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September 15, 2014, 11:34:05 AM
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No r-ando, it's not "confirmed" it's just being further reported in the media but their sources are no more significant than what we've already seen mentioned previously.

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According to a report on Deepdotweb, Comcast customer representatives have branded Tor "illegal" and told customers that using it is against the company's policies.

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Comcast has reportedly begun telling users that it is an "illegal service." One Comcast representative, identified only as Kelly, warned a customer over his use of Tor software, DeepDotWeb reports:

Based on Mangled Blue's previous comments I'd like to hear from him before anything's suggested as being "confirmed" on this subject.

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September 15, 2014, 12:27:21 PM
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can anyone please tell me (or point me to where i can see) what when looking at bitwisdom's order figures  what the last two columns  on the right of price and amount mean?

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September 15, 2014, 12:36:44 PM
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The latest shift for the Darkcoin multipool paid out over 89 DRK.

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September 15, 2014, 12:38:32 PM
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Just a question.

When DRK goes open source, what's to stop someone setting up a masternode service for the Bitcoin network so that anyone that wants to can "anonymise" their holdings in the background without the need to actually convert their holdings to another cryptocurrency ?


I sort of suggested something similar for all the clones that will be set-up, in return for paying the DRK MNs some of their shitcoins or in BTC. Everyone said to just let them suffer and die.

The interesting question - can DRK MNs offer this service to Bitcoin, for a fee?

As a masternode owner, I also find this question intriguing. Smiley
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September 15, 2014, 12:41:35 PM
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can anyone please tell me (or point me to where i can see) what when looking at bitwisdom's order figures  what the last two columns  on the right of price and amount mean?

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Hey there semajjames have a look at this https://bitcoinwisdom.com/help/charts

If you're still needing answers come back and ask with further detail.

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Just a question.

When DRK goes open source, what's to stop someone setting up a masternode service for the Bitcoin network so that anyone that wants to can "anonymise" their holdings in the background without the need to actually convert their holdings to another cryptocurrency ?


I sort of suggested something similar for all the clones that will be set-up, in return for paying the DRK MNs some of their shitcoins or in BTC. Everyone said to just let them suffer and die.

The interesting question - can DRK MNs offer this service to Bitcoin, for a fee?

As a masternode owner, I also find this question intriguing. Smiley

I raise with a $ \ € -> DRK -> $ \ € service.
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September 15, 2014, 12:50:51 PM
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The latest shift for the Darkcoin multipool paid out over 89 DRK.

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is it profitable to mine on that pool with a X11 rig? I have 4 GPU rig mining on yaamp.com, I'm mining x11 and using the BTC coming from there to buy DRK.

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September 15, 2014, 01:28:25 PM
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Aye laddy, I heard Evan Is 7 feet tall and defeats other shitcoins with fireballs from his eyes and lightning bolts from his arse!

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September 15, 2014, 01:40:30 PM
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Aye laddy, I heard Evan Is 7 feet tall and defeats other shitcoins with fireballs from his eyes and lightning bolts from his arse!

You heard right.
But the 7 feet its not the size of his body,
its the size of... you know what i mean.

But, like said, the rest is plain true.

get some small amount of DRK,
and join the testnet.
welcome on board.

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September 15, 2014, 01:47:26 PM
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Aye laddy, I heard Evan Is 7 feet tall and defeats other shitcoins with fireballs from his eyes and lightning bolts from his arse!

NICE.. and with the Scottish 'freedom' vote coming, even better.

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September 15, 2014, 01:49:55 PM
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Aye laddy, I heard Evan Is 7 feet tall and defeats other shitcoins with fireballs from his eyes and lightning bolts from his arse!

You heard right.
But the 7 feet its not the size of his body,
its the size of... you know what i mean.

But, like said, the rest is plain true.

get some small amount of DRK,
and join the testnet.
welcome on board.
yeah!
And his fart blows off half of the shitcoins.
Evan is William Wallace of Cryptocurrency world.

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September 15, 2014, 02:05:07 PM
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Evan is William Wallace of Cryptocurrency world.

Lets hope things work out better for Evan than for Wallace eh?

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Following the trial, on 23 August 1305, Wallace was taken from the hall to the Tower of London, then stripped naked and dragged through the city at the heels of a horse to the Elms at Smithfield.[26] He was hanged, drawn and quartered — strangled by hanging, but released while he was still alive, emasculated, eviscerated and his bowels burnt before him, beheaded, then cut into four parts. His preserved head (dipped in tar) was placed on a pike atop London Bridge. It was later joined by the heads of the brothers, John and Simon Fraser. His limbs were displayed, separately, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Stirling, and Perth.
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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.

WHOWWWW
this is great !!
now we just need an official statement from Evan to make this Public for real !!!!

Yes, it's real and the solution is really cool  Smiley I'll be publishing a paper soon to explain all of the details.

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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.

WHOWWWW
this is great !!
now we just need an official statement from Evan to make this Public for real !!!!

Yes, it's real and the solution is really cool  Smiley I'll be publishing a paper soon to explain all of the details.

Is that something you can value on Dark only? As in, will it be copied by anyone and everyone or only "clones" could implement it?
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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.

WHOWWWW
this is great !!
now we just need an official statement from Evan to make this Public for real !!!!

Yes, it's real and the solution is really cool  Smiley I'll be publishing a paper soon to explain all of the details.

You've made me a very happy and intrigued chap.  Nice work Evan.  Roll on RC5 and RC6!
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Evan is William Wallace of Cryptocurrency world.

Lets hope things work out better for Evan than for Wallace eh?

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Following the trial, on 23 August 1305, Wallace was taken from the hall to the Tower of London, then stripped naked and dragged through the city at the heels of a horse to the Elms at Smithfield.[26] He was hanged, drawn and quartered — strangled by hanging, but released while he was still alive, emasculated, eviscerated and his bowels burnt before him, beheaded, then cut into four parts. His preserved head (dipped in tar) was placed on a pike atop London Bridge. It was later joined by the heads of the brothers, John and Simon Fraser. His limbs were displayed, separately, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Stirling, and Perth.


Geez....

Apart from that his death was unremarkable in that the regular procedure of cutting off of the testicles and feeding them to a rat whilst the still alive executee looks on was dispensed with on this occasion as it was noted his genitals had been accidentally ripped off during the naked dragging sequence. Witnesses and attendees complained "here...I not got wot I came for....I's told I's ged to see rats eatin his balls and I aint even seen his balls or nuffin..." so all-in-all it barely rated a mention with the locals of the time....

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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.

WHOWWWW
this is great !!
now we just need an official statement from Evan to make this Public for real !!!!

Yes, it's real and the solution is really cool  Smiley I'll be publishing a paper soon to explain all of the details.

Nice post to wake up to!  LOL

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Evan is William Wallace of Cryptocurrency world.

Lets hope things work out better for Evan than for Wallace eh?

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Following the trial, on 23 August 1305, Wallace was taken from the hall to the Tower of London, then stripped naked and dragged through the city at the heels of a horse to the Elms at Smithfield.[26] He was hanged, drawn and quartered — strangled by hanging, but released while he was still alive, emasculated, eviscerated and his bowels burnt before him, beheaded, then cut into four parts. His preserved head (dipped in tar) was placed on a pike atop London Bridge. It was later joined by the heads of the brothers, John and Simon Fraser. His limbs were displayed, separately, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Stirling, and Perth.


Geez....

Apart from that his death was unremarkable in that the regular procedure of cutting off of the testicles and feeding them to a rat whilst the still alive executee looks on was dispensed with on this occasion as it was noted his genitals had been accidentally ripped off during the naked dragging sequence. Witnesses and attendees complained "here...I not got wot I came for....I's told I's ged to see rats eatin his balls and I aint even seen his balls or nuffin..." so all-in-all it barely rated a mention with the locals of the time....

There are many reasons why some Scots hate the English and some of them are extremely valid.

Anyway...Darkcoin!  Any bets on how Evan plans to implement instant payment?  I wonder whether it will drive up load and/or resource util on the masternode network?  
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Evan is William Wallace of Cryptocurrency world.

Lets hope things work out better for Evan than for Wallace eh?

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Following the trial, on 23 August 1305, Wallace was taken from the hall to the Tower of London, then stripped naked and dragged through the city at the heels of a horse to the Elms at Smithfield.[26] He was hanged, drawn and quartered — strangled by hanging, but released while he was still alive, emasculated, eviscerated and his bowels burnt before him, beheaded, then cut into four parts. His preserved head (dipped in tar) was placed on a pike atop London Bridge. It was later joined by the heads of the brothers, John and Simon Fraser. His limbs were displayed, separately, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Stirling, and Perth.

Agree
I was thinking the other aspects. I wish Evan a lot of good health and loooong life in wealth.

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Do you guys think silkroad 2 and agora will accept DRK?  It would make sense, why they are still waiting?

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