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February 03, 2014, 11:05:26 PM
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Question for Charles:

On the white paper it says price will be "1000-2000 per BTC" with better prices going to earlier investors.  I realize you guys are still ironing out the details, but the author of that sentence seemed to have something in mind, and its not clear by what he wrote.  1000 to 2000 is a huge range in price.  "Early" is not clarified.  

I was under the impression that the whole IPO was considered early.  Will there be a subdivision within the IPO timeframe?  Maybe a 3 month IPO, with 2000 price going to those in the first half of 3 months?  Just hoping for some clarification on this.  Is it possible there will be a sliding scale, and that 2,000 price may only go to those in the first hour?

I have found myself telling people to invest, but unable to tell them what price they'll get.  When I say "Either 1000 or 2000" they look at me strange, for obvious reasons.

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Their original plan was 1 BTC = 2000 ETH for the first week, and declining in a linear fashion, 2% per day, after that.

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February 04, 2014, 01:28:52 AM
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Mastercoin to rule them all.

Mastercoin is amateur hour compared to what these folks have planned.

Right. Ethereum is to Mastercoin what Peercoin is to Bitcoin. 1st mover advantage will be huge.


Also, Charles said at the Miami conference Ethereum will only be traded on the open market Q3 or Q4 (autumn-winter of 2014) so those buying into this IPO for a quick flip have no idea what they're getting into and will be locked in from trading for quite a while.


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February 04, 2014, 01:38:52 AM
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When the Windows-QT wallet will be ready ?
investment has already begun? where ?
Thx!
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February 04, 2014, 02:05:04 AM
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When the Windows-QT wallet will be ready ?
investment has already begun? where ?
Thx!
no investments yet. two weeks or so. read the last two pages
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February 04, 2014, 02:48:27 AM
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Mastercoin to rule them all.

Mastercoin is amateur hour compared to what these folks have planned.

Right. Ethereum is to Mastercoin what Peercoin is to Bitcoin. 1st mover advantage will be huge.


Also, Charles said at the Miami conference Ethereum will only be traded on the open market Q3 or Q4 (autumn-winter of 2014) so those buying into this IPO for a quick flip have no idea what they're getting into and will be locked in from trading for quite a while.

Ethereum, Mastercoin, Open Transactions, even Ripple are going to partner or work closely to build inter-functionality.  The community is becoming more cooperative than competitive.  There will be quite a few winners.
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February 04, 2014, 10:57:51 AM
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OK devs, I am sorry but this makes no sence to me.
It took me a day to compile everything, but even then I couldn't launch the client.
Which is worse, becaise I have to install libbosst-1.53, it removes the 1.47 version. However, when I install a client for another coin after that, and I need to install libboost-all-dev, it requires to delete 1.53 and return 1.46, because of dependencies. So it finally turns out that I can never use Ethereum client with any other client on my laptop  Huh
Just for reference, my distro is lubuntu 12.04.

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February 04, 2014, 11:00:28 AM
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I've watched and enjoyed the vid of Vitalik talking about Ethereum, enthusiastic fellow!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9dpjN3Mwps

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February 04, 2014, 11:05:01 AM
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Mastercoin to rule them all.

Mastercoin is amateur hour compared to what these folks have planned.

Right. Ethereum is to Mastercoin what Peercoin is to Bitcoin. 1st mover advantage will be huge.


Also, Charles said at the Miami conference Ethereum will only be traded on the open market Q3 or Q4 (autumn-winter of 2014) so those buying into this IPO for a quick flip have no idea what they're getting into and will be locked in from trading for quite a while.

Ethereum, Mastercoin, Open Transactions, even Ripple are going to partner or work closely to build inter-functionality.  The community is becoming more cooperative than competitive.  There will be quite a few winners.

Did you watch that video? Got to love the tension there between Charles and the Invictus dude. Just watch Charles' reactions when Invictus dude talks. It's clear as daylight they have eachother's guts. And they've put the MSC guy between them to separate the two.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-9miCOsg4g#t=1541

Also notice that "touring complete" part", when Charles gets pissed at the Invictus dude talking about Turing complete as being part of his project also.

These guys hate each other, make no mistake about it. They were just playing nice for the camera. You're naive if you believe otherwise. They were just playing into the narrative, that's all.



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February 04, 2014, 11:18:32 AM
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I've watched and enjoyed the vid of Vitalik talking about Ethereum, enthusiastic fellow!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9dpjN3Mwps

What's so enthusiastic about it? Some socially awkward pimpled faced, autistic geek gushing out hyperventilating delusions of "turing" grandeur? How many of the people here even know what this "turing" means and what it involves or anything? Smiley

Why don't they admit exGoldman guys head hunted them, gathered them in a team to milk the bitcoin suckers for cash and profits? It's clear as daylight this IPO model was Goldman trained lackey work.

We have a mathematician, who did campaign activism for Ron Paul and some autistic teen. What are the odds of these people being close to high caliber ex Goldman hedge fund guys who drive Bentleys and fuck super models?

think about it...


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February 04, 2014, 11:22:56 AM
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Mac client?
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February 04, 2014, 11:56:42 AM
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OK devs, I am sorry but this makes no sence to me.
It took me a day to compile everything, but even then I couldn't launch the client.
Which is worse, becaise I have to install libbosst-1.53, it removes the 1.47 version. However, when I install a client for another coin after that, and I need to install libboost-all-dev, it requires to delete 1.53 and return 1.46, because of dependencies. So it finally turns out that I can never use Ethereum client with any other client on my laptop  Huh
Just for reference, my distro is lubuntu 12.04.
um... you need at least 13.04
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February 04, 2014, 01:37:54 PM
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I've watched and enjoyed the vid of Vitalik talking about Ethereum, enthusiastic fellow!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9dpjN3Mwps

*shitty comments*

Damn, dude...
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February 04, 2014, 01:45:21 PM
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I've watched and enjoyed the vid of Vitalik talking about Ethereum, enthusiastic fellow!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9dpjN3Mwps

What's so enthusiastic about it? Some socially awkward pimpled faced, autistic geek gushing out hyperventilating delusions of "turing" grandeur? How many of the people here even know what this "turing" means and what it involves or anything? Smiley

Why don't they admit exGoldman guys head hunted them, gathered them in a team to milk the bitcoin suckers for cash and profits? It's clear as daylight this IPO model was Goldman trained lackey work.

We have a mathematician, who did campaign activism for Ron Paul and some autistic teen. What are the odds of these people being close to high caliber ex Goldman hedge fund guys who drive Bentleys and fuck super models?

think about it...

For those with a short attention span, let me put that into bullet points for you.

1) It's lame to talk about offering a turing complete platform because no one can understand it.
2) Goldman Sachs is evil. Everyone who ever worked for GS at one time is evil. Ethereum is evil. If none of the Ethereum founders had ever worked for GS, I would not find something else to help construct my conspiracy theories.
3) I would like to know what the chances are that any Ron Paul supporters and/or autistic teens can afford expensive cars and have hot girlfriends. I don't know what I would do with the answer, but I want to know.
4) I want everyone to think about it.


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February 04, 2014, 01:51:39 PM
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I've watched and enjoyed the vid of Vitalik talking about Ethereum, enthusiastic fellow!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9dpjN3Mwps

What's so enthusiastic about it? Some socially awkward pimpled faced, autistic geek gushing out hyperventilating delusions of "turing" grandeur? How many of the people here even know what this "turing" means and what it involves or anything? Smiley

Why don't they admit exGoldman guys head hunted them, gathered them in a team to milk the bitcoin suckers for cash and profits? It's clear as daylight this IPO model was Goldman trained lackey work.

We have a mathematician, who did campaign activism for Ron Paul and some autistic teen. What are the odds of these people being close to high caliber ex Goldman hedge fund guys who drive Bentleys and fuck super models?

think about it...

Talk about living up to your screen name...  im impressed with your resolve
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February 04, 2014, 01:54:57 PM
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So..what are the odds that Vitalik and Andreas should both use this word as a conjunction so often?
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February 04, 2014, 01:59:45 PM
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lol I'm mining a block every 20 seconds using 30% of a quad i3  Shocked
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February 04, 2014, 02:03:29 PM
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Some socially awkward pimpled faced, autistic geek

bill gates was one of those, so was wozniak, larry and sergey

bitcoin isn't just for beautiful people .. if it was, YOU wouldn't be here... its for everybody...

many word meaningless....         much troll...

such judgement...

value words...... face not care....

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February 04, 2014, 03:01:51 PM
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Some socially awkward pimpled faced, autistic geek

bill gates was one of those, so was wozniak, larry and sergey

bitcoin isn't just for beautiful people .. if it was, YOU wouldn't be here... its for everybody...

many word meaningless....         much troll...

such judgement...

value words...... face not care....

thinking good...
I'm not even close to 1% of the people you mentioned above, but I get what you mean.

I can't wait for Ethereum. This thing is going to be much bigger than Bitcoin is, after all those years.

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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February 04, 2014, 04:05:46 PM
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Hello,
This is an announcement for romanian users.
Let's talk Ether http://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/238/romanian .

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February 04, 2014, 05:32:07 PM
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I once worked for Godfather's Pizza.

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