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July 06, 2016, 03:00:20 PM
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Dev why tek disable on yobit? Deposit for such currency is temporary off.
please contact yobit and update

My new GUI wallet for TEK sell for 0.07BTC or TEK


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July 06, 2016, 08:49:11 PM
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Dev why tek disable on yobit? Deposit for such currency is temporary off.
please contact yobit and update



Old news, unfortunately. Yobit has been informed, harassed, yelled at, and spammed by most TEKheads including Thundertoe. They've done nothing about it.

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July 06, 2016, 09:25:54 PM
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Dev why tek disable on yobit? Deposit for such currency is temporary off.
please contact yobit and update



Old news, unfortunately. Yobit has been informed, harassed, yelled at, and spammed by most TEKheads including Thundertoe. They've done nothing about it.


They answered me today "2016-07-06 18:55:20 matveevka In the course of a week."

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July 06, 2016, 09:28:08 PM
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Dev why tek disable on yobit? Deposit for such currency is temporary off.
please contact yobit and update

My new GUI wallet for TEK sell for 0.07BTC or TEK



Nice wallet  Cool where is link download ?

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July 06, 2016, 10:08:44 PM
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Dev why tek disable on yobit? Deposit for such currency is temporary off.
please contact yobit and update

My new GUI wallet for TEK sell for 0.07BTC or TEK



Nice wallet  Cool where is link download ?
I think he will send you a link when he got your 0.07BTC or TEK.

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July 06, 2016, 11:47:36 PM
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Dev why tek disable on yobit? Deposit for such currency is temporary off.
please contact yobit and update



Old news, unfortunately. Yobit has been informed, harassed, yelled at, and spammed by most TEKheads including Thundertoe. They've done nothing about it.


They answered me today "2016-07-06 18:55:20 matveevka In the course of a week."



Yes they answer me too , but disable my account after that , I no longer can't login .

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July 07, 2016, 01:39:18 AM
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I have 1 comment on GUI. The numbers in red when it overlaps with red background color makes the amount appear unclear. The white tx numbers on the right is very clear. [It might be only my sight, I dunno]


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July 07, 2016, 01:54:14 AM
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I have 1 comment on GUI. The numbers in red when it overlaps with red background color makes the amount appear unclear. The white tx numbers on the right is very clear. [It might be only my sight, I dunno]
No... you are correct Red on Red is a problem especially for "old" eyes like mine.

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July 07, 2016, 11:28:33 AM
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I have 1 comment on GUI. The numbers in red when it overlaps with red background color makes the amount appear unclear. The white tx numbers on the right is very clear. [It might be only my sight, I dunno]
No... you are correct Red on Red is a problem especially for "old" eyes like mine.

I agree. Osmiumcoin's design is far 'too busy' for my liking. I prefer the wallet we've got - well-designed and functional. Let's keep it simple.
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July 07, 2016, 12:57:20 PM
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I have 1 comment on GUI. The numbers in red when it overlaps with red background color makes the amount appear unclear. The white tx numbers on the right is very clear. [It might be only my sight, I dunno]



Yup, I think the whole image thing is too busy for conveying information, too distracting.

Looks great but looks are not everything. 
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July 07, 2016, 10:32:51 PM
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Yup simple is good . Looking good we are moving forward now ,

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July 08, 2016, 10:31:18 PM
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July 08, 2016, 10:53:12 PM
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Yup simple is good . Looking good we are moving forward now ,

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July 08, 2016, 11:17:42 PM
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Yup simple is good . Looking good we are moving forward now ,

maybe Now



I do not mean to be rude... But.... does TEK need the face-lift? 
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July 09, 2016, 09:39:14 PM
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Yup simple is good . Looking good we are moving forward now ,

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I do not mean to be rude... But.... does TEK need the face-lift? 

Hey, don't knock it. Third party developer doing things for the coin Cheesy Some will want it, some won't.

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July 09, 2016, 10:32:27 PM
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Yup simple is good . Looking good we are moving forward now ,

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I do not mean to be rude... But.... does TEK need the face-lift? 

Hey, don't knock it. Third party developer doing things for the coin Cheesy Some will want it, some won't.

I agree with this, any updates, improvements or additional options made for the community is a good thing.

 The more interest and community involvement a coin has the better it is for everyone!

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July 10, 2016, 10:50:27 AM
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Let's not spread the focus of previous comments too wide. Osmiumcoin offered a new wallet design which some of us didn't take to. There's no need to reprimand people for simply offering a valid opinion. I, personally think Osmiumcoin's efforts on wallet design are wasted on TEKcoin - our current design is very pleasing to the eye.

Much better, in my opinion, would be wallet functionality for specific purposes e.g. the offer of a non-staking, lite, mobile wallet. Non-staking because it wouldn't sap mobile resources too much. Staking could be done on our main computers and amounts of TEK could be transferred to the mobile wallet simply for spending.

So, Osmiumcoin, how about it?

Mainframe wallet ... an exchange within a wallet.
Mobile wallet ... non-staking, lite ...

What are the possibilities?
What do the rest of you think?
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July 10, 2016, 11:33:22 AM
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Let's not spread the focus of previous comments too wide. Osmiumcoin offered a new wallet design which some of us didn't take to. There's no need to reprimand people for simply offering a valid opinion. I, personally think Osmiumcoin's efforts on wallet design are wasted on TEKcoin - our current design is very pleasing to the eye.

Much better, in my opinion, would be wallet functionality for specific purposes e.g. the offer of a non-staking, lite, mobile wallet. Non-staking because it wouldn't sap mobile resources too much. Staking could be done on our main computers and amounts of TEK could be transferred to the mobile wallet simply for spending.

So, Osmiumcoin, how about it?

Mainframe wallet ... an exchange within a wallet.
Mobile wallet ... non-staking, lite ...

What are the possibilities?
What do the rest of you think?


I couldn't have stated it better..
I appreciate the community involvement , Tek stability and ongoing activity like everyone else and i wouldn't ever ridicule any contribution of anyone that would help the community as i see my self part of it. I just think as ACNJ stated, let's direct it at something that drives the community forward Tek-powered.

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July 10, 2016, 02:40:36 PM
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Let's not spread the focus of previous comments too wide. Osmiumcoin offered a new wallet design which some of us didn't take to. There's no need to reprimand people for simply offering a valid opinion. I, personally think Osmiumcoin's efforts on wallet design are wasted on TEKcoin - our current design is very pleasing to the eye.

Much better, in my opinion, would be wallet functionality for specific purposes e.g. the offer of a non-staking, lite, mobile wallet. Non-staking because it wouldn't sap mobile resources too much. Staking could be done on our main computers and amounts of TEK could be transferred to the mobile wallet simply for spending.

So, Osmiumcoin, how about it?

Mainframe wallet ... an exchange within a wallet.
Mobile wallet ... non-staking, lite ...

What are the possibilities?
What do the rest of you think?

A mobile wallet would definitely encourage commerce. I can't recall where I read this, but some focus group predicted that there would be more mobile devices than home comuters by this year. I don't know if this came to pass, but I don't doubt it. EVERYBODY has a smartphone these days.

As for a mainframe wallet/exchange combo, can you elucidate on details? The idea intrigues me.

and yes, your comment was more constructive than mine. It wasn't meant as a reprimand, just that somebody besides the devs focusing on the coin makes for wider exposure, and shows that there is interest beyond just tekheads.

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July 10, 2016, 03:49:02 PM
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Let's not spread the focus of previous comments too wide. Osmiumcoin offered a new wallet design which some of us didn't take to. There's no need to reprimand people for simply offering a valid opinion. I, personally think Osmiumcoin's efforts on wallet design are wasted on TEKcoin - our current design is very pleasing to the eye.

Much better, in my opinion, would be wallet functionality for specific purposes e.g. the offer of a non-staking, lite, mobile wallet. Non-staking because it wouldn't sap mobile resources too much. Staking could be done on our main computers and amounts of TEK could be transferred to the mobile wallet simply for spending.

So, Osmiumcoin, how about it?

Mainframe wallet ... an exchange within a wallet.
Mobile wallet ... non-staking, lite ...

What are the possibilities?
What do the rest of you think?

A mobile wallet would definitely encourage commerce. I can't recall where I read this, but some focus group predicted that there would be more mobile devices than home comuters by this year. I don't know if this came to pass, but I don't doubt it. EVERYBODY has a smartphone these days.

As for a mainframe wallet/exchange combo, can you elucidate on details? The idea intrigues me.

and yes, your comment was more constructive than mine. It wasn't meant as a reprimand, just that somebody besides the devs focusing on the coin makes for wider exposure, and shows that there is interest beyond just tekheads.

In private messages, Biomech knows of the high regard I have for him. Let it be known to all others that I regard him as a star contributor to this thread and to those of other coins that I invest in (understatement). My observations were meant as a comment on the general drift of the posts rather than his in particular. Now for the meat!

Exchange-in-a-wallet: for a long time I've been aware of a chat capability with altcoin wallets. From this it occured to me that a simple exchange notice board could be possible offering coins for fiat and vice versa, which could then be developed into a simple exchange. This was all a pipe dream until I saw a recent Ethereum app which proclaims to do exactly that. Here's the link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=6323083665621589806

Incidentally, I believe that Tranz of HoboNickels holds a part key to solving the general blockchain bloat problem with an innovation of his, but I don't want to say too much about that at the moment - I'm sure he could be of great help with the exchange-in-a-wallet idea if he wanted to put his mind to it. Shhhh! Keep it to yourselves. I have an investment strategy to consider.  Wink
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