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Author Topic: 【ANN】【PIRL】【PoW ETH Masternode Asic Resistant】 ►► NO PREMINE - NO ICO ◀◀  (Read 98595 times)
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March 30, 2018, 04:33:10 PM
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PIRL devs, you network has a serious bug, and it was there since the network launched. Just surprised that no one discovered this before or are you hiding the truth to all investors?
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March 30, 2018, 09:44:01 PM
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PIRL devs, you network has a serious bug, and it was there since the network launched. Just surprised that no one discovered this before or are you hiding the truth to all investors?

some more details  Shocked Shocked Huh Huh Shocked Shocked

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March 30, 2018, 09:55:10 PM
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few months ago news about this coin should take it to the moon (maybe not moon but new highst for sure), unfortunetly bears still rules on the market so we have to be patient.... and hope that now we have time to keep hodling and collect more coins...... Wink

Yea don't worry
In bear conditions, good coins will also suffer.
There is some signals for a rally for the overall market conditions
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March 31, 2018, 03:26:05 AM
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Okay. Here's the bug detail: your network contains the 72 millions premine from the original Ethereum blockchain. You can confirm the bug in many ways.

Look into the Ethereum premine addresses. For example, the EthDev premine address 0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9 which contains 12 million coins on both blockchain.

EGEM: https://explorer.egem.io/addr/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9
PIRL: https://poseidon.pirl.io/explorer/address/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9/

Now have fun.
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March 31, 2018, 12:41:54 PM
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Okay. Here's the bug detail: your network contains the 72 millions premine from the original Ethereum blockchain. You can confirm the bug in many ways.

Look into the Ethereum premine addresses. For example, the EthDev premine address 0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9 which contains 12 million coins on both blockchain.

EGEM: https://explorer.egem.io/addr/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9
PIRL: https://poseidon.pirl.io/explorer/address/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9/

Now have fun.

hmmm..... any comments??? maybe devs?Huh

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March 31, 2018, 01:01:57 PM
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Okay. Here's the bug detail: your network contains the 72 millions premine from the original Ethereum blockchain. You can confirm the bug in many ways.

Look into the Ethereum premine addresses. For example, the EthDev premine address 0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9 which contains 12 million coins on both blockchain.

EGEM: https://explorer.egem.io/addr/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9
PIRL: https://poseidon.pirl.io/explorer/address/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9/

Now have fun.

hmmm..... any comments??? maybe devs?Huh

let's see what answer we will get.

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March 31, 2018, 04:28:54 PM
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if Max Supply is 156,306,732 PIRL 72,000,000 is almost 50% of that amount...... (or maybe in that case total suply gonna be 228,000,000)

anyway hope they will give an answer soon....


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March 31, 2018, 06:37:35 PM
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one more thing i'm making another post becouse it has nothing common with previous one

I've just read about ethash ASISC

https://www.ccn.com/bitmain-has-developed-an-ethereum-asic-miner-wall-street-analyst-claims/

PIRL is named by devs as ASICS resistant but if this news is true (probably is) shouldn't GPU miners be worry??

Or maybe like XMR ETN and in future ETH we should expect fork in near future???

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April 01, 2018, 05:45:50 PM
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Hey! good project. I appreciate very much that you’ve already developed your platform.

Good news everyone! The PIRL dApp Incubator Contest has been extended to allow extra submissions!!!!! Check out our blog post and submit your dApp!

https://pirl.io/blog/pirl-sharks-projects-incubator-program/
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April 02, 2018, 12:19:54 PM
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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone was having wallet problems, I placed a withdrawal from Kucoin 7 hours ago and it never made it to my wallet. Is there a way to check to see if it is stuck?

thx
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April 02, 2018, 05:30:42 PM
Last edit: April 03, 2018, 11:16:52 AM by cryptovigi
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one more thing i'm making another post becouse it has nothing common with previous one

I've just read about ethash ASISC

https://www.ccn.com/bitmain-has-developed-an-ethereum-asic-miner-wall-street-analyst-claims/

PIRL is named by devs as ASICS resistant but if this news is true (probably is) shouldn't GPU miners be worry??

Or maybe like XMR ETN and in future ETH we should expect fork in near future???

just found something....
https://pirl.io/blog/thoughts-news-ethereum-asic-miners/

there's sth i don't  understand - in linked statement the're saying:

"In conclusion, we welcome the addition of these new machines as we do not believe they will harm the current miners for the reasons outlined above. We believe that the introduction of these machines will allow miners to increase their hashing power, it will add new miners, and will relieve some of the GPU inventory difficulties - which are all beneficial to the PIRL mining community."

how does it corresponds to main page of the pirl project? The very first statement about pirl:

"What is Pirl ?
Pirl is the first Ethash based Masternode Crypto, inspired by the Ethereum project. Pirl is ASIC resistant, built on an entirely new chain..."


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April 02, 2018, 06:09:08 PM
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Anyone mining this with 1080TI's? I am interested of average hashrate and earnings on this one....
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April 02, 2018, 06:16:51 PM
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Okay. Here's the bug detail: your network contains the 72 millions premine from the original Ethereum blockchain. You can confirm the bug in many ways.

Look into the Ethereum premine addresses. For example, the EthDev premine address 0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9 which contains 12 million coins on both blockchain.

EGEM: https://explorer.egem.io/addr/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9
PIRL: https://poseidon.pirl.io/explorer/address/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9/

Now have fun.

Definitely interesting at the very least since on their website they claim to be "built on an entirely new chain".

Assuming PIRL is built on an early version of ETH (or perhaps the ETH genesis?), isn't this a windfall for the ETH developers who hold the private keys for these addresses?

This issue needs to be publicly addressed by the dev team.
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April 02, 2018, 11:39:07 PM
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anyone has contact to devs???

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April 03, 2018, 02:45:59 AM
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Okay. Here's the bug detail: your network contains the 72 millions premine from the original Ethereum blockchain. You can confirm the bug in many ways.

Look into the Ethereum premine addresses. For example, the EthDev premine address 0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9 which contains 12 million coins on both blockchain.

EGEM: https://explorer.egem.io/addr/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9
PIRL: https://poseidon.pirl.io/explorer/address/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9/

Now have fun.

https://pirl.io/blog/thoughts-news-ethereum-asic-miners/

So the no premine, ASIC resistant coin has a premine and is welcoming ASICs. Sold all my PIRL.

Someone make an ETH like coin with masternodes, attempt at some privacy features, and better ASIC resistance.

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April 03, 2018, 07:02:16 AM
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https://pirl.io/blog/thoughts-news-ethereum-asic-miners/

So the no premine, ASIC resistant coin has a premine and is welcoming ASICs. Sold all my PIRL.

Someone make an ETH like coin with masternodes, attempt at some privacy features, and better ASIC resistance.

my hope didn't die yet still waiting.... for some explanations... but not as hopeful as I was few days ago....

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April 03, 2018, 07:23:23 AM
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i wrote to PIRL as Public Relations Manager about mentioned issues...
(by the way their manager has sceleton mask on his face... not sure what to think about it....)
let's wait.....

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April 03, 2018, 07:36:54 AM
Last edit: April 03, 2018, 08:22:45 AM by cryptovigi
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that's joke.... look what has he written

"While I no longer have a Bitcointalk forum account, I will glady address these issues on twitter"

so we have official thread where Public Relation Manager of Pirl has no access!!!! Shocked Shocked Shocked

ok there's some info from twitter:

"There was a bug discovered that contained an Ethereum premine that affected $PIRL since Pirl has it's genesis with the Eth chain. The Pirl Devs have already created a softfork fix that will reset the balance of the premine address to 0."


this could get firs issue done but someone with it knowledge should keep an eye on it.....

about ASICs:

"There is absolutley ZERO verifiable proof that the ethash ASICs are even real. The Pirl Team doesn't make it policy to comment on wild speculation and therefore we have nothing to say about an algo change AT THIS TIME"

second one isn't so obvious especialy in comparison with PIRL's website..... but we'll see

below you have whole tweets

https://twitter.com/Socal_crypto/status/981070820893167616


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April 03, 2018, 08:25:07 AM
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that's joke.... look what has he written

"While I no longer have a Bitcointalk forum account, I will glady address these issues on twitter"

so we have official thread where Public Relation Manager of Pirl has no access!!!! Shocked Shocked Shocked

lol he's busy selling all his pirl before this guy sells his 12 million pirl and the asic miners start mining

https://poseidon.pirl.io/explorer/address/0x5abfec25f74cd88437631a7731906932776356f9/

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April 03, 2018, 10:02:23 AM
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hy !

so first of all.....the 12 or 11 million pirl in that wallet are so real like a dinosaur.
its an artifact and i am (and i think most of the pirl community will agree) pretty sure about this, that this issue will be soon history.
there were some troll users which called it premine.....at this point i have to say.....pirl had no premine and these 11 million coins are an artifact comming from another issue.
even egem got it.....so its unfair to call it premine or assume that there was a premine.
furthermore there is no movement on that wallet and there will not be a movement.

i know pirl since the beginning and they never let the community down.
they are testing a solution at the moment and i am pretty sure that they will be sucessful.

so relax people and just visit their discord and speak to them.


for the asic topic.
i saw this question now multiple times in different chats, forums and so on.
from my point of view i totally support the statements of the pirl staff.
as long as there are not buyable, fully functional and reliable "asic" miners  on the market for eth coins its a rumour.
these ongoing speculations are really annoying.
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