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September 19, 2014, 07:00:20 AM
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Thats great and all, i just wish you would have made an entire new thread for your presta coin, instead of posting EVERYTHING, especially it not being english... No bueno, siñor lol.


what's the deal with coin payments, is it back, coming back, what's the deal ?

It never went away, new owners, everything is better than ever. :-)

Actually in the middle of a coin vote
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=771115


And for a nice full merchant list that grows every day, check out
https://www.coinpayments.net/store-directory

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September 19, 2014, 04:32:19 PM
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Thats great and all, i just wish you would have made an entire new thread for your presta coin, instead of posting EVERYTHING, especially it not being english... No bueno, siñor lol.


what's the deal with coin payments, is it back, coming back, what's the deal ?
This may be due to severe lack of interest in actually spending the coins Einsteinium. I opened recently and there was plenty of requests for merchants who accept, but I have yet to find an altcoin community that actually wants to support a merchant.
 Now Im sure that my marketing skills could use honing, and it's not the slickest site in the world, but for the effort which was put forth, the key members of these communities should have at least made some sort of effort to act as a catalyst for the coins to be used for real commerce.
Doge is likely the spendable coin, but even soft.
In my opinion, Bitcoin and all of it's descendants are steadily declining due to the fact that they have become something to hord as opposed to an alternative currency.

I entered the community for strictly political reasons of hatred for the global money monopoly, and see Bitcoin as perhaps the most effective weapon against the system.

The greed and corruption seen in these altcoin threads is enough to effectively diminish coins as a serious undertaking.


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September 19, 2014, 05:27:38 PM
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Thats great and all, i just wish you would have made an entire new thread for your presta coin, instead of posting EVERYTHING, especially it not being english... No bueno, siñor lol.


what's the deal with coin payments, is it back, coming back, what's the deal ?
This may be due to severe lack of interest in actually spending the coins Einsteinium. I opened recently and there was plenty of requests for merchants who accept, but I have yet to find an altcoin community that actually wants to support a merchant.
 Now Im sure that my marketing skills could use honing, and it's not the slickest site in the world, but for the effort which was put forth, the key members of these communities should have at least made some sort of effort to act as a catalyst for the coins to be used for real commerce.
Doge is likely the spendable coin, but even soft.
In my opinion, Bitcoin and all of it's descendants are steadily declining due to the fact that they have become something to hord as opposed to an alternative currency.

I entered the community for strictly political reasons of hatred for the global money monopoly, and see Bitcoin as perhaps the most effective weapon against the system.

The greed and corruption seen in these altcoin threads is enough to effectively diminish coins as a serious undertaking.





I think you might have gotten the question confused. I think he meant what about CoinPayments.net (Multicrypto Payment Processor), not payments with coins... lol

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September 22, 2014, 03:56:17 AM
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Thats great and all, i just wish you would have made an entire new thread for your presta coin, instead of posting EVERYTHING, especially it not being english... No bueno, siñor lol.


what's the deal with coin payments, is it back, coming back, what's the deal ?

It never went away, new owners, everything is better than ever. :-)

Actually in the middle of a coin vote
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=771115


And for a nice full merchant list that grows every day, check out
https://www.coinpayments.net/store-directory


Glad to see it alive and doing well.  Wink
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September 22, 2014, 11:10:44 AM
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great list of stores,

Thnx  Smiley
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September 23, 2014, 09:52:38 PM
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Is there any Bitmit alternatives? Auction to sell off digital goods such as gamecodes.

Spend GCN at World of electronics Transfer files at www.gfile.us 10k free per transfer Smiley
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September 26, 2014, 11:04:18 AM
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Working to scrub the list and add some of the missing ones I am finding here and there. Im also integrating the sticky with a web site:
www.shopwithcrypto.com
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September 26, 2014, 02:55:00 PM
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Working to scrub the list and add some of the missing ones I am finding here and there. Im also integrating the sticky with a web site:
www.shopwithcrypto.com

Good to see you still active.  Smiley

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September 26, 2014, 06:15:11 PM
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Yep I already cleaned it up a bit and intend to keep doing so. Just get sucked in to my paid jobs at times.
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September 27, 2014, 03:29:34 PM
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September 28, 2014, 06:28:45 PM
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Thats great and all, i just wish you would have made an entire new thread for your presta coin, instead of posting EVERYTHING, especially it not being english... No bueno, siñor lol.


what's the deal with coin payments, is it back, coming back, what's the deal ?
This may be due to severe lack of interest in actually spending the coins Einsteinium. I opened recently and there was plenty of requests for merchants who accept, but I have yet to find an altcoin community that actually wants to support a merchant.
 Now Im sure that my marketing skills could use honing, and it's not the slickest site in the world, but for the effort which was put forth, the key members of these communities should have at least made some sort of effort to act as a catalyst for the coins to be used for real commerce.
Doge is likely the spendable coin, but even soft.
In my opinion, Bitcoin and all of it's descendants are steadily declining due to the fact that they have become something to hord as opposed to an alternative currency.

I entered the community for strictly political reasons of hatred for the global money monopoly, and see Bitcoin as perhaps the most effective weapon against the system.

The greed and corruption seen in these altcoin threads is enough to effectively diminish coins as a serious undertaking.


I think you might have gotten the question confused. I think he meant what about CoinPayments.net (Multicrypto Payment Processor), not payments with coins... lol


Although you are correct, I also appreciate his direction as well, it is additionally helpful.

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September 28, 2014, 06:37:55 PM
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Thats great and all, i just wish you would have made an entire new thread for your presta coin, instead of posting EVERYTHING, especially it not being english... No bueno, siñor lol.


what's the deal with coin payments, is it back, coming back, what's the deal ?
This may be due to severe lack of interest in actually spending the coins Einsteinium. I opened recently and there was plenty of requests for merchants who accept, but I have yet to find an altcoin community that actually wants to support a merchant.
 Now Im sure that my marketing skills could use honing, and it's not the slickest site in the world, but for the effort which was put forth, the key members of these communities should have at least made some sort of effort to act as a catalyst for the coins to be used for real commerce.
Doge is likely the spendable coin, but even soft.
In my opinion, Bitcoin and all of it's descendants are steadily declining due to the fact that they have become something to hord as opposed to an alternative currency.

I entered the community for strictly political reasons of hatred for the global money monopoly, and see Bitcoin as perhaps the most effective weapon against the system.

The greed and corruption seen in these altcoin threads is enough to effectively diminish coins as a serious undertaking.


Roller24, you are cordially invited to create and present to the EMC2 community information about your store.  If you accept EMC2 at your store we will place a link to your store on our opening page.

We are willing to help you to help us.

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September 30, 2014, 02:16:51 PM
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Nice thread
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October 09, 2014, 12:44:09 PM
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A while back, I tried adding smartcoin SMC to the list of coins in the vote list at coinpayments.net

but after I had filled out the form, smartcoin was not showing in the list of coins to vote for.


Smartcoin needs a payment processor.


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October 14, 2014, 03:34:07 AM
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A while back, I tried adding smartcoin SMC to the list of coins in the vote list at coinpayments.net

but after I had filled out the form, smartcoin was not showing in the list of coins to vote for.


Smartcoin needs a payment processor.

Yes Smartcoin is a good coin. I mined it way back in February and march.  Nice to see it alive and well. Smiley
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October 14, 2014, 03:44:13 AM
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A while back, I tried adding smartcoin SMC to the list of coins in the vote list at coinpayments.net

but after I had filled out the form, smartcoin was not showing in the list of coins to vote for.


Smartcoin needs a payment processor.

Is there a list of these payment processors for altcoins? I've seen one on the op but I know there are others. Does anyone have a lost of most of them?
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October 15, 2014, 01:21:56 PM
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October 20, 2014, 03:53:53 AM
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Hello All,

I am looking for Developer / Programmer to review, audit, and fix any issues in the code for RAW Coin so it can be brought back online with Bittrex, and if possible, going forward doing work as needed on something of a 'contract' basis, where I would pay you with BTC or RAW as your work was needed.

I am taking over and doing many exciting things with RAW, as an alt coin, it already offers something many coins do not, go check out the thread and get an idea of what I am speaking of....

I need someone reputable, who is willing to do this for me, to respond with a PM ASAP.

I will be generous with my RAW bounty for any Dev willing to commit to working with me for the intermediate term. I would prefer to pay in RAW, (Enough to qualify you for the monthly 'Club #RawMetals packages), but I have BTC also.

Apparently there have been 'forks' in the code that needs to be addressed. Here is what the person from Bittrex wrote,

"The wallet has at least 3 forks and we can't keep the blockchain in sync.  We have disabled it until this is fixed.  There is no way for us to send coins off because we don't know which fork its on at this point."

How can we fix this? I also have a block explorer, rich list, etc already created here ---> http://altcoinguys.blockexperts.com/raw

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October 23, 2014, 03:57:06 PM
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An additional spot to list your store or service
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October 28, 2014, 01:52:30 AM
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An additional spot to list your store or service
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thanks for that  we will add www.einsteinium.biz to the various lists

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