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Author Topic: ★★DigiByte|极特币★★[DGB]✔ Core v6.16.5.1 - DigiShield, DigiSpeed, Segwit  (Read 3055608 times)
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January 22, 2014, 06:27:59 AM
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Its all he knows lol.
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January 22, 2014, 06:38:36 AM
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Still out and about trolling I see Ginger Smiley
Its all he knows lol.

Might be important to point out, in case anyone here is actually new to this forum, that some members here like to create brand new accounts for reasons of personal gain.  
They then proceed to devote the entire time logged into that account for a pre-determined purpose -> such as bashing a certain coin/thread they have a motive to see fail.

I would point anyone interested to the account history of GingerMod: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=219339;sa=showPosts;start=0

1. Created around the launch of DigiByte
2. Couple posts in newbie thread (required by forum, as you probably already know).
3. 1 Post in a different altcoin thread
4. EVERY SINGLE OTHER POST HAS BEEN BASHING DIGIBYTE

So!  Why don't you just come clean GingerMod?  
Why not just expose your real forum account and let everyone see the motives behind all these kind and thoughtful posts you keep making? Smiley

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January 22, 2014, 06:41:57 AM
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Alright everyone, we have decided to release the Android Wallet early outside of Google Play! Please report any bugs or issues you may encounter! Thank you to xploited! Please enjoy!

As far as Android Wallets go, this is a good start.  The developer was notified about the various broken links that are present in the About section.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=336215 - Android Wallet Creation Service
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January 22, 2014, 06:45:12 AM
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Still out and about trolling I see Ginger Smiley
Its all he knows lol.

Might be important to point out, in case anyone here is actually new to this forum, that some members here like to create brand new accounts for reasons of personal gain.  
They then proceed to devote the entire time logged into that account for a pre-determined purpose -> such as bashing a certain coin/thread they have a motive to see fail.

I would point anyone interested to the account history of GingerMod: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=219339;sa=showPosts;start=0

1. Created around the launch of DigiByte
2. Couple posts in newbie thread (required by forum, as you probably already know).
3. 1 Post in a different altcoin thread
4. EVERY SINGLE OTHER POST HAS BEEN BASHING DIGIBYTE

So!  Why don't you just come clean GingerMod?  
Why not just expose your real forum account and let everyone see the motives behind all these kind and thoughtful posts you keep making? Smiley

I'm actually new to the forum. Not trolling, just trying to enlighten some of you. It's truthfully irritating to see people blindly put their faith in things.
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January 22, 2014, 06:48:50 AM
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Still out and about trolling I see Ginger Smiley
Its all he knows lol.

Might be important to point out, in case anyone here is actually new to this forum, that some members here like to create brand new accounts for reasons of personal gain.  
They then proceed to devote the entire time logged into that account for a pre-determined purpose -> such as bashing a certain coin/thread they have a motive to see fail.

I would point anyone interested to the account history of GingerMod: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=219339;sa=showPosts;start=0

1. Created around the launch of DigiByte
2. Couple posts in newbie thread (required by forum, as you probably already know).
3. 1 Post in a different altcoin thread
4. EVERY SINGLE OTHER POST HAS BEEN BASHING DIGIBYTE

So!  Why don't you just come clean GingerMod?  
Why not just expose your real forum account and let everyone see the motives behind all these kind and thoughtful posts you keep making? Smiley

I'm actually new to the forum. Not trolling, just trying to enlighten some of you. It's truthfully irritating to see people blindly put their faith in things.

ah so your a hero, saving us unenlightened folk. What would we do without you oh mighty troll lord.
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January 22, 2014, 06:54:50 AM
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Still out and about trolling I see Ginger Smiley
Its all he knows lol.

Might be important to point out, in case anyone here is actually new to this forum, that some members here like to create brand new accounts for reasons of personal gain.  
They then proceed to devote the entire time logged into that account for a pre-determined purpose -> such as bashing a certain coin/thread they have a motive to see fail.

I would point anyone interested to the account history of GingerMod: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=219339;sa=showPosts;start=0

1. Created around the launch of DigiByte
2. Couple posts in newbie thread (required by forum, as you probably already know).
3. 1 Post in a different altcoin thread
4. EVERY SINGLE OTHER POST HAS BEEN BASHING DIGIBYTE

So!  Why don't you just come clean GingerMod?  
Why not just expose your real forum account and let everyone see the motives behind all these kind and thoughtful posts you keep making? Smiley

I'm actually new to the forum. Not trolling, just trying to enlighten some of you. It's truthfully irritating to see people blindly put their faith in things.

ah so your a hero, saving us unenlightened folk. What would we do without you oh mighty troll lord.

I mean, if you're just going to be stubborn alright.
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January 22, 2014, 07:23:18 AM
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Let's get DigiByte on Bter: Send an email to support@bter.com
Let's get DigiByte on CoinedUp: http://www.reddit.com/r/CoinedUp/comments/1v93k1/please_add_digibyte_dgb/
Let's get DigiByte on Cryptsy: https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/72581

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Where are candlesticks?

Candlesticks are a visualization of price on a chart. It was invented in the 18th century by Munehisa Homma, Japanese rice trader of financial instruments. The wick area is where price has gone to, the bar is where it has rested and closed upon. There are numerous candlestick patterns technical chart readers use to predict price.
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January 22, 2014, 07:54:12 AM
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Where are candlesticks?

Candlesticks are a visualization of price on a chart. It was invested in the 18th century by Munehisa Homma, Japanese rice trader of financial instruments. The wick area is where price has gone to, the bar is where it has rested and closed upon. There are numerous candlestick patterns technical chart readers use to predict price.

My question was WHERE, not what.
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January 22, 2014, 08:06:03 AM
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Very nice indeed. Is this the beta for the upcoming DGB/USD exchange?
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January 22, 2014, 08:06:46 AM
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Where are candlesticks?

Candlesticks are a visualization of price on a chart. It was invested in the 18th century by Munehisa Homma, Japanese rice trader of financial instruments. The wick area is where price has gone to, the bar is where it has rested and closed upon. There are numerous candlestick patterns technical chart readers use to predict price.

My question was WHERE, not what.

Oh sorry it`s late here lol. They`re usually on most trading platforms or exchanges. Where are you looking for them?
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January 22, 2014, 08:17:34 AM
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If anyone has a great idea on to what the best way to do the lottery is please let us know. We ourselves were thinking of a fair & transparent way to do this.

1. Payout at least 95%
2. Only accept tickets from users here in the board that created an account more than 2 weeks ago (otherwise the creator of the lottery could easily set up a new account himself that wins)
3. Let digibyte announce the winner
4. Reveal how the draw will be done to prove randomness


1. Why not make it 101% payout  Smiley
2. Great - so about 3 people will buy tickets??
3. He is now.
4. Yeah, put it on CNN

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Any of those dice games or bet races give me a higher chance to win, so no reason for me and many others to participate. The USDE lottery even paid out more than that.Wink

And I believe that all of my 4 points are valid points, but your replies have shown that you do not want to take them serious and even made fun about it, so my little trust in this is now completely gone. Smiley

Maybe, I will start my own lottery where all those 4 points will apply.

I can't see that you even have a single valid point, all I see is that you would like to steal my idea. Please stop trolling, your close to being a Gingermod2.

Those dice games are set up for ALL of you to lose against the "house". They are meant to be played again and again and again in a short period of time and you lose a little almost all the time. If you play that boring dicegame for an hour you will probably have lost 95% of your funds - giving a payout in real termes of 5%. Play the dicegame with 50,000 DGB for an hour and your left with 2,500 DGB, making a loss of 47,500. Any of those dicegames or bet races will make you broke.

Play the DigiByte Lottery on the other hand and you may win up to 300,000 DGB.
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January 22, 2014, 08:19:54 AM
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Let's get DigiByte on Bter: Send an email to support@bter.com
Let's get DigiByte on CoinedUp: http://www.reddit.com/r/CoinedUp/comments/1v93k1/please_add_digibyte_dgb/
Let's get DigiByte on Cryptsy: https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/72581

Please support DGB! Thanks!

For security, your account has been locked. Email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com
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Very nice indeed. Is this the beta for the upcoming DGB/USD exchange?

yes

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January 22, 2014, 08:29:20 AM
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Great looking exchange!

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January 22, 2014, 08:32:24 AM
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SUPPORT DIGIBYTE

Support DigiByte and fill the forum with important information from this thread regarding everything that DigiByte represents. If we wish to attract new users, we need to offer them a place to learn and ask questions


DigiByte Forum is Online


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January 22, 2014, 08:35:54 AM
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Very nice indeed. Is this the beta for the upcoming DGB/USD exchange?

yes

I love this price!
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January 22, 2014, 08:50:31 AM
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DigiByte Lottery

Welcome to the first ever DigiByte Digi-Lottery.

Tickets sold: 24
Tickets left: 126
Here is your chance to win up to 300000 DGB if all tickets are sold.


Prizes!
1st price - 50% of the prize pool (300,000 DGB if all tickets are sold)
2st price - 20% of the prize pool (120,000 DGB if all tickets are sold)
3rd price - 10% of the prize pool (60,000  DGB if all tickets are sold)




How will the lottery be done

• A dedicated new account/wallet will be used for this purpose only. Payment for tickets and winnings will be paid from same wallet.
• When 150 tickets are sold I will take the amount of tickets and correspond them with the paymentaddress used.
• If less than 150 tickets have been sold within 5 days, the lottery will start regardless. If less than 5 tickets are sold, the lottery will be cancelled and fully refunded.
• I will use a randomizer from 1 to a 150 (if the number of tickets sold are less than a hundred, say 64, then the randomizer will be set to draw from 1 to 64 and so on).
• Each ticket will cost 4000 DGB. Pay to this address DEB9iMJzdkFa8FWsRVabzUzuJLfaEVk746
• Notify your payment and number of tickets at this thread ➜ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=423204.0


Lottery drawing will take place on Friday the 24th or when all tickets are sold out.
GOOD LUCK!!!!!!

Edit: The dev Mr. DigiByte has agreed to draw first prize. I will send the info to him before he draws it. Completely transparent and now with the participation of the devs.
Edit: I have raised First Prize to a whopping 300,000 DGB to make the DigiByte Lottery even more exciting.

On another note. Don't waste your Digi's on a worthless dicegame. It's a complete ripoff. Those dice games are set up for ALL of you to lose against the "house". They are meant to be played again and again and again in a short period of time and you lose a little almost all the time. If you play that boring dicegame for an hour you will probably have lost 95% of your funds - giving a payout in real termes of 5%. Play the dicegame with 50,000 DGB for an hour and your left with 2,500 DGB, making a loss of 47,500.
Any of those dicegames or bet races will make you broke.

Play the DigiByte Lottery on the other hand and you may win up to 300,000 DGB  Grin
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January 22, 2014, 09:08:57 AM
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If anyone has a great idea on to what the best way to do the lottery is please let us know. We ourselves were thinking of a fair & transparent way to do this.

1. Payout at least 95%
2. Only accept tickets from users here in the board that created an account more than 2 weeks ago (otherwise the creator of the lottery could easily set up a new account himself that wins)
3. Let digibyte announce the winner
4. Reveal how the draw will be done to prove randomness


1. Why not make it 101% payout  Smiley
2. Great - so about 3 people will buy tickets??
3. He is now.
4. Yeah, put it on CNN

 Grin

Any of those dice games or bet races give me a higher chance to win, so no reason for me and many others to participate. The USDE lottery even paid out more than that.Wink

And I believe that all of my 4 points are valid points, but your replies have shown that you do not want to take them serious and even made fun about it, so my little trust in this is now completely gone. Smiley

Maybe, I will start my own lottery where all those 4 points will apply.

I can't see that you even have a single valid point, all I see is that you would like to steal my idea. Please stop trolling, your close to being a Gingermod2.

Those dice games are set up for ALL of you to lose against the "house". They are meant to be played again and again and again in a short period of time and you lose a little almost all the time. If you play that boring dicegame for an hour you will probably have lost 95% of your funds - giving a payout in real termes of 5%. Play the dicegame with 50,000 DGB for an hour and your left with 2,500 DGB, making a loss of 47,500. Any of those dicegames or bet races will make you broke.

Play the DigiByte Lottery on the other hand and you may win up to 300,000 DGB.


Oh, so it IS an official lottery of DGB Devs and your not making any profit at all on the lottery?

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January 22, 2014, 09:23:51 AM
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Oh, so it IS an official lottery of DGB Devs and your not making any profit at all on the lottery?


Lol, I never claimed I did this for free. People should get something for putting in a lot of time and effort - do you work for free?? Even the guy who did the German "translation" on Google translate got paid 250,000 DGB for his 5 min. of "work".

The dicegames and bet races are complete ripoffs though. In comparison I believe the lottery is fair as it now stands considering risk/reward
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