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October 31, 2016, 06:58:31 PM
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I think it's good that the Pirate party didn't win this election. I'm an Pirate party supporter my self
Winning the next one will be better Smiley

There are many things that can go wrong here in the next 4 years and it would all been blamed on the Pirate party. because many people here fear the Pirate party, guess who? Cheesy

I'm 25 years old and my generation is getting really tired of the corruption here, more and more young Icelanders are moving out of the country thanks to high interest rates on loans
and over priced apartments. The health care system is been cut down, the police and the education. the food price is going up, they increase tax on food from 7% to 11% so they can decrease tax on
electronics :/  they say that the purchasing power is up and every one is happy, nothing has happened and everything is on the right track. except they are for getting the young people, old people, the disabled people, the police, the whole health care system and education system.

it will be interesting to see how they are going to fix all these problems when they don't even want to pay their taxes


I see you have the similar problems as in the USA, that 1950s generation sure don't want to let us run the world.

Babyboomers messed up the world, blame us, and now we have to fix it so they can enjoy their retirement  Angry

Interesting considering that "1950's generation" invented the technology you are using to make that statement. The problem is the senile politicians and bankers who can barely get out their easy chairs telling the rest of us how things need to be done. I'm part of the 50's generation and I, and many of my friends and relatives don't like the current state of affairs any more than you do. I was part of the "digital revolution" and still am. The problem is not us, its you and us and everyone because if we could all settle on one course of direction, the world would move toward it. But that would hinder individual thought and everyone's "right" to be anything they want no matter how ridiculous, offensive, stupid or downright dangerous that might be.

It's the fact that we are so splintered in our views and believes that there is little to no progress being made on many fronts. The guys from the 40's still run the governments for the most part, you know, the ones they wheel in wearing a bib....

PS: Not many of us are set to "enjoy our retirement" as most of us won't be able to afford to retire.

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October 31, 2016, 07:31:37 PM
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I think it's good that the Pirate party didn't win this election. I'm an Pirate party supporter my self
Winning the next one will be better Smiley

There are many things that can go wrong here in the next 4 years and it would all been blamed on the Pirate party. because many people here fear the Pirate party, guess who? Cheesy

I'm 25 years old and my generation is getting really tired of the corruption here, more and more young Icelanders are moving out of the country thanks to high interest rates on loans
and over priced apartments. The health care system is been cut down, the police and the education. the food price is going up, they increase tax on food from 7% to 11% so they can decrease tax on
electronics :/  they say that the purchasing power is up and every one is happy, nothing has happened and everything is on the right track. except they are for getting the young people, old people, the disabled people, the police, the whole health care system and education system.

it will be interesting to see how they are going to fix all these problems when they don't even want to pay their taxes


I see you have the similar problems as in the USA, that 1950s generation sure don't want to let us run the world.

Babyboomers messed up the world, blame us, and now we have to fix it so they can enjoy their retirement  Angry

Interesting considering that "1950's generation" invented the technology you are using to make that statement. The problem is the senile politicians and bankers who can barely get out their easy chairs telling the rest of us how things need to be done. I'm part of the 50's generation and I, and many of my friends and relatives don't like the current state of affairs any more than you do. I was part of the "digital revolution" and still am. The problem is not us, its you and us and everyone because if we could all settle on one course of direction, the world would move toward it. But that would hinder individual thought and everyone's "right" to be anything they want no matter how ridiculous, offensive, stupid or downright dangerous that might be.

It's the fact that we are so splintered in our views and believes that there is little to no progress being made on many fronts. The guys from the 40's still run the governments for the most part, you know, the ones they wheel in wearing a bib....

PS: Not many of us are set to "enjoy our retirement" as most of us won't be able to afford to retire.


lol, most of you are regressive. hit a nerve I see
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October 31, 2016, 09:06:00 PM
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I think it's good that the Pirate party didn't win this election. I'm an Pirate party supporter my self
Winning the next one will be better Smiley

There are many things that can go wrong here in the next 4 years and it would all been blamed on the Pirate party. because many people here fear the Pirate party, guess who? Cheesy

I'm 25 years old and my generation is getting really tired of the corruption here, more and more young Icelanders are moving out of the country thanks to high interest rates on loans
and over priced apartments. The health care system is been cut down, the police and the education. the food price is going up, they increase tax on food from 7% to 11% so they can decrease tax on
electronics :/  they say that the purchasing power is up and every one is happy, nothing has happened and everything is on the right track. except they are for getting the young people, old people, the disabled people, the police, the whole health care system and education system.

it will be interesting to see how they are going to fix all these problems when they don't even want to pay their taxes


I see you have the similar problems as in the USA, that 1950s generation sure don't want to let us run the world.

Babyboomers messed up the world, blame us, and now we have to fix it so they can enjoy their retirement  Angry

Interesting considering that "1950's generation" invented the technology you are using to make that statement. The problem is the senile politicians and bankers who can barely get out their easy chairs telling the rest of us how things need to be done. I'm part of the 50's generation and I, and many of my friends and relatives don't like the current state of affairs any more than you do. I was part of the "digital revolution" and still am. The problem is not us, its you and us and everyone because if we could all settle on one course of direction, the world would move toward it. But that would hinder individual thought and everyone's "right" to be anything they want no matter how ridiculous, offensive, stupid or downright dangerous that might be.

It's the fact that we are so splintered in our views and believes that there is little to no progress being made on many fronts. The guys from the 40's still run the governments for the most part, you know, the ones they wheel in wearing a bib....

PS: Not many of us are set to "enjoy our retirement" as most of us won't be able to afford to retire.


lol, most of you are regressive. hit a nerve I see

I don't speak for my generation, a lot of them are pretty screwed up but, we didn't cause all the worlds problems nor can we fix them so, have at it and, good luck!  Grin
 

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October 31, 2016, 10:03:04 PM
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Right after the elections every member of the parliament got salary increase up to 340.000kr   3018$   4,274 BTC   22.777 AUR

And we get to know about it right efter the election  Angry    COINCIDENCE???

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November 01, 2016, 02:27:29 AM
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I don't speak for my generation, a lot of them are pretty screwed up but, we didn't cause all the worlds problems nor can we fix them so, have at it and, good luck!  Grin
 

at least we can agree that there's a lot of messed up with both generations
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November 01, 2016, 07:49:05 AM
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I don't speak for my generation, a lot of them are pretty screwed up but, we didn't cause all the worlds problems nor can we fix them so, have at it and, good luck!  Grin
 

at least we can agree that there's a lot of messed up with both generations

Maybe we should blame the older generation for not teaching the young what a ballot box is, after all, 'Bregzit' might not have happened if the youth turnout matched the pensioner turnout.
Or maybe we should blame the establishment for distracting the young with celebritism and consumer gadgets.
Or maybe we should blame the establishment for pampering to the old's feeling of wealth since they are more likely to vote.
Or maybe we should blame the establishment for redirecting money creation from loans for business generation, towards loans for existing housing supply and consumerism, leading to an asset price explosion and an indebted and economically enslaved younger generation who for the first time in decades will be much worse off than those who lived before.

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November 01, 2016, 01:16:31 PM
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I don't speak for my generation, a lot of them are pretty screwed up but, we didn't cause all the worlds problems nor can we fix them so, have at it and, good luck!  Grin
 

at least we can agree that there's a lot of messed up with both generations

We can certainly agree on that. Common ground I would think.

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November 01, 2016, 01:35:23 PM
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I don't speak for my generation, a lot of them are pretty screwed up but, we didn't cause all the worlds problems nor can we fix them so, have at it and, good luck!  Grin
 

at least we can agree that there's a lot of messed up with both generations

Maybe we should blame the older generation for not teaching the young what a ballot box is, after all, 'Bregzit' might not have happened if the youth turnout matched the pensioner turnout.
Or maybe we should blame the establishment for distracting the young with celebritism and consumer gadgets.
Or maybe we should blame the establishment for pampering to the old's feeling of wealth since they are more likely to vote.
Or maybe we should blame the establishment for redirecting money creation from loans for business generation, towards loans for existing housing supply and consumerism, leading to an asset price explosion and an indebted and economically enslaved younger generation who for the first time in decades will be much worse off than those who lived before.

And therein lies one of the major stumbling blocks to any solution, blame. Can I blame the moon for replacing the sun at night? Sure, but where would it get me? Nowhere of course. Can I install electric lights so I can see again at night? Sure. that would be called a "solution" and it would take money, time and most importantly, work.

I think it will all work out in the long run if we can avoid destroying the planet or ourselves in the process but, we have to learn to accept failure right along with success. One does not exist without the other. It's like the people who continually DDOS this forum. Exactly what do they hope to gain? If it is a personal attack on theymos, they are just wasting their time. If it is a global attack on Bitcoin or crypto in general, they are still wasting their time, there are plenty of other places to discuss crypto and a few angry script kiddies aren't going to change anything.

It is ineffective in achieving whatever goal they have in mind yet they keep doing it. We need to stop "doing it" just because we can and work together toward the goal of transforming governments and social structures so they work with the people and for the people not against the people. Remember NOTHING is impossible, there is a peaceful solution to every problem as long as you have a bigger gun...  Cheesy

 

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November 01, 2016, 02:22:39 PM
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It is ineffective in achieving whatever goal they have in mind yet they keep doing it. We need to stop "doing it" just because we can and work together toward the goal of transforming governments and social structures so they work with the people and for the people not against the people. Remember NOTHING is impossible, there is a peaceful solution to every problem as long as you have a bigger gun...  Cheesy


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November 01, 2016, 08:44:28 PM
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It is ineffective in achieving whatever goal they have in mind yet they keep doing it. We need to stop "doing it" just because we can and work together toward the goal of transforming governments and social structures so they work with the people and for the people not against the people. Remember NOTHING is impossible, there is a peaceful solution to every problem as long as you have a bigger gun...  Cheesy



Now there's a guy who doesn't want to change the system unless the changes are his.

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November 01, 2016, 09:05:14 PM
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www.Mining-Dutch.nl

Back in business.!
All bugs and problems solved and mining blocks stable.!

Hope to see you back soon.

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November 11, 2016, 04:21:48 PM
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Hi team

I know there is a merchant platform under development.

WI'll it have a Point of Sale system that links up to Apple and microsoft devices in store that will printake receipts or tally items on a list for a restaurant or retailer.

I'm interested to know your thoughts on the potential for a slightly differento system where a customer makes a cash purchase and then the system offers you your chaneeds in auroracoin...

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November 13, 2016, 12:10:48 PM
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Hi team

I know there is a merchant platform under development.

WI'll it have a Point of Sale system that links up to Apple and microsoft devices in store that will printake receipts or tally items on a list for a restaurant or retailer.

B  I'm interested to know your thoughts on the potential for a slightly differento system where a customer makes a cash purchase and then the system offers you your chaneeds in auroracoin...


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A & B (above) would both be very useful developments.

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November 23, 2016, 04:42:30 AM
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Hi all,
I want to ask AURORACOIN are available on the exchange YOBIT ,
there's right is not it ??
because , I see in the OP does not update   Huh

>>>https://yobit.net/en/trade/AUR/BTC

thanks in advance !!!

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November 25, 2016, 05:56:57 PM
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Hi all,
I want to ask AURORACOIN are available on the exchange YOBIT ,
there's right is not it ??
because , I see in the OP does not update   Huh

>>>https://yobit.net/en/trade/AUR/BTC

thanks in advance !!!


There have been some troubles with Yobit in the past. We decided to take it off the OP when multiple claims came in from users that were unable to withdraw their coins. We will look into it again and see if things have been resolved.

Thank you for your response.

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So, I've been trying to find out when the mining reward will half.

Looking at the code, it seems like it's going to be at block 2,100,000, which *would* turn out as roughly 4 years from genesis had we been mining multialgo all along. But since the first 225000 were mined with much lower speed (but equally higher subsidy), we "lost" 2 years and the reward halfing will be roughly 3 years from now (6 years from genesis).

I rounded the numbers generously, but is this correct?

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November 29, 2016, 06:14:07 PM
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So, I've been trying to find out when the mining reward will half.

Looking at the code, it seems like it's going to be at block 2,100,000, which *would* turn out as roughly 4 years from genesis had we been mining multialgo all along. But since the first 225000 were mined with much lower speed (but equally higher subsidy), we "lost" 2 years and the reward halfing will be roughly 3 years from now (6 years from genesis).

I rounded the numbers generously, but is this correct?


Molecular, you are correct.  Instead of trying to make changes to it, we just went with the static number based on what it would have been had we been multi-algo.  We figured if there was significant reason to calculate the 4 year mark and redo the code, we had a bit of time to make it work.

Any worries about it other than it changes the reward/time curve for this initial period?

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So, I've been trying to find out when the mining reward will half.

Looking at the code, it seems like it's going to be at block 2,100,000, which *would* turn out as roughly 4 years from genesis had we been mining multialgo all along. But since the first 225000 were mined with much lower speed (but equally higher subsidy), we "lost" 2 years and the reward halfing will be roughly 3 years from now (6 years from genesis).

I rounded the numbers generously, but is this correct?


Molecular, you are correct.  Instead of trying to make changes to it, we just went with the static number based on what it would have been had we been multi-algo.  We figured if there was significant reason to calculate the 4 year mark and redo the code, we had a bit of time to make it work.

Any worries about it other than it changes the reward/time curve for this initial period?

-Fuse

Nope, no worries.

However: if you do want to make a change to shorten the period, you should rather do it early (as in: now) than later. I would suggest to leave things as they currently are, though. Any change affecting predictability of supply (not just total supply, but also generation rate) better be damn well reasoned. I really can't think of any reason that would merit such a change at this point.





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soo... anybody in Iceland knows this coin ?

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