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February 20, 2018, 09:34:16 PM
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I read the White Paper and have to say that I love this coin! I hope the IPFS integration is released early. It will be a great step forward for Stellite and cryptocurrencies in general. Any information on upcoming exchanges? I live in the US and Crex doesn't seem to work here
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February 20, 2018, 10:10:14 PM
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I read the White Paper and have to say that I love this coin! I hope the IPFS integration is released early. It will be a great step forward for Stellite and cryptocurrencies in general. Any information on upcoming exchanges? I live in the US and Crex doesn't seem to work here

I also hope iOS app gets released, would be so cool for a Cryptonote coin. And to use Crex if you're on chrome download the SetupVPN extension and set country to UK or any other besides US/Canada.

Then there is also https://tradeogre.com
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February 20, 2018, 10:10:47 PM
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I read the White Paper and have to say that I love this coin! I hope the IPFS integration is released early. It will be a great step forward for Stellite and cryptocurrencies in general. Any information on upcoming exchanges? I live in the US and Crex doesn't seem to work here
You could try using TradeOgre. It should be operational in the US. Other than that, there should be a Bisq listing in the next few days.
We are currently revising the White Paper for grammar and formality, but thank you for your positive feedback on it! We are trying to get the IPFS integration out early.

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February 21, 2018, 03:24:12 AM
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Dev's primarily job is coding not pumping his coin.
Dev please ignore any FUD.
Take care


make real achievement and put trust from people with your coins also can pump its price in the market. what do you expected from "pumping coin" terms? buy in high price in the market? oh, come on... that's cheating.

what dev's do is to attract attention from people to use their coins. first of all, big supply of coins make it worthless as a new coin. admit it.

second of all, how you can make people or market will use or accept your coin if it is worthless?

third of all, it is up to dev for the future of their coins.


all of us except newbies already seen so many coins abandoned by its devs and community. release it, then leave it because it is worthless. just prepare yourself guys. this coin is on the way to one satoshi. the dev may mark it as a failed project then leave it and make the new one just like the last one. they may, and they are able to do it. just wait and see ...
Let me just ask you one question. Do you like scams? From what I read in your posts, that's exactly what you want from Stellite. Well, guess what! This is not a scamcoin and we will not artificially increase the price. We are here to innovate. If the free market decides that this innovation isn't needed, let it be! If you are only here to make money, I'm sorry but that is not our goal.

well dev, you just quoted my post about "make real achievement and put trust from people with your coins also can pump its price in the market. what do you expected from "pumping coin" terms? buy in high price in the market? oh, come on... that's cheating."

i am clearly mentioned buy in high price in the market is cheating! then why did you told me that i want a scam? well, do you feel like to be a scamcoin developer? to be honest, you just quoted the post with wrong replies. are you feeling busted or what?

i clearly mentioned to NOT DOING SCAM but you quoted and said "This is not a scamcoin"
your act left me a big question mark, dev!

Dude wtf are you even saying? I can't undestand your english lmao. Get out of here you troll. The dev has been doing a great job thus far. Communication has been excellent, nobody has time for you crying. You're making yourself look like a fool expecting  a coin that is A FEW WEEKS OLD (you damn dense tard) to have a steady growing price. 

1) Stop beggining
2) You should never use terms such as "pump" for growth you troll
3) Learn english a bit better xD

you understand. you just pretend that you are don't understand because youre just turn into a hater. you even more hate me when i said i got 87kh and skipped my posts and reply only with one big line, which is ENGLISH. your english not even better and that's why you don't understand.

oh, in fact. only you who complained about ENGLISH, where the others still able to communicate with my HORRIBLE english. i don;t know if it is because you a hundred percent do not understand (my) english or hate my 87kh. or maybe it originally your personality as a hatred


yeah, sister. let us see how this A FEW WEEKS OLD (you damn dense tard) to have a steady growing price.

Show me your 87kh/s farm I'll show you screenshots of mines. You moron no need to lie ahahaha.

and then what? you will start nice with me and pretend that everything was just mistaken? will say that my english is better and start begging to send you cheap cards from asia? get those damn fishy mind out from your head, sister! get someone else to deal with it. whatever you saying, you may call me moron. your trick is useless. you f* western people will nice to asian people only if you need something from us.


well, wish you are not a western.

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my first language isn't english, not even fourth. so what you expected? being a fluently english speaker like you do? youre not lucky enough if your first language is english. or perhaps you only know english and only speak english in your entire life. for me, got five daily languages and english not even my fourth. so, if you are a native english speaker and think that youre smart enough just because your english is better than me, then think again i got five daily languages and english not even my fourth. youre just a miner and a jobless in a real world. deal with it.

5 daily languages:
1. your native language
2. bullshit
3. butthurt
4. troll
5. english

Yup... that's 5 Tongue

what you expected anyway? be like you with first or second language is english? so everyday you eat shitlish then. your native probably shitlish. everyday you talking about bullshits in shitlish. trolling with shitlish. cursing with shitlish everyday you got butthurt. your daily life is full of shitlish, and look... you speak shit with english only, and what you know for your daily life is only speak shitlish and nothing more. now, you are here quoted my post in shitelite thread. an elite shit. eat that shit you shitlish eater. lol  Grin

You hurt my feelings... Now I have to go to my safe space Sad
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February 21, 2018, 03:29:52 AM
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Lol yea just ignore that troll. He doesn't speak english. Don't understand his chinese google translate.

You need a solid exchange to ease trade between people. Keep in mind the dev team has only a small .6% of the supply. Possitive price action will naturally facilitate future development. Projects like this take time to grow. I like the vision of the team since I firmly believe https will be phased out in the near future.


I just about fell off my chair reading the first part of this message. Cheesy

But sadly... I don't think you will find his chinese by Google translate.  Better to try Google shitslate.  You might get better results.
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February 21, 2018, 03:32:17 AM
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I see they added the wallet to TradeOgre
looks like it will be added tonight!


What?


Use Google shitslate to translate it from shitglish to shitnese, then you will understand. Cheesy
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February 21, 2018, 03:37:18 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
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February 21, 2018, 04:21:59 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
Initially I too had similar reservations and held back from investing too much into this. But subsequent interaction with the devs cleared my doubts.
Man, they seriously know what they are doing! Don't take my word for it, talk to the real guys behind the project and they are on discord and very helpful.
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February 21, 2018, 04:41:03 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
Initially I too had similar reservations and held back from investing too much into this. But subsequent interaction with the devs cleared my doubts.
Man, they seriously know what they are doing! Don't take my word for it, talk to the real guys behind the project and they are on discord and very helpful.

Yes it's possible, especially with a high-end mobile cpu. Surely not profitable but one can actually attain an integer sum of coins to participate on the network.
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February 21, 2018, 04:46:59 AM
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This coin will be huge hopefully up with electronium
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February 21, 2018, 05:20:30 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
Initially I too had similar reservations and held back from investing too much into this. But subsequent interaction with the devs cleared my doubts.
Man, they seriously know what they are doing! Don't take my word for it, talk to the real guys behind the project and they are on discord and very helpful.

Yes it's possible, especially with a high-end mobile cpu. Surely not profitable but one can actually attain an integer sum of coins to participate on the network.
Even CPU mining isn't profitable if I'm correct.
The Vega are best for crypto night.
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February 21, 2018, 06:27:05 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
Initially I too had similar reservations and held back from investing too much into this. But subsequent interaction with the devs cleared my doubts.
Man, they seriously know what they are doing! Don't take my word for it, talk to the real guys behind the project and they are on discord and very helpful.

Yes it's possible, especially with a high-end mobile cpu. Surely not profitable but one can actually attain an integer sum of coins to participate on the network.
Even CPU mining isn't profitable if I'm correct.
The Vega are best for crypto night.


Depends on which part of the world you are from due to electricity costs. For me CPU mining is profitable.
I tried their web miner on phone and am getting 10H/s on IOS but battery drains super fast. I guess mobiles mostly charges from office or outside home so the utility cost won't weigh in for majority. So basically if there are 4-5 mobiles in the household and can attain 25H on each phone, that's around 100H which is decent i think. And yeah, to attain 25H on mobile without draining battery / resources would be a big task with a lot of low level coding which I believe the devs are capable of.
Technology wise, IPFS / ZN is more important because then literally it is free from any central control...which is a big risk for all cryptos I guess...
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February 21, 2018, 06:40:22 AM
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The difficulty is too high while the price is too low, I do not see the profit when digging this coin?
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February 21, 2018, 06:55:16 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
Initially I too had similar reservations and held back from investing too much into this. But subsequent interaction with the devs cleared my doubts.
Man, they seriously know what they are doing! Don't take my word for it, talk to the real guys behind the project and they are on discord and very helpful.

Yes it's possible, especially with a high-end mobile cpu. Surely not profitable but one can actually attain an integer sum of coins to participate on the network.
Even CPU mining isn't profitable if I'm correct.
The Vega are best for crypto night.


CPU mining is still profitable. My AMD 1800X hashes 585H/s. It mines about 4350 STL a day even with a network hash of 3.5Mh/s. Keep in mind the price tipically goes up along with the net hash. CPUs tend to be less powerful than GPUs but they can still be profitable. If you have a weaker CPU it might not be practical just like using older GPUs.

I like crypto
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February 21, 2018, 11:16:32 AM
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Is mining on Android even possible?
Initially I too had similar reservations and held back from investing too much into this. But subsequent interaction with the devs cleared my doubts.
Man, they seriously know what they are doing! Don't take my word for it, talk to the real guys behind the project and they are on discord and very helpful.

Yes it's possible, especially with a high-end mobile cpu. Surely not profitable but one can actually attain an integer sum of coins to participate on the network.
Even CPU mining isn't profitable if I'm correct.
The Vega are best for crypto night.


CPU mining is still profitable. My AMD 1800X hashes 585H/s. It mines about 4350 STL a day even with a network hash of 3.5Mh/s. Keep in mind the price tipically goes up along with the net hash. CPUs tend to be less powerful than GPUs but they can still be profitable. If you have a weaker CPU it might not be practical just like using older GPUs.

My Xeon dual cpu 48 cores with 60MB L3 cache works great.
It gets around 1500H/s.
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February 21, 2018, 05:38:39 PM
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My Intel i5 gets around 250 to 300H/s using xmrig miner... can get a couple of thousan stellited a day that way easily Smiley  actually CPU mining outperforms my GPU Cheesy
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February 21, 2018, 08:42:50 PM
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Soon cpus wont get you noting mine like mad now
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February 22, 2018, 12:16:15 AM
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Let's hope CPU's can last a while longer in this game Smiley

Maybe there is some hashing algo that could be developed, that even GPU's would have a problem with Wink
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February 22, 2018, 04:03:03 AM
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Let's hope CPU's can last a while longer in this game Smiley

Maybe there is some hashing algo that could be developed, that even GPU's would have a problem with Wink

There are CPU only coins like MAGI but I believe ASIC resistant but GPU and CPU mineable coins are the best because they provide the optimal ratio of network strength and power distribution.
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February 22, 2018, 04:05:47 AM
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Let's hope CPU's can last a while longer in this game Smiley

Maybe there is some hashing algo that could be developed, that even GPU's would have a problem with Wink

There are CPU only coins like MAGI but I believe ASIC resistant but GPU and CPU mineable coins are the best because they provide the optimal ratio of network strength and power distribution.
CPU is fair for everybody
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