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April 13, 2014, 09:26:42 PM
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https://cga.inceptioncraft.net/pool is finally fixed. After an hour of processing the payout backlog (over 900 blocks!), over 300 CGA have been paid out that were stuck there before. If you didn't get your payout, go make sure you've got your payout address right under "Edit Account".
Stratum is back up and working, so you can mine there again as well.
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April 14, 2014, 03:26:09 AM
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Pardon my ignorance for not reading the whole thread, what is happening at block 100,000? TY 
We go from 5-digit block nrs to 6-digit ones ;-)

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April 14, 2014, 08:47:51 AM
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Im a little bit desappointed of cga devs, its seem they have no plan to promote their coin, no investment in different sites to enter new markets and increase volume. :/

You mean we wont stoop to the level of other shitcoins to trick people into thinking our coin is the latest and greatest beyond what it truly is? We have put everything on the table. It is up to the community to support the coin, not the devs, we are here to make improvements to the coin. If you mean flaunting around spouting the same shit that comes out of every other scamcoin devs mouth then, no, I will not promise you a pink unicorn that you can use to do your taxes with in the name of science and puppies.

There is a reason we do everything:

"no plan to promote their coin"?
Let me make this clear: This is not "my" coin or "the devs" coin, CGA belongs to who ever is holding CGA. We have been contacting blogs and wiggling into this ever expanding shit storm of altcoin propaganda trying to get CGA out there, but 2-4 guys can not do this alone. We need the community to do more then sit around and wait (I am not pointing a finger at anyone, but it would be nice if someone were to at least retweet, share a facebook post, or make a reddit post.)
 
"no investment in new markets"?
If you mean new exchanges: We have been excepted on 2 new exchanges in the last 2 weeks (granted one of our devs had created one). We have been adding votes to cryptsy (tho we "devs" are not "hardcore miners" and CGA does not have a premine that we can pull from, we don't have much BTC to spare), I have put all the BTC that I had (which is not much but I gave it all) into crypsy votes (foolish maybe). We have been in contact with the Cryptsy admins for the last few days and they are looking into maybe (MAYBE) adding us even tho we are not on the top of the list (don't get your hopes up).

If you mean things other than exchanges: Have you looked at 1BillionHex? I know I haven't said much about it, but we are going to play a major role in this game. I have been told that CGA will probably be used to actually purchase digital land within the game. The way BobNoble described it to me was that you could use CGA to "buy a moon". This game is going to be like nothing anyone has ever seen, it wont be like Flappy or Huntercoin, it will be much, much more. Not only will CGA get ridiculous amounts of exposure from this game, it will guarantee that CGA will not fall off the face of the earth (unlike so many shitcoins before us).

We have been working around the clock non stop since CGA was released (partially from recovering from my early mistakes, but these things happen when you try something that no one has done before), working around work, school, and personal schedules, sacrificing our time and sanity to "pick up the slack" that IMO is what the community (that are making all the profit anyway) should be doing.
I cannot say I am really part of this community, more of an interested observer.

That being said, I have to speak up in support of the Devs of this coin. In the interest of disclosure, I am part of the dev team of a competitor. (Earthcoin). I know first hand how little things can cause well laid plans to go very badly wrong, and how easy it is to try to fix the problem before addressing it. This dev team has not made that mistake, and for that alone you should all thank them. We are still in damage control mode in my camp, and so far there aren't any fundamental flaws in our coin. All because the original core team were not public about some problems they were having. The silence got filled with enough noise to drown the truth. There was no ill intent, just poor communication. But it got out of hand.

By contrast, every problem that CGA has had has been quickly, aggressively, and OPENLY dealt with by the development team. That they haven't gone in for slick marketing tricks is of no consequence. CGA is a successful coin on every exchange it's on, and it is tradeable in other ways. From where I sit, it has done well. I've followed this coin almost from it's beginning, because I like it's premise. I see it more as a novelty coin than a serious payment platform. But it is useful as the latter, and there is not a thing wrong with novelty!

The Devs are a rough bunch when it comes to business, from the looks of things. Again, absolutely nothing wrong with that. A gruff, honest businessman will retire wealthy, whereas a slick, well packaged nuisance will fade into obscurity. I think they have done very well in getting the mechanics of a rather unique take on the crypto paradigm up and working. Given the number or hiccups, I think most devs would have thrown their hands in the air and walked away. Instead, they have perspired and persevered and have a pretty cool thing going. Don't knock it. Being a dev, even just the communictions officer, is NOT an easy task. Doing it without funding, for the love of it, as these guys have obviously done, is praiseworthy.

May you enjoy great success, and the Cryptographic Anomaly be long used and remembered!

EDIT: Couple of typos. Hard to type one handed while feeding the baby Tongue

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April 14, 2014, 09:29:27 AM
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Im a little bit desappointed of cga devs, its seem they have no plan to promote their coin, no investment in different sites to enter new markets and increase volume. :/

You mean we wont stoop to the level of other shitcoins to trick people into thinking our coin is the latest and greatest beyond what it truly is? We have put everything on the table. It is up to the community to support the coin, not the devs, we are here to make improvements to the coin. If you mean flaunting around spouting the same shit that comes out of every other scamcoin devs mouth then, no, I will not promise you a pink unicorn that you can use to do your taxes with in the name of science and puppies.

There is a reason we do everything:

"no plan to promote their coin"?
Let me make this clear: This is not "my" coin or "the devs" coin, CGA belongs to who ever is holding CGA. We have been contacting blogs and wiggling into this ever expanding shit storm of altcoin propaganda trying to get CGA out there, but 2-4 guys can not do this alone. We need the community to do more then sit around and wait (I am not pointing a finger at anyone, but it would be nice if someone were to at least retweet, share a facebook post, or make a reddit post.)
 
"no investment in new markets"?
If you mean new exchanges: We have been excepted on 2 new exchanges in the last 2 weeks (granted one of our devs had created one). We have been adding votes to cryptsy (tho we "devs" are not "hardcore miners" and CGA does not have a premine that we can pull from, we don't have much BTC to spare), I have put all the BTC that I had (which is not much but I gave it all) into crypsy votes (foolish maybe). We have been in contact with the Cryptsy admins for the last few days and they are looking into maybe (MAYBE) adding us even tho we are not on the top of the list (don't get your hopes up).

If you mean things other than exchanges: Have you looked at 1BillionHex? I know I haven't said much about it, but we are going to play a major role in this game. I have been told that CGA will probably be used to actually purchase digital land within the game. The way BobNoble described it to me was that you could use CGA to "buy a moon". This game is going to be like nothing anyone has ever seen, it wont be like Flappy or Huntercoin, it will be much, much more. Not only will CGA get ridiculous amounts of exposure from this game, it will guarantee that CGA will not fall off the face of the earth (unlike so many shitcoins before us).

We have been working around the clock non stop since CGA was released (partially from recovering from my early mistakes, but these things happen when you try something that no one has done before), working around work, school, and personal schedules, sacrificing our time and sanity to "pick up the slack" that IMO is what the community (that are making all the profit anyway) should be doing.
I cannot say I am really part of this community, more of an interested observer.

That being said, I have to speak up in support of the Devs of this coin. In the interest of disclosure, I am part of the dev team of a competitor. (Earthcoin). I know first hand how little things can cause well laid plans to go very badly wrong, and how easy it is to try to fix the problem before addressing it. This dev team has not made that mistake, and for that alone you should all thank them. We are still in damage control mode in my camp, and so far there aren't any fundamental flaws in our coin. All because the original core team were not public about some problems they were having. The silence got filled with enough noise to drown the truth. There was no ill intent, just poor communication. But it got out of hand.

By contrast, every problem that CGA has had has been quickly, aggressively, and OPENLY dealt with by the development team. That they haven't gone in for slick marketing tricks is of no consequence. CGA is a successful coin on every exchange it's on, and it is tradeable in other ways. From where I sit, it has done well. I've followed this coin almost from it's beginning, because I like it's premise. I see it more as a novelty coin than a serious payment platform. But it is useful as the latter, and there is not a thing wrong with novelty!

The Devs are a rough bunch when it comes to business, from the looks of things. Again, absolutely nothing wrong with that. A gruff, honest businessman will retire wealthy, whereas a slick, well packaged nuisance will fade into obscurity. I think they have done very well in getting the mechanics of a rather unique take on the crypto paradigm up and working. Given the number or hiccups, I think most devs would have thrown their hands in the air and walked away. Instead, they have perspired and persevered and have a pretty cool thing going. Don't knock it. Being a dev, even just the communictions officer, is NOT an easy task. Doing it without funding, for the love of it, as these guys have obviously done, is praiseworthy.

May you enjoy great success, and the Cryptographic Anomaly be long used and remembered!

EDIT: Couple of typos. Hard to type one handed while feeding the baby Tongue

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【Couple of typos. Hard to type one handed while feeding the baby】This is the bright spot Grin
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April 14, 2014, 10:02:58 AM
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April 14, 2014, 10:11:22 AM
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Good father. Growing up, it should be a pretty girl. Wink
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April 14, 2014, 06:03:59 PM
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Im a little bit desappointed of cga devs, its seem they have no plan to promote their coin, no investment in different sites to enter new markets and increase volume. :/

You mean we wont stoop to the level of other shitcoins to trick people into thinking our coin is the latest and greatest beyond what it truly is? We have put everything on the table. It is up to the community to support the coin, not the devs, we are here to make improvements to the coin. If you mean flaunting around spouting the same shit that comes out of every other scamcoin devs mouth then, no, I will not promise you a pink unicorn that you can use to do your taxes with in the name of science and puppies.

There is a reason we do everything:

"no plan to promote their coin"?
Let me make this clear: This is not "my" coin or "the devs" coin, CGA belongs to who ever is holding CGA. We have been contacting blogs and wiggling into this ever expanding shit storm of altcoin propaganda trying to get CGA out there, but 2-4 guys can not do this alone. We need the community to do more then sit around and wait (I am not pointing a finger at anyone, but it would be nice if someone were to at least retweet, share a facebook post, or make a reddit post.)
 
"no investment in new markets"?
If you mean new exchanges: We have been excepted on 2 new exchanges in the last 2 weeks (granted one of our devs had created one). We have been adding votes to cryptsy (tho we "devs" are not "hardcore miners" and CGA does not have a premine that we can pull from, we don't have much BTC to spare), I have put all the BTC that I had (which is not much but I gave it all) into crypsy votes (foolish maybe). We have been in contact with the Cryptsy admins for the last few days and they are looking into maybe (MAYBE) adding us even tho we are not on the top of the list (don't get your hopes up).

If you mean things other than exchanges: Have you looked at 1BillionHex? I know I haven't said much about it, but we are going to play a major role in this game. I have been told that CGA will probably be used to actually purchase digital land within the game. The way BobNoble described it to me was that you could use CGA to "buy a moon". This game is going to be like nothing anyone has ever seen, it wont be like Flappy or Huntercoin, it will be much, much more. Not only will CGA get ridiculous amounts of exposure from this game, it will guarantee that CGA will not fall off the face of the earth (unlike so many shitcoins before us).

We have been working around the clock non stop since CGA was released (partially from recovering from my early mistakes, but these things happen when you try something that no one has done before), working around work, school, and personal schedules, sacrificing our time and sanity to "pick up the slack" that IMO is what the community (that are making all the profit anyway) should be doing.
I cannot say I am really part of this community, more of an interested observer.

That being said, I have to speak up in support of the Devs of this coin. In the interest of disclosure, I am part of the dev team of a competitor. (Earthcoin). I know first hand how little things can cause well laid plans to go very badly wrong, and how easy it is to try to fix the problem before addressing it. This dev team has not made that mistake, and for that alone you should all thank them. We are still in damage control mode in my camp, and so far there aren't any fundamental flaws in our coin. All because the original core team were not public about some problems they were having. The silence got filled with enough noise to drown the truth. There was no ill intent, just poor communication. But it got out of hand.

By contrast, every problem that CGA has had has been quickly, aggressively, and OPENLY dealt with by the development team. That they haven't gone in for slick marketing tricks is of no consequence. CGA is a successful coin on every exchange it's on, and it is tradeable in other ways. From where I sit, it has done well. I've followed this coin almost from it's beginning, because I like it's premise. I see it more as a novelty coin than a serious payment platform. But it is useful as the latter, and there is not a thing wrong with novelty!

The Devs are a rough bunch when it comes to business, from the looks of things. Again, absolutely nothing wrong with that. A gruff, honest businessman will retire wealthy, whereas a slick, well packaged nuisance will fade into obscurity. I think they have done very well in getting the mechanics of a rather unique take on the crypto paradigm up and working. Given the number or hiccups, I think most devs would have thrown their hands in the air and walked away. Instead, they have perspired and persevered and have a pretty cool thing going. Don't knock it. Being a dev, even just the communictions officer, is NOT an easy task. Doing it without funding, for the love of it, as these guys have obviously done, is praiseworthy.

May you enjoy great success, and the Cryptographic Anomaly be long used and remembered!

EDIT: Couple of typos. Hard to type one handed while feeding the baby Tongue

Wow, thanks for the love and support! I don't know what else to say but congrats on the baby girl!

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April 14, 2014, 08:54:00 PM
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It looks like the some what of a copy coin to CGA, FOF is not turning out so well or just developing relllllly slow.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515642.0;all

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April 14, 2014, 09:05:11 PM
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It looks like the some what of a copy coin to CGA, FOF is not turning out so well or just developing relllllly slow.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515642.0;all

Ya saw that one, Hashcoin is actually closer to copying the block reward style of CGA, tho they are under constant attack from trolls Tongue

Edit: In fact they are using a better method to get the current difficulty, I might implement it in the next hardfork.

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April 15, 2014, 03:38:58 AM
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Sorry for the long delay! The OSX wallet is now updated to 1.3.3.3 with the 'Heartbleed' patch, it is now packaged into a fancy .dmg and compatible with OSX 10.5 and above! Took me 1 week to get the right build environment but finally had a breakthrough. Enjoy Wink

http://cganomaly.com/downloads/CGA_1.3.3.3_OSX.dmg

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April 15, 2014, 05:19:04 PM
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It looks like the some what of a copy coin to CGA, FOF is not turning out so well or just developing relllllly slow.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515642.0;all

Ya saw that one, Hashcoin is actually closer to copying the block reward style of CGA, tho they are under constant attack from trolls Tongue

Edit: In fact they are using a better method to get the current difficulty, I might implement it in the next hardfork.

Well both of those coins are not doing so well. HASH coin had a massive fail launch and is now on its 3rd re-launch and FOF's developer seems to have vanished.

This just make me appreciate you lot of Dev's just that much more.  Grin

Keep up the great work this coin has some real potential. I think it will soon be worth .01-.02 BTC/CGA or more. Should be on a good run with LTC in a couple of months. Ill keep hoarding my CGA till the price is right.

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April 15, 2014, 11:02:45 PM
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Cryptographic Anomaly is now on the Swisscex.com voting page, lets get ahead of the curve: https://www.swisscex.com/voting

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April 16, 2014, 01:01:18 AM
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ive made a review and setup guide of Gridseeds - http://fuk.io/how-to-setup-gridseed-dual-asic-miner-on-windows-mac-osx-linux-review-of-gridseed/
this coin is available as donation, and since i have over 1300 people on mailing list.. this may give some heads up to people Smiley feel free to keep me without ads with donations bros!

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April 16, 2014, 01:48:18 AM
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It looks like the some what of a copy coin to CGA, FOF is not turning out so well or just developing relllllly slow.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515642.0;all

Oh well....Too bad for them Sad

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April 16, 2014, 01:49:33 AM
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Sorry for the long delay! The OSX wallet is now updated to 1.3.3.3 with the 'Heartbleed' patch, it is now packaged into a fancy .dmg and compatible with OSX 10.5 and above! Took me 1 week to get the right build environment but finally had a breakthrough. Enjoy Wink

http://cganomaly.com/downloads/CGA_1.3.3.3_OSX.dmg

Not a mac user but I thank you for your persistence Smiley  Bravo!!!!   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
I knew in my heart that CGA is a very special coin the first time I discovered it !  Go CGA!!!!

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April 16, 2014, 01:52:25 AM
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Cryptographic Anomaly is now on the Swisscex.com voting page, lets get ahead of the curve: https://www.swisscex.com/voting
Registered and voted - allowed 3 votes per hour for registered users! We are still in second place!
BTW, I also went to icurrex and voted, we now have 777 votes and I see that every time I come back, it has not increased
between my votes, so that is the reason we are not in the top 10 there - we can change that! One vote per half hour allowed:
https://www.icurrex.com/coin_poll
On Mintpal we have almost 10000 votes, but only users that have traded *something* can vote (5 votes per hour).
We are down somewhere place 50 or so, many coins that I have never heard of are higher - but those ore probably bought votes...
https://www.mintpal.com/voting

I also checked TheDigitalMint to check my miners as I noticed that they had failed over to Doge for a couple minutes
and I see changes on the TDM website, so probably the stratum was unreachable for a moment, causing the failover.
Also saw that since the beginning of CGA my block finding number has now reached 100, not bad for the old cards I am running and indeed
about 1/1000 of the network hashrate, so it makes sense to find 100 out of 101k blocks.

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April 16, 2014, 01:56:58 AM
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Wow - the hard work of the dev and the support from this little community is paying off - CGA has risen to 0.003 (again) on Poloniex.
Beginning of the month I bought for 0.0013. Nice profit, unfortunately not many coins. I should have invested more...

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TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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April 16, 2014, 02:02:09 AM
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Cryptographic Anomaly is now on the Swisscex.com voting page, lets get ahead of the curve: https://www.swisscex.com/voting
Registered and voted - allowed 3 votes per hour for registered users! We are still in second place!
BTW, I also went to icurrex and voted, we now have 777 votes and I see that every time I come back, it has not increased
between my votes, so that is the reason we are not in the top 10 there - we can change that! One vote per half hour allowed:
https://www.icurrex.com/coin_poll
On Mintpal we have almost 10000 votes, but only users that have traded *something* can vote (5 votes per hour).
We are down somewhere place 50 or so, many coins that I have never heard of are higher - but those ore probably bought votes...
https://www.mintpal.com/voting

I also checked TheDigitalMint to check my miners as I noticed that they had failed over to Doge for a couple minutes
and I see changes on the TDM website, so probably the stratum was unreachable for a moment, causing the failover.
Also saw that since the beginning of CGA my block finding number has now reached 100, not bad for the old cards I am running and indeed
about 1/1000 of the network hashrate, so it makes sense to find 100 out of 101k blocks.

Ya I almost forgot about icurrex, I have been voting there today (along with swisscex), only got about 3-5 votes in tho

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April 16, 2014, 02:10:11 AM
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Sorry for the long delay! The OSX wallet is now updated to 1.3.3.3 with the 'Heartbleed' patch, it is now packaged into a fancy .dmg and compatible with OSX 10.5 and above! Took me 1 week to get the right build environment but finally had a breakthrough. Enjoy Wink

http://cganomaly.com/downloads/CGA_1.3.3.3_OSX.dmg

Not a mac user but I thank you for your persistence Smiley  Bravo!!!!   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
I knew in my heart that CGA is a very special coin the first time I discovered it !  Go CGA!!!!

Anything for the CGA community Wink you guys are great!

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