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SUQA is a new opensource peer to peer digital currency that gives the investors 5% apr interest from term deposits even if the wallet is offline. It is based on an improved code of the secure and widely used Bitcoin Blockchain with a brand new advanced memory intensive X22i POW algo which is completely ASIC, FPGA and Quantum Resistant.
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Bitmaintech is an awesome company and that needs to be recognized among the sea of ASIC scams.

First off, the main reason I'm writing this post is because last week on friday evening one of my Antminer S1s died. No idea why, it just did. I realized pretty quickly that only one of the boards had died so I switched the controller board to the other side and ran it at 50% power while I contacted bitmaintech.
When I bought the ants (I own 4) they arrived from china. They replied to my email about my bad unit in minutes. They informed me that I could send it to their domestic repair facility (In Colorado) for evaluation and I did so on Saturday. The unit arrived in Colorado on monday. I got an email updating me Tuesday morning that the unit was defective and that they would be shipping me out a new one.
OVERNIGHT
At their cost!
In short, I send back a broken ant to a company on Saturday whose home base is in china and they ship me back a working antminer delivered on Wednesday, no questions asked.
Aside from that, they continue to be the only company that sells a product thats reasonably expected to ROI at a fair price without preorder and ships immediately. After ordering my first two ants they arrived within 3 days from china.
This is not typical behavior for bitcoin asic companies. For a company to behave in this way with the sort of standards set by big players like BFL deserves to be recognized with some positive press.
In short, if you're considering purchasing an ASIC, either now or in the future I would really recommend them.
Edit: I Forgot to mention this! I originally bought two units at 1.45, I went back to buy the second two at 0.99 and noticed that they had given people a customer loyalty coupon for each original ant purchased which lowered my price another 0.05 BTC
Edit 2: I marked the original unit with a tiny hidden scratch mark to see if they sent me a new one or refurbished the one that was having problems. They sent back a totally new unit, no questions asked. They are awesome
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Craig Wright's Asic Mining Company is Blowing Up, CEO resigned, ASIC chips are a big fat 0, stock is collapsing, Bitcoin SV is on the ropes

Craig Wright's Asic Mining Company is Blowing Up, CEO resigned, ASIC chips are a big fat 0, stock is collapsing, Bitcoin SV is on the ropes submitted by Fiach_Dubh to bitcoin_uncensored [link] [comments]

Craig Wright's Asic Mining Company is Blowing Up, CEO resigned, ASIC chips are a big fat 0, stock is collapsing, Bitcoin SV is on the ropes

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Craig Wright's Asic Mining Company is Blowing Up, CEO resigned, ASIC chips are a big fat 0, stock is collapsing, Bitcoin SV is on the ropes

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01-24 03:53 - 'Craig Wright's Asic Mining Company is Blowing Up, CEO resigned, ASIC chips are a big fat 0, stock is collapsing, Bitcoin SV is on the ropes' (globenewswire.com) by /u/Fiach_Dubh removed from /r/Bitcoin within 391-401min

Craig Wright's Asic Mining Company is Blowing Up, CEO resigned, ASIC chips are a big fat 0, stock is collapsing, Bitcoin SV is on the ropes
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A Canadian Company Partnered With Samsung To Develop 10-nm ASIC Chips for Bitcoin (BTC) Mining - Billionaire365

A Canadian Company Partnered With Samsung To Develop 10-nm ASIC Chips for Bitcoin (BTC) Mining - Billionaire365 submitted by DiligentSyrup to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

A Canadian Company Partnered With Samsung To Develop 10-nm ASIC Chips for Bitcoin (BTC) Mining - Billionaire365

A Canadian Company Partnered With Samsung To Develop 10-nm ASIC Chips for Bitcoin (BTC) Mining - Billionaire365 submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Fraudulent Company Registers To Exploit Telegram ICO Investors - Monero’s Hashrate Drops Over 80% After ASIC-Resisting Hard Fork - Gemini to Roll Out Bitcoin and Ether Block Trading

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My company is building a Bitcoin mining chip (ASIC) - sign up here!

My company is building a Bitcoin mining chip (ASIC) - sign up here! submitted by ttul to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

As it became known, the technology giant Samsung produces ASIC chips for bitcoin miners of the company Halong Mining.

As it became known, the technology giant Samsung produces ASIC chips for bitcoin miners of the company Halong Mining. submitted by ICO_world to u/ICO_world [link] [comments]

Mining • Vozex - ASIC Bitcoin Mining Company

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Are there any reliable asic companies from the United States ? Why not? We have to get them from China , months after they are manufactured and used /r/Bitcoin

Are there any reliable asic companies from the United States ? Why not? We have to get them from China , months after they are manufactured and used /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Are these RCM ASIC bitcoin miner rigs for real? Never heard of the company so just asking in earnest.

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Shibes, the big boy ASIC companies are about to jump into the scrypt mining game. Are we slowly going the route of Bitcoin?

There have been a steady stream of smaller companies announcing scrypt ASICs over the past few months. Companies such as Alpha Technology, Fibonacci, Flower Technology, Zeusminer, etc have presented offerings that, while more efficient than conventional GPUs, were not necessarily gamechangers.
That all changed with the announcement from KnCminer (a large reputable ASIC company) of a 100Mhs miner for $10,000. To give you an idea of how much hashrate that is, it is roughly the equivalent of 330 gtx750 TIs. This is a mere $0.10 per Kh/sec while also being significantly more energy efficient than any sort of GPU farm that would even sniff those numbers.
The other companies have already started making announcements that they are tweaking their ASICs to remain competitive with these rates, so expect it become a huge ASIC arms race, leaving the little guys with their GPUs in the dust.
How this will affect the community and ultimately the value of DOGE is yet to be seen. But for those of you about to pull the trigger on a GPU mining rig with the sole intention of mining, you might want to reconsider.
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How do I mine bitcoin?

I just want to know how to mine bitcoin.
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xpost from /r/bitcoin "KnCMiner censoreship at an all time high" - Would be wise to do some research before deciding to place any "Pre-Order" for scrypt ASIC from this company.

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01-02 09:47 - 'You know what they say, *during a gold rush sell the shovels*. That's why these ASIC companies are making a killing off you idiots. Don't you wonder why they won't accept Bitcoin as payment for their products if they believe...' by /u/mr_robot-sh removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3-8min

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You know what they say, during a gold rush sell the shovels. That's why these ASIC companies are making a killing off you idiots. Don't you wonder why they won't accept Bitcoin as payment for their products if they believe in it or why they don't just mine with them themselves?? You've been played for a fool but at least you're not as bad as those who buy it. You actually mine it and then sell it to those idiots that buy it.
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New Company Claims to be Selling ASIC For Bitcoin Mining

A new website; www.asxproject.com (from Shenzhen, China) claims to be selling ASIC mining systems with hashrates ranging from 25-125 GH/s when they open in 3 days.
According to their RSS feed they have no customer service office and are an online based company. Does anybody have a legitimacy confirmation or information about them?
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Are there any other companies than Bitmain that makes ASIC miners? And do you know of any better ASIC miners? /r/Bitcoin

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Is there any other companies than Bitmain that make ASIC miners? /r/Bitcoin

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[Hiring] Technical Support Specialist for Bitcoin ASIC Semi-Conductor Company

CoinTerra is a world-class semiconductor engineering company which designs and produces state-of-the-art cryptocurrency ASIC processors and systems.
We are looking for a full time technical customer support employee to join the growing team at our Austin, Texas headquarters.
What you need to be good at:
What you’ll mostly be doing:
What you’ll also be doing:
We’re a young fast-moving startup in a fast-moving industry. Everyone rolls up their sleeves** and helps get stuff done. Whatever your other skills and talents are, if they are useful to us, we’ll endeavor to use them!
(**Note: Sleeves are not provided. You must supply your own.)
What we expect you to have experience points in:
If you don’t have all of the above but you really, really think you’re perfect for the job then write us a really, really compelling argument why. No novels though, please… we’ve got work to do, you know.
Bonus points:
Linguist: If you speak other languages that’d be a great bonus (conversational Mandarin, Russian, Portuguese or Spanish would be helpful – Klingon and Elvish less so, but we’ll probably think it’s pretty cool.)
Linux Hacker: It’d be cool if you have familiarity with centos, rhel, ubuntu, fedora, debian, arch linux etc. SSH, make files, building kernels from source, building .deb and .rpm packages. Embedded systems experience in particular is another +1.
Bitcoin Miner: If you’ve been rolling your own hardware and mining since way back in the summer of ’09 then you’re our kind of guy/gal.
Other stuff:
Please send CV/Resume to [email protected] . *Please put "Technical Support Specialist" in the email subject line *
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Bitcoin Mining ASIC Company HashFast Granted Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Bitcoin Mining ASIC Company HashFast Granted Chapter 11 Bankruptcy submitted by cryptocurrencylive to CryptoCurrencyLive [link] [comments]

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TOP 5 ASIC Coins to Mine in 2019 Profitability + Best ...

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