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September 06, 2011, 02:26:51 AM
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Isn't it funny how "poor" SolidCoin is yet we have people writing open source clients for it, wanting to try to take control of it. If it was worthless they wouldn't want to, something to consider for the sane minds reading this thread. Smiley

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September 06, 2011, 02:29:26 AM
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Isn't it funny how "poor" SolidCoin is yet we have people writing open source clients for it, wanting to try to take control of it. If it was worthless they wouldn't want to, something to consider for the sane minds reading this thread. Smiley

I don't think anybody has any real issue with the concept of SolidCoin itself.  In fact I like it the most of all alt *coins and would like to see it succeed.

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September 06, 2011, 02:32:05 AM
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Isn't it funny how "poor" SolidCoin is yet we have people writing open source clients for it, wanting to try to take control of it. If it was worthless they wouldn't want to, something to consider for the sane minds reading this thread. Smiley

It's the blockchain I want to see keep running, the client is only a means to do that. And I totally don't trust your changes to BitCoin, you made too many too fast and introduced many bugs doing it.

EDIT: I should add you told WAY too many lies and that destroyed any trust we had in you personally.
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September 06, 2011, 02:34:54 AM
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Isn't it funny how "poor" SolidCoin is yet we have people writing open source clients for it, wanting to try to take control of it. If it was worthless they wouldn't want to, something to consider for the sane minds reading this thread. Smiley

SolidCoin isn't poor. You're just pathetic.

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September 06, 2011, 02:39:33 AM
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SolidCoin isn't poor. You're just pathetic.

So someone pathetic created something which isn't poor? Nice. Smiley

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September 06, 2011, 02:42:07 AM
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SolidCoin isn't poor. You're just pathetic.

So someone pathetic created something which isn't poor? Nice. Smiley

Your meds are wearing off dude. Take another handful of lithium before your next post.
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September 06, 2011, 02:48:13 AM
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Oh, and if you think the orphan block handling "improvements" (aka completely disabling it) in 1.031 doesn't hurt anything (well, other than nodes not catching up to the current block under certain circumstances)...

Under certain circumstances. Heh. You could say this with many things currently in Bitcoin.

I'm adding orphan storage to 1.10 but doing it properly,  ie will only store a certain amount on a rotating buffer to get around attacks people like you have created. The same issue you're talking about exists if you're flooding a node with shit, so it's not a complete solution is it? The reason I didn't implement a more thorough solution is I wanted to protect the users from the attacks you and others have created immediately, which it has done to this point.


grep your debug.log for "getblocks".
Notice some nodes appear to be sending a GetBlocks for *every single block they get* while downloading the chain?
Notice the block #s are nowhere near the "bad evil hacker" blocks?
You got 3 guesses which versions are exhibiting that broken behaviour.

Broken behaviour? A few extra getblock requests isn't going to hurt anything and in a lot of instances increases the speed of initial block downloading. Your FUD about chain forks is ridiculous. The people who are on the latest block (most of the network outside initial downloaders) won't be affected by orphan storage removal. In instances where multiple blocks are generated fast they still get the blocks quickly, it's just not as entirely efficient as 1.10 will be with it.

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September 06, 2011, 03:00:41 AM
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Oh my, CoinHunter and ArtForz in civil 'tech' conversation.  Surely I am in Bizzaro world :p

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September 06, 2011, 03:19:19 AM
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So someone pathetic created something which isn't poor? Nice. Smiley


You created bitcoin?  Oh wow, I didn't know you were....


Oh.  You adjusted a few variables.  *pats on head*

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September 06, 2011, 03:57:51 AM
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Yeah the only problem with that is I have solved the 51% problem and that is also coming out very soon. Oops, did SolidCoin just protect itself a lot better than Bitcoin? Smiley

Furthermore when anyone new to SolidCoin google searches for it, guess which site they'll be getting? So yes please go convince the mining pools to abandon the official version in favour of some featureless fork of SolidCoin from an earlier version because they'll be removed off the site, no longer get new visitors and earn the distrust of the whole SC community. ie They'll die like SCGuild and Bitparking.

We are the SolidCoin community and we no longer trust your so called 'official' version due to the bugs you keep introducing, your unacceptable license change, and your erratic, insulting manner.

You think you can make changes to keep things incompatible with open source? You will exhaust yourself trying, fail, and still end up with an implementation that no-one is going to use. Everyone will forget you even exist when the next IOCoin comes out.



Let's not forget that the people seemingly involved with the new "fork" are much, much smarter than Coinhunter is (if the mess he's made of things so far are anything to go by). 
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September 06, 2011, 04:00:17 AM
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It's a dead cert the closed source client will die if we keep a open source and honest version available. We totally have to do this. If he still has the power to add blocks he can flood the exchanges now or at any time in the future. It's bad enough we can't revoke coins he already pre-mined.

Yes we can.

Simply tell the client to reject as an input any transaction whos output is a generation in the relevant blocks, starting at block now. Smiley

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September 06, 2011, 04:01:34 AM
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Isn't it funny how "poor" SolidCoin is yet we have people writing open source clients for it, wanting to try to take control of it. If it was worthless they wouldn't want to, something to consider for the sane minds reading this thread. Smiley

You're just completely blind to your own idiocy aren't you.   Nobody has anything in for SolidCoin, it's YOU that's pissing everyone off and causing this whole thing.  
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September 06, 2011, 04:06:46 AM
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You're just completely blind to your own idiocy aren't you.   Nobody has anything in for SolidCoin, it's YOU that's pissing everyone off and causing this whole thing.  

You'll never convince him. He's too stupid and delusional. He started with some pretty good community support: a pool over at BTCguild, an exchange at bitparking and at Ruxum...

He of course insists it's all ArtForz' fault, but it wasn't ArtForz' demonstration that caused two exchanges and a pool to go pretty much all at once:

It was his own actions, and his giant attempt to blame it on Bitcoin core developers.

And for all of his claims about how much smarter he is...

Hey, CoinHunter, if you're right and this is all ArtForz' and Gavin's fault, guess the degree to which it blew up in your face and hurt your currency proves they're way smarter than you are. Smiley

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September 06, 2011, 05:23:08 AM
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I have 1Ghash that I will *not* be putting towards a Solidcoin fork.
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September 06, 2011, 05:25:05 AM
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So youre going to hurt all the people who got a bounty just because someone was abrasive ?

Some of the best chefs in the world are complete assholes yet you dont see people refusing to eat at their restaurants. Dont want to get hurt feelings? Dont go in the kitchen...
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September 06, 2011, 05:28:07 AM
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So youre going to hurt all the people who got a bounty just because someone was abrasive ?

Some of the best chefs in the world are complete assholes yet you dont see people refusing to eat at their restaurants. Dont want to get hurt feelings? Dont go in the kitchen...

Perhaps the cook should stay in the kitchen and stop coming out into the dining room to confront those who don't agree with him.

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September 06, 2011, 05:33:49 AM
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So youre going to hurt all the people who got a bounty just because someone was abrasive ?

Some of the best chefs in the world are complete assholes yet you dont see people refusing to eat at their restaurants. Dont want to get hurt feelings? Dont go in the kitchen...

And when you go to the restaurant you don't deal with the asshole chef or go in the kitchen you deal with the staff of the establishment who are usually very helpful or people don't go back no matter how good the food...

That is true. However that doesnt excuse the fact people want to exclude the first 30 000 coins mined which ARE ALL BOUNTY COINS.
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September 06, 2011, 05:34:02 AM
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So youre going to hurt all the people who got a bounty just because someone was abrasive ?

Some of the best chefs in the world are complete assholes yet you dont see people refusing to eat at their restaurants. Dont want to get hurt feelings? Dont go in the kitchen...

And when you go to the restaurant you don't deal with the asshole chef or go in the kitchen you deal with the staff of the establishment who are usually very helpful or people don't go back no matter how good the food...

+1 The cook shouldn't be the waiter, greeter, cashier, etc. They should just cook and that's all.

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September 06, 2011, 05:39:36 AM
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Perhaps creation of Solidcoin fork is inevitable.

Let's fork ! Smiley

New fork with some minor changes making new blockhain incompatible with "official" one,
but still accepting "official" coins would be perfect.

CH/RS must be punished for his bad behavior,
 before his actions will make a lot more damage to the *Coins community  Smiley

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September 06, 2011, 05:41:02 AM
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So youre going to hurt all the people who got a bounty just because someone was abrasive ?

Some of the best chefs in the world are complete assholes yet you dont see people refusing to eat at their restaurants. Dont want to get hurt feelings? Dont go in the kitchen...

Actually, my suggestion was that the prohibition on spending his pre-mined coins should be implemented at the current block. The people who PREVIOUSLY took bounty money in good faith before CoinHunter screwed up big time and lost control of his project should not be penalized.

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