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May 23, 2013, 06:38:19 PM
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**BEWARE**

Byte-Gox has become scammer and started stealing a lot of users coins using his pool and exchange.
Avoid pool.bytecoin.in and exchange.bytecoin.in... They are scam sites.


In the beginning there was a bug in the payout system of pool.bytecoin.in, after some PM problem was fixed and I compensated, It seems a nice guy not a scammer at all.

That was at the beginning, no I can't tell.

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May 23, 2013, 06:41:24 PM
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Rather than buying old coin at the new rate, I might make a 1 time purchase.  Is your 0.0005 exchange rate above in BTC/BTE?  So...perhaps 3,000 BTE for 1.5 BTC?  How many old coin do you have to sell?

Bytecoin difficlty is here
Bitcoin difficulty is here

Just to confirm - are you saying you will accept my newly minted BTE at the exchange rate (difficulty_bytecoin/difficulty_bitcoin) set at time the BTE was mined (currently 35794/11187257 = 0.0032) for an agreed length of time (how long?) - and also take the sale of my current BTE at rate 0.0005 - example 20k BTE for 10 BTC?

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I agree to the rate, but at the moment neither offer is open ended.  I am awaiting my own miner to generate the BTC first.

I am willing to buy 2k of existing BTE for 1.0 BTC now.  That receiving address is 8UWtVBTDK2WMHRL9ufgRzWsSFMhAkiK8HP

I am willing to buy 1 newly minted block of 50 BTE for 0.15997666 BTC.  I would like to start this block anytime when the previous block is at least 2 hours old.    This is a 1 time test purchase.  That BTE receiving address is 8T5iBArqxBtYGkMu52PkCRv6kLJupm1zBQ.  Is it possible to just assign me as a 50 BTE recipient for the newly generated coins in that 1 block?  There is so much I still need to learn.

I am paranoid about sending a payment to an incorrect address.  I have just paid those two address a seed payment of 0.001 BTE, to verify that all is well.



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May 30, 2013, 07:43:32 PM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

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May 30, 2013, 08:12:45 PM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

I have had some success with a block-chain auction.  That might work for you.

In it's simplest form, you post and address and announce what block the auction will end.
Bidders pay their bid to that address.
You may want to extend the auction 10 more blocks from the payment block if a bid comes in before the ending block.
And of course, return the non winning bids.

TheJuice has written a web page to help follow the totals in such auctions.


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May 31, 2013, 03:58:58 AM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

I have had some success with a block-chain auction.  That might work for you.

In it's simplest form, you post and address and announce what block the auction will end.
Bidders pay their bid to that address.
You may want to extend the auction 10 more blocks from the payment block if a bid comes in before the ending block.
And of course, return the non winning bids.

TheJuice has written a web page to help follow the totals in such auctions.



Sorry, but I'm a doctor, not a computer genius. I just understand the option of bid/ask Smiley You mention a price, I say: Yes or No.

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May 31, 2013, 04:12:17 AM
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Rather than buying old coin at the new rate, I might make a 1 time purchase.  Is your 0.0005 exchange rate above in BTC/BTE?  So...perhaps 3,000 BTE for 1.5 BTC?  How many old coin do you have to sell?

Bytecoin difficlty is here
Bitcoin difficulty is here

Just to confirm - are you saying you will accept my newly minted BTE at the exchange rate (difficulty_bytecoin/difficulty_bitcoin) set at time the BTE was mined (currently 35794/11187257 = 0.0032) for an agreed length of time (how long?) - and also take the sale of my current BTE at rate 0.0005 - example 20k BTE for 10 BTC?

Will

I agree to the rate, but at the moment neither offer is open ended.  I am awaiting my own miner to generate the BTC first.

I am willing to buy 2k of existing BTE for 1.0 BTC now.  That receiving address is 8UWtVBTDK2WMHRL9ufgRzWsSFMhAkiK8HP

I am willing to buy 1 newly minted block of 50 BTE for 0.15997666 BTC.  I would like to start this block anytime when the previous block is at least 2 hours old.    This is a 1 time test purchase.  That BTE receiving address is 8T5iBArqxBtYGkMu52PkCRv6kLJupm1zBQ.  Is it possible to just assign me as a 50 BTE recipient for the newly generated coins in that 1 block?  There is so much I still need to learn.

I am paranoid about sending a payment to an incorrect address.  I have just paid those two address a seed payment of 0.001 BTE, to verify that all is well.




ProfMac, I applaud your efforts to get BTE moving again, but it's not going to happen without a significant drop in difficulty. When that happens it won't stay that way for long as the guy with the ASIC/server farm will point his hardware at BTE again and the difficulty will be right back up to what it is now or higher.  Only 1 block today (5-30), 2 yesterday, 1 the day before. The movement necessary for profitable trading simply isn't there.

You mentioned earlier that it's hard to set a BTE price based on difficulty. I think it's impossible. The price will be set not by exchanges or miners but by what people are willing to pay for it. Right now BTE is practically worthless but it does have future possibilities as it's a BTC clone and has a good chance of remaining decentralized.. That's why I have a standing offer of 1.0 BTC for 10,000 BTE.

I'm quite amazed at the prices you are offering for BTE. Sellers should be beating a path to your door.
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May 31, 2013, 04:15:02 AM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

If you are serious about selling your BTE please post an address to show you have that amount available.
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May 31, 2013, 11:57:31 AM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

If you are serious about selling your BTE please post an address to show you have that amount available.


The address is in my signature.

Why there is a difference? https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9y1PfV7pY_OSmZycGJLQ1haWW8/edit?pli=1

litecoin:LT1dmHQLE6uE22EGSVBMoDhhZ7Z21sHhCt
bytecoin:8Fyj7FjJ1Fq4wG3VPeJ8Lt7CnSDfUUz2S4
ripple:rpxzDVnoT87ry1kvk2sndcuLFL1L9mfXiX
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June 01, 2013, 04:46:02 AM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

If you are serious about selling your BTE please post an address to show you have that amount available.


The address is in my signature.

Why there is a difference? https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9y1PfV7pY_OSmZycGJLQ1haWW8/edit?pli=1

How many transactions does the 'Transactions' tab on your wallet show?
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June 01, 2013, 05:19:18 AM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

If you are serious about selling your BTE please post an address to show you have that amount available.


The address is in my signature.

Why there is a difference? https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9y1PfV7pY_OSmZycGJLQ1haWW8/edit?pli=1

How many transactions does the 'Transactions' tab on your wallet show?


Do I have to count them manualy? Sad

litecoin:LT1dmHQLE6uE22EGSVBMoDhhZ7Z21sHhCt
bytecoin:8Fyj7FjJ1Fq4wG3VPeJ8Lt7CnSDfUUz2S4
ripple:rpxzDVnoT87ry1kvk2sndcuLFL1L9mfXiX
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June 01, 2013, 05:20:52 AM
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Do I have to count them manualy? Sad

I sent you a PM regarding purchasing your BTE.

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June 01, 2013, 01:13:36 PM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

If you are serious about selling your BTE please post an address to show you have that amount available.


The address is in my signature.

Why there is a difference? https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9y1PfV7pY_OSmZycGJLQ1haWW8/edit?pli=1

How many transactions does the 'Transactions' tab on your wallet show?




Do I have to count them manualy? :(


No. Click on the receive coins tab. Do you have more than one address listed? If so, the rest of your BTE may be stored in one of those addresses. The total you see on the Overview tab is the sum of all BTE stored in your addresses. If you are still interested in selling, PM me. Thanks.
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June 01, 2013, 02:06:58 PM
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Hi,

I'm selling my all 1036.62216526 BTE. Offers, please!

If you are serious about selling your BTE please post an address to show you have that amount available.


The address is in my signature.

Why there is a difference? https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9y1PfV7pY_OSmZycGJLQ1haWW8/edit?pli=1

How many transactions does the 'Transactions' tab on your wallet show?




Do I have to count them manualy? Sad


No. Click on the receive coins tab. Do you have more than one address listed? If so, the rest of your BTE may be stored in one of those addresses. The total you see on the Overview tab is the sum of all BTE stored in your addresses. If you are still interested in selling, PM me. Thanks.

Overview tab: Number of transactions: 551; Balance: 1036.62216526 BTE; Unconfirmed: 0.00 BTE
Receive coins tab: one and only address 8Fyj7FjJ1Fq4wG3VPeJ8Lt7CnSDfUUz2S4

Selling everything for 0.5 BTC


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bytecoin:8Fyj7FjJ1Fq4wG3VPeJ8Lt7CnSDfUUz2S4
ripple:rpxzDVnoT87ry1kvk2sndcuLFL1L9mfXiX
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June 01, 2013, 02:09:46 PM
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20,200 BTE for 10 BTC right here. PM.

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June 01, 2013, 02:37:04 PM
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20,200 BTE for 10 BTC right here. PM.

You guys need to mine at least a few blocks a day or the coin will die.

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June 01, 2013, 02:39:17 PM
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How many mhs would it take for solo mining? I have 8000 available in 400 blocks.

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June 01, 2013, 02:40:12 PM
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I don't trust http://pool.bytecoin.in/ right now

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June 01, 2013, 02:42:38 PM
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Actually with the new cgminer I can't even take a few devices and mine bte. The only possibility of saving BTE is merged mining it. This needs to happen asap. Is the dev even around any more? If not can someone patch it? If so, you will get 8 ghs with my merged mining.

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June 01, 2013, 02:43:38 PM
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bytecoin.in is completely dead, pool and forum. Maybe its time to say good bye.

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June 01, 2013, 02:50:11 PM
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bytecoin.in is completely dead, pool and forum. Maybe its time to say good bye.

[09:49] <gribble> The expected generation output, at 8000.0 Mhps, given difficulty of 35794.675, is 112.398062881 BTC per day and 4.68325262003 BTC per hour.


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