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February 13, 2014, 09:53:13 PM
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Atlantis :')..
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February 13, 2014, 09:54:11 PM
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Some clarification, please: If I understand this correctly (but since I am relatively new I could be totally off), anyone can find a block, but the slower your hash rate the harder it would be compared to the big guns finding it first? Do I have that right? If not, I know that I will be corrected. And I thank you in advance.

Yes, but your best bet (unless you have lots of hashing power) is to mine in a pool because if you go solo it could take weeks or even months to find a block. On the other hand you might get lucky ;-) Mining on a pool lowers the variance so you have a more steady income.

Example of a pool (mine) is:

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P2Pool (1% fee) up here:

http://smartcoin.freily.com:9585

If you want to mine on it just use an address of your own as username, password doesn't matter.

Example:
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cgminer --scrypt -o http://smartcoin.freily.com:9585 -u SWRAdrk56FgrGz3VFpwca4BJDSdNZfGb5y -p x

* No registration required!
* Your payout goes immediately to your wallet after the block drops, the confirmations will happen there

Incidentally, for people behind a proxy at work who want to check up on the pool, you can do so by using the HTTP port (don't use it for cgminer!)
http://smartcoin.freily.com

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February 13, 2014, 10:15:43 PM
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Some clarification, please: If I understand this correctly (but since I am relatively new I could be totally off), anyone can find a block, but the slower your hash rate the harder it would be compared to the big guns finding it first? Do I have that right? If not, I know that I will be corrected. And I thank you in advance.

Yes, but your best bet (unless you have lots of hashing power) is to mine in a pool because if you go solo it could take weeks or even months to find a block. On the other hand you might get lucky ;-) Mining on a pool lowers the variance so you have a more steady income.

Example of a pool (mine) is:

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P2Pool (1% fee) up here:

http://smartcoin.freily.com:9585

If you want to mine on it just use an address of your own as username, password doesn't matter.

Example:
Code:
cgminer --scrypt -o http://smartcoin.freily.com:9585 -u SWRAdrk56FgrGz3VFpwca4BJDSdNZfGb5y -p x

* No registration required!
* Your payout goes immediately to your wallet after the block drops, the confirmations will happen there

Incidentally, for people behind a proxy at work who want to check up on the pool, you can do so by using the HTTP port (don't use it for cgminer!)
http://smartcoin.freily.com

Okay, great. So I was correct in my assumptions! And I don't think I've ever mined solo. I did some reading before beginning this mining adventure and understood the power of a pool. Thanks!

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February 13, 2014, 10:33:22 PM
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Shhhh, don't disturb him.  He's over halfway done with his first puzzle


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February 13, 2014, 10:51:15 PM
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Shhhh, don't disturb him.  He's over halfway done with his first puzzle



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+100!!

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February 13, 2014, 11:00:53 PM
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I  am working on this,dont know how will be late
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February 14, 2014, 12:42:29 AM
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SMARTCOIN - who stole my wallet?

It was there, then it had gone.

It was hosted on your domain, which is also gone.




The Smartcoin domain is still there for me. It never had the online wallet on. There has been a ton of posts in this thread confirming it was a scam and the OP said not to use it for quite some time now. Sad that you lost your coins but you're directing your anger at the wrong place.

WTF? I got an email from smartcoin, setting me up with a wallet after the giveaway which I signed up for. I didn't buy any, then it all disappears.

The domain used for the wallet isn't the domain being used as the info page.

So, someone set up an elaborate scam or smartcoin scammed people with a pretend giveaway.

Ockham's razor indicates to me the real culprit.




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February 14, 2014, 12:54:53 AM
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SMARTCOIN - who stole my wallet?

It was there, then it had gone.

It was hosted on your domain, which is also gone.




The Smartcoin domain is still there for me. It never had the online wallet on. There has been a ton of posts in this thread confirming it was a scam and the OP said not to use it for quite some time now. Sad that you lost your coins but you're directing your anger at the wrong place.

WTF? I got an email from smartcoin, setting me up with a wallet after the giveaway which I signed up for. I didn't buy any, then it all disappears.

The domain used for the wallet isn't the domain being used as the info page.

So, someone set up an elaborate scam or smartcoin scammed people with a pretend giveaway.

Ockham's razor indicates to me the real culprit.





What was the domain for the wallet?

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February 14, 2014, 12:57:35 AM
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domain was t-hash
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February 14, 2014, 01:07:08 AM
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domain was t-hash

Yup, that was the scam wallet. Dirty bast@rds made off with lots of smartcoin. Sorry about that.

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February 14, 2014, 01:27:16 AM
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SMARTCOIN - who stole my wallet?

It was there, then it had gone.

It was hosted on your domain, which is also gone.




The Smartcoin domain is still there for me. It never had the online wallet on. There has been a ton of posts in this thread confirming it was a scam and the OP said not to use it for quite some time now. Sad that you lost your coins but you're directing your anger at the wrong place.

WTF? I got an email from smartcoin, setting me up with a wallet after the giveaway which I signed up for. I didn't buy any, then it all disappears.

The domain used for the wallet isn't the domain being used as the info page.

So, someone set up an elaborate scam or smartcoin scammed people with a pretend giveaway.

Ockham's razor indicates to me the real culprit.





You can find the link here http://smartcoin.io/redeem
Think this is what you actually mean!
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February 14, 2014, 02:06:42 AM
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SMARTCOIN - who stole my wallet?

It was there, then it had gone.

It was hosted on your domain, which is also gone.




The Smartcoin domain is still there for me. It never had the online wallet on. There has been a ton of posts in this thread confirming it was a scam and the OP said not to use it for quite some time now. Sad that you lost your coins but you're directing your anger at the wrong place.

WTF? I got an email from smartcoin, setting me up with a wallet after the giveaway which I signed up for. I didn't buy any, then it all disappears.

The domain used for the wallet isn't the domain being used as the info page.

So, someone set up an elaborate scam or smartcoin scammed people with a pretend giveaway.

Ockham's razor indicates to me the real culprit.





We didn't set you up with any wallet. We never told you where to place your coins. You gave your wallet address when you redeemed your coins. If you decided that an online wallet was the best place to put them then that is your decision. Stop calling our giveaway a scam. It was far from it - everyone received their coins, including you. Where you decide to put it is not our problem.

Everyone else who lost coins in the online wallet have come to the realization that their >1000 SMC is gone forever and here you are making a huge fuss over $3. Grow up.

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February 14, 2014, 02:23:58 AM
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Just thought I'd mention that we've been in the top 5 at coinwarz every time I checked today - and since the implementation of the Gravity Well, that's a good thing Smiley   With their current minor pull back, we're even rated as a better value than Doge which has the 3rd or 4th highest market cap of any coin.  Amazing. 

Steady as she goes, lads and lasses! 

Kudos to you, Dev!

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February 14, 2014, 02:25:34 AM
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Just thought I'd mention that we've been in the top 5 at coinwarz every time I checked today - and since the implementation of the Gravity Well, that's a good thing Smiley   With their current minor pull back, we're even rated as a better value than Doge which has the 3rd or 4th highest market cap of any coin.  Amazing. 

Steady as she goes, lads and lasses! 

Kudos to you, Dev!

Oh, and p.s.

MINE!  MINE!  MINE!

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February 14, 2014, 07:11:50 AM
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Just thought I'd mention that we've been in the top 5 at coinwarz every time I checked today - and since the implementation of the Gravity Well, that's a good thing Smiley   With their current minor pull back, we're even rated as a better value than Doge which has the 3rd or 4th highest market cap of any coin.  Amazing. 

Steady as she goes, lads and lasses! 

Kudos to you, Dev!

Oh, and p.s.

MINE!  MINE!  MINE!

all that sounds quite good, but i'm still not sure, if its worth investing more money in this coin...
excange rate hasn't mooved really much for the last few days exept for some short term lifts to 0,00013.

I really don't want to panic, but could someone explain in detail, why this coin should go up? (i know about the KGW, but we're not the only coin having it...  Wink  )
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February 14, 2014, 07:49:31 AM
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Everybody is too busy worrying about BTC right now. Be glad the exchange rate isn't tanking completely. When BTC becomes stable again you will see movement in alts.

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February 14, 2014, 08:05:36 AM
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domain was t-hash

Yup, that was the scam wallet. Dirty bast@rds made off with lots of smartcoin. Sorry about that.

Would you give you money to a guy you never saw and you know nothing about? Don´t hope so. Why did you send your coins to an unknown and unproofed online wallet. Why didn´t you just install the wallet on your computer??? I´ll never understand this.

I´m sorry for your lost. But your parents should have told you: "Never trust a stranger!"
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February 14, 2014, 09:19:00 AM
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Anyone notice better rates at coinedup then at coinmarket. Looking at coinedup's graphs for SMC looks like its going to shoot up.
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February 14, 2014, 09:49:16 AM
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SMARTCOIN - who stole my wallet?

It was there, then it had gone.

It was hosted on your domain, which is also gone.




The Smartcoin domain is still there for me. It never had the online wallet on. There has been a ton of posts in this thread confirming it was a scam and the OP said not to use it for quite some time now. Sad that you lost your coins but you're directing your anger at the wrong place.

WTF? I got an email from smartcoin, setting me up with a wallet after the giveaway which I signed up for. I didn't buy any, then it all disappears.

The domain used for the wallet isn't the domain being used as the info page.

So, someone set up an elaborate scam or smartcoin scammed people with a pretend giveaway.

Ockham's razor indicates to me the real culprit.





We didn't set you up with any wallet. We never told you where to place your coins. You gave your wallet address when you redeemed your coins. If you decided that an online wallet was the best place to put them then that is your decision. Stop calling our giveaway a scam. It was far from it - everyone received their coins, including you. Where you decide to put it is not our problem.

Everyone else who lost coins in the online wallet have come to the realization that their >1000 SMC is gone forever and here you are making a huge fuss over $3. Grow up.

Ive had your promotion in my signature for ages now. Well before launch too. Where are my 15 SMC?
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February 14, 2014, 10:12:28 AM
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no one has received 15 SMC yet. A little patience.

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