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May 07, 2015, 11:16:18 PM
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Greece is looking more and more like a GIANT version of Cyprus. Hard to imagine this won't have extremely positive effects on the Crypto markets.  Grin 

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/europe/article4431233.ece

Who cares about greece right now?
Whats happening with Megacoin is what i want to know!

I propose a community takeover if Kimoto doesn't get his A into G

I don't think we could hijack this coin without Kimoto's help (Not that I would want to anyway). Without him, I don't see the Megacoin vision ever being realized. Or should I say at least without his help for some time. A community takeover without his blessing would definitely be the end of the line for me.

I still believe that Kimoto's plans were dependent on timing (those gates he talked about). More than that, in my opinion the entire Crypto scene depends on the incompetence of governments and central bankers. The Cyprus debt, and resulting Crypto rally was a piece of rust on the wheels of the financial world. Greece is a flat tire with a broken axle in the scheme of future fiat confidence. If Kimoto is as brilliant as I think he is, and he was able to complete the projects he was working on, then he will have a perfect opportunity coming.

Again, I could be delusional, or there could be any number of reasons it won't happen the way I envision it... But there is no doubt the perfect opportunity will present itself in the near future. All we can do is add some support and wait, or go on our merry way.  Grin

Yeah well we will have to wait and see i guess.
This is why its a bad idea to invest in coins with only one or a handful of devs where there is little community input.
Open source should essentially allow others to work on the project as they see fit. If no one is there to take the lead the whole thing will fall apart.

Megacoin is a solid coin, which had a solid dev behind it, why anyone would abandon such work is beyond me, i really hope he is planning some sort of ninja release sometime soon. Something needs to happen, if this project really is as big as he claims, then hopefully its something worth waiting for.

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May 08, 2015, 02:49:35 AM
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Greece is looking more and more like a GIANT version of Cyprus. Hard to imagine this won't have extremely positive effects on the Crypto markets.  Grin 

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/europe/article4431233.ece

Who cares about greece right now?
Whats happening with Megacoin is what i want to know!

I propose a community takeover if Kimoto doesn't get his A into G

I don't think we could hijack this coin without Kimoto's help (Not that I would want to anyway). Without him, I don't see the Megacoin vision ever being realized. Or should I say at least without his help for some time. A community takeover without his blessing would definitely be the end of the line for me.

I still believe that Kimoto's plans were dependent on timing (those gates he talked about). More than that, in my opinion the entire Crypto scene depends on the incompetence of governments and central bankers. The Cyprus debt, and resulting Crypto rally was a piece of rust on the wheels of the financial world. Greece is a flat tire with a broken axle in the scheme of future fiat confidence. If Kimoto is as brilliant as I think he is, and he was able to complete the projects he was working on, then he will have a perfect opportunity coming.

Again, I could be delusional, or there could be any number of reasons it won't happen the way I envision it... But there is no doubt the perfect opportunity will present itself in the near future. All we can do is add some support and wait, or go on our merry way.  Grin

Yeah well we will have to wait and see i guess.
This is why its a bad idea to invest in coins with only one or a handful of devs where there is little community input.
Open source should essentially allow others to work on the project as they see fit. If no one is there to take the lead the whole thing will fall apart.

Megacoin is a solid coin, which had a solid dev behind it, why anyone would abandon such work is beyond me, i really hope he is planning some sort of ninja release sometime soon. Something needs to happen, if this project really is as big as he claims, then hopefully its something worth waiting for.

Well that's exactly it... I find it very hard to believe that Kimoto would put this much effort into something and then just abandon it. Not sure how many other coins were translated into 18 or more languages, but I haven't seen any that have a web site that looks as sharp, or have the initial foundation thought out as well. I still believe something is going to happen, I just have no idea what it might be.

As I keep saying about the financial world, I don't believe 99% of the people understand the gravity of the situation. I used to think guys like Ron Paul were nut cases, but they were proven right in 2008. This time anyone with a brain is listening, because the debt has grown by about 40% in that brief time, and the real economy is much worse. I always got the feeling that Kimoto understood this stuff better than anyone. So like I said, either I'm living in a fantasy, or there will be some sort of Megacoin revival. Not much to lose by waiting...
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May 12, 2015, 08:36:41 AM
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something going on at btc38 buying up a lot of coins including mec.

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May 12, 2015, 11:27:41 AM
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something going on at btc38 buying up a lot of coins including mec.

MEC market cap has jumped 60% in 3 days!
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May 20, 2015, 04:59:45 PM
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32 out of 50 states are Bankrupt!

http://news.yahoo.com/illinois-runs-options-budget-crisis-tax-rises-seen-051616644.html

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-20/six-years-into-recovery-u-s-states-struggle-to-balance-budgets

The same goes for virtually every government around the world. It's time for Honest Money (Crypto currency), and to force politicians to live within a budget like everyone else!


http://news.yahoo.com/facing-1-billion-deficit-arizona-sharply-limits-welfare-202816912.html
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May 26, 2015, 02:27:21 PM
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Any work being done on the block generation rate?
Currently 3 hours without a block?

https://whattomine.com - Check what to mine Smiley
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May 26, 2015, 02:41:20 PM
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Any work being done on the block generation rate?
Currently 3 hours without a block?

The multipools are wasting hash rate. Each time they jump in the KGW tosses them out. Maybe it's not perfect, but it's better than the alternative. If you were mining all along, you get paid, and the price of your coins is goes up thanks to the multipools making them more scarce.

Price is going ballistic on BTC38.  Grin

http://www.btc38.com/trade_en.html?btc38_trade_coin_name=mec
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May 26, 2015, 04:51:31 PM
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Correct me if I am wrong, but KGW was supposed to fight this kind of behaviour. All coins had it without KGW.

Now MEC has it with KGW? Mindfuck...

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May 26, 2015, 05:07:35 PM
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Correct me if I am wrong, but KGW was supposed to fight this kind of behaviour. All coins had it without KGW.

Now MEC has it with KGW? Mindfuck...

You are correct, but back in the day we didn't have multipools jumping on coins with 50 to 600gh/s or more. The KGW is apparently seeing this as a 51% attack, and kicking their hash rate out. I'm fine with it. It is slowing down the block progression, but at least these morons aren't getting any coins. If you are a normal miner with a few kh/s to a few hundred kh/s, it is a good thing. If you are in a multipool, you are out of luck.  Grin

I'm sure this will be adjusted in the near future, for now it's a minor inconvenience for honest miners. 
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May 27, 2015, 08:56:28 AM
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Mec going back up where it belongs.

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May 27, 2015, 10:13:32 PM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

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May 27, 2015, 10:56:22 PM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

No offense, but you seem to be a little under-educated on KGW and/or the coin itself.

No need for you to buy anything, China will pump this to the moon.  Cheesy
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May 27, 2015, 11:03:25 PM
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I'm not a huge fan of chart data, but:

http://k.sosobtc.com/mec_btc38.html

Click on the 1-day, and 3-day data.

Enjoy the fireworks.

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May 27, 2015, 11:46:56 PM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

Transactions have been processing just fine. The KGW has been keeping our network secure from what it believed was a 51% attack. This massive hash rate has only made Megacoin more rare, and caused the price to rise. Get'em now because the price is going up...  Grin

Net Hashrate  759.54 GH/s   Difficulty  1,425.07288444


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May 28, 2015, 01:46:51 AM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

No offense, but you seem to be a little under-educated on KGW and/or the coin itself.

No need for you to buy anything, China will pump this to the moon.  Cheesy

well, the bloody blockexplorer says the same as my wallet. Last block: 420833 ... 7 hours ago ...
Nobody can transact or can you?

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May 28, 2015, 02:24:07 AM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

No offense, but you seem to be a little under-educated on KGW and/or the coin itself.

No need for you to buy anything, China will pump this to the moon.  Cheesy

well, the bloody blockexplorer says the same as my wallet. Last block: 420833 ... 7 hours ago ...
Nobody can transact or can you?


Nobody can transact? There have been tons of transactions made all day. What exchange are you using? Or you didn't bother to read my last post?
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May 28, 2015, 02:27:25 AM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

No offense, but you seem to be a little under-educated on KGW and/or the coin itself.

No need for you to buy anything, China will pump this to the moon.  Cheesy

well, the bloody blockexplorer says the same as my wallet. Last block: 420833 ... 7 hours ago ...
Nobody can transact or can you?


Nobody can transact? There have been tons of transactions made all day. What exchange are you using? Or you didn't bother to read my last post?

This explorer:
https://bitinfocharts.com/de/megacoin/explorer/

says the same as this explorer:
https://coinplorer.com/MEC

and they both say the same as my wallet.

So what are you saying again?

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May 28, 2015, 02:32:35 AM
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yep, confirmed. There are problems with the network. Hours without blocks. No transactions possible.
I recommend not buying coins until we hear from the devteam.
Can't buy a coin in this condition.

No offense, but you seem to be a little under-educated on KGW and/or the coin itself.

No need for you to buy anything, China will pump this to the moon.  Cheesy

well, the bloody blockexplorer says the same as my wallet. Last block: 420833 ... 7 hours ago ...
Nobody can transact or can you?


Nobody can transact? There have been tons of transactions made all day. What exchange are you using? Or you didn't bother to read my last post?

This explorer:
https://bitinfocharts.com/de/megacoin/explorer/

says the same as this explorer:
https://coinplorer.com/MEC

and they both say the same as my wallet.

So what are you saying again?


Try reading what we have been telling you! You said "Nobody can transact". Have you tried moving coins to another wallet, or buying coins or selling coins at an exchange? Works perfectly. If you don't pay attention we can't help you.
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Try reading what we have been telling you! You said "Nobody can transact". Have you tried moving coins to another wallet, or buying coins or selling coins at an exchange? Works perfectly. If you don't pay attention we can't help you.

my wallet does not sync and obviously the blockexplorers neither. So has there been a hardfork or what? Try talking clear english straight forward. Thanks.

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Try reading what we have been telling you! You said "Nobody can transact". Have you tried moving coins to another wallet, or buying coins or selling coins at an exchange? Works perfectly. If you don't pay attention we can't help you.

my wallet does not sync and obviously the blockexplorers neither. So has there been a hardfork or what? Try talking clear english straight forward. Thanks.

Okay, let's start with clear English. Your spelling and sentence structure are incorrect!  Smiley

I have a number of Megacoin wallets, and all of them sync just fine. Is the machine you are trying to sync connected to the Internet? Did you allow the MegacoinQT client access through the firewall? Are you buying or selling from an exchange? Please read the previous posts again if you can't figure it out...

If I install a new wallet, it downloads the blockchain at blazing speed. If I send coins to another wallet, or exchange, it is also lightning fast. Not sure what you are doing wrong? I would suggest asking one of your friends that is better informed to help you.
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