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December 05, 2013, 04:09:12 PM
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You have to realise one thing here.

Why would anyone complain about the QRK success?

It is simple, they didn't mine it when they could, they didn't buy it when they could ( for nothing). Now they are crying that it has taken off lol

The exact thing happened with btc and ltc. The same thing will happen with the next coin that meets dramatic success from nowhere. It's simple people lose out , they cry about it.


The distribution of qrk is actually better than BTC and many other coins. BTC is said to be 70% in the hands of 100 people.  

Many coins are almost totally mined in a few months. Look at CGB this is a great coin and has already been mined.

Quarks distribution was not achieved through mining, it was achieved through the free market. It was on sale for MONTHS for nothing. For a few ltc you could have bought a ton of it.

The price was low because the miners dumped it on day one on the exchange, then they dumped the rest out for any BTC they could get.  Anyone who bought it is now laughing.

MINING is nothing. It is a way to distribute the coins but the market does this to a much larger scale.

I am happy to see ALL crypto that is individual and has made some new contribution to crypto currency become successful. All the coins listed are going to go up over time. Which will explode next nobody knows.

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December 05, 2013, 04:35:54 PM
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I think the problem is that there are three main markets for QRK right now:

those within the crypto community (experts, veterans)
those that have been dabbling in BTC and altcoin trading- but are not part of the crypto/mining community (btc-e trolls mostly)
those complete newbies (ie. never really bought a BTC before and just see a mention of QRK from keiser or still's show and want to buy a bit)

It seems like most people in the crypto community don't want to support this coin, for whatever reason

Those dabbling in trading are too afraid to touch the coin because of all the hate and hate spam you see exploding after QRK got so much attention..

Those complete newbies have issues buying the coin and setting up wallets, etc.

and now every time you want to search for QRK - there is "scam" or "premined" word or link attached to it

If I was a novice looking to invest in bitcoin and altcoins and I google QRK.. As soon as I read a few articles and opinions about how QRK is "scamcoin" I'd just rather not risk it and ignore the coin altogether

Gonna be a tough one for QRK to battle through all this hate, best of luck

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December 05, 2013, 04:39:58 PM
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Oh, sorry. Fixed it. It was QUARKS BETTER THAN BITCOINS not BITCOINS BETTER THAN QUARKS
I wish all the Quark tourists would go away so the difficulty is lowered and it goes back to being a nice, easy to mine coin on commodity hardware. That goes double for the bozos pumping it.  Angry

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December 05, 2013, 04:43:49 PM
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look up ftc, ifc, ltc all called scam coins as they rose quickly. The FACT is the people calling them scams are those that wish they had mined or bought cheap.

qrk is huge now, there is no pushing back into the unknown, the same with btc and ltc.

It will exceed 1 dollar because nobody can resist grabbing a few bucks worth and holding on to see what happens. Same with all the cryptos they will all far exceed the price they are now. There is no stopping it. Simply supply and demand. Try and buy a high end gpu right now , the r9 280 is gone mostly so are high end PSU, people are heading to crypto in force now and all cryptos that have good devs will explode in the next year. QRKs design puts it right at the top. I see clones attempting to come along already. Qrk is already distributed very widely. The only coins i rate to explode more are cgb and digi. These coins still seem to be behind what they should be.

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December 05, 2013, 04:45:02 PM
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For the sake of Crypto world, some well known devs BTC/LTC and others need to take a look at Quark because it really is having some interesting features and the experiment of mining them all quicker than decades might turn out positive after a while. The devs of other coins need to stop being selfish and acting like they are in some kind of currency war and help hand because we are seeing improvements above BTC and LTC in these coins which deserve more attention and if some flaws get fixed we could get a top notch currency here.
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December 05, 2013, 05:31:38 PM
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anyone have transactions without confirmations since 1 o 2 days? i have this problem, my money is lost in the web :s
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December 05, 2013, 05:43:48 PM
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anyone have transactions without confirmations since 1 o 2 days? i have this problem, my money is lost in the web :s
no. what's your txid?
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December 05, 2013, 05:59:00 PM
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Let me tell you I am not holding any Quark, if I had I would have already sold, yes, call me weak hands and butthurt. But this doesn't make my arguments less valid, having said that, with 0.5% inflation there is not much left to the miners. And let me remind you that miners keep a coin alive.

Also let me laugh at the statement that Quarkcoin is a better currency than BTC because the price will stabilize sooner. Look at the infrastructure around BTC and then turn your head to QRK and tell me how people is going to invest in a coin that gives no future to miners ?

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December 05, 2013, 06:06:48 PM
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Let me tell you I am not holding any Quark, if I had I would have already sold, yes, call me weak hands and butthurt. But this doesn't make my arguments less valid, having said that, with 0.5% inflation there is not much left to the miners. And let me remind you that miners keep a coin alive.

Also let me laugh at the statement that Quarkcoin is a better currency than BTC because the price will stabilize sooner. Look at the infrastructure around BTC and then turn your head to QRK and tell me how people is going to invest in a coin that gives no future to miners ?

bitcoin have future to miners? the goverments wanna buy a lot of asics and will finish with the miners.

No one can mine since the asics. REAL ppl, not freaks how pay 4500 dollars in an pro asic, and after that they need to update in 6 months.

NO to the asics, yes to evolution and profits for all of us.

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December 05, 2013, 06:10:26 PM
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Let me tell you I am not holding any Quark, if I had I would have already sold, yes, call me weak hands and butthurt. But this doesn't make my arguments less valid, having said that, with 0.5% inflation there is not much left to the miners. And let me remind you that miners keep a coin alive.

Also let me laugh at the statement that Quarkcoin is a better currency than BTC because the price will stabilize sooner. Look at the infrastructure around BTC and then turn your head to QRK and tell me how people is going to invest in a coin that gives no future to miners ?

bitcoin have future to miners? the goverments wanna buy a lot of asics and will finish with the miners.

No one can mine since the asics. REAL ppl, not freaks how pay 4500 dollars in an pro asic, and after that they need to update in 6 months.

NO to the asics, yes to evolution and profits for all of us.

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all those 1000s of 3 TH ASIC that will be floating around yeah ha ha 

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December 05, 2013, 06:12:14 PM
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For the sake of Crypto world, some well known devs BTC/LTC and others need to take a look at Quark because it really is having some interesting features and the experiment of mining them all quicker than decades might turn out positive after a while. The devs of other coins need to stop being selfish and acting like they are in some kind of currency war and help hand because we are seeing improvements above BTC and LTC in these coins which deserve more attention and if some flaws get fixed we could get a top notch currency here.
Enlighten me, what are these features?

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December 05, 2013, 06:36:27 PM
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Is this still mineable?

Of course it is.

and its... profitable?

with a cpu? a normal cpu?

that makes it susceptible to botnets though, right?

I'm currently mining ~20 QRK/day on an i5 and a super old Athlon X2
what miner?
where do you mine? i have a phenom 2 x4 and i'm barely getting anything on coinmine.pl
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December 05, 2013, 06:45:18 PM
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For the sake of Crypto world, some well known devs BTC/LTC and others need to take a look at Quark because it really is having some interesting features and the experiment of mining them all quicker than decades might turn out positive after a while. The devs of other coins need to stop being selfish and acting like they are in some kind of currency war and help hand because we are seeing improvements above BTC and LTC in these coins which deserve more attention and if some flaws get fixed we could get a top notch currency here.
Enlighten me, what are these features?


http://www.quarkcoins.com/bitcoin-vs-quarkcoin.html

http://forum.qrk.cc/thread/337/quarkcoin-summarized?page=1&scrollTo=3270

http://quark.freeforums.net/thread/278/understand-quark-got-distributed-popular
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December 05, 2013, 06:47:42 PM
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Is this still mineable?

Of course it is.

and its... profitable?

with a cpu? a normal cpu?

that makes it susceptible to botnets though, right?

I'm currently mining ~20 QRK/day on an i5 and a super old Athlon X2
what miner?
where do you mine? i have a phenom 2 x4 and i'm barely getting anything on coinmine.pl

Coinmine.pl with an i7 3630QM brings me an Hashrate of 0.895   and 16.000 - 19.000 QRC per Day !

with the Quark-v3_w64 Miner from the ru- source i posted here earlier!
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December 05, 2013, 06:48:38 PM
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Is this still mineable?

Of course it is.

and its... profitable?

with a cpu? a normal cpu?

that makes it susceptible to botnets though, right?

I'm currently mining ~20 QRK/day on an i5 and a super old Athlon X2
what miner?
where do you mine? i have a phenom 2 x4 and i'm barely getting anything on coinmine.pl

coinmine.pl

I forget where I got the miner...it was something I found on a thread on r/QuarkCoin I'm pretty sure. I'm told you can just use cgminer though but I haven't tried that yet for QRK (but cgminer is my go-to miner for all other cryptos).

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December 05, 2013, 06:49:13 PM
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i'm probably not hashing enough, i get max 220-230 khashes second

i'll need a better CPU or get multiple computers to do the job
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December 05, 2013, 06:53:34 PM
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Is this still mineable?

Of course it is.

and its... profitable?

with a cpu? a normal cpu?

that makes it susceptible to botnets though, right?

I'm currently mining ~20 QRK/day on an i5 and a super old Athlon X2
what miner?
where do you mine? i have a phenom 2 x4 and i'm barely getting anything on coinmine.pl

Coinmine.pl with an i7 3630QM brings me an Hashrate of 0.895   and 16.000 - 19.000 QRC per Day !

with the Quark-v3_w64 Miner from the ru- source i posted here earlier!

My i5 does 0.67 by itself and the Athlon X2 adds another ~0.25 or so, so I'm probably getting around the same as your i7 with the two chips. 20 QRK/day was an estimate (hence the ~), but it's not much less than that. Although the difficulty is going up. I emptied my pool wallet about 15 hours ago and I'm up to ~10 now so today's haul will probably be 15 QRK or so.

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December 05, 2013, 06:54:50 PM
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i'm probably not hashing enough, i get max 220-230 khashes second

i'll need a better CPU or get multiple computers to do the job

I don't think you'll get much action from anything other than an i5 or i7.

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December 05, 2013, 06:58:55 PM
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somewhere back in the middle of this monster thread, someone had an optimised miner for AMD bulldozer processors, they were supposed to get about 2mh/s, which is pretty good.
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December 05, 2013, 07:06:44 PM
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i'm probably not hashing enough, i get max 220-230 khashes second

i'll need a better CPU or get multiple computers to do the job

I don't think you'll get much action from anything other than an i5 or i7.
what about FX 8350?

somewhere back in the middle of this monster thread, someone had an optimised miner for AMD bulldozer processors, they were supposed to get about 2mh/s, which is pretty good.

was it neisklar's compiled w64 executable?
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