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June 15, 2015, 06:03:01 AM
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Just wanted to let everyone in here know about our dedicated staking hardware. Save electricity, and increase your coin's security, get them off of your home computer, and onto the StakeBox. Check it out at stakebox.com. Go ahead, get your long term support cred, buy the device meant to stake your coins for the long haul.

obviously there could be some "trust" issues here.

but can i ask what have you got it running on?

where can we find specs.

like if someone wants to wipe and load again?

overall though great idea !

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June 15, 2015, 12:07:50 PM
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Just wanted to let everyone in here know about our dedicated staking hardware. Save electricity, and increase your coin's security, get them off of your home computer, and onto the StakeBox. Check it out at stakebox.com. Go ahead, get your long term support cred, buy the device meant to stake your coins for the long haul.

obviously there could be some "trust" issues here.

but can i ask what have you got it running on?

where can we find specs.

like if someone wants to wipe and load again?

overall though great idea !

I completely understand that there will be some initial trust issues, that was expected. Hopefully over time we will be able to earn the trust of the community by offering a safe, reliable product. It is based on the Raspberry Pi 2, beyond the specs of the Pi, what would you like to know? Only by interacting with the community can we work on developing a solid reputation and learn what other questions belong on the FAQ page, so thanks for asking.

Low power dedicated staking hardware, learn more at StakeBox.com
Raspberry Pi wallets at github.com/StakeBox
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June 15, 2015, 12:13:58 PM
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Just wanted to let everyone in here know about our dedicated staking hardware. Save electricity, and increase your coin's security, get them off of your home computer, and onto the StakeBox. Check it out at stakebox.com. Go ahead, get your long term support cred, buy the device meant to stake your coins for the long haul.

obviously there could be some "trust" issues here.

but can i ask what have you got it running on?

where can we find specs.

like if someone wants to wipe and load again?

overall though great idea !

I completely understand that there will be some initial trust issues, that was expected. Hopefully over time we will be able to earn the trust of the community by offering a safe, reliable product. It is based on the Raspberry Pi 2, beyond the specs of the Pi, what would you like to know? Only by interacting with the community can we work on developing a solid reputation and learn what other questions belong on the FAQ page, so thanks for asking.

thanks - no just that - OS is Ras?

are you Pre-loading and compiling clients?

you do this custom for the buyer?   or your OS is preset with all the clients you support?

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June 15, 2015, 12:33:24 PM
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Just wanted to let everyone in here know about our dedicated staking hardware. Save electricity, and increase your coin's security, get them off of your home computer, and onto the StakeBox. Check it out at stakebox.com. Go ahead, get your long term support cred, buy the device meant to stake your coins for the long haul.

obviously there could be some "trust" issues here.

but can i ask what have you got it running on?

where can we find specs.

like if someone wants to wipe and load again?

overall though great idea !

I completely understand that there will be some initial trust issues, that was expected. Hopefully over time we will be able to earn the trust of the community by offering a safe, reliable product. It is based on the Raspberry Pi 2, beyond the specs of the Pi, what would you like to know? Only by interacting with the community can we work on developing a solid reputation and learn what other questions belong on the FAQ page, so thanks for asking.

thanks - no just that - OS is Ras?

are you Pre-loading and compiling clients?

you do this custom for the buyer?   or your OS is preset with all the clients you support?

Yes, OS is Raspbian. Correct again on the pre-loading and compiling, and each one is set up custom for each customer. After imaging the micro SD the web interface is set up for the desired coins, then just the wallets requested are thrown on, and set up in an auto-start script.

Low power dedicated staking hardware, learn more at StakeBox.com
Raspberry Pi wallets at github.com/StakeBox
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June 15, 2015, 01:47:09 PM
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Just wanted to let everyone in here know about our dedicated staking hardware. Save electricity, and increase your coin's security, get them off of your home computer, and onto the StakeBox. Check it out at stakebox.com. Go ahead, get your long term support cred, buy the device meant to stake your coins for the long haul.

Seems expensive for a staker.
Half price and even better:  http://blockchaintechs.com/

And they even have a contest going.  (only 3 days left!!)
You can win a free staker for as little as 1 entry.
Super cheap, as you can grab some for only 900 satoshi right now!!!!
What a deal!!

http://contest.blockchaintechs.com/

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June 15, 2015, 10:48:11 PM
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I really like what our peers are doing with: https://peerbox.me/

I do understand the interest in multi-coin stake wallets.
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June 17, 2015, 07:12:23 AM
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Just wanted to let everyone in here know about our dedicated staking hardware. Save electricity, and increase your coin's security, get them off of your home computer, and onto the StakeBox. Check it out at stakebox.com. Go ahead, get your long term support cred, buy the device meant to stake your coins for the long haul.

obviously there could be some "trust" issues here.

but can i ask what have you got it running on?

where can we find specs.

like if someone wants to wipe and load again?

overall though great idea !

I completely understand that there will be some initial trust issues, that was expected. Hopefully over time we will be able to earn the trust of the community by offering a safe, reliable product. It is based on the Raspberry Pi 2, beyond the specs of the Pi, what would you like to know? Only by interacting with the community can we work on developing a solid reputation and learn what other questions belong on the FAQ page, so thanks for asking.

thanks - no just that - OS is Ras?

are you Pre-loading and compiling clients?

you do this custom for the buyer?   or your OS is preset with all the clients you support?

Yes, OS is Raspbian. Correct again on the pre-loading and compiling, and each one is set up custom for each customer. After imaging the micro SD the web interface is set up for the desired coins, then just the wallets requested are thrown on, and set up in an auto-start script.

hey thanks, yeah i'm interested in getting one maybe to test i do have a Pi myself -

Also looks like VOAT is back up i might offer this as a "Cap Presser"

someone should look at making a basic "Cap Presser" sticker or something for people

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or a "Nickle generator"

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June 17, 2015, 12:51:35 PM
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Downloaded the latest wallet 2.2.1 from the link provided in the OP https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/releases. Did a virustotal scan and got 19/57 hits!? WTF? https://www.virustotal.com/uk/file/40aa685c5024a90d29a9cdbce1cbea796ab7e0a5227f2d5b19cb441e6ae8805f/analysis/1434544835/

Any ideas? Looks like its full of trojans but this coin is 2 years old. They must be false positives. Can anyone verify that they are running this wallet without any problems. Thanks.

Downloaded 2.1 version from the same link and its clean. I think I'll use this one instead.
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June 17, 2015, 05:33:11 PM
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Downloaded the latest wallet 2.2.1 from the link provided in the OP https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/releases. Did a virustotal scan and got 19/57 hits!? WTF? https://www.virustotal.com/uk/file/40aa685c5024a90d29a9cdbce1cbea796ab7e0a5227f2d5b19cb441e6ae8805f/analysis/1434544835/

Any ideas? Looks like its full of trojans but this coin is 2 years old. They must be false positives. Can anyone verify that they are running this wallet without any problems. Thanks.

Downloaded 2.1 version from the same link and its clean. I think I'll use this one instead.

I use the 2.2.1 and scanning it didn't come up with anything (AVG).
I downloaded it again to see if it differs from my download in January and it doesn't so I think it's safe to use.



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June 19, 2015, 02:51:15 AM
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Downloaded the latest wallet 2.2.1 from the link provided in the OP https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/releases. Did a virustotal scan and got 19/57 hits!? WTF? https://www.virustotal.com/uk/file/40aa685c5024a90d29a9cdbce1cbea796ab7e0a5227f2d5b19cb441e6ae8805f/analysis/1434544835/

Any ideas? Looks like its full of trojans but this coin is 2 years old. They must be false positives. Can anyone verify that they are running this wallet without any problems. Thanks.

Downloaded 2.1 version from the same link and its clean. I think I'll use this one instead.

I get these same warning. I can't figure out why. I used the same libraries, the same machine, the same code base. With only a very small code changes between the 2 versions.

My guess is someone created a virus that using 2.2.1 to zombine mine, and it is now flagged. In any event both are perfectly safe, and both have IRC turned off.

2.1 works great so no issues there. 

I will be releasing 2.2.2, with some minor updates, so perhaps that will not be flagged, we shall see.

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June 19, 2015, 08:03:27 PM
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One man decide that he can buy real thing for real bottle caps:
http://imgur.com/gallery/tYZPOr

Maybe it's time to make popular this cryptocurrency?
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June 19, 2015, 11:01:52 PM
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One man decide that he can buy real thing for real bottle caps:
http://imgur.com/gallery/tYZPOr

Maybe it's time to make popular this cryptocurrency?

CAPS are the currency for the #1 iOS game that just dethroned Candy Crush - Fallout Shelter.

http://www.gamesradar.com/fallout-shelter-dethrones-top-grossing-app-candy-crush-saga/

Popularity may increase slightly between now and the release of Fallout 4.
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June 20, 2015, 05:19:43 AM
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With the excitement around the Fallout4 announcement and ties with CAPs...here is my plug once again to push for someone to add Hyperstake Themes support to CAPs. 

Here are my current HYP wallet themes that would be much cooler in a CAPs wallet.   Grin





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June 20, 2015, 07:14:21 AM
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This would really be great, also a lot more interest in Caps lately on the market as well, I've managed to increase a bit lately with some profits from other coins Smiley
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June 21, 2015, 08:05:56 PM
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I´m looking for donations to add CAP:

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/
Admin is presstab, Dev of Hyperstake(HYP)

I´m willing to donate 0.10BTC but still 0.20BTC to go.


I think it would be a really nice to have Bottlecaps listed there also.

BTC: 1Dw9feZAGSeHvaiQ55T7C92VAAXB2nVKKk
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June 21, 2015, 08:16:25 PM
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Thisncoin seems dead pretty much Sad

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June 22, 2015, 06:24:09 AM
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Thisncoin seems dead pretty much Sad

Yeah...dead coin. Nobody will ever care about accumulation of CAPS. 

https://twitter.com/bottlecapsbuzz/status/612868052082753537

...Seems legit.
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June 23, 2015, 12:04:30 AM
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Soon.

is there any fresh win build with updated checkpoints ?
I will be releasing 2.2.2, with some minor updates
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June 23, 2015, 12:08:59 AM
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Guys, Caps and Hobonickels are the BEST coins to invest in right now BAR NONE. I hold over 75 different currencys new and old. The BEST thing about caps is the dev. He is very trustworthy, and your coins are safe. If your looking for the most cutting edge technology, and a fast buck , it is not here. If your looking for high interest, and without drama and fud, and without wory, and the SAFEST coin to invest in, HOBO and CAPS is it. I hold six figure coin amounts of both and could not be happier! I am an expert in crypto, and do it full time. See my website below.

Vegas

www.bitcoinlasvegas.net

I want to make sure everyone knows that I just released my software called "Yobit pump alert". THis is custom software that uses an algo to detect the start of a pump here on yobit, the second it starts. YOu can even filter the coins you see by price. Most pumps start less than 100 sats , so you can easily filter the cheap coins, so they are the only ones displayed Smiley https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1945937.msg20241953#msg20241953
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June 23, 2015, 03:35:50 AM
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Downloaded the latest wallet 2.2.1 from the link provided in the OP https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/releases. Did a virustotal scan and got 19/57 hits!? WTF? https://www.virustotal.com/uk/file/40aa685c5024a90d29a9cdbce1cbea796ab7e0a5227f2d5b19cb441e6ae8805f/analysis/1434544835/

Any ideas? Looks like its full of trojans but this coin is 2 years old. They must be false positives. Can anyone verify that they are running this wallet without any problems. Thanks.

Downloaded 2.1 version from the same link and its clean. I think I'll use this one instead.

I get these same warning. I can't figure out why. I used the same libraries, the same machine, the same code base. With only a very small code changes between the 2 versions.

My guess is someone created a virus that using 2.2.1 to zombine mine, and it is now flagged. In any event both are perfectly safe, and both have IRC turned off.

2.1 works great so no issues there. 

I will be releasing 2.2.2, with some minor updates, so perhaps that will not be flagged, we shall see.

hey mate thanks for the quick replies already got some questions on v/Falloutcaps

https://voat.co/v/FalloutCaps/comments/130252

- one was just on the Checkpoint error ( i explained and about the update)

other i'm 99% on but not 100% is :

in the non GUI client version you don't have to command line order to start staking right?

The guys is asking, you just have to have the Caps in and wait the 15 days right?

Regards.



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