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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3914552 times)
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June 26, 2013, 08:42:02 AM
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Since the question from Friedcat regarding a website might be answered after the investor FAQ
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June 26, 2013, 08:47:53 AM
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Since the question from Friedcat regarding a website might be answered after the investor FAQ
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Ad used at https://just-dice.com/

Hey that looks great!! I might be tempted to write "$100 Million" explicitly instead of all those 0000000's ...... you know easily people get confused by trailing zeros  Wink
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June 26, 2013, 09:30:01 AM
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Since the question from Friedcat regarding a website might be answered after the investor FAQ
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Ad used at https://just-dice.com/

Seeing as how TaT has historically been willing to advertise, and the fact that the add takes you to the havelock PT (by TaT).  It's my assumption that the add is from TaT, not Friedcat.

But still, pretty cool.
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June 26, 2013, 09:32:53 AM
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Since the question from Friedcat regarding a website might be answered after the investor FAQ
Jumping the gun and posting this now Smiley
Ad used at https://just-dice.com/

Seeing as how TaT has historically been willing to advertise, and the fact that the add takes you to the havelock PT (by TaT).  It's my assumption that the add is from TaT, not Friedcat.

But still, pretty cool.

I love that even though there are no official webpages or other information that the fans of ASICMINER create a whole bunch of services (PTs, websites that count the hashrate, even advertisement ... ) That's great stuff and props to all the people involved!

- SmiGuel, TAT, RuneDks, DeadTerra, burnside and others, big ups to you!
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June 26, 2013, 09:35:11 AM
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I don't like how the ad doesn't mention it's not official.
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June 26, 2013, 09:39:17 AM
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I don't like how the ad doesn't mention it's not official.

True, but it may be confusing for first time bitcoin investors to have "Invest in my asicminer passthrough today!" on there instead

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Yeah, I think "ASICMINER from TAT" would have been better.
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June 26, 2013, 09:46:44 AM
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http://www.btcguild.com/index.php?page=home

"Starting this weekend, BTC Guild will be selling ASICMINER's USB Block Erupters at excellent prices. Block Erupters are small ASICs powered entirely by a USB port, which mine at 330 MH/s each."

confirmed looking like the wheels are starting to turn,, putting pieces together..thanks
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June 26, 2013, 10:07:56 AM
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Since the question from Friedcat regarding a website might be answered after the investor FAQ
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I remember the days when the entire Fortune 500 didn't have websites.  Tongue
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June 26, 2013, 10:08:10 AM
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Yeah, I think "ASICMINER from TAT" would have been better.
"ASICMINER by TAT, Invest today" Could give the impression that TAT runs ASICMINER, but I do see your point

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June 26, 2013, 10:09:48 AM
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Yeah, I think "ASICMINER from TAT" would have been better.

I asked dooglus to use the ad on that page that was the banner from just-dice ad stream not sure who made it though or if it is a fan-made/official banner
Thought it was neat so put it up
Sorry if I made it sound like I made it maybe some day if I'm bored I'll make one too Smiley
Saved the evidence he-he but will credit the maker if someone knows (from comments sounds like it was TAT confirmed pr unofficial)
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PS: Do not hunt for Dooglus banner I warned you all  Wink (I mean it)
Also props to MP on that one hahahahahahahahha
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June 26, 2013, 10:27:07 AM
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For the record I'd prefer the ad clarified that it isn't from Bitfountain too, but space was rather limited and the target link does make it clear exactly what is being offered.
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June 26, 2013, 10:27:13 AM
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I must say I don't like the ad. The reason lies in its call for investments in the company, rather than promoting hardware sales. As there are no new shares to be offered, no one is doing the company a favor by buying the shares (except for the share price fluctuations).

It might also be considered to be financial / investment / trading advice. Also if this is not official, the creator is (mis)using somebody else's name.

It also makes asicminer look fishy, or have you ever seen a company advertise its stock rather than its product? Remember: in its current form it is not obvious if this is an official ad or fan made!

Anyway, please excuse any typos, I am on my phone.
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June 26, 2013, 10:29:15 AM
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For the record I'd prefer the ad clarified that it isn't from Bitfountain too, but space was rather limited and the target link does make it clear exactly what is being offered.

Wasn't your ad TAT hmm well I'll wait for a confirmation to credit it to someone
As it is right now it is in an official ad network for just-dice so thought it was an approved banner
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June 26, 2013, 10:34:52 AM
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For the record I'd prefer the ad clarified that it isn't from Bitfountain too, but space was rather limited and the target link does make it clear exactly what is being offered.

Wasn't your ad TAT hmm well I'll wait for a confirmation to credit it to someone
As it is right now it is in an official ad network for just-dice so thought it was an approved banner

Official ad network? These ads seem to be manually run by mircea_popescu? Look at the vagina ad for just dice on bitbet. Look at the source code, it's hardcoded with a random() function. Seems like the person who runs this network is just throwing up ads for his own sites and things he's invest in.

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June 26, 2013, 10:36:26 AM
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For the record I'd prefer the ad clarified that it isn't from Bitfountain too, but space was rather limited and the target link does make it clear exactly what is being offered.

Wasn't your ad TAT hmm well I'll wait for a confirmation to credit it to someone
As it is right now it is in an official ad network for just-dice so thought it was an approved banner

Official ad network? These ads seem to be manually run by mircea_popescu? Look at the vagina ad for just dice on bitbet. Look at the source code, it's hardcoded with a random() function. Seems like the person who runs this network is just throwing up ads for his own sites and things he's invest in.

I don't think MP made a ASIC ad though seems strange but yah the vagina ad is her work all right lol
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June 26, 2013, 10:37:57 AM
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For the record I'd prefer the ad clarified that it isn't from Bitfountain too, but space was rather limited and the target link does make it clear exactly what is being offered.

Wasn't your ad TAT hmm well I'll wait for a confirmation to credit it to someone
As it is right now it is in an official ad network for just-dice so thought it was an approved banner

Official ad network? These ads seem to be manually run by mircea_popescu? Look at the vagina ad for just dice on bitbet. Look at the source code, it's hardcoded with a random() function. Seems like the person who runs this network is just throwing up ads for his own sites and things he's invest in.

I don't think MP made a ASIC ad though seems strange but yah the vagina ad is her work all right lol

MPOE-PR certainly isn't invested in AM, but MP could be, and that could be his reasoning for creating an ad for it. Or someone paid him a bit of money to do it. MP is not a she: https://twitter.com/Mircea_Popescu

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    The services listed below we recommend thoroughly looking into implementing into your startup.

    Docracy
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    EchoSign
        Digital Contract Signing

    Bank Of America
        Integration to Quickbooks (Online/Offline)

    Google Services & Google Apps for Business

    There are almost to many to name, so we’ll just throw out the ones we’re most commonly using. It’s impossible to quantify how much we rely on Google for almost every aspect of our operations.
        Gmail (& 3rd Party Ad-Ons)
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June 26, 2013, 10:39:46 AM
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For the record I'd prefer the ad clarified that it isn't from Bitfountain too, but space was rather limited and the target link does make it clear exactly what is being offered.

Wasn't your ad TAT hmm well I'll wait for a confirmation to credit it to someone
As it is right now it is in an official ad network for just-dice so thought it was an approved banner

Official ad network? These ads seem to be manually run by mircea_popescu? Look at the vagina ad for just dice on bitbet. Look at the source code, it's hardcoded with a random() function. Seems like the person who runs this network is just throwing up ads for his own sites and things he's invest in.

I don't think MP made a ASIC ad though seems strange but yah the vagina ad is her work all right lol

MPOE-PR certainly isn't invested in AM, but MP could be, and that could be his reasoning for creating an ad for it. MP is not a she.

If that's true I'll credit the Ad to MP but will wait for some official confirmation and not a she hmm didn't know that
Edit did know that face I just mix it with PR's lol
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June 26, 2013, 10:40:08 AM
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I must say I don't like the ad. The reason lies in its call for investments in the company, rather than promoting hardware sales. As there are no new shares to be offered, no one is doing the company a favor by buying the shares (except for the share price fluctuations).

It might also be considered to be financial / investment / trading advice. Also if this is not official, the creator is (mis)using somebody else's name.

It also makes asicminer look fishy, or have you ever seen a company advertise its stock rather than its product? Remember: in its current form it is not obvious if this is an official ad or fan made!

Anyway, please excuse any typos, I am on my phone.

I understand what you are saying, but essentially the ad is "brand awareness". There is nothing wrong with that, and imho, something ASICMINER is in desperate need of.

What's wrong with offering financial advice? Thousands of people in every country on the planet make their living offering (normally dodgy) financial advice. This is simply another option for people to consider putting their money into. What's wrong with that? bitcointalk would be immediately cut in half if you took out all the advice posts. Like it or not, bitcoin and bitcoin derivatives are speculative. Letting people know about one way to invest their bitcoins  is not a crime I know of.
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