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Found 20k IN BTC, Should spend $15,000 on a "2th/s ASIC Miner" ?

So I came across a file on my desktop that contained a wallet with 29 bitcoin. I want to invest it ALL. I've started building altcoin/scrypt miners, but I want more...
I have done a lot of research and searching for some good deals on an ASIC miner. I had not found anything until a listing went up on ebay for a 1 th ASIC miner for $8000.
I immediately contacted the seller and asked him questions. Upon answering all of my questions, I receieved an email shortly after his. It was from ebay saying that his account was compromised or something. Well I did some research on the seller and found his website with the same listings he had on ebay (all of which were taken down at this point). I then found his phone number and address on the site and figured I'd give him a call.
I called and left a voicemail. Five or ten minutes went by and he called back. Initially, he focused heavily on establishing his credibility and expressed several forms of sympathy as would any con-artist. He did however explain that he owns a company that sells rendering services for movie productions and companies (it's completely legit) Nonetheless, we got into specifics after I was sure he was credible.
He gets the ASIC Miners pre-built and assembled in the United Kingdom. They take 10-14 days to be built and shipped from the UK after he places the order. The miners are shipped to him in Virginia (just four hours away from me). I can pick it up at a UPS store through a notary service or have it shipped USPS express. The final price would be $15,000 for two 1 th/s ASIC miners that consume 350watts each.
Fellow reddit miners:
Should I buy these ASIC miners?
Is this a wise investment considering how fast the difficulty of mining is increasing?
Appreciate your input,
-Ted
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Are the socalled "Bitcoin Block Erupter USB ASICminer" legitimate?

I've been interested in BitCoins for a while, but haven't quite taken the time to get to understand it fully. I recently found this on eBay, which looks a bit less complicated. Link for eBay auction Would this be a good "starting device", and would it be able to net in any profits? If so, how much (little)?
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Just found 20k in BTC, should I buy a 2 th ASIC Miner for $15,000 ?

So I came across a file on my desktop that contained a wallet with 29 bitcoin. I want to invest it ALL. I've started building altcoin/scrypt miners, but I want more...
I have done a lot of research and searching for some good deals on an ASIC miner. I had not found anything until a listing went up on ebay for a 1 th ASIC miner for $8000.
I immediately contacted the seller and asked him questions. Upon answering all of my questions, I receieved an email shortly after his. It was from ebay saying that his account was compromised or something. Well I did some research on the seller and found his website with the same listings he had on ebay (all of which were taken down at this point). I then found his phone number and address on the site and figured I'd give him a call.
I called and left a voicemail. Five or ten minutes went by and he called back. Initially, he focused heavily on establishing his credibility and expressed several forms of sympathy as would any con-artist. He did however explain that he owns a company that sells rendering services for movie productions and companies (it's completely legit) Nonetheless, we got into specifics after I was sure he was credible.
He gets the ASIC Miners pre-built and assembled in the United Kingdom. They take 10-14 days to be built and shipped from the UK after he places the order. The miners are shipped to him in Virginia (just four hours away from me). I can pick it up at a UPS store through a notary service or have it shipped USPS express. The final price would be $15,000 for two 1 th/s ASIC miners that consume 350watts each.
Fellow reddit miners:
Should I buy these ASIC miners?
Is this a wise investment considering how fast the difficulty of mining is increasing?
Appreciate your input,
-Ted
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ASICMiner Blade Questions

Hi there, im new to BTC mining, but would really like to go down the route of getting myself a dedicated miner, in the region of 7-10 GHash/s. An ASIC mining blade looks ideal for my needs, but im unsure on the setup required for such a device. Do you simply grab a PSU and Ethernet cable and go, or is more set up required? What about a structure to support the blade? Any recommendations and help welcomed :). Example Below:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ASICMiner-Blade-Bitcoin-Miner-Single-Unit-10-7GH-sec-Approx-Latest-Model-/161149872759?pt=UK_Computing_Other_Computing_Networking&hash=item258547ea77
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Gumtree and bitCoin :)

Basically I wanted to sell my ASIC miner on gumtree. but my Add kept removed from the site. so I have asked them why. here is a transcript of the chat :)
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• Rossana P: Hello, you are chatting with Rossana, how can I help? Kindly provide your ad id or email address if you haven’t already provided these details on the pre-chat form.
• You: Hi there, i have question regarding my add which has been removed
• You: Ive checked the allowed items on your gumtree : http://gumtree.force.com/Help/articles/General_Information/Items-not-allowed-on-GumtreeYou: and cannot find anything regarding my product that i wanted to sell
• Rossana P: Let me take a look at that for youYou: yes please
• Rossana P: Your ad was removed as we do not allow bit coins and other online points to be sold. Therefore items that contain this are not allowed
• Rossana P: are you there?
• You: sorryYou: yes
• You: it is not bitcoin
• You: its a device which can be purchased from your sister website ebay.
• You: REf: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Butterfly-Labs-BitForce-60-GH-s-BFL-ASIC-Miner-In-UK-/271306181008?pt=UK_Computing_Other_Computing_Networking&hash=item3f2b1bc990You: it is listed as computing and other computing hardware
• Rossana P: let me check for you
• You: sure!
• Rossana P: I have looked into this for you and as you can receive bitcoins with the device and we do not allow bitcoins, we cannot allow your item
• Rossana P: I apologise for any inconvenience caused
• You: This product does not explicitly receives bitcoin. it is a sha256 processor which designed to perform calculations. having said that it can be used for bitcoin calculations.
• You: you are allowing computer to be sold, bit coins can be gained from computers too
• Rossana P: Yes, however as it can be used for bit coins we do not allow it. I apologise for the inconvenience caused. We will gladly allow other ads posted by you however in this case we cannot
• You: may i know the difference between allowing computers and not allowing ASIC devices?
• You: just to inform you.. Mobile phones could be used to produce bit coins
• Rossana P: I can imagine that this can be frustrating to encounter however we cannot allow your ad. I will forward on your feedback
• You: You took the time to give me an answer for which I didn't questioned.
• You: Computers, mobile phones, graphic cards can be used to gain bitcoins.. why would you restrict ASIC devices only?
• Rossana P: these are our posting rules and as this devices can be used for bit coins we do not allow it.You:http://gumtree.force.com/Help/articles/General_Information/Items-not-allowed-on-GumtreeYou: is your restriction. could you please point me out where exactly i can find about this device?You: on your restriction list*
• Rossana P: The item is not named in the list however it can be related to virtual merchandise due to bit coins which we do not allow
• You: define merchandise.
• You: it has nothing to do with VIRTUAL merchandise
• You: it is an actual product which is capable of perform complex calculations. it can be used for mathematical purposes, educational purposes anything but calculations
• Rossana P: As advised these are our terms and conditions and we cannot allow you ad to go live as the item can be used for bit coins we do not allow. I apologise for any inconvenience caused and I can imagine that this can be frustrating , however this does not comply with our posting rules as advised by our policy review team, with whom I have consulted. for this reason I cannot advise you further or otherwise on the matter.You: would i be able to take legal action against you? because you haven't listed the item on your restriction list. And failing to give provide a correct statement.
• Rossana P: As advised we do not allow the ad as it can be used for bit coins which we do not allow. I cannot advise you further or otherwise on the matter, for that reason I will have to terminate this chat
And disconnected :D
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Looking at starting on some small kit any help

I'm currently running bitminter and only getting around 19Mhps. So I was looking at investing in 2 of these -
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ASIC-Miner-Block-Erupter-bitcoin-333Mhps-/131090797528?pt=UK_Computing_Other_Computing_Networking&hash=item1e859ed3d8
Would it be worth a try? And is there any way to get a better rate on my GPU? It's a GeForce GTX 650.
Any help would be great as I've very little knowledge in this area but I'm reading up on the wiki pages over the next few days.
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Which ASIC would you recommend, if any? Moreover, would you recommend them to a novice miner as a learning experience?

Hey /BitcoinBeginners,
I come to you as a novice, eager to learn. I've been quite excited to somehow join the ranks of those who have embraced crypto-currencies. Not only does it hold a lot of promise for the future, but it seems like a very interesting endeavour. I've had a few barriers to entry (can't find a single reasonably priced 6950/6970), so I can't partake in a big way. However, I'd still like to try my hand at it in an educational manner.
This is where my question comes in. I've got a Raspberry Pi lying around and I've found a guide to turn it into a simple and cheap mining rig. The guide requires an ASIC, and I've found these ( 1 & 2 ) two. Would anyone vouch for either? If not, I'm open to suggestions and advice.
Many thanks in advance.
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