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September 16, 2014, 04:59:14 PM
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That's pretty cool. One thing I noticed about skins is the selection is not sticky between sessions. That would be nice.

Also a question. Does the precompiled wallet need to have all the same dependencies installed on the computer simply to run as is needed to compile the same wallet from source code?

Are you referring to the Linux build? If so, I don't think it should because they are statically built...but I maybe wrong on that as far as Linux is concerned...still in the newbie phase Cheesy
Well OF COURSE I'm referring to the Linux build! What else is there? LOL!

I think it would be worthwhile for us to create some disposable virtual machines for testing and compiling, at the very least the current LTS versions of Xubuntu (12.04 and 14.04), perhaps even Debian, OpenBSD, CentOS, etc. Since Ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10 are no longer supported we can safely omit these.

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September 16, 2014, 09:40:04 PM
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Anyone reading up on using the bitcoin blockchain as Proof of Existence?

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2498077/desktop-apps/could-the-bitcoin-network-be-used-as-an-ultrasecure-notary-service-.html


Just trying to think of new ways to use bitquark too since I have 0 bitcoins and a few hundred bitquarks (about $0.50 worth so far!)




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September 17, 2014, 12:12:38 AM
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That's pretty cool. One thing I noticed about skins is the selection is not sticky between sessions. That would be nice.

Also a question. Does the precompiled wallet need to have all the same dependencies installed on the computer simply to run as is needed to compile the same wallet from source code?

Are you referring to the Linux build? If so, I don't think it should because they are statically built...but I maybe wrong on that as far as Linux is concerned...still in the newbie phase Cheesy
Well OF COURSE I'm referring to the Linux build! What else is there? LOL!

I think it would be worthwhile for us to create some disposable virtual machines for testing and compiling, at the very least the current LTS versions of Xubuntu (12.04 and 14.04), perhaps even Debian, OpenBSD, CentOS, etc. Since Ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10 are no longer supported we can safely omit these.

Haha remember I'm a Windows Generation Kid lol....I took a class on Linux a few years back in college, so I'm still learning Wink

I will build a VM and install a fresh copy of 14.04 and see if I need the deps pre-installed or not and report back to you guys Smiley

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September 17, 2014, 12:17:50 AM
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Anyone reading up on using the bitcoin blockchain as Proof of Existence?

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2498077/desktop-apps/could-the-bitcoin-network-be-used-as-an-ultrasecure-notary-service-.html


Just trying to think of new ways to use bitquark too since I have 0 bitcoins and a few hundred bitquarks (about $0.50 worth so far!)


I have a great idea for the blockchain size problem, but it's beyond my skill level. If I can find another dev to come on board that knows more about C++ and the blockchain functionality, then the future blockchain issue will be solved forever. I'm not going to say right out what my idea is, but it will shrink the blockchain size down to approx. 20% of the current size!!! It would be smaller than it's current size and remain with in 10% - 15% of that size for forever! Wink

Mr.B!, what's your BTQ address??

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September 17, 2014, 07:54:46 PM
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I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

BTC: 1VenusEubcLC9W7ykckHbdEzo5MVhPmCb
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September 17, 2014, 07:58:23 PM
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I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

I think you might be right about that! I forgot all about QEX!!! Great time to buy if they want to dump!

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September 17, 2014, 08:00:20 PM
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Also let me mention that if you mine on the official BTQ pool @ http://pool.bitquark.info you will receive a 2% bonus on your mining and of course 0% mining fee!!!! Smiley

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September 17, 2014, 08:09:17 PM
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Just registered like twenty minutes ago! haha

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sgminer 5.0 still loads into 4.2.2 when i run it. Im using a radeon 5850.

I tried with and without "--difficulty-multiplier 256". I apparently still need it when using 5.0 otherwise it shows an outrageous hashrate for me.

BTC: 1VenusEubcLC9W7ykckHbdEzo5MVhPmCb
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September 18, 2014, 12:07:42 AM
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Just registered like twenty minutes ago! haha

EDIT:
sgminer 5.0 still loads into 4.2.2 when i run it. Im using a radeon 5850.

I tried with and without "--difficulty-multiplier 256". I apparently still need it when using 5.0 otherwise it shows an outrageous hashrate for me.

I will look and see if I can find a resolution for this issue...thanks for the update!

QUESTION: What can we do to get more support for BTQ?? I really would like to get some of the Quarkcoin people on board.

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September 18, 2014, 01:06:07 AM
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I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

I think you might be right about that! I forgot all about QEX!!! Great time to buy if they want to dump!
Where are they selling?

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September 18, 2014, 02:11:15 AM
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I just upped the mining incentive bonus from 2% to 5%!!!! Thanks everyone and keep on mining BTQ!!!

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September 18, 2014, 02:11:51 AM
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I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

I think you might be right about that! I forgot all about QEX!!! Great time to buy if they want to dump!
Where are they selling?

Selling at low prices on C-Cex

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September 18, 2014, 02:35:41 AM
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Hello,
Favorite coin is BTQ from the beginning, I like the DEV active

It is cheers for good work effort of the market opening of the recently

It is regrettable that there is no lively BTQ while having a DEV active

Suggestions:
I want a feature that allows you to search directly Block Explorer in the client GUI

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There is a movement and supernet, but something like this would you like?
http://thesupernet.org/

It is not sorry in clumsy English
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September 18, 2014, 02:48:34 AM
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Hello,
Favorite coin is BTQ from the beginning, I like the DEV active

It is cheers for good work effort of the market opening of the recently

It is regrettable that there is no lively BTQ while having a DEV active

Suggestions:
I want a feature that allows you to search directly Block Explorer in the client GUI

PS,
There is a movement and supernet, but something like this would you like?
http://thesupernet.org/

It is not sorry in clumsy English

I might have to look into SuperNet Smiley

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September 18, 2014, 02:49:09 AM
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For the next 24 (starting @ 11PM EST) hours I'm running a promo 'Find a Block, Get a Block'. Signup and start mining BTQ at http://pool.bitquark.info

UPDATE:  Since the pool was down for several hours, the 'Find a Block, Get a Block' promo will be extended for an extra 8 hrs. So the promo will end 9/19/2014 @ 7:00 AM EST.

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September 19, 2014, 01:31:19 AM
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Just got an email from UTXnet.com and here's what it said:
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I'd like to let you know per the request of users of UTX (utxnet.com) #UTX, we will be adding Bitquark to the currencies we are offering our users. We are a ripple gateway in Beta testing offering a safe,secure and reliable gateway onto the Ripple network. UTX will start offering Bitquark support onto Ripple starting this Saturday 20th.

So this is pretty awesome! Smiley

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September 19, 2014, 02:39:21 AM
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That's awesome, but we still need a bigger user base for bitquark.  Comkort gets no volume and c-cex is only getting a little.  We need to tell more people about it. 

I created a usb wallet for my wife and we're planning on selling "services" to each other for bitquark.  Hey, it's a start.

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September 19, 2014, 02:43:11 AM
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That's awesome, but we still need a bigger user base for bitquark.  Comkort gets no volume and c-cex is only getting a little.  We need to tell more people about it. 

I created a usb wallet for my wife and we're planning on selling "services" to each other for bitquark.  Hey, it's a start.

This is true! It looks like we've picked up a couple new miners by offering the 'Find a Block, Get a Block' promo at the pool. What are some other things that we could do to bring in more people? Just post idea's and we will see what we can get done! Smiley

Haha "services" huh...that's pretty kool there lol

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September 19, 2014, 08:25:48 PM
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I created a usb wallet for my wife and we're planning on selling "services" to each other for bitquark.  Hey, it's a start.



Haha "services" huh...that's pretty kool there lol

While craigslist and backpage may still have an adult "services" ad section, we've decided to leave that category out of the crypto flea market ads you can place.

Although, if hookers started accepting litecoins and bitquark I think you might see the market cap skyrocket!
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September 19, 2014, 08:35:37 PM
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Well we still have Bitcoin Bella who strips for bits lol >>> http://www.nakedbits.com

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