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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3914566 times)
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August 22, 2013, 10:11:36 PM
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I'd rather invest in a company with a record instead of a company that just has a promise.

This point will become more obvious to many once some of the "newcommers" just crash spectacularly. Adding their planned percentage of the hashrate, you reach 200%.  Cheesy There will necessarily be some of them left on the road.

Truly fascinating. You appreciate the great risks facing all mining companies and you fail to apply that thinking to AM.

Has it occurred to you AM's 10-20% is part of that 200, and they might be one of the ones "left by the road"?

More likely, I think, the shared resource will get depleted and nobody will make much profit.

Come on!  You never apply the same standards to the competition you've been harping on about that you do to AM.  The way you tell it, AM will suffer any and all calamities while the newcomers come along and create massive competition with no trouble at all.

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August 22, 2013, 10:21:26 PM
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I'd rather invest in a company with a record instead of a company that just has a promise.

This point will become more obvious to many once some of the "newcommers" just crash spectacularly. Adding their planned percentage of the hashrate, you reach 200%.  Cheesy There will necessarily be some of them left on the road.

Truly fascinating. You appreciate the great risks facing all mining companies and you fail to apply that thinking to AM.

Has it occurred to you AM might be one of the ones left by the road?

Fearmongering. FC already stated massive production is scheduled for September and November.

Avalon was producing in January,  wasn't it? The first-mover advantage doesn't necessarily mean much. Ever heard of Friendster?

Cost-efficiency and power consumption will be more important than being a month or two ahead.

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August 22, 2013, 10:23:03 PM
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I'd rather invest in a company with a record instead of a company that just has a promise.

This point will become more obvious to many once some of the "newcommers" just crash spectacularly. Adding their planned percentage of the hashrate, you reach 200%.  Cheesy There will necessarily be some of them left on the road.

Truly fascinating. You appreciate the great risks facing all mining companies and you fail to apply that thinking to AM.

Has it occurred to you AM's 10-20% is part of that 200, and they might be one of the ones "left by the road"?

More likely, I think, the shared resource will get depleted and nobody will make much profit.

Come on!  You never apply the same standards to the competition you've been harping on about that you do to AM.  The way you tell it, AM will suffer any and all calamities while the newcomers come along and create massive competition with no trouble at all.

I don't think that. There are no mining companies I am currently bullish on. Cointerra is my favorite out of a bunch of companies doomed to injure each other in a struggle for survival.

This is a phenomenon known in ecology - the population exceeds the carrying capacity in an exponential growth spurt, then a brutal struggle for resources ensues.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overshoot_(ecology)

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August 22, 2013, 10:23:12 PM
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Dont even answer Vycid. Arguing with you is exactly what he wants. He's just feeding bullshit, because he's holding put options.
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August 22, 2013, 10:26:48 PM
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Vycid, I think we all got your points here on this thread, now. That would be nice if you could just post less, it starts to be annoying.

Convey your ideas, write them down nicely, post them, that's all very well. But don't feel obliged to answer to pretty much any post at any time.

That's not worth it for everyone to go through pages and pages of text half from you, whatever is your added value to the discussion.

I am sure many already have put you on ignore list. I am politely asking you to refrain a bit instead, because I am ok to read your input. In absolute valuation, not in number of posts!

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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August 22, 2013, 10:30:56 PM
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Vycid, I think we all got your points here on this thread, now. That would be nice if you could just post less, it starts to be annoying.

Convey your ideas, write them down nicely, post them, that's all very well. But don't feel obliged to answer to pretty much any post at any time.

That's not worth it for everyone to go through pages and pages of text half from you, whatever is your added value to the discussion.

I am sure many already have put you on ignore list. I am politely asking you to refrain a bit instead, because I am ok to read your input. In absolute valuation, not in number of posts!


This is a reasonable request. Attempting to answer everyone's questions/arguments is clogging the the thread.

I intend to switch to a denser, high-effort post every 1-2 days, to avoid repeating myself. Starting today.

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August 22, 2013, 10:34:54 PM
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Vycid, I think we all got your points here on this thread, now. That would be nice if you could just post less, it starts to be annoying.

Convey your ideas, write them down nicely, post them, that's all very well. But don't feel obliged to answer to pretty much any post at any time.

That's not worth it for everyone to go through pages and pages of text half from you, whatever is your added value to the discussion.

I am sure many already have put you on ignore list. I am politely asking you to refrain a bit instead, because I am ok to read your input. In absolute valuation, not in number of posts!


This is a reasonable request. Attempting to answer everyone's questions/arguments is clogging the the thread.

I intend to switch to a denser, high-effort post every 1-2 days, to avoid repeating myself. Starting today.

or maybe just STFU
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August 22, 2013, 10:36:14 PM
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Vycid, I think we all got your points here on this thread, now. That would be nice if you could just post less, it starts to be annoying.

Convey your ideas, write them down nicely, post them, that's all very well. But don't feel obliged to answer to pretty much any post at any time.

That's not worth it for everyone to go through pages and pages of text half from you, whatever is your added value to the discussion.

I am sure many already have put you on ignore list. I am politely asking you to refrain a bit instead, because I am ok to read your input. In absolute valuation, not in number of posts!


This is a reasonable request. Attempting to answer everyone's questions/arguments is clogging the the thread.

I intend to switch to a denser, high-effort post every 1-2 days, to avoid repeating myself. Starting today

Good idea. You raise some valid points but by continuously repeating them you don't serve anyone, including yourself.

BTW I wouldn't mind it if your realize your short positions. As then I might be able buy even more cheap shares. I don't believe in ASICMINER tanking in the near future.
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August 22, 2013, 10:40:00 PM
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Vycid, I think we all got your points here on this thread, now. That would be nice if you could just post less, it starts to be annoying.

Convey your ideas, write them down nicely, post them, that's all very well. But don't feel obliged to answer to pretty much any post at any time.

That's not worth it for everyone to go through pages and pages of text half from you, whatever is your added value to the discussion.

I am sure many already have put you on ignore list. I am politely asking you to refrain a bit instead, because I am ok to read your input. In absolute valuation, not in number of posts!


This is a reasonable request. Attempting to answer everyone's questions/arguments is clogging the the thread.

I intend to switch to a denser, high-effort post every 1-2 days, to avoid repeating myself. Starting today

Good idea. You raise some valid points but by continuously repeating them you don't serve anyone, including yourself.

BTW I wouldn't mind it if your realize your short positions. As then I might be able buy even more cheap shares. I don't believe in ASICMINER tanking in the near future.

A little less Vycid would be great.  For the record, I don't mind him posting either.  It's no skin off my nose whether he thinks he can manipulate the market down or not.  I'm here for the divs and they are the same regardless of how much a share costs.

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August 22, 2013, 10:41:06 PM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

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August 22, 2013, 10:44:24 PM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

I apologize in advance for my contributions that were not relevant  Wink
Why we tried to create the speculation sub thread Cheesy
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August 22, 2013, 10:46:03 PM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

Is there any thread longer on the forum?

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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August 22, 2013, 10:46:22 PM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

Just read the Friedcat updates and the last 10 pages. More isn't needed.
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August 23, 2013, 12:03:21 AM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

Is there any thread longer on the forum?


Highly unlikely.
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August 23, 2013, 12:17:10 AM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

Is there any thread longer on the forum?


Highly unlikely.

Check out some threads in the speculation forum...
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August 23, 2013, 12:50:35 AM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

Is there any thread longer on the forum?


Highly unlikely.

Check out some threads in the speculation forum...

ChartBuddy spamming 3D graphs on MtGox Wall Tracker doesn't really count...
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August 23, 2013, 07:51:00 AM
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Vycid, I think we all got your points here on this thread, now. That would be nice if you could just post less, it starts to be annoying.

Convey your ideas, write them down nicely, post them, that's all very well. But don't feel obliged to answer to pretty much any post at any time.

That's not worth it for everyone to go through pages and pages of text half from you, whatever is your added value to the discussion.

I am sure many already have put you on ignore list. I am politely asking you to refrain a bit instead, because I am ok to read your input. In absolute valuation, not in number of posts!


This is a reasonable request. Attempting to answer everyone's questions/arguments is clogging the the thread.

I intend to switch to a denser, high-effort post every 1-2 days, to avoid repeating myself. Starting today.

or maybe just STFU
No, he's entitled to expressing his views, same as everyone else.
No one is ever complaining about FC fans who post uninteresting bs or shitty memes, so let's not apply double standards here.
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August 23, 2013, 08:11:39 AM
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Good luck to anyone just joining in and attempting to read the last 600 pages.  Grin

Is there any thread longer on the forum?


Highly unlikely.

Check out some threads in the speculation forum...
Well for useful ones ... there's cgminer ... more than 600 now.

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August 23, 2013, 10:02:54 AM
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Glitches happen, relax  Cool

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August 23, 2013, 11:30:36 AM
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Glitches happen, relax  Cool

Every two weeks...  Grin

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