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October 18, 2016, 08:00:56 PM
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Why does crap like this coin pump?  Huh Roll Eyes
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October 18, 2016, 08:16:24 PM
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Why does crap like this coin pump?  Huh Roll Eyes

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October 18, 2016, 08:52:14 PM
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Why does crap like this coin pump?  Huh Roll Eyes

Perhaps it's not as crap as you believe it to be

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October 19, 2016, 01:29:54 AM
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Wow, whoever dumped sure really doesn't believe in the Alexandria concept. My estimation, the marketcap of Flo should be at least $5M with a partnership with coinbase. Market is fcked up.
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October 19, 2016, 05:37:51 AM
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Wow, whoever dumped sure really doesn't believe in the Alexandria concept. My estimation, the marketcap of Flo should be at least $5M with a partnership with coinbase. Market is fcked up.

where is there any interest in the Alexandria project?

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October 19, 2016, 06:00:08 PM
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Alexandria uses IPFS in a way similar like it is intended for Filecoin - a project from the IPFS people.

Everyone fed up with regular commercial services based on censorship, and blocking-oriented like youtube, netflix, soundcloud, flickr, scribd and similar shit, is interested in this project.

Since regular people consume whatever out-of-the-ass "truth" they throw on internet news, social media and the daily outdoors, whichever they may be, then obviously this project either will stay low profile or will be merciless attacked until the bottom sink. This reality doesn't change the importance of what is being done here.

I research blockchain use for politics and this project as a whole is being studied and watched by some people from pirate parties and other political groups. Here's a sample of real world public documentation if you're skeptical: Brazilian Pirate Party Github Issue.

This project is unquestionably helping the development of de facto decentralized storage and access of information. Blockchain + IPFS is the obvious path towards this goal.

I could provide more links to support these arguments, but people don't want to be exposed and also they don't give a shit for opinions on forums, and don't feel like they have to prove something. It is just me that feel like clarifying things whenever there's time available.
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October 19, 2016, 06:06:49 PM
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Regarding the recent change on volume and price on big exchanges, that's probably related to the fact that everytime some project show news, the hype law determines that some people will rush to buy some coins. When they realize that the coin price don't skyrocket overnight and there aren't petahashes pointed at the blockchain, they put the coin in the shitlist and move forward to the next MessiahCoin which will make them wealthy, save the whales and cure the cancer. I'm not sure if I got that all right, but the standard is something on those lines.

I'm sending 40-50MH/s to the new pool.
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October 25, 2016, 11:38:29 PM
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Looks like chain is stuck at block 1953796 for over 5 hours...
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October 26, 2016, 07:25:43 PM
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Looks like chain is stuck at block 1953796 for over 5 hours...

autoswitching multipools do that every couple of days, whenever the relative value of the token puts it into their cross hairs.

we're working on finishing up a daemon that auto-rents hardware and plugs into our tradebot tool to give the tokens an offramp. once its up and running we should see significantly fewer of the large difficulty changes that cause many hour long delays in finding blocks.
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October 26, 2016, 09:48:17 PM
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Please ensure you are on the latest version of the wallet/daemon (0.10.4.4). There appears to be some nodes on older versions that are not compatible.

See the OP for download links.

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October 28, 2016, 12:43:05 PM
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Hello guys,

I'm new to this forum and even to cryptomining. I want to start mining florincoin and want to invest in an asics miner (Antminer S7 to be precise).
How do I setup my pc or future asics rig to mine florincoin? Should I just download the florincoin wallet or is there another program that should be installed and executed?
Also can somebody explain to my how I should choose my asics miner, I see that there are different algorithms for each coin and that Asics are specifically build for one algo.
What algorithm is florincoin and is the Antminer S7 able to work with this? What performance can I expect to get in hashing power?

If someone could give me a kind of overview what is important to know so I can research a little bit more myself and get a good understanding what is important.

-MrTrex
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October 28, 2016, 01:26:54 PM
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great work ,liked it.will be in.

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November 01, 2016, 09:09:30 PM
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www.Mining-Dutch.nl

Back in business.!
All bugs and problems solved and mining blocks stable.!

Hope to see you back soon.

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November 25, 2016, 05:06:04 PM
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Hey guys FLO is rising again  Wink Wink Wink

Whats cooking???  Shocked Shocked Shocked

Any news ?  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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November 25, 2016, 05:33:37 PM
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Good to see Ryan at the Blockchain Meetup in Berlin presenting Alexandria on Wednesday.

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November 26, 2016, 05:38:28 AM
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Wow, Flo has been on a tear lately, it's nice to share updates with a bullish crowd Smiley

Note: I'm not gonna cover everything we've been working on, if you want to learn more, your best bet is probably to come join our slack here: http://dloaslack.bitspill.net/

1) More media types
We're still ironing out the kinks in regards to how some media types work in the "browser" application, but the "publisher" application now supports the following additional media types:
Movie
Book
Podcast
Thing
HTML

So, if you have media of any of those types you've been waiting to publish, the library is now ready for you Smiley Publish here: https://alexandria.io/publisher/

2) Coinbase buy widget (US dollars via debit/credit cards!)
We are the #4? #5? project to be granted access to Coinbase's buy widget, which allows American bank card holders to make instant purchase of Bitcoin with their debit or credit card even if they don't have a coinbase account. Transactions must be for a minimum of $1, and non-account holders are limited to $5 per day and $50 in their lifetime - after that point they are asked to create an account with Coinbase to make further purchases.
This function is integrated in a few limited areas at the moment:
a) in Tradebot, which you can use as a publisher if you wish to purchase a small amount of Florincoin tokens to use for publishing - if you create a new wallet using https://alexandria.io/publisher/ and then start the process of registering a publisher address without any tokens in your wallet, it will complain that you need "At least one Flo in your wallet" and then automatically load Tradebot. You can then either send BTC to the address provided to receive some Flo, or you can click the nice big blue "Buy Bitcoin with Coinbase" button, which will let you purchase between $1-$5 of BTC which it will automatically send to tradebot, and a few moments (or minutes) later, you'll receive Flo.
b) in Paywall, which is built into our "browser" application, which means when you come across an artifact with a purchase price between $1-$5, you'll have the option of using the buy widget. One good example can be seen when looking at Imogen Heap's "Tiny Human": https://alexandria.io/browser/#/6e0bca1d8d4d24b41e24780e327e31631d864f2dc16081b7b17a7f929b9bdbf2
If you click the "$0.015 To Play" button, you are presented with the a paywall that provides a QR code and address to pay via Bitcoin, but when you click the "$1 to Buy" button, you also get the option to use the Coinbase buy widget.
c) Note: We will be attaching the Coinbase widget to a hosted BTC wallet as well, in order to support direct payments from a logged-into wallet instead or relying entirely on QR codes and users' mobile wallets. First we need to select one to integrate into the "browser" application (by that i mean https://alexandria.io/browser, just to be clear), so if you have particularly strong feelings about an open source bitcoin web wallet you think we should be considering, let us know (requirements: zero-knowledge, relevant foss license).

3) Updated URLs n stuff:
We've been doing some housekeeping and organizing, and some old links may have broken, so for clarity's sake, here's where stuff can be found:
https://api.alexandria.io/pool/  = Just a super basic pool at the moment, but will be a part of a specific security mechanism in the future
https://florinsight.alexandria.io/  = Insight-based explorer
https://explorer.alexandria.io/  = Florincoin-specific explorer designed for browsing tx-comments
https://flovault.alexandria.io/  = zero-knowledge hosted wallet for Florincoin
https://api.alexandria.io/docs/  = API documentation for most of our project's public endpoints (more coming soon)

4) Shared effort
"Why reinvent the wheel if your innovation is the rubber in the tire?"
Since a number of other projects have started working on the 'media distribution using blockchain technology' concept, we've been focusing a lot over the past year on how to ensure that all of this effort is as collaborative and complimentary as it can be, rather than being unnecessarily competitive as a default. Since our true competitor is simply the concept of centralized control of media distribution, and some deep pocketed entities have strong interests in preventing that paradigm from being disrupted, we do, of course, need to be somewhat strategic about how we publicly discuss and announce things like this, so we are keeping these details rather close to the chest. I mention it here, however, so that if any of you are working on a similar project, or if you are focused on delivering just one piece of the overall service involved in a decentralized media distribution eco system, you are invited to join the larger collaborative effort by getting directly in touch with myself either here via DM or in our slack channel via DM (my username in our slack channel is @devonjames).

Thank you all for your interest and support in this project - while on its surface Alexandria is about enabling artists to get paid more fairly for their work, for me personally it is also a tool that i hope will soon help us, as a species, to be better informed about the world around us, and maybe even help to prevent the next war. Fingers crossed, after all i hope we can all agree that its a worthwile goal, even if it does seem out of reach right now.

Very nice I'm impressed with the coinbase news being such a limited amount of coins with the widget should give both Florincoin and Alexandria a boost in attention.
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November 29, 2016, 04:40:29 PM
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Good to see Ryan at the Blockchain Meetup in Berlin presenting Alexandria on Wednesday.
Here's the video from that talk Smiley awesome work by Ryan as always

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwqkmK9aTXs

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December 05, 2016, 04:00:58 PM
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YouTuber frustration

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/pewdiepie-delete-youtube-channel-subscribers-disappear-a7455261.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxPOFp45AIg


perhaps PewDiepPie could start his new channel on Alexandria?   Grin


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December 13, 2016, 06:53:00 PM
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Hmmm   Cheesy

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December 16, 2016, 08:10:37 PM
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Incredible, nonexistent transaction (1000100.00000000 , fee 100.00000000   Complete   8245d3b3ac16d6da91782dc17f6a6dbfd383558bf768b6fd24f0dd1d4d0804f7   Normal   12/16/2016 2:59 PM), even nonexistent address!!! Despite my wallet updated sync. Some idea?
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