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June 20, 2017, 08:08:48 AM
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Seems like work is ongoing, been waiting for a long while and looking forward to see the new Bitcointalk finally replace the old one.

However I am very used to the current software and I'm sure many others are too... Wonder how users will react when things look different.




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October 03, 2017, 05:48:10 PM
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It has a nice view. It's easier to read. But it was not possible to test its functions. I hope it will be possible to use it with a white background.

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October 04, 2017, 04:18:35 PM
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I believe back in 2014/2015 i read that at least  $1,000,000 worth of bitcoins were donated by the community for the development of a new version of Bitcointalk ( can't remember the name of the thread )  and this is the result after all those years and money "invested"  ?

I won't even say anything.

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October 06, 2017, 04:07:37 AM
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It has a nice view. It's easier to read. But it was not possible to test its functions. I hope it will be possible to use it with a white background.

Yes, I would have to say too that a white background would be very nice. I think the dark grey on black is just extremely hard to see as well as use to navigate around. I am really hoping for the forum will be released soon and will be much faster, needless to say stop crashing on us all the time. However theymos' new update has fixed a lot of issues.

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October 11, 2017, 05:28:07 AM
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I have no idea why we need a new forum site, could we login using the same pass and username? though it is still not implemented to worry about. I think the problem is simple the site is full. Am I right?


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October 11, 2017, 12:25:47 PM
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I have no idea why we need a new forum site, could we login using the same pass and username? though it is still not implemented to worry about. I think the problem is simple the site is full. Am I right?

The database will remain the same basically and everything you have including your ranks, PMs, posts etc. will stay. The only thing that will change will be the interface and some new features will come (2FA as an example).

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October 11, 2017, 04:37:30 PM
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The database will remain the same basically and everything you have including your ranks, PMs, posts etc. will stay. The only thing that will change will be the interface and some new features will come (2FA as an example).
Having a 2FA feature would be good especially because there are many cases of accounts being hacked in the forum. Anyway, it's been a while now since you posted this thread, any news about this development?

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October 11, 2017, 06:12:34 PM
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I believe back in 2014/2015 i read that at least  $1,000,000 worth of bitcoins were donated by the community for the development of a new version of Bitcointalk ( can't remember the name of the thread )  and this is the result after all those years and money "invested"  ?

I won't even say anything.



$100,000 a month for four programmers.  :/

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October 11, 2017, 06:18:05 PM
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I believe back in 2014/2015 i read that at least  $1,000,000 worth of bitcoins were donated by the community for the development of a new version of Bitcointalk ( can't remember the name of the thread )  and this is the result after all those years and money "invested"  ?

I won't even say anything.



$100,000 a month for four programmers.  :/

Is that not good?

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October 11, 2017, 06:24:43 PM
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I believe back in 2014/2015 i read that at least  $1,000,000 worth of bitcoins were donated by the community for the development of a new version of Bitcointalk ( can't remember the name of the thread )  and this is the result after all those years and money "invested"  ?

I won't even say anything.



$100,000 a month for four programmers.  :/

Is that not good?

For the programming company, yes.   Wink


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October 13, 2017, 04:01:18 AM
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I believe back in 2014/2015 i read that at least  $1,000,000 worth of bitcoins were donated by the community for the development of a new version of Bitcointalk ( can't remember the name of the thread )  and this is the result after all those years and money "invested"  ?

I won't even say anything.



$100,000 a month for four programmers.  :/

Is that not good?

For the programming company, yes.   Wink



That's a big amount of money in my country you can
buy a house & lot in just a month, that's why I want to be a programmer it is not late though.
I have no idea why we need a new forum site, could we login using the same pass and username? though it is still not implemented to worry about. I think the problem is simple the site is full. Am I right?

The database will remain the same basically and everything you have including your ranks, PMs, posts etc. will stay. The only thing that will change will be the interface and some new features will come (2FA as an example).

Ah so the human verification is one of them, I remember clearly that long time ago the login authentication don't have that security.

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October 13, 2017, 08:27:52 PM
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But seriously @Vod, when can we get an ETA on the new forum being officially released. Its been in the works for many many years now...

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October 15, 2017, 06:37:05 AM
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But seriously @Vod, when can we get an ETA on the new forum being officially released. Its been in the works for many many years now...

You are asking for an ETA on the ETA?  You'll have to ask Theymos.  Smiley

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November 01, 2017, 09:24:31 PM
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Hi guys, maybe you can answer my question.
In the beta version of the forum fit old accounts from here?

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November 16, 2017, 01:52:09 AM
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Hi guys, maybe you can answer my question.
In the beta version of the forum fit old accounts from here?

From what I read it should allow you to use an existing account. So yes to your question.
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