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November 19, 2018, 03:57:17 PM
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Emercoin Wallet is Updated to the 0.7.3 version
https://emercoin.com/en/news/emercoin-wallet-is-updated-to-the-073-version

Emercoin released a new update of Emercoin wallet. The version 0.7.3 contains a low-criticality vulnerability patch and code optimization. Also, GUI elements for an easy use of Trusted Diploma and Digital Proof of Ownership services were added.


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November 25, 2018, 10:45:34 PM
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Can't believe this coin was pumped and dumped by a group of scammers from bitfury and hut8 right before btc got rekt last winter.
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November 27, 2018, 07:51:22 AM
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Can't believe this coin was pumped and dumped by a group of scammers from bitfury and hut8 right before btc got rekt last winter.

Can't believe Bitcoin was pumped and dumped by a scamers from group of like-minded people right before EMC got rekt last winter.
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November 30, 2018, 01:35:05 PM
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Hi guys.

My Emercoin wallet says "WARNING: Checkpoint is too old. Wait for block chain to download, or notify developers of the issue."
It also says my wallet has 0 balance while the transactions says I do. My wallet version is v0.7.3emc.
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November 30, 2018, 07:09:32 PM
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Can't believe this coin was pumped and dumped by a group of scammers from bitfury and hut8 right before btc got rekt last winter.

+1

Well said. Them & Hashcoins (same group).

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December 04, 2018, 09:32:38 PM
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Emercoin Official seems to have gone silent since his lies were exposed:

We are the support team of Emercoin and we will gladly answer all your questions here,

Another lie.

Our offices are located in the United States, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Russia.

Prove it. Tell us where your fairy tale business office addresses are then.

No posts for over a month.

Makes you wonder what else this suspicious crew have been lying about, doesn't it?......

I happen to know of a few more.


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December 05, 2018, 03:38:08 AM
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I filled out a coin request form for poloniex to get it added to the exchange. Hopefully everyone is doing this
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December 30, 2018, 08:12:36 AM
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Emercoin Monthly Tech Digest 12/2018
https://medium.com/@emer.tech/emercoin-monthly-tech-digest-12-2018-f07128585073
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December 31, 2018, 12:06:27 PM
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What is total supply ?
 I hope  price will up soon,
by d way ,I just wanted to know  whats  the  staking rate of interest of this coin , As it is POS.
Lets example if I have 1000 coin how much I will get per day or per week  any response would be appreciated.
 whats the % I mean to ask ..
If any online pool is there for staking then it would be better..

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December 31, 2018, 12:57:09 PM
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What is total supply ?
 I hope  price will up soon,
by d way ,I just wanted to know  whats  the  staking rate of interest of this coin , As it is POS.
Lets example if I have 1000 coin how much I will get per day or per week  any response would be appreciated.
 whats the % I mean to ask ..
If any online pool is there for staking then it would be better..

6% per year.
You need 5000 and more coins by one transaction for POS mining.
Your EMERCOINs must be 30 day old (minimum) for start POS mining.
Now is good time for investing in EMERCOIN.
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January 02, 2019, 05:38:20 PM
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very good time , in 2019 much will transition to POS, devs here might be quite cause selves might be investing in it lol, happy NYE all. this is a very good stable coin with great tech, a keeper

new upcoming awesome coin

the Gulden Coin: GKWHEPx3rQyPnbgQUSHu8gtgoRCgpqed1j
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January 08, 2019, 10:46:17 PM
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devs here might be quite cause selves might be investing in it lol

Nah - they're quiet because they got caught lying & scamming & dare not show their faces.

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January 11, 2019, 08:10:15 AM
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10 most common questions (and answers) about Emercoin

 What exactly is Emercoin? Is it a cryptocurrency or a blockchain platform?
 How does your community take it when the cryptocurrency market plunges?
 Can’t you raise the market price by doing an ICO?
 What makes Emercoin different from an ICO?
 So then how is the project developed, who pays for it?
 Emercoin has a strong community around it. Is that where the project’s support comes from?
 So who stands behind all the tech being developed under the Emercoin brand? Who’s the mastermind?
 Which of Emercoin’s projects do you think is most promising?
 What do you see in Emercoin’s future?

https://medium.com/@emer.tech/10-most-common-questions-and-answers-about-emercoin-2a00549e81c5

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January 11, 2019, 01:38:22 PM
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10 most common questions (and answers) about Emercoin

 What exactly is Emercoin? Is it a cryptocurrency or a blockchain platform?
 How does your community take it when the cryptocurrency market plunges?
 Can’t you raise the market price by doing an ICO?
 What makes Emercoin different from an ICO?
 So then how is the project developed, who pays for it?
 Emercoin has a strong community around it. Is that where the project’s support comes from?
 So who stands behind all the tech being developed under the Emercoin brand? Who’s the mastermind?
 Which of Emercoin’s projects do you think is most promising?
 What do you see in Emercoin’s future?

https://medium.com/@emer.tech/10-most-common-questions-and-answers-about-emercoin-2a00549e81c5

great read, thanks!
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January 12, 2019, 07:51:10 PM
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10 most common questions (and answers) about Emercoin

 What exactly is Emercoin? Is it a cryptocurrency or a blockchain platform?
 How does your community take it when the cryptocurrency market plunges?
 Can’t you raise the market price by doing an ICO?
 What makes Emercoin different from an ICO?
 So then how is the project developed, who pays for it?
 Emercoin has a strong community around it. Is that where the project’s support comes from?
 So who stands behind all the tech being developed under the Emercoin brand? Who’s the mastermind?
 Which of Emercoin’s projects do you think is most promising?
 What do you see in Emercoin’s future?

https://medium.com/@emer.tech/10-most-common-questions-and-answers-about-emercoin-2a00549e81c5

It's neither. It's a Russian scam coin for making devs money.
The investards get talked into buying more, making devs money.
Devs have already done ICO's - Polybius was one of them, another scam, making devs money.
Nothing. They're both scams, making devs money.
Investards who by EMC or fall for their ICO scams, making devs money.
No it doesn't. It uses fake Russian shill accounts to give that impression.
Maxihatop (Oleg Khovayko) is the main scammer, he's been involved in Hashcoins, Hashflare, Polybius & other shady scams, making devs money.
None, they're all scams.
More scams, more investards falling for them, more shill accounts, more lies, more ICO scams & more scam accusations until they decide they've scammed enough money to retire on.

Where did the liar Emercoin Official go?......
Where are your fake business addresses you lied about?
How much did you make out of the Polybius ICO scam?
Why are you ignoring the 3 scam accusations against you?
Etc, etc.......

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January 13, 2019, 09:33:19 PM
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you must have lost lots of money in the crypto business, I personally like Eugene Shumilov answers

new upcoming awesome coin

the Gulden Coin: GKWHEPx3rQyPnbgQUSHu8gtgoRCgpqed1j
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January 13, 2019, 11:35:02 PM
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you must have lost lots of money in the crypto business, I personally like Eugene Shumilov answers

Eugene Shumilov is also involved in the Polybius ICO scam, as well as still promoting the well known Hashcoins scammers - you must be very proud.

I've not lost a dime because I don't invest in scams - but this team has & continues to scam many people.

Emercoin and Polybius are NOT the same organization.

You can assure everyone that this is the case by removing the Hashcoins scammers link from your website. After all, linking to & promoting proven scammers like them on your website is bound to create suspicion - don't you think?

No comment?

Well, seeing as Eugene Shumilov - Founder and CEO of Emercoin - has been so busy promoting Polybius & Hashcoins on medium lately:

https://medium.com/@emer.tech/polybius-bank-the-biggest-story-of-the-year-in-the-cryptocurrency-realm-634c9b1db57

..I can't say I'm surprised you can't (or won't) answer.

So it's true that Emercoin & Hashcoins/Polybius are the same team then.

Thanks for clarifying.

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January 23, 2019, 12:21:47 PM
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“Fake Stake” attacks on chain-based Proof-of-Stake cryptocurrencies

https://medium.com/@dsl_uiuc/fake-stake-attacks-on-chain-based-proof-of-stake-cryptocurrencies-b8b05723f806


This article is the public disclosure of a series of resource exhaustion vulnerabilities investigated by a team of students consisting of Sanket Kanjalkar (sanket1729, smk7@illinois.edu), Yunqi Li, Yuguang Chen, Joseph Kuo, and our adviser Andrew Miller(socrates1024) in the Decentralized Systems Lab @ UIUC. These vulnerabilities have affected 26+ Proof-of-Stake cryptocurrencies in total and would allow a network attacker with a very small amount of stake to crash any of the network nodes running the corresponding software. We began a coordinated disclosure in October 2018 to notify development teams of affected cryptocurrencies ahead of this public release. The majority of them (weighted by marketcap) have already deployed mitigations.........


Vulnerability #1: “I Can’t Believe it’s not Stake”

When we first investigated this problem, we found that five cryptocurrencies, Qtum, Particl, Navcoin, HTMLcoin, and Emercoin, exhibited a fairly trivial form of this vulnerability: namely, they fail to check any coinstake transaction at all before committing a block to RAM or disk. What these five cryptocurrencies have in common is that they have adopted Bitcoin’s “headers first” feature, in which block propagation was split into two separate messages, Block and Header. Nodes only ask for Block after Header passes the PoW checks AND it is a longest (or longer) chain. Since the coinstake transaction is present only in Block but not the Header, a node cannot validate the Header on its own. Instead, it directly stores the header to an in-memory data structure (mapBlockIndex). As a result, any network attacker, even with no stake whatsoever, can fill up a victim node’s RAM..........


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“Fake Stake” attacks on chain-based Proof-of-Stake cryptocurrencies

https://medium.com/@dsl_uiuc/fake-stake-attacks-on-chain-based-proof-of-stake-cryptocurrencies-b8b05723f806


This article is the public disclosure of a series of resource exhaustion vulnerabilities investigated by a team of students consisting of Sanket Kanjalkar (sanket1729, smk7@illinois.edu), Yunqi Li, Yuguang Chen, Joseph Kuo, and our adviser Andrew Miller(socrates1024) in the Decentralized Systems Lab @ UIUC. These vulnerabilities have affected 26+ Proof-of-Stake cryptocurrencies in total and would allow a network attacker with a very small amount of stake to crash any of the network nodes running the corresponding software. We began a coordinated disclosure in October 2018 to notify development teams of affected cryptocurrencies ahead of this public release. The majority of them (weighted by marketcap) have already deployed mitigations.........


Vulnerability #1: “I Can’t Believe it’s not Stake”

When we first investigated this problem, we found that five cryptocurrencies, Qtum, Particl, Navcoin, HTMLcoin, and Emercoin, exhibited a fairly trivial form of this vulnerability: namely, they fail to check any coinstake transaction at all before committing a block to RAM or disk. What these five cryptocurrencies have in common is that they have adopted Bitcoin’s “headers first” feature, in which block propagation was split into two separate messages, Block and Header. Nodes only ask for Block after Header passes the PoW checks AND it is a longest (or longer) chain. Since the coinstake transaction is present only in Block but not the Header, a node cannot validate the Header on its own. Instead, it directly stores the header to an in-memory data structure (mapBlockIndex). As a result, any network attacker, even with no stake whatsoever, can fill up a victim node’s RAM..........




Continue quoting the article until the end!
This problems was FIXED by EMERCOIN.

U a fucking shiller!

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January 26, 2019, 10:58:19 PM
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U a fucking shiller!


Says the russian emc shill.

Go back to the russian section to promote your scam coin there.

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