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September 29th, 2014

potch alias yolo=’git commit -am “DEAL WITH IT” && git push -f origin master’

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity When they stop buying your units, it’s the manufacturer’s problem. Have to dump more money into R&D.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity Not exactly; it’s a bit self defeating b/c the more you sell, the ROI of each unit decreases.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity If you CAN manufacture them, it makes sense to sell if you went into debt to do so or if you think price will drop

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity That’s why ASICs are scarce - there are few fabrication plants churning out silicon for SHA256 hashing.

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@flyosity …unless, of course, they use the machines until they’re nearly unprofitable and THEN ship them out.

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@flyosity It honestly makes little sense for someone who manufactures money minting machines to sell them to other people.

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@flyosity Many have speculated that this is a common practice for ASIC manufacturers who “pre-sell” their hardware.

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