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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [TRUMP] TrumpCoin SuperPAC on: September 13, 2016, 09:00:33 AM
it sounds weird, and the website says there is no Trumpcoin in the fund. It is probably just a technical glitch with the api.

http://www.trumpcoin.com

then it went shit early on aanyway.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1558916.580

That is where it left off, 100k went missing when it was sent to sgnals7, or did it get put into the trump fund? Did chiicken send his money to escrow as stated?

It is hard to see who is telling the truth tbf. chicken seems clear that you signals7 took the cash. But he is not here defending himself, so it is hardly proven.

Where is the trump fund, what account?

Trump says he is a billionaire, so what use is 5 or 10k to him to him anyway?
2  Economy / Services / Re: Does anyone make TIP BOTS Twitter? on: September 13, 2016, 02:58:20 AM
https://github.com/Biersteker/node-tip-bot-twitter  <--- This might help. Smiley

And maybe you can message the guy from this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=930916.0


Thanks, I appreciate your response. I will look into both suggestions.

3  Economy / Services / Re: Does anyone make TIP BOTS Twitter? on: September 12, 2016, 01:09:12 PM
Like the title says, does anyone make TIPBOTS for Twitter? Or do you know anyone who makes them?

They are a bit old fashioned, I know, but I could use one.

It would have to be for a new alt (not compiled yet). It does not have to be cutting edge or anything, just like the ones that were knocking around a year ago.

The Gems guy used to do them, but I don't think he does now, plus I can't remember his user name.

I had a look at git, saw a doge one, but I am not sure if I can adapt it without 2-weeks of frustration beforehand.

Bumped for anybody just arriving :-)
4  Economy / Services / Does anyone make TIP BOTS Twitter? on: September 12, 2016, 11:00:25 AM
Like the title says, does anyone make TIPBOTS for Twitter? Or do you know anyone who makes them?

They are a bit old fashioned, I know, but I could use one.

It would have to be for a new alt (not compiled yet). It does not have to be cutting edge or anything, just like the ones that were knocking around a year ago.

The Gems guy used to do them, but I don't think he does now, plus I can't remember his user name.

I had a look at git, saw a doge one, but I am not sure if I can adapt it without 2-weeks of frustration beforehand.
5  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [selling] bitcointalk account . on: September 02, 2016, 03:58:58 AM
It is not too expensive, the question is whether it is legitimate.

Fact, some of the highest ranking accounts on here are bought accounts. Ranking means nothing really, unless you are prepared to suck up to a scheme that pays you for posting, at a rate that is most likely below minimum wage given the majority here will scratch their heads trying to keep their post count up.

It is quickly becoming apparent to me that the value of accounts are not for paid schemes, but for shill accounts, layer upon layer of shill accounts.

Few seem to cotton on to the multiple personality disorder that pervades in half of the altcoin threads on here.



6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: POS coin that you don't need wallet open 24/7? on: August 31, 2016, 02:55:20 AM
Get one of those 10 dollars a year servers if there is a particular coin you want to stake. Compile the Linux daemon, send your coins there. There are a couple of security steps to employ, which are very simple, but then you are good to go with 24 hours a day staking.

NB: Back up the wallet to your HDD (or wherever) in case cheapo server goes bust.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: ►►CryptoLife Development - Altcoin Creation and Cryptocurrency Services Provider on: January 05, 2016, 03:35:30 AM
Another excellent experience. PoS knowledge, OSX knowledge even knowledge shared freely on compiling clients. Plus, a free job for God's sake, totally unexpected. A+.  Avoid X13  0.3 coin offers, they are from the same crew (look at the code, virtually no changes ever made, and one of the main people cannot even make an altcoin, yet he has 3).

Cheers Mr Hazard.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: List of burn addresses for altcoins (provably unspendable addresses) on: December 27, 2015, 01:45:11 AM
It's a good list, and in real terms, the only thing proven beyond doubt was by me "I think therefore I am". If you think Descartes proved that,  you missed the point of the experiment.

A bit of advertising, and not exactly unwarranted given the OP set these up and they are free to use.

And is anyone gonna try and guess a key to get his hands on a mass of bagofshitecoins?

9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] ████████████████████ [X] ██████████████ on: December 07, 2015, 06:18:48 PM
Just Teky Boy.!!! Many times connected to a different coin.. And I'm not the only one. I have this pool in the black list.. and Also other people which are engaged in the production.. Even the look of the site is sick.. And he is definitely unhealthy... Sorry for the direct statement..

Many times? Or once when the server blacked out? Nothing wrong with Tekyboy's pool. I have used it loads of times and I can't  say I have had one problem.

How does the site look sick? It is a unomp template. Neat and tidy.

Sounds like a personal vendetta.

"And he is definitely unhealthy"

Jesus. WTF?
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: adding rpc call for getbalance [account] or listtraanactions [account] on: November 04, 2015, 02:19:38 PM
my php isn't all that great, so I can't do everything for you. However, I can tell you what needs to be done.

you don't need to remove the ban in bc_api.php since that is for someone else calling your api, not internal doing it.

Where you have transaction crossed out, replace that with another name. At the top of block_explorer.php, copy the last else if block statement. Change the comment if you want for documentation. Change the string inside the brackets (Keep the quote marks) to the same name as you set earlier down below. Change what you want the header to say and change the next line so that the function has another name. Inside the brackets, change the string to match the name you set earlier.

In bc_layout.php, add another function with the same name that you set the function to. I can't really help you here, but you will need to include a variable to hold the string. Then set that variable to another function name which takes in as a parameter a variable set in the header of the function you are currently in in bc_layout.

In bc_daemon.php, add another function with the same name as the last function you added. Follow what the other functions do and use the comments there to help build your function which will request info from the bitcoind.

Sorry if this is hard to follow. I will try to help as best as I can.

Cheers  for the answer, I will have a go at it. Fingers crossed X
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / adding rpc call for getbalance [account] or listtraanactions [account] on: November 04, 2015, 02:06:57 AM
Frustrated by this, I have been trying to make an updated pretty version of block_crawler with the added beauty of "search by address"

I can see where to add code in block_explorer.php

echo "      <div class=\"menu_item\">\n";
      echo "         <span class=\"menu_desc\">Enter a Block Index / Height</span><br>\n";
      echo "         <form action=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."\" method=\"post\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"text\" name=\"block_height\" size=\"40\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"submit\" name=\"submit\" value=\"Jump To Block\">\n";
      echo "         </form>\n";
      echo "      </div>\n";
      echo "\n";
      echo "      <div class=\"menu_item\">\n";
      echo "         <span class=\"menu_desc\">Enter A Block Hash</span><br>\n";
      echo "         <form action=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."\" method=\"post\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"text\" name=\"block_hash\" size=\"40\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"submit\" name=\"submit\" value=\"Jump To Block\">\n";
      echo "         </form>\n";
      echo "      </div>\n";
      echo "\n";
      echo "      <div class=\"menu_item\">\n";
      echo "         <span class=\"menu_desc\">Enter A Transaction ID</span><br>\n";
      echo "         <form action=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."\" method=\"post\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"text\" name=\"transaction\" size=\"40\">\n";
      echo "               <input type=\"submit\" name=\"submit\" value=\"Jump To TX\">\n";
      echo "         </form>\n";
      echo "      </div>\n";
      echo "\n";
      echo "   </div>\n";
      echo "\n";
   }



It seems simply copy paste one of the 3 above, and alter it to a different rpc call (the rpc call does not work but visually it appears as if you could search by address).

echo "\n";
      echo "      <div class=\"menu_item\">\n";
      echo "         <span class=\"menu_desc\">Enter A Transaction ID Enter an Address</span><br>\n";
      echo "         <form action=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."\" method=\"post\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"text\" name=\"transaction\" size=\"40\">\n";
      echo "               <input type=\"submit\" name=\"submit\" value=\"Jump To TX\">\n";
      echo "         </form>\n";
      echo "      </div>\n";



Then of course remove the ban in bc_api.php, either or both of these I guess

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//   These are security checks to ensure that no one uses the API
//   to request balance data or mess up the wallet.
   if ($request[0] == "getbalance")
   {
      bcapi_error (1, "Method Not Permitted: getbalance");
   }   
   
   if ($request[0] == "listaccounts")
   {
      bcapi_error (2, "Method Not Permitted: listaccounts");
   }   
   
   if ($request[0] == "listtransactions")
   {
      bcapi_error (3, "Method Not Permitted: listtransactions");
   }   

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////


Then I am left with making right call on my new add-on in block_crawler.php

echo "\n";
      echo "      <div class=\"menu_item\">\n";
      echo "         <span class=\"menu_desc\">Enter A Transaction ID Enter an Address</span><br>\n";
      echo "         <form action=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."\" method=\"post\">\n";
      echo "            <input type=\"text\" name=\"transaction\" size=\"40\">\n";
      echo "               <input type=\"submit\" name=\"submit\" value=\"Jump To TX\">\n";
      echo "         </form>\n";
      echo "      </div>\n";


I guessed there would be a "getbalance" or "lisittransactions" in there but php is not my forte.

Then I thought maybe I needed a GET or just a REQUEST or something in there.

To some people this is easy, and I have scoured the web.

Anyone know where I am wrong?

Visually it is not tricky to make the old crawler look a bit nicer.

https://github.com/CallMeJake/BlockCrawler
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: the Best Linux server for bitcoind on: November 04, 2015, 01:12:05 AM
I don't think Ubuntu is the best necessarily but it has such a grip on the amount of users,it is just so much easier to begin with it. When you are happy, try Debian, which is almost the same but quirkier.

I wouldn't recommend Ubuntu past 14.04 (or is it 3).  The 15x releases are a bit unstable.

Ubuntu is so popular it even has the cheek to try to scam money out of you when you  download. You untick each donation already ticked (think ask toolbar). As you go down the list unticking they liken it as ever decreasing circles until finally you end up donating nothing which Ubuntu is keen to point out is worth exactly "nothing".  They add an "unsmiley" face to drive the point home.

But the best to start with. Just use 64 bit 14.04

13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][SDP]SydPak Coin[X13][POW/POS]NINJA RELEASE!!!!!!! on: November 01, 2015, 03:21:06 AM
sell drugs and weapons, and I might think your sales will be a success.  Wink
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][SDP]SydPak Coin[X13][POW/POS]NINJA RELEASE!!!!!!! on: November 01, 2015, 03:18:43 AM
SDP store now Open atm we are still filling it up with stock and any products that sell out will be reordered. eventually we will stock pretty much everything

www.sydpak.com

a 10% premine is not so bad, it happens, it is not a year ago.The shop stuff, or services, is not convincing at all. About 700 people have said it in the last year, not so many delivered.

10%,  though,  it has become kind of normal. The premine obsessives have become a minority, so I support you on that.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Anti Bitcoin - Bitcoin Evil Twin - Crypto Currency Return [sha-256] on: October 26, 2015, 03:42:03 PM
Good idea, I like the humour and anti-roadmap.

Has anti-Dash been done yet?

Darkcoin to Dash, wtf?

At least they could have called it Whizz!

Sorry off topic. Good luck with antibitcoin.

16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] LiteDoge - such Community coin | no premine | very fast | much profit on: October 23, 2015, 11:28:32 PM
50 billion coins maximum (approx)is going to make the price on the low side. Plus,  I lost a 8 million in the great fork or whatever happened. I staked them back, though. But it made a bit of a difference to feelings. Someone stole a bunch of it, too (according to one of the explorers it is on). So there is a bit murky side to overcome.

In truth, however,  I think it is one of the most interesting coins out there. None of them do anything anyway, so litedoge cannot be accused of doing nothing either.

Some of the artwork is very attractive, cute and funny. It is self-deprecating which makes it far funnier than big doge.

It takes a rethink and some honest evaluation, but litedoge has more latent potential than many coins.

You need a strategist on the team, one able to cut through the crap and promote all the clever touches that have already been added to it.

Litedoge the cartoon! (I am only half kidding). There is something very marketable that I have not seen in other coins. It has a somethig factor about it. But it means working and working and taking a chance, and the guidance of someone with expertise.

I really like it.  Kiss





17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] BOLIVARCOIN [No Premine] [X11] [POW] [BOLI] [Block Explorer] [And More] on: October 16, 2015, 01:13:49 PM
What he says above, good pool. Connect on vardiff.

stratum+tcp://stratum.tekyboy.tk:15008

wallet address as username

password of your choice
(it does not matter what you choose)


(variable difference)
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [CAID] CoinAid - Pure POS 60% Per Year....... on: October 16, 2015, 01:30:14 AM
I'd say not yet or to be more precise not this week. For one it's almost over and second STEPS is working to get added, currently leading. I see no reason to waste funds battling that coin but to be completely open, I support STEPS there at moment.

On C-Cex the votes are accumulating all the time, they are not getting zeroed every week (like it is done on Cryptopia). So you can pay or vote whenever you like - your votes will not be lost Smiley

They are not zeroed as I understand it, but I think you are you are partly right. However, they get stored on the right of the page. I think you get admitted when you hit 5,000,000 in total, which is why they show the running totals. So that is a lot of DOT.

I am not 100%, but the wording indicates that, as does the relatively new practice of showing accumulated votes over each voting period.

19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Any Mr Fixits about? Tiny Nomp 1 coin very unstable. on: October 08, 2015, 10:03:26 PM
Anyone want to do a fix?

If you know what you're doing, of course. Or just bin the bastard and make a new one.

Pay up to 5  LTC if interested. Coin is not worth anything.

Actually it might be easier to just configure it new.



edit

if this is the wrong section I would be grateful if  you point me in the right one (so many sections here)
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [POOL] HASHPOWER.CO - YAAMP CLONE - X11, X13, X15, Quark, Neoscrypt on: October 04, 2015, 08:50:02 PM

You didn't reply to the above or email and there are no other contact details. It says "my" Amber is on the pool. I can't find out how to change my address there.

Here is an Amber address if you want to post that instead of Bolivar

AHDnXypLigkjcyatDiKf5ajPnF8vMPDmee


i'm not the OP just a pool user like you.
you put c=BOLI in password and you'r gonna be ok.
if the old addy is still recognized as AMBER no matter the option - use a new addy,
those 20 AMBER you see are probably lost for good.
for any matter contact pool operator, good luck

this has been established. Stop  repeating yourself.


Edit:The exchange, is this for coins mined (plus LTC. BTC) or are you planning to make it into a full blown thing? Not too many left now. 
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