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January 06, 2013, 01:24:02 AM
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Still set on not selling these to people, even sans support, warranties, and the like?

Yes, it's simply not acceptable to sell it without warranty and support, and only a fool would buy it this way.. :-)  Providing support, warranty and so on would increase costs and then you lose the advantage.

What can you tell us about the predicted specs anyway? Any ASIC hardware porn?

ASIC boards provide (at current $13.41/BTC) 719MH/s per BTC, with an estimated power consumption set between 1.2W and 1.4W per GH/s. Miners will be arranged in sets of 1KW/each (more than 750GH/s per unit).

I will release some adult pictures of this stuff when the production will be ready to be assembled.
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January 07, 2013, 12:33:54 AM
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Still set on not selling these to people, even sans support, warranties, and the like?

Yes, it's simply not acceptable to sell it without warranty and support, and only a fool would buy it this way.. :-)  Providing support, warranty and so on would increase costs and then you lose the advantage.
Fair, support could be forum driven (and even if it wasn't by design I'm sure some help would be available online anyway). Warranty is a little harder to get around, it would obviously have to work once and for at least a week or two, but how long is long enough after that is the question I suppose. Not something I expected, still something I wish I could get though of course xD

What can you tell us about the predicted specs anyway? Any ASIC hardware porn?

ASIC boards provide (at current $13.41/BTC) 719MH/s per BTC, with an estimated power consumption set between 1.2W and 1.4W per GH/s. Miners will be arranged in sets of 1KW/each (more than 750GH/s per unit).

I will release some adult pictures of this stuff when the production will be ready to be assembled.
Can't wait!
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January 09, 2013, 04:26:10 AM
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So is it just me or is it looking like pyramining will be the first implemented and running ASICs on the network?  If that holds true it will be a great thing to be a pyramining user as we'll all reap the rewards (I know the investors in my proxy pyramining funds should be happy if this is the case)! :-) 

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January 09, 2013, 07:28:10 AM
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That claim seems pretty dubious and naive. What makes you guys think he actually has asics coming when nobody else does?

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January 09, 2013, 07:48:43 AM
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Please, don't transform this thread into another speculation about ASICs. We are working hard on it, it's a difficult road, and as I stated above, a delay still may appear. We are trying to deploy as fast as possible. I am as eager as you (probably much more) to have them working.
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January 11, 2013, 03:31:17 PM
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That claim seems pretty dubious and naive. What makes you guys think he actually has asics coming when nobody else does?

It´s hope arround there. But it is very obvious he is working hard, he IS an entrepreneur. Things may fail or be  delayed, but when someone has an entrepreneur soul, nothing will stop him. I am sure about that.
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January 12, 2013, 02:34:25 PM
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So is it just me or is it looking like pyramining will be the first implemented and running ASICs on the network?  If that holds true it will be a great thing to be a pyramining user as we'll all reap the rewards (I know the investors in my proxy pyramining funds should be happy if this is the case)! :-) 

True indeed. After the big mess at BTCFPGA side, I'm hoping to see some good returns with this.

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January 19, 2013, 04:12:48 AM
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Received my 3/11 Bitcoin from Pyramining on January 4th. Thanks Pyramining! Should take a long time due to difficulty increase and block reward halving.

Straya Cunt!
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January 19, 2013, 10:23:36 AM
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I received a payment from Pyramining today...thank you.

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January 20, 2013, 09:27:58 PM
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I hope Pyramining is not dependent on BTCFPGA with their Asics... don't want to loose all my coins

Seems like BTCFPGA can't pay back all customers
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January 20, 2013, 10:28:11 PM
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I received a payment from Pyramining today...thank you.

You don't need to thank me, it's just normal.

I hope Pyramining is not dependent on [edit: put your favorite vendor here] with their Asics... don't want to loose all my coins

Nobody will lose their coins. Should something go extremely wrong (extremely unlikely), coins will be sent back. I'm financially solid.
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January 21, 2013, 01:09:29 PM
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I hope Pyramining is not dependent on [edit: put your favorite vendor here] with their Asics... don't want to loose all my coins

Nobody will lose their coins. Should something go extremely wrong (extremely unlikely), coins will be sent back. I'm financially solid.


Great news - thank you
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January 21, 2013, 11:37:42 PM
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Looks like Avalon has shipped their ASIC servers (20 JAN). Let's give our support and prayers to pyramining so that his ASICs will come online soon to beat the next re-target.

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January 22, 2013, 05:08:56 AM
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Looks like Avalon has shipped their ASIC servers (20 JAN). Let's give our support and prayers to pyramining so that his ASICs will come online soon to beat the next re-target.
From everything I can tell they're coming along in due time. I'm just hoping we can get them soon so everything isn't tied up waiting and we can bring the time down from ~30 months. In time as well I suppose.
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January 22, 2013, 11:43:15 PM
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I received a payment from Pyramining today...thank you.

You don't need to thank me, it's just normal.

I hope Pyramining is not dependent on [edit: put your favorite vendor here] with their Asics... don't want to loose all my coins

Nobody will lose their coins. Should something go extremely wrong (extremely unlikely), coins will be sent back. I'm financially solid.


Can you give us a brief update with ASIC development progress?

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January 23, 2013, 12:56:39 AM
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I received a payment from Pyramining today...thank you.

You don't need to thank me, it's just normal.

I hope Pyramining is not dependent on [edit: put your favorite vendor here] with their Asics... don't want to loose all my coins

Nobody will lose their coins. Should something go extremely wrong (extremely unlikely), coins will be sent back. I'm financially solid.


Can you give us a brief update with ASIC development progress?
Thanks, I always want to ask, but I don't want to be the single person badgering for more info. Between Avalon and general impatience for the shiny new toys I imagine I'm not the only one waiting with bated breath.

Theoretically the lowest cost ASICs with certainly the lowest maintenance.
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January 23, 2013, 01:31:17 AM
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I don't have any useful update yet. Please don't be impatient, I know that Avalon is probably shipping, but our solution should be far more competitive, so there will still be an advantage.
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January 23, 2013, 07:06:42 AM
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I was checking my account today and saw the last reward stuck at 2013-01-21 22:16:44 UTC. Wasn't there any mining on 22 Jan onwards?

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January 23, 2013, 09:02:43 AM
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I don't have any useful update yet. Please don't be impatient, I know that Avalon is probably shipping, but our solution should be far more competitive, so there will still be an advantage.
Sorry for being harsh, but I don't care about Avalon, I am just asking about your progress.
"Far more competitive" - that's because? I really don't understand why you cannot post ANY details. This isn't adding confidence to your business.

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January 23, 2013, 03:27:47 PM
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What can you tell us about the predicted specs anyway? Any ASIC hardware porn?

ASIC boards provide (at current $13.41/BTC) 719MH/s per BTC, with an estimated power consumption set between 1.2W and 1.4W per GH/s. Miners will be arranged in sets of 1KW/each (more than 750GH/s per unit).

I will release some adult pictures of this stuff when the production will be ready to be assembled.
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ASIC GH/s cost:   1.09 BTC

Those are the advantages. Pyramining is able to deploy ASICs for cheaper than anyone else at current (given current estimates and pricing).

BFL's power estimates are slightly lower per GH/s, but that's offset by pyramining's electric rate (which I believe is fairly low) and a bit of solar that's already setup.

They're also easier to keep up with since it's someone else's job to deal with.
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