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March 04, 2017, 02:47:01 PM
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half-ass Sherlock usual BS ...

Possible that Time and Toni are brothers/twins?

Yes does not look like it's the same person, different hair color and face, possibly siblings.

But the point is the trolls are trying to make such small details seem like a big deal, it means they don't have anything solid.

Looks like that troll forgot to take his meds again today!

Let's try the comparison again, but this time sans the pictures:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/time-markov-6403874/

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Education

 Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Degree Name Postgraduate Field Of Study Embedded systems
Dates attended or expected graduation 2008 – 2010
PIC, ARM, DSP

Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje, Postgraduate
 Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Degree Name Bachelor's degree Field Of Study Computer Techniques, Informatics and Automation
Dates attended or expected graduation 2002 – 2007

https://www.linkedin.com/in/toni-markov-a7314a52/

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University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
Degree Name Master's degree Field Of Study Embedded Systems
Dates attended or expected graduation 2008 – 2010

University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
Degree Name Bachelor's degree Field Of Study Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Automation Grade 8,5
Dates attended or expected graduation 2002 – 2007

Is that solid enough for you, cocksuckeroverflow?

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Software engineer with about 8 years professional experience with C/C++ Qt and QML (Qt3, Qt4 and Qt5).
Work experience on a projects which include QML as a UI part of the applications.
Worked on large and critical software in automotive industry.
Experienced with all stages of software development process: analyzing of requirements, creation of design documents, estimations, unit testing, system testing (integration testing), deployment.

Specialties

C/C++, Qt, QML, Software Architecture and Design

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High level of knowledge in programming languages: C++; JAVA; C#, QML, Embedded C, XML/XSL, HTML, Python Script, Ant Script, UML;

More then 5 years professional experience with C/C++ and Qt framework Qt (Qt3.3, Qt4.8, QML, QtWebKit) worked on large and critical software in automotive industry.

Experienced with all stages of software development process: analyzing of requirements, creation of design documents, estimations, unit testing, system testing (integration testing), deployment.

Working experience in follow database: My SQL, MS SQL

Working experience with the programming packages and frameworks: Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Eclipse, Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0, QT framework, ACE framework, .Net Framework, IBM Rational Rose , IAR Embedded Workbench, MPLAB IDE, different types of source control software.

Experience with different network and OS architectures

Programming and debugging on follow embedded systems: Microchip PIC, ARM 7 processor, Freescale DSP.

what you want to say ?  Shocked
maybe they are brothers.
please do more research for us to see if they are just brothers?
thank you gleb, you did a great work.  Grin 
the more you post, the less i will invest into this problem project.

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March 04, 2017, 02:51:15 PM
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do not post some shits no one can understand.
Also pls talk more about the technology.

who is take care of this thread now?

what's the difference of Qtum and Ethereum?

after the long reading, it's seems Qtum just copy everything from Ethereum?

pls explain it dev!

some newbie account?

Qtum is different from Ethereum, use your brain and do more research before you post.





what's wrong with newbie account? you were a newbie account earlier.

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The bloody truth!

I was also very interested in this project according to the social media. However, I can only find the truth here.
It looks like a total scam designing for cheat Chinese richy fools.



5000 Chinese people will buy this coin.  Grin

Let them do, there is always something good that is going to come up and more exciting than Qtum. I was happy carrying the Signature during their campaign and even tried to convinced some of my friends new to crypto to do so, but with the new revelation about the team, I will let this pass.

there is always something good that is going to come up and more exciting than Qtum

tell me which project?i will invest.

The good project that makes you rich or a good ROI is only once per year as I see it and Qtum would have been the one of 2017. But all these allegations and no communication by the team leaves you to doubt them. Unfortuately there is no project I noticed yet. If you know, say it out loud so we can benefit too

tell me which one, i will use my credit card to buy

thank you.



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Qtum Technical Introduction and Demonstration

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSK_FNpzyYk


Description: "In this video Jordan Earls, the lead developer of the Qtum project, gives an introduction to the technologies present in Qtum, and then shows two demonstrations of this technology in action. First a demo is presented of an Android application interacting with a multi-party smart contract through the SPV protocol. Afterwards, another demo is presented showing the deployment of a contract to the Qtum blockchain using the unmodified browser-solidity compiler.

Find out more information about the Qtum project at http://qtum.org"


how is the Qtum technology? any comments on this demo video?

is it good or shit?

thank you

It looks good, but I would like to see more feedback.
nice to see another newbie account.
how old are you?  Cheesy

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March 04, 2017, 03:17:08 PM
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do not post some shits no one can understand.
Also pls talk more about the technology.

who is take care of this thread now?

what's the difference of Qtum and Ethereum?

after the long reading, it's seems Qtum just copy everything from Ethereum?

pls explain it dev!

some newbie account?

Qtum is different from Ethereum, use your brain and do more research before you post.





what's wrong with newbie account? you were a newbie account earlier.


so you like XEL ? maybe let's go back to XEL thread.
i will teach you something about XEL.

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Angel Backer Team


  Anthony Di Iorio

Ethereum Founder
CEO at JAXX Wallet

  Bo Shen

Advocate/Advisor at FenBuShi Capital


  David Lee Kuo Chen

Founder of Left Coast, Libai
and Dlee Capital Management

  Jehan Chu

Jen Advisors
Ethereum Hong Kong Meetup

  Jeremy Gardner

Cofounder of Augur
EIR at Blockchain Capital

  Lihua Yi

Partner at ZhongWo Investment


 Qingzhong Gao


Director of HuaWei Strategic Cooperation


 Roger Ver


First Major Investor in Bitcoin Startups


 Weixing Chen


Billionaire founder of KuaiDi


 Xiolai Li


Chinese Angel Investor


 Xu Star


CEO at OKcoin


why roger ver and Xu star both invest into Qtum?
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Response to the Recent Attacks Against The Qtum Project:
via Slack - qtum-brett:
 
Many people following this thread may have noticed there have been attempts to discredit the Qtum project.  One needs only to look at the tactics being employed. There is a term used commonly on this forum called: “FUD”, which Wikipedia.org describes as:

“Fear, uncertainty and doubt (often shortened to FUD) is a disinformation strategy used in sales, marketing,public relations,talk radio, politics, religious organizations, and propaganda. FUD is generally a strategy to influence perception by disseminating negative and dubious or false information and a manifestation of the appeal to fear.”

What we are seeing right now is exactly this, an attempt to undermine, call into question, create evidence, and in essence: “Fud the project”. Most veteran readers of this forum are familiar with this.  The issue that legitimate projects face is by simply responding, the bar is lowered and it drags the project into the depths of internet trolling. By remaining anonymous, an accuser can simply post whatever they want as bait, regardless of of whether it’s false ortaken completely out of context. This does not mean we are hiding or afraid to post on our own channels, it means that we will not fuel attacks by giving them attention.

The Qtum project is a vast undertaking.  Over the next 2 weeks as we lead up to the token sale, there will be a lot of content released that shows how we were able to raise $1 million in Angel backing and gather so much positive attention in the press.  Please note that as source code starts to be released, and other content is presented, the attacks will persist.  Please also remember that this is not the only big project that has experienced this and went onto become very successful.

These attacks have fallen completely flat on the Chinese community, as they recognize “Fud” for what it is, and they pay little attention to western channels like Bitcointalk. Qtum’s amazing team of Angel Backers have all experienced this type of behavior in the blockchain space, and none of these attacks affect their view of the project. Note that attempts to call into question their mere existence failed, and tactics were changed to attack the actual team members individually.

Our partnership with PwC remains firm, and legitimate concerns about the project (like how the funds will be handled,exchanges, token distribution, when the test network is released, etc) will be addressed.  Right now the focus is on building the community, releasing content, press articles, and of course, the source code.

Very soon there will be a great opportunity to judge the project based on its accomplishments, above and beyond raising money and press attention.  We ask that anyone affected by these attacks to take a sober second look at the project, and make their own informed decisions.Sincerely,The Qtum TeamMarch 3rd, 2017
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half-ass Sherlock usual BS ...

Possible that Time and Toni are brothers/twins?

Yes does not look like it's the same person, different hair color and face, possibly siblings.

But the point is the trolls are trying to make such small details seem like a big deal, it means they don't have anything solid.

Looks like that troll forgot to take his meds again today!

Let's try the comparison again, but this time sans the pictures:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/time-markov-6403874/

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hi Gleb

 Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Degree Name Postgraduate Field Of Study Embedded systems
Dates attended or expected graduation 2008 – 2010
PIC, ARM, DSP

Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje, Postgraduate
 Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Degree Name Bachelor's degree Field Of Study Computer Techniques, Informatics and Automation
Dates attended or expected graduation 2002 – 2007

https://www.linkedin.com/in/toni-markov-a7314a52/

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University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
Degree Name Master's degree Field Of Study Embedded Systems
Dates attended or expected graduation 2008 – 2010

University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
Degree Name Bachelor's degree Field Of Study Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Automation Grade 8,5
Dates attended or expected graduation 2002 – 2007

Is that solid enough for you, cocksuckeroverflow?

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Software engineer with about 8 years professional experience with C/C++ Qt and QML (Qt3, Qt4 and Qt5).
Work experience on a projects which include QML as a UI part of the applications.
Worked on large and critical software in automotive industry.
Experienced with all stages of software development process: analyzing of requirements, creation of design documents, estimations, unit testing, system testing (integration testing), deployment.

Specialties

C/C++, Qt, QML, Software Architecture and Design

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High level of knowledge in programming languages: C++; JAVA; C#, QML, Embedded C, XML/XSL, HTML, Python Script, Ant Script, UML;

More then 5 years professional experience with C/C++ and Qt framework Qt (Qt3.3, Qt4.8, QML, QtWebKit) worked on large and critical software in automotive industry.

Experienced with all stages of software development process: analyzing of requirements, creation of design documents, estimations, unit testing, system testing (integration testing), deployment.

Working experience in follow database: My SQL, MS SQL

Working experience with the programming packages and frameworks: Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Eclipse, Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0, QT framework, ACE framework, .Net Framework, IBM Rational Rose , IAR Embedded Workbench, MPLAB IDE, different types of source control software.

Experience with different network and OS architectures

Programming and debugging on follow embedded systems: Microchip PIC, ARM 7 processor, Freescale DSP.

Hi Gleb, can you help do some research on Qtum angel investors? seems they have a good angel investor team, is any of the angel investor is a scammer?

thank you very much

Angel Backer Team


  Anthony Di Iorio

Ethereum Founder
CEO at JAXX Wallet

  Bo Shen

Advocate/Advisor at FenBuShi Capital


  David Lee Kuo Chen

Founder of Left Coast, Libai
and Dlee Capital Management

  Jehan Chu

Jen Advisors
Ethereum Hong Kong Meetup

  Jeremy Gardner

Cofounder of Augur
EIR at Blockchain Capital

  Lihua Yi

Partner at ZhongWo Investment


 Qingzhong Gao


Director of HuaWei Strategic Cooperation


 Roger Ver


First Major Investor in Bitcoin Startups


 Weixing Chen


Billionaire founder of KuaiDi


 Xiolai Li


Chinese Angel Investor


 Xu Star


CEO at OKcoin

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Response to the Recent Attacks Against The Qtum Project:
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Many people following this thread may have noticed there have been attempts to discredit the Qtum project.  One needs only to look at the tactics being employed. There is a term used commonly on this forum called: “FUD”, which Wikipedia.org describes as:

“Fear, uncertainty and doubt (often shortened to FUD) is a disinformation strategy used in sales, marketing,public relations,talk radio, politics, religious organizations, and propaganda. FUD is generally a strategy to influence perception by disseminating negative and dubious or false information and a manifestation of the appeal to fear.”

What we are seeing right now is exactly this, an attempt to undermine, call into question, create evidence, and in essence: “Fud the project”. Most veteran readers of this forum are familiar with this.  The issue that legitimate projects face is by simply responding, the bar is lowered and it drags the project into the depths of internet trolling. By remaining anonymous, an accuser can simply post whatever they want as bait, regardless of of whether it’s false ortaken completely out of context. This does not mean we are hiding or afraid to post on our own channels, it means that we will not fuel attacks by giving them attention.

The Qtum project is a vast undertaking.  Over the next 2 weeks as we lead up to the token sale, there will be a lot of content released that shows how we were able to raise $1 million in Angel backing and gather so much positive attention in the press.  Please note that as source code starts to be released, and other content is presented, the attacks will persist.  Please also remember that this is not the only big project that has experienced this and went onto become very successful.

These attacks have fallen completely flat on the Chinese community, as they recognize “Fud” for what it is, and they pay little attention to western channels like Bitcointalk. Qtum’s amazing team of Angel Backers have all experienced this type of behavior in the blockchain space, and none of these attacks affect their view of the project. Note that attempts to call into question their mere existence failed, and tactics were changed to attack the actual team members individually.

Our partnership with PwC remains firm, and legitimate concerns about the project (like how the funds will be handled,exchanges, token distribution, when the test network is released, etc) will be addressed.  Right now the focus is on building the community, releasing content, press articles, and of course, the source code.

Very soon there will be a great opportunity to judge the project based on its accomplishments, above and beyond raising money and press attention.  We ask that anyone affected by these attacks to take a sober second look at the project, and make their own informed decisions.Sincerely,The Qtum TeamMarch 3rd, 2017

so you know TheByzantineGeneral problems?

are you a developer?

can you tell me the difference of BFT and PBFT ? Smiley

Byzantine Generals Problem and its Applications
Byzantine General Problem
    The Classic Problem
   Each division of Byzantine army are directed its own general
   Generals, some of which are traitors, communicate each other by messengers
   Requirements:
   All loyal generals decide upon the same plan of action
   A small number of traitors cannot cause the loyal generals to adopt a bad plan
   The problem can be restated as:
   All loyal generals receive the same information upon which they will somehow get to the same decision
   The information sent by a loyal general should be used by all the other loyal generals
   The above problem can be reduced into a series of one commanding general and multiple lieutenants problem - Byzantine Generals Problem :
   All loyal lieutenants obey the same order
   If the commanding general is loyal, then every loyal lieutenant obeys the order she sends
Reliability by Majority Voting
    One way to achieve reliability is to have multiple replica of system (or component) and take the majority voting among them
   In order for the majority voting to yield a reliable system, the following two conditions should be satisfied:
   All non-faulty components must use the same input value
   If the input unit is non-faulty, then all non-faulty components use the value it provides as input
Impossibility Results
    No solution exists if less than or equal to 2/3 generals are loyal
A Solution with Oral Messages - No Signature
Oral Message Requirements and their Implications
    A1 - Every message that is sent is delivered correctly
   The failure of communication medium connecting two components is indistinguishable from component failure
   Line failure just adds one more traitor component
   A2 - The receiver of a message knows who sent it
   No switched network is allowed
   The later requirement -- A4 nullifies this constraint
   A3 - The absence of a message can be detected
   Timeout mechanism is needed
Solution
    If less than 1/3 generals are traitors, this problem can be solved
   Algorithm - recursive
   Lieutenants recursively forward orders to all the other lieutenants
   Commander's order = majority (v(c), v(1), v(2), ..., v(n))
   v(i) = majority (v(i), v(i)(2), v(i)(3), ..., v(i)(n)), 1<= i <= n
   v(i)(j) = majority (v(i)(j), v(i)(j)(3), v(i)(j)(4), ...)
   ...
A Solution with Signed Messages
Additional Requirements and their Implications
    A4:
   A loyal general's signature cannot be forged
   Anyone can verify the authenticity of a general's signature
   Implication
   Digital signature is required
Solution
    If at least two generals are loyal, this problem can be solved
   Algorithm - recursive
   Lieutenants recursively augment orders with their signature and forward them to all the other lieutenants
   Each lieutenant maintains a set of orders she has received, i.e., the possible sets are:
   { attack },
   { wait }, or
   { attack, wait }
   Lieutenant takes action according to the value of the set
   { attack, wait } means the commander is a traitor
Missing Communication Paths
    
Network topology or policy could keep a general sending/receiving messages to/from another general
   
This constraint makes Byzantine problem more general
Oral Message
    If the communication graph is 3m-regular and less than or equal to m generals are traitors, this problem can be solved
   k regular set of neighbors of a node p
   the set of all neighbors of p, whose size is k
   for any node not in the set, there exists a disjoint path, not passing through the node p, from a node in the set
   k regular graph - every node has k regular set of neighbors
   Algorithm - extension of oral message
   Lieutenants recursively forward orders to all its k regular neighbors
   Commander's order = majority (v(c), v(1), v(2), ..., v(n))
   v(i) = majority (v(i), v(i)(2), v(i)(3), ..., v(i)(n)), 1<= i <= n
   v(i)(j) = majority (v(i)(j), v(i)(j)(3), v(i)(j)(4), ...)
   ...
Signed Message
    If the subgraph of loyal generals is connected, this problem can be solved

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I will really be surprise if people invest into this, the team is bent on the ICO, just collecting people's fund without clearing all the scam revelations that's been exposed about their team member. I won't be surprise tomorrow to see that the name of the project Qtum is now Quagmire.
It seems that Qtum is a good project, although there are some negative news about team member, but not all of them right? Nothing come from devs team yet? I'm pretty sure that Qtum will be handle so well as so far they keep developing what they have to. However, we have to wait and research the truth whether it will be worth to invest or not.
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The Byzantine Generals' Problem

A number of Byzantine Generals each have a computer and want to attack the King's wi-fi by brute forcing the password, which they've learned is a certain number of characters in length. Once they stimulate the network to generate a packet, they must crack the password within a limited time to break in and erase the logs, lest they be discovered. They only have enough CPU power to crack it fast enough if a majority of them attack at the same time.

They don't particularly care when the attack will be, just that they agree. It has been decided that anyone who feels like it will announce an attack time, which we'll call the "plan", and whatever plan is heard first will be the official plan. The problem is that the network is not instantaneous, and if two generals announce different plans at close to the same time, some may hear one first and others hear the other first.

They use a proof-of-work chain to solve the problem. Once each general receives whatever plan he hears first, he sets his computer to solve a difficult hash-based proof-of-work problem that includes the plan in its hash. The proof-of-work is difficult enough that with all of them working at once, it's expected to take 10 minutes before one of them finds a solution and broadcasts it to the network. Once received, everyone adjusts the hash in their proof-of-work computation to include the first solution, so that when they find the next proof-of-work, it chains after the first one. If anyone was working on a different plan, they switch to this one, because its proof-of-work chain is now longer.

After about two hours, the plan should be hashed by a chain of 12 proofs-of-work. Every general, just by verifying the difficulty of the proof-of-work chain, can estimate how much parallel CPU power per hour was expended on it and see that it must have required the majority of the computers to produce in the allotted time. At the least, most of them had to have seen the plan, since the proof-of-work is proof that they worked on it. If the CPU power exhibited by the proof-of-work is sufficient to crack the password, they can safely attack at the agreed time.

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half-ass Sherlock usual BS ...

Possible that Time and Toni are brothers/twins?

Yes does not look like it's the same person, different hair color and face, possibly siblings.

But the point is the trolls are trying to make such small details seem like a big deal, it means they don't have anything solid.

Looks like that troll forgot to take his meds again today!

Let's try the comparison again, but this time sans the pictures:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/time-markov-6403874/

Quote
Education

 Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Degree Name Postgraduate Field Of Study Embedded systems
Dates attended or expected graduation 2008 – 2010
PIC, ARM, DSP

Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje, Postgraduate
 Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Univerzitet 'Sv. Kiril i Metódij' vo Skopje
Degree Name Bachelor's degree Field Of Study Computer Techniques, Informatics and Automation
Dates attended or expected graduation 2002 – 2007

https://www.linkedin.com/in/toni-markov-a7314a52/

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Education

University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
Degree Name Master's degree Field Of Study Embedded Systems
Dates attended or expected graduation 2008 – 2010

University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje
Degree Name Bachelor's degree Field Of Study Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Automation Grade 8,5
Dates attended or expected graduation 2002 – 2007

Is that solid enough for you, cocksuckeroverflow?

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Software engineer with about 8 years professional experience with C/C++ Qt and QML (Qt3, Qt4 and Qt5).
Work experience on a projects which include QML as a UI part of the applications.
Worked on large and critical software in automotive industry.
Experienced with all stages of software development process: analyzing of requirements, creation of design documents, estimations, unit testing, system testing (integration testing), deployment.

Specialties

C/C++, Qt, QML, Software Architecture and Design

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High level of knowledge in programming languages: C++; JAVA; C#, QML, Embedded C, XML/XSL, HTML, Python Script, Ant Script, UML;

More then 5 years professional experience with C/C++ and Qt framework Qt (Qt3.3, Qt4.8, QML, QtWebKit) worked on large and critical software in automotive industry.

Experienced with all stages of software development process: analyzing of requirements, creation of design documents, estimations, unit testing, system testing (integration testing), deployment.

Working experience in follow database: My SQL, MS SQL

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what you want to say ?  Shocked
maybe they are brothers.
please do more research for us to see if they are just brothers?

thank you gleb, you did a great work.  Grin 
the more you post, the less i will invest into this problem project.


The research is complete. They are not brothers. They attended the same school at exactly the same time and majored in the exact same subjects and have the exact same CV. The ONLY difference is their first names and perhaps their image. Recall, Patrick Dai went by different names as well, AND STILL DOES!
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From the desk of Captain Touché:

Many people following this thread may have noticed there have been attempts to discredit the paid Trolls.  One needs only to look at the tactics being employed. There is a term used commonly on this forum called: “SOCKPUPPETRY”, which Wikipedia.org describes as:

"A sockpuppet is an online identity used for purposes of deception. The term, a reference to the manipulation of a simple hand puppet made from a sock, originally referred to a false identity assumed by a member of an Internet community who spoke to, or about, themselves while pretending to be another person.

The term now includes other misleading uses of online identities, such as those created to praise, defend or support a person or organization, to manipulate public opinion, or to circumvent a suspension or ban from a website. A significant difference between the use of a pseudonym and the creation of a sockpuppet is that the sockpuppet poses as an independent third-party unaffiliated with the puppeteer. Many online communities attempt to block sockpuppets."

Meanwhile, The Qtum and DaiLi Quagmire Circus just signed a giant to the troup. Needless to say, QDQC will now be erecting taller tents when they come to a town near you.

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Why are the Qtum team not addressing the concerns that their founder stole the  200btc & 200m Bitbay's from their ICO money and for the last 2 yrs proceeded to dump it on investers and earning himself another 100btc from his free bitbay coins.
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<this reply is in response to BTCspace's post below the fold in re Vitalik Buterin>

Prior to being dubbed Qtum, it was referred to as Quantum Chain. Vitalik was the first speaker at DevCon2 and weighed in on Patrick Dai's project the next day at Demo Day:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He850TP59SI&feature=youtu.be&t=622




hi Gleb Gamow

can i hire you to make some good trolls man?

i found you are really good at it.  Grin

There is a difference between trolling and exposing scammers who want to steal millions of dollars of money.
Gregory Maxwell: “Vitalik Buterin Ran A Quantum Computer Scam”

http://www.newsbtc.com/2016/08/17/gregory-maxwell-vitalik-buterin-ran-quantum-computer-scam/

Being a public figure in the cryptocurrency world comes with prestige and personal attacks. Vitalik Buterin, the visionary of Ethereum development and coding genius, has been active in the world of technology for quite some time now. Before he even created Ethereum, however, he was working on building a computer program to solve NP-complete problems. Or as some people would like to call it, vaporware.

NP-complete problems are decision problems revolving around computational complexity theory. While the entire explanation of this concept can be found on Wikipedia, it is safe to assume this will one of those concepts that is always subject to substantial debate.

Vitalik Buterin And The Quantum Computer Scam
Interestingly enough, Vitalik Buterin used to be involved in this particular field of expertise before he started working on Ethereum. In fact, he was working on a software tool to address these NP-complete problems in polynomial time. Building such a solution from scratch is both time-consuming and costly, though.

According to an archived post from Gregory Maxwell, Buterin was collecting investments from people to fund the creation of this computer program. However, Maxwell strongly feels this was nothing more than an attempt to fund vaporware. In fact, a post on Qntra refers to his idea for this computer program as “a quantum computer simulation scam”.

Gregory Maxwell explained this vaporware scam as follows:

“Vitalik’s project immediately before Ethereum is that he was collecting investments from people to fund building a computer program to solve NP-complete problems in polynomial time, supposedly by simulating a quantum computer. (Never mind that even real QC aren’t conjectured to be able to do that, nor does ‘simulation’ make any sense; unless BPP == BQP that’s not even possible, and virtually all experts agree the complexity classes are probably not equivalent). He built up a reputation for himself writing tech explainers of other people’s ideas usually without any attribution (until someone complains), making him look like the author.”
And Then Ethereum Was Born
That is a rather interesting take on things. Complex ideas and concepts are difficult to explain, let alone making anyone see the need to address them. Yet for some reason, Buterin felt he had the tools at his disposal to convince people to give him money for this project. It remains unclear as to why he failed in doing so, though.

Regardless of the reasoning, it didn’t take Vitalik Buterin long to come up with a new idea. Ethereum, before it was even released to the public, raised several millions of dollars in investments. To some people, the whole concept of Ethereum is still hit-and-miss, as the code can be exploited in multiple ways. The DAO attack and replay attacks are just two of the examples.

That being said, no one is saying Ethereum is vaporware. Interesting concepts can be built on top of this source code that will change our society as a whole. But this whole ordeal goes to show there is a difference between creating concepts and stealing other’s ideas.
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March 04, 2017, 05:18:35 PM
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Why are the Qtum team not addressing the concerns that their founder stole the  200btc & 200m Bitbay's from their ICO money and for the last 2 yrs proceeded to dump it on investers and earning himself another 100btc from his free bitbay coins.

Because there's now so many elephants in the room at Qtum, they no longer have the time to address only one. The new tactic is to bring in paid sockpuppets to entertain the elephants.


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From the desk of Captain Touché:

Many people following this thread may have noticed there have been attempts to discredit the paid Trolls.  One needs only to look at the tactics being employed. There is a term used commonly on this forum called: “SOCKPUPPETRY”, which Wikipedia.org describes as:

"A sockpuppet is an online identity used for purposes of deception. The term, a reference to the manipulation of a simple hand puppet made from a sock, originally referred to a false identity assumed by a member of an Internet community who spoke to, or about, themselves while pretending to be another person.

The term now includes other misleading uses of online identities, such as those created to praise, defend or support a person or organization, to manipulate public opinion, or to circumvent a suspension or ban from a website. A significant difference between the use of a pseudonym and the creation of a sockpuppet is that the sockpuppet poses as an independent third-party unaffiliated with the puppeteer. Many online communities attempt to block sockpuppets."

Meanwhile, The Qtum and DaiLi Quagmire Circus just signed a giant to the troup. Needless to say, QDQC will now be erecting taller tents when they come to a town near you.


a troll which Wikipedia.org describes as (with minor editing):

In Internet slang, a troll (/ˈtroʊl/, /ˈtrɒl/) is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory,extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a newsgroup, forum, chat room, or blog) with the intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal, on-topic discussion, often for the troll's amusement a wage or salary.
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March 04, 2017, 05:40:57 PM
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While cocksuckeroverflow fantasizes about licking my balls, this: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/what-experts-are-predicting-for-in-bitcoin-and-blockchain-tech-1483481777/

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Anthony Di Iorio, CEO and Founder of Decentral and Jaxx

"I'm predicting new well-led projects emerging that provide improvements and enhancements on Bitcoin and Ethereum infrastructures. Two projects I have my eye on in 2017 are Rootstock out of Argentina and Qtum out of China. I'm also quite optimistic about Zcash, Monero, and Dash."

THAT'S FUCKIN GREAT that an investor in Qtum is able to voice his opinion on the very entity he's vested in in declaring it a force to be reckon with in 2017, failing to disclose his involvement. Not to mention that members of Zcash now make up Qtum.

Here's an investment for you: Buy tickets for the Dog & Pony Show and scalp them at the gate just prior to Games On time.
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I'm awaiting further payment from my handlers prior to posting more. You didn't really think that I did this shit for free, did you? I've been saving all the money I've collected through the years as a professional scam buster for a solid buy-in on an online poker tournament in advancing my professional poker career. Currently, I'm only $0.49 shy of a $0.50 buy-in.




Once again, Leroy Fodor, you (or anybody else on the planet) show definitive proof that I get paid to post and theymos has my permission to ban ALL my accounts on this forum. This offer has been on the table since mid-2015, and to date nary a soul has been able to provide such, let alone attempted to even try, yet you, Leroy Fodor, continue to espouse the falsehood. BTW, I'm still waiting for that lawsuit you promised for calling your daughter a crack whore et al. It's been well over 24 hours, yet here I still is committing a Class 4 Felony in the state of Illinois via bullying the living shit out of you till your non-business, StakeMiners Ponzi, and now RateCoin, is no more. HAHAHA

FWIW, there's nothing in the above that pisses me off. It gives me great pleasure to read that I've contributed to you losing your fuckin' mind, albeit it was already 95% lost when I entered the scene to help you lose the other 5%. HAHAHA
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The Byzantine Generals' Problem

A number of Byzantine Generals each have a computer and want to attack the King's wi-fi by brute forcing the password, which they've learned is a certain number of characters in length. Once they stimulate the network to generate a packet, they must crack the password within a limited time to break in and erase the logs, lest they be discovered. They only have enough CPU power to crack it fast enough if a majority of them attack at the same time.

They don't particularly care when the attack will be, just that they agree. It has been decided that anyone who feels like it will announce an attack time, which we'll call the "plan", and whatever plan is heard first will be the official plan. The problem is that the network is not instantaneous, and if two generals announce different plans at close to the same time, some may hear one first and others hear the other first.

They use a proof-of-work chain to solve the problem. Once each general receives whatever plan he hears first, he sets his computer to solve a difficult hash-based proof-of-work problem that includes the plan in its hash. The proof-of-work is difficult enough that with all of them working at once, it's expected to take 10 minutes before one of them finds a solution and broadcasts it to the network. Once received, everyone adjusts the hash in their proof-of-work computation to include the first solution, so that when they find the next proof-of-work, it chains after the first one. If anyone was working on a different plan, they switch to this one, because its proof-of-work chain is now longer.

After about two hours, the plan should be hashed by a chain of 12 proofs-of-work. Every general, just by verifying the difficulty of the proof-of-work chain, can estimate how much parallel CPU power per hour was expended on it and see that it must have required the majority of the computers to produce in the allotted time. At the least, most of them had to have seen the plan, since the proof-of-work is proof that they worked on it. If the CPU power exhibited by the proof-of-work is sufficient to crack the password, they can safely attack at the agreed time.

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