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1  Other / New forum software / Re: Tag notification on Bitcointalk on: Today at 07:55:40 PM
So, basically a "Follow Member" system?

Someone suggested the same here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3017552.0
Nope I don't think he means the follower system.What he mean is,he needs to have a notification sent to him if a members tags his user-name in a post.Similar to telegram/facebook.I'm not sure if this is discussed somewhere but considering the new website (if ever launched) will have the notification system,this wouldn't be a big feature to add.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Twitter indefinitely suspends FreeBitcoins.com handle. on: Today at 07:49:47 PM
This account also wasn't a personal account.  It was a crypto business.  It seems it was more likely targeted for being Bitcoin related/faucet/cryptocurrency related.
There you go! Should answer your question.They don't give temp bans for the accounts reported by another user/service.They are aggressively banning crypto-related services anyway especially ICO related stuff.

Ugh- sorry that happened to you- all these restrictions are getting CRAZY! 
It's a private owned service and this is certain to happen.What we need ? A blockchain based twitter !
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Blockchain in business on: Today at 07:33:29 PM
I don't understand how blockchain could be applied into business. Anyone has a real life example of the advantage of a smart contract?
Blockchain technically can be applied into every business which wants transparency in their operations.

Transparency and immutability.   
Yeah that! Being a programmer the word immutability keeps haunting me in my dreams!
4  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Where to buy laptops/PC's with BTC? on: Today at 07:29:58 PM
I'm looking for suggestions as to where i can easily buy laptops with cryptocurrencies (preferably Bitcoin).

I've found this site, https://spendabit.co/go?q=laptop, but i'm not too sure how legit it is.

Anyone that has ever used them before? Alot of the products listed there redirect to a dead link, or are no longer available.
I'm not exactly giving you the suggestions in terms of a website but here's what I would do if I were you,
 - Find a bitcoiner from your country and see if they can buy the laptop for you and get paid in bitcoins of course you can pay them some tips for the work.
 - Open a thread,post your desired model and see if anyone is ready to do it with BTC and ship it to you.
 - Not sure how legit purse.io is but you can try them.
 - SpendAbit is just a mediator which lists down the websites that sells your stuff from BTC.

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spendabit is a search engine for things you can buy with Bitcoin.
5  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Blockchain in business on: Today at 07:16:57 PM
I don't understand how blockchain could be applied into business. Anyone has a real life example of the advantage of a smart contract?
Blockchain technically can be applied into every business which wants transparency in their operations.For real life instances,you can take ripple into consideration along with a few other coins set to change the way banking works.If you're looking for something where blockchain is being implemented and a business is actively using it,you need to wait a couple of more years maybe.
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking to join a project on: Today at 07:12:28 PM
I might be able to hook you up with the right people depending on what you bring to the table.Also are you looking for a full-time position which pay in terms of stakes as rewards or a freelance project with fixed payments in btc/alt-coins ?

Send me a personal message with more details on the skillset you have to offer and I shall take it from there.
7  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Sportsbet.io phishing? on: Today at 07:04:39 PM
They claim that World League is sponsored by sportsbet, but it is the same.
Haha these shit-holes can go heights to scam people.I wonder when these bubble headed twats will realise how big this scam really is.

@OP,the said member's password was reset recently so I believe they're hacked and the culprit might be the one sending those fake links or whatever we are not able to view at the moment.That spam is mostly deleted by the mods.
8  Other / Meta / Re: Indian Sub New Moderator ? [Recommendations Welcome] on: Today at 06:59:54 PM
Bump
9  Economy / Reputation / Re: Need DT, ICO Bumping + Multi-accounts on: Today at 06:59:14 PM
Nobody cares? It is not against the rules?

Everybody could see that these account are connected and abuse the system.
It is definitely against the rules and you should be making it easier for the DT/Mods to take care of such accounts by reporting them at a place where a mod is more active.Post them here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2645450.msg26946665#msg26946665  and I shall update the list for mprep to ban/temp-ban them.
10  Economy / Reputation / Re: Coin-Secure Exchange Hack - Tracking & Discussions on: Today at 06:53:07 PM
It really looks like an inside job.

"Dr. Amitabh Saxena" should have the ability to split coins safely, I managed to do it myself without incident.


Disappointed Shareholder
Considering he is a "Scientist" & a "Crypto-Expert" it should have been a child's play for him.But no,he had to come up with better excuses to steal the money.Less should we care.Anyway,do you hold the company shares or have any stakes at the company ? I don't know how should I interpret the term shareholder as.Did you lose bitcoins too ?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY]🚀StasyQ - brings crypto revolution to the adult industry on: April 19, 2018, 05:23:35 AM
Hi Bounty Hunters,
As per the admins,the ICO unfortunately has been paused with the following message
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ICO IS PAUSED! :zap:

Dear StasyQ Supporters!

We have some important news for you.

First of all, our team would like to thank you for the interest you’ve shown in StasyQ ICO and for being with us. We would especially like to thank all of the people who made contributions and participated in our bounty and referral programs.

However, we regret to inform you that, due to an unfavorable ICO market situation, we have to discontinue StasyQ ICO and refund all of the contributions.

We are really passionate about what we do, and we want StasyQ to be a real game-changing project in the adult industry, but we understand that with the current market the way it is, there is no chance of closing the hard-cap and collecting enough funds to create a platform the way we, and our community want StasyQ to be. It was hard for us to make this decision, but it was necessary in the interest of all current, and future contributors, and supporters.

Important things to know:

- The ICO itself will not be discontinued, but we are going to pause it until the market recovers

- All contributions will be returned to the ETH addresses from which they were received

- We do not require our contributors to return tokens — you should keep them and wait for ICO re-launch

- All bounty stakes will be retained and taken into account after ICO re-launch, the same applies to airdrop tokens

- Despite the fact that we froze the ICO, we have not stopped the StasyQ ecosystem development process, so stay tuned for updates!

Refunds:
https://etherscan.io/tx/0x794cd57301163842f589b65c03a47d20606dc9344a21712e41f0c94c2c666ec9
https://etherscan.io/tx/0x04e3ed84a693fcc95ef21e5c468a8c999cdd462da95bcb71776878f8ea4cbad9
etherscan.io
Ethereum Transaction 0x794cd57301163842f589b65c03a47d20606dc9344a21712e41f0c94c2c666ec9
Ethereum (ETH) detailed transaction info for 0x794cd57301163842f589b65c03a47d20606dc9344a21712e41f0c94c2c666ec9
This will be the last week for the bounty before final sheets will be locked and updated.Bounty sheets will be opened again once the ICO is resumed.As long as your stakes are concerned,they will be updated and taken care of as the bounty starts again.

Please don't forget to submit all your twitter/facebook/blogs/videos by the end of this week to have them updated in the final stakes.
12  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: April 18, 2018, 02:16:04 PM
these are all my relatives, I can provide you with all the documents, we live practically together, and together we choose a campaign. And what's wrong with that? We 7 people lived on this and you now spoiled everything.
That's one hell of a family I suppose.No disrespect,but do you call yourselves "The Bounty Hunter Pack"? I can totally imagine you guys sitting together in a room and posting like this


Too bad forum doesn't like to involve in family matters and hence keep they away.Negative trust well deserved.
13  Other / Meta / Re: Joel_Jantsen's Merit Distribution Thread (Newbies Welcome) on: April 18, 2018, 01:32:52 PM
Sorry there has been a delay in verifying those posts (and or) crediting merits for the eligible users.Please continue doing the good work,I will definitely go through all the posts and send merits accordingly.

@coinlocket$ : Not fair,you're going to be taking all of my merits  Grin
14  Other / Meta / Re: [SMAS] Signature Managers against Spam (light version) on: April 18, 2018, 12:46:22 PM
Sir (Yahoo),
Fact : You know you're not coming out of that list if your post starts with 'Sir','Dear Sir','Madam','Admin Sir','Campaign Sir'  or any other similar type of nouns used to address members.I understand you  want to come off as being 'respectful' but whenever those terms applied in the forum it rather makes you sound desperate.
15  Other / Meta / Re: Copper member did't work out on: April 18, 2018, 12:33:07 PM
The whole forum is a deep ocean full with features.
Wouldn't take more than two hours for someone with an average IQ of 80 to discover all of them.Unfortunately,we have special talents around the forum.

I am saving it for the future  Cheesy
By the way I really missed that corner all those days.
It's totally fine man,it wasn't directed towards you.I was just addressing the type of queries we get around here.For instance,'How do I upload image' is the query which gets asked every other week when there are like 100 of threads explaining how to do the same.Worst case,people are dumb enough to use google.
16  Other / Meta / Re: Copper member did't work out on: April 18, 2018, 12:22:40 PM
The whole forum is a deep ocean full with features.
Wouldn't take more than two hours for someone with an average IQ of 80 to discover all of them.Unfortunately,we have special talents around the forum.
17  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Major indian exchange gets hacked, 438 bitcoins stolen COINSECURE on: April 17, 2018, 07:44:45 AM
All users who have their BTC with coinsecure should write to coinsecure that they want their BTC balance refunded fully in BTC not in INR.
Totally agree with you there ! If it was some random Syrian/Russian hacker who would have emptied all the funds from an exchange,the case would have been different.But this is an internal team fuck-up/inside job which should be taken care by the team members.From what I know,the have way more in profits/Funding from the total bitcoins lost so I don't see any issues with giving customers what they originally own.

Only 438 BTC taken in this attack, eh? We've seen worse.
What's your point ? Are you implying some more BTC should have taken so it could match the previous records for your satisfaction ? 
18  Other / Meta / Re: Indian Sub New Moderator ? [Recommendations Welcome] on: April 16, 2018, 03:03:25 PM
This. He claims to have brought up this context before as well. Dont get me wrong but it seems to me now that Joel is actually trying to promote their own name for the new mod taking advantage of the situation of the Coinsecure and Benson being AWOL (??)Not that I would have any objection to it. (I dont know about others though)
How am I taking advantage of the situation ?  FYI,theymos removed Benson explicitly stating,
Note that I removed Benson Samuel as moderator, but only because I view the situation as potentially too much of a conflict of interest. I have no reason to doubt Benson Samuel's character.
which I totally agree with.Here is my post (a year back) where you could see me whining about no strict moderation in the Indian Sub : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1940691.msg19271392#msg19271392

But nice of you to put it in the Disclaimer.
Because I knew there could be cases of an ad hominem attack.
19  Economy / Services / Re: BitDice Casino Signature Campaign [WILL START 1 DECEMBER] on: April 16, 2018, 01:35:47 PM
Hey Bob,any updates on the last week's payment ?
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: No P2SH Block explorers ? on: April 16, 2018, 01:26:09 PM
Were you the one that sent the transaction? From what I can tell, the block explorer didn't make any mistake. The address you're seeing is a bech32 address (bc1 prefix) and it is a standard for native segwit address and it's perfectly valid. The only reason why you can't parse the address on various block explorers is because they don't support it yet. Blockchair.com does support bech32 address.
No No..That address is from among the one I'm tracking here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3330578.msg34812017#msg34812017 Thank you for suggesting Blockchair.com ,they do support the given address.

To my knowledge, no block explorer actually displays the public keys involved. They can be derived from the redeem script.
Thanks.I'll figure that out! Smiley
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