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Evolution of Bitcoin Mining Hardware Companies

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Evolution of Bitcoin Mining Hardware Companies

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5 Bitcoin Mining Hardware Companies for Crypto Miners

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Why are all the bitcoin mining hardware companies based in China? /r/BitcoinMining

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Bitcoin Mining Hardware Companies: a Customer’s Roundup: Black Arrow vs Virtual Mining Corporation (VMC) vs HashFast vs Bitmine vs KnCMiner vs Alpha Technology vs CoinTerra

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Is It Just Me or Phoenix Technologies (Chinese) Bitcoin Mining Hardware company is SCAM!

Hi,
I am myself an example. Recently in November I made a purchase from the website, and I spoke with their tech support, and they said I made to batch#1, which meant that I would get an email in the beginning of December about my item being shipped.
So far I have not received an email from them, and to top it all up, when I go to their website: http://bitcoinminingcenter.com the internet explorer tells me, page cannot be displayed.
So my question is, are they a scam? Did they actually run off with everyone's bitcoins.
If anyone know something please let me know, spread the word.
If only the bitcoin foundation had implement BIP 0070 upgrade in the bitcoin software, maybe there could had been some assurance I could get my bitcoins back. Well if you read about BIP 0070 in the wiki page, you will see it will implement a way for merchants that do transactions with bitcoins to be able to do refunds of bitcoins.
I hope that the company is legit, and that they are having trouble with their website.
If other people are getting the same error message that the page cannot be display please let me know, I will follow up in submitting a complaint with the FBI.
Thanks.
Thanks.
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Bitcoin mining hardware giant Bitmain said Monday that it signed a $17.7 million deal with Riot Blockchain, a publicly-traded company that mines bitcoin, to purchase "8,000 next generation Bitmain Antminer S19 Pros." (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

Bitcoin mining hardware giant Bitmain said Monday that it signed a $17.7 million deal with Riot Blockchain, a publicly-traded company that mines bitcoin, to purchase submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Want to sue BFL too? I purchased a 1 year hosting contract, this might be important to you too!

Can I sue Butterfly Labs bitcoin mining hardware company?
I purchased a 1 year hosting contract from BFL, the order is still processing.
A hosting contract is a service where the company, or another company in connection with Butterfly Labs host the mining hardware for you and you earn bitcoins for 1 year.
The problem is that in their FAQ page, they refer to a company, website: kcmocolo.com. However, when you try to go to that website, it redirects to another company, called netsolus.com. I spoke with netsolus.com customer service, they said that they are not going to host for BFL, and that, as the customer care rep said, BFL might be hosting its own miners.
So the question is, will BFL actually host its own miners?
If they are not, then I might just had lost my money, since the 1 year hosting contract is a pre-order.
But, if BFL is being sued by this other guy, then could I still have a way of claim damages if BFL does not deliver service, even though it was a pre-order?
Link to other guy that sue: http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1u4v0o/i_sued_bfl_in_kansas_jurisdiction_and_won/
Don't know, and it does not say, whether that person's lawsuit relates to a 1 year hosting contract or the purchase of bitcoin miner.
If I can sue BFL, I want to sue for damages and attorney's fee paid by them, for the incurred lost, that is in the event they don't deliver service.
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On decentralization: Bitcoin specialized laptops or mining hardware might not be as good as you think they are (they can be sending your crypto balance information to big companies)

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4/23/14 - Bitcoin into space, Atlas ATS pushes forward, & Dorian Nakamoto says thank you

Video: http://www.moneyandtech.com/apr23-news-update/
Here are today's top news stories in Money & Tech:
The blockchain is headed for space. Jeff Garzik’s Dunvegan Space Systems is partnering with Deep Space Industries to build satellites called ‘BitSats’ that will be launched into space as a backup bitcoin orbital system. From orbit, these BitSats will be able to broadcast out transaction data from the blockchain to any users with a downlink. Garzik made the first payment to Deep Space Industries via BitPay, where he is also a senior software developer, and is now accepting bitcoin donations to help complete the project.
Bitcoin trading platform Atlas ATS has formed a partnership with The National Stock Exchange to speed up regulatory approval. By partnering with this self-regulatory organization, Atlas ATS hopes to bypass FinCEN's money-transmitting license in favor of SEC-approved rules that are more tailored to digital currency exchanges. Kraken and CoinMKT are also taking this route, as several exchanges race to become the first fully regulated digital currency exchange.
Nine state banking officials from the US Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), including New York Superintendent Ben Lawsky, have launched the Emerging Payments Task Force. The new task force plans to investigate bitcoin and other virtual currencies in the hopes of developing state regulation best practices, as well as more educational resources. The discussion will begin with a public hearing on May 16th in Chicago.
With the reluctance of Irish banks to accept bitcoin, ATM provider BitVendo and safe deposit box facility Merrion Vaults have partnered to provide cold storage to BitVendo's local cryptocurrency users. The service allows users to store their bitcoins safely in Merrion Vaults' high quality and secure safe deposit vault in Dublin.
Butterfly Labs has been on rocky ground since this month's lawsuit against the bitcoin mining hardware company, accusing it of collecting payments for false orders and using customer equipment for their own mining. This recent lawsuit is only the latest accusation of fraud against the Kansas-based company. What's more, co-founder Sonny Vleisides has been found in violation of his probation since pleading guilty to one count of mail fraud in 2010, which will likely extend his probation another two years.
Dorian Nakamoto, the man famously falsely identified as bitcoin's creator, has filmed a YouTube video with Andreas Antonopoulos to thank the bitcoin community for its support. Antonopoulos led a fundraising campaign for Nakamoto that raised over 47 bitcoins - worth nearly $23,000 dollars - in a new bitcoin wallet that Nakamoto says he will keep open as a new bitcoin user. Watch that YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7YmJZ-qVW8.
Bitcoin documentary The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin premieres today at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Money & Tech will be attending the screening, as well as the film’s after-party hosted by Charlie Shrem. We will be bringing you video coverage and interviews from that event soon.
We will also be attending the next major digital currency event this Friday, Dogecon SF, which will be San Francisco's first dogecoin conference. The event is hosted by Follow The Coin, and will feature prominent industry speakers such as litecoin creator Charlie Lee, industry expert Andreas Antonopoulos, and of course, Dogecoin's own creator, Jackson Palmer. We sat down with Tina Hui and Matt Schlicht from Follow The Coin to talk about what we can look forward to at Dogecon SF. Find that interview here: http://moneyandtech.com/follow-the-coin-dogecon-sf/
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06-07 18:21 - 'Hello World, This is bitcoins future. Hodl' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/BlazeWhale removed from /r/Bitcoin within 55-65min

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Hello World! This is my message for you from the future. I hope this survives the time transfer and lands in the correct timeline. Just a few checkpoints to make sure this message arrived to the correct timeline.
  1. Chinese invented the compass 9th-11th century.
  2. German Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press.
  3. Alexander Graham Bell was the first to be awarded a patent for the electric telephone in 1876
  4. First world war 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918
  5. Second world war 1939 to 1945
  6. Us 35th president John F. Kennedy was in November 1963
  7. May 22 Bitcoin Pizza Day
  8. The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks
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It is the year 2035. First question what I would have wanted ask in 2017, if I ever got the opportunity to communicate into the future would be: what is the price of bitcoin? Well I would of course want to know the price measured in US dollars or Euros or some other fiat currency. What if I told you the fiat currency value hasn’t been relevant for the last 10 years. A draft beer costs about 2.0-2.5 satoshis (we call them stoshis), A meal in a restaurant around 6-8 stoshis, A good quality Pizza 5 stoshis. Cadrone transport 0.01 - 0.05 stoshi / km. I hope this helps you get the idea of the purchasing power we are talking about. I can briefly tell you about how the massive increase of bitcoins purchasing power rose so fast even the most optimistic bitcoin believers were surprised. There are many factors and events that all had an effect on the rising demand for bitcoins. 2016 after the most tech savvy liberal minded people had bought into bitcoin things started to happen. 2017 was the year when earlies (early adopters) started investing into bitcoin. (I know it’s funny we all thought in 2016-2017 that early adopters had been ones having bitcoin in the first 5 years after it was created). sidenote: Companies who have started working with bitcoin will see their stock value rise which will push more and more businesses to adopt bitcoin. The demand was huge in Japan, but no one really knew the real reason for Japan recognizing bitcoin as a legal method of payment (so absurd, bitcoin doesn’t a permission). I remember people speculating it was because Japan’s economy was terrible and the % of old population wasn’t decreasing. And yes people speculated correctly. After the famous, Tokyo based, bitcoin exchange called Mt.Gox collapsed in 2014 Japanese authorities had to look into what bitcoin was. It took sometime and eventually someone with enough political influence realized the potential. Japan had to play this whole thing smart, if they started buying bitcoin publicly the global FOMO (fear of missing out) would push the price quickly out of their reach and their Japanese Yen would turn into goat shit. So instead they started out by doing small things like legitimizing bitcoin as a payment method, Government services started accepting bitcoin, small amounts of taxes payable with bitcoins and all at the same time trying to buy as much bitcoins as possible without moving the price too much. Of course everyone knows secrets always spill out, especially government secrets. Soon South Korea was “legitimizing bitcoin” and it didn’t stop there. It started to spread. Some governments tried to stop it (Usa, Russia, Some European countries, India) but banning and/or over regulating it turned out to be useless. So what does a desperate government and banking system do when they have the ability to print unlimited amounts of fiat currencies and are losing their power to people. They print money and try to buy all the bitcoins up. Well I can tell you it didn’t work or well it worked in a nice way which made the unfair system of fiat currencies irrelevant. Some countries figured the potential of bitcoin at the same time as Japan and started doing exactly the same as Japan. Making their citizens aware of bitcoin and buying up bitcoin without signaling a panic buy for the others. Switzerland for example started selling bitcoins to their citizens by Swiss Federal Railways ticket machines. How smart is that? China on the other hand banned and unbanned bitcoin a lot in 2014-2015 timeframe. Then the PBOC “cracked” down on the Chinese exchanges, this was all because china wanted to make bitcoin look more attractive for the investors. China had already been buying bitcoins from 2014, small amounts without raising the price too much. This was a long term investment for china which paid off during the collapse of the US dollar and yuan. The second question that probably would interest me in the past (one of the reasons I postponed investing into bitcoin until the beginning of the year 2018) would be the “The Big Scaling Debate” which really looked at the time as fierce debating but it was really just a power struggle to control bitcoin. Segregated Witness was activated and looking from where I am currently standing it was the best technical solution which everyone actually agreed on but some people where blocking it by making up nonsense and stalling the progress. Funny thing is that once actually big chip manufacturers got interested in ASIC manufacturing and bitcoin mining lots of the bad acting bitcoin mining hardware companies found themselves out of business. We all know who we are talking about. For the technically literate I can’t offer much information from the present because it has gone over my understanding. Everything is connected to the bitcoin blockchain. Protocol upgrades made it possible to build layers on top of layers all secured by the hashing power of the bitcoin blockchain. My car’s private key is stored on a layer of the blockchain, my voting password is also there, I have a private key for my identity and the private keys for my kids identities as well as their medical record private keys. How has the planet changed? We finally reached a stage a few years ago where we got the future of planet earth on a level where it will be sustainable to live in as long as the sun doesn’t burn us down. Bitcoin played a big part in this. Deflationary currency has strange effects, nobody on earth produces crap anymore, meaning no cheap electronics that last only a few years, no plastic bags in stores, no cheap clothes that will last only a few times in a washing machine. Everything and I mean it when I say everything is made with high quality materials and products are made to last long. The demand for high quality long lasting items came from the people. Why would you use a few millibits which grew in purchase power every year to buy some crappy headphones that would last 1 year if you were lucky. If they were going to use their precious millibits they wanted something high quality which would last. Also 95% of the worlds energy is from renewable energy sources, when big bitcoin mining operations started struggling with their profit margins they looked at small bitcoin mining operations who had minimized the cost of electricity by using solar panels and hydropower. Funny how bitcoin mining operations trying to be more profitable boosted the use of renewable energy sources, ok I must add that the death of the petrodollar helped also. Electricity isn’t produced anymore for the need of humans it is produced to power the bitcoin mining facilities and we just use the leftover energy which is more than enough. You are currently in the phase of one of the first altcoin bubbles. These bubbles are part of the bitcoin learning curve for people. People tend to forget what bitcoin is about and then seek high % profits from altcoins. This will happen a few times more in history and most of the altcoins will slowly die away and be replaced by new “innovative” ideas. In the upcoming years the value that poured into altcoins will move into bitcoin. Some of the most biggest alts with minor use cases will survive for longer but their ideas will be built and secured properly on different layers of the bitcoin protocol. What do I regret the most? My biggest regret was not buying bitcoins when I first heard of them, also I regret buying a sailboat with 50% of my small bitcoin stash in 2019. Also I regret not getting into mining when it was still profitable for an average person in 2019. But I am happy I hodled the rest. (yes the hodl meme has survived all these years)
One cool thing we discovered besides sending information “back in time” is sending payments to the future. I will be generating the private key for the following bitcoin address on November 20th 2035. I will also login to reddit with the account Blazewhale to celebrate with those of you who are still here. Happy Hodling, price discovery is a bitch.
-BlazeWhale 1CXfRfJhMyr41z3LDiV6USuskUZxCBa1We
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Hello World, This is bitcoins future. Hodl
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4/23/14 - Bitcoin into space, Atlas ATS pushes forward, & Dorian Nakamoto says thank you

Video: http://moneyandtech.com/apr23-news-update/
Here are today's top news stories in Money & Tech:
The blockchain is headed for space. Jeff Garzik’s Dunvegan Space Systems is partnering with Deep Space Industries to build satellites called ‘BitSats’ that will be launched into space as a backup bitcoin orbital system. From orbit, these BitSats will be able to broadcast out transaction data from the blockchain to any users with a downlink. Garzik made the first payment to Deep Space Industries via BitPay, where he is also a senior software developer, and is now accepting bitcoin donations to help complete the project.
Bitcoin trading platform Atlas ATS has formed a partnership with The National Stock Exchange to speed up regulatory approval. By partnering with this self-regulatory organization, Atlas ATS hopes to bypass FinCEN's money-transmitting license in favor of SEC-approved rules that are more tailored to digital currency exchanges. Kraken and CoinMKT are also taking this route, as several exchanges race to become the first fully regulated digital currency exchange.
Nine state banking officials from the US Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), including New York Superintendent Ben Lawsky, have launched the Emerging Payments Task Force. The new task force plans to investigate bitcoin and other virtual currencies in the hopes of developing state regulation best practices, as well as more educational resources. The discussion will begin with a public hearing on May 16th in Chicago.
With the reluctance of Irish banks to accept bitcoin, ATM provider BitVendo and safe deposit box facility Merrion Vaults have partnered to provide cold storage to BitVendo's local cryptocurrency users. The service allows users to store their bitcoins safely in Merrion Vaults' high quality and secure safe deposit vault in Dublin.
Butterfly Labs has been on rocky ground since this month's lawsuit against the bitcoin mining hardware company, accusing it of collecting payments for false orders and using customer equipment for their own mining. This recent lawsuit is only the latest accusation of fraud against the Kansas-based company. What's more, co-founder Sonny Vleisides has been found in violation of his probation since pleading guilty to one count of mail fraud in 2010, which will likely extend his probation another two years.
Dorian Nakamoto, the man famously falsely identified as bitcoin's creator, has filmed a YouTube video with Andreas Antonopoulos to thank the bitcoin community for its support. Antonopoulos led a fundraising campaign for Nakamoto that raised over 47 bitcoins - worth nearly $23,000 dollars - in a new bitcoin wallet that Nakamoto says he will keep open as a new bitcoin user. Watch that YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7YmJZ-qVW8.
Bitcoin documentary The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin premieres today at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Money & Tech will be attending the screening, as well as the film’s after-party hosted by Charlie Shrem. We will be bringing you video coverage and interviews from that event soon.
We will also be attending the next major digital currency event this Friday, Dogecon SF, which will be San Francisco's first dogecoin conference. The event is hosted by Follow The Coin, and will feature prominent industry speakers such as litecoin creator Charlie Lee, industry expert Andreas Antonopoulos, and of course, Dogecoin's own creator, Jackson Palmer. We sat down with Tina Hui and Matt Schlicht from Follow The Coin to talk about what we can look forward to at Dogecon SF.
Find that interview and more videos on the Money & Tech website at http://moneyandtech.com/apr23-news-update/
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04-14 22:33 - 'Bit-earnings INVESTMENT COMPANY: While skilled developers have proven that it is possible to mine cryptocurrency using ultra-old hardware, this shouldn’t be considered a good mining strategy. However, if you are a technic...' by /u/Arianna_Danzel removed from /r/Bitcoin within 5-15min

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Bit-earnings INVESTMENT COMPANY: While skilled developers have proven that it is possible to mine cryptocurrency using ultra-old hardware, this shouldn’t be considered a good mining strategy. However, if you are a technical wizard who enjoys challenging projects and retro electronics, this can be a cool hobby to start. If you’re only focused on mining as a business, you should consider newer rigs first.
Regardless of whether you decide to pick up mining as a hobby or not, the results of Shirriff’s work are fascinating, to say the least. From his efforts, we can see that Moore’s Law is actually an understatement on the ability of computers chips to improve over time.
What’s the difference in computing power between retrofitted rigs and new mining gear? Although blockchain expert solutions see that it might be possible to improve on the mining capabilities of his own retrofitted mining rigs, there is no denying that there is a tremendously large gap in performance compared to newer rigs. For instance, Xerox Alto only reaches 1.5 hashes per second. Meanwhile, ASIC mining rigs can reach trillions of hashes per second, making them the clear front-runner for BTC mining. Bitcryptoearnings investment has been mining with ASIC miner. Invest with bit-earnings and get put a stop to financial problems. [link]1
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04-14 22:23 - 'Bit-earnings INVESTMENT COMPANY: While skilled developers have proven that it is possible to mine cryptocurrency using ultra-old hardware, this shouldn’t be considered a good mining strategy. However, if you are a technic...' by /u/Arianna_Danzel removed from /r/Bitcoin within 6-16min

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Bit-earnings INVESTMENT COMPANY: While skilled developers have proven that it is possible to mine cryptocurrency using ultra-old hardware, this shouldn’t be considered a good mining strategy. However, if you are a technical wizard who enjoys challenging projects and retro electronics, this can be a cool hobby to start. If you’re only focused on mining as a business, you should consider newer rigs first.
Regardless of whether you decide to pick up mining as a hobby or not, the results of Shirriff’s work are fascinating, to say the least. From his efforts, we can see that Moore’s Law is actually an understatement on the ability of computers chips to improve over time.
What’s the difference in computing power between retrofitted rigs and new mining gear? Although blockchain expert solutions see that it might be possible to improve on the mining capabilities of his own retrofitted mining rigs, there is no denying that there is a tremendously large gap in performance compared to newer rigs. For instance, Xerox Alto only reaches 1.5 hashes per second. Meanwhile, ASIC mining rigs can reach trillions of hashes per second, making them the clear front-runner for BTC mining. Bitcryptoearnings investment has been mining with ASIC miner. Invest with bit-earnings and get put a stop to financial problems. [link]1
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Is Bitcoin mining profitable or the hardware companies are trying to scam their customers ?

Is Bitcoin mining profitable or the hardware companies are trying to scam their customers ? submitted by MeLoN_DO to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

"...Intel is interested in creating specialized hardware for Bitcoin mining...Intel’s new hardware would...make Bitcoin...more profitable...Bitcoin mining is currently dominated by...a...company headquartered in Beijing...Intel has previously shown an interest in cryptocurrency"

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What company is selling all that mining hardware? /r/Bitcoin

What company is selling all that mining hardware? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why do companies rent out mining hardware, wouldn't it be more profitable to mine themselves? /r/Bitcoin

Why do companies rent out mining hardware, wouldn't it be more profitable to mine themselves? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Australian company launches sales of Bitcoin Mining Hardware

Payonix Technologies Pty Ltd is launching sales of the ASIC Mining units.
Payonix is now taking pre-orders for December 2013 delivery on its in-house designed ONIX Series ASIC mining rigs – representing the highest performance Bitcoin mining hardware that are currently announced.
The 28nm ONIX-LC ASIC is both incredibly powerful and energy efficient. The ONIX-LC is being offered by Payonix as a chip to directly power the ONIX Series rigs.
Pricing for units begins at $1,999 for the ONIX XS 250GH/s plug and play unit, the ONIX XR 500GH/s Plug and Play unit will sell for $3,799, and $7,499 for the 1TH/s ONIX XRS unit.
"We are pleased to announce we are accepting pre-orders for our Bitcoin hardware units. Many talented people have worked tirelessly to bring this technology direct to the Australian market. With only 250 units in total on offer and to be delivered by December 15, 2013, we expect them to sell quite quickly", said Andrew Thomas, Co-Founder of Payonix Technologies.
Payonix Technologies was founded by a team of experienced hardware developers, cryptographers, and Bitcoin community peers, and recently closed a $1M round of funding from a range of private Angel investors who recognised the potential of the company’s unique team and technology.
The company’s founding members include CEO Andrew Thomas, who was previously a Data System Manager and Lead Cryptographer for Datamonitor in the US.
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According to this logic, any company that creates say... Mining hardware w/ 5nm chips, decides to use it themselves vs selling to others regardless if they patent or not, would require another fit to be thrown and another UASF/POUT session just to make bitcoin life fair. SMH

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How many mining hardware making companies have announced their stances on AsicBoost scandal, who are they, and what are their stances? /r/Bitcoin

How many mining hardware making companies have announced their stances on AsicBoost scandal, who are they, and what are their stances? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why can't western companies compete with Chinese on mining hardware making? /r/Bitcoin

Why can't western companies compete with Chinese on mining hardware making? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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