Wow. v.Professional crisp design with all relevant info in plain sight.
Excellent. Now I assume need the SEO to whack it up in Google etc..
Update: Finally stopped yesterday. Now am happily back to mining.
Lesson to all y'all kids, use a better high end PC.... Lol
@Evo yes, it was set to better performance.
Thanks for all your answers, end of day may have to upgrade PC.
I'm utilising usb3 cables. The thing is the other 4 hds are connected to a usb3 hub, but my latest hd is connected to the whole system via a usb connector on my other Seagate drive.
Plotting allocation I stretched it to just under 6tb, maybe too much...not sure.
Could this be the problem? The plotter seems to be working fine it's crunching the nonces fine.
Just worried my shitty Intel core i5 laptop is going to blow up..lol
I also run MT4 trading platform for fx trading on it.
My usual process is aio wallet slap on the plotter to plot one single plot...cpu 4 cores...
Usually does it in a week or so on 5tb.
This Seagate backup drive hub thing is taking freaking years....2 weeks to be precise and still going...
Anyone else have this prob?
@gadrah_ Thank you for the very informative post, you have hit the nail on the head, especially regarding updates from core and dev teams. In the past, the lack of transparency unfortunately created a vacuum which engendered much negativity and doubt in the community.
Regarding the new, more neutral website, this idea sounds professional and accessible to hopefully more people who will get involved in the Burst community.
To lay aside the childish nonsense that infected the community in the past is frankly a breath of fresh air.
Burst must put forward a unified, sustained and professional foot forward, as well as create links within the financial and business markets to really accentuate its prime operative, efficient status as a legitimate crypto currency.
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