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January 30, 2014, 08:54:44 AM
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its too late, share price has hardly move, this is bad news, fc gave the update to stop it from sliding to .1 btc which is still overpriced. I'm afraid its all over at this point.
That sounds totally unrealistic. The price will however drop back to around .3 when the price manipulation is over.
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January 30, 2014, 09:38:51 AM
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its too late, share price has hardly move, this is bad news, fc gave the update to stop it from sliding to .1 btc which is still overpriced. I'm afraid its all over at this point.
That sounds totally unrealistic. The price will however drop back to around .3 when the price manipulation is over.

I doubt we will see 0.3 again. 1 month now until beast next gen chips are  produced and dividends will only increase from then on.
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January 30, 2014, 09:49:17 AM
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btcc was closed several months ago, and AM shares that exchanged on it were transfered into directed shares,we can not sell and buy it now,when will it be circulated ?
One can transfer direct shares to havelock, directions are on havelock, or offer them on auction here. Like this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=416012.0
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January 30, 2014, 10:04:32 AM
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its too late, share price has hardly move, this is bad news, fc gave the update to stop it from sliding to .1 btc which is still overpriced. I'm afraid its all over at this point.
That sounds totally unrealistic. The price will however drop back to around .3 when the price manipulation is over.

manipulation will NEVER be over regarding AM on havelock. Grin

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January 30, 2014, 10:07:34 AM
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I transfered (to havelock) some of my direct shares 1 or 2 days before the dividends.
The transfer was successful, and on AM1 I have the correct amount of transfered shares, and have received the dividends.
However the rest of my direct shares did not receive anything.

Is this normal behaviour?
I.e. is it expected a delay in dividends if you had a partial transfer ongoing?
I'm worried they miscalculated something and my shares could have vanished...

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January 30, 2014, 10:10:36 AM
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I transfered (to havelock) some of my direct shares 1 or 2 days before the dividends.
The transfer was successful, and on AM1 I have the correct amount of transfered shares, and have received the dividends.
However the rest of my direct shares did not receive anything.

Is this normal behaviour?
I.e. is it expected a delay in dividends if you had a partial transfer ongoing?
I'm worried they miscalculated something and my shares could have vanished...


I didn't receive yesterday's dividend either from direct shares.
I will wait a bit more before reporting it as missing.
(And I wasn't doing any operations on shares).


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January 30, 2014, 10:14:32 AM
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I transfered (to havelock) some of my direct shares 1 or 2 days before the dividends.
The transfer was successful, and on AM1 I have the correct amount of transfered shares, and have received the dividends.
However the rest of my direct shares did not receive anything.

Is this normal behaviour?
I.e. is it expected a delay in dividends if you had a partial transfer ongoing?
I'm worried they miscalculated something and my shares could have vanished...


I didn't receive yesterday's dividend either from direct shares.
I will wait a bit more before reporting it as missing.
(And I wasn't doing any operations on shares).


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January 30, 2014, 10:36:28 AM
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Oh dear. It's there, yet not in the wallet.
My precious unconfirmed dividend Smiley


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January 30, 2014, 11:22:04 AM
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Oh dear. It's there, yet not in the wallet.
My precious unconfirmed dividend Smiley


mine isn't :/

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January 30, 2014, 01:10:25 PM
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Oh dear. It's there, yet not in the wallet.
My precious unconfirmed dividend Smiley



anyone a clue why it takes so long to confirm? has this happened any time before?
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January 30, 2014, 01:34:58 PM
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So with tapeout in March, what's the earliest we could see finished chips?
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January 30, 2014, 01:41:39 PM
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So with tapeout in March, what's the earliest we could see finished chips?
Tapeout in a few days

Finished chips in march.
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January 30, 2014, 01:50:37 PM
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So with tapeout in March, what's the earliest we could see finished chips?

Update
mass delivery date is still March.

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January 30, 2014, 01:52:20 PM
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So with tapeout in March, what's the earliest we could see finished chips?
Tapeout in a few days

Finished chips in march.

Just a quick explanation:

Taped out
Refers to the completion of the design of a chip. The next stage is to put it into production. The term comes from the early days when designs were transferred to the fabricator via magnetic tape.

So all the specifications you get from FC about the chip rightnow comes from simulations. There's actually still no physical chip produced so there's still a lot of things that can go wrong or be delayed. It's not until the real chip can be benchmarked that we will know for real. I would advice to be a bit cautious before buying into stocks at the current high prices.
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January 30, 2014, 02:03:08 PM
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Oh dear. It's there, yet not in the wallet.
My precious unconfirmed dividend Smiley



anyone a clue why it takes so long to confirm? has this happened any time before?

Simple. The transaction included 0.0001 in fees but the transaction size is 1481 bytes, which means not enough fees for the transaction size so it is waiting to be confirmed by a miner that accepts less than the normal minimum fees. Check it out on blockchain.info, click the transaction ID and look around, you'll see it is in a queue.
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January 30, 2014, 02:09:03 PM
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The naysayers are back. I kind of missed you! Smiley
Sure, retain a certain amount of caution. Always! But I think after these news you should apply a bit more of Occam's Razor!

I should have gotten into Bitcoin back in 1992...
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January 30, 2014, 03:20:26 PM
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Now, let's piece together the information that we have and do a little light-weight analysis:

The first production run is expected to be from 2-20 PH, cost is $0.20/GH and price is $0.49-$0.99/GH. So the profit from this batch should be in the range of $580,000 and $15,800,000. At $900/XBT, that makes between XBT 644 and XBT 17,555. Counting 400k shares, the batch should then produce a profit of XBT 0.00161 and XBT 0.0438875 per share -- before subtracting R&D and operational costs.

Does that calculation look more or less sensible to you guys?
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January 30, 2014, 03:26:55 PM
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Now, let's piece together the information that we have and do a little light-weight analysis:

The first production run is expected to be from 2-20 PH, cost is $0.20/GH and price is $0.49-$0.99/GH. So the profit from this batch should be in the range of $580,000 and $15,800,000. At $900/XBT, that makes between XBT 644 and XBT 17,555. Counting 400k shares, the batch should then produce a profit of XBT 0.00161 and XBT 0.0438875 per share -- before subtracting R&D and operational costs.

Does that calculation look more or less sensible to you guys?

R&D is already paid for.

And provisions were made for production and operational costs. Remember the financial statement?
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January 30, 2014, 03:28:43 PM
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I have to laugh at how easily people talk about producing, selling or deploying up to 20 PH. That's more than ENTIRE current global hash-rate.
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January 30, 2014, 03:29:11 PM
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Now, let's piece together the information that we have and do a little light-weight analysis:

The first production run is expected to be from 2-20 PH, cost is $0.20/GH and price is $0.49-$0.99/GH. So the profit from this batch should be in the range of $580,000 and $15,800,000. At $900/XBT, that makes between XBT 644 and XBT 17,555. Counting 400k shares, the batch should then produce a profit of XBT 0.00161 and XBT 0.0438875 per share -- before subtracting R&D and operational costs.

Does that calculation look more or less sensible to you guys?

R&D is already paid for.

And provisions were made for production and operational costs. Remember the financial statement?

I was thinking more along the lines of R&D for future gen tech and other initiatives.
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