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April 23, 2015, 04:41:03 PM
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I'm just surprised all the AM1 bag holders are so silent. AM hash is a big fail, but AM1s mess is the whole reason behind it. Have the bagholders all simply rolled over and accepted defeat? As far as I can tell FC owes AM1 bagholders everything in his wallet. Or does everyone think they can climb out of their hole? (They can't)

What is there to be said?  Choosing to not publicly lament over that which we cannot change does not seem like a character flaw to me.

There really isn't anything more to say.  FC is gone.  The BE300 chip isn't going to be made.  AM has stopped replying to emails.  AMHash1 is gone.  The prisma refunds are non-existent. 

AM is done.
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April 23, 2015, 05:27:15 PM
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I'm just surprised all the AM1 bag holders are so silent. AM hash is a big fail, but AM1s mess is the whole reason behind it. Have the bagholders all simply rolled over and accepted defeat? As far as I can tell FC owes AM1 bagholders everything in his wallet. Or does everyone think they can climb out of their hole? (They can't)

What is there to be said?  Choosing to not publicly lament over that which we cannot change does not seem like a character flaw to me.

There really isn't anything more to say.  FC is gone.  The BE300 chip isn't going to be made.  AM has stopped replying to emails.  AMHash1 is gone.  The prisma refunds are non-existent. 

AM is done.

Yep.  Perhaps a mod can close out this thread and lock it.

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April 23, 2015, 07:58:50 PM
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I'm just surprised all the AM1 bag holders are so silent. AM hash is a big fail, but AM1s mess is the whole reason behind it. Have the bagholders all simply rolled over and accepted defeat? As far as I can tell FC owes AM1 bagholders everything in his wallet. Or does everyone think they can climb out of their hole? (They can't)

What is there to be said?  Choosing to not publicly lament over that which we cannot change does not seem like a character flaw to me.

There really isn't anything more to say.  FC is gone.  The BE300 chip isn't going to be made.  AM has stopped replying to emails.  AMHash1 is gone.  The prisma refunds are non-existent. 

AM is done.

Yep.  Perhaps a mod can close out this thread and lock it.

I vote to leave it open -- Havelock will need someplace to  announce it's de-listing, and this will keep all the crying in one clean place.... At minmum it will keep Airwolf from a reason to open a dozen new threads Smiley
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April 23, 2015, 08:17:59 PM
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I'm just surprised all the AM1 bag holders are so silent. AM hash is a big fail, but AM1s mess is the whole reason behind it. Have the bagholders all simply rolled over and accepted defeat? As far as I can tell FC owes AM1 bagholders everything in his wallet. Or does everyone think they can climb out of their hole? (They can't)

What is there to be said?  Choosing to not publicly lament over that which we cannot change does not seem like a character flaw to me.

There really isn't anything more to say.  FC is gone.  The BE300 chip isn't going to be made.  AM has stopped replying to emails.  AMHash1 is gone.  The prisma refunds are non-existent. 

AM is done.

I mean even the Activemining thread is still open, I don't really see any reason to close the thread. Sure, the chances of AM still succeeding in continuing operations are next to zero, but not completely zero. This is how speculating with securities goes...

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April 23, 2015, 09:23:12 PM
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Guess I should change my sig then...
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April 23, 2015, 11:03:50 PM
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well I'm guessing that the AMhash buyout deal has nothing to do with FC or AM directly. Most likely Rockminer trying to squeeze out and/or havelock covering their ass.

I expect this to go the way of every other fail bitcoin security. They vanish and every bagholder gets nothing. At least activeminer has the sec on their ass and is ordered to pay all sorts of fines and their case is moving up to the federal level. And apparently the labcoin crooks have the italian police investigating their case. If you cant get any money back, at least making the crooks fry is some sort of relief...

and i would like to see this thread remain open. Good place to vent, watch trolls argue with each other, and serve as a general example of just how worthless all btc securities turn out to be, no matter how great they may look at first.
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April 24, 2015, 04:29:33 PM
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Lost about $55,000 USD in this fiasco. I'm still stunned FC robbed all the shareholders when he had a decent chip ready to self-mine back to profitability and he takes a runner? WTF?
What about this other David Fan guy that "took-over" asicminer, not a peep from him in this forum? Ugh.
Why do AMHASH people get crumbs and asicminer shareholders get total silence + zero btc when asicminer has/had? fat wallets filled with BTC?
I trusted FC, that's what hurts the most.


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April 24, 2015, 05:18:31 PM
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Lost about $55,000 USD in this fiasco. I'm still stunned FC robbed all the shareholders when he had a decent chip ready to self-mine back to profitability and he takes a runner? WTF?
What about this other David Fan guy that "took-over" asicminer, not a peep from him in this forum? Ugh.
Why do AMHASH people get crumbs and asicminer shareholders get total silence + zero btc when asicminer has/had? fat wallets filled with BTC?
I trusted FC, that's what hurts the most.




Yep.  100% agree there.  I can assure you that you aren't the only one that lost money on this.  Hell, Bitfountain owned a large amount of the 400,000 shares outstanding.
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April 24, 2015, 06:17:44 PM
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There really isn't anything more to say.  FC is gone.  The BE300 chip isn't going to be made.  AM has stopped replying to emails.  AMHash1 is gone.  The prisma refunds are non-existent. 

AM is done.

Correction: AM is dead!  Angry

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April 24, 2015, 06:22:30 PM
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Close the damn thread already. We had enough. And write these bastards robbed everyone and are now out of business. What a shame for a shameless company...

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April 24, 2015, 07:11:36 PM
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There really isn't anything more to say.  FC is gone.  The BE300 chip isn't going to be made.  AM has stopped replying to emails.  AMHash1 is gone.  The prisma refunds are non-existent. 

AM is done.

Correction: AM is dead!  Angry

Yeah well, dead, done, over, gone, non-existent, etc all have the same meanings.

I suppose I should have bought that 'Mini Farm' from SP last December...
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April 24, 2015, 07:43:04 PM
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Close the damn thread already. We had enough. And write these bastards robbed everyone and are now out of business. What a shame for a shameless company...

Nobody's forcing you to come to this thread and shit on AM daily. Why don't you just take a break?
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April 25, 2015, 12:54:22 AM
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Did anybody notice the AM address got 10 bitcoins 5 days ago? (April 18th, 2015)

https://blockchain.info/address/1HtUGfbDcMzTeHWx2Dbgnhc6kYnj1Hp24i

Kind of looks like they're still mining.
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April 25, 2015, 10:47:18 AM
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Did anybody notice the AM address got 10 bitcoins 5 days ago? (April 18th, 2015)

https://blockchain.info/address/1HtUGfbDcMzTeHWx2Dbgnhc6kYnj1Hp24i

Kind of looks like they're still mining.

or they just paid out remainings from btc guild.....
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April 25, 2015, 11:11:59 AM
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10BTC was their auto-withdraw threshold.

1 - They probably have a few miners that are still going, that finally pushed their balance over 10.
2 - The "thief" forgot to change a few of the controller settings
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April 25, 2015, 12:43:10 PM
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I suppose I should have bought that 'Mini Farm' from SP last December...
yup. you couldve mined back 20-40% of the cost by now, and been able to resell the units for >100% of what you paid

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April 25, 2015, 02:56:06 PM
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Close the damn thread already. We had enough. And write these bastards robbed everyone and are now out of business. What a shame for a shameless company...

Nobody's forcing you to come to this thread and shit on AM daily. Why don't you just take a break?

Why don't you take a break defending scams Wink You remind me of EvilPanda in GAW thread.
I'm just suggesting to close the thread of a defunct company that is out of business. The fact that they may escape jail doesn't make them better than GAW. It's just because they are in China and they chose the way of not communicating. There is no such thing as AM no more and there should not be a thread Tongue

p.s. I only shit on them like 3-4 times a week, nothing close to daily Tongue

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April 25, 2015, 04:04:21 PM
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Why don't you take a break defending scams Wink You remind me of EvilPanda in GAW thread.
I'm just suggesting to close the thread of a defunct company that is out of business. The fact that they may escape jail doesn't make them better than GAW. It's just because they are in China and they chose the way of not communicating. There is no such thing as AM no more and there should not be a thread Tongue

p.s. I only shit on them like 3-4 times a week, nothing close to daily Tongue

Closing this thread will not bring FC back or the missing money. What's the point in doing that? Why not let others discuss freely here if they wish to even if the company is dead? What are you trying to impose your wishes on to the others? Mind your own business maybe and let the others do whatever the fuck they wish.

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April 26, 2015, 09:06:51 AM
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Alright:

Who here is still a board member?
Does the board still meet?

don't let me make you question your assumptions
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April 26, 2015, 11:49:28 AM
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Yeah
The absolute silence from the board is a little weird, in fact their whole role seemed a little hoary. Didn't a few leave the board precisely because they felt left in the dark?
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