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June 17, 2014, 04:30:31 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?

There's still only one way.

Would you mind sharing that?
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June 17, 2014, 04:57:04 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?

There's still only one way.

Would you mind sharing that?

sure.

https://www.havelockinvestments.com/fund.php?symbol=AM1

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Importing Shares
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 & Havelock Investments at
AMFund@havelockinvestments.com with the following message:

”Please transfer (X) of my shares to the Havelock Investments account at 1J5fvfUrDcZj8rrpVHMgn8u7sXee84QkPd --
AMFund@havelockinvestments.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. Please note that ASICMINER currently processed requests once per week, so some imports may take up to 9 days to fully process
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June 17, 2014, 05:10:18 AM
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Another client of ASICminer
    
btcgarden-AM-v1 sold out! New coming will be 21st June!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0

i see that spoondolies shills are also trying hard in that thread ... so obvious  Grin raskul pointing on you

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June 17, 2014, 05:15:57 AM
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btcgarden-AM-v1 sold out! New coming will be 21st June!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0

I remember this company its good to hear they are doing well and are a chip buyer they still have a lot of capital still popular on the Chinese subforum Smiley

For those that don't know Garden was an older company they had their own IPO on btct and returned all their investment proceeds 32064 BTC back in the day ^^ (Cough I'm looking at you Labcoin and Activemining)
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June 17, 2014, 05:34:14 AM
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its just matter of time when Chinese ASICs manufacturers will corner out of the market all other ASICs manufacturers, you cant beat the economy, they are shitless  Grin

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June 17, 2014, 09:34:57 AM
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Another client of ASICminer
    
btcgarden-AM-v1 sold out! New coming will be 21st June!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0

i see that spoondolies shills are also trying hard in that thread ... so obvious  Grin raskul pointing on you

 Huh

my old btcgarden blades are in a box in a cupboard; obsolete.
This new generation will go the same way, long before Spondoolies-Tech SP10's are powered down.

disclaimer: i wouldn't normally retort with the mention of another hardware provider, but as the question was directly posed...
fact: i currently run a host of different supplier hardware and will keep buying the best deals that I can afford.

my personal purchases are none of your concern, but I do buy new rigs when they come on the market, as I like to keep up with the times.
So (and please keep the thread on-topic) How many btcgarden-AM-v1 have you purchased?

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June 17, 2014, 10:42:54 AM
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Another client of ASICminer
    
btcgarden-AM-v1 sold out! New coming will be 21st June!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0

i see that spoondolies shills are also trying hard in that thread ... so obvious  Grin raskul pointing on you

 Huh

my old btcgarden blades are in a box in a cupboard; obsolete.
This new generation will go the same way, long before Spondoolies-Tech SP10's are powered down.

disclaimer: i wouldn't normally retort with the mention of another hardware provider, but as the question was directly posed...
fact: i currently run a host of different supplier hardware and will keep buying the best deals that I can afford.

my personal purchases are none of your concern, but I do buy new rigs when they come on the market, as I like to keep up with the times.
So (and please keep the thread on-topic) How many btcgarden-AM-v1 have you purchased?

Lol, you are shilling another "plz preorder from me!" ASIC company?  Give me a break...

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June 17, 2014, 10:57:48 AM
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Another client of ASICminer
    
btcgarden-AM-v1 sold out! New coming will be 21st June!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0

i see that spoondolies shills are also trying hard in that thread ... so obvious  Grin raskul pointing on you

 Huh

my old btcgarden blades are in a box in a cupboard; obsolete.
This new generation will go the same way, long before Spondoolies-Tech SP10's are powered down.

disclaimer: i wouldn't normally retort with the mention of another hardware provider, but as the question was directly posed...
fact: i currently run a host of different supplier hardware and will keep buying the best deals that I can afford.

my personal purchases are none of your concern, but I do buy new rigs when they come on the market, as I like to keep up with the times.
So (and please keep the thread on-topic) How many btcgarden-AM-v1 have you purchased?

Lol, you are shilling another "plz preorder from me!" ASIC company?  Give me a break...

I wouldn't see it as such, no.

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June 17, 2014, 11:15:43 AM
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raskul: Anyone reading your comments here and on that thread has to get to another conclusion. Why would anyone spend that much sweat on pushing negative comments everywhere about anything but Spoondoolies?
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June 17, 2014, 11:17:25 AM
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Another client of ASICminer
    
btcgarden-AM-v1 sold out! New coming will be 21st June!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0

i see that spoondolies shills are also trying hard in that thread ... so obvious  Grin raskul pointing on you

 Huh

my old btcgarden blades are in a box in a cupboard; obsolete.
This new generation will go the same way, long before Spondoolies-Tech SP10's are powered down.

disclaimer: i wouldn't normally retort with the mention of another hardware provider, but as the question was directly posed...
fact: i currently run a host of different supplier hardware and will keep buying the best deals that I can afford.

my personal purchases are none of your concern, but I do buy new rigs when they come on the market, as I like to keep up with the times.
So (and please keep the thread on-topic) How many btcgarden-AM-v1 have you purchased?

Lol, you are shilling another "plz preorder from me!" ASIC company?  Give me a break...

Gentlemen, can we please stop entertaining the existence of these troglodyte homunculi from spoonderp? Whenever they post here this thread invariably retards into a complete trollfest rodeo shitshow for several pages. I'm starting to fear for my mental health. My ignore button is already glowing red, but all this quoting is making my life miserable. If I have to read any more of their verbal diarrhea I suspect my mirror neurons might degenerate completely and turn me into a mongoloid.
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June 17, 2014, 11:24:58 AM
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raskul: Anyone reading your comments here and on that thread has to get to another conclusion. Why would anyone spend that much sweat on pushing negative comments everywhere about anything but Spoondoolies?


I don't see any negative comments, mine is just simple answers to forum members direct correspondence.
What you seem to be doing is cross-referencing two completely different conversations from two separate threads.

The conversation in hand;here, is regarding btcgarden - I've already iterated that I bought from them - so pray tell, how in high heavens does that entail the promotion of any other company.

paranoia is rife on account of non-paid AM dividends, i get it- but; can't we just have sensible discussion without the conspiracy theories?
I was happy with my btcgarden rigging while it was running, it's no longer profitable as it was 130nm and costs more to run now than it earns.
please leave Spondoolies-Tech out of this conversation, it was not me who raised them as a topic of discussion.

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June 17, 2014, 11:36:51 AM
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Feel free take a moment and review signature blocks to appreciate the contextual aspects of statements.
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June 17, 2014, 11:40:28 AM
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Feel free take a moment and review signature blocks to appreciate the contextual aspects of statements.

I'm sorry, but that's just narrow minded - and similar to saying; "i'm not discussion anything with you because you wear (any particular) brand of shoes"

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June 17, 2014, 12:49:39 PM
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Feel free take a moment and review signature blocks to appreciate the contextual aspects of statements.

I'm sorry, but that's just narrow minded - and similar to saying; "i'm not discussion anything with you because you wear (any particular) brand of shoes"


If your shoes make money for you when people click your links I would say that you have a bias towards that shoe brand since there is a monetary incentive for you.
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June 17, 2014, 05:32:55 PM
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In case anyone missed it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=655464

Datatank mining operation by Allied Control using AM chips.
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June 17, 2014, 07:08:29 PM
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In case anyone missed it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=655464

Datatank mining operation by Allied Control using AM chips.

Ouch..    Very nice, but this makes it painfully obvious that FC really is going to focus on chip sales bigtime, and that if shareholders want any mining revenues, they better be investing /w Allied instead.. FC's own facility will be a tiny drop if the PH pool in comparison, which really does limit large mining based future div's..    After a long dreary winter, I was hoping at least it was a 50/50 partnership, not just chip sales to Allied.

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June 17, 2014, 07:15:01 PM
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In case anyone missed it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=655464

Datatank mining operation by Allied Control using AM chips.

Ouch..    Very nice, but this makes it painfully obvious that FC really is going to focus on chip sales bigtime, and that if shareholders want any mining revenues, they better be investing /w Allied instead.. FC's own facility will be a tiny drop if the PH pool in comparison, with really does limit large mining based future div's..    After a long dreary winter, I was hoping at least it was a 50/50 partnership, not just chip sales to Allied.

Sad

I think this can be very mutually beneficial for both companies.

There will be 2 seperate offerings:

DTMA- solomining

DTMB- hosting/franchising

They have a goal of 5 1.4mw containers and up to 10.

That would be 10-20ph worth of chips.

Also they somehow managed to get electricity costs all the way down to $0.02/kwh which is perfect for franchising. I'm hoping for at least 10-20ph.
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June 17, 2014, 07:23:21 PM
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Yeah...  But this part scares  the crap out of me..

Dividend Payments
Profits will be paid weekly in form of dividends. First payments are expected when the initial hardware is deployed, 3-6 months after successful fund raising.

Waiting for another 3-6 months..  the network speed is already going to spike... I don't expect any div's in 3-6 months to make up even a fraction of  the amount of  BTC I've lost in depreciation in the last 6 months on share value alone...

Please please show me I'm wrong..
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June 17, 2014, 07:24:49 PM
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3-6 months = never, lets be realistic
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June 17, 2014, 07:28:11 PM
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If that company becomes big that means huge money for us and higher share prices. I like what they are doing not investing into it cause other investments going.
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