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Author Topic: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It  (Read 3901408 times)
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May 18, 2014, 05:54:07 PM
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Yeah, I remember that. Used to use that website until it shut down. :-/
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May 18, 2014, 09:19:29 PM
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Alright, got a rough version 1 up. http://ryepdx.com/asicminer for the impatient, and http://friedcat.info for those willing to wait for the DNSes to propagate their records.
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May 18, 2014, 10:17:22 PM
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Alright, got a rough version 1 up. http://ryepdx.com/asicminer for the impatient, and http://friedcat.info for those willing to wait for the DNSes to propagate their records.

thanks looks good Smiley

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FWIW Lightningasic has their gen3 miners up priced and available with inventory levels. Incremental cost of PSU and shipping are additional factors to them stating $1.5/Gh
http://www.lightningasic.com/Product/ProductInfo.aspx?PId=15
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May 19, 2014, 07:44:18 AM
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Hang on. At 1.5 / gh -  assuming they ship quickly, these things may actually be profitable for the miner!

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May 19, 2014, 08:07:08 AM
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Looks pretty bare bones but someone savvy enough to use used server PSU 's to drive them could be in the black. Not loving the 800 watts running in through un-grommeted steel case. Hosting might be a safer option.  Grin Looking like they beat rockxie out of the gate.
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May 19, 2014, 08:42:11 AM
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What is our current estimate of how many chips have been sold, in total?
- 23k to Rockminer
- 72k to LightningASIC
- an unknown, but supposedly large, number to Hashratio.

So maybe ~200k total that we know of?
Any news/rumors that I missed?
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May 19, 2014, 08:46:40 AM
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What is our current estimate of how many chips have been sold, in total?
- 23k to Rockminer
- 72k to LightningASIC
- an unknown, but supposedly large, number to Hashratio.

So maybe ~200k total that we know of?
Any news/rumors that I missed?

Not sure if hashratio or rockminer have built their solo farms yet but hashratio is expected 2ph and rockminer 1ph
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May 19, 2014, 08:49:52 AM
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What is our current estimate of how many chips have been sold, in total?
- 23k to Rockminer
- 72k to LightningASIC
- an unknown, but supposedly large, number to Hashratio.

So maybe ~200k total that we know of?
Any news/rumors that I missed?

Not sure if hashratio or rockminer have built their solo farms yet but hashratio is expected 2ph and rockminer 1ph

Ok, then:
- 100k to Rockminer (expected)
- 72k to LightningASIC
- 200k to Hashratio (expected)
That's about half of batch 1.
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May 19, 2014, 09:17:28 AM
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What is our current estimate of how many chips have been sold, in total?

Everything is sold.

All chips from April 8.5 Ph/s batch and maybe part of 33.5 Ph/s May batch too. IIRC Friedcat/Jutarul mentioned, that clients for first months(!) of production are fully covered, and this announcement was months ago, even before tape-out.

Expect the flood by the end of month.

The dividend schedule will be aggressive, as AM will not require large sums of retained capital. The rationale is that AM doesn't need to invest large sums into infrastructure and that the majority of chip production costs will be covered by the business partners on a contract schedule. The new round of dividends are scheduled to begin as soon as the first large purchases have concluded and should precede or coincide with the publication of the updated financial statements.

1) When can we expect the financial report that's supposed to coincide with the next round of dividends?
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1) May 27.

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May 19, 2014, 09:46:25 AM
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If they've pre sold all the chips, surely they should be upping production.....?

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May 19, 2014, 09:59:06 AM
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If they've pre sold all the chips, surely they should be upping production.....?

They doesn't pre-sold like other companies, they just book clients for months ahead. And they are selling finished product. Not promises.

About upping production. They are : 850 000 chips in April, 3 350 000 chips in May, 6 700 000 in June from 160 000 000 chips total of gen3. Meanwhile working on gen4.



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May 19, 2014, 10:12:26 AM
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If they've pre sold all the chips, surely they should be upping production.....?

They doesn't pre-sold like other companies, they just book clients for months ahead. And they are selling finished product. Not promises.

About upping production. They are : 850 000 chips in April, 3 350 000 chips in May, 6 700 000 in June from 160 000 000 chips total of gen3. Meanwhile working on gen4.




And which was the price for 1 chip? I remember around $0.5 per Gh, having each chip ~12Gh, but I'm not sure at all. if I'm right with my maths, dividends in the upcoming months should be similar to the old golden days... Amazing.  Am I missing something?
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May 19, 2014, 10:23:36 AM
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from 160 000 000 chips total of gen3.
whatt?! where did you get those numbers? Shocked
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May 19, 2014, 10:56:39 AM
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What is our current estimate of how many chips have been sold, in total?

Everything is sold.

All chips from April 8.5 Ph/s batch and maybe part of 33.5 Ph/s May batch too.

Where did all these chips go? It seems someone has a large number of AM chips, but is keeping quiet about it.
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May 19, 2014, 11:18:05 AM
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from 160 000 000 chips total of gen3.
whatt?! where did you get those numbers? Shocked

Its upper limit from :

1) What is the order of magnitude of 3rd generation chips ASICMiner anticipates to sell (total / first batch / first 3 months)?
re 1) Order of magnitude: Depending on fab capacity. Total target is 10k to 40k wafers, relying on competitors, Bitcoin price, and other factors. A wafer is rated at 40 TH/s.

also I see that you're calculating 0.5$ profit per Gh/s ... selling price is from 0.49$ (unlikely for first batches) to 0.99$ (more likely), production costs -0.2$ Gh/s, put this into sheet Wink

Where did all these chips go? It seems someone has a large number of AM chips, but is keeping quiet about it.

We don't need to know as far as dividends are flowing Wink
   

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May 19, 2014, 04:18:21 PM
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from 160 000 000 chips total of gen3.
whatt?! where did you get those numbers? Shocked

Its upper limit from :

1) What is the order of magnitude of 3rd generation chips ASICMiner anticipates to sell (total / first batch / first 3 months)?
re 1) Order of magnitude: Depending on fab capacity. Total target is 10k to 40k wafers, relying on competitors, Bitcoin price, and other factors. A wafer is rated at 40 TH/s.

also I see that you're calculating 0.5$ profit per Gh/s ... selling price is from 0.49$ (unlikely for first batches) to 0.99$ (more likely), production costs -0.2$ Gh/s, put this into sheet Wink

Where did all these chips go? It seems someone has a large number of AM chips, but is keeping quiet about it.

We don't need to know as far as dividends are flowing Wink
   

For the next round of questions, I propose to ask whether more batches after batch 3 are still planned.
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May 19, 2014, 04:55:39 PM
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no, the most relevante question will be what is the status of the development of gen 4.
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May 19, 2014, 04:59:23 PM
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no, the most relevante question will be what is the status of the development of gen 4.

I believe gen 4 to still take quite some time!

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