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November 23, 2013, 12:26:20 PM
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No..not enough trading yet...although that will change as merchants in Philippines want to start buying, and users want to sell when they receive as rewards..just time that is all..

Can you pls handle my withdrawal?

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November 23, 2013, 12:34:31 PM
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My TAG ID is 12815

Do low hashing miners stand a chance, or am I dead in the water?

Tagged you and added you as a contact.

Your probably better off buying it, either at cryptsy or the Tagbond exchange. Tagbond exchange is the easiest place to buy it because you can use paypal or a credit card (soon) to fund your account.


Or you could come mine at TAG.CryptoPools.com where block finder gets an additional 15 TAG as bonus.  Have one low hasher found 3 blocks already.   Grin


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Any chance of having the ability to set own share difficulty? 16 is a little low
Hi, well we wont be allowing a fixed share difficulty im afraid. but im in the stage of testing vardiff on ffc.crypto-expert.com. when its ready dgc/arg/tag cryptopools will be the first to get it.

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November 23, 2013, 01:22:37 PM
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I see that the value of a single TAGcoin is about $0.50 now. Great! I hope this attracts more miners to the network Wink. I'm not sure what causes this, but I think it has to do something with the potential the coin has and the lack of potential many other coins have Wink

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November 23, 2013, 02:20:38 PM
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@boymok - I will send it to your address now, manually from my own wallet...since my exchange devs are off till monday morning..

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November 23, 2013, 02:47:54 PM
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@boymok - I will send it to your address now, manually from my own wallet...since my exchange devs are off till monday morning..

Thank you, i see them!
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November 23, 2013, 03:04:09 PM
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@boymok - I will send it to your address now, manually from my own wallet...since my exchange devs are off till monday morning..


Hey, how come they're off and you're working?   Exchanges are 24/7/365...   Grin


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November 23, 2013, 03:19:11 PM
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@Tagbond,

Is there an RSS feed for tagverts? I was wanting to attach it to one of my sites.

---> https://earthazaar.com <---      ---> https://darkbids.com <---     ---> http://bitlows.com <---
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November 23, 2013, 05:10:08 PM
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@techbytes - I don't stop working..lol.. wake up with ideas, go to sleep with ideas, and get frustrated when I cannot convert the ideas quickly enough into real life use. But actually, come the new year we will be operating almost 24 hours as I need night staff at my office...

@centurion76 - Hadn't thought of RSS feeds for tagverts..will implement that next week. It will work quite well with the personal sell/auction tagverts system we will go live with on monday or tuesday. That will allow anyone to sell their personal stuff for TAG...and other currencies but an RSS feed would be good internally as well as items are added for sale. Going to have to add a live "ticker"...

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November 23, 2013, 08:17:05 PM
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No..not enough trading yet...although that will change as merchants in Philippines want to start buying, and users want to sell when they receive as rewards..just time that is all..

Honestly, I don't think a lot of non-taggers know about it.  You did have an announcement in the marketplace, but no one ever bumped it.  I went ahead and bumped it for the sake of more exposure.

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November 23, 2013, 08:19:33 PM
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I saw that...:-)..thanks...we are going to promote it but wanted to iron out some of the kinks first. We just moved to a larger wallet server - I want to add some more coins to the system soon. We have tied the wallets to the exchange, so that took some time, and now just making sure it is working well before pushing it out a lot more..:-)

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November 24, 2013, 08:05:31 AM
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Just putting the personal tagvert for auctions/sales together..most coding done but wanted to get some feedback here before we go live Mon/Tues:

Features:

- From personal account, can quickly create a tagvert that is auction/buy now type. Can set a reserve, which will also be the buy now price if option chosen.
- Set pricing in wallet of choice, TAG, BTC, or local currency OR paid in person. Free to post either way, for now.
- Set reward if shared and bought. (ie: share an ad on facebook, and earn the reward if someone buys it from your link). Tagbond takes 20% of the reward offered and paid.
- Posting date is shown, and it will be up for 30 days before automatic disable, can be re enabled for another 30 days.
- You have to have the amount in your wallet to be able to bid for items, to ensure that no one false bids
- When finally bought/won, buyer has option to pay via the escrow for a fee of 1%, which should be agreed by seller to complete the deal. Failure to agree with 24 hours, puts the product back on sale.
- Fee paid on final sale to tagbond is 1%, same as merchant fees via the community tagverts, unless deal/payment is done in person. Not a lot we can do take a payment in that case..Wink

Anyone can search for title or keywords in tagvert, and then add to MyTagverts List - then one can bid or buy at leisure.

We are not using categories, searching will be done via keywords, and we will probably put up popular keyword entries

RSS feeds can be used to include on other sites, not sure if we can put the referrer link on the end of any tagvert, but pretty sure we can create a widget for inclusion on other sites, wordpress blogs etc.

Any ideas on the above, let me know..:-)

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November 24, 2013, 09:51:25 AM
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I don't know how many times this has been mentioned by others, just want to give a little feedback on a bug in the android app v6.0. When I use it, it gives me a notification that I "received 500PHP from Tagbond", but I don't see it in my account, and I don't think anyone is sending me 500PHP. That message appears every time I start the app now.

LTC: LSyqwk4YbhBRtkrUy8NRdKXFoUcgVpu8Qb   NVC: 4HtynfYVyRYo6yM8BTAqyNYwqiucfoPqFW   TAG id: 4313
CMC: CAHrzqveVm9UxGm7PZtT4uj6su4suxKzZv   YAC: Y9m5S7M24sdkjdwxnA9GZpPez6k6EqUjUt
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November 24, 2013, 12:31:20 PM
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that's why it is a beta..Smiley...we are halfway done with notifications...I get the same message as well...but actually..we are on version 8 now..I just haven't posted it up there - will add it to the Tagbond App Store now... we will have new versions of most of the apps being developed this week.. and perhaps more the week after, as we have our first Hackathon weekend this week..

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November 24, 2013, 08:50:49 PM
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Man, Mark.  It must be exciting times over there in the office.  I wish I could be a part of it.  You have any openings for a 30 something computer/network tech?  I'd be open to scrubbing toilets if that was the deal-maker.

Honestly, though... kudos on all the work going into this, to you and your staff.  I honestly don't think people in the alt forum realize how much is going into the development of this project.  I wonder who we can contact for some press on this.  FFS... zeuscoin, who's dev abandoned it and is running on miner support only, made the WSJ article this past week.



Edit- Also looks like the backend for the pool at http://tagcoin.bounceme.net has been down for at least a week now that I've seen.  Not sure who owns this one, but if no one gets it back up, you could probably remove it from the pool list.

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November 25, 2013, 12:49:31 AM
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I posted in the pool ANN thread, but I figured I would post it here too...

Tagmining.com is having a unusually long round right now, so I'm offering up 25TAG to the person that finds the next block(pool block #90) and saves us.  I'm calling this the round hero reward.  Someone please come claim it lol.

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November 25, 2013, 01:06:48 AM
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I posted in the pool ANN thread, but I figured I would post it here too...

Tagmining.com is having a unusually long round right now, so I'm offering up 25TAG to the person that finds the next block(pool block #90) and saves us.  I'm calling this the round hero reward.  Someone please come claim it lol.

-Fuse

Wow, 26 hours... that's one stubborn block.  Hopefully, I can help get it moving along.  Smiley


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November 25, 2013, 01:15:40 AM
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We were already over target when the difficulty shot up... so I guess bad luck, bad timing, bad mojo.  There's always one bad apple in the bunch.

Thanks for the help TB!

-Fuse

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November 25, 2013, 03:51:17 AM
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I was wondering why the price went up for TAG - it was listed on the btc38 exchange (http://www.btc38.com/trade.html?btc38_trade_coin_name=tag) and is up above $1 at the moment...

@ny2cafuse - It's a fine balance for developing Tagbond as fast as we can, and not telling everyone what we are doing because it forces the price of TAG up, ah well...:-) As for news, we do have our twitter feeds, facebook page etc, but we don't really push anyone to write about us. But feel free to tell news sources yourself, it's always better to come from customers rather than us directly..:-)
I removed the bounceme.net pool from the list, thanks.

Over to the office now to get this auction/sell tagvert up and running by the end of today. I have a ton of stuff I want to sell personally..lol..Smiley

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November 25, 2013, 04:02:17 AM
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Like what just happened on Cryptsy.. Some dumb multipool had to take a 25% discount to sell their TAGs.

My TAG ID is 12815

Do low hashing miners stand a chance, or am I dead in the water?

Tagged you and added you as a contact.

Your probably better off buying it, either at cryptsy or the Tagbond exchange. Tagbond exchange is the easiest place to buy it because you can use paypal or a credit card (soon) to fund your account.

@tagbond, thanks for the TAGs Smiley
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November 25, 2013, 04:20:14 AM
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Man, Mark.  It must be exciting times over there in the office.  I wish I could be a part of it.  You have any openings for a 30 something computer/network tech?  I'd be open to scrubbing toilets if that was the deal-maker.

Honestly, though... kudos on all the work going into this, to you and your staff.  I honestly don't think people in the alt forum realize how much is going into the development of this project.  I wonder who we can contact for some press on this.  FFS... zeuscoin, who's dev abandoned it and is running on miner support only, made the WSJ article this past week.

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Mark, you are doing next-level shit that is so visionary that you can openly state your vision and no one is going to pick up on it for a very long time indeed.

Satoshi predicted your business by the way:
http://www.mail-archive.com/cryptography@metzdowd.com/msg10162.html

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