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March 06, 2015, 01:41:19 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777 has some pictures of the empty office - empty except for some chairs, gift boxes (probably empty)

This is just a picture of an empty office, I don't see anything that connects this particular empty office to any particular entity. You might as well claim this office belongs to Avalon, Bitfury, or Huwaei. It's like people selling miners without their username/date--it's not very strong proof of anything.

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Yes, it's asicminer office (room 1317). I can gurantee, I've been there. Before the holiday, there were many young guys working there.
And you know what? The ShenZhen office of TSMC is downstairs (room 1201) !!!

Are you sure?  Huh Looking at the Chinese in the photo (yes, I read Chinese). Office 1317 does *not* seems to be ASICMiner. It says something like "Shenzhen XXXX XXXX Investment Consultancy Company Ltd"  (XXX XXX is too blurry to see) and "Hong Kong XXX XXX International Group".
If you insists they are ASICMiner, it may be ASICMiner is hiding under these company names, or something else.

You maybe right, it may be ASICMiner is hiding under these company names or they just didn't replace the old company name.
I also checked out the mail box of 1317 and the name is 深圳比特泉信息科技有限公司 that is Bitquan or Asicminer.
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March 06, 2015, 01:50:51 PM
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You maybe right, it may be ASICMiner is hiding under these company names or they just didn't replace the old company name.
I also checked out the mail box of 1317 and the name is 深圳比特泉信息科技有限公司 that is Bitquan or Asicminer.

深圳比特泉信息科技有限公司

Found that:
比特 (bǐtè) =bit (binary digit) (loanword)
泉 (quán) = spring (small stream) / mouth of a spring / coin (archaic)
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March 06, 2015, 01:59:20 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777 has some pictures of the empty office - empty except for some chairs, gift boxes (probably empty)

This is just a picture of an empty office, I don't see anything that connects this particular empty office to any particular entity. You might as well claim this office belongs to Avalon, Bitfury, or Huwaei. It's like people selling miners without their username/date--it's not very strong proof of anything.

Any thoughts?
Yes, it's asicminer office (room 1317). I can gurantee, I've been there. Before the holiday, there were many young guys working there.
And you know what? The ShenZhen office of TSMC is downstairs (room 1201) !!!

Are you sure?  Huh Looking at the Chinese in the photo (yes, I read Chinese). Office 1317 does *not* seems to be ASICMiner. It says something like "Shenzhen XXXX XXXX Investment Consultancy Company Ltd"  (XXX XXX is too blurry to see) and "Hong Kong XXX XXX International Group".
If you insists they are ASICMiner, it may be ASICMiner is hiding under these company names, or something else.

You maybe right, it may be ASICMiner is hiding under these company names or they just didn't replace the old company name.
I also checked out the mail box of 1317 and the name is 深圳比特泉信息科技有限公司 that is Bitquan or Asicminer.

深圳比特泉信息科技有限公司 is really ASICMiner according to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=873923.0
But this name is not shown in the directory in the above photo.

According to "https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=873923.0", Asicminer is located in Nanshan district of Shenzhen.


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March 06, 2015, 02:03:15 PM
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Looking at the Chinese in the photo (yes, I read Chinese).
I believe the two relevant lines read (based on the full res image - check the weibo):
深圳原丰投资咨询有限公同
香港兴业国际集团
My Chinese is deplorable when it comes to proper/business names. But as mentioned elsewhere: neither definitively translates to 'asicminer' in any way.  Google tries to translate the business bit as 'HSBC', which I'm doubting is right Smiley
Actually, I think I like ASICMiner being an HSBC covert organization about as much as anything. Smiley
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March 06, 2015, 02:08:40 PM
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Based on your clarified Chinese characters, I tried to translate to English as close to original meaning as possible:

"深圳原丰投资咨询有限公同" 
"Shenzhen Yuan Fung Investment Consultancy Company Ltd"
(原丰 is just a kind of name)


"香港兴业国际集团"
"Hong Kong Heung Yip International Group"
(兴业 is just a kind of name)
I google this company and found "香港興業國際集團有限公司" (www.hkri.com)
It is a land developer (much larger than ASICMiner, definitely not ASICMiner)


Speaking as a bag-holder of course (Although I did make 10x on my initial investments in BTC): so this is just the usual FUD. Occam would suggest that either BE300 completely failed so that friedcat finally decided to just run with the rest of the money, or that he decided that nonetheless.
Not much I can do, as I can't sell shares that are in friedcat's "control" anyway.
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March 06, 2015, 02:10:26 PM
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Actually, I think I like ASICMiner being an HSBC covert organization about as much as anything. Smiley
movie plot...thickening...

But yeah, I'd guess either they didn't bother to change the business directory, didn't want it changed, or shared the office space even if only in a virtual capacity (e.g. for delivery of goods).  Maybe BLN can put up a picture of the mailbox label to appease the conspiracy people Smiley

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March 06, 2015, 02:14:01 PM
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Based on your clarified Chinese characters, I tried to translate to English as close to original meaning as possible:

"深圳原丰投资咨询有限公同" 
"Shenzhen Yuan Fung Investment Consultancy Company Ltd"
(原丰 is just a kind of name)


"香港兴业国际集团"
"Hong Kong Heung Yip International Group"
(兴业 is just a kind of name)
I google this company and found "香港興業國際集團有限公司" (www.hkri.com)
It is a land developer (much larger than ASICMiner, definitely not ASICMiner)


Speaking as a bag-holder of course (Although I did make 10x on my initial investments in BTC): so this is just the usual FUD. Occam would suggest that either BE300 completely failed so that friedcat finally decided to just run with the rest of the money, or that he decided that nonetheless.
Not much I can do, as I can't sell shares that are in friedcat's "control" anyway.
I suggest that in the BE300S thread, but I'm not sure many people read that. The BE300S results seemed good, but as far as I know there was never any independent verification of that here. If there was a problem going from BE300S to BE300 or if there was fundamental issues with BE300S that they couldn't solve in an economic way, it might have been at the point that he decided to cut and run.

You could always go look at the financials posted for YE2014 to see what the cash situation was like. Tongue
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March 06, 2015, 02:19:11 PM
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I love the speculation and conspiracy! This is what happens when people get ignored for months and you have their money! It almost feels like AM is trying to be the worst run company in Bitcoin...

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March 06, 2015, 02:46:44 PM
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Some more real data, thanks to those supporting, as they do it for free, i share it for free:


This is Rock Xie, also know 'Xie Jian' (谢坚) born 9/29/1983 from Hunan Zhuzhou Liling.
according to sources below, he is back at Liling.
one of his family member name seems to be 'Shi Xie'
last known work place is 'Liling Huayi Electronics Technology Co., Ltd.'
last known contact number: +86-0733-3259123, +96-0733-3256123, +15115304800



The email rockxie@gmail.com is related to these domains :

1.  7hash.com
2.  amhash.com
3.  asicminershop.com
4.  bitebika.com
5.  bitell.com
6.  btotc.com
7.  chuagnshi.com
8.  cryptominingchina.com
9.  foks.cn
10.  fowor.com
11.  miepay.com
12.  monaobian.com
13.  rock-miner.com
14.  rockhash.com
15.  rockkin.com
16.  shoujihuanping.com
17.  weimud.com
18.  xuanpai.com
19.  youkuhezi.com


HAVELOCK ROBBED ME MORE THAN 170BTC - BEWARE OF THIS THIEVES!
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March 06, 2015, 03:54:25 PM
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Pictures of the EMPTY office of AMHASH in China here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777.0

"Gentlemen, we have been had..."

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March 06, 2015, 03:56:41 PM
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You could always go look at the financials posted for YE2014 to see what the cash situation was like. Tongue

Where is the link for it?
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March 06, 2015, 04:02:03 PM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...

If you're going to post this you might as well explain and give the public some details...
^ This.  It would take you a couple of minutes at most to type out what you know and what your understanding is of the current situation.  The breadcrumbs you keep dropping are helping no one. Tongue

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777.msg10679609#msg10679609
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March 06, 2015, 04:18:17 PM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...

Just asking:

How do you know that David fired people instead of just moving?
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March 06, 2015, 05:14:22 PM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...

Just asking:

How do you know that David fired people instead of just moving?
I heard from a RM staff that AM is just moving cause they can't
afford the rent. I guess it's because the coins are in FC's wallet
or FC is holding the private key. It make sense.
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March 06, 2015, 05:19:19 PM
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Maybe we should forget asicminer and move on. Time tells us this was a bad investment , as well as rockminer .
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March 06, 2015, 05:25:03 PM
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Maybe we should forget asicminer and move on. Time tells us this was a bad investment , as well as rockminer .

You mean...
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March 06, 2015, 06:22:43 PM
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Maybe we should forget asicminer and move on. Time tells us this was a bad investment , as well as rockminer .

You mean...

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 Good god man are you even able to distinguish your body from the chair and the keyboard anymore?
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March 06, 2015, 06:45:42 PM
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^How's that Basic mining investment of yours paying off, on target?  All good?

Really surprised at all this anger that's been misdirected my way lately.
I didn't run with your coin--merely pointed out that cluelessness, unchecked greed & stupidity are no longer enough to make you rich.  And that surprise buttsecs is a much more likely outcome.
Not my fault I was yet again proven right, and you... well, you know...
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March 06, 2015, 07:25:29 PM
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^How's that Basic mining investment of yours paying off, on target?  All good?

Really surprised at all this anger that's been misdirected my way lately.
I didn't run with your coin--merely pointed out that cluelessness, unchecked greed & stupidity are no longer enough to make you rich.  And that surprise buttsecs is a much more likely outcome.
Not my fault I was yet again proven right, and you... well, you know...

actually it is all your fault... it dawned on me the other day that you are probably the mastermind behind the entire bitcoin securities section. You have single handedly scammed hundreds, more likely thousands of naive bitcoiners out of their coins. Danny Brewster was just your employee, and Mark Karpeles is your half brother.

All the while, you sit here gleefully pouring scorn on the special "investors" in some twisted form of extreme sadism. Good work.

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March 06, 2015, 07:31:34 PM
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Maybe we should forget asicminer and move on. Time tells us this was a bad investment , as well as rockminer .

You mean...

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 Good god man are you even able to distinguish your body from the chair and the keyboard anymore?




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