Author Topic: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)  (Read 13777 times)

Offline lamaa1

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #15 on: July 09, 2014, 08:14:53 PM »
Low cost Scrypt (N) mining solution:  11 995 $

Is this low cost now a days? O.o

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2014, 01:52:59 PM »
No, low cost is what you get for Scrypt N Mining.
Prices on Nicehash are constantly going down, following the Prices für Scrypt Mining.

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2014, 02:22:04 PM »
Can it mine X11 & X13 too????

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2014, 03:19:50 PM »
So the price went up to $11995 or stays at $9995? It s a hell of a machine but need for picture and proof of concept before anyone orders!

pecifications

    Hashrate: 1024 Mhash/s for Scrypt (N)
    Uses a Standard ATX power supply (customer supplied ATX)
    Network:  RJ45 10/100 Ethernet port
    Mining Software:  CGminer with web-based management interface
    Controller Board OS: Linux (embedded) and other spec coming soon
    Payment for this product is Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin and bank transfer only
    Limited batch to 1020 units
Wolf V1  is an ASIC Scrypt Mining Hardware to mine Scrypt and Scrypt-N (Adaptive N-factor) based cryptocurrencies such as :
Shipping Schedule

Ship date in Q4 of  2014.

EhsMiner reserve the right to increase the Hashrate & performance at any time

The preorders of Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 will be open soon.

Ethical hacking service is a France based company with its headquarters located in Paris. The founder of the company was born in Tunisia and now lives in France. We are specialized in computer security and have been interested in the worldwide promotion and adoption of cryptocurrency since 2009.
 
 The company was founded by Haikel Ben Hmida, an IT graduate with a goal to provide innovative and specialised products (hardware) to the cryptocurrency industry. He then gathered invaluable contacts, partnerships, and designs and produced the most powerful ASIC miners for all the cryptocurrencies based on the Scrypt &  Scrypt-N Algorithms.
 
Ethical Hacking Service (Pentest), is  a company incorporated and registered in France and Wales with company number 79860307200017 . Our registered office address is 5 Rue Feutrier 75018 Paris, France. Our VAT number is FR 20798603072.


9995 $ for Wolf v1 [ltc]
sorry fot the links

https://www.ehsminer.com/
https://www.ehsminer.com/product/ehs-asic-scrypt-miner-vi/

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2014, 10:47:13 PM »
More preorder BS. lol  ;D ;D ;D

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #20 on: July 11, 2014, 01:43:14 AM »
I don't get it, in March, there was a post on your site showing a fancy $10K FPGA dev kit:

https://www.ehsminer.com/ehsminer-our-first-asic-scrypt-n-miner-wolf-v1-devoted-to-all-crypto-currencies-based-on-the-scrypt-and-scrypt-n-algorithms-1-ghs-upgradable-until-3-ghs/

And there is a few lines about how it's based on Intel's 22nm process.  Are you suggesting that you'll be shipping your products on FPGAs or prototyping on the Achronix and going full custom ASIC?   Are you still on track to show hashing on your FPGA by the end of the month?




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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #21 on: July 11, 2014, 01:43:54 PM »
I don't get it, in March, there was a post on your site showing a fancy $10K FPGA dev kit:

https://www.ehsminer.com/ehsminer-our-first-asic-scrypt-n-miner-wolf-v1-devoted-to-all-crypto-currencies-based-on-the-scrypt-and-scrypt-n-algorithms-1-ghs-upgradable-until-3-ghs/

And there is a few lines about how it's based on Intel's 22nm process.  Are you suggesting that you'll be shipping your products on FPGAs or prototyping on the Achronix and going full custom ASIC?   Are you still on track to show hashing on your FPGA by the end of the month?

I thing this is their fpga demo but they are speculating on the final hashrate.

How many cores are generating 1024 mhs? Is that number of the fpga chip or is that a theoretical number for the final masked asic?

You say Q4 but I've seen Q5 mentioned as well. What guarantees do you provide if you can't delivery by end of Q4.

There needs to be much more information if you want to establish credibility with us.

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #22 on: July 14, 2014, 06:42:30 PM »
guys please don`t fall on this trap ...

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #23 on: July 15, 2014, 08:20:32 PM »
i its real i will contact them for review - then we will see

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #24 on: July 16, 2014, 06:16:17 AM »
I hope i don't even have to add this if you invest money into this at that stage you can just go outside and burn it...wait, observe, judge.

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #25 on: July 23, 2014, 09:59:12 PM »
Salut,

des nouvelles sur l'avancement de ce projet ?

Photos, spec un peu plus précises et complètes, etc...


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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #26 on: July 24, 2014, 12:17:13 PM »
This guy seems to be launching an ad-campaign on several websites that deal in ASICs, and I don't think that's quite appropriate for a project that by all appearances, hasn't even been completely prototyped yet.  How in the world would I expect that hashrate to be accurate without any evidence or prototype?  You'd have to be seriously stupid to order this at this point.  Wait and see people.  I expect some number-slashing of hashrate at best, a complete vanishing-act scam at worst.  Only time will tell.

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #27 on: July 24, 2014, 12:58:02 PM »
This guy seems to be launching an ad-campaign on several websites that deal in ASICs, and I don't think that's quite appropriate for a project that by all appearances, hasn't even been completely prototyped yet.  How in the world would I expect that hashrate to be accurate without any evidence or prototype?  You'd have to be seriously stupid to order this at this point.  Wait and see people.  I expect some number-slashing of hashrate at best, a complete vanishing-act scam at worst.  Only time will tell.

He is trying to get funded by crowd sourcing preorders. He isn't even guaranteed to get enough capital to do NRE so if he doesn't get enough then delays start.  Or he just disappears with the money

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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #28 on: July 28, 2014, 09:55:22 AM »
I want to laugh out loud on this i asked them about its legitimacy

They replied




We totally understand your concern and we hope these information below answer your questions.

To validate our legitimacy, you can check the information on our company on the site ehsminer, we installed an extended Validation Certificate EV-SSL for all which is issued COMODOO website,you should trust only those sites that have this type of certificate. You can click the browser bar and see the information on our company.

You can also contact us by phone for further information. You'll find our telephone number and the time of opening in the contact page of our WebSite. 
A green bar indicates that the site is trading approved and it is not a scam.



What does an SSL cert. prove at all?


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Re: Asic Scrypt Miner Wolf V1 1024 Mh/s (1GH)
« Reply #29 on: July 28, 2014, 10:00:15 AM »
That you spent around 99$, got the company registered somewhere public (good) and picked up the phone to say "Yes, thats me" and recite the address ;D