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July 20, 2012, 05:32:27 PM
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Hello everyone,

since there is no demand, probably due to  the upcoming asic miners, I
buy back all shares at 0.25btc (original sell price).

the best,
talpan
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July 20, 2012, 07:37:51 PM
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Hello everyone,

since there is no demand, probably due to  the upcoming asic miners, I
buy back all shares at 0.25btc (original sell price).

the best,
talpan

this is pretty sad... any ideas about getting into the bfl asic game somehow?

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July 20, 2012, 10:44:29 PM
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Hello everyone,

since there is no demand, probably due to  the upcoming asic miners, I
buy back all shares at 0.25btc (original sell price).

the best,
talpan

this is pretty sad... any ideas about getting into the bfl asic game somehow?

Hello molecurlar,

first: I want to thank you for your very good support!, we'll be in contact.

I've considered the option to switch to ascis for a short period of time...
But then I saw the numerous mining contracts for asics.
I don't think that any new mining operation could really take off in this situation.

But..., there are plenty of other projects in my head and they need to get out.
I'm in contact with a web-designer in order to make these projects reality Smiley.


the best,
talpan

PS: Let's see how long they have to wait for their ascis Cheesy
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