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September 15, 2014, 12:22:52 AM
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Quality - people are starting to get it:

"I've seen this mentioned several times. Not clear on something. If you purchase the coin's on Coinbase, it's going to be under your name and address. All the IRS has to do is ask coinbase for your account information, and everything you've ever done is right there. Whats the difference between moving those coins to another address, versus "shuffling" them? Everyone knows you can move coins easily. Is the difference that there's no way to know where they went? That just sets off red flags that they've been laundered. They're gonna ask you where they went. You'll still be assumed to have those coins. Unless ANY move of coins equates to no longer possessing them. In which case you don't need to launder. You can just do a one time move out of the Coinbase wallet.

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September 15, 2014, 12:39:46 AM
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What DogeCoin did after it broke its long term down trend.



Where DRK is right now



What I'm saying is... don't sell your DRK and let's make it happen. Grin ( a breakout could see us back to 1,000,000 sat)

(For comparison, here is LiteCoin - it is about a month away still)



We could be seeing cryptos bottoming out completely. It's still going to depend more or less on what BTC does though.
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September 15, 2014, 12:49:20 AM
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What DogeCoin did after it broke its long term down trend.



Where DRK is right now



What I'm saying is... don't sell your DRK and let's make it happen. Grin

1: these two graphs have different time scales
2: this Doge pump was supported by the Backslash news
3: I think Doge is already back on it's old track, it was a very quick P&D
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September 15, 2014, 01:13:31 AM
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How is ghash.io solving drk blocks worth 6, 7, or even 8 drk on a regular basis?

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September 15, 2014, 01:21:05 AM
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How is ghash.io solving drk blocks worth 6, 7, or even 8 drk on a regular basis?

DIFF would had to of dropped.

edit
http://drk.poolhash.org/bell.html

I see a lot of 6's

Yea with the reward level at 4 plus transaction fees I wasn't sure how it was possible to get 8 drk from solving one block and I've skimmed all of posts about ghash and no one has mentioned anything about their high returns and also their huge orphaned blocks. 1 out of 10 are orphans sometimes two in a row. Their DVC blocks orphan on a even higher rate.

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September 15, 2014, 01:22:57 AM
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Is there a guide
how to update the MN Wallet to the newest version Huh
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Is there a guide
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For MAC please !
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September 15, 2014, 03:32:22 AM
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I am very, very concerned that American's will turn to Bitcoin and then eventually to Darkcoin to try and hide their worldwide income.
Uh yeah sure you are  Grin
Sure they will. Give them time Wink

Habib, now I'm logging in each day just to see what you've done with your sig  Cheesy

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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September 15, 2014, 03:36:45 AM
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I am very, very concerned that American's will turn to Bitcoin and then eventually to Darkcoin to try and hide their worldwide income.
Uh yeah sure you are  Grin
Sure they will. Give them time Wink

Habib, now I'm logging in each day just to see what you've done with your sig  Cheesy

is that coins101 real name?
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September 15, 2014, 03:39:02 AM
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What going on DOGE. Megapump ?

Started with Doge/CNY on the merge mining with LTC.

Its a China controlled pump.

Actually, most of crypto movements, recently, are taking place in China  Roll Eyes

And I'm willing to bet 10 DRK with someone these last couple of months have been a Chinese LTC whale keeping DRK at .5 of LTC with bots...

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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September 15, 2014, 03:40:24 AM
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I am very, very concerned that American's will turn to Bitcoin and then eventually to Darkcoin to try and hide their worldwide income.
Uh yeah sure you are  Grin
Sure they will. Give them time Wink

Habib, now I'm logging in each day just to see what you've done with your sig  Cheesy

is that coins101 real name?

Haha not sure, I was talking to Splawik21...

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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September 15, 2014, 03:57:14 AM
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What going on DOGE. Megapump ?

Started with Doge/CNY on the merge mining with LTC.

Its a China controlled pump.

Actually, most of crypto movements, recently, are taking place in China  Roll Eyes

And I'm willing to bet 10 DRK with someone these last couple of months have been a Chinese LTC whale keeping DRK at .5 of LTC with bots...

Looks like there's more and more buy pressure to get the price moving. The whale can only sell and keep the price down for so long. As soon as the open source date and announcement - boom. I would say this is the prime time to buy the last batch of coins at these prices.
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September 15, 2014, 04:03:00 AM
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September 15, 2014, 04:22:44 AM
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Quote from: IRC
9/14   8:51 pm  <evan82>  I just solved one of the largest problems facing Bitcoin. Instant transactions. I know how to do it...
9/14   8:52 pm  <evan82>  It'll be compatible with Darksend too. So we'll have anonymous instant transactions.
9/14   8:52 pm  <evan82>  Oh and there will be no bloat, that is the problem with POS. I bet we can get a confirmation within 10-20 seconds in most cases.
9/14   8:52 pm  <evan82>  It also fixes the finney attack, which is another huge problem for bitcoin
9/14   8:56 pm  <eth2>      =) thats some good news
9/14   8:56 pm  <eth2>      lemme know when you need testers
9/14   8:57 pm  <evan82>  Yeah, I'm obviously pretty excited about it. I just had a eureka moment
9/14   8:58 pm  <evan82>  It's simple, elegant, instant and will cost a ton of money to subvert. Perfect Cheesy
9/14   8:59 pm  <eth2>      does that have any technical implication on how transactions are processed and blocks?
9/14   8:59 pm  <eth2>      from a pool standpoint
9/14   8:59 pm  <evan82>  nope.
9/14   8:59 pm  <evan82>  It's not even a hard fork
[...]
9/14   9:25 pm  <moli>       interesting.. https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/4942/what-is-a-finney-attack
9/14   9:27 pm  <evan82>  It could possibly stop a finney attack. It's funny you post that, it's what I'm thinking about righ now
9/14   9:27 pm  <evan82>  right*
9/14   9:28 pm  <evan82>  It can definitely stop all other double spends, but finney attacks require the client to reject blocks.

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September 15, 2014, 04:25:31 AM
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Quote from: IRC
9/14   8:51 pm <evan82> I just solved one of the largest problems facing Bitcoin. Instant transactions. I know how to do it...
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It'll be compatible with Darksend too. So we'll have anonymous instant transactions.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> Oh and there will be no bloat, that is the problem with POS. I bet we can get a confirmation within 10-20 seconds in most cases.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It also fixes the finney attack, which is another huge problem for bitcoin
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> =) thats some good news
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> lemme know when you need testers
9/14   8:57 pm <evan82> Yeah, I'm obviously pretty excited about it. I just had a eureka moment
9/14   8:58 pm <evan82> It's simple, elegant, instant and will cost a ton of money to subvert. Perfect Cheesy
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> does that have any technical implication on how transactions are processed and blocks?
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> from a pool standpoint
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> nope.
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> It's not even a hard fork
[...]
9/14   9:25 pm <moli> interesting.. https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/4942/what-is-a-finney-attack
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> It could possibly stop a finney attack. It's funny you post that, it's what I'm thinking about righ now
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> right*
9/14   9:28 pm <evan82> It can definitely stop all other double spends, but finney attacks require the client to reject blocks.

Nice !

PS : It's not "nice", it's huge !
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September 15, 2014, 04:31:12 AM
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yeah i saw that, Evan did say this in IRC. Exciting times ahead if this is the case!

Time to buy 1 or 2 more coins....

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September 15, 2014, 04:35:13 AM
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Instant transactions for RC6.... Let's do this. Instant transactions > anonimity. Might as well put darksend on hold now lol

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September 15, 2014, 05:13:08 AM
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Quote from: IRC
9/14   8:51 pm <evan82> I just solved one of the largest problems facing Bitcoin. Instant transactions. I know how to do it...
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It'll be compatible with Darksend too. So we'll have anonymous instant transactions.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> Oh and there will be no bloat, that is the problem with POS. I bet we can get a confirmation within 10-20 seconds in most cases.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It also fixes the finney attack, which is another huge problem for bitcoin
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> =) thats some good news
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> lemme know when you need testers
9/14   8:57 pm <evan82> Yeah, I'm obviously pretty excited about it. I just had a eureka moment
9/14   8:58 pm <evan82> It's simple, elegant, instant and will cost a ton of money to subvert. Perfect Cheesy
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> does that have any technical implication on how transactions are processed and blocks?
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> from a pool standpoint
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> nope.
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> It's not even a hard fork
[...]
9/14   9:25 pm <moli> interesting.. https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/4942/what-is-a-finney-attack
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> It could possibly stop a finney attack. It's funny you post that, it's what I'm thinking about righ now
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> right*
9/14   9:28 pm <evan82> It can definitely stop all other double spends, but finney attacks require the client to reject blocks.

Nice !

PS : It's not "nice", it's huge !

Holy moly, so that's why we've suddenly got a nice buy book! Wait until this gets out...
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September 15, 2014, 05:13:41 AM
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Quote from: IRC
9/14   8:51 pm <evan82> I just solved one of the largest problems facing Bitcoin. Instant transactions. I know how to do it...
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It'll be compatible with Darksend too. So we'll have anonymous instant transactions.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> Oh and there will be no bloat, that is the problem with POS. I bet we can get a confirmation within 10-20 seconds in most cases.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It also fixes the finney attack, which is another huge problem for bitcoin
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> =) thats some good news
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> lemme know when you need testers
9/14   8:57 pm <evan82> Yeah, I'm obviously pretty excited about it. I just had a eureka moment
9/14   8:58 pm <evan82> It's simple, elegant, instant and will cost a ton of money to subvert. Perfect Cheesy
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> does that have any technical implication on how transactions are processed and blocks?
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> from a pool standpoint
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> nope.
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> It's not even a hard fork
[...]
9/14   9:25 pm <moli> interesting.. https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/4942/what-is-a-finney-attack
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> It could possibly stop a finney attack. It's funny you post that, it's what I'm thinking about righ now
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> right*
9/14   9:28 pm <evan82> It can definitely stop all other double spends, but finney attacks require the client to reject blocks.

Nice !

PS : It's not "nice", it's huge !

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Evan, are you drunk? (And is this a fake conversation) If not,

This. Is. Huuuuuuge!!!

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9/14   8:51 pm <evan82> I just solved one of the largest problems facing Bitcoin. Instant transactions. I know how to do it...
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It'll be compatible with Darksend too. So we'll have anonymous instant transactions.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> Oh and there will be no bloat, that is the problem with POS. I bet we can get a confirmation within 10-20 seconds in most cases.
9/14   8:52 pm <evan82> It also fixes the finney attack, which is another huge problem for bitcoin
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> =) thats some good news
9/14   8:56 pm <eth2> lemme know when you need testers
9/14   8:57 pm <evan82> Yeah, I'm obviously pretty excited about it. I just had a eureka moment
9/14   8:58 pm <evan82> It's simple, elegant, instant and will cost a ton of money to subvert. Perfect Cheesy
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> does that have any technical implication on how transactions are processed and blocks?
9/14   8:59 pm <eth2> from a pool standpoint
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> nope.
9/14   8:59 pm <evan82> It's not even a hard fork
[...]
9/14   9:25 pm <moli> interesting.. https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/4942/what-is-a-finney-attack
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> It could possibly stop a finney attack. It's funny you post that, it's what I'm thinking about righ now
9/14   9:27 pm <evan82> right*
9/14   9:28 pm <evan82> It can definitely stop all other double spends, but finney attacks require the client to reject blocks.

Nice !

PS : It's not "nice", it's huge !

Holy moly, so that's why we've suddenly got a nice buy book! Wait until this gets out...

Wow... that could be huge. I freaking love this coin

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