock to assist in kicking that wall down.


Congrats for the deal. Smiley
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July 16, 2013, 02:53:41 PM
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Does it make sense to do a 10:1 stock split?

indeed stock split may help improve liquidity. or not?

There are many Users with potential low investments i think.

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July 16, 2013, 03:46:08 PM
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Does it make sense to do a 10:1 stock split?

indeed stock split may help improve liquidity. or not?

There are many Users with potential low investments i think.
Yea, I agree with you, it also helps reinvesting the dividends.
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July 16, 2013, 03:54:57 PM
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Well thought id be able to help out with the wall this morning, looks like that 1000 or so share wall got removed fairly quick.  Shocked

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July 16, 2013, 04:13:31 PM
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Well thought id be able to help out with the wall this morning, looks like that 1000 or so share wall got removed fairly quick.  Shocked

Take out that 0.917980 wall!  Cheesy
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