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July 29, 2014, 11:26:19 AM
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There are some possible candidates from those addresses though if its solo

Did you do an analysis of which addresses started generating new coins mid July? Care to share those addresses? Smiley
We need a list of all addresses that started mining in July so far!

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July 29, 2014, 11:27:00 AM
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฿0.3  Cool
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July 29, 2014, 11:30:06 AM
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easy predictable money, the best kind  Smiley

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July 29, 2014, 11:33:42 AM
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There are some possible candidates from those addresses though if its solo

Did you do an analysis of which addresses started generating new coins mid July? Care to share those addresses? Smiley
We need a list of all addresses that started mining in July so far!

Nothing I'm confident on yet but I did scan a few from Table 3 there were a bunch that started finding blocks this week
The question is if they switch to a different address after X blocks so more time is needed to check for recurring addresses.
Table 3: Blocks solved by unknown but re-used generation addresses Jul 20 2014 to Jul 26 2014

Table looks ugly best look at source ^_^
http://organofcorti.blogspot.ca/

Unknown recurring generation address   Blocks solved this week   Percentage of network   Percentage of unknown   Estimate of hashrate   Blocks solved ever
1AcAj9p6zJn4xLXdvmdiuPCtY7YkBPTAJo   64   6.17 %   40.51 %   7979 Thps   363
14yfxkcpHnju97pecpM7fjuTkVdtbkcfE6   31   2.99 %   19.62 %   3846 Thps   47
1PvPhMXwmPmDUJraw3c6FmMosAXc9Pfuvx   9   0.87 %   5.70 %   1108 Thps   9
19vvtxUpbidB8MT5CsSYYTBEjMRnowSZj4   8   0.77 %   5.06 %   1005 Thps   66
1gpMpYCNnGs4a9dboem3416ezwR6Yq75j   7   0.67 %   4.43 %   862 Thps   7
197SQzfT4NbXG6sBTMfjT7bpZqsow7EM4d   6   0.58 %   3.80 %   769 Thps   6
17JJ3oZyF4ShQMGukDjpMWhmooCjEvoVVB   5   0.48 %   3.16 %   626 Thps   7
1BAy4JwiCNTmk13fJBL6ZKu2rxixcKfr2Z   5   0.48 %   3.16 %   616 Thps   5
1BHGZwDhvGPiEt2vwPDAUZJ5b4YVa6W9EJ   5   0.48 %   3.16 %   616 Thps   5
1BwZeHJo7b7M2op7VDfYnsmcpXsUYEcVHm   4   0.39 %   2.53 %   492 Thps   39
1Fz7soLMhD64cERp4cEBxqxuEi55mMPMhP   4   0.39 %   2.53 %   532 Thps   4
1FwQYPb8sG6VskqwnFwRp3QJwAiMz26Sii   3   0.29 %   1.90 %   369 Thps   3
1MY6dGvYNH7AKf2K7oFzeDiTa1DzETcHSp   3   0.29 %   1.90 %   369 Thps   3
1FUKuGywGwfFPbi3ySnJzH75rku9sSCMFW   1   0.10 %   0.63 %   123 Thps   6
1qtKetXKgqa7j1KrB19HbvfRiNUncmakk   1   0.10 %   0.63 %   123 Thps   2
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July 29, 2014, 12:09:47 PM
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Seems to me the spoondoolies conjecture was way off base. FC always had the self mine option and would not sell chips at or below cost. Many AM shares changed hands. Someone/s made a lot of money preying on the fear of others.

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July 29, 2014, 12:21:53 PM
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Seems to me the spoondoolies conjecture was way off base. FC always had the self mine option and would not sell chips at or below cost. Many AM shares changed hands. Someone/s made a lot of money preying on the fear of others.
Yeah, I must appreciate the guys who sell shares at ~0.14BTC.
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July 29, 2014, 12:41:22 PM
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Update

1. Due to the relatively lower interest from individual miners as well as OEM producers, the self mining has re-started from middle of July. We had gain access of cheap electricity and high power capacity. We hope to regain the average hashrate percentage similar to 2013 with this generation of chips. <<<< Giddy UP!!!!!!!

2. The price rockminer gets is not the sales price. It's the premium of franchising. We gain the part of profits after the devices begin to generate revenue like the franchising of devices. The sales price of chips stay a relatively high margin because our option of building our own devices and sell/deploy is always wide open.

3. We announce the sales of our own devices. We would arrange an offline meeting in Shenzhen first to share more information. We will post the English version of it on the meetup sub-board.


Fire those farms up. It is time for ASIC MINER to reclaim it's rightful place as King of Bitcoin Mining.

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July 29, 2014, 12:43:23 PM
Last edit: July 29, 2014, 02:25:22 PM by hdbuck
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Update

1. Due to the relatively lower interest from individual miners as well as OEM producers, the self mining has re-started from middle of July. We had gain access of cheap electricity and high power capacity. We hope to regain the average hashrate percentage similar to 2013 with this generation of chips. <<<< Giddy UP!!!!!!!

2. The price rockminer gets is not the sales price. It's the premium of franchising. We gain the part of profits after the devices begin to generate revenue like the franchising of devices. The sales price of chips stay a relatively high margin because our option of building our own devices and sell/deploy is always wide open.

3. We announce the sales of our own devices. We would arrange an offline meeting in Shenzhen first to share more information. We will post the English version of it on the meetup sub-board.


Fire those farms up. It is time for ASIC MINER to reclaim it's rightful place as King of Bitcoin Mining.

Cheesy such a gdayy Cheesy cant wait for the divs to shoot the price up even moar Cheesy Cheesy
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July 29, 2014, 01:27:20 PM
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I haven't seen any pictures of old ladies holding up pictures of blades and Friedcat 4 president signs since the announcement of the cat!

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July 29, 2014, 01:55:47 PM
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So now that the difficulty was going flat AM comes to screw things for all miners. Great!

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July 29, 2014, 01:58:01 PM
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July 29, 2014, 01:58:44 PM
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So now that the difficulty was going flat AM comes to screw things for all miners. Great!


why should AM let everyone else have all the cake?
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July 29, 2014, 02:02:29 PM
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Fried "Kong"

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July 29, 2014, 02:03:38 PM
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So now that the difficulty was going flat AM comes to screw things for all miners. Great!

Don't stress, you could always sell your current hardware and buy asicminer shares Cheesy

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July 29, 2014, 02:07:19 PM
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The Bitcoin network hashrate has seemingly plateaued at just the right time for AM and it's loyal shareholders. Expect a massive spike as FC unleashes pure hell on the competition for the rest of 2014. If you bailed on ASICMINER over the summer, you made a major mistake selling so low in both fiat and BTC terms. Cannot wait for the August 2nd conference and the goodies that will be announced.


With self-mining already started in mid-July (as per FC), the income could start at any time. If you do not own a piece of ASIC MINER by the time the conference is over and the news released, might as well sit tight and wait for 2015 since I see no other investments that offer this type of return and excitement. Simply being honest as a company puts you into the top 10% of investments in this industry. Still hard to fathom how people sold 100's of share at 0.15-0.2BTC weeks before the tsunami.


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Per
https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty
Hashrate in middle of July was roughly 100,000,000 GH/s, today it is closer to 140,000,000.  Obviously that is not all Friedcat, but we can reasonably assume he has maybe half or so of that increase.


Below is quick math, someone please check.

Friedcat had roughly 30,000 TH/s deployed with each blade doing ~10 GH/s in the middle of 2013.

That is roughly 3,000,000 blades with 32 chips per blade or 96,000,000 chips (not sure if thats right, seems high).

Someone check that math (its gotta be wrong) before we look at the hashrate of deploying that many chips with current gen chips.



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July 29, 2014, 03:27:27 PM
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Can anyone summarize what actually happened with Spondoolies' new chips and miners? I heard there may have been some problems recently? They seemed to know their stuff pretty well, what happened? (Please, not in an all-to-bashy-pro-AM-like-Jimmothy-way Smiley)

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July 29, 2014, 03:33:47 PM
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Fried "Kong"

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Can anyone summarize what actually happened with Spondoolies' new chips and miners? I heard there may have been some problems recently? They seemed to know their stuff pretty well, what happened? (Please, not in an all-to-bashy-pro-AM-like-Jimmothy-way Smiley)

Suicide child bomber took out their manufacturing plant? (pure speculation)

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I haven't seen any pictures of old ladies holding up pictures of blades and Friedcat 4 president signs since the announcement of the cat!


look 4 posts before FC's...  Grin
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July 29, 2014, 03:40:31 PM
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I haven't seen any pictures of old ladies holding up pictures of blades and Friedcat 4 president signs since the announcement of the cat!


look 4 posts before FC's...  Grin

Yeah, before FC's post!!! But not since then! Do you believe, maybe, those pictures summoned him somehow? Can we plot a graph of those pictures and the time he actually posts?

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