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 on: Today at 07:39:20 AM 
Started by flipstyle - Last post by Mathgamain
What the hell happened to Mastercoin?

- Tomi

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 on: Today at 07:39:19 AM 
Started by limm2013 - Last post by ladydark
还以为什么呢

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 on: Today at 07:39:17 AM 
Started by monero - Last post by mickey_miner
ninja launch with new algo

meh...

Coin was launched with an Ann.  Anyone had opportunity.  Maybe somewhat ninja but still fair launch consider other coin launches.

I understand your meaning but launch was a fair as any coin.

Not just new algo, different protocol.  CryptoNote protocol.  Comparison to Apple/Microsoft =  Bitcoin protocol/CryptoNotes protocol.

https://cryptonote.org/ 

  • Untraceable Payments
  • Unlinkable transactions
  • Double-spending proof
  • Blockchain analysis resistance
  • Egalitarian proof of work
  • Adaptive parameters

CryptoNotes protocol provides a much more anonymous cryptocurrency than the BitCoin protocol. 

Most coins are just clones of BitCoin or it's derivatives.  Monero is moving forward towards more anonymity using the CryptoNotes protocol and is differentiating itself from the plethora of new coins by using the CryptoNotes protocol.  Will it be successful?  We will have to wait and see.  One thing is certain.  Monero is breaking new ground by bringing a new coin using a different protocol to the cryptocurrency world.  Only time will tell how successful Monero will be but everyone benefits from from choices.  Bringing a new coin using a different protocol than the BitCoin protocol is a good thing for the cryptocommunity.  It's not just another coin with another color for it's name.  It's a new coin based on a different protocol entirely.

 4 
 on: Today at 07:39:07 AM 
Started by DStrange - Last post by Cheesus
Whats up with minergate

I tried mining with them again, but I can't seem to withdraw. Is there any other problem going on?

Something is up

Pools suck. Old story.

Close your eyes and solo mine.




On a sidenote, BCN diff @ almost 1.7M.

Cut that out Noodle, you're making it hard for everyone.


So that's why you told to mine with my eyes closed. *I will just imagine there is no difficulty and everything will be fine*

 5 
 on: Today at 07:38:59 AM 
Started by Seefude - Last post by circusmidget11
GOODcoin faucet is up at http://cryptocoinfaucet.appspot.com/?id=GOOD

Please dev, fill it with some GOOD so i can enable dripping from it, currently it drips a random amount between 0 and 0.1 each half hour per ip address. Based on the amount on the faucet i'll enable more.

Faucet donation address -> GX16HXkmPp4a7P7ukkXf3u3m8K93hMxmTp
Bounty address -> GXtbGBzcx9dwpSHthyeupkdwZRgT3Y4aGX

The Rock, Paper, Scissors game will be enabled when the Bounty is received (as half the bounty is what i use to back the games).

http://cryptocoinfaucet.appspot.com/games/rps

Games backing address -> GaQG2kLPmH39uvhspk33Y8PgkbGrtZ7Lxo
Games bounty address -> GXtbGBzcx9dwpSHthyeupkdwZRgT3Y4aGX

Donated some GOODs and left you with a nice GOOD tip! 

 6 
 on: Today at 07:38:58 AM 
Started by flappycoin - Last post by flappycoin
Do we lose our coins if we do not update wallet from 1.0.0.2 to 2.0.0.1 before block 110.000?
You should not. It is the same protocol version 70002 and everything will be compatible.

It is highly suggested you update however.

I would not send/receive payments on 1.0.0.2 or you may lose coins. Only use 2.0.0.1 for transaction purposes.

 7 
 on: Today at 07:38:41 AM 
Started by Frizz23 - Last post by Bicknellski
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/04/digging-for-answers-the-strong-smell-of-fraud-from-one-bitcoin-miner-maker/?comments=1

Corporate_Goon writes:

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I made the mistake of ordering from BFL, but did it through paypal with a credit card so was lucky enough to be able to get my money back.

The only reason the company ever shipped first-gen ASICs to customers was to try and keep a veneer of legitimacy and avoid getting sued - it seems *very* likely that they simply sat on customer boxes, mining with them for weeks or months at lower difficult before shipping them out when the difficulty rose.

I'm surprised there's no mention of the Monarch in this article - BFL announced their 2nd-gen ASIC last August for shipping in November... then January... then March... then April... now May. Sounds pretty familiar....

I've dealt with CoinTerra, KnCMiner, Bitfury/Megabigpower, and Black Arrow Software - though there have been delays with several, they were modest (a month or two) the companies were open and honest about what was going on, and customers who wanted refunds were for the most part able to get them promptly. Start contrast to BFL, who simply refused to refund any customer who didn't buy with a credit card.

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 on: Today at 07:38:38 AM 
Started by ArsenShnurkov - Last post by Balthazar
Нет, я ваще не понимаю, почему эти вещи должны быть прописаны в Конституции?
В украинской конституции прописано.  Smiley


 9 
 on: Today at 07:38:13 AM 
Started by cooldgamer - Last post by msb17
Hmmm... Maybe it's just taking longer than we think.
Let's see what tomorrow brings.

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 on: Today at 07:38:10 AM 
Started by Bitstar_coin - Last post by Bitstar_coin
Had those in my conf from the start but still doesn't seem to connect.  Undecided

what does the debug.log say? windows?

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