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October 29, 2013, 01:27:21 AM
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http://thecryptoblog.com/out-scrypt-shtcoins-in-sha256-shtcoins/

What y'all think on this subject?

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October 29, 2013, 01:34:32 AM
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Everyone needs something to mine with their ASICs. People like chasing bits...
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October 29, 2013, 01:38:55 AM
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Everyone needs something to mine with their ASICs. People like chasing bits...

Agreed.

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October 29, 2013, 02:41:23 AM
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Everyone needs something to mine with their ASICs. People like chasing bits...

how many ASIC mine'able coins have YOU coded ?

FUD first & ask questions later™
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October 29, 2013, 02:44:57 AM
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Everyone needs something to mine with their ASICs. People like chasing bits...

how many ASIC mine'able coins have YOU coded ?

More than you, but then only one matters.
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October 29, 2013, 05:27:32 AM
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and who thought you would answer the question ?

i bet.. no i KNOW that is a very big number Wink

Hell you made a tutorial on cloning a coin LOL

anyway i agree with the op.. i noticed the same issue
the difference here is unlike that other guy above me is i am not making them lol
nor will i ever Wink
If i did make a coin i would not rehash the same ole bs..

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October 29, 2013, 04:53:09 PM
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Fuck 'em.

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October 29, 2013, 05:13:12 PM
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Fuck 'em.

I'm going to "create" my first coin and dedicate it to you and shake on the help screen.

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October 29, 2013, 09:01:28 PM
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I'm going to "create" my first coin and dedicate it to you and shake on the help screen.

Wanna copy of my "How to clone SHA256 Coins" walkthrough? I hear someone's selling it for .5 BTC...
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October 29, 2013, 09:12:25 PM
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I saw your link, I used it more for a github primer.  I was planning on looking at the source.  For the latest bitcoin release it seems like a lot of the configurable bits have been modularized, and not buried in the source so much.

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October 29, 2013, 09:29:27 PM
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More shit to dump pls.

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October 29, 2013, 11:11:53 PM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

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October 29, 2013, 11:15:16 PM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

What's wrong with Disqus?

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October 29, 2013, 11:34:06 PM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

What's wrong with Disqus?

The part where it wants an account. I mean disqus will let users use other logins, but it is a hassle. The default Wordpress solution of offering a Name, email, and url box seems like spam bait, but a blog operator only needs to get an Askimet API key once to avoid the comment spam deluge.

Then there's the part where Disqus helps to facilitate cross domain web tracking, and is rather privacy unfriendly in ways beyond that.

As a downside for you, they host your comments rather than you and you lose the comments on your content if they fail

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October 29, 2013, 11:42:56 PM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

What's wrong with Disqus?

The part where it wants an account. I mean disqus will let users use other logins, but it is a hassle. The default Wordpress solution of offering a Name, email, and url box seems like spam bait, but a blog operator only needs to get an Askimet API key once to avoid the comment spam deluge.

Then there's the part where Disqus helps to facilitate cross domain web tracking, and is rather privacy unfriendly in ways beyond that.

As a downside for you, they host your comments rather than you and you lose the comments on your content if they fail

Disqus lets you post as a guess though, with a name and email...


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October 29, 2013, 11:45:58 PM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

What's wrong with Disqus?

The part where it wants an account. I mean disqus will let users use other logins, but it is a hassle. The default Wordpress solution of offering a Name, email, and url box seems like spam bait, but a blog operator only needs to get an Askimet API key once to avoid the comment spam deluge.

Then there's the part where Disqus helps to facilitate cross domain web tracking, and is rather privacy unfriendly in ways beyond that.

As a downside for you, they host your comments rather than you and you lose the comments on your content if they fail

Disqus lets you post as a guess though, with a name and email...



Honestly I haven't seen what the disqus interface looks like in a long time since I've blocked it with NoScript because it is a tracking bug (I do the same with Google Analytics).

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October 29, 2013, 11:46:33 PM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

What's wrong with Disqus?

The part where it wants an account. I mean disqus will let users use other logins, but it is a hassle. The default Wordpress solution of offering a Name, email, and url box seems like spam bait, but a blog operator only needs to get an Askimet API key once to avoid the comment spam deluge.

Then there's the part where Disqus helps to facilitate cross domain web tracking, and is rather privacy unfriendly in ways beyond that.

As a downside for you, they host your comments rather than you and you lose the comments on your content if they fail

Disqus lets you post as a guess though, with a name and email...



Honestly I haven't seen what the disqus interface looks like in a long time since I've blocked it with NoScript because it is a tracking bug (I do the same with Google Analytics).

I guess I cleared some things up.

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October 30, 2013, 01:05:39 AM
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I think if you stopped using Disqus and just used normal Wordpress comments on the blog, this discussion could start happening on your post.

What's wrong with Disqus?

The part where it wants an account. I mean disqus will let users use other logins, but it is a hassle. The default Wordpress solution of offering a Name, email, and url box seems like spam bait, but a blog operator only needs to get an Askimet API key once to avoid the comment spam deluge.

Then there's the part where Disqus helps to facilitate cross domain web tracking, and is rather privacy unfriendly in ways beyond that.

As a downside for you, they host your comments rather than you and you lose the comments on your content if they fail

Disqus lets you post as a guess though, with a name and email...



Honestly I haven't seen what the disqus interface looks like in a long time since I've blocked it with NoScript because it is a tracking bug (I do the same with Google Analytics).

I guess I cleared some things up.

Yeah. Doesn't mean I'm unblocking Disqus's javascript though.

Honestly I think the article would be stronger if you took an authoritative line criticizing RealSolid. I kind of want to heap a lot of RealSolid hate in the comment section,  but for me and many others Disqus is a no-go. It would be like having Google Analytics on the trading pages of an exchange site.

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