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August 28, 2013, 02:08:19 PM
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how much of these do you think AM have or could have ? I mean they will sell almost whatever amount there is with these prices...

With current deployment it's something around 250TH/s Cheesy
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August 28, 2013, 02:09:07 PM
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Price of BFL Single: $2499 for 50Ghs.

Price for 5x AM blades: 3.5btc x 5 x 130 = $2275 for 50Ghs.

Every single BFL device that has been pre-ordered just got undercut. I would expect nearly every rational actor with a BFL preorder to cancel immediately. Friedcat just bankrupted them.

this realization just made me so happy..... it nearly brought a tear to my eye.
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August 28, 2013, 02:23:17 PM
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I assume these prices are for the old blades, do we have any news on when the new blades are coming?  It seems like they are way overdue (first promised in June).

Good news on the hash rate coming back up.  I hope we can keep it steady this week and prevent another drop.  It would be nice to get a decent dividend next week.

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August 28, 2013, 02:42:57 PM
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3.5 BTC, This really a attractive price ..I think a lot of people will placing orders.
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August 28, 2013, 02:43:55 PM
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Judging by the price cut, we'll see at least 10x faster blades.

Operation: "Offloading"

Generation 2 confirmed, commencing...

Sources?  Or just speculation?
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August 28, 2013, 02:50:05 PM
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Judging by the price cut, we'll see at least 10x faster blades.

Operation: "Offloading"

Generation 2 confirmed, commencing...

Sources?  Or just speculation?

just speculation, though it is logical that they would get rid of old stock before the new stock.  The new stock, though, is probably the new blades, not Gen 2 blades.

FC said assembly will start on the Gen2 in Sep/Oct, so I wouldn't expect Gen2 hardware before Nov 1.

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August 28, 2013, 02:53:07 PM
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Judging by the price cut, we'll see at least 10x faster blades.

Operation: "Offloading"

Generation 2 confirmed, commencing...

Sources?  Or just speculation?

just speculation, though it is logical that they would get rid of old stock before the new stock.  The new stock, though, is probably the new blades, not Gen 2 blades.

FC said assembly will start on the Gen2 in Sep/Oct, so I wouldn't expect Gen2 hardware before Nov 1.
+1. Several posts here show a confusion between next "batch" of blades (250TH), and Gen2.

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This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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August 28, 2013, 02:54:34 PM
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So, binaryFate, for you to win ASICMiner needs to find 7 blocks in the next 6 minutes, if they find less than that I win Smiley.
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August 28, 2013, 02:57:39 PM
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So, binaryFate, for you to win ASICMiner needs to find 7 blocks in the next 6 minutes, if they find less than that I win Smiley.

has it been 48 hours already?

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August 28, 2013, 02:58:34 PM
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3.5 BTC, This really a attractive price ..I think a lot of people will placing orders.

So what has better return, one blade or one AM share?
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August 28, 2013, 02:58:41 PM
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So, binaryFate, for you to win ASICMiner needs to find 7 blocks in the next 6 minutes, if they find less than that I win Smiley.

Which would be seen as a huge threat to the bitcoin network  Cheesy

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August 28, 2013, 03:01:50 PM
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Time's up!

Max 24h average estimate: 68.642284407 TH/s

You did have me worried a bit when I woke up today and saw the spike though!

EDIT: The 1 BTC can be sent to the following address: 1PYqHTtGtr4HL44XRcvegxjZ2AJYRsd5Rp

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vela, I bet we'll see the 24h average being over 80TH/s during the next 48h.
How much are you willing to bet?

Also, guys, there is a speculation thread.


Anyway, we're very likely to have a low dividend again.

Based on data here:
http://www.asicminercharts.com/live/
I would bet 1BTC that we will see (at least once) the 24h-average equal or above 80TH/s, during the next 48h. Anybody takes it?

I'll take your bet.

But first I'd need to know how SmiGueL calculates the hashrate on that site.

I know how I do it on my site, and it's really simple: (232 * <difficulty>) / (3600*24 / <AM_blocks_per_24h>)

Which currently is: (232 * 65,750,060.1) / (3600*24 / 14) = 4.575834502×10¹³ = 45.76 TH/s

If we use the data from my site you're on! And of course my data is verifiable: If you can find more blocks than I claim, that have the "Mined By ASICMiner" signature in the coinbase you know I'm leaving some blocks out.

runeks: ok deal!
Cool! So the bet ends 17:00 (3:00 PM) Wednesday, August 28 (48 hours and two minutes from now).
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August 28, 2013, 03:17:32 PM
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Gen2 is coming soon!

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August 28, 2013, 03:18:38 PM
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Price of BFL Single: $2499 for 50Ghs.

Price for 5x AM blades: 3.5btc x 5 x 130 = $2275 for 50Ghs.

Every single BFL device that has been pre-ordered just got undercut. I would expect nearly every rational actor with a BFL preorder to cancel immediately. Friedcat just bankrupted them.

I remember that back in April BFL basically doubled its ASIC prices. Game over!

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August 28, 2013, 03:22:42 PM
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Time's up!

Max 24h average estimate: 68.642284407 TH/s

You did have me worried a bit when I woke up today and saw the spike though!

EDIT: The 1 BTC can be sent to the following address: 1PYqHTtGtr4HL44XRcvegxjZ2AJYRsd5Rp

Thank you for participating Grin

vela, I bet we'll see the 24h average being over 80TH/s during the next 48h.
How much are you willing to bet?

Also, guys, there is a speculation thread.


Anyway, we're very likely to have a low dividend again.

Based on data here:
http://www.asicminercharts.com/live/
I would bet 1BTC that we will see (at least once) the 24h-average equal or above 80TH/s, during the next 48h. Anybody takes it?

I'll take your bet.

But first I'd need to know how SmiGueL calculates the hashrate on that site.

I know how I do it on my site, and it's really simple: (232 * <difficulty>) / (3600*24 / <AM_blocks_per_24h>)

Which currently is: (232 * 65,750,060.1) / (3600*24 / 14) = 4.575834502×10¹³ = 45.76 TH/s

If we use the data from my site you're on! And of course my data is verifiable: If you can find more blocks than I claim, that have the "Mined By ASICMiner" signature in the coinbase you know I'm leaving some blocks out.

runeks: ok deal!
Cool! So the bet ends 17:00 (3:00 PM) Wednesday, August 28 (48 hours and two minutes from now).

Cry
Congratulations
https://blockchain.info/tx/e45bdc18b97eba5f94e0cbe5f44a5009f50fd688b8c62d734856942106c0e677

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 28, 2013, 03:27:07 PM
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Time's up!

Max 24h average estimate: 68.642284407 TH/s

You did have me worried a bit when I woke up today and saw the spike though!

EDIT: The 1 BTC can be sent to the following address: 1PYqHTtGtr4HL44XRcvegxjZ2AJYRsd5Rp

Thank you for participating Grin

Cry
Congratulations
https://blockchain.info/tx/e45bdc18b97eba5f94e0cbe5f44a5009f50fd688b8c62d734856942106c0e677

Give the man a rating, runeks. Men who honor their bet losses should be praised, we've seen too many runners/scammers lately.
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August 28, 2013, 03:29:09 PM
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Give the man a rating, runeks. Men who honor their bet losses should be praised, we've seen too many runners/scammers lately.

+1

Just for the record, I was hoping binaryFate would come out on top, even though I highly doubted the possibility.

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August 28, 2013, 03:29:49 PM
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Time's up!

Max 24h average estimate: 68.642284407 TH/s

You did have me worried a bit when I woke up today and saw the spike though!

EDIT: The 1 BTC can be sent to the following address: 1PYqHTtGtr4HL44XRcvegxjZ2AJYRsd5Rp

Thank you for participating Grin

Cry
Congratulations
https://blockchain.info/tx/e45bdc18b97eba5f94e0cbe5f44a5009f50fd688b8c62d734856942106c0e677

Give the man a rating, runeks. Men who honor their bet losses should be praised, we've seen too many runners/scammers lately.

I agree, he should get a rating for sure

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August 28, 2013, 03:30:09 PM
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Thank you very much! Please doing business with you.

Remember to buy 1 BTC now at a mere $118 from Bitstamp, so that in 2 years you don't regret losing the $735 a single bitcoin will cost by then Smiley.

Time's up!

Max 24h average estimate: 68.642284407 TH/s

You did have me worried a bit when I woke up today and saw the spike though!

EDIT: The 1 BTC can be sent to the following address: 1PYqHTtGtr4HL44XRcvegxjZ2AJYRsd5Rp

Thank you for participating Grin

vela, I bet we'll see the 24h average being over 80TH/s during the next 48h.
How much are you willing to bet?

Also, guys, there is a speculation thread.


Anyway, we're very likely to have a low dividend again.

Based on data here:
http://www.asicminercharts.com/live/
I would bet 1BTC that we will see (at least once) the 24h-average equal or above 80TH/s, during the next 48h. Anybody takes it?

I'll take your bet.

But first I'd need to know how SmiGueL calculates the hashrate on that site.

I know how I do it on my site, and it's really simple: (232 * <difficulty>) / (3600*24 / <AM_blocks_per_24h>)

Which currently is: (232 * 65,750,060.1) / (3600*24 / 14) = 4.575834502×10¹³ = 45.76 TH/s

If we use the data from my site you're on! And of course my data is verifiable: If you can find more blocks than I claim, that have the "Mined By ASICMiner" signature in the coinbase you know I'm leaving some blocks out.

runeks: ok deal!
Cool! So the bet ends 17:00 (3:00 PM) Wednesday, August 28 (48 hours and two minutes from now).

Cry
Congratulations
https://blockchain.info/tx/e45bdc18b97eba5f94e0cbe5f44a5009f50fd688b8c62d734856942106c0e677


Give the man a rating, runeks. Men who honor their bet losses should be praised, we've seen too many runners/scammers lately.
You're right! I will do that now.
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August 28, 2013, 03:51:18 PM
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Thanks for the rating runeks.

Now div time  Smiley

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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