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April 07, 2013, 08:47:06 PM
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Who are the ByteCoin devs!? ByteCoin needs a homepage!

I know Bryan Mills and Maria 2.0 seem to be the posters that initiated it. Where are they now ? Does anyone else have access to the Git? Can we get a more 'Official' Git with a number of people having access to ?

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We are pleased to present you Bytecoin a brand new cryptocurrency based on Bitcoin.

A full website, forum, pool and exchange (BTE/BTC/LR) are coming, keep posted!

bryanmills https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=90554
GitHub https://github.com/bryan-mills/bytecoin

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Actually it does.

$ bitcoind verifymessage 1gc9ofUh56DdTY9AWDCXgBrjCRSFRYuh3 HNAaLxjcCAgyDBp8MOsCGfKfIZJSTZ9fRMh2PBkdPBaK2/B4G88SbIkzHoyNFFyEtkQNV/z90aWUfQ5d4UpxZUg= "Bytecoin, a new blockchain released today April 1, 2013.
Exactly 4 years ago, I learned about a wonderful technology that was designed to give the people, power and control over their finances, with anonymity and privacy. 4 years later, we realize that the technology is to be spread, multiplied and evolved. Today we introduce Bytecoin. This is a fresh start for a bigger, wiser community that did not have the opportunity to participate in the early stages of bitcoin.
www.bytecoin.in
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...proves that Maria owns the ECDSA key behind 1gc9ofUh56DdTY9AWDCXgBrjCRSFRYuh3, which was seen on the network on April 2009, proving she is a very, very early Bitcoin user.

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April 07, 2013, 08:47:38 PM
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The bytecoin devs are the same as the bitcoin devs.
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June 10, 2013, 08:51:21 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=223904.0

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June 10, 2013, 10:21:33 PM
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Maybe this is intentional...

I have seen the thread about forking BTE for a while, and I can't think that all the BTC devs are on permanent vacation or something.

Has anyone thought that maybe when ASICs are in the hands of the people, and not a small majority (yes even with blades, usbs, avalons and now 5gh BFLs) that we will see some progress in our lovely ByteCoin?

Afterall, what if bitcoin experiences some catastrofic obstacle that can't be overcome except to take a new approach through it's sister chain...

Anything is possible, but for now why don't we just tuck our wallets away and let things play out for a bit.

Instead of living 100miles per second thought these crypto thingys.

JMO

Its all about what the people want...
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June 10, 2013, 11:11:30 PM
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Well here is the problem, it's not profitable to mine bte with asics. People paid a lot for them and the first thing to do is break even. They will only mine bte for fun/attack. Raising difficulty so gpu miners can't mine. We must merged mine so asics can mine both btc and bte at the same time and keep it stable. Right now we don't even have blocks, that means you can't even send a transaction.

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