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December 11, 2013, 09:52:29 AM
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I think it has been discussed earlier, does anybody know if there is any client on the way that e.g. support both; BTC, LTC and PPC ect. ?
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December 11, 2013, 10:45:16 AM
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I think it has been discussed earlier, does anybody know if there is any client on the way that e.g. support both; BTC, LTC and PPC ect. ?
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December 11, 2013, 10:53:09 AM
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I have been using Ufasoft Coin from time to time for my alt coins,
It is still in beta, buggy at times before, seems stable now
Not for everyone, but usable at least for me
You can take a look and see if it suits you:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=58821.0
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December 11, 2013, 11:35:11 AM
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Thanks you all for the feedback.

I have been using Ufasoft Coin from time to time for my alt coins,
It is still in beta, buggy at times before, seems stable now
Not for everyone, but usable at least for me
You can take a look and see if it suits you:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=58821.0


Ufasoft supports all the altcoins that I find interesting.
Looks promising.  

How buggy may I ask? Have you e.g. lost coins?

Edit: CSIS secure DNS got super paranoid when I tried to access "http://ufasoft.com/coin"  - CSIS claims that the site contain harmful material in the category "virus"

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December 11, 2013, 11:49:07 AM
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Ufasoft supports all the altcoins that I find interesting.
Looks promising.  

How buggy may I ask? Have you e.g. lost coins?

I sent coins with it twice and it was fine, no lost coins.
It used to freeze when downloading the blockchain
and it is ok now since upgraded to latest version
(read the topic and you will see my posts there)

There are things I like about it and some I don't
but I really haven't tested it enough (or any alternatives) to give any fair comment  Embarrassed

CSIS secure DNS got super paranoid when I tried to access "http://ufasoft.com/coin"  - CSIS claims that the site contain harmful material in the category "virus"

I know, the developer has been told that before,
dev said the mining module triggers false alarms
DO NOT download if you are unsure.

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December 11, 2013, 12:01:03 PM
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Thanks for all the info, well appreciated

DO NOT download if you are unsure.

I have a test pc for theese kinda things, would be crazy to download a "unknown" crypto client on the same PC where you have your hot wallet.
Thanks for the advice, mate.   

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December 11, 2013, 12:02:47 PM
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Thanks for all the info, well appreciated

DO NOT download if you are unsure.

I have a test pc for theese kinda things, would be crazy to download a "unknown" crypto client on the same PC where you have your hot wallet.
Thanks for the advice, mate.   


UfaSoft mining module is detected as malware due to many hackers using "bitcoin miners" which drops UfaSoft's mining module onto the PC of victims, hence the detection.
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December 11, 2013, 12:05:36 PM
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Thanks for all the info, well appreciated

DO NOT download if you are unsure.

I have a test pc for theese kinda things, would be crazy to download a "unknown" crypto client on the same PC where you have your hot wallet.
Thanks for the advice, mate.   


UfaSoft mining module is detected as malware due to many hackers using "bitcoin miners" which drops UfaSoft's mining module onto the PC of victims, hence the detection.

Thank you for the info - I will try out UraSoft, the application look interesting.


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