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Author Topic: [ANN][AUR] Auroracoin - a cryptocurrency for Iceland  (Read 492917 times)
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February 11, 2014, 10:38:12 AM
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By the way, are you mining AUR?
No. I don't mine AUR. It won't get to reputed exchange with 50% premined and uncertain volume of giveaways.

Also if "risk seeking" investor appears, miners won't sell high volumes (as they mine very little) and won't sell cheap (as early birds they expect higher mining revenue comparing to LTC or DOGE mining). Only seller willing to sell for any volume for any price are the DEV's.

500 EUR might not look bad, but really. I showed my mother how to easily (2 clicks) rotate photo in ACDSEE, and everytime she wants to rotate photo, she had to ask me once again.
Airdrop of cryptocoin to whole population (from 1 day old kid to 90 yrs old man) is UTOPIA.

Bring on Utopia!

If you're not mining and not buying what's the problem?

Why are you spending so much effort trying to discredit this coin?

If you have no personal stake in it why all the anger?

Personally I like what this coin stands for and I've pointed 3MHs towards its development.




I'm not mining or buying. I'm the one who can learn from his mistakes. So can smell transparent scam.

Also I have some inteligence and can focus on details of someones stories and see fishy stuff, and inconsistency of storytellers claims.

For some people HYIPs are obvious scams and other people fall for them over and over and lose their money. Inteligence and ability to learn from mistakes what differs these two groups of people.
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February 11, 2014, 10:39:22 AM
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The ID is indeed an integral part of the Airdrop, but not sufficient to claim coins.

No sane person would leave 10,500,000 coins in a hot wallet on a server distributing the coins. Coins will be added incrementally, hence the 21 addresses. Maybe there should even be more of them.
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February 11, 2014, 11:02:11 AM
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Bring on Utopia!

If you're not mining and not buying what's the problem?

Why are you spending so much effort trying to discredit this coin?

If you have no personal stake in it why all the anger?

Personally I like what this coin stands for and I've pointed 3MHs towards its development.




I'm not mining or buying. I'm the one who can learn from his mistakes. So can smell transparent scam.

Also I have some inteligence and can focus on details of someones stories and see fishy stuff, and inconsistency of storytellers claims.

For some people HYIPs are obvious scams and other people fall for them over and over and lose their money. Inteligence and ability to learn from mistakes what differs these two groups of people.

So you're concerned that we don't fall for a possible scam and want to warn us.

That's a very valid reason and I thank you for bringing the points you make to our attention.

I'm however going to keep mining and following this coin. I only just started tonight. Pulled a miner of VTC for this one as out of all the ALTs this one has one hell of an interesting idea and even if all the details are not perfect right now, it doesn't really matter at this point in time. The 13 previous pages of this post indicate a lot of people who would like to give this coin a chance so we can all see what works and what doesn't. Maybe you will be proved right in time. I hope not, but in the mean time, I'm open to the possibility and I'm prepared to give this coin a chance to show us what it's made of. This is how evolution through open source works, my friend.

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February 11, 2014, 11:16:44 AM
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http://aur.easy-mine.eu

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February 11, 2014, 11:16:56 AM
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WTT 16 500 eKrona: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421376.0

for Aurora.

I will give 1000 eKrona for 25 Aurora.

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February 11, 2014, 11:24:39 AM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


Thank you!

Sent some satoshis your way as I've only just started mining AUR and don't have any yet.

Do you think it would be possible to spruce up the visual apperance of the BE to give it an Icelandic theme?

;-)

Thanks for your donation.

Before taking care of appearance (it's on the list), I have to fix the addresses (they are all wrong).

Does anyone know the address_version and magic for AUR or where to look these up in the source code?

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February 11, 2014, 12:04:06 PM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


Thank you!

Sent some satoshis your way as I've only just started mining AUR and don't have any yet.

Do you think it would be possible to spruce up the visual apperance of the BE to give it an Icelandic theme?

;-)

Thanks for your donation.

Before taking care of appearance (it's on the list), I have to fix the addresses (they are all wrong).

Does anyone know the address_version and magic for AUR or where to look these up in the source code?


https://github.com/baldurodinsson/auroracoin-project/blob/56e7650690dec94389992cb058e96d8739d253c7/src/base58.h#L281
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February 11, 2014, 12:10:33 PM
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Sorry, read the first page but it didn't mention what type of coin this is.

SHA 256 or scrypt?

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February 11, 2014, 12:14:23 PM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


Thank you!

Sent some satoshis your way as I've only just started mining AUR and don't have any yet.

Do you think it would be possible to spruce up the visual apperance of the BE to give it an Icelandic theme?

;-)

Thanks for your donation.

Before taking care of appearance (it's on the list), I have to fix the addresses (they are all wrong).

Does anyone know the address_version and magic for AUR or where to look these up in the source code?


https://github.com/baldurodinsson/auroracoin-project/blob/56e7650690dec94389992cb058e96d8739d253c7/src/base58.h#L281

thanks, Balduro.

Still need more help.

This is coin config (bitcoin-abe) for litecoin:

Code:
datadir += [{
 "dirname" : "/home/aur/.AuroraCoin",
 "chain" : "AuroraCoin",
 "code3" : "AUR",
 "address_version" : "u000e",
 "magic" : "u00fbu00c0u00b6u00db"
}]

what do I need for AUR?

litecoin:

Code:
PUBKEY_ADDRESS = 48, // Litecoin addresses start with L

auroracoin:

Code:
PUBKEY_ADDRESS = 23,

confused

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February 11, 2014, 01:39:34 PM
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Hi Balduro, must admit that behind Aurora is very interested concept of distribution. However I'm worrying if this coin is multipools proof? Difficulty since few days is on 50 something. Any chance to implement KGW?

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February 11, 2014, 02:18:04 PM
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Can we expect a mac osx wallet anytime soon?

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February 11, 2014, 03:04:29 PM
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isnt there anyone interested in buying at all?
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February 11, 2014, 03:13:34 PM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


Thank you!

Sent some satoshis your way as I've only just started mining AUR and don't have any yet.

Do you think it would be possible to spruce up the visual apperance of the BE to give it an Icelandic theme?

;-)

Thanks for your donation.

Before taking care of appearance (it's on the list), I have to fix the addresses (they are all wrong).

Does anyone know the address_version and magic for AUR or where to look these up in the source code?


https://github.com/baldurodinsson/auroracoin-project/blob/56e7650690dec94389992cb058e96d8739d253c7/src/base58.h#L281

thanks, Balduro.

Still need more help.

This is coin config (bitcoin-abe) for litecoin:

Code:
datadir += [{
 "dirname" : "/home/aur/.AuroraCoin",
 "chain" : "AuroraCoin",
 "code3" : "AUR",
 "address_version" : "u000e",
 "magic" : "u00fbu00c0u00b6u00db"
}]

what do I need for AUR?

litecoin:

Code:
PUBKEY_ADDRESS = 48, // Litecoin addresses start with L

auroracoin:

Code:
PUBKEY_ADDRESS = 23,

confused


Think it should be 0x97

https://github.com/bitcoin-abe/bitcoin-abe/blob/master/doc/FAQ.html
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February 11, 2014, 05:06:50 PM
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I would love to hear some plans for unclaimed coins (& timeline for being able to claim them).  Obviously the dev(s) should make a profit off of their ideas and time but announcing that X% of unclaimed AUR will be donated to Icelandic charities would do a lot to calm the objections of folks calling any 50% premine a scam.

The spike in network hashrate seems to have abated but persisting high difficulty means that mining is sort of at a crawl...

How about a bounty for someone implementing K. gravity well?
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February 11, 2014, 05:18:36 PM
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Let's see. Where can I buy some coins?

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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February 11, 2014, 05:24:41 PM
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Let's see. Where can I buy some coins?
check the earlier pages - there is a lot of people that announced selling their AUR

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February 11, 2014, 06:15:15 PM
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Your own point was Airdrop based on ID
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I see max 5-10% of Icelanders claiming their coins. Rest would be stolen from DEV's on generated wallets and ID's or stolen by 3rd party people with botnets ....

The Kennitala is never used as an authenticator. It's a public ID number!
I linked you to a page of an authenticator based on that ID but you didn't bother to google translate.

The dev can't know beforehand which people claim their coins so it would be known soon if someone doesn't have his allotted coins (which can be stored indefinitely associated with an ID. Botnets have not yet mastered accessing physical keys and SMS authentication which is what we are talking about by the way (since you obviously know nothing about it).

I am not affiliated with this project except I mined a few and would really appreciate any actual criticism founded in reality so I could better evaluate the coin. So far you have provided nothing to this thread except the same kind of childishness you accuse the dev of.

In evaluating the coin the childishness of the dev is irrelevant only his intentions which given the circumstances are in his best interest to be open about.

If you or anyone has plausible theories on how the dev could make more out of this than by being honest about his intentions and just being one of the early miners please share.
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February 11, 2014, 06:32:25 PM
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Agreed. I've seen some very good explanations VS amateur accusations on this forum.

At least it's keeping this thread alive and kicking.
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February 11, 2014, 06:49:30 PM
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Agreed. I've seen some very good explanations VS amateur accusations on this forum.

At least it's keeping this thread alive and kicking.

I like your style. It does seem awfully familiar though.

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February 11, 2014, 06:55:20 PM
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We could use some more miners over at.

https://aur.cryptoculture.net


Keep the network decentrailzed.


"This 0.1 automatic payment transaction fee is a network fee and goes back into the network not the pool."

Isn't this bullshit? Default transaction fee seems to be 0.001 and pool does not need to pay any network transaction fees..
It is ok to get some fee on withdrawals, but please tell the truth. Well at least you tell about the fee, the other pool doesn't even mention it.
(hmm.. maybe it is just some default on the pool sw. But anyway, it should be fixed)

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