I ordered a Baikal Miner A-900 on their website directly (baikalminer.com), it arrived yesterday.
Unfortunately it keeps flashing (doesn't get IP), anyone have suggestions?
I saw in the other video's that the Orange Pi One should be flashing too, but it's not. I have it on video, but as a new user I can't post it yet.
Can router be a problem?
Thanks in advance
see the post #13 #15 and #17 From this thread
maybe help you!
It appears they sent me the miner without SD-card..
Never seen it before. The page has no reviews for the Giant.
The do have a phone number in China there. You can try calling or contacting them via email and see what's up.
They also have an address in California [611 Anton Blvd #140, Costa Mesa, CA 92626], which is weird. Do they have offices in both US and China? Why only post the phone number from China?
Apparently they take payment in Bitcoin. I wouldn't trust paying a stranger if I have no references and/or they don't accept PayPal.
iknow i will try to pay whit paypal or something
I sent them an email, I'm waiting for them to respond. We'll see what happens.
Look information from the domain and this is what I find. Sounds like a scam
Its scammy however I would not take this way.Remember that the web page may be outdated. That happened with asicminermarket.com. They said their Giants were still in stock when they weren't.
Its scammy however I would not take this way.
Its better stick to baikal email the most proper way .
FPGA X11 miners? Never heard of them. Don't you mean ASICs?Just to clarify, there are no in-stock x11 FPGA miners available at the moment anywhere, correct? The only place I can find them are by people selling them off at extorionately high prices (e.g. eBay for a Baikal Mini for $1400USD).
This is ridiculous -- it's the 21st century equivalent of the 1849 gold rush! Haha
FPGA X11 miners? Never heard of them. Don't you mean ASICs?