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[US-IN] [H] Gridseed ASIC Chip Bitcoin Miner and Power supply [W] PayPal, Google Wallet, Venmo
I have this bitcoin/dogecoin/ect. miner. It works great, I just dont want it anymore. It has 5 ASIC chips, a heatsink and a fan. It has a Bitcoin mode, Other mode, and a hybrid mode where it does both at the same time. Selling the miner and the needed power supply for it. Looking for $20-25 shipped depending on location Timestamp and other photos EDIT: SOLD
[USA-ME] [H] Gridseed (Scrypt), Antminer U2 (Bitcoin) USB ASIC miners [W] Paypal
http://imgur.com/a/Q1EV0 Perfect for learning about how ASIC mining works, or just playing with bitcoin/litecoin/dogecoin mining. Just a note that these devices are working but I can't really offer support on them, but are being sold as working properly.. anyway. Prices shipped in US. 2 1 Gridseed - $30 each One without fan is available. Antminer U2 - $40 sold The two gridseeds (one has a fan installed, other does not) are technically dual purpose. You can mine LTC or BTC with it. I only did LTC which is low power (6 watts). Run around 330 Kh/s LTC. I didn't use the BTC but i believe those run at about 6 Gh/s in bitcoin mode. But then they end up using about 60 watts a piece. Fan isn't really needed running in LTC mode. BTC mode it gets a bit hotter and would need the fan. Includes a little 12v wall wart for each and USB cable. The USB Antminer U2 runs at about 2 Gh/S running off of USB power.
5 chip USB Gridseed Miner for Scrypt / Asic for Bitcoin Litecoin SHA BTC LTC DOGE alts - 37k doge
Anyone interested in this? I was going to sell it to some guy in Russia but before I dive down that hole, I wanted to offer it to the community first. I was thinking in the neighborhood of 37,000 doge or so, I think I paid double or triple than that originally. It looks like this: Gridseed miner Basically 5 watts of power (less? without the fans) for 300KH/s of Scrypt mining or 11GH/s of SHA-256 (bitcoin) mining. Let me know soon before I let it go.
Used grid seed blade 5.2 Mhs miner. $175 shipped Photos Originally purchased last summer. Hasn't been used since Christmas. Works how it should. Comes with the power supplies to run it, as well as the USB cables.
[SG] Anyone interested in buying a Gridseed Miner Pre-Sale. Scrypt only: 350Kh/s or Dual Mode Bitcoin(8Gh/s) and Scrypt(300Kh/s)?
These sell for $250 if you can find them for sale (the first batch is sold out). I'll have a few at the end of March which is the first round of deliveries. This is a Pre-Sale as I won't have them until the end of March. Does anyone want to buy one of these from me for Doge? Open to offers, but most likely will be turned down if they are lower than $250 worth of Doge. Thanks and open to all feedback. http://imgur.com/yxoDMh7
Hey guys, I'm just wondering if it is more worth it to use my gridseed miner for bitcoin-only or for litecoin-only mining. Currently I have it mining bitcoin-only at about 10.9 gh/s, but the spec list claims it can do 340 kh/s of scrypt-only mining. I don't pay for my own electricity so that factor doesn't matter at the moment. Thanks for any help you can offer
Gridseed becomes supporting sponsor in Bitcoin 2014 conference
Gridseed, a Chinese company in chips development and mining device manufacture, will attend the Bitcoin 2014 conference, hosted in Amsterdam from 15 to 17 May, as a supporting sponsor. This is the first show of Chinese mining device company on the top international Bitcoin stage. Bitcoin 2014 is the annual international digital currency forum, exhibition and networking conference, organised by the Bitcoin Foundation. This is the worldwide top summit in fintech industry. Last year, Bitcoin 2013, which is the inaugural conference, was held in Silicon Valley and attracted over 1,200 attendees, speakers and exhibitors. The topic for 2014 conference is ‘building digital economy’. In addition to supporting sponsor, Gridseed also sponsor the first annual Blockchain Award organised by Bitcoin Foundation and Blockchain.info. This inaugural award is set for celebrating the creation and excellence in Bitcoin community. Gridseed is the only company in the world that owns all the three generations of crypto-currency chips. It also has the capacity of whole industrial chain operation and is limbed with a very stable team for selling mining devices and even, going one-step further, for deployment of the devices at the customer doorstep. Gridseed has created several ‘First’ in this industry: Gridseed team is the first one that developed and produced ASIC chips for Bitcoin mining and the first one who developed ASIC chips for Litecoin mining. The well-known Gridseed mini USB mining machine was released for ready on sale in middle January 2014 and sold to more than 40 countries and regions. The current product G-Blade mining machine (‘Little Black’) is also hot selling. Gridseed CEO Frank Lee said that to attend the Bitcoin 2014 conference was not only an indication of Gridseed’s leading position in the field of mining chips and device, but also a declaration that China has won a place in worldwide digital economy.