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November 10, 2013, 05:33:36 PM
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hey guys. I'm casual and i have 1 share. can some1 tell me what I need to do to keep my share?

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November 10, 2013, 06:41:33 PM
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I believe ASICminer Will rise high again. We have seen nothing yet as a company that is capable of doing the things of this company is capable of. It is probably fair to say that at 5 bitcoins a share it was overpriced. If the bitcoins stay at $300 a coin I would say that at 3.5 coin a share would be right where it belongs. I just cannot stand all of the naysaying that I read here,  please stop. This is a company that has made a lot of people rich and a lot of people upset chasing the Dragon. However it is just like any other turbulent company with it's ups and downs. With the recent things that ASICminer has done it could be one of the most advanced companies in the world for one of the most advanced things in the world,  bitcoin mining. I hope you read this friedcat and you know that there are supporters still and that we are behind you but we need more communication. Communication will be the key to keeping this company going strong. If you stop communicating then the shares will drop. I for one am hanging on to my shares until I feel completely satisfied with this company will no longer produce.BTC

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November 10, 2013, 06:50:28 PM
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When things go up, nobody really cares about communication.

When things go down, everyone wants to be reassured.

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November 10, 2013, 07:11:40 PM
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When things go up, nobody really cares about communication.

When things go down, everyone wants to be reassured.

Truth.

But I don't so much mind the naysayers. Leads to people panic selling = more cheap shares for those of us who still believe in AM's upside potential.

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November 10, 2013, 07:22:40 PM
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When things go up, nobody really cares about communication.

When things go down, everyone wants to be reassured.

Truth.

But I don't so much mind the naysayers. Leads to people panic selling = more cheap shares for those of us who still believe in AM's upside potential.

That and the looming shadow of the SEC over the exchanges Smiley

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November 10, 2013, 07:53:34 PM
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I'm looking to buy shares PM me

Anyone have a history list showing how much dividends were paid out per share?

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November 10, 2013, 09:04:59 PM
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I'm looking to buy shares PM me

Anyone have a history list showing how much dividends were paid out per share?

https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1#ui-tabs-3
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November 10, 2013, 09:31:36 PM
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I'm looking to buy shares PM me

Anyone have a history list showing how much dividends were paid out per share?

https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1#ui-tabs-3
that's only a partial list.  it doesn't include all of them.

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November 10, 2013, 09:54:20 PM
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I'm looking to buy shares PM me

Anyone have a history list showing how much dividends were paid out per share?

https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1#ui-tabs-3
that's only a partial list.  it doesn't include all of them.

Here's a list I've been keeping, I think one or two values may be slightly off, but it should be generally accurate.
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2/28/2013 16:51:38 0.02354454
3/6/2013 16:52:57 0.01916298
3/13/2013 14:59:50 0.023786
3/20/2013 15:00:31 0.02599802
3/24/2013 16:20:00 0.00750846
3/27/2013 15:54:30 0.003775
4/3/2013 15:52:40 0.00255553
4/10/2013 15:17:01 0.00695565
4/17/2013 15:40:42 0.00696732
4/24/2013 15:46:59 0.00773063
5/2/2013 4:10:15 0.00735415
5/8/2013 14:44:33 0.01108519
5/15/2013 11:44:00 0.0362225452
5/22/2013 14:36:31 0.02084164
5/29/2013 15:36:59 0.02653753
6/5/2013 15:16:20 0.03814687
6/12/2013 13:41:51 0.03628311
6/19/2013 16:34:51 0.01810108
6/26/2013 16:26:31 0.01938069
7/3/2013 17:24:28 0.02297025
7/10/2013 16:33:40 0.02075485
7/17/2013 15:30:53 0.02536692
7/24/2013 17:47:17 0.02405901
7/31/2013 17:03:20 0.01858868
8/7/2013 16:41:27 0.02457145
8/14/2013 16:40:42 0.02097289
8/21/2013 12:58:29 0.01226019
8/28/2013 17:49:18 0.01239987
9/4/2013 16:32:16 0.01404192
9/11/2013 16:01:58 0.01355608
9/18/2013 15:52:18 0.00967485
9/25/2013 9:41:33 0.00879957
10/2/2013 9:01:42 0.00800337
10/9/2013 16:29:57 0.0054807496
10/16/2013 16:43:24 0.00403284
10/23/2013 16:59:35 0.00374772
10/30/2013 18:00:54 0.0035336
11/6/2013 15:17:07 0.00290692

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November 11, 2013, 12:32:02 AM
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Hey guys what should I do with  my shares on bitfunder? are they just getting transfered to direct shares to my bitfunder address?

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November 11, 2013, 12:47:01 AM
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Hey guys what should I do with  my shares on bitfunder? are they just getting transfered to direct shares to my bitfunder address?

I'm not familiar with share transfers depending bitfunder,
perhaps a useful info is how to transfer direct shares to havelock (if that's your plan):  


Somebody, please, explain me: how to sell my shares that was automatic transfer to Friedcat?
Importing Shares to Havelock Investment
There is no fee to import shares. There is no minimum quantity for importing shares.

How to Import Direct Shares:
1. Send an e-mail to fnnirvana@gmail.com & TAT Investments at tat.investments@gmail.com with the following message:

”Friedcat, please transfer (X) of my shares to the TAT Investments account at 1rHfXj4AwH9zymwwJuXnbXLiDbAE9V1uz -- tat.investments@gmail.com”

Also include the following info:
- Your current ASICMINER share-holding wallet address & e-mail address
- The quantity of shares you wish to transfer

2. If the e-mail address you have on file with ASICMINER is different than the one you use for your Havelock account, you MUST send an e-mail from the e-mail address you have registered with Havelock confirming this import request. If this is the case, please provided a dated, signed message from the host wallet to confirm ownership.
3. After confirmation from Friedcat is received, the AM1 shares will be added to your account within 48 hours or less.

NOTE: TAT Investments is not responsible for delays or errors in transfer confirmations by ASICMINER staff.
Please follow these instructions carefully to avoid problems.


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November 11, 2013, 03:33:31 AM
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yes, Plazma, go to Havelock. I don't know why people view it so poorly, it was easy and fast to join, seems to operate fairly... I joined every exchange I could; I only use the ones I have to because I don't really like auctions, the escrow hassle and waiting, but hlynr is right. and Havelock is the only game in town, besides cryptostocks, who's prices suck and interface annoys me, or 697 which I dont really need right now unless some of the other securities list there. Plus, Havelock will improve with volume, natch.

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November 11, 2013, 05:24:39 AM
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Large sell on Havelock?

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November 11, 2013, 05:28:55 AM
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I feel like it takes years to send BTC to Havelock. I already missed the opportunity.

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November 11, 2013, 07:37:35 AM
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I think the sale was a lure to get ppl to go to HL. just like it tries to mislead you into thinking the passthrough share is an actual share: https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1

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Each 1 share of AM1 represents 1 share of ASICMINER maintained and verified by either Friedcat or any exchange ASICMINER is traded on, and has rights to all of the dividends of a whole ASICMINER share.

So let me get this straight, it's a full share but not a whole share?
THIS is why I don't like HL. They should just try to be clear - the share they sell you isn't an actual asicminer share but a PassThrough share. I don't like how they are trying to be the "official" version of where things should be traded.
Additionally, I'd say a few dubious accounts have been glorifying Havelock a little too much on this thread and others - or at least that is my gut check, just like how people buy positive reviews in the App store when releasing an App... I understand how some of those things can happen, I'd be more open to it if there wasn't such an obvious "bending the truth" halo around everything: "the Full Share", the (too) many folks trying to get you to join, the "Official" status from being acquired by a south american entity (making it secure?)...

On the other hand, there aren't that many options available, and nothing terrible has yet to happen.
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November 11, 2013, 08:47:57 AM
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I think the sale was a lure to get ppl to go to HL. just like it tries to mislead you into thinking the passthrough share is an actual share: https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1

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ASICMINER Full Shares (AM1)
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Each 1 share of AM1 represents 1 share of ASICMINER maintained and verified by either Friedcat or any exchange ASICMINER is traded on, and has rights to all of the dividends of a whole ASICMINER share.

So let me get this straight, it's a full share but not a whole share?
THIS is why I don't like HL. They should just try to be clear - the share they sell you isn't an actual asicminer share but a PassThrough share. I don't like how they are trying to be the "official" version of where things should be traded.
Additionally, I'd say a few dubious accounts have been glorifying Havelock a little too much on this thread and others - or at least that is my gut check, just like how people buy positive reviews in the App store when releasing an App... I understand how some of those things can happen, I'd be more open to it if there wasn't such an obvious "bending the truth" halo around everything: "the Full Share", the (too) many folks trying to get you to join, the "Official" status from being acquired by a south american entity (making it secure?)...

On the other hand, there aren't that many options available, and nothing terrible has yet to happen.

You have no idea what you are talking about. "Dubious accounts" and "bending the truth". Check the facts and you might learn something before attempting to cause panic. The HL passthrough is run by USER ThickAsThieves and every share on havelock is indeed an entire asicminer share however you look at it. In fact simply by emailing TAT you can transfer your havelock shares to direct 100% authentic FC issued shares (whatever you want to call it). As for the panama thing, A registered security exchange that has been operating since 2006 (if i remember correct) acquires a btc security exchange and you consider this a bad thing?
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November 11, 2013, 09:34:17 AM
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I think the sale was a lure to get ppl to go to HL. just like it tries to mislead you into thinking the passthrough share is an actual share: https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1

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ASICMINER Full Shares (AM1)
Shares
Each 1 share of AM1 represents 1 share of ASICMINER maintained and verified by either Friedcat or any exchange ASICMINER is traded on, and has rights to all of the dividends of a whole ASICMINER share.

So let me get this straight, it's a full share but not a whole share?
THIS is why I don't like HL. They should just try to be clear - the share they sell you isn't an actual asicminer share but a PassThrough share. I don't like how they are trying to be the "official" version of where things should be traded.
Additionally, I'd say a few dubious accounts have been glorifying Havelock a little too much on this thread and others - or at least that is my gut check, just like how people buy positive reviews in the App store when releasing an App... I understand how some of those things can happen, I'd be more open to it if there wasn't such an obvious "bending the truth" halo around everything: "the Full Share", the (too) many folks trying to get you to join, the "Official" status from being acquired by a south american entity (making it secure?)...

On the other hand, there aren't that many options available, and nothing terrible has yet to happen.
So true. I don't know why people have such difficulty understanding the concept. You can exchange these PT-shares for "real" (if you want to call them that) AM shares any time. Its really very easy a 1st-grader could do it. How can it be a "full share" but not a "whole share?"  Huh
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November 11, 2013, 09:36:37 AM
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I think the sale was a lure to get ppl to go to HL. just like it tries to mislead you into thinking the passthrough share is an actual share: https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1

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ASICMINER Full Shares (AM1)
Shares
Each 1 share of AM1 represents 1 share of ASICMINER maintained and verified by either Friedcat or any exchange ASICMINER is traded on, and has rights to all of the dividends of a whole ASICMINER share.

So let me get this straight, it's a full share but not a whole share?
THIS is why I don't like HL. They should just try to be clear - the share they sell you isn't an actual asicminer share but a PassThrough share. I don't like how they are trying to be the "official" version of where things should be traded.
Additionally, I'd say a few dubious accounts have been glorifying Havelock a little too much on this thread and others - or at least that is my gut check, just like how people buy positive reviews in the App store when releasing an App... I understand how some of those things can happen, I'd be more open to it if there wasn't such an obvious "bending the truth" halo around everything: "the Full Share", the (too) many folks trying to get you to join, the "Official" status from being acquired by a south american entity (making it secure?)...

On the other hand, there aren't that many options available, and nothing terrible has yet to happen.

You have no idea what you are talking about. "Dubious accounts" and "bending the truth". Check the facts and you might learn something before attempting to cause panic. The HL passthrough is run by USER ThickAsThieves and every share on havelock is indeed an entire asicminer share however you look at it. In fact simply by emailing TAT you can transfer your havelock shares to direct 100% authentic FC issued shares (whatever you want to call it). As for the panama thing, A registered security exchange that has been operating since 2006 (if i remember correct) acquires a btc security exchange and you consider this a bad thing?

Just to add, ThickAsThieves is a Hero member and an AM board member.

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November 11, 2013, 01:24:38 PM
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Hey guys,

Please someone can explain what should I do with my shares on Bitfunder?
Is there any official announcement?
What will happen if I maintain my shares on Bitfunder?

Thanks
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Hey guys,

Please someone can explain what should I do with my shares on Bitfunder?
Is there any official announcement?
What will happen if I maintain my shares on Bitfunder?

Thanks

Please read here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=148827.440
(the whole page since there are numerous options discussed to chose from).

Basically if you do nothing those shares will become direct shares attached to your bitfunder public address.

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