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January 07, 2016, 08:45:44 PM
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Seems a shit and scam coin i wonder why Azure added it that's crazy  Huh
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January 07, 2016, 08:53:09 PM
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Devs, it would be interesting to see the reactions if you would show Emercoin on Hacker News ...  Cool

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January 07, 2016, 09:52:09 PM
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Seems a shit and scam coin i wonder why Azure added it that's crazy  Huh

Or maybe you've mistaken it for Emeraldcoin ? Otherwise your comment doesn't make any sense and you should just crawl back into your cave like the ignorant troll that you are. Thank you!
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I think he just stumbled upon the news and the coin. Probably does think it is emeraldcoin just as I did. Understandable I suppose to a certain extent considering how hard it is to gain any traction in the market right now without a dedicated pumpbot. Just kind of unknown and it's functionality is as well. Perhaps some fiverr videos describing things graphically would assist.


On the graphical aid / professional video front: Stay tuned Smiley

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January 07, 2016, 10:37:19 PM
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I haven't researched this coin much but at a valuation of $6,000,000 USD... seems like you're getting ripped off to me.



Litecoin has a marketcap of $151M while Dogecoin $14M, and we are talking about 2 forks with insignificant changes. There are plenty of others that could be added on the 0 innovation list. The only problem with Emercoin is that the team is not investing anything in marketing. This is the only problem, because technology-wise, they just got validated by Microsoft Azure.

So far Microsoft Azure adopted Ripple (200M marketcap), Ethereum (71M marketcap), Factom (5.5M) and the last one, Emercoin (6.5M).

I would be nice to see this image posted in the first page of the ANN as It should provide sufficient information for those that just found out about Emer.



So far i'm impressed by what they are trying to accomplish and there's plenty of good quality documentation in the main website, although it wouldn't be bad to have a less technical presentation of all the technologies. Something that an average techie/investor could understand (real world usage, potential, comparison between other technologies available on the market etc).

For example, i always wanted to know if "EMCDPO - Digital proof of ownership with EmerCoin" could replace "Factom". I see similarities between them, but i need a better explanation. A better understanding of what are advantages of EMCDPO over Factom or vice-versa. Or if there's any competitivity between the technologies at all.

Its just a key value system and its using old namecoin code with bugs and unoptimized.

Infact he didnt even bother renaming namecoin code just used it as is and no unit tests more importantly.

its really an apples and oranges comparison..Im not sure but isnt factom p2p? or does it store data on chain aswell? through opreturn on bitcoin if im remembering correctly?
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January 07, 2016, 11:16:08 PM
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.. didnt even bother renaming namecoin code just used it as is and no unit tests more importantly.
Emercoin has always been clear that it began as a fork of peercoin & namecoin Smiley If there is a specific bug it would help if you share it with the developers. I've been nothing but impressed with the emc team's ability to act quickly in releasing patches and improvements to the code.

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January 07, 2016, 11:28:18 PM
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its really an apples and oranges comparison..Im not sure but isnt factom p2p? or does it store data on chain aswell? through opreturn on bitcoin if im remembering correctly?

According to the Factom whitepaper, I believe they store hashes on the Bitcoin blockchain, that in turn verify their own chain or database. I'm a little unclear on it. I think you're right it is like comparing apples & oranges, as Factom is a completely different system. EMC's Key -> Value system is 'permissionless', anyone can use it, and doesn't require it be used in a certain way. Factom speaks of Federated servers and so forth. I'm inspired to read more and learn about the differences for myself but I would also like to read an informed comparison by someone more knowledgeable as well.

I guess it's true that it is a Key -> Value system as is the backbone of all data storage.

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January 07, 2016, 11:46:20 PM
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- https://emerproxy.xyz (beta) uses OpenNIC DNS servers and can (proxy) resolve most .emc .coin .lib .bazar and .nmc domains.


Nice to see your service supporting blockchain based domains! Looks like you are using EMCLNX to generate the advertising for the site too?

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January 08, 2016, 12:15:38 AM
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.. didnt even bother renaming namecoin code just used it as is and no unit tests more importantly.
Emercoin has always been clear that it began as a fork of peercoin & namecoin Smiley If there is a specific bug it would help if you share it with the developers. I've been nothing but impressed with the emc team's ability to act quickly in releasing patches and improvements to the code.
I could probably break it ifthere was a bounty offered
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January 08, 2016, 12:50:20 AM
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I could probably break it ifthere was a bounty offered

Finding flaws is a valuable part of experimental software development. If you are aware of anything serious then I urge you to let it be known: Inform the developers, or make a pull request on github to fix it, etc. I'm not willing to offer a bounty for flaws directly but would contribute to such a fund, if the devs agreed to it. Hopefully they would seriously consider it.


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January 08, 2016, 02:20:24 PM
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Something offline? Just tried to withdraw from wallet and it says 0 confirmations (offline). Anyone know about this?
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January 08, 2016, 11:25:49 PM
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I would be nice to see this image posted in the first page of the ANN as It should provide sufficient information for those that just found out about Emer.




This is a good suggestion. I hope Fixx will update the original post!

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January 08, 2016, 11:42:11 PM
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Hi, why is mining so slow with getwork? I usually mine at 3.5th but now down to 2.4th
I'm solo mining
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January 09, 2016, 10:55:16 AM
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i am interested to join the emercoin community in order to bring in my help. is there an official forum or slack channel?
Google did not tell me anything  Smiley
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January 09, 2016, 04:58:14 PM
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Hi, why is mining so slow with getwork? I usually mine at 3.5th but now down to 2.4th
I'm solo mining
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Found the answer to this I had to put /#skipcbcheck on my miner string for pool.emercoin.com
Hope the solo mining gets stratum because it's' slow using getwork.
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January 09, 2016, 05:08:28 PM
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Hi, why is mining so slow with getwork? I usually mine at 3.5th but now down to 2.4th
I'm solo mining
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Found the answer to this I had to put /#skipcbcheck on my miner string for pool.emercoin.com
Hope the solo mining gets stratum because it's' slow using getwork.


you could try modding https://bitbucket.org/ckolivas/ckpool
i am/was actually going to try that
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January 09, 2016, 05:11:52 PM
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Ya I tried it but don't know what I'm doing and without specific instructions I poke around till something happens (but mostly doesn't)
I got the pool mining but it would be nice to solo mine for a while at full speed.
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January 09, 2016, 05:17:31 PM
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well, if you have a pool running, and you are the only one mining on it, it is the same as solo mining isnt it? i think you can config the pool that it just pays out to your wallet, but i have to try myself , so i dont know what exactly is needed,
i will tell when i tried
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January 09, 2016, 09:11:22 PM
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i am interested to join the emercoin community in order to bring in my help. is there an official forum or slack channel?
Google did not tell me anything  Smiley


Tyz,


We are always looking for help from the community, especially at this critical juncture. I will contact you shortly with some specifics.

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January 09, 2016, 09:24:09 PM
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Emercoin in the media once again, thanks to Coin Telegraph: http://cointelegraph.com/news/116020/price-of-emercoin-doubles-following-its-partnership-with-microsoft

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Nice to see more positive news about EMC .

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