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January 14, 2014, 11:57:58 AM
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Block reward down to 4:  http://quarkexplorer.com/block/544320

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January 14, 2014, 12:21:13 PM
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Block reward down to 4:  http://quarkexplorer.com/block/544320

and a 600 drop in difficulty , let's see where this goes... becoming interesting

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January 14, 2014, 12:22:54 PM
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i invested on quark and latest prices really hurt me. We expect more marketing from big owners...
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January 14, 2014, 12:31:44 PM
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i invested on quark and latest prices really hurt me. We expect more marketing from big owners...

Altcoins world is into crisis right now due to so many new coins that have been created lately. Most of them will die and we have to wait till this happen. You can also try day-trading...
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January 14, 2014, 12:32:08 PM
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i invested on quark and latest prices really hurt me. We expect more marketing from big owners...

Bitcoin itself is in trouble , nobody knows where will go , FUD is flying and being tossed everywhere , so the alt scene is all in pain.

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January 14, 2014, 12:33:34 PM
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i invested on quark and latest prices really hurt me. We expect more marketing from big owners...

I was thinking a few more bounties, for a mobile wallet for example.  Increasing visibility, for example a competition to see who can make the most people see the quark logo, in the same vein as http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/events/beatthedrum/

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January 14, 2014, 05:36:55 PM
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i invested on quark and latest prices really hurt me. We expect more marketing from big owners...

Bitcoin itself is in trouble , nobody knows where will go , FUD is flying and being tossed everywhere , so the alt scene is all in pain.

i invested on quark and latest prices really hurt me. We expect more marketing from big owners...

Altcoins world is into crisis right now due to so many new coins that have been created lately. Most of them will die and we have to wait till this happen. You can also try day-trading...

+1 guys, my thoughts exactly. The altcoin forums on Bitcointalk have become the new 4chan, otherwise known as the "asshole of the Internet". I've been on these forums since 2011 and the FUD, scams, sock puppets and crapcoin launches have truly hit epic proportions.

I'm doing exactly what Kevin Rose said he's doing and that is locking my portfolio down in cold storage. I have no doubt that ALL good cryptos are going to skyrocket this year and Quark is definitely going to be one of them.

The same shit is going on in the gold and silver markets - those who are in the know are shaking out the weak hands. Don't be one of them. Years from now when you look back on this time you can either look back in regret, or look back and smile knowing that the patience and discipline you showed when younger made you a wealthy man.
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January 14, 2014, 06:02:20 PM
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+1 guys, my thoughts exactly. The altcoin forums on Bitcointalk have become the new 4chan, otherwise known as the "asshole of the Internet". I've been on these forums since 2011 and the FUD, scams, sock puppets and crapcoin launches have truly hit epic proportions.

I'm doing exactly what Kevin Rose said he's doing and that is locking my portfolio down in cold storage. I have no doubt that ALL good cryptos are going to skyrocket this year and Quark is definitely going to be one of them.

The same shit is going on in the gold and silver markets - those who are in the know are shaking out the weak hands. Don't be one of them. Years from now when you look back on this time you can either look back in regret, or look back and smile knowing that the patience and discipline you showed when younger made you a wealthy man.

Yes, the market is trying to sort through all the wannabe alt-coins at the moment that have been dumped on the market.  Everyone looking to make a quick buck.  Literally 100's of coins have been created in the past few months.  Most coins these days are just scrypt clones, change the numbers around and BAM new coin!  Slap a new logo, premine, and you're good to go... zero innovation with nothing to add.

Look at all the scrypt coins listed here, and that's not all of them:
https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/178-scrypt-cryptocoins/

With Quark, unique & secure algo and a new distribution model with most centralized mining out of the picture.  It has a good shot.  Of course, where there is much reward, there is always much risk...

At the moment the best strategy I see is, mine at a profit-switching pool like multipool/middlecoin, then dump these alt-coins to buy BTC/LTC/ & QRK  Smiley
 

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January 14, 2014, 10:09:36 PM
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Quark needs a working block chain website for verifying address balances, and a mobile wallet if it is going to be adopted.It needs this like yesterday...
I am trying to get the people from blockr.io on board so we will see what they say..

Any suggestions on getting someone to modify an existing mobile wallet for Quark? Max Guevera says it should not be hard(although he himself is not experienced with mobile applications), he states that the APIs are very similar to Bitcoin...
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Last edit: January 15, 2014, 09:32:57 AM by willsteel
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Hello,

i have been testing out the following pools:

http://mine-pool.net/qrk/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool
and
http://www2.coinmine.pl/qrk/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

I was thinking about switching to a smaller pool because of the 51% discussions on QRK all around. However, I figured out that the "big" pool (coinmine.pl) has MUCH higher reward. And you guys can even see that without signing on that pools by visiting the URLs above.

For example, the top hashrate contributor on the small pool does about 22MHs and its shown that that gives him the ridiculous ammount of ~1 QRK/day. Similar hashrate on the coinmine pool gives ~130 QRK/day. Why is there such a huge difference? It is more than a HUNDRET times higher! I even tested it and the values seem correct to me, so i stopped using the small pool for now.

any clues?

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January 15, 2014, 01:13:34 AM
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We now officially accept Quarkcoin!!  Wink

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January 15, 2014, 04:12:07 AM
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I'm trying to connect to my quarkcoin daemon(on a vps) from my php website(godaddy);

Blockchain is up to date, here is conf file


The netstat --ip -lpa|grep quarkcoind command prints :


I can't see the port of quarkcoin p2p port(8910) in above image and I can't connect from php a test call :


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require_once 'jsonRPCClient.php';

$rpcclient = new jsonRPCClient('http://quarkuser:quarkpassword@106.186.119.138:8910');

$res = $rpcclient->getinfo();

echo print_r($res, true);

Where I'm doing mistake ?

Thanks


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January 15, 2014, 09:33:37 AM
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Hello,

i have been testing out the following pools:

http://mine-pool.net/qrk/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool
and
http://www2.coinmine.pl/qrk/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

I was thinking about switching to a smaller pool because of the 51% discussions on QRK all around. However, I figured out that the "big" pool (coinmine.pl) has MUCH higher reward. And you guys can even see that without signing on that pools by visiting the URLs above.

For example, the top hashrate contributor on the small pool does about 22MHs and its shown that that gives him the ridiculous ammount of ~1 QRK/day. Similar hashrate on the coinmine pool gives ~130 QRK/day. Why is there such a huge difference? It is more than a HUNDRET times higher! I even tested it and the values seem correct to me, so i stopped using the small pool for now.

any clues?

will

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January 15, 2014, 11:25:59 AM
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Hi,

What is the fastest miner for AMD CPU ?
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January 15, 2014, 11:51:51 AM
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Hello,

i have been testing out the following pools:

http://mine-pool.net/qrk/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool
and
http://www2.coinmine.pl/qrk/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

I was thinking about switching to a smaller pool because of the 51% discussions on QRK all around. However, I figured out that the "big" pool (coinmine.pl) has MUCH higher reward. And you guys can even see that without signing on that pools by visiting the URLs above.

For example, the top hashrate contributor on the small pool does about 22MHs and its shown that that gives him the ridiculous ammount of ~1 QRK/day. Similar hashrate on the coinmine pool gives ~130 QRK/day. Why is there such a huge difference? It is more than a HUNDRET times higher! I even tested it and the values seem correct to me, so i stopped using the small pool for now.

any clues?

will

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+1 guys, my thoughts exactly. The altcoin forums on Bitcointalk have become the new 4chan, otherwise known as the "asshole of the Internet". I've been on these forums since 2011 and the FUD, scams, sock puppets and crapcoin launches have truly hit epic proportions.
I'm doing exactly what Kevin Rose said he's doing and that is locking my portfolio down in cold storage. I have no doubt that ALL good cryptos are going to skyrocket this year and Quark is definitely going to be one of them.
The same shit is going on in the gold and silver markets - those who are in the know are shaking out the weak hands. Don't be one of them. Years from now when you look back on this time you can either look back in regret, or look back and smile knowing that the patience and discipline you showed when younger made you a wealthy man.
Yes, the market is trying to sort through all the wannabe alt-coins at the moment that have been dumped on the market.  Everyone looking to make a quick buck.  Literally 100's of coins have been created in the past few months.  Most coins these days are just scrypt clones, change the numbers around and BAM new coin!  Slap a new logo, premine, and you're good to go... zero innovation with nothing to add.
Look at all the scrypt coins listed here, and that's not all of them:
https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/178-scrypt-cryptocoins/
With Quark, unique & secure algo and a new distribution model with most centralized mining out of the picture.  It has a good shot.  Of course, where there is much reward, there is always much risk...
At the moment the best strategy I see is, mine at a profit-switching pool like multipool/middlecoin, then dump these alt-coins to buy BTC/LTC/ & QRK  Smiley

Lol guys, do I have to remind you that Quark is a copycoin ?

Wake up, we are in 2014. PoW is dead. Mining is dead. If you invest in any of these copycoin you are a fool.

The 2nd gen of cryptocurrency is 100% PoS and add innovates features like :
brand new software (not the fucking BitcoinQt)
routable through Tor and I2P
Decentralized Alias System / DNS
DDoS Protection
Transparent Mining
Arbitrary Messaging
Instant Transactions
Decentralized Marketplace / Auction
Distributed Storage
Multi-signatures
Blockchain Shrinking
Two-phase Payments
Voting System
Reputation System
Decentralized Mixing Service
Distributed Computing
Smart Contracts
Distributed Computing
Hardware Wallets
...

Does Quark have or plan to include any of these ? No.

Quark is one of the hundred of mine&dump coin. So mine it, dump it and let it die.


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January 15, 2014, 02:35:46 PM
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Where is Hype?
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January 15, 2014, 03:53:23 PM
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@superresitant If they are that great then they certainly won't need your little advertisement campaign.

Just stop with these cheap manipulation attempts. There is enough valid information about Quarkcoin's unique features, that these little FUD maneuvers are just a waste of time and forum space.


BTW: Quarkcoin got added to Coinmarket!! Finally a direct USD - QRK exchange  Grin Grin
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January 15, 2014, 04:51:20 PM
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@superresistant you are talking out of your ass. Quark is the third biggest Crypto family with over 12 clones already and almost instant transaction with 30 sec. faster than any top coin. Also those features you mentioned can be added to Quark at a later stage. It go added on CoinMKT already.

Also LTC is a copy of Tenebrix i don't see you whining about that, loser
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Well I was just in a bad mood and I tend to tell what I think in that case.

Do whatever you want !
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