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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3914361 times)
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June 16, 2014, 12:16:23 AM
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In one month we will have 0.5W/GH miners while you are waiting to sell last year power efficiency chips.

You know that 0.5w/gh at the wall is last years performance right?

Bitfury 55nm chips could go as low as 0.38w/gh or about 0.5w/gh at the wall.
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June 16, 2014, 12:23:53 AM
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Is 60P worth of wafers not healthy?

Of course it's not healthy if they won't sell.

Why on earth wouldn't the most efficient ASIC available today not sell?

You are either uninformed or just trolling here. How can a chip that does 1.1W/Gh be the most efficient ASIC available?  In one month we will have 0.5W/GH miners while you are waiting to sell last year power efficiency chips. I have 1.1W/Gh since October from my Jupiters. Buying the same performance in June/July this year would be the equivalent of shooting myself in the foot.

The great thing is that they don't have to be the most efficient to sell. Notice the RBOX's are selling.. What??? They aren't the most efficient and really won't even ROI. But.. How is it that people are buying them? Maybe your assumption that only the best can survive, or even thrive in this business is wrong.
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June 16, 2014, 12:30:27 AM
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Is 60P worth of wafers not healthy?

Of course it's not healthy if they won't sell.

Why on earth wouldn't the most efficient ASIC available today not sell?

You are either uninformed or just trolling here. How can a chip that does 1.1W/Gh be the most efficient ASIC available?  In one month we will have 0.5W/GH miners while you are waiting to sell last year power efficiency chips. I have 1.1W/Gh since October from my Jupiters. Buying the same performance in June/July this year would be the equivalent of shooting myself in the foot.

Unlike you, I'm neither. The chip is not 1.1 J/Gh, some miners using the chip are. ASIC != miner. AM does not sell miners, it sell chips.

AM BE200 ASIC - 0.554 J/GH @ 11.52 GH/s
Spondoolies Hammer ASIC - 0.58 J/Gh @ 7.5 Gh/s
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June 16, 2014, 01:09:09 AM
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In one month we will have 0.5W/GH miners while you are waiting to sell last year power efficiency chips.

You know that 0.5w/gh at the wall is last years performance right?

Bitfury 55nm chips could go as low as 0.38w/gh or about 0.5w/gh at the wall.

I know, but bitfury lacked the density.

The great thing is that they don't have to be the most efficient to sell. Notice the RBOX's are selling.. What??? They aren't the most efficient and really won't even ROI. But.. How is it that people are buying them? Maybe your assumption that only the best can survive, or even thrive in this business is wrong.

The 32Gh/s units are selling? Ok, let me know when you sold all your 60PH worth of chips, not a couple of units.

Unlike you, I'm neither. The chip is not 1.1 J/Gh, some miners using the chip are. ASIC != miner. AM does not sell miners, it sell chips.

AM BE200 ASIC - 0.554 J/GH @ 11.52 GH/s
Spondoolies Hammer ASIC - 0.58 J/Gh @ 7.5 Gh/s

Ok, but what's the use of that chip if the whole system needs ~1.1W/Gh. The SP10 is 0.85W/Gh for the whole system. Show me one AM BE200 miner with less than 1W/Gh.

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June 16, 2014, 01:33:23 AM
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anyone get their direct shares transferred to havelock? Been waiting a long time
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June 16, 2014, 01:52:25 AM
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anyone get their direct shares transferred to havelock? Been waiting a long time


I waited 12 days, finally my shares transftered to havelock
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June 16, 2014, 04:32:32 AM
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anyone get their direct shares transferred to havelock? Been waiting a long time


I waited 12 days, finally my shares transftered to havelock

what's the best way to transfer them these days?
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June 16, 2014, 06:02:07 AM
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Well whoever that was I want to deeply thank you for filling my buy orders! God bless Smiley
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June 16, 2014, 06:22:45 AM
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RoadStress, go to another forum to shill.
You are in the wrong place to put down AsicMiner.
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June 16, 2014, 06:56:05 AM
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Some info for your reference.

Just transferred some shares out from HL: I submitted my request on 5th this month. HL sent an Email to friedcat regarding the transfer on 11th. Friedcat confirmed on this morning. The entire process took about 10 days.
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June 16, 2014, 09:03:13 AM
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This DataTank mining project is potentially very positive news for AM.
Looking forward to getting more information.
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June 16, 2014, 09:22:22 AM
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This DataTank mining project is potentially very positive news for AM.
Looking forward to getting more information.

yup, info about this "cooperation" status and how exactly it will benefit AM and its shareholders would be appreciated.
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June 16, 2014, 09:30:45 AM
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This DataTank mining project is potentially very positive news for AM.
Looking forward to getting more information.

yup, info about this "cooperation" status and how exactly it will benefit AM and its shareholders would be appreciated.

DataTank is just another umbrella company divided from original ASICminer ... ehm in other words "client" ... so benefits will be chip sales

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June 16, 2014, 09:32:26 AM
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This DataTank mining project is potentially very positive news for AM.
Looking forward to getting more information.

yup, info about this "cooperation" status and how exactly it will benefit AM and its shareholders would be appreciated.

DataTank is just another umbrella company divided from original ASICminer ... ehm in other words "client" ... so benefits will be chip sales

ergo: 'sales' paid for by the upcoming crowd-funding? as was the simple question I had posed in the first instant, prior to the barrage of abuse

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June 16, 2014, 09:33:24 AM
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This DataTank mining project is potentially very positive news for AM.
Looking forward to getting more information.

yup, info about this "cooperation" status and how exactly it will benefit AM and its shareholders would be appreciated.

DataTank is just another umbrella company divided from original ASICminer ... ehm in other words "client" ... so benefits will be chip sales

maybe - maybe not.
they could also share revenues as part of a franchisee scheme too.
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June 16, 2014, 09:41:50 AM
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This DataTank mining project is potentially very positive news for AM.
Looking forward to getting more information.

yup, info about this "cooperation" status and how exactly it will benefit AM and its shareholders would be appreciated.

DataTank is just another umbrella company divided from original ASICminer ... ehm in other words "client" ... so benefits will be chip sales

ergo: 'sales' paid for by the upcoming crowd-funding? as was the simple question I had posed in the first instant, prior to the barrage of abuse

yeah, same story like ROCKminer : "shareholders" will be paying for chips


maybe - maybe not.
they could also share revenues as part of a franchisee scheme too.

I very doubt about this. We'll be glad to see that ASICminer is selling chips with positive margin to all of these umbrella companies.

btw interesting news from ROCKminer >

Our shipment will be sent from rockminer on the 25th. Took ~40 hours last time, so 2 business days after that. Our first batch is almost sold out.

How big is that batch?

only several hundreds,second batch would be thousands

they sold 1st batch and shareholders didn't receive the dividends, because all profits were used for purchasing next much more bigger batch, same logical strategy like ASICminer

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June 16, 2014, 11:01:49 AM
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Well whoever that was I want to deeply thank you for filling my buy orders! God bless Smiley

Feel free to put up some more! Cheesy
I think it may be potentially stupid to sell now for about 0.2. If this was an attempt to short AM by the person selling their shares to you, it may well have backfired or remain unsuccessful. But we'll see.

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June 16, 2014, 11:29:24 AM
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Well whoever that was I want to deeply thank you for filling my buy orders! God bless Smiley

Feel free to put up some more! Cheesy
I think it may be potentially stupid to sell now for about 0.2. If this was an attempt to short AM by the person selling their shares to you, it may well have backfired or remain unsuccessful. But we'll see.

If I had more I'd be placing some more buy walls but fortunately for me they've all been chewed up already. So I'm currently buying more BTC via Paypal and western union for all interested, just PM me lol.
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June 16, 2014, 11:42:15 AM
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Dammit, the storage container miner is not directly under AM ownership, I was really still holding on to hope.  At least the chip provider will be AM.  I suppose it is good to have the operation as split up as possible, decentralized operations with each player working on his specific goal.

Things are looking good, how long before some large bank buys a container farm as a way to buy into bitcoin AND secure their investment Smiley

Now I have to decide If i want to invest in the offshoot... Hrum...

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June 16, 2014, 11:52:02 AM
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What did just happen on Havelock? That doesn't make any sense! Why has the 0.25 bid been nibbled, but there's no trade? Yes, i refreshed.
(apart form the fact that there's been quite a dump tonight and we're now flashed back to 0.25. And I thought I knew BTC world...)

I should have gotten into Bitcoin back in 1992...
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