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Author Topic: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?)  (Read 471086 times)
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December 15, 2013, 02:15:01 AM
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Not sure if this counts, but I've been around bitcoin for at least a year (i'm not that good with time) but i'm certain i discovered it before 2013, which puts at least 11 months on my clock. I have't actually been logged in to bitcointalk, but i did spend some time viewing the forums (especially because they're the main source of information on bitcoin). I've read the white paper for bitcoin, PPcoin, mined casually with GUIminer and am finally getting into command line stuff. I even earned enough to trade on BTC-e once, but i blew it all on chinacoin speculation; i'm not sure what that does to my reputation though Wink
Also i was around for pretty much the entirety of chinacoin, and probably disconnected for a while because of my losses, if that can give you a better idea of my timeline.

Also, there's a dogecoin giveaway, and it's actually my first coin i've used a QT client for.  Cheesy

I'm not putting much importance on whether i get bumped, but if i do it'll make me happy.  Smiley hopefully this will count as my one post anyway.

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December 15, 2013, 02:36:53 AM
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Looking at what others posted, it occurred to me that i have a super-special skill to offer (besides my sense of humor): technical computer knowledge. I know that probably isn't in any scarcity, but specifically I've spent at least a year (almost) mastering the windows command line. For loops and variable management are harder than you'd think.
I'm even studying computer science at college and know some of C++ and java, with about 2-3 years of C++ and a class on java (it's the same as C anyway except pointers aren't explicit and you can use reflection).

Additionally:
I know the basics on how to use HTML and XML, though that doesn't come up often and I don't really know how to implement HTML in webpages. Again, i know the basics like how to use head, title, body, p, img, and ect, but i'd have to look up every attribute individually and have very little idea about how to use CSS.
I've researched some about how IP (the internet protocol) works and am thinking of implementing DHT/decentralized communication in a MUD as a replacement for a server.
I've played around in VBS and have done small things with it, but it disgusts me yet seems clean and structured at the same time and has a befuddling amount of setup required to do something as simple as file manipulation.

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December 15, 2013, 08:13:38 AM
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Hi,

I also would like to get whitelisted.

thanks.
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December 15, 2013, 01:34:04 PM
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Hi,

I would like to get whitelisted.

Wanna join to the discussion in alt. currencies.
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December 15, 2013, 01:45:33 PM
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I have read this forum since last month but i didn't register.
i want to get whitelist because i want to buy an asic miner from the group buy that mange by sushi.
i need to post at there to get confirm,thanks.
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December 15, 2013, 01:55:05 PM
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Hi I just signed up here to get some info on multipool:


I've been mining with multipool recently but my hashs are all going to MEC and don't want to change (port 7777). Is there something wrong with my miner settings ? I have failover only disabled with one backup pool.


If you could either give me permission to post there or just move this post there would be awesome, thanks.

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December 15, 2013, 02:08:23 PM
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Hi, I'm new to Bitcoin, and really excited about it. I'm interested in taking part in technical discussions, and being part of the community. I'm also interested in buying/selling items on the marketplace. I have some ideas for new products around Bitcoin and offline wallets, I hope to have a prototype soon!
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December 15, 2013, 02:52:40 PM
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I need to contact the owner of a pool on here, the support page that should have the appropriate contact info is just a blank template page.
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December 15, 2013, 03:20:36 PM
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I need to get out of here since i want to Buy a antminer in Sushis group buy thread, but cant post or pm him. Only 12 Units are left Sad

Im allready running 3 mining rigs for LTC, so i dont think im a newbie Smiley

Thank you in advance Smiley
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December 15, 2013, 04:07:26 PM
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I'd like to give some technical advice in the MemoryCoin thread.

These newbie restrictions are overdone, in my opinion.

I'm assuming the reasoning is to combat bot spam, but for that there are other solutions, e.g. captcha and moderation.
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December 16, 2013, 11:59:52 AM
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Request to be whitelisted.
I need to ask some questions bout active pools in EMD-thread. (Emerald coins)
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December 16, 2013, 02:07:14 PM
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This is my first post so I can get white listed - I will try to make it useful.

A contrarian view has been posted here, suggesting that Bitcoin is a speculative bubble. I think it's based on some flawed analysis so here's the comment I posted in response:

This article is great for people who’ve not got any Bitcoins to feel better about themselves. Other than that it misses some pretty key points, and in some places is frankly misleading.

1. The number of transactions for practical use IS going up. About 300% this year. The top graph is misleading, as is the second… Comparing transactions to market capitalization in dollars, in a year where the value of BTC (in dollars) has gone through the roof, effectively provides an inverse of the price in dollars, but does little to prove or disprove use for practical transactions. Your graph makes it appear as if the number of transactions is going down, when this is factually not the case.

2. You say that the number of transactions have “mostly just bounced around”. This is simply not correct, assuming you are trying to establish its real world practical use for transactions. Understand that Bitcoin exchanges have to move substantial BTC between accounts (addresses) daily, for example in and out of cold storage. (This is akin to putting money in and out of a safe, but generates transactions on the public record all the same). Consequently, this graph taken from the same source as your charts, and showing the number of Bitcoin transactions while excluding transactions between popular addresses, is the most accurate view of practical use. Growth of 300% in a year is not bad and is certainly not ‘bouncing around’!

3. It’s usefulness for in person transactions such as at a physical store is, as many commenters say correctly, constrained by the 5-8 mins it takes to confirm a transaction, but this is not where the currency shines (and in fact is being solved anyway). This is old world thinking here… i.e. a dollar can be used in any circumstance – online, physical store, wire transfer. On the contrary, Bitcoin as a currency simply ‘has its place’. It works fine for online orders (I ordered a computer a couple of days ago and paid fine with Bitcoin), it also works great for wire style transfers between individuals and businesses, and in both cases has (effectively) zero transaction fees – in stark contrast to credit cards and regular wire transfers. Think of it this way… an online merchant could sell its products 2-3% cheaper tomorrow than its competitors, assuming it offers Bitcoin as a means of payment. Imagine if Amazon announced it was accepting Bitcoin next week… Would that change your view of Bitcoin being (not) a currency?

The simple fact is there are only a tiny number of places to spend Bitcoin at the moment, but that number is growing. It will accelerate in 2014 as API’s for online merchants mature, so that merchants can readily integrate Bitcoin into their shopping carts, which is not easy right now. Bitpay is one example of a company offering this service.

It is certainly true that a large number of people are hoarding and many are hoarding for speculation purposes. But I agree with the commenter who says that many are also waiting simply for the opportunity to spend it.

Give it time!
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December 16, 2013, 03:16:43 PM
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May I get whitelisted?

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December 16, 2013, 03:43:03 PM
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Hi,

I also would like to get whitelisted !!

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December 16, 2013, 04:02:28 PM
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Hey fellow crypto fiends... I would love to be able to post in other forums.  I hope you all have a good day. =D

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December 16, 2013, 07:43:18 PM
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Request for Whitelist pls.

Newbie Here
I would like to reply to a post to get questions answered. Thanx

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December 16, 2013, 09:39:11 PM
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Whitelist pls ? I need to ask a few questions about BTC and other crypto coins. I am considering accepting BTC for my bussisness...
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December 17, 2013, 11:39:58 AM
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Hi. I'd like to be whitelisted please.
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December 17, 2013, 11:47:56 AM
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hey trying to get out of here so i can just the rest of the forums, thank you and i look forward to being paert of the community.
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December 17, 2013, 04:18:01 PM
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Request for Whitelist pleass.

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