BitFury USB Bitcoin Miner – The Most Powerful USB Miner Available to Date

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[INSTOCK] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321551.0

[NEW] RedFury Production VIDEO; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp0pM6UHono

Big Picture Mining Cooperative is proud to announce the BF1 USB Bitcoin miner – the most powerful USB miner in the World: Design Engineer: Andreas Auer, Manufacturing: Kevin Madden, Firmware tweaks: c-scape, Factory testing: Kevin & Tiyo Triyanto.

This BTC miner will operate in a normal USB2 port without external power supply and is 7 – 8 times faster than anything else of its class currently available on the BTC mining hardware market. It is configured to operate with BFGminer and is completely plug and play.These items are now “in-hand” and ready for express shipment to worldwide customers. No more pre-pay, pre order bullshit for vapourware, At BPMC we understand these kind of sales tactics are bad for your Chi.

Send your order/enquiry request to redfury@outlandjava.com

20 COMMENTS

  1. You would be better off taking all the money you are spending on electric and multiple GPUs and just buy some Bitcoins from on-line sellers and then wait for the price to go up. You will go broke real quick if you think you can make a profit on mining by spending a lot on a bunch of GPUs and running them 24 hours 7 days a week.

  2. I'd like to know how I get these to even work 🙁
    I got hold of 2 bluefury sticks. Took ages to find a way to get Windows to accept them – they are shown as working under device manager & printers & devices.

    However they just time out on both Bitminter and BFGminer.

    Have tried them on 2 different machines – a socket 775 and a 1366. Same problem in USB 2 ports, 3 ports and powered hubs.

  3. Each one is 2.2 Ghash to 2.7 Ghash so it'd be 2.2 to 2.7 x 16 = between 35.2 Ghash to 43.2 Ghash.

    As for how many bitcoins.. Depends on whether you run them 24/7 and what the current difficulty is.

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