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September 30, 2015, 12:16:38 PM
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My host was jealous and forced me to stop it Tongue

I salute you in doing this kind of project and feel Disappointment for the jealousy of the host.
I think this might work if many participate, I would love to try this and I think it is like a leveraged scheme
or something like that, but for the record thumbs up for your effort!  Wink
I wont work.
It wouldn't even pay a few $ a month to cover a cheap web hosting site it you had 100,000 people doing it.
... and related to what I mentioned above ... you'd quickly become the worst enemy of anyone with a mobile phone running their battery flat quickly for a few cents a year worth of BTC.

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October 01, 2015, 06:49:51 AM
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I wont work.
It wouldn't even pay a few $ a month to cover a cheap web hosting site it you had 100,000 people doing it.
... and related to what I mentioned above ... you'd quickly become the worst enemy of anyone with a mobile phone running their battery flat quickly for a few cents a year worth of BTC.

Well just suggesting it might work and this is just a project, and there are many generating bitcoin applications
on the net and in the mobile app. just like the wheels of bitcoin, bitcoin roulette, and I think this kind of app. is for people
who is patience on waiting, he just want to make something that can be use by others, I;m just giving him a credit for that Smiley














 

 

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October 01, 2015, 10:57:41 AM
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Right, so you didn't understand at all what the problem is ...

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October 01, 2015, 11:09:43 AM
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Right, so you didn't understand at all what the problem is ...

Yup! I know what's the problem is, it is me bumping into something I obviously didn't know,
and giving credit in dexon's work is a waste of time, because it is a nonsense anyway,
well I'm just trying to keep this thread lively and thanks anyway peace men  Tongue














 

 

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