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February 19, 2014, 11:22:53 PM
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Scryptominers has likely forked. It is showing its own hashrate as the entire network. Abandon ship.

fork alert.  

blocks still matching up, i think someone is reporting traffic wrong.
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February 19, 2014, 11:23:56 PM
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We're forked?

ScryptoMiners: 795 MH/s
WeMineCrypto: 345 MH/s
HashRapid: 350 MH/s

Wallet says total Network hash: 850 MH/s

Scryptominers has likely forked. It is showing its own hashrate as the entire network. Abandon ship.

Look at the blocks found, not seeing any overlap.  I think a pool is overreporting their hashrate though.

Stop the silly statements. Scrypto is a bitch for raising pool fee but his pool is setup correctly. Net hash rate reporting functions outside of block chain etc. Net hash can report incorrectly while everything else is working. If you want to check for forks you can references the block explorer, your wallet, and the pools.

What silly statement?  I said the blocks don't show any duplication indicating no fork.

edit: and now the networkhashps appears to be 1.2 gh/s, seems like its not calculating fast enough or correctly.
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February 19, 2014, 11:24:27 PM
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Scryptominers has likely forked. It is showing its own hashrate as the entire network. Abandon ship.

fork alert.  

FORGET ABOUT FORKING. JOIN THE BEST P2POOL Cheesy

ARE YOU TIRED OF POOL DISCONNECTS?
SICK OF WAITING FOR CONFIRMATION EMAILS?
THEN COME JOIN THE 100% WORKING NO FUSS P2POOL with 1% fee
Altcryptomining.com presents

http://107.170.35.84:9772

GUARANTEED WORKING

SAMPLE CONFIGURATION: cgminer --scrypt -o 107.170.35.84:9772 -u (your RBBT wallet address) -p (anything you like)

LETS MAKE SOME RBBT

URL AND FRONT END COMING SOON. Statistics are 100% working

I will join to P2PPOOL!!
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February 19, 2014, 11:24:44 PM
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Scryptominers has likely forked. It is showing its own hashrate as the entire network. Abandon ship.

fork alert.  

blocks still matching up, i think someone is reporting traffic wrong.

nethashrate is ~1.2GH

nope
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February 19, 2014, 11:25:52 PM
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Quit crying about a 1% fee increase.  At least he is trying to be proactive and get a few of you whiners to jump ship so it evens the load out more.
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February 19, 2014, 11:27:49 PM
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Please people can anyone send me invitation for http://rbbt.scryptominers.com/index.php   send to
lidnicav38@outlook.com

please ?  Sad

It is all good
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February 19, 2014, 11:28:52 PM
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Please people can anyone send me invitation for http://rbbt.scryptominers.com/index.php   send to
lidnicav38@outlook.com

please ?  Sad

Use http://rbbt.weminecrypto.pw
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February 19, 2014, 11:29:05 PM
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Want to by more rbbt. Up to 50mln @2satoshi each coin. Sorry but u send first. Fell free to PM me. Trusted trader
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February 19, 2014, 11:29:40 PM
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WTB 50M / 3 satoshis
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February 19, 2014, 11:30:50 PM
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WTB 1M @ 3.5 satoshi
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February 19, 2014, 11:31:07 PM
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We're forked?

ScryptoMiners: 795 MH/s
WeMineCrypto: 345 MH/s
HashRapid: 350 MH/s

Wallet says total Network hash: 850 MH/s

Scryptominers has likely forked. It is showing its own hashrate as the entire network. Abandon ship.

Look at the blocks found, not seeing any overlap.  I think a pool is overreporting their hashrate though.

Stop the silly statements. Scrypto is a bitch for raising pool fee but his pool is setup correctly. Net hash rate reporting functions outside of block chain etc. Net hash can report incorrectly while everything else is working. If you want to check for forks you can references the block explorer, your wallet, and the pools.

What silly statement?  I said the blocks don't show any duplication indicating no fork.

edit: and now the networkhashps appears to be 1.2 gh/s, seems like its not calculating fast enough or correctly.

Was talking to cryptolemaik, not you good sir.
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February 19, 2014, 11:31:55 PM
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WTB 1M=0.1BTC
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February 19, 2014, 11:35:01 PM
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WTB 1M=0.1BTC
are u crazy?
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February 19, 2014, 11:35:45 PM
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Realistic introduction price estimation?

0.00000003

hey, shall you sell me some at this rate?
I am ready to buy 1M from you right now for 0.03 BTC


PS: I sugges using trading thread for this stuff:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475530.0

BTC: 1EDHNA8rSbsbuddv86kjJVGsTFCAapAwkP
CLR: CaGGJR77mt9n5WEtFfVTtghEYTeXj5xc2S
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February 19, 2014, 11:36:39 PM
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ARE YOU TIRED OF POOL DISCONNECTS?
SICK OF WAITING FOR CONFIRMATION EMAILS?
THEN COME JOIN THE 100% WORKING NO FUSS P2POOL with 1% fee
Altcryptomining.com presents

http://107.170.35.84:9772

GUARANTEED WORKING

SAMPLE CONFIGURATION: cgminer --scrypt -o 107.170.35.84:9772 -u (your RBBT wallet address) -p (anything you like)

LETS MAKE SOME RBBT

URL AND FRONT END COMING SOON. Statistics are 100% working


THANK YOU - I love P2POOLs Cheesy  Just started using them over normal ones, I love it, great to see it for Rabbit. So done with website downtimes! Thx

Yeah, P2P working fine!! Join people!
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February 19, 2014, 11:36:49 PM
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no one sells cheaper :S neither do I

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CLR: CaGGJR77mt9n5WEtFfVTtghEYTeXj5xc2S
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February 19, 2014, 11:38:04 PM
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  I will buy 10 Million for 2.5 satoshi apiece.   (0.25 for 10million)   You send first.  ( I think it's time someone developed an automated escrow service for us, don't you guys? Actually, If any of you have the skills needed for such a thing, I might be able to put up the resources)

EDIT:  I'll go as high as 3 sats each for 10 million. OR I'll buy 5 million at 3.5 satoshi.

Lots of coins in this release, and i don't think its established itself as being worth anything close to 10 apiece yet.

Here's the addy it puts it in, or else it gets the hose again...
BTC:16kWLsTvdmJL8R7dw6RqqwsRboAK8e1Dfq
or...
BTC Scrypt!  126yRe5jhtGV2UQfNZQDC1saWUtoSntfF8
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February 19, 2014, 11:40:26 PM
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hey rabbitcoin team i offer advertising on my website at a cheap rate if your interested let me know by PMing me the website is www.setinstonegaming.com

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February 19, 2014, 11:40:54 PM
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 I will buy 10 Million for 2.5 satoshi apiece.   (0.25 for 10million)   You send first.  ( I think it's time someone developed an automated escrow service for us, don't you guys? Actually, If any of you have the skills needed for such a thing, I might be able to put up the resources)
thinking about it for a long time. have some ideas... PM -> skype/jaber/icq/irc whatever.

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February 19, 2014, 11:43:35 PM
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We're forked?

ScryptoMiners: 795 MH/s
WeMineCrypto: 345 MH/s
HashRapid: 350 MH/s

Wallet says total Network hash: 850 MH/s

Scryptominers has likely forked. It is showing its own hashrate as the entire network. Abandon ship.

Look at the blocks found, not seeing any overlap.  I think a pool is overreporting their hashrate though.

Stop the silly statements. Scrypto is a bitch for raising pool fee but his pool is setup correctly. Net hash rate reporting functions outside of block chain etc. Net hash can report incorrectly while everything else is working. If you want to check for forks you can references the block explorer, your wallet, and the pools.

What silly statement?  I said the blocks don't show any duplication indicating no fork.

edit: and now the networkhashps appears to be 1.2 gh/s, seems like its not calculating fast enough or correctly.

Was talking to cryptolemaik, not you good sir.

Ah, i need to use bigger redder letters when i type :-)
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