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1PPC= 3.55$ Grin
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November 29, 2017, 07:44:10 AM
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Peercoin is mooning.  I’m hearing there’s some sort of fork?

Yes, you can read about it here...

https://medium.com/@PeercoinPulse/peercoin-v0-6-release-2831fb4394ad
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November 29, 2017, 08:19:28 AM
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I need to ask for feedback from the community here. I had previously created a separate Peercoin thread on Bitcointalk here. The purpose of it was so that I could control the content of the first post by adding in important links and info about Peercoin. It would also let me edit the title every time there was news, which would draw new people into the thread.

While people did use the new thread and post in it, it was still competing with this original release thread by Sunny, even though the current team was no longer posting in it. Eventually I gave up on the new thread and came back to this one several months ago.

Since then I have come to an arrangement with Sunny King. He agreed to share access with me to his Bitcointalk account. This would let us retain the history of this thread, yet it would allow me to edit the original post like we needed to. Everything was great until I tried logging into his profile. I got the following error message...

Quote from: Bitcointalk
“Sorry Guest, you are banned from using this forum! Your account is locked because it sat inactive for years after the password hashes were leaked in 2015, and was therefore at high risk of being hacked. Email react-vdnp8@theymos.e4ward.com to get it unlocked.”

Apparently Sunny had not logged into his account for quite a while and it had gotten locked because he never changed his password after Bitcointalk got hacked. So I asked Sunny to email the address listed and request that they unlock the account. He received no reply. So I contacted a moderator here asking what to do and they told me to PM Theymos, so I did.

That was three weeks ago. I have sent a PM every week to Theymos asking for him to get into contact with Sunny so we can get his account unlocked and I haven’t had a single reply back from him. Sunny has emailed that address twice and has also received no reply. I tried contacting the previous moderator I talked to and he said there wasn’t much he could do.

I realize maybe the guy is just really busy, but his account is online all the time. I’m starting to feel as if he’s ignoring me on purpose and trying to hurt a competitor by keeping its founder locked out of his account.

Regardless of the real reasons, what are our options here? I really would like to keep using this thread because of its history, helpful content and links that have been posted over the years, but if the administrator of Bitcointalk refuses to help us regain control of the thread, what are we to do? I’d love to hear your thoughts in case anyone had any ideas that could remedy the situation.
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November 29, 2017, 11:38:43 AM
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forgot XPM HuhHuhHuh Undecided
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November 29, 2017, 01:25:24 PM
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@Sentinelrv: Only my 50 cents: I would use the new thread for all current announcements and link to the old thread in the OP. That's not only because of the problem you've had with Sunny's account, but also because in very big threads it becomes very difficult to search information.

@Nagalim: There's something I could comment on your answer regarding the long range attack but for now I stop my "rants". I think Peercoin is reasonably secure - it's only that it could be so even more ...

However, it would be cool if you got more information with respect to a reorg limit. As I'm not a coder (I know a little bit of scripting, mainly in Python, but am not familiar enough with C/C++ to understand a cryptocurrency) it would be difficult for me to investigate the dynamic stake modifier commit ...

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November 29, 2017, 06:05:51 PM
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Wow good news for peercoin holder. Soft fork is coming up. 5 years old project too much undervalued. I hope we will see big move in price..

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November 29, 2017, 06:10:25 PM
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Coming soon from the Peercoin Team...

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November 30, 2017, 02:30:56 AM
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I need to ask for feedback from the community here. I had previously created a separate Peercoin thread on Bitcointalk here. The purpose of it was so that I could control the content of the first post by adding in important links and info about Peercoin. It would also let me edit the title every time there was news, which would draw new people into the thread.

While people did use the new thread and post in it, it was still competing with this original release thread by Sunny, even though the current team was no longer posting in it. Eventually I gave up on the new thread and came back to this one several months ago.

Since then I have come to an arrangement with Sunny King. He agreed to share access with me to his Bitcointalk account. This would let us retain the history of this thread, yet it would allow me to edit the original post like we needed to. Everything was great until I tried logging into his profile. I got the following error message...

Quote from: Bitcointalk
“Sorry Guest, you are banned from using this forum! Your account is locked because it sat inactive for years after the password hashes were leaked in 2015, and was therefore at high risk of being hacked. Email react-vdnp8@theymos.e4ward.com to get it unlocked.”

Apparently Sunny had not logged into his account for quite a while and it had gotten locked because he never changed his password after Bitcointalk got hacked. So I asked Sunny to email the address listed and request that they unlock the account. He received no reply. So I contacted a moderator here asking what to do and they told me to PM Theymos, so I did.

That was three weeks ago. I have sent a PM every week to Theymos asking for him to get into contact with Sunny so we can get his account unlocked and I haven’t had a single reply back from him. Sunny has emailed that address twice and has also received no reply. I tried contacting the previous moderator I talked to and he said there wasn’t much he could do.

I realize maybe the guy is just really busy, but his account is online all the time. I’m starting to feel as if he’s ignoring me on purpose and trying to hurt a competitor by keeping its founder locked out of his account.

Regardless of the real reasons, what are our options here? I really would like to keep using this thread because of its history, helpful content and links that have been posted over the years, but if the administrator of Bitcointalk refuses to help us regain control of the thread, what are we to do? I’d love to hear your thoughts in case anyone had any ideas that could remedy the situation.


Peercoin should start make post on STEEM this can help grow the community also there is dTUBE
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November 30, 2017, 04:48:14 AM
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Coming soon from the Peercoin Team...



Peercoin Foundation.  Does that translate to "funding?"
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November 30, 2017, 11:33:58 AM
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Peercoin Foundation.  Does that translate to "funding?"


It creates an opening for it, yes.
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November 30, 2017, 11:37:48 AM
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WARNING: ppc-wallet.com is a known SCAM site pretending to be a #Peercoin web wallet. They will STEAL your coins. Whenever increased attention is on them, they start forwarding to the official peercoin.net site, but they always switch back to their scam site later.

Retweet this to help inform others...

https://twitter.com/peercoinppc/status/936190351756414977

REPORT THEM so we can shut them down...

https://talk.peercoin.net/t/scam-alert-peercoin-web-wallet-ppc-wallet-com-lets-shut-them-down-report-it-today/1671
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November 30, 2017, 12:11:14 PM
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https://i.imgur.com/jriuckU.png

WARNING: ppc-wallet.com is a known SCAM site pretending to be a #Peercoin web wallet. They will STEAL your coins. Whenever increased attention is on them, they start forwarding to the official peercoin.net site, but they always switch back to their scam site later.


ppc-wallet.com redirect to https://peercoin.net/
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November 30, 2017, 03:09:23 PM
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ppc-wallet.com redirect to https://peercoin.net/

Yes, as I explained in the thread I linked, this is what they do whenever they are under increased scrutiny like they are right now. They always wait until attention shifts and we stop talking about them before putting their scam website back up. This is what it usually look like...

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December 01, 2017, 12:45:59 PM
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I need to ask for feedback from the community here. I had previously created a separate Peercoin thread on Bitcointalk here. The purpose of it was so that I could control the content of the first post by adding in important links and info about Peercoin. It would also let me edit the title every time there was news, which would draw new people into the thread.

While people did use the new thread and post in it, it was still competing with this original release thread by Sunny, even though the current team was no longer posting in it. Eventually I gave up on the new thread and came back to this one several months ago.

Since then I have come to an arrangement with Sunny King. He agreed to share access with me to his Bitcointalk account. This would let us retain the history of this thread, yet it would allow me to edit the original post like we needed to. Everything was great until I tried logging into his profile. I got the following error message...

Quote from: Bitcointalk
“Sorry Guest, you are banned from using this forum! Your account is locked because it sat inactive for years after the password hashes were leaked in 2015, and was therefore at high risk of being hacked. Email react-vdnp8@theymos.e4ward.com to get it unlocked.”

Apparently Sunny had not logged into his account for quite a while and it had gotten locked because he never changed his password after Bitcointalk got hacked. So I asked Sunny to email the address listed and request that they unlock the account. He received no reply. So I contacted a moderator here asking what to do and they told me to PM Theymos, so I did.

That was three weeks ago. I have sent a PM every week to Theymos asking for him to get into contact with Sunny so we can get his account unlocked and I haven’t had a single reply back from him. Sunny has emailed that address twice and has also received no reply. I tried contacting the previous moderator I talked to and he said there wasn’t much he could do.

I realize maybe the guy is just really busy, but his account is online all the time. I’m starting to feel as if he’s ignoring me on purpose and trying to hurt a competitor by keeping its founder locked out of his account.

Regardless of the real reasons, what are our options here? I really would like to keep using this thread because of its history, helpful content and links that have been posted over the years, but if the administrator of Bitcointalk refuses to help us regain control of the thread, what are we to do? I’d love to hear your thoughts in case anyone had any ideas that could remedy the situation.

Why not just post new news as a new post on this thread? Personally i would prefer it if the original launch thread (this one) was left untouched in terms of its original contents.
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December 01, 2017, 02:57:54 PM
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Why not just post new news as a new post on this thread? Personally i would prefer it if the original launch thread (this one) was left untouched in terms of its original contents.

I do post news in this thread. The problem is that we need important links and other information in the first post where people can easily find it. Sunny's first post in the thread would be left untouched for historical value. There would just be a separation line and additional info above it for people new to Peercoin that stumble across this thread.
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December 01, 2017, 04:49:19 PM
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The Peercoin Team presents a basic version of its roadmap for 2018-2020. Tomorrow we will publish an extended version with descriptions for each item on the list.

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December 02, 2017, 02:33:59 PM
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Reposted on next page.
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December 03, 2017, 07:43:08 AM
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Invalid display of fonts. How to solve a problem?

 
 

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December 03, 2017, 04:36:28 PM
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Invalid display of fonts. How to solve a problem?

 
 

This is a known issue and was reported here...

https://github.com/peercoin/peercoin/issues/255

It will need to be fixed for the v0.6.2 release.
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December 03, 2017, 07:19:09 PM
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The Peercoin Team releases its full roadmap for 2018-2020.

Official Announcement: https://talk.peercoin.net/t/update-9-peercoin-team-releases-full-roadmap-for-2018-2020-infographic-included/6654

Retweet: https://twitter.com/PeercoinPPC/status/936960339207434240

Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7h3ve9/the_peercoin_team_releases_its_full_roadmap_for/

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