Nah, that's just because they're using WhoisGuard. I am also curious to know if these guys are legit, but the site feels pretty scammy. Why would they be selling these so cheap given the global shortage?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Its scammy however I would not take this way.Remember that the web page may be outdated.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.
Totally agreed. OEM is the safest bet. Obviously the OEM has to have a good reputation...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
I don't understand the difference between the two in relation to the subject at hand to say, I've seen both terms used in what I've been reading so far - but yes, I probably should have said ASIC vs. FPGA. I just had to Google the difference so I'll chalk that up to learning something new todayFPGA X11 miners? Never heard of them. Don't you mean ASICs?
Kinda surprises me baikal shows up there but hasn't posted anything for months in these forums...
Basically, the one thing an ASIC was programmed to do will be the only thing it will ever do in all its life.I don't understand the difference between the two in relation to the subject at hand to say, I've seen both terms used in what I've been reading so far - but yes, I probably should have said ASIC vs. FPGA. I just had to Google the difference so I'll chalk that up to learning something new today
That makes perfect sense, thanks for filling me inEdit: FPGAs are usually used by developers who want an inexpensive way to test their algorithms before commiting to an ASIC design. One they got all the nuts and bolts down by compiling and flashing several bitfiles in the FPGA, they can take that algorithm and put it into production using ASICs, which are cheaper to manufacture, but can't be repurposed like FPGAs do.
Have you personally purchased from them?@cryptodealer I was inferring to @BAIKAL being slightly disingenuous, disguised as producers of the DASH ASIC.
I found Shenzhen Topline Technology to be the A900 original manufacturer, and they accept bitcoin and drop-ship.
What baikalminer might be doing is accept your btc, send btc to Shenzhen Topline Technology, having them drop-ship.
On baikalminer, you are not able to see the price but venture to guess the price is higher to skim btc. Quantity discount is for comparison.
I purchased from baikalminer before for the mini for $300.Have you personally purchased from them?
I have not, but was thinking to do so mainly because @Roslyn says that they're the actual manufacturer of the miners, which I find odd as they name of the product has "baikal" in them. I don't think I'm ready to trust a seller who's not the official manufacturer and also doesn't have positive feedback from someone in the forums.I purchased from baikalminer before for the mini for $300.
I haven't purchased from Shenzhen Topline Technology (toplinesz.en.alibaba). Have you?
They seem to have a lot of different baikal miners. I have been scammed before so I am going slow on my next purchase.