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June 07, 2013, 04:18:02 AM
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it is finished: http://megs4u.tk

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also i've noticed a small issue with the client.

it seems to hijack my cpu randomly. all of a sudden my cpu will hit 100 percent as evidenced by the cpu/ram indicator widget i have installed. it seems you have purposely created this program to selectively mine when necessary. this is discouraging.

Hi r3wt,

What is the model of your CPU? If its only 1-2 core it might do this occasionally when verifying transactions. You can private message me the end parts of your debug.log next time if it happens again and your CPU is fast. No programmer would logically code something to openly steal CPU cycles to mine a GPU coin when he could easily do plenty of undetectable things if he was chaotic evil. An inexperienced coder might though.

Great job on the faucet btw. Bounty is coming your way! Cheesy
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June 07, 2013, 04:20:35 AM
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it is finished: http://megs4u.tk

MAMeFh5obTAys9y9MANU8KDeaAs56eZKCa

also i've noticed a small issue with the client.

it seems to hijack my cpu randomly. all of a sudden my cpu will hit 100 percent as evidenced by the cpu/ram indicator widget i have installed. it seems you have purposely created this program to selectively mine when necessary. this is discouraging.

Hi r3wt,

What is the model of your CPU? If its only 1-2 core it might do this occasionally when verifying transactions. You can private message me the end parts of your debug.log next time if it happens again and your CPU is fast. No programmer would logically code something to openly steal CPU cycles to mine a GPU coin when he could easily do plenty of undetectable things if he was chaotic evil. An inexperienced coder might though.

Great job on the faucet btw. Bounty is coming your way! Cheesy
There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

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June 07, 2013, 04:45:41 AM
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There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

You are no longer a human. You are a troll. You do not like beautiful women, you like trolls. You however, are the loser of trolls, so even female trolls look away. No female can be as frustrated as you.

The source was released a while back. If I were Tr hazard, a nice touch would be to add secret code to make any coin with the word shit in it crash. So that way when I copy shit, all my shit eventually crashes and eventually my shitty existence ends. Go ahead.

You are not worth my time any longer. Reincarnate yourself whatever that may be.
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June 07, 2013, 04:47:28 AM
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There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

You are no longer a human. You are a troll. You do not like beautiful women, you like trolls. You however, are the loser of trolls, so even female trolls look away. No female can be as frustrated as you.

The source was released a while back. If I were Tr hazard, a nice touch would be to add secret code to make any coin with the word shit in it crash. So that way when I copy shit, all my shit eventually crashes and eventually my shitty existence ends. Go ahead.

You are not worth my time any longer. Reincarnate yourself whatever that may be.


you know i really enjoyed this post. I trust you for now. Just dont go screwing us over like the GLDcoin guy did..

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June 07, 2013, 04:49:20 AM
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There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

You are no longer a human. You are a troll. You do not like beautiful women, you like trolls. You however, are the loser of trolls, so even female trolls look away. No female can be as frustrated as you.

The source was released a while back. If I were Tr hazard, a nice touch would be to add secret code to make any coin with the word shit in it crash. So that way when I copy shit, all my shit eventually crashes and eventually my shitty existence ends. Go ahead.

You are not worth my time any longer. Reincarnate yourself whatever that may be.


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June 07, 2013, 04:50:19 AM
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There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

You are no longer a human. You are a troll. You do not like beautiful women, you like trolls. You however, are the loser of trolls, so even female trolls look away. No female can be as frustrated as you.

The source was released a while back. If I were Tr hazard, a nice touch would be to add secret code to make any coin with the word shit in it crash. So that way when I copy shit, all my shit eventually crashes and eventually my shitty existence ends. Go ahead.

You are not worth my time any longer. Reincarnate yourself whatever that may be.



*pokes the bear

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June 07, 2013, 05:20:44 AM
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it is finished: http://megs4u.tk

MAMeFh5obTAys9y9MANU8KDeaAs56eZKCa

also i've noticed a small issue with the client.

it seems to hijack my cpu randomly. all of a sudden my cpu will hit 100 percent as evidenced by the cpu/ram indicator widget i have installed. it seems you have purposely created this program to selectively mine when necessary. this is discouraging.

Hi r3wt,

What is the model of your CPU? If its only 1-2 core it might do this occasionally when verifying transactions. You can private message me the end parts of your debug.log next time if it happens again and your CPU is fast. No programmer would logically code something to openly steal CPU cycles to mine a GPU coin when he could easily do plenty of undetectable things if he was chaotic evil. An inexperienced coder might though.

Great job on the faucet btw. Bounty is coming your way! Cheesy
There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

Link to source in OP doesn't work?

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June 07, 2013, 05:58:05 PM
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so whats going on with this coin?
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June 07, 2013, 06:13:48 PM
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it is finished: http://megs4u.tk

MAMeFh5obTAys9y9MANU8KDeaAs56eZKCa

also i've noticed a small issue with the client.

it seems to hijack my cpu randomly. all of a sudden my cpu will hit 100 percent as evidenced by the cpu/ram indicator widget i have installed. it seems you have purposely created this program to selectively mine when necessary. this is discouraging.

Hi r3wt,

What is the model of your CPU? If its only 1-2 core it might do this occasionally when verifying transactions. You can private message me the end parts of your debug.log next time if it happens again and your CPU is fast. No programmer would logically code something to openly steal CPU cycles to mine a GPU coin when he could easily do plenty of undetectable things if he was chaotic evil. An inexperienced coder might though.

Great job on the faucet btw. Bounty is coming your way! Cheesy
There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

Agree with Hazard

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June 07, 2013, 08:50:59 PM
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it is finished: http://megs4u.tk

MAMeFh5obTAys9y9MANU8KDeaAs56eZKCa

also i've noticed a small issue with the client.

it seems to hijack my cpu randomly. all of a sudden my cpu will hit 100 percent as evidenced by the cpu/ram indicator widget i have installed. it seems you have purposely created this program to selectively mine when necessary. this is discouraging.

Hi r3wt,

What is the model of your CPU? If its only 1-2 core it might do this occasionally when verifying transactions. You can private message me the end parts of your debug.log next time if it happens again and your CPU is fast. No programmer would logically code something to openly steal CPU cycles to mine a GPU coin when he could easily do plenty of undetectable things if he was chaotic evil. An inexperienced coder might though.

Great job on the faucet btw. Bounty is coming your way! Cheesy
There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

Agree with Hazard

you're just one of his socks.

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June 07, 2013, 08:56:37 PM
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All I can think of is Unreal tournament... MEGA KILL!!!! (so next would be Monstercoin followed by godcoin)
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June 08, 2013, 12:00:59 PM
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I heard this might be getting onto cryptsy
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June 08, 2013, 12:02:13 PM
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I heard this might be getting onto cryptsy

lol. its been mentioned in the chat. no official announcement so i don't know of the validity of that claim

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June 08, 2013, 12:02:56 PM
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I heard this might be getting onto cryptsy

lol. its been mentioned in the chat. no official announcement so i don't know of the validity of that claim

I really hope so
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June 08, 2013, 12:03:40 PM
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I heard this might be getting onto cryptsy

lol. its been mentioned in the chat. no official announcement so i don't know of the validity of that claim

I really hope so

yeah. i like this coin too. but it appears that everyone has all but forgotten about this coin.

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June 08, 2013, 12:05:47 PM
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I heard this might be getting onto cryptsy

lol. its been mentioned in the chat. no official announcement so i don't know of the validity of that claim

I really hope so

yeah. i like this coin too. but it appears that everyone has all but forgotten about this coin.

we need more people showing megacoin attention!
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June 08, 2013, 01:30:04 PM
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it is finished: http://megs4u.tk

MAMeFh5obTAys9y9MANU8KDeaAs56eZKCa

also i've noticed a small issue with the client.

it seems to hijack my cpu randomly. all of a sudden my cpu will hit 100 percent as evidenced by the cpu/ram indicator widget i have installed. it seems you have purposely created this program to selectively mine when necessary. this is discouraging.

Hi r3wt,

What is the model of your CPU? If its only 1-2 core it might do this occasionally when verifying transactions. You can private message me the end parts of your debug.log next time if it happens again and your CPU is fast. No programmer would logically code something to openly steal CPU cycles to mine a GPU coin when he could easily do plenty of undetectable things if he was chaotic evil. An inexperienced coder might though.

Great job on the faucet btw. Bounty is coming your way! Cheesy
There is NOTHING in the original bitcoin code that would cause behavior like this. Whatever shit you have put in there, this is malicious and intentional.

I wonder why you refuse to release your source? Suddenly, everything makes sense...

Agree with Hazard

to quote https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=228554.msg2406953#msg2406953

"...built in ability to confirm transactions on your machine if nodes are unavailable to confirm. This feature kind of scared me at first when i discovered it, i thought the program had highjacked my machine."

I personally don't run it.
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June 08, 2013, 03:13:43 PM
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megacoin is thriving, come join the mining while the difficulty is low  Grin
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June 08, 2013, 03:27:26 PM
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anyone else see megacoin all of a sudden following the litecoin blockchain?



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June 08, 2013, 03:28:40 PM
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anyone else see megacoin all of a sudden following the litecoin blockchain?

what do you mean?
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