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January 09, 2014, 06:32:47 AM
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New infrastructure:~110.7GH/s/BTC
Whoa, seriously?

at ~1000 usd pr coin thats 9 usd pr ghs.
nothing to go "whoa" over Tongue

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January 09, 2014, 10:30:31 AM
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He may have the system recording them as one even though they come from multiple addresses.
Why not match the time stamp of the payout in your wallet to the stamp on pyramining? That will tell you its from there. Its highly unlikely someone would randomly send you .02xbt
One payout matchs and I can't figure out who sent me the others .01XBT. I used that address only on Pyramining and considering the value I can only think to it

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January 09, 2014, 10:53:34 AM
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New infrastructure:~110.7GH/s/BTC
Whoa, seriously?

at ~1000 usd pr coin thats 9 usd pr ghs.
nothing to go "whoa" over Tongue

It is when you put multiple BTC into pyramining back in 2012 :~)
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January 09, 2014, 12:58:21 PM
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New infrastructure:~110.7GH/s/BTC
Whoa, seriously?

at ~1000 usd pr coin thats 9 usd pr ghs.
nothing to go "whoa" over Tongue

It is when you put multiple BTC into pyramining back in 2012 :~)

New infrastructure is additional hashing power added by new investments.
Overall hashing power per BTC will be way lower.

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January 09, 2014, 01:36:27 PM
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New infrastructure:~110.7GH/s/BTC
Whoa, seriously?

at ~1000 usd pr coin thats 9 usd pr ghs.
nothing to go "whoa" over Tongue
Its kinda a woah. @1000/xbt  cointerra is at 3$/ghs. So its not that bad of a price. Cex is still trading at 40$ or so. Look on eBay/amazon you will pay hundreds per ghs if your dumb enough to do so.
I have no doubt that his cost will drop even more as he buys more hardware from them.
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January 09, 2014, 01:38:51 PM
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New infrastructure:~110.7GH/s/BTC
Whoa, seriously?

at ~1000 usd pr coin thats 9 usd pr ghs.
nothing to go "whoa" over Tongue

It is when you put multiple BTC into pyramining back in 2012 :~)

New infrastructure is additional hashing power added by new investments.
Overall hashing power per BTC will be way lower.
It will be until we finally pay off the FPGA investors. when that happens it will swing back in our direction with a vengeance.
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January 09, 2014, 07:56:56 PM
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28nm will be competitive for some time. While 20/22nm is being worked on, its not ready for mass production, so it will be quite awhile before we start seeing those added to the network.
Last time he designed his own asic, this time he has contracted with an asic producer, so we should be good this time around.
He should have a steady supply of chips to keep us with, if not ahead of difficulty.
22mn is the technology that companies like Intel are using now. So, we should expect that miners will follow the level of Intel technology? Or build miner is different from build CPU?
ASICs are custom designed chips to do one thing, that one thing being whatever they were designed to do.
The only asic producer that is working with/on 20nm is knc and they expect to ship q2 of this year which means anytime from end of march to end of july. As I said in a previous post, 28nm will be profitable for sometime. The power efficiency and ability to overclock combined with the rising value of XBT or is that the falling value of fiat, 28nm will be competitive for sometime, barring any insane leaps of difficulty.
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January 12, 2014, 05:08:40 PM
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I'm new to pyramining and I'm wondering what they meant with a complete account / revenue...
Can anyone answer me what that means?

Also wondering why my payment still is in queue (has been for a week =/ )

Thanks ^^

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January 12, 2014, 05:25:04 PM
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I'm new to pyramining and I'm wondering what they meant with a complete account / revenue...
Can anyone answer me what that means?

Also wondering why my payment still is in queue (has been for a week =/ )

Thanks ^^

AFAIK all current deposits are being saved for new 28nm infrastructure.  Which is planned to start coming online later this month IIRC.

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January 12, 2014, 05:43:36 PM
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I'm new to pyramining and I'm wondering what they meant with a complete account / revenue...
Can anyone answer me what that means?

Also wondering why my payment still is in queue (has been for a week =/ )

Thanks ^^

AFAIK all current deposits are being saved for new 28nm infrastructure.  Which is planned to start coming online later this month IIRC.

Hmmmm so when they come online will all queues be cleared or is there not enough?
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January 13, 2014, 02:42:34 AM
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I'm new to pyramining and I'm wondering what they meant with a complete account / revenue...
Can anyone answer me what that means?

Also wondering why my payment still is in queue (has been for a week =/ )

Thanks ^^

AFAIK all current deposits are being saved for new 28nm infrastructure.  Which is planned to start coming online later this month IIRC.

Hmmmm so when they come online will all queues be cleared or is there not enough?
The amount of hardware he brings online in each batch will determine the # of deposits activated. As for not having enough hardware? Based on the how much he said he could purchase with personal funds of the current hardware and the magnitudes of power and efficiency of the new hardware I estimate he could purchase about 100ths with his own funds. We have 4.6ths of queued deposits, I would say he will get that queue cleared in no time as soon as he starts installing new hashing power.
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January 13, 2014, 09:17:59 PM
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What is the default bonus? I couldn't find it anywhere in the site.
Edit: I believe it is 10%, but I am not completely sure. Can someone confirm?

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January 13, 2014, 09:32:45 PM
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What is the default bonus? I couldn't find it anywhere in the site.
Edit: I believe it is 10%, but I am not completely sure. Can someone confirm?

AFAIK the default bonus was and still is 10% IIRC.

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January 15, 2014, 04:19:34 AM
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What is the default bonus? I couldn't find it anywhere in the site.
Edit: I believe it is 10%, but I am not completely sure. Can someone confirm?
Its 10%. Its posted here...
http://pyramining.com/faq#howdoesitwork
First line...
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January 15, 2014, 06:07:54 AM
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AFAIK all current deposits are being saved for new 28nm infrastructure.  Which is planned to start coming online later this month IIRC.
so, when he done install it, that mean all queue up deposit will be active, right?
my question is,
after that time, if i deposit again
is my deposit will be active immediately or must wait some weeks again, waiting he buy new hardware again?
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January 15, 2014, 07:12:39 AM
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I have some notice, really reliable, about cointerra! they'll start to send miner 22nm in the next 10 days!! So we are every time late...
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January 15, 2014, 08:00:14 AM
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AFAIK all current deposits are being saved for new 28nm infrastructure.  Which is planned to start coming online later this month IIRC.
so, when he done install it, that mean all queue up deposit will be active, right?
my question is,
after that time, if i deposit again
is my deposit will be active immediately or must wait some weeks again, waiting he buy new hardware again?

When queue will be emptied new activations will  require very little time.

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January 15, 2014, 05:54:48 PM
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AFAIK all current deposits are being saved for new 28nm infrastructure.  Which is planned to start coming online later this month IIRC.
so, when he done install it, that mean all queue up deposit will be active, right?
my question is,
after that time, if i deposit again
is my deposit will be active immediately or must wait some weeks again, waiting he buy new hardware again?
Last time he brought on approximately twice the amount of power than was queued up, so after that hardware was deployed he could keep activating deposits when he got to them. He is investing his own funds in this new hardware as well, so its likely the same thing will happen, he will be able to activate deposits as they come in rather than waiting for new hardware. I am also hopeful that this time he will have new hardware coming in at regular intervals so we can keep growing.
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January 15, 2014, 05:59:14 PM
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I have some notice, really reliable, about cointerra! they'll start to send miner 22nm in the next 10 days!! So we are every time late...

They are working on 28nm not 22nm and pyramining didn't contract with them. He wouldn't say who he cut a deal with so its likely a smaller lesser known player.
And cointerra haven't announced any shipping info. According to the thread here on bitcointalk they have contacted customers about the extra hashing power they will shipping because of the delay, but they havent contacted anyone about shipping.

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January 15, 2014, 07:06:43 PM
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sooo how about an update pyra?


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