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March 10, 2014, 01:57:23 AM
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CGA is now on AllCrypt.com! I just used them, and I love it already. Deposits happen nearly instantly, and you can trading after the first confirm. Let's move some volume to there from Poloniex, since Poloniex loves to drive the price up and down like crazy since they were our only reputable exchange for a while.
Here's our market: https://www.allcrypt.com/market.php?id=211

And I love how you can trade in BTC or LTC or even DOGE for every coin! AND you can hide all the other crap coins so you don't get poo brain!

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March 10, 2014, 04:53:40 AM
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CGA is now on AllCrypt.com! I just used them, and I love it already. Deposits happen nearly instantly, and you can trading after the first confirm. Let's move some volume to there from Poloniex, since Poloniex loves to drive the price up and down like crazy since they were our only reputable exchange for a while.
Here's our market: https://www.allcrypt.com/market.php?id=211

EDIT: Let's try to keep the price higher on here to better represent what CGA should be. Remember, out of ~53,000 blocks, only ~19,000 coins have been rewarded in a MONTH!

I've never seen deposits this fast. This is awesome.
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March 10, 2014, 06:50:07 AM
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CGA is now on AllCrypt.com! I just used them, and I love it already. Deposits happen nearly instantly, and you can trading after the first confirm. Let's move some volume to there from Poloniex, since Poloniex loves to drive the price up and down like crazy since they were our only reputable exchange for a while.
Here's our market: https://www.allcrypt.com/market.php?id=211

EDIT: Let's try to keep the price higher on here to better represent what CGA should be. Remember, out of ~53,000 blocks, only ~19,000 coins have been rewarded in a MONTH!

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l moved CGA to allcrypt.It is fast.
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March 10, 2014, 07:14:47 AM
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Owners of Allcrypt.com hides behind domain handler proxy, also there is no information on the owners on the website itself, only a postbox address.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?domain=allcrypt.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

This is extremely untrustworthy.
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March 10, 2014, 12:10:06 PM
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woow, what a dump, i'm really happy to sold 28 of them for 2.8btc

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March 10, 2014, 01:25:32 PM
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woow, what a dump, i'm really happy to sold 28 of them for 2.8btc
wow 2.8 btc:o btw I don't real think it's a dump, it's just people getting bored because nothing happened:p it's very low volume too.. When the new logo/update kicks in, I think people will get interested again:)
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March 10, 2014, 01:41:54 PM
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Would anyone be interested in a CGA pool, that would profit the same as any other CGA pool, but also pay you some bonus BTC on top?

Should definitely be doable based on my read-thru of the new CGA code.  If there is interest, I might throw this together - think it could be interesting.

I would like to know more. I've sent you a PM.

Block finder rewards are being enabled this Monday on my pool for CGA. The way I see it, the BTC you get for mining another currency is likely to be so small, the transaction fees will cost more than you earn, making this not worth it.

Has the block finder rewards enabled for your pool? I don't see it mentioned in your pool.
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March 10, 2014, 04:39:01 PM
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woow, what a dump, i'm really happy to sold 28 of them for 2.8btc
wow 2.8 btc:o btw I don't real think it's a dump, it's just people getting bored because nothing happened:p it's very low volume too.. When the new logo/update kicks in, I think people will get interested again:)

I hope, because i think it's a good one.

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March 10, 2014, 06:36:56 PM
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Owners of Allcrypt.com hides behind domain handler proxy, also there is no information on the owners on the website itself, only a postbox address.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?domain=allcrypt.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

This is extremely untrustworthy.

I talked to the owner last night for almost an hour about his exchange and his plans for it. I personally think that he should have a real contact person, however, I do not distrust him for using a domain handler proxy. I personally use one myself, as you will see if you run a WHOIS lookup on inceptioncraft.net. Like an exchange, I also handle coins through the pool and the faucet, but I am apparently trustworthy enough to contribute code, run two nodes, run a pool, faucet, block explorer, and create and hold the private keys for sending alerts. Additionally, the AllCrypt owner told me he is "strongly considering" creating a LLC for AllCrypt. Please give the exchange a fair chance, and not immediately call someone untrustworthy for wanting to protect their identity. There are legitimate reasons for someone to do this, and I have not seen any red flags that make me think they are untrustworthy.
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March 10, 2014, 07:10:46 PM
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Owners of Allcrypt.com hides behind domain handler proxy, also there is no information on the owners on the website itself, only a postbox address.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?domain=allcrypt.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

This is extremely untrustworthy.

I talked to the owner last night for almost an hour about his exchange and his plans for it. I personally think that he should have a real contact person, however, I do not distrust him for using a domain handler proxy. I personally use one myself, as you will see if you run a WHOIS lookup on inceptioncraft.net. Like an exchange, I also handle coins through the pool and the faucet, but I am apparently trustworthy enough to contribute code, run two nodes, run a pool, faucet, block explorer, and create and hold the private keys for sending alerts. Additionally, the AllCrypt owner told me he is "strongly considering" creating a LLC for AllCrypt. Please give the exchange a fair chance, and not immediately call someone untrustworthy for wanting to protect their identity. There are legitimate reasons for someone to do this, and I have not seen any red flags that make me think they are untrustworthy.

Running an exchange is much more liability than a pool. How much coins does your pool generate in a day? How much coins are deposited on e. g. poloniex?

You are providing a service to people, they have the right to know who they are dealing with. This is not some "I'm protecting my identity" stuff, this is about protecting the customers' rights. If allcrypt would be free - no doubt this would be no problem. But you PAY for the service with FEEs. Would you buy your next TV from an online shop you don't know anything about (no contact, no company, no domain name handler info)? I wouldn't even create an account on such a shop site.
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Owners of Allcrypt.com hides behind domain handler proxy, also there is no information on the owners on the website itself, only a postbox address.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?domain=allcrypt.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

This is extremely untrustworthy.

I talked to the owner last night for almost an hour about his exchange and his plans for it. I personally think that he should have a real contact person, however, I do not distrust him for using a domain handler proxy. I personally use one myself, as you will see if you run a WHOIS lookup on inceptioncraft.net. Like an exchange, I also handle coins through the pool and the faucet, but I am apparently trustworthy enough to contribute code, run two nodes, run a pool, faucet, block explorer, and create and hold the private keys for sending alerts. Additionally, the AllCrypt owner told me he is "strongly considering" creating a LLC for AllCrypt. Please give the exchange a fair chance, and not immediately call someone untrustworthy for wanting to protect their identity. There are legitimate reasons for someone to do this, and I have not seen any red flags that make me think they are untrustworthy.

Running an exchange is much more liability than a pool. How much coins does your pool generate in a day? How much coins are deposited on e. g. poloniex?

You are providing a service to people, they have the right to know who they are dealing with. This is not some "I'm protecting my identity" stuff, this is about protecting the customers' rights. If allcrypt would be free - no doubt this would be no problem. But you PAY for the service with FEEs. Would you buy your next TV from an online shop you don't know anything about (no contact, no company, no domain name handler info)? I wouldn't even create an account on such a shop site.

I totally agree...I hate having to leave my details on ANY website..
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PUMP CGA  https://www.allcrypt.com/market.php? ID = 211   HELP   HELP   HELP !!!!!
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What is going on with cga.inceptioncraft.net pool?  Is there any support?  I have sent in three emails with no response.
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What is going on with cga.inceptioncraft.net pool?  Is there any support?  I have sent in three emails with no response.

Hi, silentrunner/adu. I run the pool. I do offer support. However, you must understand that I do not earn anything from this pool. The fees go back into the CGA community, not my wallet. Also, I gave you zero fees to get you started with CGA when I first met you, so you really don't have a lot of room to complain here.

You sent emails on Sunday at 13:30, 21:32, and today at 13:45 and 19:56, each one increasingly demanding. There was no promise of quick support for this pool, ESPECIALLY considering that I am operating it at a loss for the benefit of the community. I am a full time student right now, and currently doing a lot of work behind the scenes to get CGA ready for primetime, such as testing the new updates with s4w3d0ff and trying to recreate the code Satoshi kept private for sending network alerts.

The pool forked for one block yesterday, and I had to remove block manually from the database so the pool could continue working. It appears that this fix did not solve the problem entirely, so I'll have to do more research into it. When you try to withdrawal, it should work since it'll use funds from my liquid assets (I have around 4.9 CGA in fees that it should pull from).

In order to prove to you and everyone else that I am doing this for the benefit of the community, I am no longer charging any fees for the foreseeable future to mine on my pool. I will do my best effort to respond to support requests in a timely manner, but please be kind and understand that I cannot provide personalized support for every person who contacts me within a promised time period. Donations are extremely appreciated, either through the pool's donation function or through my BTCTalk signature, but please do not feel obligated.
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tf2honeybadger,

I appreciate the no fees, but I think you missed part of the point here. 

I could not tell if the emails were being received as there is no autoresponder.  I thought they might be going to a black hole.

There is no notice (email or on the site) that there was a problem with one of the blocks.  A short notice about the issue and that you were working on it would have let everyone know and kept people like me from pestering you.  I was not looking for individualized support, just an explanation why the transaction had no block number but counted in the total.  That could easily have been posted.

I see the notice on the site that there are no fees.  Adding something saying you would gladly accept donations may help offset your costs.  A notice about response times to support questions would also help set expectations with your customers.  Setting expectations up front is one of the best ways to promote strong customer relationships.

A withdrawal did not work for me (just tried).  There is no token sent for the manual payment so it can not be cashed out.

I am switching to another pool for a bit as it cost me four times more in power than I was able to mine based on the current CGA value.  Granted more hash rate would help overcome that.

I'd like to see CGA succeed and people like you help make that happen.  When these pump and dumps finally settle down I think CGA will be one of the ones left standing.
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March 11, 2014, 03:21:09 AM
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What is going on with cga.inceptioncraft.net pool?  Is there any support?  I have sent in three emails with no response.

Hi, silentrunner/adu. I run the pool. I do offer support. However, you must understand that I do not earn anything from this pool. The fees go back into the CGA community, not my wallet. Also, I gave you zero fees to get you started with CGA when I first met you, so you really don't have a lot of room to complain here.

You sent emails on Sunday at 13:30, 21:32, and today at 13:45 and 19:56, each one increasingly demanding. There was no promise of quick support for this pool, ESPECIALLY considering that I am operating it at a loss for the benefit of the community. I am a full time student right now, and currently doing a lot of work behind the scenes to get CGA ready for primetime, such as testing the new updates with s4w3d0ff and trying to recreate the code Satoshi kept private for sending network alerts.

The pool forked for one block yesterday, and I had to remove block manually from the database so the pool could continue working. It appears that this fix did not solve the problem entirely, so I'll have to do more research into it. When you try to withdrawal, it should work since it'll use funds from my liquid assets (I have around 4.9 CGA in fees that it should pull from).


In order to prove to you and everyone else that I am doing this for the benefit of the community, I am no longer charging any fees for the foreseeable future to mine on my pool. I will do my best effort to respond to support requests in a timely manner, but please be kind and understand that I cannot provide personalized support for every person who contacts me within a promised time period. Donations are extremely appreciated, either through the pool's donation function or through my BTCTalk signature, but please do not feel obligated.



I sent you some CGA thanks for the work and faith in the community Cryptographic Anomaly
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we consider adding this coin on start of our exchange, messaged the admin.

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March 11, 2014, 03:35:48 AM
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woow, what a dump, i'm really happy to sold 28 of them for 2.8btc

when did you sell 28 cga for 2.8 btc?
 that would be at like $62 apiece.. I take it this wasn't today? and if it was, where?? poloniex has them listed at .0070 as of now..
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March 11, 2014, 05:33:54 AM
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Hi guys. Can anybody tell me suuppor email of http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com/
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Hi guys. Can anybody tell me suuppor email of http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com/
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Letter to unlock does not come.

You can send a PM to wzttide in bitcointalk.
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