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September 02, 2016, 01:07:45 AM
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Full disclosure. I don't own any. I love the project because its the continuation of the ethereum projects vision, and I love that vision. But the reason I can't commit to investing is the almost non existent github activity. Can anyone change my mind. Explain how I'm missing something. Or make the case for why I shouldn't be concerned about this.

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September 02, 2016, 02:35:31 AM
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Full disclosure. I don't own any. I love the project because its the continuation of the ethereum projects vision, and I love that vision. But the reason I can't commit to investing is the almost non existent github activity. Can anyone change my mind. Explain how I'm missing something. Or make the case for why I shouldn't be concerned about this.

Looks good to me, last updated 37 minutes ago

https://github.com/ethereumproject/

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September 02, 2016, 03:06:17 AM
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Full disclosure. I don't own any. I love the project because its the continuation of the ethereum projects vision, and I love that vision. But the reason I can't commit to investing is the almost non existent github activity. Can anyone change my mind. Explain how I'm missing something. Or make the case for why I shouldn't be concerned about this.

Looks good to me, last updated 37 minutes ago

https://github.com/ethereumproject/

All those repos are for the neo-ethereum project. I just worry whether hoping to constantly mooch off their work is viable. I think this project is going to have to go its own way at some point.

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September 02, 2016, 03:38:40 AM
Last edit: September 02, 2016, 03:49:21 AM by greenuser
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Full disclosure. I don't own any. I love the project because its the continuation of the ethereum projects vision, and I love that vision. But the reason I can't commit to investing is the almost non existent github activity. Can anyone change my mind. Explain how I'm missing something. Or make the case for why I shouldn't be concerned about this.

Looks good to me, last updated 37 minutes ago

https://github.com/ethereumproject/

All those repos are for the neo-ethereum project. I just worry whether hoping to constantly mooch off their work is viable. I think this project is going to have to go its own way at some point.

It's our work too.  Open source?  We are 5 weeks old.  We believe in Ethereum!  We just don't believe with the direction the foundation are taking this project.  Therefore we are taking it our own way.  Remember the foundation plan to fork 4 more times yet.

It will come.  It all takes time.  Pretty good so far i think.  Just watch this space! 


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September 02, 2016, 03:51:31 AM
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Full disclosure. I don't own any. I love the project because its the continuation of the ethereum projects vision, and I love that vision. But the reason I can't commit to investing is the almost non existent github activity. Can anyone change my mind. Explain how I'm missing something. Or make the case for why I shouldn't be concerned about this.

Looks good to me, last updated 37 minutes ago

https://github.com/ethereumproject/

All those repos are for the neo-ethereum project. I just worry whether hoping to constantly mooch off their work is viable. I think this project is going to have to go its own way at some point.

I believe the eth foundation will disappear once they finish pilfering the money, they're almost done. Then real developers will come to etc.

Eth has activity but what? We need dapps. Eth just hypes 5 new words a day that have no actual use. Radeon million tps? Who cares. There's no transactions anyway. Now Radeon, etherdelta, metamask. What is this shit? Just hype.

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September 02, 2016, 04:04:03 AM
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Moreover, the Solidity programming language is being overhalled as we speak.  The new programming language will be called Solidarity.  Cheesy
Bitpop is correct, we are far more active than the Foundation

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September 02, 2016, 05:16:44 AM
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Vitalik Buterin Softens On ETC: "A non-negligible minority that feel strongly [ETC]… am surprised by the level of [ETC] adoption… there are times when a split can increase total value… [ETC] is a positive value event… a version with their [BTC's] philosophy". (a16z Podcast, Aug 30, 20:30-25:10)

https://soundcloud.com/a16z/ethereum#t=20:30

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September 02, 2016, 09:36:28 AM
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I have real difficulty following what he says at times. He seems quite emotionless when he speaks. He sounds like a machine. Speak and spell? Maybe he is a machine?  
Anyhow, it is good news that he is more open minded as he has many followers that treat him with Godlike status.  Why, I don't know but they do? If he says were are ok, his followers will say we are ok.

I'm not sure we want him batting for us though as his Game Theory really sucks.

Anyhow, good news, look

http://themerkle.com/ethereum-and-ethereum-classic-experiences-significant-surge-in-price/


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September 02, 2016, 10:48:08 AM
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ETC looks ready, bought back in.
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September 02, 2016, 11:24:36 AM
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When does the hacker have his etc in posession?
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September 02, 2016, 11:38:52 AM
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When does the hacker have his etc in posession?

Now! And he is letting people claim it back look.... https://whwithdraw.bity.com/

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September 02, 2016, 11:41:26 AM
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Mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) through a pool website

Instead of command-prompt based mining, is it possible to mine ETC through a web-browser just like to mine BTC via Bitminter? (Mining is as simple as just opening a web page and leaving it open. When you're done just transfer whatever you managed to mine to any of your accounts and close the page)

Looking to buy a verified betfair account with escrow.
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September 02, 2016, 11:44:41 AM
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When does the hacker have his etc in posession?

Now! And he is letting people claim it back look.... https://whwithdraw.bity.com/

BS that's from the RHG not from the hacker
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September 02, 2016, 11:47:44 AM
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When does the hacker have his etc in posession?

Now! And he is letting people claim it back look.... https://whwithdraw.bity.com/

BS that's from the RHG not from the hacker

Rhg is more criminal

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September 02, 2016, 11:48:07 AM
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Mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) through a pool website

Instead of command-prompt based mining, is it possible to mine ETC through a web-browser just like to mine BTC via Bitminter? (Mining is as simple as just opening a web page and leaving it open. When you're done just transfer whatever you managed to mine to any of your accounts and close the page)

No you need a big gpu

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September 02, 2016, 11:50:15 AM
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When does the hacker have his etc in posession?

Now! And he is letting people claim it back look.... https://whwithdraw.bity.com/

I think they initiated that 2 days ago, I will wait and see how the market react to the dump

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September 02, 2016, 12:01:26 PM
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When does the hacker have his etc in posession?

Now! And he is letting people claim it back look.... https://whwithdraw.bity.com/

BS that's from the RHG not from the hacker

Do you mean "the one who exploited the hole in the Dao code"?  
Hmmm....   you said "His"!  (& hacker)
We do not know if the one who exploited the hole in the Dao code was a man or a woman!
Or even a child

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September 02, 2016, 12:08:08 PM
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Okay thanks, could someone confirm that information?

To go its own way, is never the wrong decision IMHO. However, creating and further developing such a projects needs a lot of well-skilled programmers. Thus, I would have wished that some parts of the ETH development will also directly implemented in ETC.

Is Ethereum Classic (ETC) implementing all new future developments of Ethereum (ETH) so that everything is identical to ETH without the hard fork and censorship because of the DAO hack?

So far from what I have seen and heard from the devs and community is that ETC is charting it's own course.  There will be an update coming in the future to disable the difficulty bomb and keep POW in some form.  This will effectively make ETC incompatible with ETH.  Lots of interesting stuff coming already on ETC.  So we are not bound to ETH for our future.
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September 02, 2016, 12:09:00 PM
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Mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) through a pool website

Instead of command-prompt based mining, is it possible to mine ETC through a web-browser just like to mine BTC via Bitminter? (Mining is as simple as just opening a web page and leaving it open. When you're done just transfer whatever you managed to mine to any of your accounts and close the page)

No you need a big gpu

But still I need a command-prompt based applications like geth. I was asking is there any ETC pool like Bitminter for BTC, give an access to the pool via website?

Looking to buy a verified betfair account with escrow.
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September 02, 2016, 12:49:07 PM
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Mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) through a pool website

Instead of command-prompt based mining, is it possible to mine ETC through a web-browser just like to mine BTC via Bitminter? (Mining is as simple as just opening a web page and leaving it open. When you're done just transfer whatever you managed to mine to any of your accounts and close the page)

No you need a big gpu

But still I need a command-prompt based applications like geth. I was asking is there any ETC pool like Bitminter for BTC, give an access to the pool via website?

Try https://minergate.com

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