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Author Topic: [ANN][DASH] Dash (dash.org) | First Self-Funding Self-Governing Crypto Currency  (Read 9478743 times)
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September 07, 2014, 03:26:13 PM
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Who controls the Litecoin Crown?
Who keeps the other altcoins down?
We do, we do!

Who keeps free speech off the chats?
Who keeps the bribary under wraps?
We do, we do!



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September 07, 2014, 04:14:36 PM
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The various wallets considered to belong to Mintpal contain ~9.5% of the coin supply, around 444,000 DRK.



How many Masternodes are laying around there ?? !!....>

How was is determined that those wallets belong to mintpal? Just curious.
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September 07, 2014, 04:16:52 PM
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Very few ideas are new. Just too few people can solve the problems preventing ideas becoming reality.

Bitcoin is great, but it misses one thing that usual bank transfers have: payment title.

Perhaps it should be possible to include short (<=512 bytes) message for each transaction.
The message could be encrypted with public/private keys so only the receiver can see its contents.

What do You think ?

PS.
I might be wrong, but the messages could also be used to increase randomness of hashing process by the way, couldn't they ? If not, never mind.


ECDSA can't encrypt messages, only sign signatures.

It would be unwise to have permanently recorded plaintext messages for everyone to see.  It would be an accident waiting to happen.

If there's going to be a message system, it should be a separate system parallel to the bitcoin network.  Messages should not be recorded in the block chain.  The messages could be signed with the bitcoin address keypairs to prove who they're from.

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September 07, 2014, 04:29:38 PM
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The various wallets considered to belong to Mintpal contain ~9.5% of the coin supply, around 444,000 DRK.



How many Masternodes are laying around there ?? !!....>

Technically none. Each MN wallet = 1,000 DRK.

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September 07, 2014, 04:30:14 PM
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The various wallets considered to belong to Mintpal contain ~9.5% of the coin supply, around 444,000 DRK.



How many Masternodes are laying around there ?? !!....>

How was is determined that those wallets belong to mintpal? Just curious.

...you withdraw from mintpal and the money come from one of this addresses....


eddit:
most times, you get your money from more than one address.
mintpal has some balancing-thing on the way.
so you can associate the adresses.

if you have eg. 3 addresses sending to you, each about 33% of your withdrawel and 1 address filling the rest to make the number strait (this is at least how my withdrawals looked like - schematically) ,
you can see which transactions from other addresses are coordinated. (nearly same amount, same time, to same address)

you can create a map starting by the addresses you know, and look which overlap.


DΛRKCOIN -> is now -> DΛSH
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not DashCoin, not DarkDash, not anything. The Name has been / is changed the tech stays the same
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September 07, 2014, 04:40:03 PM
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The various wallets considered to belong to Mintpal contain ~9.5% of the coin supply, around 444,000 DRK.



How many Masternodes are laying around there ?? !!....>

How was is determined that those wallets belong to mintpal? Just curious.

...you withdraw from mintpal and the money come from one of this addresses....


eddit:
most times, you get your money from more than one address.
mintpal has some balancing-thing on the way.
so you can associate the adresses.

if you have eg. 3 addresses sending to you, each about 33% of your withdrawel and 1 address filling the rest to make the number strait (this is at least how my withdrawals looked like - schematically) ,
you can see which transactions from other addresses are coordinated. (nearly same amount, same time, to same address)
you can create a map

Very interesting, thanks. Wouldn't those withdrawal addresses be their hot wallets? Is it possible the other huge 400+K wallet is their cold storage?
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September 07, 2014, 04:51:08 PM
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The various wallets considered to belong to Mintpal contain ~9.5% of the coin supply, around 444,000 DRK.



How many Masternodes are laying around there ?? !!....>

How was is determined that those wallets belong to mintpal? Just curious.

...you withdraw from mintpal and the money come from one of this addresses....


eddit:
most times, you get your money from more than one address.
mintpal has some balancing-thing on the way.
so you can associate the adresses.

if you have eg. 3 addresses sending to you, each about 33% of your withdrawel and 1 address filling the rest to make the number strait (this is at least how my withdrawals looked like - schematically) ,
you can see which transactions from other addresses are coordinated. (nearly same amount, same time, to same address)
you can create a map

Very interesting, thanks. Wouldn't those withdrawal addresses be their hot wallets? Is it possible the other huge 400+K wallet is their cold storage?

What about cryptsy and bitfinex? Which are their wallets?
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September 07, 2014, 05:04:03 PM
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bitfinex must be the biggest wallet !
p.s
What are the news guys ? Did I missed something ? I heard that someone is trying to suppress the Greatness of the Darkcoin .
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September 07, 2014, 05:47:59 PM
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OK, you've seen my posts, right? this is the one that gets moderated?

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A reply of yours, quoted below, was deleted by a Bitcoin Forum moderator. Posts are most frequently deleted because they are off-topic, though they can also be deleted for other reasons. In the future, please avoid posting things that need to be deleted.

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Yeah, I'm dirty-reposting it... :-p

I think the LTC/BTC fanboys are moderating the forum. Read it while you can.... Quote it hard.

Someone must feel threatened... Lock Thread over KA truth-telling, can't even tell a guy I sent him some DRK for his animated .gif? Scared mods with too much power are scared.

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September 07, 2014, 05:53:26 PM
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Very strange, and also very arbitrary... My original post (with the superheroes) never was deleted, but your post quoting it is?  Huh
Typical arbitrary tyranny.

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September 07, 2014, 05:55:02 PM
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Earn your own DRK coins by mining at the multipool. Not only that, you can earn DRK using your old ASIC hardware on SHA256 and SCRYPT coins!


DarkCoin by xpool - DRK Multipool

 
PROP reward system
DRK Payouts
Scrypt & SHA256 & X11 Algo's
DDoS Protected
High Performance Backend
Simple setup and usage
0% Fees while in BETA
To mine:

How does it work?

xpool offers 3 different sets of coins to mine. SHA256, Scrypt and X11. Each algorithm runs on a shift. Currently there is no set interval as there needs to be enough found and confirmed blocks to make trading worthwhile on the exchanges. We don't want to finish a shift only to find out, the exchanges are going to eat up the payout in fees or limit the withdraw with a large minimum. The confirmed coins are traded throughout the duration of the shift automatically to maximize the profits from exchanging them into DRK. Once enough confirmed blocked are accumulated, the shift is moved into "Trading" status while all the exchanged coins are calculated into DRK and then queued for payment. Once all the coins are confirmed as successfully traded and exchanged, the DRK payments are sent.

As the pool picks up more hashing speed and sufficient DRK can be picked up from the exchanges, the shifts will be set to a schedule and payouts more frequent and less worry about the exchanges. This is a growing phase so the more hash support the better.
If a DRK block is found, there's no exchanging or loss of fees as it can simply be moved into the X11 payout queue.

The advantage of the pool is that you can utilize your older ASIC equipment to earn you the more desired DarkCoin.
Cheers and Happy Hashing!

Donations welcome!
Looks like crackfoo has added a bunch of SHA256/DR algos for BTCD, but left DRK out in the cold...

I am disappoint.

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September 07, 2014, 06:03:03 PM
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Closing down this survey. Results for future record.

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September 07, 2014, 06:04:31 PM
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Very strange, and also very arbitrary... My original post (with the superheroes) never was deleted, but your post quoting it is?  Huh
Typical arbitrary tyranny.
This is far from arbitrary. I haven't mentioned over two dozen other posts that were deleted simply because I quoted DRK progress. All of my crazy posts are still there. Plenty of sane ones doing nothing more than state facts are deleted.

Some heavily invested mods are doing their best to censor DRK news. Not arbitrary at all. it is very obviously focused against DRK.

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September 07, 2014, 06:12:51 PM
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I had the first post on page 3000 too but with all the deleted stuff, everything has shifted. #sad-e-peen
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September 07, 2014, 06:29:54 PM
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I had the first post on page 3000 too but with all the deleted stuff, everything has shifted. #sad-e-peen

Actually, I was in the middle of page 3000 - I seem to remember being glued to me screen trying to time the post

I'm now on page 2999 congratulating myself for being premature. Story of my life. 

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September 07, 2014, 06:53:09 PM
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Would there be any benefit to me writing a bot which scrapes this thread for new posts and maintains a complete history so there is evidence of exactly which posts are being removed and just so the content isn't actually lost?
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September 07, 2014, 06:59:19 PM
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Would there be any benefit to me writing a bot which scrapes this thread for new posts and maintains a complete history so there is evidence of exactly which posts are being removed and just so the content isn't actually lost?

Might get your IP banned ... if you scrape too fast too often.

But it would be great to have a tool like that.

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September 07, 2014, 07:18:45 PM
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900 MasterNodes and growing!!!
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September 07, 2014, 07:20:15 PM
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Would there be any benefit to me writing a bot which scrapes this thread for new posts and maintains a complete history so there is evidence of exactly which posts are being removed and just so the content isn't actually lost?

That would be very cool :-)

This site used to do it, but for some reason it stopped copying our posts last month. Maybe the thread got too long for it to cope with.

https://bitcointa.lk/threads/ann-drk-darkcoin-first-anonymous-coin-darksend-no-premine-runs-30-cooler-than-scrypt.240313/

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September 07, 2014, 07:21:24 PM
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Would there be any benefit to me writing a bot which scrapes this thread for new posts and maintains a complete history so there is evidence of exactly which posts are being removed and just so the content isn't actually lost?

I think there is a mirror somewhere that does that. Not sure how fast it collects data.

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