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Author Topic: [ANN][AUR] Auroracoin - a cryptocurrency for Iceland  (Read 492940 times)
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February 10, 2014, 03:39:52 PM
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I call on whoever is operating http://aur.pool-a.net to help those users that are locked out of their accounts.

Do you know how many users are affected by this, and why they are locked out?

I'm currently mining via that pool without problems but obviously this concerns me.


At least three. Seems to be linked to brute force attack on their accounts. That is a sensible security mechanism, but the pool operator must answer support requests from those affected.
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February 10, 2014, 03:44:55 PM
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Willing to sell 100 AUR for 1 BTC. In case you're interested please PM me.  Smiley Thanks
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February 10, 2014, 04:39:06 PM
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Hitting blocks and need more hashing power at http://aur.scrypthp.com

Fast, secure MPOS pool 1% Fee.

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February 10, 2014, 04:39:22 PM
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One technical question.
How dev is going to execute the airdrop smoothly?

Do Islanders need to apply for their share?
Is it going to be automated?

How dev is going to make sure coins woild be distributed properly?

DEV's will send letter to every granny in Island with guide how to setup wallet, how to make transfers, how .......... hmm and for those Islanders that didn't claim their Aurorash!t, DEV's won't sell those coins.

HAHAHA dumbest phony story for INSANE premine EVER.

DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

If I was DEV, I would stab myself in lungs 20 times.

But one other hand, there are always loads of naive idiots what jump on such wrong train and lose their money sooooooooo at the end, DEV will profit.
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February 10, 2014, 04:48:35 PM
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One technical question.
How dev is going to execute the airdrop smoothly?

Do Islanders need to apply for their share?
Is it going to be automated?

How dev is going to make sure coins woild be distributed properly?

DEV's will send letter to every granny in Island with guide how to setup wallet, how to make transfers, how .......... hmm and for those Islanders that didn't claim their Aurorash!t, DEV's won't sell those coins.

HAHAHA dumbest phony story for INSANE premine EVER.

DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

If I was DEV, I would stab myself in lungs 20 times.

But one other hand, there are always loads of naive idiots what jump on such wrong train and lose their money sooooooooo at the end, DEV will profit.
If the dev doesn't follow the rules he set out to do I could hard fork it and invalidate the premined coins. Is everyone ok with that?

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February 10, 2014, 06:03:52 PM
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selling 15 aur for .12 btc pm if interested
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February 10, 2014, 07:11:50 PM
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If the dev doesn't follow the rules he set out to do I could hard fork it and invalidate the premined coins. Is everyone ok with that?

Surely that would destroy the coin's whole declared purpose and uniqueness.

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February 10, 2014, 07:26:46 PM
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“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.” -Mahatma Gandhi

Good luck Dev, I believe in you!  Where there's a will, there's a way and this is an amazing concept worth the hard work.

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February 10, 2014, 07:51:37 PM
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If the dev doesn't follow the rules he set out to do I could hard fork it and invalidate the premined coins. Is everyone ok with that?

Surely that would destroy the coin's whole declared purpose and uniqueness.


I am confident that Baldur will soon publish every little detail on how the aridrop will be conducted.
If the airdrop fails or he does not deliver, the idea is extremely good and certainly possible to perform here in Iceland on a new fork.
I looked in to various ways on how to authenticate for the airdrop and the process should be a fairly straight forward to implement.

Looking forward to the details from Baldur.
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February 10, 2014, 08:17:17 PM
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Yup this is really going to happen one way or another. 99% sure it will happen as described by OP but good to have a backup plan for the 1% as well.
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February 10, 2014, 08:33:12 PM
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One technical question.
How dev is going to execute the airdrop smoothly?

Do Islanders need to apply for their share?
Is it going to be automated?

How dev is going to make sure coins woild be distributed properly?

DEV's will send letter to every granny in Island with guide how to setup wallet, how to make transfers, how .......... hmm and for those Islanders that didn't claim their Aurorash!t, DEV's won't sell those coins.

HAHAHA dumbest phony story for INSANE premine EVER.

DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

If I was DEV, I would stab myself in lungs 20 times.

But one other hand, there are always loads of naive idiots what jump on such wrong train and lose their money sooooooooo at the end, DEV will profit.
If the dev doesn't follow the rules he set out to do I could hard fork it and invalidate the premined coins. Is everyone ok with that?

Very Okay with that. Thanks for the insurance. Hopefully we won't need it.
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February 10, 2014, 08:33:47 PM
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I'm connected to Iceland only because i used to play Eve Online.  But man that was a revolutionary game.  

I would like to help Iceland rebuild their all digital economy, i think it's a great idea.. and shows the world Iceland's tech innovation & leadership.  I really hope this coin finds it's footing and becomes successful.

For now I'll keep mining AUR Smiley

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February 10, 2014, 08:35:07 PM
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One technical question.
How dev is going to execute the airdrop smoothly?

Do Islanders need to apply for their share?
Is it going to be automated?

How dev is going to make sure coins woild be distributed properly?

DEV's will send letter to every granny in Island with guide how to setup wallet, how to make transfers, how .......... hmm and for those Islanders that didn't claim their Aurorash!t, DEV's won't sell those coins.

HAHAHA dumbest phony story for INSANE premine EVER.

DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

If I was DEV, I would stab myself in lungs 20 times.

But one other hand, there are always loads of naive idiots what jump on such wrong train and lose their money sooooooooo at the end, DEV will profit.
If the dev doesn't follow the rules he set out to do I could hard fork it and invalidate the premined coins. Is everyone ok with that?

lol.. innovative..
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February 10, 2014, 08:42:10 PM
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One technical question.
How dev is going to execute the airdrop smoothly?

Do Islanders need to apply for their share?
Is it going to be automated?

How dev is going to make sure coins woild be distributed properly?

DEV's will send letter to every granny in Island with guide how to setup wallet, how to make transfers, how .......... hmm and for those Islanders that didn't claim their Aurorash!t, DEV's won't sell those coins.

HAHAHA dumbest phony story for INSANE premine EVER.

DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

If I was DEV, I would stab myself in lungs 20 times.

But one other hand, there are always loads of naive idiots what jump on such wrong train and lose their money sooooooooo at the end, DEV will profit.

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February 10, 2014, 09:28:36 PM
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One technical question.
How dev is going to execute the airdrop smoothly?

Do Islanders need to apply for their share?
Is it going to be automated?

How dev is going to make sure coins woild be distributed properly?

DEV's will send letter to every granny in Island with guide how to setup wallet, how to make transfers, how .......... hmm and for those Islanders that didn't claim their Aurorash!t, DEV's won't sell those coins.

HAHAHA dumbest phony story for INSANE premine EVER.

DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

If I was DEV, I would stab myself in lungs 20 times.

But one other hand, there are always loads of naive idiots what jump on such wrong train and lose their money sooooooooo at the end, DEV will profit.
I agree with this theory. Minus the harsh words.

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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February 10, 2014, 10:09:00 PM
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there is always a risk thay dev will do against the rules he stated. But he will get hmm 300$ ? For some shitcoins coins?
If he does abide his rules and distribute the coins thoroughly he will be mich more richier.

AUR is worth mining because we take part in social experiment that was not introduced elsewhere.

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February 10, 2014, 10:30:05 PM
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there is always a risk thay dev will do against the rules he stated. But he will get hmm 300$ ? For some shitcoins coins?
If he does abide his rules and distribute the coins thoroughly he will be mich more richier.

AUR is worth mining because we take part in social experiment that was not introduced elsewhere.

Agreed there's more to gain for everyone if we all play fair so I trust the devteam motivations.

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February 10, 2014, 11:23:39 PM
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DEV doesn't have any real way to target all 330k Islanders and verify them without any government issued process.

Why state something you have no idea about so unequivocally?

There is indeed a publicly accessible national database in Iceland and multiple ways to securely verify identity online.
http://www.island.is/islykill/

Whether the devs are honest is perhaps in question but the viability of their claims are not.
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February 10, 2014, 11:26:43 PM
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Come on dev I believe in this coin and am mining at present please don't let us down.....
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February 10, 2014, 11:49:07 PM
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So is it still worth mining this coin or not? Sounds like not to me Angry
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