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November 25, 2013, 08:42:53 PM
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Nice jump. Thanks to those of you who dumped to me at 13 satoshis!  Smiley

I dumped quite a few at 13-16, doh! :p

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November 25, 2013, 08:48:07 PM
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I put a list together for another thread asking about various coin's rationales/merchants. Posting below and think it might be handy to have an updated list (including businesses transacting via coinpayments) so please post anything I've missed:

Devcoin

Amazonia Imports: http://btcpipeshop.com
Computer hardware and consumer electronics: http://brownboxtech.net/
Asic Miner DVC Passthrough: https://cryptostocks.com/securities/39
Precious Metals: www.igotspots.com/dvc
Bitcoin PR Buzz: http://bitcoinprbuzz.com
Precious metals/jewelry: http://bitezze.com
Gift cards for Devcoins: http://dvc4giftcards.us
Earn devcoins: www.devtome.com
Work for Crypto (devcoin to be added next): http://workforcrypto.com/
Custom designed bracelets/earrings: www.coinforbling.com
Virtual/Gaming: Galactic Milieu and http://galaxies.mygamesonline.org/digitalisassets.html
Cloud Mining- Bitcoin and merged mined currencies cloud mining trading platform (dvc/btc exchange coming): https://cex.io/
Books: https://andarazoroflove.org/shop/
Collectable reserve notes: www.coinbucks.net
London 2012 collectable Olympic gear: www.247saver.co.uk
Daily Bit daily deals: www.dailybit.net
Survival Supplies: http://wrol.info/survival-gear-bitcoin/
Rapidballs DVC Lotto: http://dvc.rapidballs.eu/
CD Keys, PSN Cards, Xbox Live membership and PC Games: http://www.cryptogamekeys.com/
Visa pre-paid cards: www.visa4crypto.com/
eBooks (adult): www.cryptobooks.com
DVC investment Bond:  https://cryptostocks.com/securities/40
DVB - devda.ch - revenue from development bounties and merged mining: https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14
Cryptocurrency payment checkout portal: www.coinpayments.net/
Crowdfunding trading platform: https://cryptostocks.com
Bounties: Regular dvc payments via Bitcoin share list have supported Bitcoin-Qt, Open Transactions, Abe, P2Pool among others. Bounty now and Future Bounties.
Buy/Sell DVC:
- www.Vircurex.com (inc. interest and tradeable fee shares)
- www.MCXnow.com
- www.Cryptsy.com
- www.Crypto-Trade.com

I think Brown Box Tech might have been missed, I just had a quick look over is all, might be another. I have updated the list of DVC accepting merchants (via coinpayments.net ) on the weekend at http://show-me-the-devcoin.info/spend_devcoin.htm

Wow it's a decent sized list!

Jesus Christ guys how made this website ->  http://show-me-the-devcoin.info/spend_devcoin.htm
It doesnt even have css file. Looks terrible. Maybe you need some help with css?

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November 25, 2013, 09:17:41 PM
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Jesus Christ guys how made this website ->  http://show-me-the-devcoin.info/spend_devcoin.htm
It doesnt even have css file. Looks terrible. Maybe you need some help with css?
That's his personal website. I didn't include that and other info/blog pages that I know people have built, as was specifically addressing the questions of business-model and commerce.

notabot - brownboxtech is on there, but let me know if/when you find others as good to keep the economy growing and people aware of that.

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November 26, 2013, 01:50:13 AM
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Nice jump. Thanks to those of you who dumped to me at 13 satoshis!  Smiley

I dumped quite a few at 13-16, doh! :p
I wouldn't dump at these prices. With a little patience, it's best to wait for a pump. The last pump I caught, I made over 1000% gains on my devcoins.

Then again..... pump may never come.  Smiley  But with the new life that has been breathed into altcoins this week, I'm not taking any chances!
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November 26, 2013, 04:52:35 AM
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Nice jump. Thanks to those of you who dumped to me at 13 satoshis!  Smiley

I dumped quite a few at 13-16, doh! :p
I wouldn't dump at these prices. With a little patience, it's best to wait for a pump. The last pump I caught, I made over 1000% gains on my devcoins.

Then again..... pump may never come.  Smiley  But with the new life that has been breathed into altcoins this week, I'm not taking any chances!

...and then mcxNOW decides to temporarily shut down...

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November 26, 2013, 05:23:47 AM
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Nice jump. Thanks to those of you who dumped to me at 13 satoshis!  Smiley

I dumped quite a few at 13-16, doh! :p
I wouldn't dump at these prices. With a little patience, it's best to wait for a pump. The last pump I caught, I made over 1000% gains on my devcoins.

Then again..... pump may never come.  Smiley  But with the new life that has been breathed into altcoins this week, I'm not taking any chances!

...and then mcxNOW decides to temporarily shut down...
I don't see the big deal about this site anyway. Not too worried about it. Though I'd imagine holding fee shares after that announcement felt like being punched in the stomach....
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November 26, 2013, 05:38:08 AM
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...and then mcxNOW decides to temporarily shut down...
I don't see the big deal about this site anyway. Not too worried about it. Though I'd imagine holding fee shares after that announcement felt like being punched in the stomach....

It is a bit annoying holding mcxFee shares in light of this--I have a few.  But reading the trollbox more than makes up for it for sheer entertainment value Smiley

Not only that, I never run out of things to blog about!

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November 26, 2013, 07:18:51 AM
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Nice jump. Thanks to those of you who dumped to me at 13 satoshis!  Smiley

I dumped quite a few at 13-16, doh! :p
I wouldn't dump at these prices. With a little patience, it's best to wait for a pump. The last pump I caught, I made over 1000% gains on my devcoins.

Then again..... pump may never come.  Smiley  But with the new life that has been breathed into altcoins this week, I'm not taking any chances!

 Ya there are a few investors buying here secretly in small amounts on mcx it was evident in the volume .

If you wanna see what this new interest can do to devcoin price take a look at quarkcoin it was hovering around 30 satoshi a few weeks back and hit 700 recently!

I personally think this project is of higher quality than that and will start to get attention of smart investors looking for merge mined coins.... Namecoins anyone? $5 each

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November 26, 2013, 07:23:21 AM
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I do not support realsolid and his projects, he is a known scammer and just an overall terrible person. That is the reason I have not been on there.

Realsolid?  Seriously?  Lol, that sounds like poop, constipated poop.  And only a scammer would name himself something like Solid or Mr. Honest, in an attempt to add a few points to his struggling rep.  Good for a laugh, though.  lol.

Yeah he coded and opened up mcxnow.com, and various other scams throughout his time on the forums.

No one has put any black marks on RealSolid's trust rating, and there is no indication that mcxNOW is scamming anyone, unless you want to count the chat window or trollbox where people often talk about planned pumps and dumps.  

Calling someone a scammer is a serious accusation so it would be nice if you actually had some (ok, pun intended) real solid evidence to point to.  Otherwise it sounds like you just don't like him, which is OK, but a different matter.

Just the first of many many many threads and links all over the internet. Just do your own research.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=133855.msg1425314#msg1425314

We should really be more careful with known scammers guys.

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November 26, 2013, 08:17:31 AM
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I'm proposing a dismantling of Devtome and a re-packaging of its content onto separate websites.  These will be more reader friendly, more search engine friendly and more advertiser friendly. 

That's the strength of Devtome, the content, and the 'packaging' of that content is very important.

No. Devtome will stay as it is because it takes more work to make several sites. You would need several websites, advertising accounts, rating runs, and maybe extra sign up admins and article admins. We don't have enough admins now even just for devtome. I'm covering the gaps we have, there's just not enough people to do more.

In the future, if devcoin market capitalization ever reaches ten million, then we could look at somehow making sub sites or blog sites. Before that point there are a lot of other sites to make, for example for video, design, etc..


Agreed, we have to work with what we have, catch up on back logs and getting people to categorize their work or  at least be guided to a best practices article; Making posters do a little more work for Devtome could really help things out and get the administrators working on moving things forward.

So how do we implement original photography, painting, music and design share distribution?

Is there a way to upload original audio content on Devtome?

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November 26, 2013, 08:42:34 AM
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ouch.... mcxnow is shutting down: https://mcxnow.com/

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November 26, 2013, 10:03:37 AM
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Agreed, we have to work with what we have, catch up on back logs and getting people to categorize their work or  at least be guided to a best practices article; Making posters do a little more work for Devtome could really help things out and get the administrators working on moving things forward.

So how do we implement original photography, painting, music and design share distribution?

Is there a way to upload original audio content on Devtome?
Not sure. There's a guide on how to upload image files here: How to post an image

I don't know about audio. The issue with music/art/design in particular is with 'open source'; defining and understanding exactly what that means - especially to the creator. There have been some discussions about it, e.g scroll down from this msg: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=193054.msg2010481#msg2010481

As I understand it the plan is to roll out separate sites with varying focuses - the problem is the investment in time, resources and having enough people involved in vetting/checking work and maintaining quality. Then there's copyright. Devtome is open source which means we all have to be careful and take time to make sure no rights are contravened. With writing it takes time but it's doable. With images and music it's very much harder, which underlines a requirement to justify and demonstrate the existence of the open SOURCE. For example, photographs/images - it would be pretty quick and easy to upload anything I could get my hands on, but that could be either/both of zero value and without right - which is why number of images per article is limited in compensation for the time being. As with writing, those with more expertise in that area have come/are coming on board. With time and the motivation of similar portals I expect the equivalent with other forms. Someone correct me if I'm wrong on all that.

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November 26, 2013, 02:05:04 PM
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We should really be more careful with known scammers guys.

I probably should.  The only problem is that here on the Bitcoin Forum, scam accusations are thick and pretty much everyone gets to be a scammer for  15 minutes, especially if something goes wrong.

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November 26, 2013, 02:15:32 PM
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I would agree in most cases wiser, but in realsolid's history its been more like 2 years of scamming.

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November 26, 2013, 02:24:03 PM
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Nice jump. Thanks to those of you who dumped to me at 13 satoshis!  Smiley

I dumped quite a few at 13-16, doh! :p

Wow I didn't see it go that low I don't think. But I only trade on Vircurex. I have offers at every satoshi of price up and down.

Seems maybe arbitrage wasn't working fast enough or something, in theory arbitrage is supposed to match the price across all exchanges.

I am too suspicious of most exchanges though, seems like new fly by night exchanges were coming out regularly for a while. Even one that claimed to have a hack and paid off the supposedly affected users I was already so suspicious of (maybe they were the ones involved in the whole novacoin scam thing of somesuch, can't recall for sure) that I figured the hack probably never happened, that they were just saying that to try to gain some trust like VIrcurex did (Vircurex supposedly was hacked twice and both times made good to its customers. Notice the "supposedly" in all this though. Do we know for sure even Vircurex isn't just making it up to gain trust? Main reason I leave coins there is really because I already took out more profit than the coins I have left there... and still too the main reason I do it is because I feel a duty, as one of the initial developers of DeVCoin, to provide liquidity for the coin. "Someone has to do it" so it seemed like Unthinkingbit and I were the logical people to take the risk and do it.)

Oh and lookie, that solidcoin scammer scammed again, a scam exchange, what a surprise, not.

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November 26, 2013, 03:15:25 PM
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Here's an interesting and somewhat philosophical question.  Has Devcoin ever been used in a scam?  I mean have there ever been Devcoin scammers and scams?

Considering what a lot of Bitcoins get used for (SR related stuff), I'm not surprised that there are so many scams out there, and even the ones that I wouldn't consider to be scams often times go bad anyway.

Devcoins may very well be a truly ethical currency on a number of levels, depending on the answer to the top set of questions in this post.

If there is something deeper going on here, that may be the best reason of all for us to hold onto and invest our Devcoins rather than trading them into Bitcoins.

Some food for thought for a Tuesday morning...

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Here's an interesting and somewhat philosophical question.  Has Devcoin ever been used in a scam?  I mean have there ever been Devcoin scammers and scams?

Considering what a lot of Bitcoins get used for (SR related stuff), I'm not surprised that there are so many scams out there, and even the ones that I wouldn't consider to be scams often times go bad anyway.

Devcoins may very well be a truly ethical currency on a number of levels, depending on the answer to the top set of questions in this post.

If there is something deeper going on here, that may be the best reason of all for us to hold onto and invest our Devcoins rather than trading them into Bitcoins.

Some food for thought for a Tuesday morning...
I don't know about devcoin - although the 'ethical' is about distribution rather than morals I think - but on the general point it's far simpler than that. RS did that simply because he could. The whole crypto world is so new that people aren't being logical in assessing price vs value - most is pure greed so it's easy to feed on that. SR/cryptos etc don't promote anything they facilitate it but it would go on anyway. The most interesting thing to me is how aggrieved people feel at losing in these sort of scams, yet don't seem to appreciate the underlying lack of security and risk of zero in a lot of blockchain currencies when an underlying incentive exists to control as much computational power devoted to mining as possible so long as my profit is >0.

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Agreed, we have to work with what we have, catch up on back logs and getting people to categorize their work or  at least be guided to a best practices article; Making posters do a little more work for Devtome could really help things out and get the administrators working on moving things forward.

So how do we implement original photography, painting, music and design share distribution?

Is there a way to upload original audio content on Devtome?
Not sure. There's a guide on how to upload image files here: How to post an image

I don't know about audio. The issue with music/art/design in particular is with 'open source'; defining and understanding exactly what that means - especially to the creator. There have been some discussions about it, e.g scroll down from this msg: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=193054.msg2010481#msg2010481

As I understand it the plan is to roll out separate sites with varying focuses - the problem is the investment in time, resources and having enough people involved in vetting/checking work and maintaining quality. Then there's copyright. Devtome is open source which means we all have to be careful and take time to make sure no rights are contravened. With writing it takes time but it's doable. With images and music it's very much harder, which underlines a requirement to justify and demonstrate the existence of the open SOURCE. For example, photographs/images - it would be pretty quick and easy to upload anything I could get my hands on, but that could be either/both of zero value and without right - which is why number of images per article is limited in compensation for the time being. As with writing, those with more expertise in that area have come/are coming on board. With time and the motivation of similar portals I expect the equivalent with other forms. Someone correct me if I'm wrong on all that.

Earlier I was mentioning providing hash based authenticated posts, set up a scrypt run it on google to make sure writing is automatically original. I know there are programs out there that check for plagiarism, colleges and universities use them to check students work, I'm sure there is an open source version to get started. Maybe well get lucky and someone has a opensource computer vision system to identify plagiarized images and works online, filter them out to help administrators.  Just thinking out loud, anything just to spread the work load can work. someone may even come up with a scheme to implement it with all Devtome users; Is it really that much of a risk that someone will abuse their authority, put a giant dildo on the front page or something?

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I've just downloaded and opened the Devcoin Wallet application on my MacBook Pro. I allowed it time to catch up and reboot so that all of my blocks are received and read in my wallet. However, when i go to Send Coin I am unable to type in a value in the Amount bar of that window. Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas as to what to do? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Amazonia Imports: http://btcpipeshop.com
Computer hardware and consumer electronics: http://brownboxtech.net/
Asic Miner DVC Passthrough: https://cryptostocks.com/securities/39
Precious Metals: www.igotspots.com/dvc
Bitcoin PR Buzz: http://bitcoinprbuzz.com
Precious metals/jewelry: http://bitezze.com
Gift cards for Devcoins: http://dvc4giftcards.us
Earn devcoins: www.devtome.com
Work for Crypto (devcoin to be added next): http://workforcrypto.com/
Custom designed bracelets/earrings: www.coinforbling.com
Virtual/Gaming: Galactic Milieu and http://galaxies.mygamesonline.org/digitalisassets.html
Cloud Mining- Bitcoin and merged mined currencies cloud mining trading platform (dvc/btc exchange coming): https://cex.io/
Books: https://andarazoroflove.org/shop/
Collectable reserve notes: www.coinbucks.net
London 2012 collectable Olympic gear: www.247saver.co.uk
Daily Bit daily deals: www.dailybit.net
Survival Supplies: http://wrol.info/survival-gear-bitcoin/
Rapidballs DVC Lotto: http://dvc.rapidballs.eu/
CD Keys, PSN Cards, Xbox Live membership and PC Games: http://www.cryptogamekeys.com/
Visa pre-paid cards: www.visa4crypto.com/
eBooks (adult): www.cryptobooks.com
DVC investment Bond:  https://cryptostocks.com/securities/40
DVB - devda.ch - revenue from development bounties and merged mining: https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14
Cryptocurrency payment checkout portal: www.coinpayments.net/
Crowdfunding trading platform: https://cryptostocks.com
Bounties: Regular dvc payments via Bitcoin share list have supported Bitcoin-Qt, Open Transactions, Abe, P2Pool among others. Bounty now and Future Bounties.
Buy/Sell DVC:
- www.Vircurex.com
- www.Cryptsy.com
- www.Crypto-Trade.com

I will soon add these businesses to:
http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=where_to_spend_your_devcoins and http://gotdevcoin.tk

Sorry that I've been running a bit behind.  Also, if anyone wants me to add a business just PM me (but I will add businesses if I see them in the main thread)

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