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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][Blocknet] truly decentralized exchange | token ecosystem infrastructure on: June 18, 2017, 01:10:54 AM
edit: got one, thanks guys!

anywhere I can download the whole blockchain?? pm me

syncing takes foreverrrrrrr

better yet if there is a lite client yet?
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Wavesgo.com: New Waves block explorer and future information hub on: June 17, 2017, 06:26:07 PM
placed decent sized bid for wavesgo at .01799 waves on the DEX

just a heads up if you want some liquidity.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Any Sha256 coins I can point my old ASIC at? on: January 29, 2017, 11:22:16 PM
Any Sha256 coins I can point my old asic at?
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Mineable/Acquirable projects trying to get listed on exchanges on: January 29, 2017, 11:21:24 PM
Looking for projects that seem promising but aren't yet listed on exchanges and have people actively trying to get them listed

Name a few and I'll research myself
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Altcoins under 70K Valuation on: January 29, 2017, 11:20:22 PM
Looking for projects that have valuations/money supply/marketcap under 70K that you think are promising.

Name a few any why, and I'll research myself
6  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [ANN] MINING POOLS, new art book in association with NastyFans - 0.17 BTC on: November 23, 2016, 05:02:33 PM
If the bids get too high, retail sales are ongoing here!

didn't notice this from the auction at first! Might get one
7  Economy / Collectibles / Re: BTCC Launches Bitcoin Poker Chips -- Fun, Affordable Collectibles on: November 22, 2016, 05:13:17 PM
"affordable"

Smiley
8  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [AUCTION] AUTOGRAPHED MINING POOLS BOOK & COINS FEATURED IN THE BOOK! on: November 22, 2016, 04:08:52 AM
Nice to see some new products
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: May 02, 2015, 04:15:52 PM
Remember when the database build was going to be merged into production last January?

Have you donated to the core devs or contributed code to the github?

No?  Then why are you complaining about a free, open-source piece of software's production schedule?


you don't know that

and because it is late


so what is the bug or concern preventing this from being the main download from the main website on all platforms?

I think the blockchain converters haven't been tested enough / there's still some minor bugs there. I guess the devs don't want to release it and then everyone rebuild the blockchain from the network. There are various LMDB blockchain downloads available from members of the community though, if peeps are willing to trust them.

so if you have a in-memory blockchain and want to test the blockchain export -> import or blockchain converter functions, please do!!!

okay, thanks
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: May 02, 2015, 04:15:20 PM
you don't know that

I know that bitmonerod is running on my Windows laptop and taking up only about 60MB of memory.

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

 Wink

 Kiss

what about mac and linux? what are the outstanding bugs or concerns preventing precompiled builds from available for download from the main website?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: May 02, 2015, 03:54:02 PM
Remember when the database build was going to be merged into production last January?

Have you donated to the core devs or contributed code to the github?

No?  Then why are you complaining about a free, open-source piece of software's production schedule?


you don't know that

and because it is late


so what is the bug or concern preventing this from being the main download from the main website on all platforms?
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: May 02, 2015, 02:58:32 PM
Remember when the database build was going to be merged into production last January?



in b4 fluffy pony flips his shit because I pointed out the obvious
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero Speculation on: April 29, 2015, 12:17:27 PM
awesome awesome, I'm back fellas

Now that the Monero train is near levels where I sold at the beginning of the last rally
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 12, 2015, 06:05:22 AM
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 06, 2015, 04:53:42 AM
Monero Price sudden downtrending. What's happening?  Shocked

I was looking at that, if I hadn't sold early into this rally I would have had a maximum of 146 bitcoins worth of monero. If I tried to sell at the top of .0043 this would have tanked the price as well. I would have only been able to sell maybe 1/3rd of these anywhere near the high price.

Other people that owned Monero from the bottom of the rally face this problem too, so any one of them selling just a tiny amount will crash the price.

You could have easily sold 50k+ XMR at 0.004.

shit, really?

everytime I looked at the order books I didn't see that much liquidity, I use cryptrader
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 06, 2015, 04:53:08 AM
look guys, you aren't going to get anywhere trying to pay software engineers in water rations from your village in bumfuckistan

Nobody pays anybody in lines of code

"Good coders" don't continue to live in places that pay 4000 euros a month, or 6000 euros a month, or 8000 euros a month, they all go to NY and SF and make way more than that, in U.S.DOLLARS, and everyone else is a subpar coder and/or preoccupied with the exact same reason that they can't go live in NY and SF

your poor cryptocurrency economy is going to stay poor as it will not be able to attract talent, there will be a continual brain drain from software engineers every time they see some 0.5 XMR bounty that some schmuck says "but it will be worth more in the future"

EVERY schmuck is trying to get software engineers to work for a stake in something greater, EVEN THE COMPANIES THAT ARE PAYING 200,000 USD PER YEAR ARE ALSO PAYING IN SHARES, OPTIONS, AND OTHER ASSETS POTENTIALLY WORTH MORE IN THE FUTURE, which is by the way over 16500 a month or 15000 eur/month

the database merge was coming soon since December 2014.

You completely miss the point and why complains about slow development and/or missed dead lines is so insulting and anyone doing so is a troll, this is an opensource project, Monero is not a company. Devs are doing all from their own pocket... help with code, donate or STFU.

This is not a get rich quick scheme. Monero already works, everything else is a luxury.

The whole blockchain in memory issue is stupid as hell to begin with. What the monero team is doing to fix this seems pretty useful, but the fact this is even a thing is ridiculous (yes, not monero team's fault, but the delays are decreasing the utility of this coin as the blockchain grows larger and becomes less intuitive to use).

Pointing all of this out is supposed to be offensive and every developer on the team should be able to say "yeah its true we suck at delivering on time and wow my dog/kid/wife/government-imposed-travel-restriction did prevent me from moving to San Francisco and earning $250,000/yr" instead of having literally any other excuse

I mean unless I said something false, which I haven't (but I am open to counterpoints). Nothing I said belittles what the devs are doing, it more so criticizes everyone trying to debate about how to pay the devs pennies, when in reality, that isn't possible until people start talking about real sources of money.

Every point and counterpoint on this subject I've seen has been filled with conjecture "corporate code sucks because of the big budget" what? no. "software engineers make 4000/eur a month" what? no. "you're BOTH RIGHT, here is this cutting edge strategy to pay by lines of code while factoring in that less code is probably more valuable!" what the hell?

The only thing the Monero project has going for it is that it is managed better than other cryptocurrency projects, which is a bar so fucking low it isn't even worth talking about. THAT IS NOT A BRAGGING POINT.

About 50% of this post makes good sense and about 50% of it is straw men like claiming that corporate code sucks because of the big budget (I didn't say that). Corporate code often sucks despite the big budget. It gets done faster in part because of the big budget (also the problems being solved are often pre-selected to be solvable in a commercially-useful time period, though not always).

Anyway, I'm not sure why anyone should be interested in your opinion. I pretty much agree with code, donate or STFU. A lot of what you are saying is correct, but as far as I can tell, none of it is actually useful.



its just a counter point to the last 3 pages of discussion in this forum. so maybe people can talk about more productive things.

code, donate or STFU

code, donate or STFU

code, donate or STFU

 Cheesy

reminds me of something Garza would have said

lets just keep chanting that in unison, ok on three
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 06, 2015, 02:12:44 AM
look guys, you aren't going to get anywhere trying to pay software engineers in water rations from your village in bumfuckistan

Nobody pays anybody in lines of code

"Good coders" don't continue to live in places that pay 4000 euros a month, or 6000 euros a month, or 8000 euros a month, they all go to NY and SF and make way more than that, in U.S.DOLLARS, and everyone else is a subpar coder and/or preoccupied with the exact same reason that they can't go live in NY and SF

your poor cryptocurrency economy is going to stay poor as it will not be able to attract talent, there will be a continual brain drain from software engineers every time they see some 0.5 XMR bounty that some schmuck says "but it will be worth more in the future"

EVERY schmuck is trying to get software engineers to work for a stake in something greater, EVEN THE COMPANIES THAT ARE PAYING 200,000 USD PER YEAR ARE ALSO PAYING IN SHARES, OPTIONS, AND OTHER ASSETS POTENTIALLY WORTH MORE IN THE FUTURE, which is by the way over 16500 a month or 15000 eur/month

the database merge was coming soon since December 2014.

You completely miss the point and why complains about slow development and/or missed dead lines is so insulting and anyone doing so is a troll, this is an opensource project, Monero is not a company. Devs are doing all from their own pocket... help with code, donate or STFU.

This is not a get rich quick scheme. Monero already works, everything else is a luxury.

The whole blockchain in memory issue is stupid as hell to begin with. What the monero team is doing to fix this seems pretty useful, but the fact this is even a thing is ridiculous (yes, not monero team's fault, but the delays are decreasing the utility of this coin as the blockchain grows larger and becomes less intuitive to use).

Pointing all of this out is supposed to be offensive and every developer on the team should be able to say "yeah its true we suck at delivering on time and wow my dog/kid/wife/government-imposed-travel-restriction did prevent me from moving to San Francisco and earning $250,000/yr" instead of having literally any other excuse

I mean unless I said something false, which I haven't (but I am open to counterpoints). Nothing I said belittles what the devs are doing, it more so criticizes everyone trying to debate about how to pay the devs pennies, when in reality, that isn't possible until people start talking about real sources of money.

Every point and counterpoint on this subject I've seen has been filled with conjecture "corporate code sucks because of the big budget" what? no. "software engineers make 4000/eur a month" what? no. "you're BOTH RIGHT, here is this cutting edge strategy to pay by lines of code while factoring in that less code is probably more valuable!" what the hell?

The only thing the Monero project has going for it is that it is managed better than other cryptocurrency projects, which is a bar so fucking low it isn't even worth talking about. THAT IS NOT A BRAGGING POINT.

About 50% of this post makes good sense and about 50% of it is straw men like claiming that corporate code sucks because of the big budget (I didn't say that). Corporate code often sucks despite the big budget. It gets done faster in part because of the big budget (also the problems being solved are often pre-selected to be solvable in a commercially-useful time period, though not always).

Anyway, I'm not sure why anyone should be interested in your opinion. I pretty much agree with code, donate or STFU. A lot of what you are saying is correct, but as far as I can tell, none of it is actually useful.



its just a counter point to the last 3 pages of discussion in this forum. so maybe people can talk about more productive things.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 06, 2015, 01:49:51 AM
look guys, you aren't going to get anywhere trying to pay software engineers in water rations from your village in bumfuckistan

Nobody pays anybody in lines of code

"Good coders" don't continue to live in places that pay 4000 euros a month, or 6000 euros a month, or 8000 euros a month, they all go to NY and SF and make way more than that, in U.S.DOLLARS, and everyone else is a subpar coder and/or preoccupied with the exact same reason that they can't go live in NY and SF

your poor cryptocurrency economy is going to stay poor as it will not be able to attract talent, there will be a continual brain drain from software engineers every time they see some 0.5 XMR bounty that some schmuck says "but it will be worth more in the future"

EVERY schmuck is trying to get software engineers to work for a stake in something greater, EVEN THE COMPANIES THAT ARE PAYING 200,000 USD PER YEAR ARE ALSO PAYING IN SHARES, OPTIONS, AND OTHER ASSETS POTENTIALLY WORTH MORE IN THE FUTURE, which is by the way over 16500 a month or 15000 eur/month

the database merge was coming soon since December 2014.

You completely miss the point and why complains about slow development and/or missed dead lines is so insulting and anyone doing so is a troll, this is an opensource project, Monero is not a company. Devs are doing all from their own pocket... help with code, donate or STFU.

This is not a get rich quick scheme. Monero already works, everything else is a luxury.

The whole blockchain in memory issue is stupid as hell to begin with. What the monero team is doing to fix this seems pretty useful, but the fact this is even a thing is ridiculous (yes, not monero team's fault, but the delays are decreasing the utility of this coin as the blockchain grows larger and becomes less intuitive to use).

Pointing all of this out is supposed to be offensive and every developer on the team should be able to say "yeah its true we suck at delivering on time and wow my dog/family/government-imposed-travel-restriction did prevent me from moving to San Francisco and earning $250,000/yr" instead of having literally any other excuse

I mean unless I said something false, which I haven't (but I am open to counterpoints). Nothing I said belittles what the devs are doing, it more so criticizes everyone trying to debate about how to pay the devs pennies, when in reality, that isn't possible until people start talking about real sources of money.

Every point and counterpoint on this subject I've seen has been filled with conjecture "corporate code sucks because of the big budget" what? no. "software engineers make 4000/eur a month" what? no. "you're BOTH RIGHT, here is this cutting edge strategy to pay by lines of code while factoring in that less code is probably more valuable!" what the hell?

The only thing the Monero project has going for it is that it is managed better than other cryptocurrency projects, which is a bar so fucking low it isn't even worth talking about. THAT IS NOT A BRAGGING POINT.


19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 06, 2015, 12:11:07 AM
Monero Price sudden downtrending. What's happening?  Shocked

I was looking at that, if I hadn't sold early into this rally I would have had a maximum of 146 bitcoins worth of monero. If I tried to sell at the top of .0043 this would have tanked the price as well. I would have only been able to sell maybe 1/3rd of these anywhere near the high price.

Other people that owned Monero from the bottom of the rally face this problem too, so any one of them selling just a tiny amount will crash the price.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency - 0.8.8.6 on: April 06, 2015, 12:07:06 AM
look guys, you aren't going to get anywhere trying to pay software engineers in water rations from your village in bumfuckistan

Nobody pays anybody in lines of code

"Good coders" don't continue to live in places that pay 4000 euros a month, or 6000 euros a month, or 8000 euros a month, they all go to NY and SF and make way more than that, in U.S.DOLLARS, and everyone else is a subpar coder and/or preoccupied with the exact same reason that they can't go live in NY and SF

your poor cryptocurrency economy is going to stay poor as it will not be able to attract talent, there will be a continual brain drain from software engineers every time they see some 0.5 XMR bounty that some schmuck says "but it will be worth more in the future"

EVERY schmuck is trying to get software engineers to work for a stake in something greater, EVEN THE COMPANIES THAT ARE PAYING 200,000 USD PER YEAR ARE ALSO PAYING IN SHARES, OPTIONS, AND OTHER ASSETS POTENTIALLY WORTH MORE IN THE FUTURE, which is by the way over 16500 a month or 15000 eur/month

the database merge was coming soon since December 2014.
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