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    (asicminermarket.com)

    My last purchase was July 7th (7 days ago).
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    (asicminermarket.com)

    I have made purchases from asicminermarket.com without issue so far. The VERY fast shipping was a nice touch too. As always, use due diligence and verify the URL addresses when making a decision to buy from anyone.
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    Proposal: Marketing & Communication (April)

    I'm not a fan of multiple proposals lumped into a single proposal. Reminds me too much of how US lawmakers lump multiple bills together to get them passed.
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    Reduction in proposal fee to 1 Dash (Pre-Proposal)

    This is definitely something that needs addressed. As the price of DASH goes up or down we need a way to adjust the proposal submission fee. But I keep forgetting that 1 DASH = 1 DASH. The system works if you were an early adopter sitting on a pile of DASH. But definitely visibly prohibiting...
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    Proposal: Dash Foundation Donation

    Blockchain-based board elections would be great. But using a masternode vote seems unbalanced. The wealthy would have an unfair advantage over someone who can barely afford a masternode. One member - one vote seems to be the most balanced and fair. Just my 2 cents.
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    PinIdea ASIC X11 Miner DU-1 (USB Version Hashrate 9 MH/s , Releasing in Mid-May 2016)

    From the github docs I noticed the 200 clock setting is only for Windows running USB. Linux running USB has clock of 400. I tried to install on Ubuntu but I didn't see the related ports in the /dev folder as /dev/ttyUSB0 etc. I even downloaded the drivers and compiled them using make. In...
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    PinIdea ASIC X11 Miner DU-1 (USB Version Hashrate 9 MH/s , Releasing in Mid-May 2016)

    I too am having problems with the DU-1. Only a couple units will even run with --dr1-clk 400 to get close to the advertised 9 MH/s. Most of the rest will only start up with --dr1-clk 200 to get around 4 MH/s. And I noticed now in all the documentation examples the clock is set to 200 for the USB...
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    PinIdea ASIC X11 Miner DU-1 (USB Version Hashrate 9 MH/s , Releasing in Mid-May 2016)

    Design 2 looks the best if it will be sized to be plugged in side by side on a powered usb hub. Otherwise Design 1 looks better.
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    PinIdea ASIC X11 Miner DR-1 Hashrate 500MH/s @320w Weighs 4.5kg

    I remember these guys from a few months back. I emailed them requesting more information about selling one. They had USB prototypes similar to DualMiner USB's that they decided not to sell and removed all traces of its existence from the internet.