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Author Topic: A Public Plea to Bitcoin Developers and Supporters alike  (Read 9842 times)
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July 12, 2012, 09:06:50 PM
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So Bitcoin would end if say AMD brought out a 3.5 GHash GPU for about the same price? I should imagine the market will appreciate multiple ASIC vendors in the same way it has FPGA vendors? 

Why is $150 so significant and how come Bitcoin didn't die during the last meteoric rise in difficulty?

It was a cunning plan to have the funny man be the money fan of the punning clan.
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July 13, 2012, 08:12:13 AM
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And I am not just telling it to you so that I have bigger piece of mining pie. I am myself out of the mining game for good  for some time now and working with various projects such as Bitcoin Magazine, Ellet, Safebit etc... just to mention a few.
Does that mean your ASIC farm is no longer in the cards?

Our financial models told us that risk/reward is not that great, our partners were not too happy giving our investors decent terms so we pulled out of that project a few weeks before BFL announcement.

We decided to let all the competing ASIC teams to fight it out between each other without us.

Some of our time got wasted on this, but nobody on our side lost any money, except me (and it is negligible).


So, how does the above fit with you saying on May 28 that you were waiting for ASICs to be printed?
FUD spreading much?

Vladimir seems to have a lot of free time lately  Wink

LOL, yep, waiting for ASIC's to be printed do that to people.  Wink


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July 13, 2012, 09:21:00 AM
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u just mad cuz ur 7970s are becoming worthless for mining Grin

I think anyone with 11.1 gh/s and over should be forced to shut down... its not fair !!1111!  Cry

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July 13, 2012, 10:30:44 AM
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GPU and FPGA cockroaches are running for the cover and demanding a fork to protect their hides. How hilarious!

Here is a news for you. You can make that fork yourself right now, no need to beg any devs. Just pledge a 50 BTC bounty and someone will make that fork for ya. So stop whining and do the fork I dare you.

The rest of us will stay with Bitcoin that will enjoy Exahashes of hashing power securing it's transactions.

BTW. Consider applying for Whiner in Chief job at RIAA, they will surely understand your angst.

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