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Author Topic: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?)  (Read 471086 times)
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April 29, 2013, 02:07:16 PM
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I am here with WSOLTC.me and was wondering if we could possibly be whitelisted in order to create a post about our website in the alternate currency forum. It is a litecoin based poker site
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April 29, 2013, 03:08:04 PM
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If somebody sees this I'd like to get out of the Newbies forum.  I want to post on this thread ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=43514.0 ) and ask the developer of that charting site to add a logarithmic scale function.

I've been following bitcoin with some interest since 2011.
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April 29, 2013, 03:17:17 PM
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Hi,
I made a post here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=190895.0 that is a bit technical, and I'd like to post it to 'Development and Technical Discussion' because I think it's unlikely that it will be seen by an expert in the newbie forum.  Thanks if you can help.
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April 29, 2013, 04:02:55 PM
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I want to bid on ASIC's. Let me out please!  Grin
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April 29, 2013, 04:09:01 PM
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I want to bid on ASIC's. Let me out please!  Grin


This kinda reminds me of

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM8Ss28zjcE

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April 29, 2013, 07:28:06 PM
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I'd like to be whitelisted.  I am knowledgeable on the subject of Litecoin mining and am interested in learning more about Feathercoin mining.  That said I noticed I cannot post in the following thread relating to a pool I am currently mining in:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=186539.40

I would like to participate in this discussion.

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April 29, 2013, 07:42:14 PM
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I'd also like to be whitelisted.  I am knowledgeable on the subject of Litecoin mining and I'm working on a custom frame that will benefit the mining community.
Here is some info on it: https://forum.litecoin.net/index.php/topic,2682.0.html
I need to be able to post in other discussion in the hardware forum regarding multiple GPU/Soft set up and stability.
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April 29, 2013, 10:48:48 PM
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I'd like to be whitelisted. I've been following bitcoin for quite a while now, and just got into it a few weeks ago. I've already sold some items for BTC and exchanged a bit of BTC on #bitcoin-otc.

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April 29, 2013, 11:02:49 PM
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I've read Erik Voorhees "On Life and Liberty" which is an excellent paper explaining Bitcoin on a broad level.  I have spent weeks in #Bitcoin-otc where I am registered.  I have trading accounts with at least 5 different websites of different countries and have been trading vigorously over the past month.  I understand that bitcoin isn't a fad but a work in progress and that markets and opportunities abound as it becomes more widely accepted.

Please allow me to post on these useful forums.

Thank you

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April 29, 2013, 11:09:29 PM
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Hi!
My first language is French and I'd really like to help translating on such threads: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=129620.360
I don't even know if this is a good reason, but I'm trying anyway.

Thanks!
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April 30, 2013, 12:49:31 AM
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I would like to contribute the following post to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=114664.40 :

As you can hopefully see, I have a significant amount of knowledge about the different coins.

Thanks in advance,


My post:

Bitcoin is brilliant except for to senseless calculations everybody is performing to mine a block.  It's great to see that this single oddity has also been resolved using coin age in PPCoin.  However, it's clear that there's still the issue of missing incentive to process transactions when minting a new block.

Many possible solutions have been suggested already, hereby another one:

Let's say that for example on average 2880 coin days per day (24 hour) are destroyed in transactions, and let's also say that it is desired that every 5 minutes a new block is minted for fast transaction processing, on average every block should then process transactions worth 10 coin days.

The system could then mandate that only blocks that process transactions worth at least 10 coin days are valid blocks.  Just like Bitcoin's difficulty this amount could be adjusted every x blocks: if it turns out after x blocks that there are not enough coin days destroyed in transactions to reach a 5 minute average, the mandatory amount is lowered and vice versa.  There is no need to pay any incentives to minters, to earn your 1% interest you must process transactions.

There is also no need to process more than (in this example) 10 coin days, because this will not increase the amount of interest you will receive.
The amount of coin age contributed to the blockchain by a block is the sum of destroyed coin age of the processed transactions and the destroyed coin age of the minted coins (interest receiving coins).  This will ensure that every minter will still be able to collect its 1% in due course and that older transactions will have a higher likelyhood of being processed because of the building up of coin age the longer they are not processed.

However, there is one problem with this scenario (or perhaps more that I'm not aware of).  A minter could decide to process more than the required amount of transaction coin days, to increase his chances of ending up in the blockchain or to perform a little bit of sabotage by submitting a block with lots of transactions forcing a reorganization of the blockchain. 

This problem can be a countered with the following measure:
The amount of coin age contributed to the blockchain by a block is the minimum required amount of processed transactions (in my example 10 coin days), regardless of the actual amount of processed transactions + the destroyed coin age of the minted coins (interest receiving coins) + fixed amount per block (this is not a reward to anyone, but only a contribution to the total coin age of the blockchain).

Let's look at an example to see what this will achieve:
Let's say we have 30 coin days worth of transactions to process, and the minimum required amount is 10 coin days.  Let's say the fixed amount per block is 5 coin days, and all the actors combined per fork have the same amount of coin days to mint, for example 7.

In fork A they only process the minimum required amount of coin day transactions per block (10 coin days), in fork B they process more (15 coin days).

The total amount of coin days contributed to the blockchain in fork A is: 10 + 5 + 10 + 5 + 10 + 5 + 7 = 52 coin days.
The total amount of coin days contributed to the blockchain in fork B is: 10 + 5 + 10 + 5 + 7 = 37 coin days.

One can even do without the fixed amount per block (5 coin days in my example), but including the fixed amount will indicate sooner which fork will win.

It is clear that in this scenario, to maximize his chances of ending up in the blockchain, it is in the minters best interest to stay as close as possible to the minimum required amount of coin day transactions per block.

One exception is necessary: when a single transaction exceeds the minimum required amount of coin day transactions per block, the full amount of coin days of this single transaction should contribute to the blockchain, to prevent this transaction from never being processed (it will now be first in line to be processed).

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April 30, 2013, 01:53:24 AM
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Hello.

I am a bitcoin enthusiast and have been buying and selling bitcoins in person, online, and on the exchange for a while. I am in the market for buying Casascius Gold Coins and saw an auction for a set by (Colbee) but couldn't place a bid due to the restrictions. I've been following the bitcoin reddit for a while also and find the concept and idea of bitcoins fascinating. I would greatly appreciate if I could be whitelisted so I can participate on other forums and also bid in the auctions Smiley. Thanks and look forward to being a contributing member to the bitcoin community.

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April 30, 2013, 02:42:54 AM
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Why am I still listed as Newbie? I thought it was a 5-post thing.

Edit: I get the idea behind doing this, but I don't think it helps to shoot the shit with other new people just so you can go over to the main forums and talk about what you really want to talk about (ask a specific question, reply to someone to offer help).
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April 30, 2013, 10:00:14 AM
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I think I overqualify,.

I invested $1500 on bitcoin. I will spend $1400 to buy butterfly labs machine. I want to invest in bitfounder asicminer. I want to sell e-book to bitcoin.

I am a noob?

Half the people here probably know less about bitcoin than I am.

Yea, I got 15 posts and have been here for months. What? Glitches?

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May 01, 2013, 01:16:01 AM
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And we're caught up!

pmorici: OK
PulsarAV: OK
kylejustknows: OK
Lacky: OK
M2: OK
Dan Dascalescu: OK
intrd: OK
jnylen: OK
cleverchickens: OK
zekesonxx: OK
Bitomagic: OK
Dpx008: OK
Netional: OK
DM90: OK
pornluver: OK

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May 01, 2013, 01:25:03 AM
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I've been into Bitcoin for over a year now, mostly as a hobby at first but I really started getting into it last fall. Gave my family Casacscius coins for Christmas and I tell everyone I know about Bitcoin even though I know that if everything goes bad, which I don't think it will, I'll be known as the crazy friend/family member who was into that strange alternative currency. I've been lurking around here for a while and I read a lot of stuff other places.

Can you set me free, please? Thanks!
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May 01, 2013, 01:36:59 AM
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And we're caught up!


pornluver: OK

Dude I am still a newbie.

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May 01, 2013, 01:58:45 AM
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And we're caught up!


pornluver: OK

Dude I am still a newbie.
It will still show that, but you should now be able to post everywhere.

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I just caught up with the business thread!

bcvpn: OK
RyanDoka: OK
srfulmer: OK
BitcoinCoffee: OK
shezts: OK
StrawHat: OK
olivaw: OK
jcrawfordor: Already whitelisted
Bitcoin_Futures_Options: OK
VaporJedi: OK
YoungMoney420: OK
butterstick: OK
24change.com: OK
hushcoin: OK
jesseh: OK
dsophy: OK
normcutter: OK
LTCForCash: OK
bgrusnak: OK
Zeus7777: Already whitelisted
GITOnetwork: OK
labo8t: OK
robertvo: OK
ZackP: Already whitelisted
BitFollower: OK
ahreal: OK
bithaggle: OK
bitcoinonwheels: OK
kooksin: OK
vivob: OK
iimazecoin: OK
palo: OK
twoBulletsCollide: OK
john_h: OK
ngc0202: OK
ffrogman: OK
cryptosec: OK
davesag: OK
yvon: OK
Mark Griffith: OK
adamjgmiller: OK
SeansOutpost: Already whitelisted
jj9guy: OK
Cryptorig: OK
Ataxx: Already whitelisted
Jmh428: OK
wowc8: OK
Bitmunitions: OK
coincepts: OK
kyser20: OK
Ronados: OK
BitcoinCheddar: OK
coins: OK
fussycashew: OK
AskMiners.com: OK
Bitfash: OK
BitcoinMoxy: OK
OpenBitcoinStore: OK
iimazecoin: Already whitelisted
billpayforcoins: OK
Traade: OK
diamondsea: Already whitelisted
ahreal: Already whitelisted
coincepts: Already whitelisted
gladiatorcoin: OK
Davey™: OK
DrahogErusiel: OK
bitcoinsberlin.com: OK
DivineOmega: OK
sbryant31: OK
quickbitcoinuk: OK
Stroomy: OK
fone-btc: OK
soks86: OK
ccwirral: OK
Chi11ed: OK
quickbitcoin: Already whitelisted
fahrenheit451: OK
TerryHyden: OK
roninacolyte: OK
noxbayou: OK
sambrose: OK
btcoincollector: OK
Bitcoin Grid: OK
Techknowledgy: OK

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May 01, 2013, 03:46:36 AM
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So this would save a few hours and a few posts then..

I joined the forum to take part in one of the group buys of the Avalon ASIC chips. I also plan to assist in the design of an 'open source' PCB assembly for said chips, and possibly arrange or assist with a group buy & assembly of said PCB so the community can make use of said chips.  It provides an important hedge against consolidation in mining and offers better defense against 51+% attacks.

I've been a casual GPU miner (BTC/LTC) for a while now and understand the principles and theory of the system quite well if i do say so myself.
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May 01, 2013, 04:07:44 AM
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Hi,

I have read these forums frequently when searching Google, so I finally decided to join. I know quite well of BTCs, however, I would like to ask other members about their opinions about online BTC miners, rigs, setups, etc. I'm an active member on many forums and like to help out the community when I can. I would also like to participate in the Marketplace and purchase some items (from trustworthy members) that can help me in my BTC mining.

Thanks.
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