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January 17, 2011, 09:27:37 PM
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This is great!  The bitcoin community needed one and someone delivered. :-)
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January 29, 2011, 02:02:59 AM
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Does the payment, after I've released it from ClearCoin escrow, show the bitcoin address from my wallet as the origin?  Or does ClearCoin simply send from its wallet balance and thus there's no direct link between my address when I sent the funds to escrow and the payment after it was released from escrow?

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January 29, 2011, 02:14:43 AM
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gavinandresen used it to send payment to me. I am not sure if that count.

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January 29, 2011, 02:57:00 AM
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Does the payment, after I've released it from ClearCoin escrow, show the bitcoin address from my wallet as the origin?  Or does ClearCoin simply send from its wallet balance and thus there's no direct link between my address when I sent the funds to escrow and the payment after it was released from escrow?

It sends it from the ClearCoin wallet.  It doesn't do anything special to try to 'mix' coins, though, so if you send ClearCoin exactly 11 bitcoins and then release exactly 11 it is pretty likely the transaction history would be easy to figure out.

Which reminds me... I released a new version of ClearCoin this week that lets you release an arbitrary amount.  So if you wanted to pay somebody 11 bitcoins but make it hard to figure out where the payment came from by looking at the transaction histories you could:

Fund the escrow account with, oh, I don't know, 20 bitcoins.
Release 11.
Let the escrow expire, and you'll be sent the leftover 9.

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February 09, 2011, 03:47:57 PM
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Cool, ClearCoin in Polish.
  http://clearcoin.appspot.com/pl

Any other languages that are (or will be) supported?

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May 26, 2011, 01:24:33 PM
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Clearcoin has failed to release my money to me.  The seller released funds, the release date came and went, still nothing.  No update to status page, still claiming I'll get my funds on the 25th.  It's the 26th

My email was answered - "I'm on vacation in France, and will be checking email less frequently.".....great
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June 22, 2011, 09:48:18 PM
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Clearcoin has failed to release my money to me.  The seller released funds, the release date came and went, still nothing.  No update to status page, still claiming I'll get my funds on the 25th.  It's the 26th

My email was answered - "I'm on vacation in France, and will be checking email less frequently.".....great

Hey was this ever resolved?

Quick question. Gavin, I noticed you said there was no arbitration. I'm about to do a huge trade with someone who wants to use clearcoin. I'll be selling Western Union $ for BTC. If I send you a copy of the WU receipt (or the original if it comes down to it) will you make a decision that the WU was received and release the BTC to me or the most you can do is hold the BTC for 1 year if the BTC seller disappears.

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