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February 27, 2015, 04:56:24 PM
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SP20e sold, EVGA is sold as well accept bids for EVGA 1300

: the last ONE of two that were initially for sale two great SP20E machines that were for most time downclocked, but tested at regular speed.
New price: 1.71 BTC (currently $499), shipped to US (at a discount to the prevalent ebay price of $600-715). Can ship to Canada with everything over $20 in shipment cost added (as extra). Machines were stationed in an air conditioned environment.

Since SP20 is now discontinued, I consider it a collection product with the price STILL similar to the final SPT price ($479+shipping) when bitcoin was 35% lower.

S5 is $416 $466 shipped, available only on March 30, two weeks away.
As a result, todays fair value of S5 is ~$450 and SP20E fair value is at least 20-30% higher due to its higher speed (at least 1.5TH is easily achievable, maybe up to 1.6-1.65TH), ease of customization, unavailability, etc. I am selling at a discount to that.

1.71BTC/$499


Sold as well EVGA 1300 in perfect shape (used for a few months), $135 (now 0.47BTC), shipped to US.
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February 28, 2015, 02:18:20 AM
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Since SP20 is now discontinued, I consider it a vintage or possibly collection product with the price matching the final SPT price when bitcoin was 15% lower. No point of arguing about the price since BTC is currently in a sharp uptrend.

That's pretty rich. I should sell my "vintage" SP20s too now that they're so collectible. Maybe I should dig out my block erupted too!  Cheesy

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Maybe I should dig out my block erupted too!  Cheesy

It's probably unintentional, but I really like that you used the past-tense.

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March 01, 2015, 11:00:43 PM
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Maybe I should dig out my block erupted too!  Cheesy

It's probably unintentional, but I really like that you used the past-tense.

Selling VINTAGE COLLECTIBLE HIGHLY-SOUGHT-AFTER beautiful BFL Jalapeno 10GH/s miner. As these are discontinued and for serious collectors only, letting this piece go for $1700.00

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March 01, 2015, 11:11:01 PM
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Maybe I should dig out my block erupted too!  Cheesy

It's probably unintentional, but I really like that you used the past-tense.

Selling VINTAGE COLLECTIBLE HIGHLY-SOUGHT-AFTER beautiful BFL Jalapeno 10GH/s miner. As these are discontinued and for serious collectors only, letting this piece go for $1700.00



thanks for a bump.
ebay buy it now lists for $525 (+16 shipping)=$541; $680 from Canada; $495 (+$25)=$520 from canada; $450 (+31)=$481 and that's ALL.
considering that $479 (plus shipping!) was the final SPT price when bitcoin was 19% lower, and considering that bitcoin is jumping up every other day, I believe that the price for SP20 would move into five hundreds shortly.
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March 02, 2015, 11:13:12 PM
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Bumping..the price stays the same in $$ ($479) for now despite BTC rising $26-27 (~5-6%) in the last 24-36 hr.
The price will not stay the same if the rally continues, so get it early at a BTC discount (if you bought BTC yesterday or a few days ago when it was $235).
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March 02, 2015, 11:14:40 PM
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Best of luck with sales. I just sold 3 of mine after a bunch of low ball offers from kids

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March 03, 2015, 07:18:57 PM
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As announced before, due to another upward price movement in BTC to above $282, asking price is now $499 with free shipping to US.
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March 03, 2015, 09:32:50 PM
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Way to pull a Bitmain.
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March 03, 2015, 09:40:54 PM
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Way to pull a Bitmain.

$499 is the asking price, why don't you make a reasonable bid?
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March 03, 2015, 09:57:34 PM
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Way to pull a Bitmain.

$499 is the asking price, why don't you make a reasonable bid?

On a serious note, if you're going to tie the price in usd to the exchange rate of BTC, why not just price it in BTC? Then you won't have to update the post as often.

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March 03, 2015, 10:05:56 PM
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Way to pull a Bitmain.

$499 is the asking price, why don't you make a reasonable bid?

On a serious note, if you're going to tie the price in usd to the exchange rate of BTC, why not just price it in BTC? Then you won't have to update the post as often.

Pricing in BTC might make it either too expensive in $$ or too cheap if we plunge back down.
I actually adjusted the price only once (less than 5% in $$) during the 18% BTC rise in the last 48hr. I think that it is very reasonable.
If BTC will go down significantly, i will adjust the $$ price accordingly.
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March 03, 2015, 11:34:16 PM
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Way to pull a Bitmain.

$499 is the asking price, why don't you make a reasonable bid?

If you're going to tie the price in usd to the exchange rate of BTC, why not just price it in BTC?

Exactly.
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March 05, 2015, 03:21:42 AM
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reduced price $489
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March 05, 2015, 09:43:13 PM
Last edit: March 06, 2015, 06:30:30 PM by Biodom
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one sold;
if no deal on another until noon Fri 3/6, then the sale will be postponed until Tue 3/10 am at the earliest.
EDIT: postponed until 3/10/15
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March 10, 2015, 03:01:25 AM
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sale resumed at 2BTC, shipped to US. See first post for details.
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March 10, 2015, 03:16:44 AM
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Sale resumed: the last of two two great SP20E machines that were for most time downclocked, but tested at regular speed.
Price: 2 BTC, shipped to US (at a discount to the prevalent ebay price of $620-735). Can ship to Canada with everything over $20 in shipment cost added (as extra).
Machines were stationed in an air conditioned environment.

Since SP20 is now discontinued, I consider it a vintage or possibly collection product with the price exceeding the final SPT price ($479+shipping) when bitcoin was 35% lower.

S5 is $466 shipped, available only on March 30, twenty days away.
As a result, todays fair value of S5 is ~$505 and SP20e is at least 20% higher due to its unavailability, higher speed (at least 1.5TH is easily achievable, maybe up to 1.6-1.65TH), ease of customization, etc.



So you're selling two SP20E's for 2Bitcoins?
I'll take them.

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March 10, 2015, 03:19:19 AM
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Sale resumed: the last of two two great SP20E machines that were for most time downclocked, but tested at regular speed.
Price: 2 BTC, shipped to US (at a discount to the prevalent ebay price of $620-735). Can ship to Canada with everything over $20 in shipment cost added (as extra).
Machines were stationed in an air conditioned environment.

Since SP20 is now discontinued, I consider it a vintage or possibly collection product with the price exceeding the final SPT price ($479+shipping) when bitcoin was 35% lower.

S5 is $466 shipped, available only on March 30, twenty days away.
As a result, todays fair value of S5 is ~$505 and SP20e is at least 20% higher due to its unavailability, higher speed (at least 1.5TH is easily achievable, maybe up to 1.6-1.65TH), ease of customization, etc.



So you're selling two SP20E's for 2Bitcoins?
I'll take them.

it says: the last Sp20e (means one) for 2BTC
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March 10, 2015, 03:26:14 AM
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Sale resumed: the last of two two great SP20E machines that were for most time downclocked, but tested at regular speed.
Price: 2 BTC, shipped to US (at a discount to the prevalent ebay price of $620-735). Can ship to Canada with everything over $20 in shipment cost added (as extra).
Machines were stationed in an air conditioned environment.

Since SP20 is now discontinued, I consider it a vintage or possibly collection product with the price exceeding the final SPT price ($479+shipping) when bitcoin was 35% lower.

S5 is $466 shipped, available only on March 30, twenty days away.
As a result, todays fair value of S5 is ~$505 and SP20e is at least 20% higher due to its unavailability, higher speed (at least 1.5TH is easily achievable, maybe up to 1.6-1.65TH), ease of customization, etc.



So you're selling two SP20E's for 2Bitcoins?
I'll take them.

it says: the last Sp20e (means one) for 2BTC

Wait.. Your listing says "...the last of two great SP20E machines......"

You even spell out two. Not one..

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