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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3914707 times)
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July 12, 2013, 01:42:34 PM
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Right now it says .01785  Is that right?  How does it figure that?
Please read the text beneath the donut. Wink

Currently mined since wednesday is ~1900 coins. That value is linear extrapolated until next wednesday. (blue part of the donut)
The current coins in the known USB/blade sale addresses are added to that. (red part of the donut)

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July 12, 2013, 01:54:54 PM
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Right now it says .01785  Is that right?  How does it figure that?
Please read the text beneath the donut. Wink

Currently mined since wednesday is ~1900 coins. That value is linear extrapolated until next wednesday. (blue part of the donut)
The current coins in the known USB/blade sale addresses are added to that. (red part of the donut)

I see, thanks!

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July 12, 2013, 01:55:40 PM
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It looks at AM's mining wallet and divides by 400K Smiley.
no, it doesn't.  there is not that much in the wallet

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July 12, 2013, 01:57:23 PM
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It looks at AM's mining wallet and divides by 400K Smiley.
no, it doesn't.  there is not that much in the wallet

I'm sorry, I was just guessing, disregard my post Smiley.

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July 12, 2013, 06:06:03 PM
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New ASICMINER Weekly Write-Up!  This time instead of posting directly in the thread, I am writing and hosting it on a Google doc.  This way I can format things better, add a table of contents for older posts... all sorts of nice things.

If this helps you, please remember to donate!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18ZQsYx0dYWV-mlO8szVAYKJfaVZMueH_crS0UMzBfbk/edit?usp=sharing

cool stuff!
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July 12, 2013, 06:12:44 PM
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7/12/1013= *FRIEDCAT GROUP UP+ 133.33 % TODAY!!

What are you talking about?

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July 12, 2013, 07:06:21 PM
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7/12/1013= *FRIEDCAT GROUP UP+ 133.33 % TODAY!!

What are you talking about?

Click ignore on the left under user profile, click report to moderator on the bottom right of the post, move on like nothing happened.

In other news.

For people who say ASICMINER prices are tied to USD/BTC, do you still feel that way?  I have yet to notice a significant move... do you think the USD/BTC shift is just offsetting the news of new product?

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July 12, 2013, 07:21:59 PM
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Nice HK competition for ASICMINER shares btw : https://796.com/asicminer


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July 12, 2013, 07:24:03 PM
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They are not open for trading yet.
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July 12, 2013, 07:24:43 PM
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7/12/1013= *FRIEDCAT GROUP UP+ 133.33 % TODAY!!

What are you talking about?

Click ignore on the left under user profile, click report to moderator on the bottom right of the post, move on like nothing happened.

In other news.

For people who say ASICMINER prices are tied to USD/BTC, do you still feel that way?  I have yet to notice a significant move... do you think the USD/BTC shift is just offsetting the news of new product?

I've never thought that it was tied to USD/BTC except in two cases, which i believe have little influence.

1) If it falls so low that the profitability ration between paying vendor costs in fiat vs mining in coin puts a strain on cash flow. This would probably be a single digit bitcoin - aka $5/BTC.
2) For new investors who have to buy coins off the street.

I'd estimate that these influences are currently next to nothing for the AM market.

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July 12, 2013, 07:25:47 PM
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Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
The last time I saw a scheme requiring trust and the operator used the name Pirate, and I thought your name says it all.

This time I see the name Thieves , and I immediately think it is more daring that Pirate. 

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July 12, 2013, 07:28:22 PM
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For people who say ASICMINER prices are tied to USD/BTC, do you still feel that way?  I have yet to notice a significant move... do you think the USD/BTC shift is just offsetting the news of new product?
it's possible.  I know that if USD/BTC goes to $110+, a lot of people will be selling to lock in some gains.  If those same people have AM shares, they will be selling the shares to get BTC.  I am not convinced BTC will sit above $100 for any amount of time right now.  If true, and others believe the same, they will cash out when they gain to realize profits.

Also, some of the other securities have had a lot of movement, so it might be AM shareholders diversifying a bit.

But, we haven't had the news of the new product, actually.  Until FC puts blades up for sale, I don't expect to see much movement.

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July 12, 2013, 07:36:48 PM
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Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
The last time I saw a scheme requiring trust and the operator used the name Pirate, and I thought your name says it all.

This time I see the name Thieves , and I immediately think it is more daring that Pirate. 

It's a reference to one of my favorite movies about a man wrongly persecuted, and how he prevails, The Shawshank Redemption. The phrase itself merely means "loyal".
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July 12, 2013, 07:44:29 PM
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Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
The last time I saw a scheme requiring trust and the operator used the name Pirate, and I thought your name says it all.

This time I see the name Thieves , and I immediately think it is more daring that Pirate. 

It's a reference to one of my favorite movies about a man wrongly persecuted, and how he prevails, The Shawshank Redemption. The phrase itself merely means "loyal".

Love that movie. Funny - I thought of it since it was referenced in the movie, but I had no idea that's where you took it from. We'll call you Andy Dufresne from now on. Smiley

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July 12, 2013, 08:04:35 PM
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Let's just say that TAT is much cheaper when transfering > 8 shares, and John when having < 8 shares Wink*

Both are very trustworthy guys, and considering it's a small part of the total amount it's 100% worth it using escrow!

Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
Second. I don't trust TAT, and I trust Havelock even less.
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July 12, 2013, 08:05:32 PM
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I created a new temporary page for the dividend prediction:
www.asicminercharts.com/divprediction

Eventually I'll add the meter next to the wallet meter on the live page Smiley

Right now it says .01785  Is that right?  How does it figure that?

It looks at AM's mining wallet and divides by 400K Smiley.

So the mining income is projected into the future but the sales income is what has been sold so far?
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July 12, 2013, 08:06:37 PM
Last edit: July 12, 2013, 08:27:16 PM by freedomno1
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Let's just say that TAT is much cheaper when transfering > 8 shares, and John when having < 8 shares Wink*

Both are very trustworthy guys, and considering it's a small part of the total amount it's 100% worth it using escrow!

Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
Second. I don't trust TAT, and I trust Havelock even less.


Good explanations might be important opinion is one thing accusations another
Both are quite high level reliable members who do a fair service so trust issues should be reasoned with fairly.
I agree that John has been here longer and childish posts might annoy you but it's not really something that I would pick at whats important is the management of the funds how investors act is not the issuers fault.
As an example we have MPOE-PR who is far more colorful and is trusted with mpex.
Your point is fair enough but people need to take it with two cents.
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July 12, 2013, 08:22:25 PM
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Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
The last time I saw a scheme requiring trust and the operator used the name Pirate, and I thought your name says it all.

This time I see the name Thieves , and I immediately think it is more daring that Pirate.  

It's a reference to one of my favorite movies about a man wrongly persecuted, and how he prevails, The Shawshank Redemption. The phrase itself merely means "loyal".

Thanks for clarifying; I look forward to calling up TAT Investments in a few years and hearing the receptionist answered the phone using the TAT acronym.

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July 12, 2013, 09:16:22 PM
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>>>> ASICMINER <<<< BRUTEFORCE POWER HOUR HOD TURBO HASHRATE BOOM BOOM!! FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH PLAY MONSTER CLIMBER JACK RABBIT CHARGED BINGO SCORE FRIEDCAT SCRATCH AND WIN !  Cool

I'll have what he's having please.
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July 12, 2013, 09:52:11 PM
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Well lets not go as far as compare john with TAT. I have nothing personal against TAT but he is not even close to beeing "trustworthy", he has long way before he prove himself and as of now he is not doing good job with his childish posts and not so professional behavior.
The last time I saw a scheme requiring trust and the operator used the name Pirate, and I thought your name says it all.

This time I see the name Thieves , and I immediately think it is more daring that Pirate.  

It's a reference to one of my favorite movies about a man wrongly persecuted, and how he prevails, The Shawshank Redemption. The phrase itself merely means "loyal".

Don't lie, you just followed the first of these steps:

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=244724.msg2600058#msg2600058

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