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ASIC miners are worth investing only at bulk prices , Not ''normal'' price. This buisnes is for realy BiG investors only. For now 900USD is maximum I can pay for this kind of ASIC.
On other hand ETH will go POS for Sure within 6-7 months then any ASIC invest is wasting money.
Unfortunately, since the D3, the ASIC game has been whittled down to... Only buy if first batch, Mine until you get your costs back and then sell at twice what you paid for it to some poor stupid sucker. Not something that interests me.
Asic as long as it could not get roi within 3 months, so beware of fork. But for ETH, it will be like BTC....no fork cause the market is already huge. CMIIW.
But E3 is not impressive cause only 180mhz.
In the bitcointalk.org thread on the A10, one of the innosilicon presentation slides showed the prices in yuan for all three variants, someone then posted the conversion to USD in the bitcointalk thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4722666.0
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