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For Sale:
9 ASIC USB Miners + Anker 9 Port USB Hub [SOLD]

Will Ship To: Anywhere

Alright guys here it is. I've made my ROI with these plus extra money and they have just been lying around so I figure I'll sell these to someone who wants to start out mining without having an increase in their electric bill or someone who wants to add some more miners in addition to their GPU's. I truly believe in Bitcoin and would like to get more people to be as passionate about them as me so that is why I have decided to let these go at a great price.

First off, I would like to say that there is one port on the Anker hub that doesn't work. It came like that out of the box. Didn't feel like sending it in to get replaced so I just dealt with it. You are going to receive the original box and everything that came with it and their is an 18 month manufacturers warranty so if you did want to replace it you can. If they ask for proof of purchase I can help you out with that and send over the invoice from amazon.

The hub goes for $60. Here is a link to the exact model you will receive:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005NGQWL2/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The USB Miners are rated at 333Mhash each for a total 2997Mhash from all of the miners. The pools I mined at usually reported a hash of 3300Mhash though. I've seen some of the miners hash as high as 600Mhash each and as low as 300Mhash so they aren't restricted to 333Mhash. Looking around the web I see one of these USB Miners going for as low as $28 and as high as $32.

With the purchase you will receive help from me to set these up and get everything running smoothly. YOU CAN use these at the same time you are mining with your GPU's. I ran all 9 of these along with 3 7950's all mining at the same time.

Everything is in mint condition. No scratches, no dents, no war scars. The only thing is the defect of the Anker 9 port hub (which you can RMA if you wish). I ran 8 of the miners in the hub and the last one in a USB port on my motherboard and encountered no issues.

These only use 0.5w per miner for a total of 4.5w for all the miners. A light bulb is typically 60 watts. That should give you an idea of how little power these use. Power consumption can put a large dent in your mining profits, but that is something you won't have to worry about with these. Compare that to the hundreds of watts a 7950 uses while mining and you will see why these USB Miners are so popular.

Another thing I would like to mention is that I chose a hub this expensive for a good reason. These miners require 0.5amps per port. Anything less and you risk damaging the miners, the hub, or worse. This hub supplies 0.9amps per port which makes it top of the line and the best option for USB Miners.

Lastly, I would like to say this: DO NOT try to mine Bitcoins with this. There is so much GHash on the bitcoin network that you will make almost no money. Choose one of the MANY SHA-256 coins and mine one of them and then trade the coin that you mined for bitcoin at an exchange and THAT is how you will make money. I would recommend mining every new SHA-256 coin that is released for a day or two and then hold and wait until it gets on an exchange.

Here is a list of all the SHA-256 coins you can mine:
https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/179-sha-256-cryptocoins/

The buyer will receive each box for every individual USB Miners along with the box for the Anker hub. These USB Miners can be up and running within ten minutes after receiving them and are a super simple solution for someone interested in mining.

Now lets do some math on the retail price of all this equipment.

9 USB Miners x $28 per miner = $252
Anker 9 Port USB Hub = $60
$252 +$60 = $312

I am willing to sell all this to someone for $150 shipped. MUCH LESS than I paid for it.

Spread the word of Bitcoin. It quite possibly will be a large part of the future.

Overstock.com is accepting Bitcoin now as well as many other stores. It can only grow from here!
post #2 of 16
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Oops posted this in the wrong section. Well I guess it sort of makes sense since GPU's are for mining too?

Mods feel free to move this to other components or any other category. Sorry!
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I should have mentioned this before, but I really don't want to ship this internationally.

Still available.
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