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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3914548 times)
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June 28, 2013, 10:43:50 PM
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please change this forum layout to something readable nice and trustworthy
now it is a total mess, sorry

main site is good Smiley
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June 28, 2013, 10:47:35 PM
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As some of you in this thread noticed, I started a website to collect and share information about ASICMINER. Thanks to those of you who posted kind words about it... it is not totally complete yet but it will be soon!

https://asicminer.info

Message board: https://asicminer.info/forum

I'd love to see some of you who are interested in ASICMINER join us. I will try an provide as much information as possible, as quickly as possible.

We will also be posting updates on Twitter: @ASICMINERinfo

ASICMINER.info announcement thread on Bitcointalk.


NOTE: This site is totally UNOFFICIAL and ASICMINER / Bitfountain / friedcat are in no way involved with it.

Hope it comes in handy for some of you.


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Looks good well gets this started user #2  Wink
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June 28, 2013, 11:17:39 PM
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As some of you in this thread noticed, I started a website to collect and share information about ASICMINER. Thanks to those of you who posted kind words about it... it is not totally complete yet but it will be soon!

https://asicminer.info

Message board: https://asicminer.info/forum

I'd love to see some of you who are interested in ASICMINER join us. I will try an provide as much information as possible, as quickly as possible.

We will also be posting updates on Twitter: @ASICMINERinfo

ASICMINER.info announcement thread on Bitcointalk.


NOTE: This site is totally UNOFFICIAL and ASICMINER / Bitfountain / friedcat are in no way involved with it.

Hope it comes in handy for some of you.


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Very nice initiative. Looks very nice already! Smiley

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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June 28, 2013, 11:52:06 PM
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please change this forum layout to something readable nice and trustworthy
now it is a total mess, sorry

main site is good Smiley

I will work on that, thanks.


Looks good well gets this started user #2  Wink

Thanks for being the first to post!!


Very nice initiative. Looks very nice already! Smiley


Thank you.   Smiley
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June 29, 2013, 01:42:06 AM
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The internet in 1973 (back then known as ARPAnet) was still only used by researchers. It took 20 more years before the internet was adopted by the first "ordinary" users (geeks with 14k4 baud modems). 7 more years before it entered the mainstream.

Let's hope it doesn't take that long for Bitcoin to become widely adopted. In recent decades progress took much less time to reach fruition.
Nice observation, it would be very nice to have some numbers about that, such as  the estimated users of ARPAnet/Internet over the years, along with the estimated Bitcoin users over these years.
(yes I know it's not trivial to estimate Bitcoin users, and I've no idea if somebody ever tried to do such a thing with any accuracy with Internet users)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_Internet_usage
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_number_of_Internet_hosts

Domains !!! Smiley just 21 000 in year 1993
http://www.mit.edu/people/mkgray/net/internet-growth-raw-data.html

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June 29, 2013, 02:43:37 AM
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if this stock goes down i will only be buying more!
because the dividends is what im after,
i want to be able to live comfortably by dividends alone,

considering bitcoin is at a very young age atm only 4 or so years,
look at internet when it was 4 years old,
http://www.wimp.com/theinternet/

so imagine bitcoin in anohter 20 years or so?

lets just hope there wont be super computers unimaginable at the moment that will easily decrypt bitcoin, but hopefully by then we will have even better cryptology and security, i know bitcoin has that option to always implement more complex encryptions ect...

thats why going down now is the best because it will let me buy more at cheaper, hopefully when the bigger dividends start showing up from tx fees, im not even hoping on the sales profits, thats just an added bonus, but tx fees have potential to make mining more profitable then it is now, especially with wide adaptions of bitcoin network, there might be even more alt coins ect. especially in new upcoming games or mmorpg's maybe not so soon but most likely in the future it will be.
look at diablo 3 already implementing gold and real money auction house and links to paypal,
maybe oneday will have currencies that will link to cryptocoins or alt coins or bitcoins?

theres alot of potential in bitcoin, and that is what im betting on by buying stocks or even buying bitcoins,
yes ofcourse its a gamble and maybe it will all collapse and not be worth anything,
but do you think its a 1/256chance of it actually working and becoming worth alot someday?

most likely more then 1/256 chance, and it can make your profits come back 256times or more!

ofcourse only invest in what you can afford to lose

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I will pay you for the right to sell you cheap shares of ASICMiner. How's that sound?

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June 29, 2013, 03:03:22 AM
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I've got the domain asicminer.us, if anyone wants it.  Just PM me.

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June 29, 2013, 03:03:28 AM
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Looks like next Wednesday's dividend is going to be pretty sexy with all the hardware sales. BTC Guild is also selling USB sticks here: https://www.btcguild.com/index.php?page=store

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June 29, 2013, 03:37:58 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

RIP BTC Guild, April 2011 - June 2015
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June 29, 2013, 03:58:10 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

People must want these as novelty items. I don't get it. 40 minutes???

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June 29, 2013, 04:01:19 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

People must want these as novelty items. I don't get it. 40 minutes???

They are just too sexy to resist. A triumph of form over function  Wink
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June 29, 2013, 04:06:05 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

People must want these as novelty items. I don't get it. 40 minutes???

They are just too sexy to resist. A triumph of form over function  Wink

That and 100 years from now it will make a sweet museum piece  Wink
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June 29, 2013, 04:09:15 AM
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DAMN I was going to order from BTCguild as a way to support them for taking this step... then again... guess I did not need to.

Looks like I will have to buy some in the next wave...

CANT WAIT for next week divs!

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June 29, 2013, 04:09:43 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

People must want these as novelty items. I don't get it. 40 minutes???

They are just too sexy to resist. A triumph of form over function  Wink

That and 100 years from now it will make a sweet museum piece  Wink

That and the price - 1B is definitely the "sweet spot" for a USB stick. They should keep this price for all future USB sticks, just up the performance. Who hasn't got 1B to spare? Smiley
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June 29, 2013, 04:12:06 AM
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I registered asicminer.bit using namecoin yesterday.

If friedcat provides a namecoin address I'd be happy to transfer it to him (gratis).
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June 29, 2013, 04:16:54 AM
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how was asicminer.bit not already taken... I need to become a domain squatter!

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June 29, 2013, 04:17:50 AM
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about the questions TAT compiling to friedcat.

Nobody is interested to know how he came up with the 15BTC fee per block ? Did he say so to increase the value of AM ?
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June 29, 2013, 04:20:27 AM
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how was asicminer.bit not already taken... I need to become a domain squatter!

Go take it then  Wink
Any interesting sites in .bit?
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June 29, 2013, 04:33:17 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

People must want these as novelty items. I don't get it. 40 minutes???

They are just too sexy to resist. A triumph of form over function  Wink

That and 100 years from now it will make a sweet museum piece  Wink

That and the price - 1B is definitely the "sweet spot" for a USB stick. They should keep this price for all future USB sticks, just up the performance. Who hasn't got 1B to spare? Smiley

Yes, but... 800, 1B each, in 40 minutes? That's roughly $75,000. On USB sticks. In 40 minutes.

I do understand the novelty aspect, but that kind of sales rate sounds a lot more like the way things sell when people expect to make money off of them. And they won't off of these...

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June 29, 2013, 04:34:00 AM
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Happy to contribute to all your dividends.  As shareholders, you'll be happy to know that BTC Guild's initial stock (1,000 USB Block Erupters ordered, 800 available to public sales) sold out in under 40 minutes, and already has over 200 units on backorder.

Wow fantastic news.  Shocked

I can't wait to see ASICMINER's recent sales totals.    Grin Grin
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