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Author Topic: SPAM OR FUD GOING ON IN TRC? DEV BREAKS COVER Admits FUD, BTCe involvement?  (Read 2870 times)
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April 14, 2013, 01:21:36 PM
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Just the opposite. Someone is accumulating a ton of TRC with a small investment in hashing power.

Read through this thread and you will see it's more than someone just trying to accumulate lots of TRC: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167493.20



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He didn't adopt Sunny's PPCoin because then TRC would have nothing unique about it. TRC's difficulty adjustment was the only thing that separated it from Bitcoin, Litecoin and PPCoin.

PPC is way more different that just a re-targeting system




Where do I imply there is no difference between PPC and TRC than just a re-targeting system? If that's what you read it as, that wasn't my intention! I was trying to say the difficulty adjustment is the only 'original' aspect of TRC. Faster transactions are already in Litecoin which is more established. If TRC adopted PPCoin's difficulty adjustment it would have nothing original or 'worthwhile' to it's concept. A bunch of people wouldn't care about this but I suspect the developer did care.

Keep thinking the dev got hacked if you want. I really doubt that is the case, it will be 24 hours soon since his last email. maybe I am wrong time will tell..

no also block payout is much less so longer term mine but more coins as well eventually like the naiver stokes equations suggest boundary condition are everything, and the parameters of the coins, pay out rate, block frequency number of coins make a massive difference to the take up

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April 15, 2013, 01:08:32 PM
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I still do not understand if there will be any way to get my coins out of terrawallet? If terrawallet generated TRC address for me to deposit then it also had to generate corresponding private key for this address. Can I have this private key?

My question stands. Will there be any way to get TRC back? I now understand the thing with private key. But crazy_rabbit, you can surely look at TRCchain transactions/depostits/database about which coins were on orphaned fork (not your fault that such tx are reversed) and which were deposited or withdrawn correctly (and those you should give access to, pay or compensate).
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April 15, 2013, 05:23:45 PM
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so should i install the latest client and start mining or no???

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