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July 24, 2013, 10:01:09 PM
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Jumping ship from BTCTC to Havelock is ridiculous as they are in no better position with respect to Canadian exempt securities regulations (National Instrument 45-106).

Everyone panicking is throwing money away, which I'm sure is pleasing to the speculators among us. Stay calm, there really is no urgent need to do anything.

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July 24, 2013, 10:07:37 PM
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TAT's passthrough has dropped down to 0.041. Wish I had some spare BTC right now  Sad Easy ~10% profit within a few days.
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July 24, 2013, 10:09:33 PM
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Jumping ship from BTCTC to Havelock is ridiculous as they are in no better position with respect to Canadian exempt securities regulations (National Instrument 45-106).

Everyone panicking is throwing money away, which I'm sure is pleasing to the speculators among us. Stay calm, there really is no urgent need to do anything.

don't tell people that, you'll make the price rise before my confirmations...

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July 24, 2013, 11:41:41 PM
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Jumping ship from BTCTC to Havelock is ridiculous as they are in no better position with respect to Canadian exempt securities regulations (National Instrument 45-106).

Everyone panicking is throwing money away, which I'm sure is pleasing to the speculators among us. Stay calm, there really is no urgent need to do anything.

don't tell people that, you'll make the price rise before my confirmations...

3 confirmations never went so slow... I missed the train  Sad
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July 24, 2013, 11:45:39 PM
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don't tell people that, you'll make the price rise before my confirmations...

Sorry. Smiley

I picked up some cheap shares too. My only regret is not having a boatload of BTC at the ready.

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July 24, 2013, 11:49:56 PM
Last edit: July 25, 2013, 12:40:45 AM by freedomno1
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Jumping ship from BTCTC to Havelock is ridiculous as they are in no better position with respect to Canadian exempt securities regulations (National Instrument 45-106).

Everyone panicking is throwing money away, which I'm sure is pleasing to the speculators among us. Stay calm, there really is no urgent need to do anything.

Lightbox/James Posts I would say they are a bit ahead to be honest lightboxtechnologies and Canadianbitcoins included on NS 45-106 might ask James later that is a good question.

https://www.havelockinvestments.com/faq.php
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=135035.msg1441581#msg1441581
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=135035.msg1438390#msg1438390
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=135035.msg2665856#msg2665856
How do I know you're a legitimate business?
We have physical assets, an office, a phone number and operate under an Incorporated Canadian Business. We have been mining Bitcoins since 2009 (when CPU mining was cool) and are not hiding who we are. Transparency builds trust. Trust builds customers.

Always!  Gotta keep my employees busy (and paid! lol)

My "day job" is owner of http://www.lightbox.ca we do all kinds of web development, IOS development, etc.  Need something done?  Feel free to PM me or email james@lightbox.org

Cheers,
 James

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Back to nomming shares on no real fundamental changes to the company heres something for your reading Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MintChip

I'm going to use Blanket Law
http://www.albertasecurities.com/securitiesLaw/Regulatory%20Instruments/3/Blanket%20Order%2031-505%20-%20Registration%20Exemption%20for%20Trades%20in%20Connection%20with%20Certain%20Prospectus-Exempt%20Distributions/3426188-v1-ASC_Notice_-_February_12__2010.pdf

Recordkeeping
To demonstrate compliance, market participants will need to keep records demonstrating that
they met the conditions of this exemption when they sold a prospectus-exempt security.
Evidence of the purchaser’s risk acknowledgement should be kept for a reasonable period of
time. In NI 45-106, the equivalent prospectus exemption risk acknowledgement condition
requires that the risk acknowledgement be kept for 8 years.
The market participant should also retain evidence of communications between the market
participant and the purchaser. This will serve the market participant well from a compliance
standpoint and if a dispute ever arises between the market participant and the purchaser.

Legals grey while I do not consider it as an exemption I do think no rules besides bitcoin being taxable have been established yet
http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2013/04/26/business-bitcoin-tax.html

Investing gains
When it comes to trading BitCoins for profit, the tax man says there are tax implications there, too.

"When BitCoins are bought or sold like a commodity, any resulting gains or losses could be income or capital for the taxpayer depending on the specific facts," ruled the CRA.

That section is covered in paragraphs nine through 32 of the CRA's section IT-479R, Transactions in Securities, "which provide general comments for purposes of determining whether transactions are income or capital in nature."

Sorry for the length hope that answers a few of the regulatory questions lets get back to topic Smiley
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July 25, 2013, 01:33:08 AM
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I'd guess that the recent dump of passthrough shares on btct was not about rumours regarding the legality of virtual stock exchanges.
I suppose that someone did their sums and came to the conclusion that it might be a good idea to invext in some actual asicminer hardware over the coming weeks.

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July 25, 2013, 01:41:46 AM
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I'd guess that the recent dump of passthrough shares on btct was not about rumours regarding the legality of virtual stock exchanges.
I suppose that someone did their sums and came to the conclusion that it might be a good idea to invext in some actual asicminer hardware over the coming weeks.

Is it smart to invest in 108nm technology in the coming weeks?  Really?

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July 25, 2013, 01:48:56 AM
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Is it smart to invest in 108nm technology in the coming weeks?  Really?
well... i left my electron scanning microscope in my other pants... so I wouldn't know

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July 25, 2013, 01:56:35 AM
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unconfirmed news:
The USB stick miner will be charged at 0.6BTC.
Also,if you bought a stick before,you can buy a new one at 0.1BTC.

I am absolutely turgid at the thought of being able to buy 70 of these guys @ 0.1BTC each... Oh please let it be so.
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July 25, 2013, 02:03:37 AM
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For those running to the safety of AM direct shares - I see this as largely unnecessary. In the worst case scenario, in the event that BTCTC is met with a cease and desist or other enforcement action, Friedcat has an updated listing of all of our share allocations, sent twice a day. https://btct.co/faq

I'm not saying there wouldn't be negative ramifications if BTCTC were targeted - surely liquidity and share price would be affected. However, those of us with AM PT shares are not SOL in that case.

*Full disclosure - I own both direct and PT shares and I am not planning on changing my allocations anytime in the near future.

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July 25, 2013, 02:16:48 AM
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Is it smart to invest in 108nm technology in the coming weeks?  Really?
well... i left my electron scanning microscope in my other pants... so I wouldn't know

just imagine an old man in a wheelchair about to croak any day.. that's 108nm right now

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July 25, 2013, 02:19:18 AM
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unconfirmed news:
The USB stick miner will be charged at 0.6BTC.
Also,if you bought a stick before,you can buy a new one at 0.1BTC.

I am absolutely turgid at the thought of being able to buy 70 of these guys @ 0.1BTC each... Oh please let it be so.

I'd imagine that you'll be able to buy for 0.1BTC on a one-to-one basis with orders already purchased at 0.99BTC to bring the average cost down to the new price.

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July 25, 2013, 02:26:03 AM
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just imagine an old man in a wheelchair about to croak any day.. that's 108nm right now
While I'm making suppositions, I will also say that your lack of knowledge about IC design is equaled by your lack of knowledge of physics in general.

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July 25, 2013, 02:27:04 AM
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just imagine an old man in a wheelchair about to croak any day.. that's 108nm right now
While I'm making suppositions, I will also say that your lack of knowlegdge about IC design is equaled by your lack of knowledge of physics in general.


less density equates to less efficiency and more cost per gh/s
everyone knows that

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July 25, 2013, 02:27:14 AM
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I'd guess that the recent dump of passthrough shares on btct was not about rumours regarding the legality of virtual stock exchanges.
I suppose that someone did their sums and came to the conclusion that it might be a good idea to invext in some actual asicminer hardware over the coming weeks.

+1 Not just about rumors
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July 25, 2013, 02:33:44 AM
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less density equates to less efficiency and more cost per gh/s
everyone knows that
Efficiency in this case is cost, power usage and hashes... if you want to talk about how long a chip will last over time, this is untested.



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July 25, 2013, 02:35:54 AM
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less density equates to less efficiency and more cost per gh/s
everyone knows that
Efficiency in this case is cost, power usage and hashes... if you want to talk about how long a chip will last over time, this is untested.




If it's untested then why would you even consider the possibility that it wouldn't last over time.   Roll Eyes

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July 25, 2013, 02:38:38 AM
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Quote from: VolanicEruptor link=topic=99497.msg2798772#msg2798772 date=1374719754
If it's untested then why would you even consider the possibility that it [b
wouldn't[/b] last over time.   Roll Eyes
I've got a box with a lot of dead celerons that also has working 386sx's in it
no fan

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July 25, 2013, 02:41:41 AM
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Quote from: VolanicEruptor link=topic=99497.msg2798772#msg2798772 date=1374719754
If it's untested then why would you even consider the possibility that it [b
wouldn't[/b] last over time.   Roll Eyes
I've got a box with a lot of dead celerons that also has working 386sx's in it
no fan

Good for you, but what does that tell us about high density chips?  Nothing.

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