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April 11, 2016, 08:57:50 AM
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NO GUI?
What about using zeronet.io ??
If we have a GUI, than it can be huge!!!


What do you mean no GUI? Ethereum mist wallet has a GUI, just import the JSON ABI code in your mist wallet by clicking on the "Watch Contract" button.

I dont know how to setup a website like that, perhaps can you guide me?

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April 11, 2016, 09:09:53 AM
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http://www.lutanho.net/stroke/online.html

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April 11, 2016, 09:12:58 AM
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So OP, how is it spending your day login and out with your multiple accounts to create a fake discussion ?

Etherscan shows that there is noone interested.

Just quit it and go do something useful with your life .

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April 11, 2016, 09:14:35 AM
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RUBIXI.TK you extortionist piece of SHIT, look what PM's this fuckhead is sending me:



It's like you want to hack my PC or something, what are these threats?

I have done nothing to you, i dont even know you. Piece of shit extortion!!!



I am suspecting all these newbie account are owned by the same person trying to extort me.

GTFO idiots!!!

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April 11, 2016, 09:19:16 AM
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I am suspecting all these newbie account are owned by the same person trying to extort me.

GTFO idiots!!!

Holy cow, that is very bad.

There are many bad people here, dont let them make you angry.

Just ignore them OP, and keep doing your good job Smiley

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April 11, 2016, 10:22:48 AM
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Just ignore them OP, and keep doing your good job Smiley

I am doing that, i`m really tired of trolls and evil people around here.





Ok I created a new attachment, ladies and gentlemen I present you the:


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April 11, 2016, 10:42:32 AM
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BetGod, guess what, if I send less then 2 ether, it's supposed to be dividend, everybody understands, stop repeating yourself. Also, it's not working. Get off your high horse and fix it instead of urging people to put above 2 ether in it.

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April 11, 2016, 10:46:46 AM
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BetGod, guess what, if I send less then 2 ether, it's supposed to be dividend, everybody understands, stop repeating yourself. Also, it's not working. Get off your high horse and fix it instead of urging people to put above 2 ether in it.

Dude, the contract already paid out 0.61 ETH dividend.

Check the "totaldividends" variable.



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April 11, 2016, 11:21:39 AM
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BetGod, guess what, if I send less then 2 ether, it's supposed to be dividend, everybody understands, stop repeating yourself. Also, it's not working. Get off your high horse and fix it instead of urging people to put above 2 ether in it.

Dude, the contract already paid out 0.61 ETH dividend.

Check the "totaldividends" variable.


if the dividend comes from an account, but when it comes from other smart-contracts It doesn't seem to work

If you keep defending yourself instead of actually facing my concerns, then it's harder and harder for me and the rest of the community to trust you.

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April 11, 2016, 11:38:12 AM
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if the dividend comes from an account, but when it comes from other smart-contracts It doesn't seem to work

If you keep defending yourself instead of actually facing my concerns, then it's harder and harder for me and the rest of the community to trust you.

You probably sent it the wrong way.

My plugin works, I implemented that in several attachments and the 0.61 Eth was paid out, so i dont know where you are getting with this.

You just made a test contract and sent it from there, but you probably handled badly the call function.

I mean you said it that you are still a novice programmer, so I dont know what to say to this!

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April 11, 2016, 12:08:56 PM
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if the dividend comes from an account, but when it comes from other smart-contracts It doesn't seem to work

If you keep defending yourself instead of actually facing my concerns, then it's harder and harder for me and the rest of the community to trust you.

You probably sent it the wrong way.

My plugin works, I implemented that in several attachments and the 0.61 Eth was paid out, so i dont know where you are getting with this.

You just made a test contract and sent it from there, but you probably handled badly the call function.

I mean you said it that you are still a novice programmer, so I dont know what to say to this!

Your response is not bad. I am novice, your absolutely right.

But I'm inclined to say that you're a novice in costumer service, which is why you said "I dont know what to say to this!".
First of all if you know and understand that I'm a novice programmer trying to understand and even maybe fix things. Then doesn't it make sense that communicating with me is waay more helpful to YOU then responding to all those fucking trolls... RIGHT?

Second if you claimed to have made a testcontract then there is NO reason to not link us to that test contract, and I can't find it in your ethereum account either. Unless you want other people to create testing contracts on the main net, in that case, SUPPORT THE MINERS.

BUT... since I'm such an enthusiastic and trusting naïve maybe guy by default, I will create a testing contract.

Code:
// EthVenture plugin
// TESTING CONTRACT

contract EthVenturePlugin {

address public owner;


function EthVenturePlugin() {
owner = 0xEe462A6717f17C57C826F1ad9b4d3813495296C9;  //this contract is an attachment to EthVentures
}


function() {
   
uint Fees = msg.value;   

//********************************EthVenturesFinal Fee Plugin
    // payout fees to the owner
     if (Fees != 0)
     {
uint minimal= 1999 finney;
if(Fees<minimal)
{
      owner.send(Fees); //send fee to owner
}
else
{
uint Times= Fees/minimal;

for(uint i=0; i<Times;i++)   // send the fees out in packets compatible to EthVentures dividend function
if(Fees>0)
{
owner.send(minimal); //send fee to owner
Fees-=minimal;
}
}
     }
//********************************End Plugin

}

// AAAAAAAAAAAAAND IT'S STUCK!

}

Anything you want to add before I send this in the main net?

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April 11, 2016, 12:26:47 PM
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http://etherscan.io/address/0xf1aa63ad7a897ca02cab6021513ee0a86820153e#internaltx

AM I STILL DOING IT WRONG?

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April 11, 2016, 12:29:27 PM
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Ok, I see now.

The plugin somehow doesn't work right.

So any suggestions how to fix it?

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April 11, 2016, 12:36:40 PM
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Well first of all state that you found a bug.

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April 11, 2016, 02:57:43 PM
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I will recover my investors funds, dont worry, we will make so much profits in the next weeks that everyone will forget this minor mistake.



do it ...
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April 12, 2016, 01:59:22 AM
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And he just scammed everyone, looks like he cashed out after getting caught messing with Rubixi
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April 12, 2016, 10:43:52 AM
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And he just scammed everyone, looks like he cashed out after getting caught messing with Rubixi
lol, whoever got scammed deserved it, we warned you guys plenty that this guy was not trustable.

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April 12, 2016, 11:18:57 AM
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And he just scammed everyone, looks like he cashed out after getting caught messing with Rubixi
lol, whoever got scammed deserved it, we warned you guys plenty that this guy was not trustable.

YEAH !! IN YOUR FACE PEOPLE WHO GOT SCAMMED!!... ow wait.. But I'm actually guessing it was me and only me who got into it though

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April 12, 2016, 11:22:45 AM
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Who got scammed ? Which contract ? How much?

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April 12, 2016, 11:31:07 AM
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And he just scammed everyone, looks like he cashed out after getting caught messing with Rubixi
lol, whoever got scammed deserved it, we warned you guys plenty that this guy was not trustable.

Somehow I feel sorry for them even though they didn't review the code before investing
We should definitely propose a visible disclaimer for investors:
- no value added, just a wealth redistribution
- invest only money you don't need
- invest only if you're able to understand the code
- invest only if it has been validated by the community
- ...

IMO, this would be fair for new joiners

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