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Another ASIC manufacturer enters the bitcoin mining device market

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If it is proved to be true another manufacturer has entered the ASIC bitcoin mining device arena.  According to a post made today on BitcoinTalk by a forum member called PrimeAsic they have just become another device suppler and they already have their devices built and in stock.

The post (quoted below) does not include the cost of the new devices (see the update at the end) but according to PrimeAsic the units will be capable of 80 GH/s each and they are currently using them to mine at Ozcoin.  That possibly explains the high hash user that appeared a few weeks ago.

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Hello Everyone!

I’m posting to announce our ASIC product, PrimeAsic which does up to 80Ghash/s using a little over 800W power.

We are a Hungary based company, started developing this project in 2012 June, finished it without ANY pre-order money at all. Now the units are ready to ship, or to be picked up locally.

Our webpage is currently being developed as I post here, please give us a day so it will be fully finished.

Domains owned by us: bitasic.com, btcasic.com, 80gigahash.com, primeasic.com

All other names are not owned by us, and are possible scam attempts to misuse our name.
I will constantly post with pictures of the miner equipment, specifications, prices, company details and if requested the registration certificate, phone number, address for local pickup and I will try to respond to every questions you may have.
And at last, here is a proof of it mining:



You can go to ozco.in pool, check the user top 20 and see us there:)

Mining will be stopped after our page comes live.
Stay tuned for more info!

primeasic

While they have no website or logo yet they have provided us with a few screen shots contained below of the miner in operation at Ozcoin.





PrimeASIC is from Hungry making this the first European ASIC hardware manufacturer and they apparently managed to do all of their development without taking a single pre order.

UPDATE: Their web site says that the devices will be selling for €1249.
Source http://mineforeman.com/2013/03/04/another-asic-manufacturer-enters-the-bitcoin-mining-device-market/
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First! Yeeah.
No one on the bitcointalk forum seems to even be aware of this yet, they're all caught up in the Avalon/BFL flame war, so I'll ask Here if anyone knows anyone who has any hands-on with these units yet? Apparently, from their site, they've been so swamped they've had to turn people away from Local Pick-Up... So there Have to be some people out there with their hot little hands on these things, and putting them to work.
How 'bout it? Anyone we know? Hungarian miners, What's Up? You guys are the ones to take advantage of this local option, and apparently you have, so what's the News? Nothing on YouTube yet, Just checked...

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First! Yeeah.
No one on the bitcointalk forum seems to even be aware of this yet, they're all caught up in the Avalon/BFL flame war, so I'll ask Here if anyone knows anyone who has any hands-on with these units yet? Apparently, from their site, they've been so swamped they've had to turn people away from Local Pick-Up... So there Have to be some people out there with their hot little hands on these things, and putting them to work.
How 'bout it? Anyone we know? Hungarian miners, What's Up? You guys are the ones to take advantage of this local option, and apparently you have, so what's the News? Nothing on YouTube yet, Just checked...




Oh we're very much aware of "PrimeASIC" since his scam has been going on since the beginning of march.


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