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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3914024 times)
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July 14, 2013, 08:12:43 PM
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What's the hardware sales situation these days? I think I missed the relevant posts about this...

There was some unconfirmed info in the speculation thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235763.msg2710261#msg2710261
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July 14, 2013, 08:15:44 PM
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What's the hardware sales situation these days? I think I missed the relevant posts about this...


cranking out volumes hitting mega large radars worldwide, i'm telling you would not believe friedcats' followers on twitter #2 stock!~~~
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July 14, 2013, 08:20:18 PM
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Thanks for pointing that out waits for the fix from SmiGueL I'll just divide the network rates by 10 and assume that was the correct division

Fixed

Seems that the source changed the difficulty format a bit which shifted the dot by 1 number Tongue
(last 10 difficulty changes this wasn't a problem)
Please PM me next time when there are problems with the charts. I'll check this very often and it 'll keep the thread clean Smiley

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July 14, 2013, 08:22:51 PM
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Thanks for pointing that out waits for the fix from SmiGueL I'll just divide the network rates by 10 and assume that was the correct division

Fixed

Seems that the source changed the difficulty format a bit which shifted the dot by 1 number Tongue
(last 10 difficulty changes this wasn't a problem)
Please PM me next time when there are problems whith the charts I'll check this very often and it 'll keep the thread clean Smiley

Roger that it's been peaceful lately by AM page growth standards XD
Thanks for the fast fix and as always appreciate your charts
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July 14, 2013, 08:33:05 PM
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What's the hardware sales situation these days? I think I missed the relevant posts about this...


cranking out volumes hitting mega large radars worldwide, i'm telling you would not believe friedcats' followers on twitter #2 stock!~~~

Yawn. You don't need to attempt hyping AM with these pitiful one liners. They don't do anything (no one buys because you says it's #2 stock, you have no data to back up your claim). You and Elmore ASIC, act the same, yawn, registered within a minute of eachother.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=99497.msg2707849#msg2707849

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July 14, 2013, 08:41:20 PM
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What's the hardware sales situation these days? I think I missed the relevant posts about this...

Rockxie has been listing pre-orders for the new 5Gh/10GH (at 35W/70w) blades.   Rockxie is the Chinese distributor for Asicminer and I believe only sells to the Chinese market.

I've not seen any sites offering pre-orders outside of China.

General consensus is that we should see new hardware blade sales in dividend on the 24th.
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July 14, 2013, 08:49:20 PM
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What's the hardware sales situation these days? I think I missed the relevant posts about this...

Rockxie has been listing pre-orders for the new 5Gh/10GH (at 35W/70w) blades.   Rockxie is the Chinese distributor for Asicminer and I believe only sells to the Chinese market.

I've not seen any sites offering pre-orders outside of China.

General consensus is that we should see new hardware blade sales in dividend on the 24th.

Thanks!
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July 14, 2013, 08:51:43 PM
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What's the hardware sales situation these days? I think I missed the relevant posts about this...


cranking out volumes hitting mega large radars worldwide, i'm telling you would not believe friedcats' followers on twitter #2 stock!~~~

Yawn. You don't need to attempt hyping AM with these pitiful one liners. They don't do anything (no one buys because you says it's #2 stock, you have no data to back up your claim). You and Elmore ASIC, act the same, yawn, registered within a minute of eachother.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=99497.msg2707849#msg2707849

rockxie is in on my email list the cat is out of the bag + burnie & everyone digs friedcatzzz antics~~~

These repeated punctation signs always finishing a single stupid sentence. Oh no... TECICENINE/IRA has mutated and is back Sad

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This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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July 14, 2013, 09:19:40 PM
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So what's the best place to buy ASICMINER put options?

BTC-TC only has TWO contracts available. And they both have huge premiums.

Is there something better anywhere?

Put out how many you're looking for, what strike and premium you're looking for and what your time frame is - you'll get people to put them up. Possibly myself included.
Fair request.

I'm looking to buy 20 American style put options with a strike price of 3.0 BTC and a duration of 90 days for 0.25 BTC per contract.

So what's the best place to buy ASICMINER put options?

BTC-TC only has TWO contracts available. And they both have huge premiums.

Is there something better anywhere?

Put out how many you're looking for, what strike and premium you're looking for and what your time frame is - you'll get people to put them up. Possibly myself included.

If anybody has a link that explains how simply as possible how these put options work, please share. I'm a complete layman with this.
An American style put option is a contract that entitles the owner the right, but not the obligation, to sell the specified asset at the specified price (called the strike price) within the specified period.

If it's European style then it's at the expiration date.

I'm tempted I must admit. I'm a bit pushed for time at the moment - how many were you thinking of buying?
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July 14, 2013, 09:54:51 PM
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Some old-timey Sunday reading for everyone: http://trilema.com/2012/lolvacute-pentru-posteritate/

Conversation includes conversation in IRC around the time ASICMINER was still trading at .1btc each.

"Ill trade you 2080 asicminer for 4160 obsi.abmo"
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July 14, 2013, 10:02:15 PM
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Does anyone here know of a relationship between ASICMiner and DiscusFish?

I see a clear correlation between their hashrates. While correlation != causation, is DiscusFish maybe renting a percent of ASICMiner's hashrate? Are investors being paid a little extra?

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1i9ts8/is_asicminer_renting_hashes_to_discusfish_and_if/
As I know,they are both chinese,so am i.
And ,that's all.

I'm curious. Are you a PLA officer? As your avatar implies?
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July 15, 2013, 12:19:01 AM
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Does anyone here know of a relationship between ASICMiner and DiscusFish?

I see a clear correlation between their hashrates. While correlation != causation, is DiscusFish maybe renting a percent of ASICMiner's hashrate? Are investors being paid a little extra?

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1i9ts8/is_asicminer_renting_hashes_to_discusfish_and_if/
As I know,they are both chinese,so am i.
And ,that's all.

I'm curious. Are you a PLA officer? As your avatar implies?

yes, a was

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July 15, 2013, 12:37:59 AM
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Some old-timey Sunday reading for everyone: http://trilema.com/2012/lolvacute-pentru-posteritate/

Conversation includes conversation in IRC around the time ASICMINER was still trading at .1btc each.

"Ill trade you 2080 asicminer for 4160 obsi.abmo"

I love how troll that is. It ended up being a brilliant move that made quite a lot of money.

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July 15, 2013, 01:24:44 AM
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I'm not dying to know the answer right now... but someday I'd like to know why ASICMiner doesn't include more transactions in its blocks. If you look at this block:

http://blockchain.info/block-index/398726/000000000000004a96eb5e666d882b238ab2bf5c51f6b3c0cc3eb420517b64a1

You'll notice that it was found a full hour after the previous block... so, 60 minutes worth of transactions were being collected in that time... and yet ASICMiner's block has only 8 transactions. Seems like a lot of missed transaction fees, no? Am I missing something?
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July 15, 2013, 01:44:07 AM
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Does anyone here know of a relationship between ASICMiner and DiscusFish?

I see a clear correlation between their hashrates. While correlation != causation, is DiscusFish maybe renting a percent of ASICMiner's hashrate? Are investors being paid a little extra?

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1i9ts8/is_asicminer_renting_hashes_to_discusfish_and_if/
As I know,they are both chinese,so am i.
And ,that's all.

I'm curious. Are you a PLA officer? As your avatar implies?

No,sir.

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July 15, 2013, 03:19:53 AM
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I'm not dying to know the answer right now... but someday I'd like to know why ASICMiner doesn't include more transactions in its blocks. If you look at this block:

http://blockchain.info/block-index/398726/000000000000004a96eb5e666d882b238ab2bf5c51f6b3c0cc3eb420517b64a1

You'll notice that it was found a full hour after the previous block... so, 60 minutes worth of transactions were being collected in that time... and yet ASICMiner's block has only 8 transactions. Seems like a lot of missed transaction fees, no? Am I missing something?
I feel like friedcat should check that his node is well connected and receiving transactions. It makes a bad public image, considering the recent blockchain spam and congestion.

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July 15, 2013, 03:28:13 AM
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I'm not dying to know the answer right now... but someday I'd like to know why ASICMiner doesn't include more transactions in its blocks. If you look at this block:

http://blockchain.info/block-index/398726/000000000000004a96eb5e666d882b238ab2bf5c51f6b3c0cc3eb420517b64a1

You'll notice that it was found a full hour after the previous block... so, 60 minutes worth of transactions were being collected in that time... and yet ASICMiner's block has only 8 transactions. Seems like a lot of missed transaction fees, no? Am I missing something?
I feel like friedcat should check that his node is well connected and receiving transactions. It makes a bad public image, considering the recent blockchain spam and congestion.

Yes, unfortunately the node isn't well connected; it never includes many transactions per block. While I'm a glad investor, it would be nice to see them supporting the blockchain a bit more.
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July 15, 2013, 06:16:29 AM
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So what's the best place to buy ASICMINER put options?

BTC-TC only has TWO contracts available. And they both have huge premiums.

Is there something better anywhere?

Put out how many you're looking for, what strike and premium you're looking for and what your time frame is - you'll get people to put them up. Possibly myself included.
Fair request.

I'm looking to buy 20 American style put options with a strike price of 3.0 BTC and a duration of 90 days for 0.25 BTC per contract.

So what's the best place to buy ASICMINER put options?

BTC-TC only has TWO contracts available. And they both have huge premiums.

Is there something better anywhere?

Put out how many you're looking for, what strike and premium you're looking for and what your time frame is - you'll get people to put them up. Possibly myself included.

If anybody has a link that explains how simply as possible how these put options work, please share. I'm a complete layman with this.
An American style put option is a contract that entitles the owner the right, but not the obligation, to sell the specified asset at the specified price (called the strike price) within the specified period.

If it's European style then it's at the expiration date.

I'm tempted I must admit. I'm a bit pushed for time at the moment - how many were you thinking of buying?


Offering .28 per contract at 3.0, 90d. I will pay and have purchased many options already.

Alternatively, if you'd like more return on your frozen assets in exchange for more risk, I'll offer 0.3 for 3.2 (this has been a standing offer).

BTCT only.

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July 15, 2013, 08:43:59 AM
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Does anyone here know of a relationship between ASICMiner and DiscusFish?

I see a clear correlation between their hashrates. While correlation != causation, is DiscusFish maybe renting a percent of ASICMiner's hashrate? Are investors being paid a little extra?

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1i9ts8/is_asicminer_renting_hashes_to_discusfish_and_if/
As I know,they are both chinese,so am i.
And ,that's all.

I'm curious. Are you a PLA officer? As your avatar implies?

yes, a was
I don't understand: why did you answer for him, and why did your answer differ from his?

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July 15, 2013, 08:53:28 AM
Last edit: July 15, 2013, 09:28:59 AM by SmiGueL
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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. No, read this

So the mining income is projected into the future but the sales income is what has been sold so far?

Exactly Wink

The mining income is 'pretty' steady, and thus a linear extrapolation seems very reasonable..
But if in the first 24h 2.5kBTC of sticks/blades are sold paid it is VERY unlikely that at the end of the week the final amount will be 18kBTC Tongue
(aka: More income on sales than the highest dividend ever..)

But I'm kind of 'testing' it right now, if this value seems reasonable I'll add it to the live page Smiley

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