I know this is an old thread, but Splawik isn't offering the MN share services anymore. I've used his services for over a year and have no complaints whatsoever. I've read a few good replies about moocowmoo, and he being a Dash core dev is more reassuring.
That didn't work for me. I got the same "could not allocate vin" error, and the reason was I had an input of more than 1000 coins. I needed to have an input of *exactly* 1000 coins for that to work. I just sent myself 1000 coins so that I had an input of that amount and that was it.
Very good point. My comment's intend was definitely not to trash talk, was more of an observation.
I agree the better we educate others, the better off we are. Thanks for making life easier to other people.
Thanks. It's great you provided practical data based on experience. My DM11G and a friend's cane with 3/4 board working. The other board is basically dead, and we're hitting ~8 GH/s. Besides from the gross inefficiency in Hashrate/power you just confirmed, it's a pretty heavy, loud and poor...
Don't worry. The batch that I bought sold on days, not hours / minutes like Bitmain's site... So wait a little and if you have the money, buy it. They hold and host your miner, though. Bit Ove found it beats paying the electric bills myself and dealing with customs to get it. Besides from the...
I'd buy and hodl, honestly. It's the most passive strategy, and very effective. It will probably pay for your retirement, but probably not your rent next month.
I purchased a D3 on the November batch from GigaWatt @2200, which I don't think it's bad. Yes, diff by then will probably be Moon...
Hey. Are you sure that your miner has an active Internet connection? I got that error when it wasn't online.
Also, what's the status with the LEDs?
Open te chassis up and see if there are cables or parts disconnected or such. Mine had lots of stuff that needed to be plugged in.