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Author Topic: [ANN] [RBY] ★★ Rubycoin ★★ A precious gem for the digital age  (Read 287185 times)
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February 26, 2014, 05:09:21 PM
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Prices will rise, prices will fall. Timing is everything and sometimes you’re just lucky!


I for one fully welcome your input, my point is that it's my belief that there's a lot more meat to be had still on this bone and if there's anything I can do to get it to my personal price point... then that's what I'm gonna do. This is why I am encouraging people to hold out for a higher price, because we as miners are in control of the supply side of the equation and nobody can buy "cheap" if we don't allow them to buy cheap. I fully understand that there will always be people who when a commodity reaches a price they are comfortable with will sell, but I want to assume there are many like myself who would like to see my work and time rewarded with a little more rather than a little less and I'm willing to spend a little more of both to see if I can't get it to where I want it and I will continue to lobby my fellow miners in an attempt to rally all of us to what I believe is a mutual cause. I'm not in this because I want to do it for the cheap.  Wink
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February 26, 2014, 05:23:07 PM
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The source was posted at launch. The windows wallet was compiled shortly after launch. Solo mining was never recommended and would not have been possible at 200+ difficulty without in excess of 60 M/H in power. You said private launch, which indicates some public miners were given an advantage. This is not the case. Nice try.

Then why do a lot of others think and seen the same thing?


For one very simple reason: there is a group of people attempting to mis-inform people about rubycoin in this thread. Whether intentionally or not, that's what they're doing. Anyone who was in the IRC at launch knows what you are saying is false.

I don't engage with habitual liars. We're done here.

At least 2 pools were mining the coin seconds after the dropbox link was posted (at best, it may have been a minute or two before, both are a sign of the same thing).  This was seen on irc specifically.  Therefore they had to have it ahead of time.  The first post in this thread was not updated for many minutes after the link was posted in irc.  To my knowledge the change in early block reward wasn't posted anywhere.

Where is the mis-information?

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February 26, 2014, 05:31:19 PM
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There's also the notion that the 80 million coin limited supply is also factored into the current price: the so called "efficient market" hypothesis. Even in the "real" world there is accounting for strangeness. Take for example ponzi schemes. Real, sophisticated investors will sometimes even "invest" into a ponzi knowing full well it's a ponzi. They get in, get out and "make" their money at the detriment of those who (for whatever reason, ignorance, persuasion or otherwise) come later. This isn't without its risk and morally dubious. By some, its seen as a legit investment. Not saying cryptocoins are a ponzi shceme by any means! (As debt-based fiat currency continues its inevitable devaluation, cryptos are surely the way) However, again, its about "value" and price. If this coin is to thrive, is requires value above all others. What can you do with coin that you can not with others? Without this, its surely speculation and this requires skill and judgment on "price" and timing...as compared to eveyone else's in the market. Personally, i like the name; reminds me of my ex-girlfriend... so, there's even "emotional" content to contend with -> which any professional investor would tell you is a nonsense! I guess the point im also making is regardless of how any particular coin is released, fair or unfair, what counts now is the price and the willingness of the market. Past performance is no indication to the future and all that and if we looked at quantitative easing in the "real" world, thats the most unfair way of releasing new money. It favours the banks and first lenders, and hurts savers and pensions the most... fair no... but nothing we can do to change that... except maybe make our own money....the story continues.
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February 26, 2014, 05:38:15 PM
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The source was posted at launch. The windows wallet was compiled shortly after launch. Solo mining was never recommended and would not have been possible at 200+ difficulty without in excess of 60 M/H in power. You said private launch, which indicates some public miners were given an advantage. This is not the case. Nice try.

Then why do a lot of others think and seen the same thing?


For one very simple reason: there is a group of people attempting to mis-inform people about rubycoin in this thread. Whether intentionally or not, that's what they're doing. Anyone who was in the IRC at launch knows what you are saying is false.

I don't engage with habitual liars. We're done here.

At least 2 pools were mining the coin seconds after the dropbox link was posted (at best, it may have been a minute or two before, both are a sign of the same thing).  Therefore they had to have it ahead of time.  The first post in this thread was not updated for many minutes after the link was posted in irc.  To my knowledge the change in early block reward wasn't posted anywhere.

Where is the mis-information?

OMG, almost two days later and people are still crying.  Cry I was not on one of the early release pools, in fact, you can find me right now on Bitember.com, I missed a few coins... I missed a few coins, that's it. I wish I had gotten those coins, because I am trying to make a profit here, but even though I happen to be a guy... I've got my big girl panties on and I will live to fight another day. I have chosen to mine this coin for a while longer, but I might change my mind an hour from now, but I just can't spend days crying over something I know I'm not going to change. Either I want to mine this coin or I don't, if I don't want to, I will put my energies into the coin I do want to mine... it's just that simple.
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February 26, 2014, 06:36:51 PM
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anyone notice that in http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com , your hashrate is not correcty displayed at dashboard? my 4.5 Mhash only gets displayed as 2.2 Mhash. why is that? so i am not sure how much coin should I really earn mining there now.
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February 26, 2014, 07:02:42 PM
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i like to be kissed while i'm being fucked  Grin

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February 26, 2014, 07:18:14 PM
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anyone notice that in http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com , your hashrate is not correcty displayed at dashboard? my 4.5 Mhash only gets displayed as 2.2 Mhash. why is that? so i am not sure how much coin should I really earn mining there now.

me too

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February 26, 2014, 07:23:24 PM
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anyone notice that in http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com , your hashrate is not correcty displayed at dashboard? my 4.5 Mhash only gets displayed as 2.2 Mhash. why is that? so i am not sure how much coin should I really earn mining there now.

me too
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February 26, 2014, 07:26:25 PM
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I wrote a press article here: http://freefromfiat.net/rubycoin-is-launched-and-gaining-massive-attention/

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Please read the goddamned trust rating feedback before you judge...soo stupid..
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February 26, 2014, 07:29:15 PM
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biggest pool is http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com?

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February 26, 2014, 07:34:54 PM
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anyone notice that in http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com , your hashrate is not correcty displayed at dashboard? my 4.5 Mhash only gets displayed as 2.2 Mhash. why is that? so i am not sure how much coin should I really earn mining there now.

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so am I

I also mined 20 ruby for 2 hours, but all of them is Unconfirmed.
0 Confirmed
is it normal?..
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February 26, 2014, 07:36:26 PM
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anyone notice that in http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com , your hashrate is not correcty displayed at dashboard? my 4.5 Mhash only gets displayed as 2.2 Mhash. why is that? so i am not sure how much coin should I really earn mining there now.

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so am I

I also mined 20 ruby for 2 hours, but all of them is Unconfirmed.
0 Confirmed
is it normal?..

I left them and went to suchpool.pw and everything is workin wayy better. Dedicatedpools got something wrong. Now the rubies are flying in on suchpol Smiley

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February 26, 2014, 07:37:49 PM
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Dont use it man use http://ruby.suchpool.pw  until they get it fixed. I mined a whole 12 hours and got like 10RUBY on 1mhs

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February 26, 2014, 07:48:38 PM
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You might want to update the widget on the right side of your site which shows BTC's value at.... Mt. Gox  Grin  Grin  Grin
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February 26, 2014, 07:51:09 PM
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The source was posted at launch. The windows wallet was compiled shortly after launch. Solo mining was never recommended and would not have been possible at 200+ difficulty without in excess of 60 M/H in power. You said private launch, which indicates some public miners were given an advantage. This is not the case. Nice try.

Then why do a lot of others think and seen the same thing?


For one very simple reason: there is a group of people attempting to mis-inform people about rubycoin in this thread. Whether intentionally or not, that's what they're doing. Anyone who was in the IRC at launch knows what you are saying is false.

I don't engage with habitual liars. We're done here.

At least 2 pools were mining the coin seconds after the dropbox link was posted (at best, it may have been a minute or two before, both are a sign of the same thing).  Therefore they had to have it ahead of time.  The first post in this thread was not updated for many minutes after the link was posted in irc.  To my knowledge the change in early block reward wasn't posted anywhere.

Where is the mis-information?

OMG, almost two days later and people are still crying.  Cry I was not on one of the early release pools, in fact, you can find me right now on Bitember.com, I missed a few coins... I missed a few coins, that's it. I wish I had gotten those coins, because I am trying to make a profit here, but even though I happen to be a guy... I've got my big girl panties on and I will live to fight another day. I have chosen to mine this coin for a while longer, but I might change my mind an hour from now, but I just can't spend days crying over something I know I'm not going to change. Either I want to mine this coin or I don't, if I don't want to, I will put my energies into the coin I do want to mine... it's just that simple.

I could care less. I don't have any ruby left nor am I mining it anymore, and as such its my last post here. Mine the coin, enjoy the coin, love the coin. .  But for people to claim it was an all well and good launch and anyone saying otherwise is part of some smear campaign is silly. Coin dev's releasing source code to certain pools is also silly (to anyone, really).  Just let them rush to grab it, compile it, and get their shit going like everyone else.  God forbid people solo mine for a few minutes, or those who can't/don't have to wait 5min for pools to pop up.  But oh well, thats another story.

You guys should market to the Ruby programming community.

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February 26, 2014, 08:00:12 PM
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anyone notice that in http://ruby.dedicatedpool.com , your hashrate is not correcty displayed at dashboard? my 4.5 Mhash only gets displayed as 2.2 Mhash. why is that? so i am not sure how much coin should I really earn mining there now.

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so am I

I also mined 20 ruby for 2 hours, but all of them is Unconfirmed.
0 Confirmed
is it normal?..

I left them and went to suchpool.pw and everything is workin wayy better. Dedicatedpools got something wrong. Now the rubies are flying in on suchpol Smiley

Well I lost 20 min typing a big explanation only to realise you probably wouldn't get any of it anyway.

So let's summarize:

The real question you should be asking is "Did I get the correct amount of coins for the hashing power I have (showed on miner, not on pool) for the last 24H, based on a 24H Diff average?". If so, it's quite obvious the problem relies solely on the webserver/page and who the fuck cares... Let it be man, I prefer they invest in a good server to run stratum and in security, who cares about the webserver Smiley As long as you got your coins! Otherwise change pool and report it please Smiley
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February 26, 2014, 08:10:20 PM
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im out of this coin - i managed to mine 457 Ruby from launch for approx 36hrs....

Has been an interesting journey, and i have enjoyed reading the posts on this thread. I have also noticed the amount of miners in the pool i was using dropped to 100 - and this was supposed to be the busiest pool???

i do believe the value of this coin will increase, therefore i will be holding my Ruby for a few weeks and see what happens... its just to bloody hard to mine for the short term, and i need daily income

enjoy guys...


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February 26, 2014, 08:21:59 PM
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What a scam... Asking people to make a Ruby faucet then when you complete it... the owner remove from the main post the free slot and leave only 2 of them.
Thank! Very fair!

This seems to be the worst coin ever made.
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February 26, 2014, 08:45:08 PM
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If any one want to donate some ruby please send Rj7Pn6vrB7rgc8AaaUKiRDZBmQvpTAH27m
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February 26, 2014, 08:50:48 PM
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What a scam... Asking people to make a Ruby faucet then when you complete it... the owner remove from the main post the free slot and leave only 2 of them.
Thank! Very fair!

This seems to be the worst coin ever made.

before you start screaming about it being a scam, have you posted in the reddit thread requesting a bounty payment as they instructed in the announcement thread?
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