Hi, what is the best pool for Dash?I ordered 10 Giants directly from Baikal (via mail) a couple of weeks ago just before they became out of stock. Got them all up and running. They work like a charm... ill put up some picture of my setup and hashrates after 24 hours running. They mine well over intended Hashrates as you can see in the picture.View attachment 3134 View attachment 3135
Update: They have been running for 5 days straight now. No problems.
I have a 1 of my GPU rigs connected to the graphical interface of my Giants at the office. Here i can use Teamviewer and manage them on demand. Best solution i think...That what i say^^
I need to connect direct to the graphical interface.
Or on any other way to switch pool, restart and so on.
see the post #13 #15 and #17 From this threadI 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
It appears they sent me the miner without SD-card in the orange Pi One. Ordered one and will be installing the img on it tomorrow.see the post #13 #15 and #17 From this thread
maybe help you!
Hmmm something fishy about their China adress.... its the same adress as BITMAIN headquarters in China.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.