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March 03, 2018, 10:09:50 PM
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Shit coin?


There will ways be people around who will bash a coin. I'm sure the people in this thread, who dumped ripple when it was 5 stats are regretting listening to the guy who said it was a scam


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1908676.0


One guy committed suicide

Who committed suicide? And why? Because he sold ripple?  Shocked
Pity the guy who sold ripple at 30cent not worth your life

Lol I was one of those guys who had a couple hundred thousand ripple coins and sold them right before it started mooning. Ohh well you can never predict the market.

Anywho let's get back to XTL and leave ripple behind xD.

The vast majority of CryptoNote coins are forks of Bytecoin using the Forknote tool. These coins are naturally much less developed than the monero code. Coins like INTS, TRTL,XAO,KRB and even ETN initially (they moved to monero b4 launch) are all forknote coins. That in itself is over 80% of all CryptoNote coins out there.

You then have a few coins that are forks of the monero chain which don't do anything different except change the emission factor & supply of the coin.

This coin is implementing new code consistently, has an active community/dev team and is ACTUALLY working on their roadmap (which can't be said for most coins tbh).

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March 03, 2018, 10:46:35 PM
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Shit coin?


There will ways be people around who will bash a coin. I'm sure the people in this thread, who dumped ripple when it was 5 stats are regretting listening to the guy who said it was a scam


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1908676.0


One guy committed suicide

Who committed suicide? And why? Because he sold ripple?  Shocked
Pity the guy who sold ripple at 30cent not worth your life

Lol I was one of those guys who had a couple hundred thousand ripple coins and sold them right before it started mooning. Ohh well you can never predict the market.

Anywho let's get back to XTL and leave ripple behind xD.

The vast majority of CryptoNote coins are forks of Bytecoin using the Forknote tool. These coins are naturally much less developed than the monero code. Coins like INTS, TRTL,XAO,KRB and even ETN initially (they moved to monero b4 launch) are all forknote coins. That in itself is over 80% of all CryptoNote coins out there.

You then have a few coins that are forks of the monero chain which don't do anything different except change the emission factor & supply of the coin.

This coin is implementing new code consistently, has an active community/dev team and is ACTUALLY working on their roadmap (which can't be said for most coins tbh).
Well said plus every roadmap i have ever read never gets it right, you cant predict the future.
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March 04, 2018, 06:08:45 AM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
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March 04, 2018, 09:02:46 PM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing
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March 04, 2018, 09:14:33 PM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing

Monero is hard forking on March 14th. It's changing POW algorithm to prevent ASIC miners and to remove mass botnets. They want to see if the community wants to follow in that direction as well.

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March 05, 2018, 12:08:59 AM
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how do I vote? does my btctalk account need to be a certain age/level?
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March 05, 2018, 12:11:03 AM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing

Monero is hard forking on March 14th. It's changing POW algorithm to be prevent ASIC miners and to remove mass botnets. They want to see if the community wants to follow in that direction as well.
So how would you change the coin through coding im a bit confussed
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March 05, 2018, 01:49:45 AM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing

Monero is hard forking on March 14th. It's changing POW algorithm to be prevent ASIC miners and to remove mass botnets. They want to see if the community wants to follow in that direction as well.
So how would you change the coin through coding im a bit confussed

A hard fork to a slightly different POW algorithm.

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March 05, 2018, 01:52:40 AM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing

Monero is hard forking on March 14th. It's changing POW algorithm to be prevent ASIC miners and to remove mass botnets. They want to see if the community wants to follow in that direction as well.
So how would you change the coin through coding im a bit confussed

A hard fork to a slightly different POW algorithm.

Which algo is monero forking too?
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March 05, 2018, 02:00:57 AM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing

Monero is hard forking on March 14th. It's changing POW algorithm to prevent ASIC miners and to remove mass botnets. They want to see if the community wants to follow in that direction as well.

Is that the XMR fork that is called MoneroV? Or is that a different story? I only heard that many are buying XMR now to receive a new coin when the fork happens.

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March 05, 2018, 04:21:44 AM
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A nice coin with a interesting project..

I liked! Cheesy
Whats happening with the Poll are things changing

Monero is hard forking on March 14th. It's changing POW algorithm to prevent ASIC miners and to remove mass botnets. They want to see if the community wants to follow in that direction as well.

Is that the XMR fork that is called MoneroV? Or is that a different story? I only heard that many are buying XMR now to receive a new coin when the fork happens.

Yea it's the moneroV fork. I don't think they necessarily want to change the algorithm anytime soon. I think they just want to know what the community would like if some sort of ASIC was released for CryptoNight.

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March 05, 2018, 04:56:55 AM
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March 05, 2018, 07:23:28 AM
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For one, I'm happy with the ticker change. Don't know why, but XTL just rolls off the tongue easier.
Also, someone fill my order on crex24 already  Grin
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March 05, 2018, 11:41:41 AM
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i'm having problems when running the GUI wallet on Windows 10.
Fails with all sorts of errors.
Do you know where I can find a stable XTL GUI wallet?
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March 05, 2018, 11:45:15 AM
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i'm having problems when running the GUI wallet on Windows 10.
Fails with all sorts of errors.
Do you know where I can find a stable XTL GUI wallet?

download this wallet and follow below instruction:

https://github.com/stellitecoin/StelliteGUI/releases

There are some common issues faced by people, you can try out their appropriate solutions

Extract the GUI wallet in a directory with no spaces like c:\stellitewallet or d:\wallet.
Exclude this directory from your antivirus as it will show a miner inside stellited.exe which is correct.
This file is needed to connect to the blockchain and without it the wallet wil fail.
Mining is standard not enabled you can change that in the Cli enviroment with commando start_mining.
Don't remove any files from the downloaded wallet GUI or add any files or folders.
When you startup wallet.exe check if stellitd.exe is running in the background via taskmanager. If not first step is check is did your antivirus blocked it.
Double check again if you are using a directory without any spaces and if you started wallet.exe with Administrator rights.
Also check if the stellite wallet is allowed access to the internet in your firewall.
It's advisable not to load both the GUI and Cli version at the same time because both need access to stellited.exe
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March 05, 2018, 12:11:19 PM
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And dont forget to vote today at : https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing for XTL Stellite to be listed.
we are now number 4 lets get that number 3 position it should be doable if we all register and vote today (and every 24 hours after)
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March 05, 2018, 06:26:11 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
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March 05, 2018, 08:10:05 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense
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March 05, 2018, 08:23:37 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.
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March 05, 2018, 09:36:23 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

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