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April 03, 2014, 08:48:07 PM
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Yes this the most profitable CPU mining and on mmcpool.com, we can quite easily earn minimum payout in 3 days on 2 core CPU and I assume you payout faster on core 7 CPU.

Some pool even allow GPU mining but I haven't tried it yet!

The only downfall is not all exchanges has wallet except bter.com!

By gathering negative comments made on bitcointalk against bter, it makes sense asking other reliable exchanges adding wallet on their servers such as:


You post your suggestion and votes on the above links to spread the word. In fact, I sent a ticket at qoinpro.com and they added +1 MMC

The more vote exchanges get, It might help bter to smart up a bit. So member spread the word!



poloniex.com also exchange MMC
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April 04, 2014, 12:33:41 PM
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Would you like to have your coin listed on www.crycurex.com ?

One of the lowest trade fees - 0.09 % per trade

https://crycurex.com/info/add-currency/

Please refer to "crycurex-support" nick, its official nick for crycurex.com exchange
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April 05, 2014, 02:24:59 AM
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I was able to get a statement from the new CEO Delinquency.
It was very good.  He has an excellent game plan and is really motivated.
I would also like to thank FreeTrade for making the coin and the whole ecosystem of it possible.  He was also very gracious during the transition.

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/news/memorycoin-community-votes-new-ceo-freetrade-gracefully-passes-torch-new-ceo-delinquency-releases-statement/2014/04/05

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April 05, 2014, 02:26:19 AM
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Why do you have to pay to vote?
It seems like bribing you to accept the coin.
It is not an accusation as many of the exchanges do this I just never understood why.

Would you like to have your coin listed on www.crycurex.com ?

One of the lowest trade fees - 0.09 % per trade

https://crycurex.com/info/add-currency/


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April 05, 2014, 05:15:40 AM
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Yes this the most profitable CPU mining and on mmcpool.com, we can quite easily earn minimum payout in 3 days on 2 core CPU and I assume you payout faster on core 7 CPU.

Some pool even allow GPU mining but I haven't tried it yet!

The only downfall is not all exchanges has wallet except bter.com!

By gathering negative comments made on bitcointalk against bter, it makes sense asking other reliable exchanges adding wallet on their servers such as:


You post your suggestion and votes on the above links to spread the word. In fact, I sent a ticket at qoinpro.com and they added +1 MMC

The more vote exchanges get, It might help bter to smart up a bit. So member spread the word!



poloniex.com also exchange MMC

Ha! Thanks for that! Hopefully there no bad feedback agaist them!
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April 07, 2014, 10:05:57 PM
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I'm the new CEO of Memorycoin. After being elected as CEO for a little more than a week, I was interviewed by Scott Fargo, a cryptocurrency writer from cryptocoinsnews.com.

Please read the article by cryptocoinsnews.com about the coin's new direction and changes to Memorycoin through this interview.
Memorycoin Community Votes in a New CEO, FreeTrade Gracefully Passes the Torch. New CEO Delinquency Releases Statement.

You may also wish to read this article over here.

Memorycoin has been rallying with good volume on bter ever since.

Please visit our forums over here for free contests and giveaways!
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April 14, 2014, 12:24:55 PM
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 :oWhy exactly 8820?!
And maybe someone can explain how exactly ProtoShares are related to MemoryCoin.

I'm don't see why this Coin wasn't created as its own Project under a new name with a fresh chain.

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April 14, 2014, 12:27:04 PM
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 >:(It seems a Protoshares - like project, very innovative still.

Exactly, how much is premined, 7.3% + 6% + 1% = 14.3%  or 'just' 7.3% ?

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April 14, 2014, 05:04:15 PM
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I am ready to sell 20 MMC for 0.35 BTC. PM me

20 MMC @ 0.0175 BTC = 0.35 BTC

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April 14, 2014, 05:23:14 PM
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Does MMC still use Kimoto Gravity Well?

I was updating the MMC page on The CPU Coin List. The first post and MMC website show KGW still in use despite the known issue.
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April 14, 2014, 05:34:35 PM
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Does MMC still use Kimoto Gravity Well?

I was updating the MMC page on The CPU Coin List. The first post and MMC website show KGW still in use despite the known issue.

Can you point to the issue page ?
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April 14, 2014, 06:23:49 PM
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it has droped so quick
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April 14, 2014, 11:07:26 PM
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MMC was one of the most profitable and one of the most interesting coins for me , but right now it's going pretty bad.. It dropped pretty hard

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April 16, 2014, 04:20:28 PM
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Does MMC still use Kimoto Gravity Well?

I was updating the MMC page on The CPU Coin List. The first post and MMC website show KGW still in use despite the known issue.

Can you point to the issue page ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=552895.0
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April 21, 2014, 02:10:29 AM
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I'd like to invite everybody here to come track my progress as I train for the Devil Mountain ultramarathon in August. MemoryCoin is sponsoring me, which is just another one of the cool things this coin is capable of due to its paid leadership team.

I'm going to be posting regular updates on my progress over at the new MMC-Square forum here: https://www.mmc-square.com/biophils-race-for-success/29/

BTS account name: zebulon
Sirius: ShgFrdAQye6adoxq1ucqRfuG5aCcMvxr2T
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April 23, 2014, 03:00:14 PM
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Hey guys - I have a question for you all and for the dev team. Our MMC wallet did something REALLY weird yesterday.

I run AllCrypt.com, an exchange where MMC is traded. Users make addresses and each address in the wallet is attached to a user ID (via the account system in the wallet).

We received a deposit of 880 MMC yesterday to an address that we never made, that was not attached to a user. I assumed someone out there typo'ed an address and mis-sent us the MMC by mistake. I'd look into it later.

This morning I start getting errors that a user is trying to withdraw 100 MMC but it's failing because he does not have enough in his wallet. This sometimes happens with some odd orders where a rounding issue makes a wallet insolvent by 1 satoshi. I fix it, find the code error, and patch it up.

But this user's balance was at -780 MMC. Something that should not be possible.

So I looked at his transactions - and at the very same time he did a 120 MMC withdrawal yesterday, he ALSO did a 880.018 withdrawal to that weird address we saw the deposit enter yesterday.

NOTHING in our logs show that happening. NOTHING in our logs show that address. It's not a change address - those are not seen as deposits. A .07 MMC fee was paid for the transfer. Fees are not paid for change. There was no withdrawal initiated on our side for that amount.

Why did the MMC wallet randomly send 880 MMC from an account that did not even have 880 MMC, to an address in the same wallet?

Seriously concerning me. That should NOT happen.

But actually... after I wrote all that it looks like that MIGHT have been change...? But why was the change recorded as a send? With a paid fee?

The user withdrew 120 MMC, and the source seems to be from an address that had a 1000 MMC deposit - so the 880 change makes sense, but why was the change "sent" with a fee that entered the blockchain? For bitcoin, you can see the change transactions when looking at blockchain.info but NORMAL 'listtransactions' in the bitcoind RPC do not show change.

This is showing as an ACTUAL send - like an intentional send from an address.

Unfortunately, both block explorers are down so I cant even show the transactions.

AllCrypt.com - Your new CryptoCurrency Exchange Now Open! www.AllCrypt.com
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April 23, 2014, 03:04:34 PM
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AAIGH. Ok so I posted that.

I then moved the 880 into that users account so he could withdraw the failed 100 from last night.

It then, for some frigging reason, withdrew the 100 as planned, and then did another send of 76.018 with a fee of .07 to some new address we've never seen before.

Leaving his account at -74.09 MMC

With some deposit of 76.018 to another 'mystery' account.

Why the hell is MMC sending change through the blockchain with a fee? Thats an accounting NIGHTMARE.

AllCrypt.com - Your new CryptoCurrency Exchange Now Open! www.AllCrypt.com
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April 27, 2014, 05:42:35 AM
Last edit: April 27, 2014, 06:01:35 AM by Delinquency
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I'm going to have some of our officers look at it. Unfortunately you have an issue that is actually quite confusing to read. Please make these actions are more precise and detailed so that we can detect and repair the issue in the wallet.

I suggest you find a different way to handle all transactions or silently pause all withdrawal and deposits by having a backlog to be processed once the issue is fixed.

I will have to contact our Chief Network Officer, who is co-serving as our Chief Technical Officer while the spot is unoccupied by a real candidate. We have voted in a Chief Marketing Officer (2) to replace our previous Chief Technical Officer's position, and we are still focusing our priority in the marketing sect. Fortunately he can look for these technical issues, but the network problem shouldn't be an issue as we see all other MMC exchanges have implemented their transactions in a way that can round up their transaction fees.


If you can, please rephrase all your actions and results in a very objective manner so that even the community can take a look at it.

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April 27, 2014, 06:25:28 AM
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AAIGH. Ok so I posted that.

I then moved the 880 into that users account so he could withdraw the failed 100 from last night.

It then, for some frigging reason, withdrew the 100 as planned, and then did another send of 76.018 with a fee of .07 to some new address we've never seen before.

Leaving his account at -74.09 MMC

With some deposit of 76.018 to another 'mystery' account.

Why the hell is MMC sending change through the blockchain with a fee? Thats an accounting NIGHTMARE.


Can you provide all the transaction ID so that we can check in the blockchain ?
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Hey guys - I have a question for you all and for the dev team. Our MMC wallet did something REALLY weird yesterday.

I run AllCrypt.com, an exchange where MMC is traded. Users make addresses and each address in the wallet is attached to a user ID (via the account system in the wallet).

We received a deposit of 880 MMC yesterday to an address that we never made, that was not attached to a user. I assumed someone out there typo'ed an address and mis-sent us the MMC by mistake. I'd look into it later.

This morning I start getting errors that a user is trying to withdraw 100 MMC but it's failing because he does not have enough in his wallet. This sometimes happens with some odd orders where a rounding issue makes a wallet insolvent by 1 satoshi. I fix it, find the code error, and patch it up.

But this user's balance was at -780 MMC. Something that should not be possible.

So I looked at his transactions - and at the very same time he did a 120 MMC withdrawal yesterday, he ALSO did a 880.018 withdrawal to that weird address we saw the deposit enter yesterday.

NOTHING in our logs show that happening. NOTHING in our logs show that address. It's not a change address - those are not seen as deposits. A .07 MMC fee was paid for the transfer. Fees are not paid for change. There was no withdrawal initiated on our side for that amount.

Why did the MMC wallet randomly send 880 MMC from an account that did not even have 880 MMC, to an address in the same wallet?

Seriously concerning me. That should NOT happen.

But actually... after I wrote all that it looks like that MIGHT have been change...? But why was the change recorded as a send? With a paid fee?

The user withdrew 120 MMC, and the source seems to be from an address that had a 1000 MMC deposit - so the 880 change makes sense, but why was the change "sent" with a fee that entered the blockchain? For bitcoin, you can see the change transactions when looking at blockchain.info but NORMAL 'listtransactions' in the bitcoind RPC do not show change.

This is showing as an ACTUAL send - like an intentional send from an address.

Unfortunately, both block explorers are down so I cant even show the transactions.


This is a known issue. To make voting easier FreeTrade decided to use a one address per wallet approach, which unfortunately breaks the account management as explained in https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Accounts_explained

To fix this, start your memorycoind with command line option -multiaddress

The following outlines your problem:

Code:
memorycoind getaccountaddress abc
### send 5 MMC to that address
memorycoind listaccounts
{
    "" : 0.00000000,
    "abc" : 5.00000000
}
memorycoind move abc def 2.15
memorycoind listaccounts
{
    "" : 0.00000000,
    "abc" : 2.85000000,
    "def" : 2.15000000
}
memorycoind sendfrom abc <some other MMC address not on this memorycoind> 2
memorycoind listaccounts
{
    "" : 2.95999007,
    "abc" : -2.15000000,
    "def" : 2.15000000
}

This is how it should work:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
primecoind getaccountaddress abc
### send 2.4 XPM to that address
primecoind listaccounts
{
    "" : 0.00000000,
    "abc" : 2.40000000
}
primecoind move abc def 1.1
primecoind listaccounts
{
    "" : 0.00000000,
    "abc" : 1.30000000,
    "def" : 1.10000000
}
primecoind sendfrom abc <some other XPM address not on this primecoind> 1
primecoind listaccounts
{
    "" : 0.00000000,
    "abc" : 0.29000000,
    "def" : 1.10000000
}
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