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February 24, 2014, 02:04:01 PM
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Gratz on your new exchange site cryptoave, but wow seems the hacking excuse is hitting crypto-trade.com .. I tried to pull my DGC from there to put them on cryptoave and bam!! it's closed.
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February 24, 2014, 07:37:53 PM
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Claim Crypto Ave shares:
http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,868.0.html

Just pasting it here, because I found it by accident and it is relatively important information...

BTC: 13VR6e4XaGGhwq6LMGuFYdQWM5FwVqKSDY
LTC: LWyrhxuxJk8rVnGaUP98xPhVg445Qka1qr
DGC: DNgv3ZYpCwQR8spfgwANc8vAExq7danf7W
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February 24, 2014, 09:00:07 PM
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Is cryptoave affiliated with the NSA ? lol

What will you want to know next ?


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February 25, 2014, 01:59:17 AM
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Is cryptoave affiliated with the NSA ? lol

What will you want to know next ?



Birth date alone does not identify a person. (You also do not need to enter a real one if you just want to trade crypto.)

The phone number is optional for people who want to provide it.

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February 25, 2014, 04:09:04 PM
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Is cryptoave affiliated with the NSA ? lol

What will you want to know next ?



Birth date alone does not identify a person. (You also do not need to enter a real one if you just want to trade crypto.)

The phone number is optional for people who want to provide it.

It just struck me as being odd how something crypto related would ask for that specific info.

Wouldn't a secret/ random question be more appropriate ?

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February 25, 2014, 04:26:23 PM
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Is cryptoave affiliated with the NSA ? lol

What will you want to know next ?



Birth date alone does not identify a person. (You also do not need to enter a real one if you just want to trade crypto.)

The phone number is optional for people who want to provide it.

It just struck me as being odd how something crypto related would ask for that specific info.

Wouldn't a secret/ random question be more appropriate ?

Like baritus said, it's only for trading in USD that you need to add that information (pretty standard info for fiat exchanges)

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February 25, 2014, 05:45:20 PM
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im sure it will be used for 2fa or some other security feature.
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February 25, 2014, 05:49:50 PM
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Is it true that this lovely coin has a difficulty of 18 yet?! The pool i use (http://dgc.cryptopools.com/index.php?page=dashboard) is currently showing that.

I think it's a bit high.. as it was about 8-11 the last days.

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February 25, 2014, 09:14:29 PM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.
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February 25, 2014, 10:50:47 PM
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Is cryptoave affiliated with the NSA ? lol

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Birth date alone does not identify a person. (You also do not need to enter a real one if you just want to trade crypto.)

The phone number is optional for people who want to provide it.

Hi,  will cryptoave be implementing a better way of placing fiat onto the exchange such as paypal or bank account transfers? 
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February 25, 2014, 11:00:19 PM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.

Still have yet to see one.  Really though,  a hard fork to something like vertcoin's algo should be sufficient, although i dont know if it's feasible for dgc.
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February 26, 2014, 01:10:27 AM
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admittedly the jokes come along way, but any exchange that lists doge instantly losses alot of cred in many eye's.

Who said anything about listing doge?

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I thought I first saw it there when I first looked, may have been mistaken.

Yes please if you want this to be successful don't add 100's of crapcoins (or any).

Whats missing is a decent exchange that has enough coins to make a decent trading platform, but isn't flooded with crapcoins for dumping.
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February 26, 2014, 01:40:04 AM
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admittedly the jokes come along way, but any exchange that lists doge instantly losses alot of cred in many eye's.

Who said anything about listing doge?

nobody


I thought I first saw it there when I first looked, may have been mistaken.

Yes please if you want this to be successful don't add 100's of crapcoins (or any).

Whats missing is a decent exchange that has enough coins to make a decent trading platform, but isn't flooded with crapcoins for dumping.

Well Doge is far from a crapcoin, and you guys know this. It has a lot of practical uses, and it is being used. It's got more viability then a lot of other coins.
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February 26, 2014, 03:36:59 AM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.

Still have yet to see one.  Really though,  a hard fork to something like vertcoin's algo should be sufficient, although i dont know if it's feasible for dgc.

How about you take a closer look at this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421921.0

And no, this is not a reason to fork anything or change the coin to some other algo. It will help scrypt coins to secure their networks.
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February 26, 2014, 03:50:54 AM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.

Still have yet to see one.  Really though,  a hard fork to something like vertcoin's algo should be sufficient, although i dont know if it's feasible for dgc.

How about you take a closer look at this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421921.0

And no, this is not a reason to fork anything or change the coin to some other algo. It will help scrypt coins to secure their networks.

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February 26, 2014, 04:01:27 AM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.

Still have yet to see one.  Really though,  a hard fork to something like vertcoin's algo should be sufficient, although i dont know if it's feasible for dgc.

How about you take a closer look at this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421921.0

And no, this is not a reason to fork anything or change the coin to some other algo. It will help scrypt coins to secure their networks.

nope

Gpu mining isn't dead, but you can't stop technological progress. Unless you prefer to walk to your workplace or take the carriage. The driving argument here will simply be that scrypt mining is wasting way too much power using inefficient graphic processors that produce more heat than hashes. Again, if you live in Norway. Otherwise...
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February 26, 2014, 04:06:12 AM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.

Still have yet to see one.  Really though,  a hard fork to something like vertcoin's algo should be sufficient, although i dont know if it's feasible for dgc.

How about you take a closer look at this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421921.0

And no, this is not a reason to fork anything or change the coin to some other algo. It will help scrypt coins to secure their networks.

nope

Gpu mining isn't dead, but you can't stop technological progress. Unless you prefer to walk to your workplace or take the carriage. The driving argument here will simply be that scrypt mining is wasting way too much power using inefficient graphic processors that produce more heat than hashes. Again, if you live in Norway. Otherwise...

The power efficiently is great, I just hope it doesn't turn into bitcoin.   The fact that almost anyone can get into it is what makes scrypt great, and appealing to the average person.   I still dont understand if thats for sale or not, (foreign language etc)
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February 26, 2014, 04:37:39 AM
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With the now available Asics for Scrypt coins, diff 18 is something you will speak of as the good old times in the near future.

Still have yet to see one.  Really though,  a hard fork to something like vertcoin's algo should be sufficient, although i dont know if it's feasible for dgc.

How about you take a closer look at this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421921.0

And no, this is not a reason to fork anything or change the coin to some other algo. It will help scrypt coins to secure their networks.

nope

Gpu mining isn't dead, but you can't stop technological progress. Unless you prefer to walk to your workplace or take the carriage. The driving argument here will simply be that scrypt mining is wasting way too much power using inefficient graphic processors that produce more heat than hashes. Again, if you live in Norway. Otherwise...

The power efficiently is great, I just hope it doesn't turn into bitcoin.   The fact that almost anyone can get into it is what makes scrypt great, and appealing to the average person.   I still dont understand if thats for sale or not, (foreign language etc)

Anyone can still start mining DGC with their own computers, even at halfway competitive levels. But if you want to move it from a hobby to actually earning money, I think you will need to start buying specialized hardware in the future. There will still be the fun of building rigs that look much like computers (but why run an operating system and have a harddrive if webbrowsers and a sd-card will do the same?). As far as mining is considered, it will mean that the coins you have mined earlier with gpus will likely increase in value because it will be much harder to mine new coins. One reason among many to hold your coins and not sell them under value. Other reasons are that even MtGox can't keep Bitcoins to stay as cheap as they are today, so each satoshi will go up in value again. Unless you want to bet against Bitcoin, in which case you should probably get out of crypto altogether. And even for DGC there will be a block reward halving someday.
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February 26, 2014, 12:19:03 PM
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I have sent 5 DGC about 20 hrs ago and transaction seems stuck with 0 confirmations.


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 25/02/2014 16:07
To: Bter deposit DNy9u9qeienYBqSprjip9oRUYuWKGsvb4j
Debit: -5.00 DGC
Net amount: -5.00 DGC
Transaction ID: 9bfdb8e959db7c68ee07de0f944762aa103588311465414e72bd438ecdf92fb9


my wallet version is: v1.0.1.0-g3aaa7ba-beta


I wonder whats going on?
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February 26, 2014, 02:54:34 PM
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I have sent 5 DGC about 20 hrs ago and transaction seems stuck with 0 confirmations.


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 25/02/2014 16:07
To: Bter deposit DNy9u9qeienYBqSprjip9oRUYuWKGsvb4j
Debit: -5.00 DGC
Net amount: -5.00 DGC
Transaction ID: 9bfdb8e959db7c68ee07de0f944762aa103588311465414e72bd438ecdf92fb9


my wallet version is: v1.0.1.0-g3aaa7ba-beta


I wonder whats going on?

It could pretty much be anything. Do you have any more details?


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