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August 28, 2015, 01:06:04 AM
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Can you not do what this coin is doing on something like Ethereum within one script?

The entire system itself is more than just a script but there's also the economics of it involved,  as well as the fact it's not attached to or dependent on any project such as Ethereum.

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syntaks
You will have a support nightmare doing the coloured coin implementation.. Hence my original question.. Anything you are doing is possible with AT or ethereum smart contracts unless you prove otherwise (hence my question)

Coloured coin implementation?  Would you care to elaborate a bit?  I think perhaps some wires are crossed and you're under the impression we're trying to do what Ethereum is doing or several other projects but that's not the case.

     Best regards,

syntaks


Which coin did you fork from.. Syscoin? You know what coloured coins are? Anyways anytime you are decorating transactions to create services you are colouring your coins.. Long term it's not a good approach.. I would know more ir you posted your source code but I assume you would be doing it like I said otherwise it would be something like AT or ethereum.. I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying though.

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August 28, 2015, 01:27:05 AM
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Can you not do what this coin is doing on something like Ethereum within one script?

The entire system itself is more than just a script but there's also the economics of it involved,  as well as the fact it's not attached to or dependent on any project such as Ethereum.

     Best regards,

syntaks
You will have a support nightmare doing the coloured coin implementation.. Hence my original question.. Anything you are doing is possible with AT or ethereum smart contracts unless you prove otherwise (hence my question)

Coloured coin implementation?  Would you care to elaborate a bit?  I think perhaps some wires are crossed and you're under the impression we're trying to do what Ethereum is doing or several other projects but that's not the case.

     Best regards,

syntaks


Which coin did you fork from.. Syscoin? You know what coloured coins are? Anyways anytime you are decorating transactions to create services you are colouring your coins.. Long term it's not a good approach.. I would know more ir you posted your source code but I assume you would be doing it like I said otherwise it would be something like AT or ethereum.. I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying though.

I've never heard of anyone referring to colouring coins or coloured coins in that manner before now and several others hadn't either.  No worries though.  As I explained in the interview with lootz and I thought I had stated it publicly that we started off with various bases to determine which would provide the best methods for what we were trying to accomplish and the end result is a combined effort with several thousand lines of custom code (written from scratch) and growing.  Namecoin, DGC, Florin and syscoin were what we used to model our approach.  As I've explained to sigwo - when the code is public, he'll be relieved to find out we didn't just fork sys (as he's been under the impression) and change function names.  Sys is a great project, one that I had even bought into the ICO for at the time.  However, for our needs it's not really that simple to just fork it and call it something new.

     Best regards,

syntaks
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August 28, 2015, 02:07:54 AM
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Which coin did you fork from.. Syscoin? You know what coloured coins are? Anyways anytime you are decorating transactions to create services you are colouring your coins.. Long term it's not a good approach.. I would know more ir you posted your source code but I assume you would be doing it like I said otherwise it would be something like AT or ethereum.. I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying though.

you didn't read anything they have said or watched any of the videos they have made clearly... i suggest you read everything twoturtles has said in this thread and watch the videos they have posted

here is some information on what colored coins are so you are a little clearer about what you are talking about https://bitcoil.co.il/BitcoinX.pdf i suggest you give that a read as well

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August 28, 2015, 02:10:56 AM
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Links from ANN

First demo can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/getr3d/r3dblog. Rundown of account creation, posting, replies, and r3d's core application to a blog-type platform

Second demo can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/getr3d/r3dbin. We outline how you can create your own code/paste bin site written to the blockchain

Interview with Lootz from SuperNET Radio can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/supernetradio/r3d

Article discussing r3d on fuk.io: http://fuk.io/august-2015-report-best-altcoins-and-cryptocurrency-to-mine-and-invest-in-to-profit/
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August 28, 2015, 02:26:44 AM
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Can you not do what this coin is doing on something like Ethereum within one script?

The entire system itself is more than just a script but there's also the economics of it involved,  as well as the fact it's not attached to or dependent on any project such as Ethereum.

     Best regards,

syntaks
You will have a support nightmare doing the coloured coin implementation.. Hence my original question.. Anything you are doing is possible with AT or ethereum smart contracts unless you prove otherwise (hence my question)

Coloured coin implementation?  Would you care to elaborate a bit?  I think perhaps some wires are crossed and you're under the impression we're trying to do what Ethereum is doing or several other projects but that's not the case.

     Best regards,

syntaks


Which coin did you fork from.. Syscoin? You know what coloured coins are? Anyways anytime you are decorating transactions to create services you are colouring your coins.. Long term it's not a good approach.. I would know more ir you posted your source code but I assume you would be doing it like I said otherwise it would be something like AT or ethereum.. I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying though.

I've never heard of anyone referring to colouring coins or coloured coins in that manner before now and several others hadn't either.  No worries though.  As I explained in the interview with lootz and I thought I had stated it publicly that we started off with various bases to determine which would provide the best methods for what we were trying to accomplish and the end result is a combined effort with several thousand lines of custom code (written from scratch) and growing.  Namecoin, DGC, Florin and syscoin were what we used to model our approach.  As I've explained to sigwo - when the code is public, he'll be relieved to find out we didn't just fork sys (as he's been under the impression) and change function names.  Sys is a great project, one that I had even bought into the ICO for at the time.  However, for our needs it's not really that simple to just fork it and call it something new.

     Best regards,

syntaks
model yourself on syscoin..its going to crash then Cheesy Cheesy always excuses from syscoin from start
530 sats i payed at 600 dollars a bitcoin Shocked Shocked
alex green what ever blah blah blah
 i think syscoin went through every Vs possible v.1  v.2   v.3 turbo booster Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy and still we never got escrow Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy JOKE COIN
plus they took alex green to court moaning they got scammed  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
SCAMMERS TAKING THE SCAMMER TO COURT Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

you can say what you like but no future for syscoin BROKEN PROMISES BROKEN EVERYTHING Cheesy Cheesy
R.I.P SYSCOIN
I have been in this game 3 years and i know which coins have a chance and what coins got no chance Grin
and sys has no chance as syscoin knows Wink
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August 28, 2015, 03:22:49 AM
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Can you not do what this coin is doing on something like Ethereum within one script?

The entire system itself is more than just a script but there's also the economics of it involved,  as well as the fact it's not attached to or dependent on any project such as Ethereum.

     Best regards,

syntaks
You will have a support nightmare doing the coloured coin implementation.. Hence my original question.. Anything you are doing is possible with AT or ethereum smart contracts unless you prove otherwise (hence my question)

Coloured coin implementation?  Would you care to elaborate a bit?  I think perhaps some wires are crossed and you're under the impression we're trying to do what Ethereum is doing or several other projects but that's not the case.

     Best regards,

syntaks


Which coin did you fork from.. Syscoin? You know what coloured coins are? Anyways anytime you are decorating transactions to create services you are colouring your coins.. Long term it's not a good approach.. I would know more ir you posted your source code but I assume you would be doing it like I said otherwise it would be something like AT or ethereum.. I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying though.

I've never heard of anyone referring to colouring coins or coloured coins in that manner before now and several others hadn't either.  No worries though.  As I explained in the interview with lootz and I thought I had stated it publicly that we started off with various bases to determine which would provide the best methods for what we were trying to accomplish and the end result is a combined effort with several thousand lines of custom code (written from scratch) and growing.  Namecoin, DGC, Florin and syscoin were what we used to model our approach.  As I've explained to sigwo - when the code is public, he'll be relieved to find out we didn't just fork sys (as he's been under the impression) and change function names.  Sys is a great project, one that I had even bought into the ICO for at the time.  However, for our needs it's not really that simple to just fork it and call it something new.

     Best regards,

syntaks
model yourself on syscoin..its going to crash then Cheesy Cheesy always excuses from syscoin from start
530 sats i payed at 600 dollars a bitcoin Shocked Shocked
alex green what ever blah blah blah
 i think syscoin went through every Vs possible v.1  v.2   v.3 turbo booster Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy and still we never got escrow Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy JOKE COIN
plus they took alex green to court moaning they got scammed  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
SCAMMERS TAKING THE SCAMMER TO COURT Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

you can say what you like but no future for syscoin BROKEN PROMISES BROKEN EVERYTHING Cheesy Cheesy
R.I.P SYSCOIN
I have been in this game 3 years and i know which coins have a chance and what coins got no chance Grin
and sys has no chance as syscoin knows Wink



I think I missed the post where we changed topics to 'SYS' coin? Pretty sure the topic is still R3D.

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August 28, 2015, 03:58:05 AM
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Can you not do what this coin is doing on something like Ethereum within one script?

The entire system itself is more than just a script but there's also the economics of it involved,  as well as the fact it's not attached to or dependent on any project such as Ethereum.

     Best regards,

syntaks
You will have a support nightmare doing the coloured coin implementation.. Hence my original question.. Anything you are doing is possible with AT or ethereum smart contracts unless you prove otherwise (hence my question)

Coloured coin implementation?  Would you care to elaborate a bit?  I think perhaps some wires are crossed and you're under the impression we're trying to do what Ethereum is doing or several other projects but that's not the case.

     Best regards,

syntaks


Which coin did you fork from.. Syscoin? You know what coloured coins are? Anyways anytime you are decorating transactions to create services you are colouring your coins.. Long term it's not a good approach.. I would know more ir you posted your source code but I assume you would be doing it like I said otherwise it would be something like AT or ethereum.. I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying though.

I've never heard of anyone referring to colouring coins or coloured coins in that manner before now and several others hadn't either.  No worries though.  As I explained in the interview with lootz and I thought I had stated it publicly that we started off with various bases to determine which would provide the best methods for what we were trying to accomplish and the end result is a combined effort with several thousand lines of custom code (written from scratch) and growing.  Namecoin, DGC, Florin and syscoin were what we used to model our approach.  As I've explained to sigwo - when the code is public, he'll be relieved to find out we didn't just fork sys (as he's been under the impression) and change function names.  Sys is a great project, one that I had even bought into the ICO for at the time.  However, for our needs it's not really that simple to just fork it and call it something new.

     Best regards,

syntaks
model yourself on syscoin..its going to crash then Cheesy Cheesy always excuses from syscoin from start
530 sats i payed at 600 dollars a bitcoin Shocked Shocked
alex green what ever blah blah blah
 i think syscoin went through every Vs possible v.1  v.2   v.3 turbo booster Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy and still we never got escrow Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy JOKE COIN
plus they took alex green to court moaning they got scammed  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
SCAMMERS TAKING THE SCAMMER TO COURT Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

you can say what you like but no future for syscoin BROKEN PROMISES BROKEN EVERYTHING Cheesy Cheesy
R.I.P SYSCOIN
I have been in this game 3 years and i know which coins have a chance and what coins got no chance Grin
and sys has no chance as syscoin knows Wink



I think I missed the post where we changed topics to 'SYS' coin? Pretty sure the topic is still R3D.
  Sys is a great project, one that I had even bought into the ICO for at the time.  However, for our needs it's not really that simple to just fork it and call it something new.

     Best regards,

syntaks


so tell the dev this dumb ass NOT ME NOB NOSE yer your a nob nose FREEDOM OF SPEECH ASS HOLE Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
so think next time you speak nob nose who to blame
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August 28, 2015, 04:12:41 AM
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  Namecoin, DGC, Florin and syscoin were what we used to model our approach.  As I've explained to sigwo - when the code is public, he'll be relieved to find out we didn't just fork sys (as he's been under the impression) and change function names. 

     Best regards,

syntaks


Anyways, We trust you know whats best since you reviewed lots of possible candidates. I myself can't wait to see the public code so I can see how to contribute, Keep up the great work syntaks.

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August 28, 2015, 04:16:46 AM
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I think we've strayed a bit too far off topic here guys. They point was that we were questioned if this was just another sys fork, and the answer was that there are many elements from several altcoins brought together to make r3d, sys being one of them, but the majority of syntaks work being completely custom code. It'll all be much more clear as we release more demos and when you guys see the r3d source.
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August 28, 2015, 04:22:16 AM
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Yeah, the demos prove how unique the system is. I don't think the coins / tokens that will be used are near as impotent as the "from scratch" platform itself. Any idea when Sytaks will have another presentation ready?

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im an SEO guy.

can this coin have domain attache and IPs changing all the time?

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Ok cool seems like an interesting project.. Qora also doing decentralized blogs.

Where is the source code? Your doing an ICO without code?

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Ok cool seems like an interesting project.. Qora also doing decentralized blogs.

Where is the source code? Your doing an ICO without code?

I think they are waiting a bit to release the code as they have invested a ton of time in it right now for it to get ripped off before they can even get some traction going.

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August 28, 2015, 09:38:33 AM
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Ok cool seems like an interesting project.. Qora also doing decentralized blogs.

Where is the source code? Your doing an ICO without code?

Good morning.  The source will be on github post-CFC (IF successful) of course.  Sorry I had to edit, I neglected to clarify.

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Ok cool seems like an interesting project.. Qora also doing decentralized blogs.

Where is the source code? Your doing an ICO without code?

im guessing the r3d team will at least do a better job cleaning up their code.... how long has syscoin had 'public source code'?

syscoin/src$ grep -r LITECOIN *
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <translation>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</translation>
qt/locale/bitcoin_pt_PT.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>

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August 28, 2015, 12:45:28 PM
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Please join me in spreading the word about R3D on social media.  Multiple discussions on Reddit can get the topic moved to the front page of Reddit.  Sending tweets to tech blog and blockchain technology friendly companies can really help.

Please up-vote on Reddit

https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/3ipml0/lootz_interviews_r3d_development_team_on_their/

https://www.reddit.com/r/BlockChain/comments/3ipqr3/how_the_r3d_blockchain_can_end_censorship_demo/

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Ok cool seems like an interesting project.. Qora also doing decentralized blogs.

Where is the source code? Your doing an ICO without code?

im guessing the r3d team will at least do a better job cleaning up their code.... how long has syscoin had 'public source code'?

syscoin/src$ grep -r LITECOIN *
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <translation>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</translation>
qt/locale/bitcoin_pt_PT.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
Oh but we are onto newer and better things soon to replace coloured coin mess to a real flexible architecture Smiley
We will set the trend again for new clones.

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August 28, 2015, 03:57:35 PM
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im guessing the r3d team will at least do a better job cleaning up their code.... how long has syscoin had 'public source code'?

syscoin/src$ grep -r LITECOIN *
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <translation>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</translation>
qt/locale/bitcoin_pt_PT.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
Oh but we are onto newer and better things soon to replace coloured coin mess to a real flexible architecture Smiley
We will set the trend again for new clones.

is this seriously your response to my reply or did you missquote?

there is a saying about glass houses that applies really well to this.
there is also a saying about assumptions.

you familiar with either of those?

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August 28, 2015, 04:20:59 PM
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im guessing the r3d team will at least do a better job cleaning up their code.... how long has syscoin had 'public source code'?

syscoin/src$ grep -r LITECOIN *
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <translation>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</translation>
qt/locale/bitcoin_pt_PT.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
Oh but we are onto newer and better things soon to replace coloured coin mess to a real flexible architecture Smiley
We will set the trend again for new clones.

is this seriously your response to my reply or did you missquote?

there is a saying about glass houses that applies really well to this.
there is also a saying about assumptions.

you familiar with either of those?

I can't have a response without looking at source code, that is where the facts lie. BTW what have you personally done to advance crypto-currency?

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August 28, 2015, 04:23:39 PM
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im guessing the r3d team will at least do a better job cleaning up their code.... how long has syscoin had 'public source code'?

syscoin/src$ grep -r LITECOIN *
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
qt/locale/bitcoin_en.ts:        <translation>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</translation>
qt/locale/bitcoin_pt_PT.ts:        <source>Warning: If you encrypt your wallet and lose your passphrase, you will &lt;b&gt;LOSE ALL OF YOUR LITECOINS&lt;/b&gt;!</source>
I can't have a response without looking at source code, that is where the facts lie. BTW what have you personally done to advance crypto-currency?

Ahh so the truth comes out, you are jumping to conclusions.. figures.
BTW what you are now trying to do is avoid my questions and what we in the biz call 'deflect'
we both know why that is.

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