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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Jewels discussion- Gaming Coin. on: August 24, 2016, 12:20:40 PM
It is very rare you actually find a dev with so much history and being able to be vetted for that history is golden, -its a Jewel.

But after finding it and investing myself, I'd like to know other peoples take on gaming coins that already have one game released with a player base of thousands, from them between 150-250 on at any moment of the day, currently 220. It has been made clear the newest game that has been released on beta testing will likely increase them number significantly.

Do you believe gaming coins like this have a bright future?

Maybe you feel and idea for the future will be to have it integrated to facebook?

So the original game is Apex Conquer http://www.apexconquer.com/ and the ICO page www.ApexConquer.com/ico.php

The newer addition is called Heroes that is now in BETA https://www.conquerheroes.com/ what intrigues me the most is having an in-game currency that will be able to buy items from the P2P shop, features and cool extras for your characters. What tops it for me is the gambling side of it, they already have a casino room ready for provably fair gambling. The basics of the room can be found here but I believe are being worked on more as time goes on..





Poker, Blackjack, Dice will be just some of the provably fair gambling you will be able to experience in game or via your browser. There is a partnership with C2 that will bring more exposure to a already large and active community.

The reason for this thread is to hear your guys opinion and help exposure to the more legit projects like Jewels that are currently out there, with all the no names and anonymous teams out there gaining traction, I feel this project should too..

Here is a link to the main thread where you can take a look should you want to know more: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1545327.0

Disclaimer- always do your own due diligence before investing in any project.


Thanks for your time and lets keep it civil please.




2  Economy / Lending / The Super Cool Lending thread on: April 28, 2016, 09:37:27 AM
Plain and simple.
You know the rules and the standards for requesting a loan

3  Local / Pilipinas / Anime on: April 18, 2016, 06:58:06 AM
Ano ang paboritong mga anime na pinapanood/Napanood niyo?

Suggest naman kayo.
4  Local / Pilipinas / Military says 18 soldiers killed, 53 wounded in clash with Abu Sayyaf on: April 11, 2016, 11:59:52 AM
ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines – At least 18 soldiers and five Abu Sayyaf members, including a Moroccan terrorist, were killed in a battle that grew so close since Friday it included hand-to-hand combat at a village in Tipo-Tipo town, Basilan province, a military spokesman confirmed.

http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/04/11/1571725/18-soldiers-5-abus-killed-basilan-clashes

Patayan pa more..
5  Economy / Lending / I need .02btc loan on: April 08, 2016, 12:11:35 PM
I currently in need of .02BTC
Repayment Date: April 11, 2016
Repayment Amount: .025BTC
Collateral: None

Btc Address: 17mT4nvcA6kBYGi6Kpp2v7WZTmWJoWxsPg
17mT4nvcA6kBYGi6Kpp2v7WZTmWJoWxsPg
quoted
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Message:
This is Rezilient currently in need of a .02btc loan
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Signature:
HzyO9/krV0/XUTrIjj+ry9wcbl6XlDihWkghIBamUdUmMIeKq/CEGrqdZlf9u8nZo81bO9taMQ2ttRHqPsgqy3U=

I can only provide a signed message from this addy.

Thanks
6  Local / Pilipinas / Salamat nalang at meron ang bitcoin on: March 20, 2016, 08:02:02 AM
Dahil sa kagagohan ng RCBC na sangkot sa money laundering  may order na ng closure ng bank accounts sa ilang kompanya nakonektado sa nangangasiwa sa remittances sa ating OFW sa ibang bangko sa labas ng bansa.


Salamat sa bitcoin at may ibang option para makapagpadala ang OFW
7  Local / Pilipinas / May silbi kaya ang bitcoin pag lumawak na ang WW3? on: March 13, 2016, 12:19:59 AM
Ano sa palagay niyo? may magiging katuturan kaya nito pag nag gyera na ang iba't ibang bansa?
8  Other / Archival / Ignore on: March 04, 2016, 12:16:22 AM
Whoops

delete
9  Local / Pamilihan / Psst, Kailangan mo ng loan? D2 na on: February 20, 2016, 01:56:22 AM
Basta may valid collateral, approved
Code:
[b]Loan amount[/b] :
[b]Collateral[/b] :
[b]Your BTC address[/b] :
[b]Repayment offered[/b] :
[b]Date of repayment[/b] :

Escrow accepted basta ikaw ang magbayad ng fees.

Current fund available: .07BTC
10  Other / Meta / User spamming the same post on: January 30, 2016, 09:50:05 PM
I do not know if this account is hacked or not but the person using it, is spamming the forum with ref links.

helmy77
11  Economy / Scam Accusations / Newbie ensuring guaranteed profits on: January 22, 2016, 10:35:23 PM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1337378.new#new

$punk

FEATURES:
1.Profit Guaranteed.
2.5 year experience.
3.Starting as low as $4 so that i can build trust with this community initially but generally more you invest more is your returns as i am actually doing this on multiple forums and have huge success but its my first time here so please give me chance.

Its very annoying and needs to get redmarks.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Gotta vent - eBay/Paypal suck! AND some people are just scum on: July 07, 2014, 11:19:26 PM
Ok maybe this is not the right place, so mods you can move this if you need to, I just needed to vent.

I sell Bitcoin/Scrypt miners on eBay and on my website (don't worry I'm not going to plug it here) and most transactions have been pretty smooth, at least for the first half of this year.

But recently I've been getting these NEW customers that have no clue what they're doing, just trying to make a quick buck, scam me, and take unfair advantage of the eBay/PayPal buyer protection to the fullest.  I know how most people feel about mining rig vendors BUT trust me when I say I take care of my customers 100%.  I'm just a low level reseller of Chinese products like LKETC and Innosilicon.  I just get people the hardware they need at a fair price and offer them much needed warranties when things get difficult.  Anyway back to the story..

About a month ago I sold a 90MH/s scrypt ASIC machine via eBay to a customer in Hungary. My cost on those machines was close to $10K so you can imagine it's a high risk transaction already, especially since it was paid via PayPal. The machine got held in customs because he asked us to put a lower value on the customs declaration which is usually a bad idea. After receiving the machine about 10 days later the customer thanks me and says the machine is working as expected, all good. A couple days later I see a new dispute open on eBay from my Hungarian friend and he's says (quote) "It will never reach the 100% ROI! So it is a very bad investment indeed! So please refund my money!"  Of course my response is quoting my eBay auction which says we cannot be held responsible for Exchange and difficulty fluctuations, yadda yadda.  He did not respond for another 12 days.  Then I see a message from eBay saying "This case was decided in the buyer's favor, so we've asked the buyer to return the item to you for a full refund".  WTF.  This is after Litecoin/Dogecoin have been in a deep slump and the machine is worth 3/4 what it was before.  And nobody is buying Scrypt hardware at this point.  I got on the phone with eBay right away and the guy pissed me off further by saying "honestly we really hate dealing with all these bitminer cases, and usually we will favor the buyer in these situations".  Completely ignoring that my ad says we cannot be held responsible for market fluctuations, my ad has a NO REFUND policy, that I have 100% positive feedback and ALWAYS close my disputes with a happy customer.  Okay now it has been 6 days since eBay made their decision and this guy still has not shipped the machine.  Guaranteed he's sitting there mining with my hardware with a big smile on his face making LTC until the very last day, then he'll drop that shit in a box and kick it to the post office.  I'll be lucky if it even powers on once it arrives to me.

I have 3 similar cases open right now with customers who bought Scrypt ASIC hardware and are having buyers remorse. 

PSA: If you don't know what you are doing DO NOT buy thousands of dollars worth of mining equipment!

/rant

13  Bitcoin / Electrum / Beginner question: What is the master public key and how are addresses generated on: March 20, 2014, 05:50:35 PM
Hello.  I am using a Wordpress plugin on my e-commerce website to accept Bitcoin payments and it uses an Electrum address for receiving the payment.  Some questions:

1) The Bitcoin payment gateway plugin asks for the Electrum Master Public Key.  When a payment is received how do I know which address it is going to?

2) I currently use Coinbase for buying/sending BTC.  Can the Electrum balance be "tracked" somehow in my Coinbase wallet so I can keep track of and consolidate my BTC balances?

3) If I understand correctly, the Electrum wallet can be re-generated simply using the "seed phrase" - what if someone finds this phrase, is that all they need to steal my coins?

Thanks in advance!
Rezilient
14  Economy / Economics / Bug in Bitcoin algorithm! on: February 10, 2014, 10:00:56 PM
Article here: http://www.coindesk.com/price-drops-mt-gox-blames-bitcoin-flaw-withdrawal-delays/
Quote from coindesk article:

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Mt. Gox offered two explanations for laymen and tech-savvy users. In essence, Mt. Gox says it identified a bug in the Bitcoin software that makes it possible for someone to use the network to alter transaction details, making it seem like bitcoins had not been sent to a bitcoin wallet, when in fact they had.

“Since the transaction appears as if it has not proceeded correctly, the bitcoins may be re-sent. Mt. Gox is working with the Bitcoin core development team and others to mitigate this issue,” Mt. Gox said.

The technical explanation is a lot more detailed.

It points out that bitcoin transactions are subject to a design flaw that has been largely ingored, although it was known to “at least a part” of the Bitcoin core development community. The defect is known as “transaction malleability” and it allows third parties to alter the hash of a fresh transaction without invalidating the signature. Mt. Gox explains:

“Of course only one of the two transactions can be validated. However, if the party who altered the transaction is fast enough, for example with a direct connection to different mining pools, or has even a small amount of mining power, it can easily cause the transaction hash alteration to be committed to the blockchain.”

The “sendtoaddress” API returns a transaction hash as a way to track the insertion of the transaction into the block chain. Since most wallet and exchange services keep a record of this in order to respond to users who make inquiries about their transactions, they could assume that the transaction was not sent – as it would not appear in the block chain with the original hash. For the time being, there is no way of efficiently recognizing alternative transactions.

“This means that an individual could request bitcoins from an exchange or wallet service, alter the resulting transaction’s hash before inclusion in the blockchain, then contact the issuing service while claiming the transaction did not proceed. If the alteration fails, the user can simply send the bitcoins back and try again until successful.”

Can someone more technical than myself please weigh in?

Thanks.
15  Local / 挖矿 / 谁使这个400G on: January 23, 2014, 01:22:00 PM
没有人知道谁使这个400G机





我想批量购买,但他们没有告诉我这是用的芯片。无电源包括在内。
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Need help with ASICMiner Cube! on: December 20, 2013, 03:41:34 AM
Hi guys. 

I bought an ASICMiner Cube (30+ GH/s) and I'm having some trouble with it.  I was getting straight X's so I started testing the boards 1 by 1. 

When I insert 1 board, I get all O's.  Two or three boards, no problem.  But the 4th board I start getting X's across half the last board.  Then finally the 5th board I get all X's.

Any idea what's going on?  I have a new Corsair TX650M which should have more than enough power (+12V @ 54A).

Thanks.
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