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May 11, 2015, 11:21:03 AM
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scam rom equalpumps - dont be manipulated. get out of this.
why do you pick that dick back in your mouth and and shut the fuck up.
go back to your shitty cave, crawl back in and take the ass pounding you deserve.

***as reminder to all that kingscrown is one of the FUD'ers on bitcointalk shit talking about coins he isn't involved with to try and advertise for his shitty coin which none wants. I suggest just clicking ignore next to his name.
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May 11, 2015, 12:52:38 PM
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Just don't quote these losers  Wink
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Feeling lucky? Head on over to https://www.absolutebit.com for Rubycoin Scratch Tickets. Users can receive 10 free Rubycoin at a time to play with. AbsoluteBit is 100% provably fair, withdraws are automatic and nearly instant, deposits are playable after 10 confirmations. Creating an account is fast, just pick a username. Low 1.9% house edge!
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May 12, 2015, 11:28:24 PM
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Feeling lucky? Head on over to https://www.absolutebit.com for Rubycoin Scratch Tickets. Users can receive 10 free Rubycoin at a time to play with. AbsoluteBit is 100% provably fair, withdraws are automatic and nearly instant, deposits are playable after 10 confirmations. Creating an account is fast, just pick a username. Low 1.9% house edge!

Everybody check it out, was well worth the time I have spent playing it.  That win sound you just can't get enough of hearing it!!!

First day I had a 33k almost 34k ruby profit from it, try your luck and have fun while doing it!
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May 20, 2015, 01:29:15 AM
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Huh? I swaped my Ruby at the end of last year on Bittrex, I downloaded to the 2.0 wallet, and to this day no coins via staking. the block chain is up to date, the reservebalance is false, so no drama there.  Any suggestions?

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May 20, 2015, 05:48:36 AM
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I downloaded to the 2.0 wallet, and to this day no coins via staking. the block chain is up to date, the reserve balance is false, so no drama there.  Any suggestions?

Help > Debug Window > Console > "getstakinginfo"

Do you see "enabled" : true, "staking" : true along with a non-zero "weight"?
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May 20, 2015, 10:51:27 AM
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I downloaded to the 2.0 wallet, and to this day no coins via staking. the block chain is up to date, the reserve balance is false, so no drama there.  Any suggestions?

Help > Debug Window > Console > "getstakinginfo"

Do you see "enabled" : true, "staking" : true along with a non-zero "weight"?

This is what I've got:

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{
"enabled" : true,
"staking" : true,
"errors" : "",
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 502371.07030898,
"search-interval" : 16,
"weight" : 36131358532,
"netstakeweight" : 447029428083164,
"expectedtime" : 1113510
}

Any help would be appreciated.

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May 20, 2015, 01:31:01 PM
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Is there any possibility to integrate Traderdaddy to Rubycoin wallet or let it communicate with wallet? That way you could help network as more wallets would be securing the network.
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May 20, 2015, 10:47:04 PM
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I downloaded to the 2.0 wallet, and to this day no coins via staking. the block chain is up to date, the reserve balance is false, so no drama there.  Any suggestions?

Help > Debug Window > Console > "getstakinginfo"

Do you see "enabled" : true, "staking" : true along with a non-zero "weight"?

This is what I've got:

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{
"enabled" : true,
"staking" : true,
"errors" : "",
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 502371.07030898,
"search-interval" : 16,
"weight" : 36131358532,
"netstakeweight" : 447029428083164,
"expectedtime" : 1113510
}

Any help would be appreciated.

It appears to be working. You can hover over the lightning bolt in the lower left corner to get an estimate. Increasing the amount of Rubycoin in your wallet will provide more consistent and frequent staking.


Is there any possibility to integrate Traderdaddy to Rubycoin wallet or let it communicate with wallet? That way you could help network as more wallets would be securing the network.

Thanks for the feedback! That feature is a top priority.
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May 27, 2015, 11:57:39 AM
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Is there any possibility to integrate Traderdaddy to Rubycoin wallet or let it communicate with wallet? That way you could help network as more wallets would be securing the network.

Thanks for the feedback! That feature is a top priority.

Even allowing it to connect to the wallet on via RPC to localhost would be cool, that way we can keep our RBY in our wallets not on bittrex/poloniex.

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May 31, 2015, 11:24:34 AM
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TraderDaddy v0.1.4 (2015-05-31)

Features:
- Market ladders
- New layout / design
- Improved trading logic
- Separate budget for each exchange
- Separate risk tolerance for each exchange

Downloads

https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.4/traderdaddy-v0.1.4-osx.zip
https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.4/traderdaddy-v0.1.4-win.zip
https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.4/traderdaddy-v0.1.4-linux.zip

Market ladders greatly increase the number of orders used in each market. Budget stays the same, just split into smaller pieces. Up to 18 orders per market will be placed– 9 buys and 9 sells. Market ladders require 50k RBY for use.
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June 02, 2015, 05:36:20 AM
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TraderDaddy v0.1.4 (2015-05-31)

Features:
- Market ladders
- New layout / design
- Improved trading logic
- Separate budget for each exchange
- Separate risk tolerance for each exchange

Downloads

https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.4/traderdaddy-v0.1.4-osx.zip
https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.4/traderdaddy-v0.1.4-win.zip
https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.4/traderdaddy-v0.1.4-linux.zip

Market ladders greatly increase the number of orders used in each market. Budget stays the same, just split into smaller pieces. Up to 18 orders per market will be placed– 9 buys and 9 sells. Market ladders require 50k RBY for use.


Awesome! When will you be adding new markets?

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June 02, 2015, 11:03:08 AM
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Awesome! When will you be adding new markets?

I figured out a secure way to allow staking while using TraderDaddy (through message signing via RPC) which means earning interest, while also helping to secure & support the network. Users won't have to needlessly store their coins on Bittrex/Poloniex either. I'm thinking this should be given priority before adding a new exchange.

Initially, I was going to add Cryptsy before getting to BTC/USD exchanges. However, despite the fact we have been under active development for more than a year and are one of the few cryptocurrency with a legitimate use, they have still not added us. The plan was to add them to TraderDaddy and hope they returned the favor.

After thinking about it for a while, it seems the better plan would be adding a BTC/USD exchange with a large userbase and volume, which is less of a shot in the dark, and could drive quite a bit of demand. As demand increases, the price should as well, making staking more attractive and profitable.

I'm open to any suggestions or feedback. I'd also like to hear any thoughts about which BTC/USD exchange should be added first.
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June 02, 2015, 02:07:19 PM
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Somebody please fill me in

what is going on with the project so far?

Right now the focus is on TraderDaddy I think.
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June 02, 2015, 11:33:58 PM
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Good job rby. Im am glad I hold all my coins from the start of this coin. I think we will be great.
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June 03, 2015, 12:27:42 AM
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Awesome! When will you be adding new markets?

I figured out a secure way to allow staking while using TraderDaddy (through message signing via RPC) which means earning interest, while also helping to secure & support the network. Users won't have to needlessly store their coins on Bittrex/Poloniex either. I'm thinking this should be given priority before adding a new exchange.

Initially, I was going to add Cryptsy before getting to BTC/USD exchanges. However, despite the fact we have been under active development for more than a year and are one of the few cryptocurrency with a legitimate use, they have still not added us. The plan was to add them to TraderDaddy and hope they returned the favor.

After thinking about it for a while, it seems the better plan would be adding a BTC/USD exchange with a large userbase and volume, which is less of a shot in the dark, and could drive quite a bit of demand. As demand increases, the price should as well, making staking more attractive and profitable.

I'm open to any suggestions or feedback. I'd also like to hear any thoughts about which BTC/USD exchange should be added first.

I just like the volume on cryptsy so feel the bot would work great there! Continue on plan sounds great!

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June 03, 2015, 02:46:04 AM
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Awesome! When will you be adding new markets?

I figured out a secure way to allow staking while using TraderDaddy (through message signing via RPC) which means earning interest, while also helping to secure & support the network. Users won't have to needlessly store their coins on Bittrex/Poloniex either. I'm thinking this should be given priority before adding a new exchange.

Initially, I was going to add Cryptsy before getting to BTC/USD exchanges. However, despite the fact we have been under active development for more than a year and are one of the few cryptocurrency with a legitimate use, they have still not added us. The plan was to add them to TraderDaddy and hope they returned the favor.

After thinking about it for a while, it seems the better plan would be adding a BTC/USD exchange with a large userbase and volume, which is less of a shot in the dark, and could drive quite a bit of demand. As demand increases, the price should as well, making staking more attractive and profitable.

I'm open to any suggestions or feedback. I'd also like to hear any thoughts about which BTC/USD exchange should be added first.

I just like the volume on cryptsy so feel the bot would work great there! Continue on plan sounds great!

I think everyone agrees that adding Cryptsy to the bot would be a great feature, but there has to be some give and take from both ends of the spectrum. The bot will provide quite a bit of volume for Cryptsy, but for the time being there is no guarantee that RBY would be added to the exchange.
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June 03, 2015, 02:48:29 AM
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Awesome! When will you be adding new markets?

I figured out a secure way to allow staking while using TraderDaddy (through message signing via RPC) which means earning interest, while also helping to secure & support the network. Users won't have to needlessly store their coins on Bittrex/Poloniex either. I'm thinking this should be given priority before adding a new exchange.

Initially, I was going to add Cryptsy before getting to BTC/USD exchanges. However, despite the fact we have been under active development for more than a year and are one of the few cryptocurrency with a legitimate use, they have still not added us. The plan was to add them to TraderDaddy and hope they returned the favor.

After thinking about it for a while, it seems the better plan would be adding a BTC/USD exchange with a large userbase and volume, which is less of a shot in the dark, and could drive quite a bit of demand. As demand increases, the price should as well, making staking more attractive and profitable.

I'm open to any suggestions or feedback. I'd also like to hear any thoughts about which BTC/USD exchange should be added first.

I just like the volume on cryptsy so feel the bot would work great there! Continue on plan sounds great!

I think everyone agrees that adding Cryptsy to the bot would be a great feature, but there has to be some give and take from both ends of the spectrum. The bot will provide quite a bit of volume for Cryptsy, but for the time being there is no guarantee that RBY would be added to the exchange.

Have we approached cryptsy?

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June 03, 2015, 02:52:26 AM
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Awesome! When will you be adding new markets?

I figured out a secure way to allow staking while using TraderDaddy (through message signing via RPC) which means earning interest, while also helping to secure & support the network. Users won't have to needlessly store their coins on Bittrex/Poloniex either. I'm thinking this should be given priority before adding a new exchange.

Initially, I was going to add Cryptsy before getting to BTC/USD exchanges. However, despite the fact we have been under active development for more than a year and are one of the few cryptocurrency with a legitimate use, they have still not added us. The plan was to add them to TraderDaddy and hope they returned the favor.

After thinking about it for a while, it seems the better plan would be adding a BTC/USD exchange with a large userbase and volume, which is less of a shot in the dark, and could drive quite a bit of demand. As demand increases, the price should as well, making staking more attractive and profitable.

I'm open to any suggestions or feedback. I'd also like to hear any thoughts about which BTC/USD exchange should be added first.

I just like the volume on cryptsy so feel the bot would work great there! Continue on plan sounds great!

I think everyone agrees that adding Cryptsy to the bot would be a great feature, but there has to be some give and take from both ends of the spectrum. The bot will provide quite a bit of volume for Cryptsy, but for the time being there is no guarantee that RBY would be added to the exchange.

Have we approached cryptsy?

I'm pretty sure the dev has, but I'm sure the more they hear of community demand/support the more it influences their decision.
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June 03, 2015, 08:09:52 AM
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TraderDaddy v0.1.5 (2015-06-03)

Bugfixes:
- Missing dashboard on/off switch in some situations
- Poloniex risk tolerance
- Stability improvements
- Changing budget

Downloads

https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.5/traderdaddy-v0.1.5-osx.zip
https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.5/traderdaddy-v0.1.5-win.zip
https://github.com/rubycoinorg/traderdaddy/releases/download/v0.1.5/traderdaddy-v0.1.5-linux.zip
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