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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #30 on: February 26, 2014, 05:47:43 PM »
This clears things up a bit at least. Thanks. I've sent my SCAM-O-TRON 4000 to be recalibrated. Sorry for jumping to conclusions this quickly but it is a fact that 90% of the offers here on the boards are in fact uncanny, so alarms are easily raised.

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #31 on: February 26, 2014, 05:54:53 PM »
I just got word from Marc Coumans. He says we are thinking a bit to difficult here and he'll gladly explain everything. He will make a post later today.

I hope this happens. :-)

Road Rash that made me laugh, what an awesome game!

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« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2014, 05:56:42 PM »
Good response from Marc...

Looking forward to see how this progresses...

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #33 on: February 26, 2014, 05:59:16 PM »
Thanks for giving us some feedback on everyones comments and concerns and we look forward to hearing about your pgrogress in development

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #34 on: February 26, 2014, 06:26:55 PM »
We do need some community (financial) support though...

People got fleeced as Bitcoin FPGAs and ASICs were emerging, I really don't want to see that happen again with Litecoin.

So, I just sent you 5 LTC.  Let me know if that's enough to get the report/info you need.

Thanks for this! I received the Litecoins.

Although Marc has responded, I still think it's nice to get some more information. Shall I pull the register information and ride by in the upcoming two weeks? Your money, your call ;)

@Marc, thanks for the reply. Maybe we'll meet soon, who knows! ;)

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« Reply #35 on: February 27, 2014, 05:40:10 AM »
We do need some community (financial) support though...

People got fleeced as Bitcoin FPGAs and ASICs were emerging, I really don't want to see that happen again with Litecoin.

So, I just sent you 5 LTC.  Let me know if that's enough to get the report/info you need.

Thanks for this! I received the Litecoins.

Although Marc has responded, I still think it's nice to get some more information. Shall I pull the register information and ride by in the upcoming two weeks? Your money, your call ;)

@Marc, thanks for the reply. Maybe we'll meet soon, who knows! ;)

It was good to hear something from Marc, but it would be good to know more.  Let's get the additional information and see what it tells us.

Thanks HauntingShade!

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #36 on: February 27, 2014, 07:19:13 AM »
There must never be ASICs for Scrypt or Scrypt-jane coins.  GPUs FTW!

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #37 on: March 07, 2014, 02:26:01 AM »
Thanks HauntingShade! hopefully you can bring some good news soon :)

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #38 on: March 13, 2014, 10:30:51 AM »
@Marc, thanks for your reply, this ASICS fixed me on, it makes now all more sense and i hope the release this year would rock your business!

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« Reply #39 on: March 13, 2014, 10:41:09 AM »
Welcome to the ASIC Games - can someone take the Hunger Games Banner and make a nice Mockup? xD

Guess this is Season 2 already, Season one was Alpha, Fib and Flower, now more and more players are showing up.

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #40 on: March 13, 2014, 12:26:33 PM »
As a European company you should include VAT into the prices.

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« Reply #41 on: March 13, 2014, 12:32:46 PM »
As a European company you should include VAT into the prices.

I think you even have to unless there was a login and you got verified as business, it's misleading.

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #42 on: March 13, 2014, 02:35:08 PM »
Motion to move this thread to project development. It's easier to keeptrack whether it's the real deal or vapor ware.

Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #43 on: March 13, 2014, 06:04:04 PM »
Mining Asics Technologies B.V. starts Pre-Orders for Bitcoin Asic Miner, Scrypt ASIC Miner and Scrypt FPGA Miner on the 12th, March

The Netherlands based company Mining Asics Technologies B.V. (MAT) who announced in February it would be one of the first companies to bring several new Bitcoin Asic miners and Scrypt ASIC miners for Dogecoin, Auroracoin, Feathercoin, Litecoin and other scrypt cryptocurrencies  into the market, today announced it would begin taking pre-orders for their miners with only 35% deposit payment.

The following miners are available at https://www.mining-asics-technologies.com

TITANIUM 1 – 28 nm BITCOIN ASIC MINER 6 TH/s
€ 6.999,00. 35% Deposit – € 2.449,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 6 TH/s
Shipments are planned to start in September of Year 2014.

TITANIUM 2 – 28 nm BITCOIN ASIC MINER 3 TH/s
€ 3.999,00. 35% Deposit – € 1.399,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 3 TH/s
Shipments are planned to start in September of Year 2014.

PLATINUM 1 – FPGA SCRYPT MINER 10 MH/s
€ 2.999,00. 35% Deposit – € 1.049,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 10 MH/s
Shipments are planned to start in August of Year 2014.

PLATINUM 2 – FPGA SCRYPT MINER 30 MH/s
€ 5.999,00. 35% Deposit – € 2.099,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 30 MH/s.
Shipments are planned to start in August of Year 2014.

EXCALIBUR 1 – ASIC SCRYPT MINER 50 MH/s
€ 4.999,00. 35% Deposit- € 1.749,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 50 MH/s
Shipments are planned to start Q3/Q4 of Year 2014.

EXCALIBUR 2 – ASIC SCRYPT MINER 100 MH/s
€ 7.999,00. 35% Deposit- € 2.799,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 100 MH/s
Shipments are planned to start Q3/Q4 of Year 2014.

EXCALIBUR 3 – ASIC SCRYPT MINER 200 MH/s
€ 14.999,00. 35% Deposit- € 5.249,65.
Hashrate minimum guarantee 200 MH/s
Shipments are planned to start Q3/Q4 of Year 2014.

All Asic miners from Mining Asics Technologies B.V. (MAT) are standalone miners, with no need for a host PC. Our miners are designed to work on and come preinstalled with Linux and we will only be providing support for Linux platforms running CGminer. They can be configured with WebGUI via a desktop or mobile device.

Mining Asics Technologies B.V (MAT) said both the hashing rates and delivery times quoted were deliberately conservative estimates
Payments for orders at https://www.mining-asics-technologies.com can be made by Bank Transfer and Bitcoins via BitPay.
The Scrypt Asic miners could be used to mine any other cryptocurrencies using the same scrypt algorithm that were gaining popularity, such as Litecoin, Novacoin, Auroracoin, Feathercoin, Dogecoin and others.

For the development and production of the Bitcoin Asic miners, Scrypt Asic miners and Scrypt FPGA miners Mining Asics Technologies B.V. (MAT) has partnered with German engineering firm Dream Chip Technologies GmbH (DCT). Dream Chip Technologies GmbH (DCT) engineering team consist about 40 highly qualified and skilled resources in hardware, software and mechanical engineering capabilities. A state of the art design center is located at the headquarters to undertake hardware, software and programmable logic design work. Dream Chip Technologies GmbH (DCT) is led by a team of highly experienced professionals in its area of specialization. The Dream Chip Technologies GmbH (DCT) design team have worked on several state of the art designs in the areas of software, systems architecture, involving ASICs and FPGAs.

Some companies in the Bitcoin Asic mining business realm struggled with credibility issues in 2013 bringing cutting-edge equipment to market on time and on price.

This is the reason why Mining Asics Technologies B.V. (MAT) will be accepting only 35% deposits on all orders for their Asic Bitcoin miners and Asic Scrypt miners, with the remaining 65% required 3 months before shipping.

The network’s hashing power for coins like Litecoin, Feathercoin, Dogecoin, Auroracoin and other Scrypt cryptocurrencies would remain GPU-based mining for the first half of 2014, and would not see any significant rises during that time. The difficulty in example 6 months of course will increase, but all that difficulty is not majority based on ASIC hardware like in the Bitcoin network. The whole Litecoin or other Scrypt cryptocurrencies difficulty in 6 months time will be made up only of GPU’s. When we ship our FPGA Scrypt miners or ASIC Scrypt miners it will be more advantageous than any GPU rig, it will be more cost efficient, and much more power efficient.

Our shop is open since Wednesday 12th, March. Time 6 p.m. The Netherlands time. https://www.mining-asics-technologies.com

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Re: New Litecoin Miners from Mining Asics Technologies
« Reply #44 on: March 13, 2014, 06:14:12 PM »
Since these deliveries are not "planned" until the later half of this year, we can safely assume there will be no Scrypt ASICs in 2014.

However, I propose the idea that if and when these ASICs do come out, we promptly abandon any and all Scrypt coins and only mine Scrypt-N or Scrypt-jane coins, whichever ones the ASICs cannot do.

Make them instantly useless, mining coins no one wants anymore.

Yes, I'm a Scrypt ASIC hater. :D