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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / ALTCoin madness has to stop a bit.. on: February 21, 2014, 08:44:23 AM
Well, I hope this low IQ, greedy, smelly and theft-filled community is happy and proud of itself for what we've accomplished here.
By successfully pulling in masses of "get rich quick" dirt from outside world, increased number of scamming coins, scamming devs, scamming traders, idiot panic holders/dumpers, pump and dump schemes and mine for profit mega farms, it all greatly added to the recent price drops, and it'll continue going that way. Who in fact needs zillions of penny coins, bunch of 1-coin, 8-coin, 42-coin coins with no real potential usage?

Case 1:
Someone comes into cryptos, takes in his hard earned 1000 and Fontase or Wolong or any other copycat pump and dump fucker *leader* take his 1000. Cute, right?
Case 2:
Someone comes into cryptos, buys rig, mines coin, developers dump and run. Sometimes even for like 2 BTC, jeez. More cute, right?
Case 3:
Someone comes into cryptos, scams people on PM in so called trading. Awesome! Or not?
Case 4:
Coin started, day 3 - people yell: GET US ON EXCHANGE. Day 4: Exchange happens. Day 5: OMG; PRICE DROPS? Well, isn't it obvious why people want on exchanges? This is my all time special favorite!
Case XX...

Depending on how much one would feel to spend time in writing down all possible cases, we could go to 2-digit list for sure for all scenarios that go around here.
And exchanges? Well, most seem to be on top of the food chain, nothing more. Generally, they just profit from trading fees, having nothing to loose to begin with.
I mean, recently, if your coin has some volume, no problem - any exchange takes your coin, even if it has ZERO fucking services up. That doesn't look strange?

So, yeah - here's what'll happen: (taking it from what I saw happened to the IM jobs worldwide on a same principle, you can count on human race to be stupid enough to repeat history)
Human cockroaches aka scumbags and thieves will profit on back of total market caps and endangering future of coins.
At this point (and yeah, you can all blame MtGox only, sure, flame me too) 4 billion lost in less than 2 weeks. Sure, the majority of money hasn't left the cryptos, it's just sitting in fiat on big exchanges, waiting for better days to buy back in. But, till then and during that repeated process, many billions of fiat will be taken from fresh, new hands, and impact of that might not lead cryptos to a point where everyone wants them to lead. Don't YOU feel weird when you realize that cryptos became just a hunt for more fiat? Irony detector not working?

Anyway, I don't expect much, probably either ignore thread, or some idiots coming to counter-flame this, with some *facts* or some shit, but I decided to leave this here, as a food for thought.
At least for the smart ones, I hope.

I gotta admit, I've seen so much here that my faith in humanity dropped couple of levels in last few months.

How to change it?
Well, someone has to convince masses that things should go differently. OR; shitcoins need to die as soon as possible.
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE; due to profit that can be gained. I mean, if YOU or I won't do shit for 0.001BTC/day, there's always those who will, so it's impossible to change.

Let's then just leave this as *I told you so* material you can copy paste to people around in couple of months. In worst case, weeks.
Enjoy it while it lasts.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Fix wallet [wallet.dat corrupt - salvage failed] on: January 27, 2014, 01:19:34 PM
Hey guys; I got this problem with animecoin;
Can anyone try to salvage it?

10% of wallet balance is given (40k of Animecoin) to those who can. With some rep, please.
I was unable to do so so far.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [SCAM] ChampionCoin on: January 26, 2014, 02:14:04 PM

And this topic cannot be moderated. Just so we don't forget.
4  Economy / Reputation / nosf009 - Rep thread on: January 25, 2014, 03:52:57 PM
Just my rep thread; leave a response or feedback if you've done work with me. Thanks a lot in advance;
5  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Connecting 2x Power Supplys (ATX) on: January 21, 2014, 10:57:45 AM
Hi guys;

If there is anyone who has a bigger rig that needed 2+ Power supply boxes connected - please, if you have a moment - send some help this way.

So, I got this situation; 2x GPU - 1x power supply.
What I wanna do: 4x GPU - 2x power supply.

So I did read up a bit, and I found this

Basically, from what I understand - this is THE cable that serializes the ATX power supplys and makes sure that both get up when computer starts, right?
Question is:

Is this alone good enough for the system, or is something missing? I was told that there is a possibility for this set up to go bad, for some reasons. Such as burning out components due to electricity voltage fluctuation. I know shit about electricity and electronics, pretty much, so I need help.
As I saw here people with up to 200 GPU's working, I'm sure that someone here knows exactly how this goes.

If you can explain, or point me to valid article/content on the web for this, I'd be very grateful.
Thanks in advance.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Virtual 5-card Poker [Official Thread] on: January 02, 2014, 10:29:36 PM
LOT Virtual Poker v 1.0 Support Thread

... you saw it first here Wink

  • 5-Card IBM-class hand dealing algo - best I could find.
  • 1-99 LOT bet per hand, which can scale up easily to over 50.000 LOT prize with some luck
  • HIGH/LOW card game possible with every winning hand
  • Automatic deposit and withdrawal system - deposits take 12 confirmations

+ some known missing ones such as split stake on HIGH/LOW game and such

NOTE: You need LOT (Lotto Coin) to play. Visit to get some, or snoop around boards for giveaways.

(not all features on the admin side are done, it may take a week)
...and what to say?
& spread the word!
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