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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / early coins moving? on: May 31, 2016, 09:55:03 PM
There's nothing on /r/btc, /r/bitcoin, /r/bitcoin_uncensored or twitter that I can see, did Dr. Wright end up moving any of satoshi's coins as he said he would do within 30 days of 30 days ago?  I don't see it.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Crashplan-alternative on: July 13, 2014, 10:57:27 PM
Just wondering if there's any alternative company to Crashplan that accepts bitcoin yet?  Just had a 3.3TB near miss...am interested in new ideas if anyone has any.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / bitcoin no longer in ubuntu as of 14.04? on: April 07, 2014, 05:34:56 AM
What's up with that?

http://packages.ubuntu.com/raring/bitcoin-qt

I don't see anything for trusty
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / tradefortress on: September 26, 2013, 10:20:35 AM
I think you owe opencoin and the entire ripple economy an apology now that the distributed ripple server is opensourced.
5  Economy / Services / Claim Adjudicator Wanted on: May 27, 2013, 05:39:34 AM
While this is strictly speaking a Ripple related post, it is also a Bitcointalk* related one --

I have created  foresight exchange claim ( http://www.ideosphere.com/fx-bin/Claim?claim=RIPRPL ) for those here in the bitcoin community who are critical of Ripple (and conversely, some of us in the Ripple community) to put some of your reputation on the line.  One of the worries is specifically due to the delayed release of the server (and it's respective source code).  Scam or not, Ripple is not currently released -- and it is possible the US government could prevent this release entirely, despite OpenCoin's best efforts.   If this is something that you believe is likely, then please consider betting on this idea market claim.

And if you believe you could be a neutral judge on this matter, please consider signing up to this site, and signing up as a judge for this claim (or if you believe this claim needs love, or a new claim is justified please contact me via this thread or via themusicgod1@zworg.com)

*Specifically I expect that in the event of OpenCoin imploding due to US government interferrence that this event would be discussed here, on the bitcointalk forums as an example of how the Ripple 'scam' was shut down(do those reading this post agree that this is likely to happen happen? I mean the discussing it here part -- not the US government shutting it down part).
6  Other / Beginners & Help / Bitcoin users in Carnduff, Saskatchewan, Canada? on: May 17, 2013, 05:30:39 AM
For the next few months, I am going to be travelling across Canada, trying to live as much as possible off of bitcoin, starting in Carnduff, Saskatchewan.  Is there anything interesting available for Bitcoin there?  Food/lodging?  I'll post the next city when I get there.
7  Other / Beginners & Help / results of block 225439 not showing up, despite block 225526 being available on: March 12, 2013, 06:36:39 PM
In block 225439, I made a transaction from 1MvwZ6e2PA9QxNimjvq5VuzXpicW2rbzf3 to 13jyPYepRpVdrZsUvnaZm81PYygPsAS9Jk.  13jyPYepRpVdrZsUvnaZm81PYygPsAS9Jk is the address which my android client uses.

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1AeY7XZMzXB4Pz2ri4CsS3vtoT8zwZU7uq

It seems to have been accepted into the blockchain [ie fees paid seem to have been enough], but the client at the receiving end just isn't seeing it.  Should I have the qt-client at the sending end still running[ie will it need to resend?]  It's been some time now since it was sent...

**edit 1**: trying to do a 'reset' forcing the receiving end to reread the blockchain from scratch...

**edit 2**: odd...it crashes when I do that.  Looking up stack trace...

**edit 3**: nevermind, after getting through the crashes, doing a 'reset', android client synced up properly, working now!
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