Special Price Promotion for Gridseed G-Blade Miner, Now Available at $1610 USD

11 Apr
2014

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The release of the new Gridseed G-Blade Miner at $3000 USD for a 5 MHS ASIC miner coinciding with the recent price drop of the Bitcoin and other crypto currencies did not make it very attractive for miners to buy. It seems however that Gridseed has figured a way to make the new mining hardware more attractive even in the current market conditions, by offering a limited number of units are a price of just $1610 USD or a little over half of the normal price. The new price finally makes the G-Blade Miner a good alternative to buying a number of the smaller 5-chip ASIC miners to get the same performance at a similar price, one of the most serious complaint from users when the new Blade Miner was initially announced with a retail price of $3000 USD.

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MinerEU, Gridseed official distributor, has announced a five day (11-15 April) special promotion for the new Gridseed G-Blade Miner at $1610 USD. That is a saving of $1390 USD per miner when compared with the $3000 retail price. The stock for this promotion is limited to 2000 miners only, so hurry up and don’t miss your chance. Orders will start shipping globally sometime next week, so this is pretty much the best offer for Scrypt ASIC Miners you can currently get.

For more information about the Gridseed G-Blade Miner special promotion at MinerEU…



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6 Responses to Special Price Promotion for Gridseed G-Blade Miner, Now Available at $1610 USD

dszuecs

April 11th, 2014 at 17:55

Hashra is selling a ‘ready-to-go’ package for 1600$? :)
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Charlie

April 11th, 2014 at 18:46

And to think, I spent this much building a 2MH/s rig that uses 830W… Of course, this is just a rush to get these things out before the lower cost ($/khs), faster speed, and more efficient (khs/W) ones come out later this year.

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QMan

April 11th, 2014 at 20:12

+1 to Charlie’s comment

At $1600, miners might have an opportunity to break even so I don’t see this limited time and units special having any meaning. Anyone that understands that difficulty levels will only go up with these devices mining scrypt, knows that the price on these units has to go down from $1600 for Gridseed to continue sales. Look at the price of the 5-chip Gridseed miners just one month after they were selling for $250 each because of these blade miners.

This is the start of Bitcoin ASIC miner deja vu and we all know how that turned out. Personally, I’d rather stay with APU miners and have the flexibility to move to newer, more profitable coins that will be developed to get away from the ASIC rat race.

9600

April 12th, 2014 at 16:04

It is temping to setup an APU farm at times. I hash well over 100KH using an A8+8750M. You can certainly achieve the density if you can source the APUs.

TC

April 17th, 2014 at 08:00

Can you run these blades from your computer running other single 5 chip gridseeds or do you have to run them off a controller? Also can you run one off a ATX power supply PCI-e to barrel like the single unitd

admin

April 17th, 2014 at 10:39

TC, these are pretty much used the same way as the smaller 5-chip models. You can use them with a PC, or with an external controller, have multiple different units connected to a single system and you can use an ATX power supply for powering them up.

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