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April 18, 2012, 07:48:21 PM
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GIGA looks best bang for the buck for the moment again.

This is in line with what I was trying to do. Provide the best value possible for potential investors.

It looks like I have achieved this and have help early investor see big gains on their bonds face value.
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April 19, 2012, 12:19:19 AM
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Well, I've put together a nice spreadsheet calculating PPS values and comparing them with payouts so far. It really shows some interesting numbers, but I think I'll still wait a bit until I release it to the public, as quite a few companies/bonds haven't even paid any dividends in April so far and you for example also just have paid for a week (showing ~23% of expected value on my chart right now). Stay tuned for May (or bribe me into releasing it early Tongue)!

It doesn't take into account current share values though, so if you just want to buy the cheapest bond per MH/s, the pictures ehre are certainly useful. If you want to know how high the operator cut in the shares is though and which ones pay out regularly and fairly compared to PPS values, I might be of help here... Smiley (P.S.: looking at the numbers I now know why FPGA.CONTRACTs and PUREMINING shares are so expensive)

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April 21, 2012, 12:33:53 PM
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Not sure there has been much change the past 2-3 days...

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April 21, 2012, 03:46:30 PM
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Here is the shit, judge for yourself. Added JAH - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77121.0.

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May 01, 2012, 12:20:27 PM
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New GLBSE api returns some volume data, so that is now included in the table.

1mh 7d avg = normalized 7 day average trading price

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BITBOND has 31000 shares issued (happened recently). No impact on the maths since its a bond.
JLP-BDM has 8001 issued but its waiting for new HW atm - so anything I do isn't fair. Except for taking out all shares completely.

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May 01, 2012, 01:43:12 PM
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Here's my overview with slightly different metrics:
I took a look at all the dividends paid in April 2012 by the various mining companies and compared them to the theoretical values should they pay out 100% PPS. Variations can occur of course because of weekly distribution of dividends instead of monthly/daily, a lot of them didn't even exist in the beginning of April...

I will post the same chart in 1 month with the data for April + May combined, then in the beginning of July with the data for the whole Q2/2102. 3 months should be a big enough sample size to make variations in payout frequency small enough to not matter.

I also gave the numbers for 1 MH/s (in current ask prices) for the claimed hash rate and for a dividend equivalent of 1 MH/s PPS. It's quite interesting to see how much mining companies especially differ in their dividend payouts and how well they actually pay out compared to bonds!

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   Ticker      Shares      MH/s (claimed)      theoretical MH/s per share      Dividends per share paid in Q2/2012      % of theoretical MH/s paid in Q2/2012      Current ask price      1 theoretical MH/s in Q2/2012 costs      1 dividend MH/s in Q2/2012 costs      Comments   
   Bonds:                                                         
   100% PPS daily      1      1      1.00      0.01901707      100.00%      not applicable      not applicable      not applicable      theoretical values   
   BFLS      2000      8300      4.15      0.00500000      6.34%      1.20000000      0.28915663      4.56409562      started in the end of April (date unclear)   
   BITBOND      10000      21000      2.10      0.03037642      76.06%      0.63400000      0.30190476      0.39691377      "105%" PPS, started on 8th of April   
   BMMO      10000      10000      1.00      0.01480000      77.82%      0.36999989      0.36999989      0.47542649         
   GIGAMINING      10000      50000      5.00      0.06723132      70.71%      1.50999999      0.30200000      0.42711891      started on 9th(?) of April   
   JAH      2500      2625      1.05      0.00829560      41.54%      0.30000000      0.28571429      0.68772838      "105% PPS", started on 26th of April   
   PUREMINING      10000      10000      1.00      0.01971308      103.66%      0.47999000      0.47999000      0.46304287         
   YABMC      5000      5000      1.00      0.00865824      45.53%      0.34900000      0.34900000      0.76654790      started on 13th of April   
                                                            
   Shares:                                                         
   ABM      1000      830      0.83      0.00349987      22.17%      0.24000000      0.28915663      1.30407576      started ~middle of April (date unclear)   
   COGNITIVE      5000      7600      1.52      0.01497473      51.81%      0.61000000      0.40131579      0.77466570      started ~middle of April (date unclear)   
   FPGA.CONTRACT      6000      2800      0.47      0.00806747      90.90%      0.42800000      0.91714286      1.00890414         
   JLP-BMD      8001      3350      0.42      0.01033380      129.78%      0.25000000      0.59708955      0.46006951      sold lucrative mining contracts   
   MERGEDMINING      10000      1080      0.11      0.00400000      194.76%      0.15700000      1.45370370      0.74641980      Hash rate unclear/not reported   
   TYGRR      1500      12000      8.00      0.08089380      53.17%      2.17500000      0.27187500      0.51131380      47.5% is saved for expansion, 5% to operator   
                                                            

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May 03, 2012, 02:51:45 AM
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Thank you! That's extremely useful. You might consider adding a "BTC per MH" section, or I could just get more practice at mental math and stop complaining. Wink

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May 03, 2012, 07:44:00 AM
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I included a theoretical daily paid "bond" with exactly 100% PPS as first line. This means you should have gotten close to 2 Bitcents in April in total, if the bond mined through all of April and paid dividends in time (if that's what you meant with "BTC per MH/s").

Another "BTC per MH" metric are the "1 theoretical MH/s in Q2/2012 costs" and the "1 dividend MH/s in Q2/2012 costs" columns. The first one is the same as in kakobrekla's chart "1mh cost (ask)", the second one takes a look at dividends so far and guesses that these represent the fraction of dividends that will be paid in the future as well. It is maybe more useful for mining company shares (how big is the operator/electricity cut really?), but can also be used to track if the bonds are really paying up.

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June 02, 2012, 05:50:43 PM
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Thanks for adding ABM.



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