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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Copay clones creator on: September 03, 2016, 10:26:42 PM
I think he have used this https://github.com/bitpay/copay
it is open source software actually by bitpay (copay) themselves to show their code are safe to use and also you can use and modify it to run your own wallet.

This is copay. What I am talking about is a tool that can start with Copay and change the coin for something else than Bitcoin.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Copay clones creator on: September 03, 2016, 05:45:40 AM
I guess you want to use it in order to create a wallet for Monero. Unfortunately I don't know what it is it, nor I knew what was Copay before that thread. Are you sure that by "tool" he meant a creator for dummies and not something like Notepad++ ?
This is not for Monero (Monero's GUI wallet is a massive beast by itself). The tool is, I guess, a set of API and SDK. I hope someone will know.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Copay clones creator on: August 31, 2016, 07:18:56 PM
Hi,

I saw someone IRL with a copay wallet with different colors and logo. This person told me they used a popular tool to create the wallet for their coin, a tool that allows to create your own copay-like wallet for your own coin.

Do you know the name of this "copay clone creator"?

Thank you.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: hyperstake.com on: August 24, 2016, 11:43:00 AM
Hi

I own hyperspace.com I sell it at current Gandi price (circa 15 euros, you can pay with bitcoins) to anyone who wants it, under the condition that presstab or billotronic agree with the deal (I don't want to sell to a cybersquatter) 

wait a minute, hyperstake.com or hyperspace.com ?


if the domain is hyperstke.com I can purchase it to develope an "official" HYP-BTC exchange, and if someone will cooperate with me in this project. I can't do it by myself!

hyperstake.com, sorry about the typo. Even if I am the co-founder of the coin, I have been away from the community so long that I don't trust myself in judging community members from after my leave of absence.

ccminer, if you could create an exchange we could consider making it official (or not - being official requires a tight control over the content)
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / hyperstake.com on: August 24, 2016, 07:54:49 AM
Hi

I own hyperspace.com I sell it at current Gandi price (circa 15 euros, you can pay with bitcoins) to anyone who wants it, under the condition that presstab or billotronic agree with the deal (I don't want to sell to a cybersquatter) 
6  Local / Économie et spéculation / Re: Fin de la crise, fin du bitcoin? on: April 02, 2016, 06:55:37 PM
:popcorn:
Tu es demandeur, toi Smiley
7  Local / Le Bitcoin et la loi / Re: Vendre du bitcoin légalement en France on: February 13, 2016, 02:42:25 AM
Au niveau de la loi, et des impôts plus généralement, toute entrée d'argent doit être déclarée... BTC, maman qui donne des sous etc... lool après il y a bien évidemment de la "souplesse" (si on vous le donne en espèces aucun soucis, surtout si vous vendez un bien acquis d'une revente précédente ou d'un achat... vous avez déjà payé les taxes sur cet objet..).
Après effectivement il s'agit de "seuils", plutôt dans un cadre professionnel diront-nous...

Cordialement.
À partir de 1500 euros en espèces, même un particulier doit conserver une trace écrite. Selon le fisc, on devient professionnel quand on fait environ 2000 euros par mois pendant 3 mois consécutif. Mas c'est de la tolérance fiscale, non du droit, donc merci l'indépendance du droit fiscal (terme xyloglossique pour "on fait ce qu'on veut").
8  Local / Le Bitcoin et la loi / Re: Vendre du bitcoin légalement en France on: February 07, 2016, 02:25:22 PM
Tu ne gardes rien, donc tu n'as pas besoin d'un agrément. Vérifie auprès de la Banque de France, cependant. Il n'est pas facile de trouver le département en charge de la question, surtout qu'ils sont plusieurs dans l'affaire et que ça change fréquemment.

Tu n'es pas obligé de procéder à du KYC (demander la carte d'identité). Cependant, c'est fortement recommandé, parce que la brigade financière viendra fait un tour chez toi, à ce que j'ai entendu à La Maison du Bitcoin.

salut

Voilà, je programme une application bitcoin Android/ Windows/ Ios...
Bien sur j'aurais des utlisateurs qui auront des bitcoins et qui desireront de la fiat monnaie
et vice versa....

Je m'etais dis : je prends les bitcoins des uns, les fiats des autres et echange le tout entre les vendeurs acheteurs
Sur mon serveur, je ne stock ni les clés privés, ni l'argent fiat des utilisateurs,

J'ai le droit ou pas??....... etant donné que je ne garde rien?
je suis obligé de demander la carte d'identité des users + autres pieces pour leur histoire de terrosrisme??

Plus facile de programmer une application native sur plusieurs plateformes que de s'en sortir dans ces umbroglios juridiquo- statut ...... Sad

Merci pour vos reponses
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin - New Wallet v2.0.1.0 - CPU & Bandwidth Optimization on: February 05, 2016, 02:45:35 AM
Hello everyone,

I've been away from mintcoin for a lot of time and sorry to tell you it will continue - time constraints and more.

I own mintcoin-central.com and won't renew it - it will expire soon. So I will hand it for free to anyone interested in it, as well as the whole content. I'd prefer people to be recognized by the community.

Contact me here or by MP.
Transfer done to a responsible owner.

BTW, I also have mintcoinfund.org, expiring in 47 days. I'm also the legal representative for the endowment fund of the same (there is a post several months ago where I showed the legal French paper). Same thing: if you want to make something out of it, just tell me. Either just the domain name or domain name plus content (but I do not own content anymore, cryptomommy does).
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin - New Wallet v2.0.1.0 - CPU & Bandwidth Optimization on: February 04, 2016, 02:35:28 AM
Hello everyone,

I've been away from mintcoin for a lot of time and sorry to tell you it will continue - time constraints and more.

I own mintcoin-central.com and won't renew it - it will expire soon. So I will hand it for free to anyone interested in it, as well as the whole content. I'd prefer people to be recognized by the community.

Contact me here or by MP.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [HYP] HyperStake | High PoS | Secure | MultiSend | liteStake | Adv Coin Control on: January 31, 2016, 05:43:21 PM
I am back online. Ask me anything.

Glad to see you again!

From Russia with love and respect, as usual Smiley
Thanks man. My name is Bond. David Bond.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: O|-=-<[ SaluS ]>-=|O - Powered By Cryptos - on: January 30, 2016, 11:00:03 PM
I'm glad to see Kushed's project finally coming to fruition.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [HYP] HyperStake | High PoS | Secure | MultiSend | liteStake | Adv Coin Control on: January 30, 2016, 08:31:46 PM
Some reaction to other posts:



lol superhereo's.

Yes, if you wanna go hardcore, smaller smaller smaller. At least 80% of my blocks are less then 2k and about 50% less then 1.5k to 500.... but you do need a shit ton of coins (100k?) to really make that strategy work.

What is the best block size?
share this with this shortlink:http://bit.ly/hypsize

Safe and optimized: 1622.222222 (HYP has 6 decimals, not Cool

Staking at min age (8.73 days) without hitting the wall
7.5 / 365 × 8.73 × 5,574.646811 = 999,999999

Staking at max age (30 days) without hitting the wall
7.5 / 365 × 30 × 1622.222222 = 999,999999

... and the moral of the story? All my online passwords should be banking strength!

1. Use Password Safe (why: the only one to withstand both IND-CDBA and MAL-CDBA attacks). Choose a padded master password
2. Save the database on your local Dropbox folder. For your dropbox password, use padded password too.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [HYP] HyperStake | High PoS | Secure | MultiSend | liteStake | Adv Coin Control on: January 30, 2016, 04:02:55 PM
I am back online. Ask me anything.

I posted some questions under post # 5720, would you be able to answer.
I am building some Monte Carlo simulations and just need to make sure the formulas are right.

Presstab could better answer than me.

I am back online. Ask me anything.
Do you have green hair ?
No

I am back online. Ask me anything.

*Elephant in the room*

Where did you go?
In a bad direction
I created a cryptocurrency company with the wrong people and I heavily suffered from it. I'm still recovering.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [HYP] HyperStake | High PoS | Secure | MultiSend | liteStake | Adv Coin Control on: January 30, 2016, 03:43:24 PM
I am back online. Ask me anything.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: United we stand, divided we fall - the coming rise of cryptofiat on: January 22, 2016, 02:48:13 AM
It's coming: China to consider a "chinacoin". The wayI see it, it would be a PoS.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Reply from David Latapie on: January 10, 2016, 01:38:28 AM
Hello,

If I do reply at all, this is because "a lie repeated often enough looks like a truth" so countermeasures are necessary (I'm still in control of my account and anyone with a brain will notice my writing style and my use of horizontal rules - of course, some talkative poster could say this is all impersonation). I know very well this will add fuel to the fire but still think a reply was necessary.

Some (maybe me, I don't even remember) may have claimed that he was not a "developer" (in the sense of software development/coding).
This was whap:
"David Latapie is having a hard time, but as he is no Dev, Monero Project goes on as usual."
And I confirm the assertion.
Depending on the audience, I introduce myself as a Bitcoin developer (then explain that this is not Bitcoin but something similar because such an audience doesn't even understand the word "cryptocurrency"), as a Monero developer (then explain that I do not actually code, but I develop in the sense of developing an idea, a strategy, a project) or as a Monero Core Team member (rarely because it doesn't translate well in French) or as Monero director (the best ratio between accuracy and understandability).

Or that the Monero team has had nothing to do with his business ventures.
I confirm this one too.

I also confirm that superresistant has it right:
You guys are fucking bastards. David is the victim of a real scammer (Wadii Rachid) who is now in jail.
David lost his money, his friends, his job, his reputation (not only on the forum but in real life) and you create a hate thread against him, written in a way that you make people believe that he was the scammer.

I will continue to reply very selectively here and only when I feel this is necessary (which may mean "never"). Thanks to anyone who supported me here, by PM, or on the Monero forum. Of course some particularly talkative poster will seize the opportunity to try to get me to react, probably to no avail.

The preferred way to reach me is PM, because for many reasons I stopped reading most of my mail and unsubscribed from topic notification on as many fora and mailing lists as possible - bitcointalk PM notifications are among the few things I still receive.

For people who actually care: the fact that I am replying here is evidence that I am starting to recover. Slowly.

David "presstab" Latapie ;-)


P.-S.: I suspected it, now I am sure: some talkative poster likes to invent facts, like me saying I support a coin (bitcointa.lk anyone?) or the OP of a self-modded ANN topic deleting the poor guy's post. If the said poster acts this way for me, then he probably does it when ranting about something/someone else.

P.-P.-S.: reply #200. Nice one.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Monero Economy Workgroup - The MEW Thread on: January 07, 2016, 12:38:28 PM
Thank you David.

10 votes  

We shouldn't mix CK balances with the MEW fund. I want to be paid directly from the MEW fund.
For everyone:

Contact me privately for every details.

As an example of the message I will send:
Quote
Please confirm:
You have 10 votes, you paid 10 XMR and for renewal you paid one-tenth, which is 1 XMR. Total is 11 XMR. Since half went to dev and are non refundable, this means I will send you back 5.5 XMR (modulo transaction fees). Please state privately your XMR address.
I case you ask, I have my own ledger of who paid how much.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Monero Economy Workgroup - The MEW Thread on: January 07, 2016, 10:11:59 AM
Hello,

Only one person having access to the funds has one advantage: better control
And one disadvantage: greater risk of loss
Multisignature would fix this but doesn't exist for Monero, so there's that.

I have access to the party funds and the MEW funds. I'm happy with whatever is decided about them. I replied to dnaleor in a PM. Because the last time I publicly expressed what happened, it was used against Monero, I will only reply to PM about the current state of things and only to people I know are not anti-monero trolls.
20  Local / Hors-sujet / Re: Mea culpa (DBT, Wadii Rachid, Rayane) on: November 23, 2015, 12:08:04 AM
Bonne décision.
Tu peux couper des passages dans ta traduction, idéalement aussi donner un contexte général, parce que les gens ne sont pas au courant de tes déboires avec un projet et un associé en particulier. En gros pour eux t'avais juste disparu en ligne, avec des rumeurs d'accusations en France, c'est tout.

Je me félicite de ta réaction à tout ça en tout cas. Smiley

Merci. J'ai suivi tes conseils : Whatever happened to davidlatapie?
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