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SMART Miner 3.0 Bitcoin Miner
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We have the pleasure to present SMART Miner 3.0 ,available on our e-Shop
SMART Miner 3.0 Ultimate Rack Mount 50TH/s Bitcoin Miner
Ultimate 50TH/s bitcoin miners will be supplied in a convenient 4U Rackmount case and fully ready for mining (PSU, control unit, cables and easy setup included).
Plug-and-Mine. It doesn’t matter if your a pro or a newbie in mining Bitcoins – start mining Bitcoins in just 5 minutes. SMART Miner 3.0 Ultimate has a built-in controller and is shipped with pre-installed operating system and software. It is easy to maintain and need only some minor setup.
1xDVI and 1xHDMI ports for monitor connection. 2хUSB 3.0 ports for mouse and keyboard connection. 2xLAN Ethernet for connection a network in cascade mode
SMART Miner 3.0 Ultimate units can be connected in cascade mode by using 100 Mbps Ethernet LAN, in this case they can be controlled by one of the miners.
Hashing Speed
50TH/s
Hashing Algorithm
SHA-256
Embedded PSU
2200 Watts
Estimate power consumption
0.045 Watt per 1GH/s
Chip
10nm HPP (High Performance Process)
Control unit
Embedded, with pre-installed OS and mining software
Data Interface
USB 3.0, Ethernet 100 Mbps
Wireless connection
Wi-Fi (802.11a, 802.11b/g/n, 802.11ac)
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SMART Miner 3.0 Bitcoin Miner
Post reputation: 0 Quote 
Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:22 pm [link]1
We have the pleasure to present SMART Miner 3.0 ,available on our e-Shop
SMART Miner 3.0 Ultimate Rack Mount 50TH/s Bitcoin Miner
Ultimate 50TH/s bitcoin miners will be supplied in a convenient 4U Rackmount case and fully ready for mining (PSU, control unit, cables and easy setup included).
Plug-and-Mine. It doesn’t matter if your a pro or a newbie in mining Bitcoins – start mining Bitcoins in just 5 minutes. SMART Miner 3.0 Ultimate has a built-in controller and is shipped with pre-installed operating system and software. It is easy to maintain and need only some minor setup.
1xDVI and 1xHDMI ports for monitor connection. 2хUSB 3.0 ports for mouse and keyboard connection. 2xLAN Ethernet for connection a network in cascade mode
SMART Miner 3.0 Ultimate units can be connected in cascade mode by using 100 Mbps Ethernet LAN, in this case they can be controlled by one of the miners.
Hashing Speed
50TH/s
Hashing Algorithm
SHA-256
Embedded PSU
2200 Watts
Estimate power consumption
0.045 Watt per 1GH/s
Chip
10nm HPP (High Performance Process)
Control unit
Embedded, with pre-installed OS and mining software
Data Interface
USB 3.0, Ethernet 100 Mbps
Wireless connection
Wi-Fi (802.11a, 802.11b/g/n, 802.11ac)
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Gaming computer 1200 - 1400€

Greetings,
What will you be doing with this PC?
Gaming (League of Legends, World of Warcraft, mostly FPS/MMO)
What is your maximum preferred budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
1200 - 1400€ (tho If you can build something good enough for less I'd love it)
When do you plan on building/buying the PC?
10th september probably
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget?
Kinda needs everythings (from tower(cpu,gpu etc..) to monitor,keyboard (I have the mouse (razer deathadder)))
Which country will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in the US, are you near a Microcenter store?
EU - France
If reusing any parts, what parts will you be reusing? Please be especially specific about the power supply. List make and model. If you have a monitor, list the size/resolution.
I have none
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Yes CPU & GPU
If there's any specific features you want/need from the rig, please list them. Examples might include rear and/or front-panel USB 3.0, a RAID setup, etc.
I don't think so
Do you have any specific case/tower preferences such as a window or LEDs, or do you have a preference for low-noise components?
I prefer low-noise, about the design etc I don't mind
Do you already have a legit and reusable/transferable OS key/license? If yes, what OS?
Yup, I have Windows 7 ultimate & Windows 8 (student :D)
Extra info or specifics:
I prefer an cpu: intel and gpu: amd, i'll also use the gpu for mining (bitcoins) and that would require some watercooling I think ( im not really sure about that)
thanks in advance
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My experience with Bitcoin: How I lost $5k and a potential profit for over $42k.

Happy Dec 1 everyone.
I can't sleep tonight and I have something to get off my chest, so story time.
I got into bitcoin soon after the crash in April. I was very interested in bitcoin and the way it worked and finally decided to buy when the price was around $105-$125 range. I spend $5k total and got around 42btc. That $5k was my life savings but I believed bitcoin was the future. At this time I was still working at my minimum wage job and barely getting by. I wanted a way out of my horrible existent. I wanted to go to school again but I was too worried about paying my bills or if I was going to make it the next month. I thought bitcoin was my way out. I was inspired by the stories of the people that "forgot" their wallet and all of a sudden they were tens or hundred-thousandaires.
While I was doing research I stumbled upon the bitcoin forums bitcointalk.org. I thought about mining bitcoin but didn't have the hardware. I don't have an awesome rig that can and I couldn't afford the asic units that butterfly labs were selling away. After a few weeks I learned that butterfly labs were not to be trusted and asicminer announced they we selling the usb miners. At this time the general consensus was that mining will never be profitable but I bought some anyway with the plans of reselling it. I got into bitcoin stocks because of asicminer. I have a few shares at the time and eventually got more and reinvested the dividends into the 1/100 asicminer. At this time things were looking up. I had a usb miner hashing away and asic miner was going up in price.
After a few weeks I sold my usb miners on ebay and got a good deal on it. I went over my breakeven point and had extra money. So I used the USD to buy more bitcoin with bitinstant. Bitinstant has a meltdown and didnt get my btc in time to reinvest in asicminer. The price shot up to 2.5btc a share and I missed out but it was ok. This is the high point of my life and experience with bitcoin. The dividends from asicminer was helping me pay some of my bills. I had a great investment going and I was richer than I had ever been. Bitcoin was my savior. Bitcoin was my answer. I got so excited about it I told my parents but they were disenchanted. I was met with "Why do you always daydream? Why can't you just go to school and get a real job? Imaginary money, fake money, scam." I'm not that smart so its hard for me to go to college but everyone keeps telling me you have to go to school to get a good job.
Well the next month came and ebay hit me with a 10% fee for successfully selling my stuff. I didn't know about the fee so I was caught off guard and now my bank account is in the negative. I didn't eat for the next few days while I was waiting for my bitcoins to turn into USD and transfer to my account.
I have been spending a lot of time lurking bitcointalk.org and there was news of these new start ups. BTCgarden and Labcoin. I was thinking I'll show my parents that I'm not daydreaming, I'm going to make it big and they won't be disappointed. So I sold all my asicminer shares and had around 90btc all together. I split between the two and when BTCgarden failed I dump the rest into Labcoin. Asicminer was falling in price at this time and I was glad I made it move. At the height of Labcoin I had over 150BTC. I thought I made it. I was happy. The next day burnside [stock exchange operator] announced he was going to close down his exchange and the price for everything plummeted. I didn't find out until a few days later when I was my stocks were worth 1/6 of what they worth. I was destroyed, I didn't know what to do and I was drinking the Labcoin cool-aid hard. I thought that its ok, the price will go back to IPO and I can sell. Months pass and I lost my job. I couldn't focus at work and I was really pissy. Now I'm sitting on useless Labcoin shares and joined with the group of people looking for a lawsuit, knowing full well I'll never get my money back. I lost my apartment last week and I had to go home with my parent (who are rubbing this shit in my face every chance they get. That is the reason why I moved out in the first place). I had the worst thanksgiving ever and I'm not looking forward for Christmas or the New Years. Its hard trying to find a job. I don't know what to do anymore. Its killing me that bitcoin is over $1k. If I had just kept it in my wallet and didn't touch it I would have over $40k now. Hindsight is a bitch.
Thanks for listening. I hope you guys have a better time with bitcoin.
TL;DR: This is not a bitcoin success story. Its a story about my highs and lows and ultimately my failure.
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An opinion on how Bitcoin is good for gaming [xpost r/truegaming]

A few days ago, I was a bit bored (read: procrastinating), and I ended up reading about Bitcoin. For those of you unfamiliar with the topic, the gist is this:
Bitcoin is a decentralized currency based entirely in cyberspace which is derived based on cryptographic hashes. The value is based on whatever value the market as a collective assigns to it, much like most modern currencies (USD, Euro, etc.). Transactions are enacted entirely over p2p systems, so it has useful applications ranging from legal online marketplace deals, to gray-area deals such as Wikileaks donations, to illicit activities on Silk Road, much like real world cash. New bitcoin units are 'mined' by using a computer to crack the encrypted provided by the p2p system.
Summarized from wikipedia and the official site
What applies to gaming is the mining of new coins. Originally users would let their cpu mine out the encryption blocks, but as the difficulty of mining increased, the users had to pool resources and work together. Eventually, someone realized that more efficient mining could be done using a computer's gpu as opposed to the cpu. The reason this was a big step has to do with the gpu's ability to much more effectively crunch the numbers of the encrypted block (for more information read the informative wiki page on it). As more users switched to this method, the difficulty increased to balance the new abilities. Avarice finds a way though, the more devoted users are employing devoted 'mining rigs' to increase profits. Some entrepreneurial souls have started producing and marketing advanced rigs for extreme mining (e.g. ztex and butterflylabs ).
This may not be good for the Bitcoin economy as a whole though, because it generates an upper echelon of powerusers who can afford the economic arms-race, and it may not be ultimately sustainable. BUT, this would be good for gaming because if the arms race continues we could see accelerated the development of gpu technology. This is all conjecture of course, but in my opinion, a Bitcoin bubble may be good for the community as a whole.
Conflict of Interest note: I am not affiliated with Bitcoin and do not personally invest in this currency.
Comment from thread:
You wrongly assume that bitcoins are even a factor in pushing hardware manufacturers to improve. It's not even a drop in the bucket compared to all other more relevant types of software that make use of graphics cards. -FromMars
Reply:
My view was that this niche allows smaller companies to come in and compete with the larger manufacturers (AMD/Nvidia) and bring new ideas to the table for efficient processing. I concede that high end applications will probably drive the gpu industry, but I posit that there is a chance for outside development ideas. -wessubba
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An opinion on how Bitcoin is good for gaming.

A few days ago, I was a bit bored (read: procrastinating), and I ended up reading about Bitcoin. For those of you unfamiliar with the topic, the gist is this:
Bitcoin is a decentralized currency based entirely in cyberspace which is derived based on cryptographic hashes. The value is based on whatever value the market as a collective assigns to it, much like most modern currencies (USD, Euro, etc.). Transactions are enacted entirely over p2p systems, so it has useful applications ranging from legal online marketplace deals, to gray-area deals such as Wikileaks donations, to illicit activities on Silk Road, much like real world cash. New bitcoin units are 'mined' by using a computer to crack the encrypted provided by the p2p system.
Summarized from wikipedia and the official site
What applies to gaming is the mining of new coins. Originally users would let their cpu mine out the encryption blocks, but as the difficulty of mining increased, the users had to pool resources and work together. Eventually, someone realized that more efficient mining could be done using a computer's gpu as opposed to the cpu. The reason this was a big step has to do with the gpu's ability to much more effectively crunch the numbers of the encrypted block (for more information read the informative wiki page on it). As more users switched to this method, the difficulty increased to balance the new abilities. Avarice finds a way though, the more devoted users are employing devoted 'mining rigs' to increase profits. Some entrepreneurial souls have started producing and marketing advanced rigs for extreme mining (e.g. ztex and butterflylabs ).
This may not be good for the Bitcoin economy as a whole though, because it generates an upper echelon of powerusers who can afford the economic arms-race, and it may not be ultimately sustainable. BUT, this would be good for gaming because if the arms race continues we could see accelerated the development of gpu technology. This is all conjecture of course, but in my opinion, a Bitcoin bubble may be good for the community as a whole.
Conflict of Interest note: I am not affiliated with Bitcoin and do not personally invest in this currency.
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