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Author Topic: [ANN] Colossuscoin- 1.5.1 BIG, STRONG, and FRIENDLY  (Read 120967 times)
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January 26, 2014, 01:45:01 AM
Last edit: January 26, 2014, 01:26:43 PM by Hippie Tech
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You forgot to add the part where mudderfudder dumped the premine and easymine he made, before mining was brought to a halt.

No doubt, this would have easily paid for his sailing trip. Tongue


Muddafudda exited the project completely and has no involvement whatsoever. This project has nothing to do with you and your  $100 crusade against Muddafudda, yet you come here and routinely try to devalue our hard work with baseless claims that has NOTHING to do with us.

If Muddafudda had dumped his shares, that is his choice to do so and would have been at a price 30% lower than it is now. If you read the charts, the price stayed the same for weeks before the trading halt.

Although I haven't had the opportunity to talk with Muddafudda, I can see why he would file a lawsuit against you for slander and harassment.

This is not about a mere 5 LTC. This is about the miners and investors who have suffered significant losses thanks to their involvement, with some or many, of the dozens of coins I am alleging he and/or his group are responsible for.

The following was taken from the Maples/MPL main thread.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=288690.0


UPDATE:

Looks like this coin has also fallen victim to the negative target spacing problem that has plagued many other coins recently; however, this one seems to have failed much earlier. Last proof-of-work block was accepted around 8th October 2013. scrypt/proof-of-work mining would have stopped working at this time.

I tried a short run of test mining and the behaviour is identical to the other coins such as ADT, CDC, ORB etc which have the same bug: miner finds a block, but the client quietly ignores it, never announcing it to the network.

There is one strange difference I've noticed when compared to the other failed coins. My client appears to be minting proof-of-stake blocks that are of the same value (8+ Maples) as a proof-of-work block, but the network is reporting the expected smaller amounts of a proof-of-stake win (0.03 or lower)

My client says I generated this block and was granted 8.03843900:

    {
        "account" : "",
        "category" : "generate",
       "amount" : 8.03843900,
        "confirmations" : 172,
        "generated" : true,
       "blockhash" : "da42cd01bd50a31fa62dc92f88193b8b4cdcc8120ff4db293659a755b257610e",
        "blockindex" : 1,
        "blocktime" : 1388184041,
        "txid" : "29eb59bd78293fd17fd0158d08593144ae25e6c664c26b9d82a2930e23c21ad7",
        "time" : 1388184041,
        "tx-comment" : "",
        "timereceived" : 1388184041
    },


But viewing block da42cd01bd50a31fa62dc92f88193b8b4cdcc8120ff4db293659a755b257610e directly, says the network only minted 0.01440100, and that it's a proof-of-stake block:


{
    "hash" : "da42cd01bd50a31fa62dc92f88193b8b4cdcc8120ff4db293659a755b257610e",
    "confirmations" : 172,
    "size" : 415,
    "height" : 46004,
    "version" : 4,
    "merkleroot" : "7638ccb3f2fa211653a77928d019f45c5a0555d1bfe3f66d64b507c9d8fef445",
   "mint" : 0.01440100,
    "time" : 1388184041,
    "nonce" : 0,
    "bits" : "1e00ffff",
    "difficulty" : 0.00390625,
    "previousblockhash" : "095fa298f1eace4692d139b1c48e9dd350b4a6711228b798bd596754e4c18ed2",
    "nextblockhash" : "9d3a5853df07ba76f20bdd821b110a34ecd8f135d27cf086cd985c62b1795388",
   "flags" : "proof-of-stake stake-modifier",
    "proofhash" : "000005537eec502ca34a408317da3ab33c263ee8b5f3aef755eb5e1968b143ce",
    "entropybit" : 0,
    "modifier" : "07c26fe21ffac077",
    "modifierchecksum" : "30498a3c",
    "tx" : [
        "8d71db4788c75d7411b9c72a65db33d9291dd1384ec180a9a979db87e7dbf496",
        "29eb59bd78293fd17fd0158d08593144ae25e6c664c26b9d82a2930e23c21ad7"
    ],
    "signature" : "3046022100dd3507628db2f9175f39083ab1b2fb74f78988e097a97db5be0c3508a5be5a8602210 0e13af2a5cef9e1257ad5b7e7ed61f89b1b70fa5151e706e482131fbff1f981fa"
}


So although Maples can't be directly mined right now, it looks like those who hold a balance and keep their client running may be still able to mint normal block amounts. (?!) My balance is increasing, and I was able to send the entire amount to another address (which I realise now I shouldn't have done - no more PoS for a while!), so it looks like those 8+ PoS numbers my client is reporting are real.

I guess that leaves us in a weird elitist chicken and egg situation where you already need to have coins, in order to be able to generate new coins. Mind blown.

Is it really that much of a leap of faith to consider the possibility that COL, MPL and many others were specifically set to become what are, essentially, alts disguised as IPOs ?


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January 26, 2014, 02:20:30 AM
Last edit: January 26, 2014, 02:13:34 PM by sudo23
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Our Plans:
  • We are planning to fix the current Colossuscoin Wallet permanently as a first step.
  • The fix includes an adjustment of the transaction fee structure to 0.05% fee per transaction.
  • 100% of transaction fees will be allocated to the Development Fund and to the Colossuscoin Foundation.
  • The Colossuscoin Foundation helping to advance and promote Colossuscoin adoption.
  • The second step is a redesign and launch of a whole new improved Colossuscoin blockchain with improvements to the Development Fund which would allow us
    to re-evaluate fees and pay a portion of fees collected from transactions as added interest on top of Proof of Stake.
  • We are working hard behind the scenes improving all areas of the foundation, a bright future lays before us, full of potential and challenges.
  • Colossuscointalk and its members work together to create a strengthened platform and improved Colossuscoin Foundation on www.Colossuscointalk.org

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January 26, 2014, 07:49:27 AM
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working block explorer?
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January 26, 2014, 08:02:46 AM
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You forgot to add the part where mudderfudder dumped the premine and easymine he made, before mining was brought to a halt.

No doubt, this would have easily paid for his sailing trip. Tongue


Muddafudda exited the project completely and has no involvement whatsoever. This project has nothing to do with you and your  $100 crusade against Muddafudda, yet you come here and routinely try to devalue our hard work with baseless claims that has NOTHING to do with us.

If Muddafudda had dumped his shares, that is his choice to do so and would have been at a price 30% lower than it is now. If you read the charts, the price stayed the same for weeks before the trading halt.

Although I haven't had the opportunity to talk with Muddafudda, I can see why he would file a lawsuit against you for slander and harassment.

This is not about a mere 5 LTC. This is about the miners and investors who have suffered significant losses thanks to their involvement, with some or many of the dozens of coins I am alleging he and/or his group are responsible for.

The following was taken from the Maples/MPL main thread.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=288690.0


UPDATE:

Looks like this coin has also fallen victim to the negative target spacing problem that has plagued many other coins recently; however, this one seems to have failed much earlier. Last proof-of-work block was accepted around 8th October 2013. scrypt/proof-of-work mining would have stopped working at this time.

I tried a short run of test mining and the behaviour is identical to the other coins such as ADT, CDC, ORB etc which have the same bug: miner finds a block, but the client quietly ignores it, never announcing it to the network.

There is one strange difference I've noticed when compared to the other failed coins. My client appears to be minting proof-of-stake blocks that are of the same value (8+ Maples) as a proof-of-work block, but the network is reporting the expected smaller amounts of a proof-of-stake win (0.03 or lower)

My client says I generated this block and was granted 8.03843900:

    {
        "account" : "",
        "category" : "generate",
       "amount" : 8.03843900,
        "confirmations" : 172,
        "generated" : true,
       "blockhash" : "da42cd01bd50a31fa62dc92f88193b8b4cdcc8120ff4db293659a755b257610e",
        "blockindex" : 1,
        "blocktime" : 1388184041,
        "txid" : "29eb59bd78293fd17fd0158d08593144ae25e6c664c26b9d82a2930e23c21ad7",
        "time" : 1388184041,
        "tx-comment" : "",
        "timereceived" : 1388184041
    },


But viewing block da42cd01bd50a31fa62dc92f88193b8b4cdcc8120ff4db293659a755b257610e directly, says the network only minted 0.01440100, and that it's a proof-of-stake block:


{
    "hash" : "da42cd01bd50a31fa62dc92f88193b8b4cdcc8120ff4db293659a755b257610e",
    "confirmations" : 172,
    "size" : 415,
    "height" : 46004,
    "version" : 4,
    "merkleroot" : "7638ccb3f2fa211653a77928d019f45c5a0555d1bfe3f66d64b507c9d8fef445",
   "mint" : 0.01440100,
    "time" : 1388184041,
    "nonce" : 0,
    "bits" : "1e00ffff",
    "difficulty" : 0.00390625,
    "previousblockhash" : "095fa298f1eace4692d139b1c48e9dd350b4a6711228b798bd596754e4c18ed2",
    "nextblockhash" : "9d3a5853df07ba76f20bdd821b110a34ecd8f135d27cf086cd985c62b1795388",
   "flags" : "proof-of-stake stake-modifier",
    "proofhash" : "000005537eec502ca34a408317da3ab33c263ee8b5f3aef755eb5e1968b143ce",
    "entropybit" : 0,
    "modifier" : "07c26fe21ffac077",
    "modifierchecksum" : "30498a3c",
    "tx" : [
        "8d71db4788c75d7411b9c72a65db33d9291dd1384ec180a9a979db87e7dbf496",
        "29eb59bd78293fd17fd0158d08593144ae25e6c664c26b9d82a2930e23c21ad7"
    ],
    "signature" : "3046022100dd3507628db2f9175f39083ab1b2fb74f78988e097a97db5be0c3508a5be5a8602210 0e13af2a5cef9e1257ad5b7e7ed61f89b1b70fa5151e706e482131fbff1f981fa"
}


So although Maples can't be directly mined right now, it looks like those who hold a balance and keep their client running may be still able to mint normal block amounts. (?!) My balance is increasing, and I was able to send the entire amount to another address (which I realise now I shouldn't have done - no more PoS for a while!), so it looks like those 8+ PoS numbers my client is reporting are real.

I guess that leaves us in a weird elitist chicken and egg situation where you already need to have coins, in order to be able to generate new coins. Mind blown.

Is it really that much of a leap of faith to consider the possibility that COL, MPL and many others were specifically set to become what are, essentially, alts disguised as IPOs ?



So you come here trying to debase the value of our investments and hamper progress because you think there is some shadow group behind it all?
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January 26, 2014, 08:59:16 AM
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I think COL start RISE.
100 latoshi? Its good Cheesy
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January 26, 2014, 09:02:47 AM
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coinedump has some troubles with colossus now, hope they fix it quick

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January 26, 2014, 11:05:41 AM
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I deposited coins into coinedup.com. Many hours passed and the transactions have not been confirmed yet...
Is it a problem of coinedup.com or the whole colossuscoin network?
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January 26, 2014, 11:11:23 AM
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I cant seem to sync my local wallet either, says no block source available.
May be coinedup is having similar issues.
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January 26, 2014, 11:15:30 AM
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I cant seem to sync my local wallet either, says no block source available.
May be coinedup is having similar issues.

Thank you, templebar Smiley
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January 26, 2014, 11:41:26 AM
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The troubles at coinedump probably dont have any relation with wallet syncing because the deposit appears as pending, without synchronisation it would never appear in their wallet.

I call this issue ACDS - Acquired Craptsy Deficiency Syndrome   Grin

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January 26, 2014, 11:46:49 AM
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any chance to fix the wallet. any developer here .please tell.?

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January 26, 2014, 11:49:25 AM
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The troubles at coinedump probably dont have any relation with wallet syncing because the deposit appears as pending, without synchronisation it would never appear in their wallet.

I call this issue ACDS - Acquired Craptsy Deficiency Syndrome   Grin

Yes, I suspect that their wallet is off, since the transactions have got many confirmations.
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January 26, 2014, 01:13:25 PM
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any chance to fix the wallet. any developer here .please tell.?

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January 26, 2014, 02:40:01 PM
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COL looks strong and healthy guys, and this is just the beginning !!!  Smiley
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January 26, 2014, 02:59:47 PM
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COL looks strong and healthy guys, and this is just the beginning !!!  Smiley
50 latoshi tonight! I think!
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January 26, 2014, 03:03:02 PM
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Hi,
Colossuscoin wallet is working, and syncing? What nodes?
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January 26, 2014, 03:13:10 PM
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COL looks strong and healthy guys, and this is just the beginning !!!  Smiley
50 latoshi tonight! I think!

That would be great. But that's nothing yet, think a few months ahead, 500 Latoshi wouldn't surprise me this year.
I think great things are coming up for this coin.
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January 26, 2014, 03:32:03 PM
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COL looks strong and healthy guys, and this is just the beginning !!!  Smiley
50 latoshi tonight! I think!

That would be great. But that's nothing yet, think a few months ahead, 500 Latoshi wouldn't surprise me this year.
I think great things are coming up for this coin.


Yes. There are currently some fairly big walls up to 40 latoshi, but if those get knocked out, this coin can really begin to grow!
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January 26, 2014, 05:40:54 PM
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Go down Sad
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January 26, 2014, 06:34:08 PM
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Because market is flooded now by colossusses from coinedump, there were 12 hours blocked deposits. The real price is at craptsy, i laugh to people who bought at 40 satoshi at coinedump when at craptsy there was the price around 20.

However coinedump has another problem, deposits are probably working but i am unable to login so...

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