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December 13, 2013, 12:00:52 PM
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Lol, no. It's just so annoying that they didn't bought anything yet. The whole world is waiting on those yellow fuckers and they keep disappointing us.
I'm very angry atm.

And no, i didn't put more in it than i can afford  Grin

Why exactly would we be 'waiting' for them, and how can *they* disappoint you? Maybe you anticipated it, or maybe you hoped it. Thats all.

Don't think short-term with cryptocurrencies, that'll just get you disappointed all the time. I bought QRK for the long run, not just to get a quick profit in a few days.

That's it. My quarks raised more than 700 times since I bought them. Haven't sold even one yet. Still very important market signals have to happen this year.
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December 13, 2013, 12:08:54 PM
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Lol, no. It's just so annoying that they didn't bought anything yet. The whole world is waiting on those yellow fuckers and they keep disappointing us.
I'm very angry atm.

And no, i didn't put more in it than i can afford  Grin

Why exactly would we be 'waiting' for them, and how can *they* disappoint you? Maybe you anticipated it, or maybe you hoped it. Thats all.

Don't think short-term with cryptocurrencies, that'll just get you disappointed all the time. I bought QRK for the long run, not just to get a quick profit in a few days.
It's pretty hard not to think short term when we are talking about something created in the last 6 months that has risen 700fold in the last month and has some very major news/events in the next week!
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December 13, 2013, 12:23:34 PM
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Lol, no. It's just so annoying that they didn't bought anything yet. The whole world is waiting on those yellow fuckers and they keep disappointing us.
I'm very angry atm.

And no, i didn't put more in it than i can afford  Grin

Why exactly would we be 'waiting' for them, and how can *they* disappoint you? Maybe you anticipated it, or maybe you hoped it. Thats all.

Don't think short-term with cryptocurrencies, that'll just get you disappointed all the time. I bought QRK for the long run, not just to get a quick profit in a few days.
It's pretty hard not to think short term when we are talking about something created in the last 6 months that has risen 700fold in the last month and has some very major news/events in the next week!

Just because something is hard doesn't mean you shouldn't attempt it. It's exactly that mentality that made people spend bitcoins for $1, then $10...always thinking the growth would soon end.

If you are just daytrading it's fine to just think short-term. But I doubt daytraders would get upset about other people not 'giving' them profit - they know it's a dog-eat-dog world.
 
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December 13, 2013, 12:46:48 PM
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Lol, no. It's just so annoying that they didn't bought anything yet. The whole world is waiting on those yellow fuckers and they keep disappointing us.
I'm very angry atm.

And no, i didn't put more in it than i can afford  Grin
Why you are insulting chinese? Are you so perfect?

ignore these bigots , they are just the same slime trying to make Quark look bad - 

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December 13, 2013, 12:49:04 PM
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I encourage anyone that feels they need to dump out after the BTC38 listing to do so - all these things tend to even out - Quark has a core of investors , we welcome speculation but that's not what makes Quark great .

- Twitter @Kolin_Quark
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December 13, 2013, 12:56:43 PM
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Lol, no. It's just so annoying that they didn't bought anything yet. The whole world is waiting on those yellow fuckers and they keep disappointing us.
I'm very angry atm.

And no, i didn't put more in it than i can afford  Grin
Why you are insulting chinese? Are you so perfect?

ignore these bigots , they are just the same slime trying to make Quark look bad - 

I just clicked ignore under his nickname.
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December 13, 2013, 01:02:20 PM
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I encourage anyone that feels they need to dump out after the BTC38 listing to do so - all these things tend to even out - Quark has a core of investors , we welcome speculation but that's not what makes Quark great .

Excellent point Digitalindustry! Anyone who wants to sell at any point - go right ahead. I have every confidence that there will be someone there more than happy to buy them - and then some! Plenty of BTC has exchanged owners during its rise - Quark will be the same. In the future, there will be people regretting selling at 10 cents, others at $1, who knows. IMHO, the majority of good alt coins will be going up (a lot) in the months and years ahead.

Personally, I'm betting big on Quark, eMunie, Peercoin and Devcoin.
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December 13, 2013, 01:23:07 PM
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I encourage anyone that feels they need to dump out after the BTC38 listing to do so - all these things tend to even out - Quark has a core of investors , we welcome speculation but that's not what makes Quark great .

Excellent point Digitalindustry! Anyone who wants to sell at any point - go right ahead. I have every confidence that there will be someone there more than happy to buy them - and then some! Plenty of BTC has exchanged owners during its rise - Quark will be the same. In the future, there will be people regretting selling at 10 cents, others at $1, who knows. IMHO, the majority of good alt coins will be going up (a lot) in the months and years ahead.

Personally, I'm betting big on Quark, eMunie, Peercoin and Devcoin.
+1... Peercoin & Devcoin may make a rise... but nothing like Quark & Worldcoin... marketing... your forgetting marketing... devcoin is useless there... so is peercoin

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December 13, 2013, 01:25:17 PM
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I encourage anyone that feels they need to dump out after the BTC38 listing to do so - all these things tend to even out - Quark has a core of investors , we welcome speculation but that's not what makes Quark great .

Excellent point Digitalindustry! Anyone who wants to sell at any point - go right ahead. I have every confidence that there will be someone there more than happy to buy them - and then some! Plenty of BTC has exchanged owners during its rise - Quark will be the same. In the future, there will be people regretting selling at 10 cents, others at $1, who knows. IMHO, the majority of good alt coins will be going up (a lot) in the months and years ahead.

Personally, I'm betting big on Quark, eMunie, Peercoin and Devcoin.
+1... Peercoin & Devcoin may make a rise... but nothing like Quark & Worldcoin... marketing... your forgetting marketing... devcoin is useless there... so is peercoin

Yes, Worldcoin is another good one. I regret missing out on that one - the whole fiasco with UNOCS and Phoenixcoin is what soured me on that one. Funny how it was Worldcoin that rose from the ashes  Smiley
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December 13, 2013, 01:36:57 PM
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+1... Peercoin & Devcoin may make a rise... but nothing like Quark & Worldcoin... marketing... your forgetting marketing... devcoin is useless there... so is peercoin

I sold all my ixcoins yesterday, and converted them to devcoins.

So from a worthless bitcoin clone with premine (ixcoin) , to an ethical currency (devcoin) that may not have a commercial marketing behind it, but nonetheless a grassroots marketing like wikipedia has, creating knowledge and opensource in the process.
Devcoin and Namecoin are mergemined coins who really make sense. Why ixcoin is mergemined makes no sense to me.

I think devcoin will have success, because it doesn't care about ups and downs of the market, it has an "intrinsic value"  much like namecoins have (bitdomain space)...

It's a pity that quark has no additional value like those coins... why isn't quark used as a supercomputer for the large hadron collider program to understand the behaviour of the quark particles?

lol, jk


back to qrk.

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December 13, 2013, 01:56:09 PM
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DGC has hardly any marketing yet and it's doing great

strong fundamentals > hype
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December 13, 2013, 02:08:33 PM
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why isn't quark used as a supercomputer for the large hadron collider program to understand the behaviour of the quark particles?

I have been wondering this too. Imagine if all the computer power used to mine was being used for the greater good. It could actually be used for something instead of just leaving us with these "coins" which are, like it or not, just blips in a computer.
Same with gold. Humanity uses enormous amount of energy to mine a metal that doesn't do anything...we just sit on it...or in best case use for exchange.

We are bonkers and doomed to fail ^^
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December 13, 2013, 02:25:44 PM
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I encourage anyone that feels they need to dump out after the BTC38 listing to do so - all these things tend to even out - Quark has a core of investors , we welcome speculation but that's not what makes Quark great .

Is it even possible to sell Quark equal to 200+ BTC at Cryptsy?
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December 13, 2013, 02:26:57 PM
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why isn't quark used as a supercomputer for the large hadron collider program to understand the behaviour of the quark particles?
Same with gold. Humanity uses enormous amount of energy to mine a metal that doesn't do anything...we just sit on it...or in best case use for exchange.
...but due to its nature of being a highly efficient conductor it is also used in electronics and computers.

Yes, but thats only the case because gold is highly malleable... meaning you can create extremely thin layers of gold...

if that weren't the case, nobody would care to use gold as an efficient conductor, because it would cost a lot of money...

but since you can create gold leafs of only a few atoms (!) thickness, you can easily cover anything with gold.

Most famous example:



lol, try and do that with quark, and you get something like:



Sorry, quark, but gold wins.  Grin

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December 13, 2013, 02:27:19 PM
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why isn't quark used as a supercomputer for the large hadron collider program to understand the behaviour of the quark particles?
Same with gold. Humanity uses enormous amount of energy to mine a metal that doesn't do anything...we just sit on it...or in best case use for exchange.
No. Gold is not only used in jewelry, finances and investing but due to its nature of being a highly efficient conductor it is also used in electronics and computers. It is further used in dentistry and medicine as well as in aerospace and more. It is basically used in a wide variety of industries.

Yes...but that is a tiny tiny amount compared to the amount we just sit on.
And it's not like it's needed for our teeth. Not like our survival depends on it. I'm sure a less energy intensive material would do just as fine a job.
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December 13, 2013, 02:30:44 PM
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why isn't quark used as a supercomputer for the large hadron collider program to understand the behaviour of the quark particles?
Same with gold. Humanity uses enormous amount of energy to mine a metal that doesn't do anything...we just sit on it...or in best case use for exchange.
No. Gold is not only used in jewelry, finances and investing but due to its nature of being a highly efficient conductor it is also used in electronics and computers. It is further used in dentistry and medicine as well as in aerospace and more. It is basically used in a wide variety of industries.

Yes...but that is a tiny tiny amount compared to the amount we just sit on.
And it's not like it's needed for our teeth. Not like our survival depends on it. I'm sure a less energy intensive material would do just as fine a job.

+1, exactly.

But there is a reason why all cultures around the world, in all history have valued gold.

It's beautiful, and for a blacksmith gold is THE most wonderful material to work with, because you can bring it in any form you want, without much hassle.

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December 13, 2013, 03:07:40 PM
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So I downloaded this MyCoins gadget for Win 7 from http://domchi.cc/mycoins/index.htm

Installed it, no prob.  Now here's the hard part.  I can't get the darned thing to work!

I have tried the following API sources:

http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=QRK/BTC

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https://bter.com/api/1/ticker/qrk_btc

Has anyone ever gotten this thing to work?  Your suggestion and sources are welcome.  Go QRK!

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December 13, 2013, 03:11:26 PM
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So I downloaded this MyCoins gadget for Win 7 from http://domchi.cc/mycoins/index.htm

Installed it, no prob.  Now here's the hard part.  I can't get the darned thing to work!

I have tried the following API sources:

http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=QRK/BTC

and

https://bter.com/api/1/ticker/qrk_btc

Has anyone ever gotten this thing to work?  Your suggestion and sources are welcome.  Go QRK!

http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=QRK/BTC
is incorrect api usage.

You have to do it like this:

Open the QRK BTC chart:

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/71

what is the number you see in the url?

71

this is the marketid

so you have to apply an api call like this:
http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=71

and it works.

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December 13, 2013, 03:27:46 PM
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So I downloaded this MyCoins gadget for Win 7 from http://domchi.cc/mycoins/index.htm

Installed it, no prob.  Now here's the hard part.  I can't get the darned thing to work!

I have tried the following API sources:

http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=QRK/BTC

and

https://bter.com/api/1/ticker/qrk_btc

Has anyone ever gotten this thing to work?  Your suggestion and sources are welcome.  Go QRK!

http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=QRK/BTC
is incorrect api usage.

You have to do it like this:

Open the QRK BTC chart:

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/71

what is the number you see in the url?

71

this is the marketid

so you have to apply an api call like this:
http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=71

and it works.

I appreciate your input.  But when pasting your data into the gadget, it still doesn't work.  On an aside, I do have the BTC and LTC gadgets working, so I am not in totally new territory here.

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December 13, 2013, 04:16:13 PM
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I appreciate your input.  But when pasting your data into the gadget, it still doesn't work.  On an aside, I do have the BTC and LTC gadgets working, so I am not in totally new territory here.

Before you copy any api-call into a gadget, first test what the api call actually returns if you simply open the call in a browser window:

http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=71

So this is the singlemarketdata method.
Maybe you are looking for another method...

or, as you see when you look at the result of this api call... its a json array with many many different rates of the last hours or so.

You probably only need the first item of this array...

and that's probably why your gadget doesn't work with it. Because they expect a single line, not a large array.

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