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May 09, 2013, 11:25:36 PM
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New Windows App for McxNow exchange.
Currently supports Bitcoins, Mincoins, Litecoins and Solidcoins,Devcoins,(Worldcoins added to exchange, implemented into app shortly)

  • Place Orders
  • Use the ChatBox
  • View Account Balances
  • View Orderbook

https://hotfile.com/dl/223034992/e65d77f/McxNow_App-_Minor_Fixes_(3).zip.html

Any suggestions will be considered
Any Donations Welcome:
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p.s. how many people here would be interested in mobile apps?

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May 09, 2013, 11:30:33 PM
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autorun file in that zip, proceed with caution!

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May 09, 2013, 11:32:24 PM
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ofcourse, check it with a virus scanner if you like, everyone on mcxnow was sceptical but scanned it, used it and were happy. Autoruns are not harmful, every software cd you get has an autorun file. js.

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May 09, 2013, 11:35:33 PM
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ofcourse, check it with a virus scanner if you like, everyone on mcxnow was sceptical but scanned it, used it and were happy. Autoruns are not harmful, every software cd you get has an autorun file. js.

You have to understand people are skeptical around here. Anyway, I'll run the program in a VMware and monitor it with Process Monitor. Let's see if it accesses something sketchy (wallet.dat for example).

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May 09, 2013, 11:37:09 PM
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yeah i know, far too sceptical imho.

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May 09, 2013, 11:37:57 PM
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yeah i know, far too sceptical imho.

Not skeptical enough. People are getting hacked left and right.

Edit: If it seems like I'm attacking you personally, I'm not. I'm just giving everyone a fair warning to be careful. Nothing more, nothing less.

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May 09, 2013, 11:40:03 PM
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no worries.

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May 10, 2013, 12:17:31 AM
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Virustotal did not find anything suspicious and process monitor confirmed that it did not touch the wallet.dat file, so it looks like it's safe. Smiley I haven't actually logged in with the application though, since I do not have an account. Regardless of that, I am not responsible if anything happens. Just did some quick tests. I still recommend running new applications in a virtual machine or a sandbox.

Thanks for sharing OP Smiley

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No Problem

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May 10, 2013, 02:03:18 PM
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and why would anyone use an app on windows if it did the same like when u can use the web interface ? sigh..

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May 10, 2013, 02:06:12 PM
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perhaps because it was because a number of people asked for one?

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bump for added poll

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May 10, 2013, 09:29:25 PM
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An Ipod/Iphone app would be great for me but knowing how apple is they probably won't allow it in there store.

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May 10, 2013, 09:32:33 PM
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Mincoins and Solidcoin. Ha ha, yeah the market for trading those coins is HUGE  Roll Eyes
Mincoin is a scam and solidcoin is a dead currency... damn when can I start trading?
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Mincoins and Solidcoin. Ha ha, yeah the market for trading those coins is HUGE  Roll Eyes
Mincoin is a scam and solidcoin is a dead currency... damn when can I start trading?

Yea, SolidCoins are kinda meh.

I can see your concerns with MinCoin. A large portion were mined in the first 3 days, I think it's around 10%. But doesn't Satoshi Nakamoto hold around 10% of all bitcoins in circulation?

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Although Bitcoin users are anonymous in the sense that they aren’t identified by name, their activity is logged in a universal register of Bitcoin activity known as the blockchain. By analyzing public blockchain data, Bitcoin blogger Sergio Demian Lerner discovered someone who has been mining bitcoins—running the software that introduces new bitcoins into the system—since block 1.

In other words, this early miner was involved in creating the very first bitcoins.

While it can’t be proven conclusively that the miner is Nakamoto, Lerner is convinced by the consistent mining patterns, which have stayed the same since Bitcoin’s first block.

And besides, he adds, “this entity is the only entity that has shown complete trust in Bitcoin, since it hasn’t [spent] any coins.”

http://www.dailydot.com/business/satoshi-nakamoto-bitcoin-fortune-100-million/

Yet, Bitcoins are seen as legitimate. Isn't that a little bit of a double standard?

MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap. I'm not trying to push it, just saying it doesn't really look like a 'scamcoin.' SolidCoin is kinda whatever, but I don't think you should lump it in with MinCoin.

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Mincoins and Solidcoin. Ha ha, yeah the market for trading those coins is HUGE  Roll Eyes
Mincoin is a scam and solidcoin is a dead currency... damn when can I start trading?

Yea, SolidCoins are kinda meh.

I can see your concerns with MinCoin. A large portion were mined in the first 3 days, I think it's around 10%. But doesn't Satoshi Nakamoto hold around 10% of all bitcoins in circulation?

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Although Bitcoin users are anonymous in the sense that they aren’t identified by name, their activity is logged in a universal register of Bitcoin activity known as the blockchain. By analyzing public blockchain data, Bitcoin blogger Sergio Demian Lerner discovered someone who has been mining bitcoins—running the software that introduces new bitcoins into the system—since block 1.

In other words, this early miner was involved in creating the very first bitcoins.

While it can’t be proven conclusively that the miner is Nakamoto, Lerner is convinced by the consistent mining patterns, which have stayed the same since Bitcoin’s first block.

And besides, he adds, “this entity is the only entity that has shown complete trust in Bitcoin, since it hasn’t [spent] any coins.”

http://www.dailydot.com/business/satoshi-nakamoto-bitcoin-fortune-100-million/

Yet, Bitcoins are seen as legitimate. Isn't that a little bit of a double standard?

MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap. I'm not trying to push it, just saying it doesn't really look like a 'scamcoin.' SolidCoin is kinda whatever, but I don't think you should lump it in with MinCoin.

"MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap"
So it's innovative because it is the same as Feathercoin, CNC and PPC but with block reward that let a few people mine 25% of coin supply in a few hours.
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May 10, 2013, 10:06:24 PM
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Mincoins and Solidcoin. Ha ha, yeah the market for trading those coins is HUGE  Roll Eyes
Mincoin is a scam and solidcoin is a dead currency... damn when can I start trading?

Yea, SolidCoins are kinda meh.

I can see your concerns with MinCoin. A large portion were mined in the first 3 days, I think it's around 10%. But doesn't Satoshi Nakamoto hold around 10% of all bitcoins in circulation?

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Although Bitcoin users are anonymous in the sense that they aren’t identified by name, their activity is logged in a universal register of Bitcoin activity known as the blockchain. By analyzing public blockchain data, Bitcoin blogger Sergio Demian Lerner discovered someone who has been mining bitcoins—running the software that introduces new bitcoins into the system—since block 1.

In other words, this early miner was involved in creating the very first bitcoins.

While it can’t be proven conclusively that the miner is Nakamoto, Lerner is convinced by the consistent mining patterns, which have stayed the same since Bitcoin’s first block.

And besides, he adds, “this entity is the only entity that has shown complete trust in Bitcoin, since it hasn’t [spent] any coins.”

http://www.dailydot.com/business/satoshi-nakamoto-bitcoin-fortune-100-million/

Yet, Bitcoins are seen as legitimate. Isn't that a little bit of a double standard?

MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap. I'm not trying to push it, just saying it doesn't really look like a 'scamcoin.' SolidCoin is kinda whatever, but I don't think you should lump it in with MinCoin.

"MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap"
So it's innovative because it is the same as Feathercoin, CNC and PPC but with block reward that let a few people mine 25% of coin supply in a few hours.

I think it was more around 10% before the block reward fell to 2. So somewhere in the neighborhood of 1 million. The total lifetime cap of MNC will be 10 million.

I think Feathercoin is capped at 336 million, and Chinacoin at 465 million.

As far as block re-targeting MinCoin is every 1min. Feathercoin is every 2.5 minutes, and Chinacoin every 1 minute.

So, they certainly have some differences, namely being the total cap.

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Mincoins and Solidcoin. Ha ha, yeah the market for trading those coins is HUGE  Roll Eyes
Mincoin is a scam and solidcoin is a dead currency... damn when can I start trading?

Yea, SolidCoins are kinda meh.

I can see your concerns with MinCoin. A large portion were mined in the first 3 days, I think it's around 10%. But doesn't Satoshi Nakamoto hold around 10% of all bitcoins in circulation?

Quote
Although Bitcoin users are anonymous in the sense that they aren’t identified by name, their activity is logged in a universal register of Bitcoin activity known as the blockchain. By analyzing public blockchain data, Bitcoin blogger Sergio Demian Lerner discovered someone who has been mining bitcoins—running the software that introduces new bitcoins into the system—since block 1.

In other words, this early miner was involved in creating the very first bitcoins.

While it can’t be proven conclusively that the miner is Nakamoto, Lerner is convinced by the consistent mining patterns, which have stayed the same since Bitcoin’s first block.

And besides, he adds, “this entity is the only entity that has shown complete trust in Bitcoin, since it hasn’t [spent] any coins.”

http://www.dailydot.com/business/satoshi-nakamoto-bitcoin-fortune-100-million/

Yet, Bitcoins are seen as legitimate. Isn't that a little bit of a double standard?

MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap. I'm not trying to push it, just saying it doesn't really look like a 'scamcoin.' SolidCoin is kinda whatever, but I don't think you should lump it in with MinCoin.

"MinCoin is actually relatively innovative. It has scrypt for its algorithm, very fast transaction times, low market cap"
So it's innovative because it is the same as Feathercoin, CNC and PPC but with block reward that let a few people mine 25% of coin supply in a few hours.

I think it was more around 10% before the block reward fell to 2. So somewhere in the neighborhood of 1 million. The total lifetime cap of MNC will be 10 million.

I think Feathercoin is capped at 336 million, and Chinacoin at 465 million.

As far as block re-targeting MinCoin is every 1min. Feathercoin is every 2.5 minutes, and Chinacoin every 1 minute.

So, they certainly have some differences, namely being the total cap.
The 10mil coin cap is what's keeping it alive and the main reason why I've invested a small amount of btc in it. If it went the China and Feather way of high inflation it would be dead by now.

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May 10, 2013, 10:51:16 PM
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you all gotta admit out of cnc, fnc and mnc. it is the most realistic. Dont take me as biased though i hold some of each coin. FNC and CNC are hyperinflated.

Anyways, if i make an iphone app itll likely just be added to a cydia repo. and for android just an apk released. Dont really have the cash right now to pay for dev accounts.

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Updated with new app

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