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Author Topic: [ANN] [RBY] ★★ Rubycoin ★★ A precious gem for the digital age  (Read 287185 times)
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March 01, 2014, 03:01:22 AM
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Massive buy wall at 0.00000021
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March 01, 2014, 03:21:05 AM
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I just received a generous bounty, be patient guys they ARE paying them they are just busily working on the actual future of the coin which is what you should want if you aren't just a dumper.
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March 01, 2014, 03:25:06 AM
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Relax guys... All the new coins are bound to get dumped to hell once it reaches a few exchange... It'll take a while for them to build back up. So just keep your calm and have faith


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March 01, 2014, 04:01:12 AM
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Massive buy wall at 0.00000021
Is this indicative of a massive sell order?
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March 01, 2014, 04:22:06 AM
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I submitted my video for bounty a week ago.  It should have been video 13.  Why isn't it on the list and why didn't I get a bounty?  I did work hard on it.

http://youtu.be/5bOxZuQ5uSU
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March 01, 2014, 04:27:10 AM
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RubyCoin prices continue the downward spiral as the coin near its death.
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March 01, 2014, 04:30:53 AM
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Massive buy wall at 0.00000021
Is this indicative of a massive sell order?

There is not near enough volume on cryptorush to dump a large amount.
Help a newbie out here.... I dont quite understand this. Volume is made up of transactions, buy/sells. Dumping a large amount creates the volume... volume isnt required before hand? If a huge sell order was place at a specified price, then until all those orders are filled, the price wont move. Im not a member of that exchange so I havent looked at the pending orders/depth.
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March 01, 2014, 04:38:33 AM
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I submitted my video for bounty a week ago.  It should have been video 13.  Why isn't it on the list and why didn't I get a bounty?  I did work hard on it.

http://youtu.be/5bOxZuQ5uSU
Likewise: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nh_k30WtUzk Keeping faith in the team! Smiley
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March 01, 2014, 04:49:45 AM
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I submitted my video for bounty a week ago.  It should have been video 13.  Why isn't it on the list and why didn't I get a bounty?  I did work hard on it.

http://youtu.be/5bOxZuQ5uSU

Bounties are being distributed through the Rubycoin subreddit. Find the info and link in the OP.

Thank you for the info  Kiss
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March 01, 2014, 05:01:01 AM
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Massive buy wall at 0.00000021
Is this indicative of a massive sell order?

There is not near enough volume on cryptorush to dump a large amount.
Help a newbie out here.... I dont quite understand this. Volume is made up of transactions, buy/sells. Dumping a large amount creates the volume... volume isnt required before hand? If a huge sell order was place at a specified price, then until all those orders are filled, the price wont move. Im not a member of that exchange so I havent looked at the pending orders/depth.

He is just another FUD-mongerer apparently because I looked on cryptorush and the "massive buy wall" he is referring to is just an order someone placed for about 1mil rubies at 21 satoshis each. That is just someone hoping to gradually pick up rubies cheap whenever the market drops while no one is paying attention but I seriously doubt it will ever hit 21 satoshis.

You see this on EVERY NEW COIN, a few speculators put up massive buy orders at absurdly low prices (commonly 1 satoshi or 5 satoshis) and just leave them sitting there in the hopes that they will pick up some coins for next to nothing whenever the market gets rocky.
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March 01, 2014, 07:27:39 AM
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RubyCoin prices continue the downward spiral as the coin near its death.

If you look in the right places, the coin actually seems pretty lively.  Wink

We didn't get bounties for the article we wrote about RubyCoin scam
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March 01, 2014, 08:36:02 AM
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(1) Waited for 2 days: still no bounty received

(2) They didn't pay and said I am a scammer?  Grin Man you should at least check my address Rp3pqzLtuhK41638BHLkkeS5oM2KJVgXvP in those 3 explorer before saying this. It's like you don't know how block explorer is functioning  Grin  Be careful when you said your supporter is a scammer  Cry Huh Angry

You know Dev or Admin or Ruby helper etc. you really make me disappointed.

You have plenty of premine but don't want to pay my little bounty?

You have time to update OP and delete my works but never consider paying me?

I will dump all I've mined as you didn't keep your words and deleted my works  Angry

My work: http://bitgo.pw:3732/chain/Rubycoin

Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/rubycoin/comments/1yxcd6/want_a_bounty_submit_your_work_for_consideration/cfp2w26



First of all: As far as I know you were paid your bounty last night. Second of all: I do not pay the bounties, I just evaluate and make recommendations.

Looks like you're the one who's the scammer. Way to run off with the coins and to take down your work after they were sent.  
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March 01, 2014, 08:52:22 AM
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March 01, 2014, 12:42:23 PM
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(1) Waited for 2 days: still no bounty received

(2) They didn't pay and said I am a scammer?  Grin Man you should at least check my address Rp3pqzLtuhK41638BHLkkeS5oM2KJVgXvP in those 3 explorer before saying this. It's like you don't know how block explorer is functioning  Grin  Be careful when you said your supporter is a scammer  Cry Huh Angry

You know Dev or Admin or Ruby helper etc. you really make me disappointed.

You have plenty of premine but don't want to pay my little bounty?

You have time to update OP and delete my works but never consider paying me?

I will dump all I've mined as you didn't keep your words and deleted my works  Angry

My work: http://bitgo.pw:3732/chain/Rubycoin

Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/rubycoin/comments/1yxcd6/want_a_bounty_submit_your_work_for_consideration/cfp2w26



First of all: As far as I know you were paid your bounty last night. Second of all: I do not pay the bounties, I just evaluate and make recommendations.

Looks like you're the one who's the scammer. Way to run off with the coins and to take down your work after they were sent.  

Well, at any rate, you took your block explorer offline. As far as I'm concerned this disqualifies you for a bounty. Waiting a few days for payment is not unreasonable. This is the real world where people have jobs to do. Grow up.

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March 01, 2014, 02:21:26 PM
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come on guys, settle this already. you're all grown ups.
i'dd say one third bounty and the rest after putting it up again?
please not another page of this...

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March 01, 2014, 02:24:29 PM
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come on guys, settle this already.
i'dd say one third bounty and the rest after putting it up again?

I'd certainly consider that. However, we're looking for people who not only create professional level product, but people who behave in a professional manner. I'm just severely unimpressed over this temper tantrum and don't feel that behavior should be rewarded or re-enforced. In all honesty I'll have to see how he replies, and give it some thought.

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March 01, 2014, 02:37:32 PM
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(1) Waited for 2 days: still no bounty received

(2) They didn't pay and said I am a scammer?  Grin Man you should at least check my address Rp3pqzLtuhK41638BHLkkeS5oM2KJVgXvP in those 3 explorer before saying this. It's like you don't know how block explorer is functioning  Grin  Be careful when you said your supporter is a scammer  Cry Huh Angry

You know Dev or Admin or Ruby helper etc. you really make me disappointed.

You have plenty of premine but don't want to pay my little bounty?

You have time to update OP and delete my works but never consider paying me?

I will dump all I've mined as you didn't keep your words and deleted my works  Angry

My work: http://bitgo.pw:3732/chain/Rubycoin

Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/rubycoin/comments/1yxcd6/want_a_bounty_submit_your_work_for_consideration/cfp2w26



First of all: As far as I know you were paid your bounty last night. Second of all: I do not pay the bounties, I just evaluate and make recommendations.

Looks like you're the one who's the scammer. Way to run off with the coins and to take down your work after they were sent.  

Well, at any rate, you took your block explorer offline. As far as I'm concerned this disqualifies you for a bounty. Waiting a few days for payment is not unreasonable. This is the real world where people have jobs to do. Grow up.

So you finally start to find another excuse?

Last time you said you paid it already but someone point out it's not according to explorer record
http://explorer.rubycoin.org/address/Rp3pqzLtuhK41638BHLkkeS5oM2KJVgXvP

My explorer is online from day 1 to now.

You are not doing good PR and have no common sense in how cryptocurrency works.

Don't think other people are as childish as you. Good luck with your huge premined but no bounty coin.

Good luck! It's my fault to waste time on this coin.
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March 01, 2014, 02:54:53 PM
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(1) Waited for 2 days: still no bounty received

(2) They didn't pay and said I am a scammer?  Grin Man you should at least check my address Rp3pqzLtuhK41638BHLkkeS5oM2KJVgXvP in those 3 explorer before saying this. It's like you don't know how block explorer is functioning  Grin  Be careful when you said your supporter is a scammer  Cry Huh Angry

You know Dev or Admin or Ruby helper etc. you really make me disappointed.

You have plenty of premine but don't want to pay my little bounty?

You have time to update OP and delete my works but never consider paying me?

I will dump all I've mined as you didn't keep your words and deleted my works  Angry

My work: http://bitgo.pw:3732/chain/Rubycoin

Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/rubycoin/comments/1yxcd6/want_a_bounty_submit_your_work_for_consideration/cfp2w26



First of all: As far as I know you were paid your bounty last night. Second of all: I do not pay the bounties, I just evaluate and make recommendations.

Looks like you're the one who's the scammer. Way to run off with the coins and to take down your work after they were sent.  

Well, at any rate, you took your block explorer offline. As far as I'm concerned this disqualifies you for a bounty. Waiting a few days for payment is not unreasonable. This is the real world where people have jobs to do. Grow up.

So you finally start to find another excuse?

Last time you said you paid it already but someone point out it's not according to explorer record
http://explorer.rubycoin.org/address/Rp3pqzLtuhK41638BHLkkeS5oM2KJVgXvP

My explorer is online from day 1 to now.

You are not doing good PR and have no common sense in how cryptocurrency works.

Don't think other people are as childish as you. Good luck with your huge premined but no bounty coin.

Good luck! It's my fault to waste time on this coin.

See, what I find so unprofessional about this, is you want me to accept your behavior here...  yet there is no willingness to behave with politeness on your behalf. You assumed we were trying to rip you off and said so publicly, rather than attempting to make contact with me privately as every other bounty worker has. I've been bombarded by requests like yours for the last 3 days, there are even some people I haven't managed to reply to yet. They have not behaved like this. And they will get their bounty.

Many other people have received their bounties, you had no reason to assume we were trying to rip you off. You've damaged the brand of Ruby as far as I'm concerned, and I won't risk it being damaged by you any further. Unless your behavior turns around immediately, there will be no bounty for you.

Edit: To be clear. For you to re-qualify for a bounty, we will need the following from you posted in this thread:

1. A commitment to keep your block explorer online for a minimum period of 1 year.
2. A change in your behavior.

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March 01, 2014, 03:55:56 PM
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Got my first bounty payment, thanks guys :-)
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March 01, 2014, 04:06:48 PM
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Noob Question: I was looking across several Ruby mining pools (no names!) and on one pool, a hash rate yields 1,800 coins per day and on the other pool, the same hash rate yield 180 coins per day. Why the discrepancy? Also, whilst on this subject, many mining pools quote the equivalent BTC/day...which never really seems to tally...is this to be taken with a pinch of salt?
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