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May 25, 2013, 09:10:07 AM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

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May 25, 2013, 11:15:56 AM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

This, basically. BTCMC is one of the companies we contracted with to fulfill the mining part of the DMC plan until we could get our own gear up in running in the datacenter. Yochdog, the owner of BTCMC and majority shareholder, suspended dividends for ASIC purchasing.

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May 25, 2013, 12:33:18 PM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

This, basically. BTCMC is one of the companies we contracted with to fulfill the mining part of the DMC plan until we could get our own gear up in running in the datacenter. Yochdog, the owner of BTCMC and majority shareholder, suspended dividends for ASIC purchasing.
If they are operating right now.....how could I find any information about their mining process? like hashrate in operating and so on...why didn't they move their security to either BITFUNDER or BTCT???
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If they are operating right now.....how could I find any information about their mining process? like hashrate in operating and so on...why didn't they move their security to either BITFUNDER or BTCT???
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May 26, 2013, 03:20:16 AM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

This, basically. BTCMC is one of the companies we contracted with to fulfill the mining part of the DMC plan until we could get our own gear up in running in the datacenter. Yochdog, the owner of BTCMC and majority shareholder, suspended dividends for ASIC purchasing.
If they are operating right now.....how could I find any information about their mining process? like hashrate in operating and so on...why didn't they move their security to either BITFUNDER or BTCT???

Its not a they, just Yochdog. If you want further information, ask in the BTCMC thread, and do so nicely.

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May 27, 2013, 01:28:08 PM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

This, basically. BTCMC is one of the companies we contracted with to fulfill the mining part of the DMC plan until we could get our own gear up in running in the datacenter. Yochdog, the owner of BTCMC and majority shareholder, suspended dividends for ASIC purchasing.
If they are operating right now.....how could I find any information about their mining process? like hashrate in operating and so on...why didn't they move their security to either BITFUNDER or BTCT???

Its not a they, just Yochdog. If you want further information, ask in the BTCMC thread, and do so nicely.
It's ok...if they are accumulate dividend for future purchasing ASICs..I think this absolutely ok....but I just feel wonder about how many dividend did they accumulated so far??  Do you wondering too?
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May 27, 2013, 01:32:59 PM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

This, basically. BTCMC is one of the companies we contracted with to fulfill the mining part of the DMC plan until we could get our own gear up in running in the datacenter. Yochdog, the owner of BTCMC and majority shareholder, suspended dividends for ASIC purchasing.
If they are operating right now.....how could I find any information about their mining process? like hashrate in operating and so on...why didn't they move their security to either BITFUNDER or BTCT???

Its not a they, just Yochdog. If you want further information, ask in the BTCMC thread, and do so nicely.

It's ok...if they are accumulate dividend for future purchasing ASICs..I think this absolutely ok....but I just feel wonder about how many dividend did they accumulated so far??  Do you wondering too?

Its in the lower hundreds of BTC iirc.

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May 27, 2013, 01:35:53 PM
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WHY WHY WHY? SO did they actually mining?Huh did they actually existing now?Huh?
In contrast to DMC they are actually mining, but the operator being the major shareholder decided to stop divs to have funds available for future ASIC upgrades.

This, basically. BTCMC is one of the companies we contracted with to fulfill the mining part of the DMC plan until we could get our own gear up in running in the datacenter. Yochdog, the owner of BTCMC and majority shareholder, suspended dividends for ASIC purchasing.
If they are operating right now.....how could I find any information about their mining process? like hashrate in operating and so on...why didn't they move their security to either BITFUNDER or BTCT???

Its not a they, just Yochdog. If you want further information, ask in the BTCMC thread, and do so nicely.

It's ok...if they are accumulate dividend for future purchasing ASICs..I think this absolutely ok....but I just feel wonder about how many dividend did they accumulated so far??  Do you wondering too?

Its in the lower hundreds of BTC iirc.
Ok...this fine... Diabolo I think you are the most activated forum moderator in this forum... hah
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May 27, 2013, 01:41:13 PM
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Ok...this fine... Diabolo I think you are the most activated forum moderator in this forum... hah

I'm no longer a mod. Theymos didn't like the fact I was trying to expose the BFL problem to a wider audience.

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May 27, 2013, 01:45:30 PM
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Ok...this fine... Diabolo I think you are the most activated forum moderator in this forum... hah

I'm no longer a mod. Theymos didn't like the fact I was trying to expose the BFL problem to a wider audience.
this true, BFL seems delayed their shipments over 9 months....this very cool... did you order any BFL products?
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May 27, 2013, 01:46:39 PM
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Ok...this fine... Diabolo I think you are the most activated forum moderator in this forum... hah

I'm no longer a mod. Theymos didn't like the fact I was trying to expose the BFL problem to a wider audience.
this true, BFL seems delayed their shipments over 9 months....this very cool... did you order any BFL products?


No, however yochdog already did before I could stop him. So, DMC gets screwed by BFL no matter what I do.

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May 27, 2013, 02:08:23 PM
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Ok...this fine... Diabolo I think you are the most activated forum moderator in this forum... hah

I'm no longer a mod. Theymos didn't like the fact I was trying to expose the BFL problem to a wider audience.
this true, BFL seems delayed their shipments over 9 months....this very cool... did you order any BFL products?


No, however yochdog already did before I could stop him. So, DMC gets screwed by BFL no matter what I do.

Poor Yochdog...and poor DMC... I think there are more people than those ,are actually suffering in BFL.....
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June 03, 2013, 04:19:26 AM
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Active shares: 7,174
Dividends paid out this month: 64.58145708 BTC
Dividends per share paid this month: 0.0090021545971564  BTC

Dividends paid out for all time:252.79287193  BTC
Dividends paid out for all time per share: 0.0452009709142917 BTC

Assets held:
106 BTC-MINING
1000 BTCMC
681 ASICMINER

Dividends:
64.58145708 BTC from ASICMINER

Progress:
1691 to 1966 BTC paid into DMC over 20909 shares
1015 BTC returned for 9,330 shares (0.108 each)
8.95 BTC returned for 186 shares (0.048 each)
54.57 BTC returned for 620 shares  (0.087 each)
18.93 BTC returned for 98 shares (0.193 each)
638 BTC returned for 3,501 shares (0.182 each) (AM trade, 2 BTC a share)
252.79 BTC dividends paid

Original investment repaid, 22.24 to 297.24 BTC profit, 34.31% of shares left.

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June 04, 2013, 02:09:17 AM
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277 shares of DMC traded for 26 AM, AM valuation at 2.48 BTC.

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June 04, 2013, 02:55:38 AM
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277 shares of DMC traded for 26 AM, AM valuation at 2.48 BTC.
Closer to closed DMC...Nice job....
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June 15, 2013, 08:53:54 PM
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277 shares of DMC traded for 26 AM, AM valuation at 2.48 BTC.

AM paid two weeks dividend already, so how about DMC? are we get pay monthly dividend?
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June 15, 2013, 10:25:29 PM
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https://bitfunder.com/asset/DMC
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Shares Total   11,579
Shares Issued   7,174

Looks like you have a long way to go.

While reading what I wrote, use the most friendliest and relaxing voice in your head.
BTW, Things in BTC bubble universes are getting ugly....
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July 02, 2013, 03:17:50 AM
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https://bitfunder.com/asset/DMC
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Shares Issued   7,174

Looks like you have a long way to go.
AM valued at 4.5, I assume that DMC will have a big step in this month, personally I am going to contribute this step by my shares.
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July 02, 2013, 06:36:28 AM
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https://bitfunder.com/asset/DMC
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Shares Issued   7,174

Looks like you have a long way to go.
AM valued at 4.5, I assume that DMC will have a big step in this month, personally I am going to contribute this step by my shares.

I see no change. Still the same:

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Shares Total 11,579
Shares Issued 7,174 <-- 

Same time, "cheap" ASIC coins are flooding the market and BTC is getting hammered, falling form €100 to €66.31 - loss of 33.69%.

While reading what I wrote, use the most friendliest and relaxing voice in your head.
BTW, Things in BTC bubble universes are getting ugly....
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July 02, 2013, 08:47:23 AM
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https://bitfunder.com/asset/DMC
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Shares Total   11,579
Shares Issued   7,174

Looks like you have a long way to go.

I don't know why you keep posting useless numbers.  The correct numbers are 20,909 and 6,897, respectively.

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