[WTS] 2x BFL Bitcoin Miner [7GHs and 10Ghs], power supplies, various USB Miners and Raspberry Pi Model B for controlling BFL
Can not sell for at least 6 months I need to get these things out of my house. Everything runs perfectly and have been run for about 6 weeks [turned them off back in the summer after running too hot]. I bought them from Butterfly Labs directly at retail price. I am interested in knowing how much I can get for them. Doing some math I think I can get about $300-$350 I will not be making the sale until July, when I can actually get to them and get them shipped out. [No pictures, again just looking for reference prices] What I have: 1x BFL Bitcoin Miner 7GHs (Likely could part for $60) 1x BFL Bitcoin Miner 10GHs (Likely could part for $90) 5x USB Block Eruptors 330MHs (Likely could part with the lot for $35) 2x AntMiner 2GHs [Never used] (Retail on Amazon for $35 each, could sell for $30 each) 1x Raspberry Pi Model B [would probably sell 4GB SD Card, USB Hub, Power Supply, and 16x2 LCD display with it] (Would sell the entire package for $70) Willing to ship US only
Right now I see there is allot of group buys going on, I want to buy the chips but it seems to me Burnin will be hella busy for the next 3-4 months with all the orders he got. Im willing to spend $500-$1000 on a decent asic miner. I know it can be done for under 300, but the difficulty increasing and the time we have to wait is not even worth while. I'll pay USD or Bitcoin, anyone interested? I'm looking for something between 10Ghs-45GHs, If you got the chips or have chips coming and are able to assemble an asic fast let me know, im sure allot of people are interested in this as well, waiting on avalon and bfl is unacceptable, were missing profits
I present to you my journey with Bitcoin mining. About 2 or so years ago a somewhat-more-nerdy-than-me buddy of mine ropes me in to Bitcoins. I installed the client in a few places and let them CPU solo mine for a while. After a few weeks of nothing, I got bored and forgot about it. Then in March this year, I jumped on the bandwagon again (all the while kicking myself for not sticking to it). This time, I figured out BAMT, played on deepbit for a while, learned enough linux to make p2pool run, and generally tweeked with configs in cgminer to make my GPU miners hum (and overheat). Around April, I got suckered in by the BFL pitch and ordered a couple Jalepeno's. After "burning in" my stuff for a good 6 months, I guess they felt guilty and decided to ship them to me. So now I've got these things hooked up to a laptop and the 10GH/s looks awesome after GPU minng (4 GPU's @ 750MH/s ea). The pool rewards tell a different story however (~.002/day). I've purchased a r-pi and plan to see how that'll play out with the ASIC's. The GPU's have been re-tasked to LTC mining. We'll see how that goes. I've come to the conclusion that while the steady and predictable payout of a BTC pool is smart, I'd like to play the lottery and just let my BFL's solo mine for a bit. I mean, how awesome would it be to check it one day and see the line "Found block for pool 0!". Then again, the number of natural 20's I've rolled over the years is shockingly low. Still fun to dream. I imagine I'll return to the pool eventually with my head hung low mumbling "stupid blockchain" TL;DR - mined bitcoins with different tech over time.
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