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November 09, 2013, 07:34:10 PM
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@Dabs - pretty much on the ball..I did a spreadsheet working it out over 10 years. We can hope that maybe in 2 years time with 7 million coins out there, maybe the market would be around $100m, so the coin has to have a value around $15 to support that..

Are you sure you are NOT encouraging hoarding? hahahaha! Raise my limits please, I'm going to buy 1/7th of all tagcoins in 2 years. Smiley

10 years should see 32,175,945.067027 TAG.

@ny2cafuse, Mr TagMining, what's a good GPU or FPGA for this coin? Maybe someone is selling those cheap now.

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November 09, 2013, 08:45:53 PM
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Hey tagbond, how do I reward TAGs? I created a coupon. I noticed on the rewards the choice for rewarding tagcoins/wallet coins was inside the "Points" option. (Points>Wallet>1 TagCoin) I created this coupon, assigned it to everybody and redeemed it for everybody, also for a seperate account of mine I tried self-redeem and on both occasions the reward was a point, not a TagCoin. I have Tagcoins deposited in the community bank and this was intended to distribute 1 to each member.
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November 09, 2013, 09:06:15 PM
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@ny2cafuse, Mr TagMining, what's a good GPU or FPGA for this coin? Maybe someone is selling those cheap now.

FPGA probably isn't a good idea until the FPGA scrypt units are out(horus being the top choice I would think).  I run 7950s and they work pretty well.  I'm down 3 right now while I'm waiting on my buddy to get them set up at his place... lazy bastard.

lol... mr tagmining... classy.

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November 10, 2013, 03:13:28 AM
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@btbrae - When creating the rewards, make sure you have a TAG wallet created in the community you are using, so that will show in the coupon section for rewards. If you don;t have a wallet, then you cannot choose it, and only the points will show.. What you can do, and this is up to you, is to use the points as your own internal currency, and then convert that to TAG manually later, by letting them give you points in return for TAG... but I think simpler to do it the first way..Wink - You can edit the tagvert you created already, and just change it to TAG..

EDIT - I re read what you said...seems you have it set up right - we will check first thing in the morning (our time) to see why tat is happening - it should credit TAG, not points if that is what you set...

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November 10, 2013, 03:38:26 AM
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@btbrae - When creating the rewards, make sure you have a TAG wallet created in the community you are using, so that will show in the coupon section for rewards. If you don;t have a wallet, then you cannot choose it, and only the points will show.. What you can do, and this is up to you, is to use the points as your own internal currency, and then convert that to TAG manually later, by letting them give you points in return for TAG... but I think simpler to do it the first way..Wink - You can edit the tagvert you created already, and just change it to TAG..

EDIT - I re read what you said...seems you have it set up right - we will check first thing in the morning (our time) to see why tat is happening - it should credit TAG, not points if that is what you set...

Yeah it was a coupon set to reward TAGs, it still exists I just used it again to reward another 1 point to each member (even though it's still set to reward TAGs, I didn't change it so you could see). I'll let the members convert to TAGs when its sorted with a payed coupon I figured.

Also the actions dont seem to be rewarding points, they are listed on the community public rewards page and are all ticked for go in the admin. (Something to do with users having to be verified?)

A lot of other stuff is working nicely, including transferring tags, creating tagverts (prize draw/competition/coupons), redeeming etc.
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November 10, 2013, 03:44:00 AM
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Please include Coin Control.

Here is a thread where bitcoin-qt has a Coin Control patch.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144331

Those who don't need it, won't use it.

Also, just for fun, I guess, make a vanitygen for tagcoin addresses. So I can make TDabsxxxxxx.

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November 10, 2013, 03:45:09 AM
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I deposit before 1btc to trade.tagbond.com but still dont see that. My tag id is ID 12912

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November 10, 2013, 03:46:41 AM
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I deposit before 1btc to trade.tagbond.com but still dont see that. My tag id is ID 12912

Make sure you click sync.
Edit: Ignore, dont think this applies to BTC.

I just sent 0.01 and is showed up right away on the BTC deposit page, albeit no confirmations yet.
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November 10, 2013, 03:52:07 AM
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I deposit before 1btc to trade.tagbond.com but still dont see that. My tag id is ID 12912

Make sure you click sync.
What you mean? Only sync i find is in myfunds page tag deposit/sync.

My deposit page is empty. I cashout that from cryptsy to tag.

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November 10, 2013, 04:03:34 AM
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Check the transaction id. If you sent from cryptsy to tagbond, it might take awhile. If you sent from your local bitcoin-qt client, then you should see it immediately.

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November 10, 2013, 04:06:29 AM
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I see its not confirmed in cryptsy so need only wait more. Not look there first because never have take out from there so long...

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November 10, 2013, 04:51:37 AM
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Have you think to add to one deposit method Skrill, old moneybookers?  www.skrill.com

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November 10, 2013, 05:21:04 AM
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Please include Coin Control.

Here is a thread where bitcoin-qt has a Coin Control patch.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144331

Those who don't need it, won't use it.

Also, just for fun, I guess, make a vanitygen for tagcoin addresses. So I can make TDabsxxxxxx.

Dabs

I have also requested to add this program. Necessary add to wallet.
and this too: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=114712.msg3300654#msg3300654
(No English version. also useful program)
But I got no reply Sad

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November 10, 2013, 08:10:32 AM
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@flayway - I checked your account on the wallet server, and no transactions at all have been done under that id 13912...

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November 10, 2013, 11:45:41 AM
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I see its not confirmed in cryptsy so need only wait more. Not look there first because never have take out from there so long...

Did you confirm from your email?
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November 10, 2013, 04:13:33 PM
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I see its not confirmed in cryptsy so need only wait more. Not look there first because never have take out from there so long...

Did you confirm from your email?

Lol, no Smiley

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November 10, 2013, 04:46:02 PM
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@Dabs - Coin control is too much in beta to add to the wallet at the moment...give it some time..Wink

@flayway - Have investigated Skrill, and we do have an account with them, but wary of chargebacks..same as Paypal. If there is a payment system that does not risk chargebacks then we can use it, but any fees involved have to be borne by the payer, plus USD $5 for deposit or withdrawal for Fiat.

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November 10, 2013, 08:51:16 PM
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@TagBond

The links to the API are pointed to a wrong domain, they should be like: http://trade.tagbond.com/api/1/trade/tag_btc

http://trade.tagbond.com/api

Also the coin info and links are outdated it would be nice to fill that in with latest info Smiley

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November 10, 2013, 11:30:21 PM
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@Dabs - Coin control is too much in beta to add to the wallet at the moment...give it some time..Wink

@flayway - Have investigated Skrill, and we do have an account with them, but wary of chargebacks..same as Paypal. If there is a payment system that does not risk chargebacks then we can use it, but any fees involved have to be borne by the payer, plus USD $5 for deposit or withdrawal for Fiat.

hey nice work setting up the concept. Must help working a startup in the philippines tons of enginerring talent there I bet.

Anyways I read the info on the website and have a question. Tags can be created to market almost anything for sale and your advantage is that the vendor has options on when to reward the community with regards to the ad brining in business. However what I dont get how you tie Tagcoins as an integral part of the community?

I mean you can use tag points and transfer back to fiat based on another crypto? Or skip crypto altogether? Where is the demand to buy tagcoins coming from? If a company wants to create ads they would transfer in usd buy points? Or do they have to buy tagcoins? On your site you say you can hook up any ecurrncy but there are hard limits for withdrawl based on jurisdiction. How do you tie in the $25m turnover to $10 value for tagcoins if they are nit even needed to complete a cycle in the tag rewards system?

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November 11, 2013, 01:30:24 AM
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the email sent out for "New tagvert available on TAGBOND!" contains everyones email address of that community, please use bcc or provide some better settings for email privacy

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