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March 28, 2014, 06:35:39 PM
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I have some basic questions, I have tried to figure out by myself but somehow I am unable to find the answer. I hope you guys are willing to help me out. first of all, how many BC are there going to be in existence? And does BC has a anti-asic feature? Thanks.

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1) just under 75 million coins

2) you can't mine BC, only buy them on the open market. so any ASIC would be a benefit as people will mine othercoins and buy BC with them

3) only 1% inflation per year. (basically deflation) means your coins are worth more over time. (btc has 10%+ inflation per year)

4)First Proof of stake only coin that doesn't fork.


4)  wasn't there a fork recently?

was a hard fork, had to be done.

ok.. well hopefully the main holders can start being more honest about things. I hold some blackcoins but things always seem kind of shady here. It would be good to know who is holding most of the coins and what their long term intentions are

there is a rich list, block explorer and everything you need on front page, enjoy, no shadiness here.

Sure there is.. It's not very difficult to divide coins among multiple wallets. I've seen a few people being dishonest so yes there is shadiness.

There is nothing shady or dishonest about having multiple wallets. No one owes it to anyone else how many coins they possess.
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March 28, 2014, 06:37:55 PM
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I have some basic questions, I have tried to figure out by myself but somehow I am unable to find the answer. I hope you guys are willing to help me out. first of all, how many BC are there going to be in existence? And does BC has a anti-asic feature? Thanks.

Cheers

1) just under 75 million coins

2) you can't mine BC, only buy them on the open market. so any ASIC would be a benefit as people will mine othercoins and buy BC with them

3) only 1% inflation per year. (basically deflation) means your coins are worth more over time. (btc has 10%+ inflation per year)

4)First Proof of stake only coin that doesn't fork.


4)  wasn't there a fork recently?

was a hard fork, had to be done.

ok.. well hopefully the main holders can start being more honest about things. I hold some blackcoins but things always seem kind of shady here. It would be good to know who is holding most of the coins and what their long term intentions are

there is a rich list, block explorer and everything you need on front page, enjoy, no shadiness here.

Sure there is.. It's not very difficult to divide coins among multiple wallets. I've seen a few people being dishonest so yes there is shadiness.

There is nothing shady or dishonest about having multiple wallets. No one owes it to anyone else how many coins they possess.

That's true but if the coin is being manipulated by one person or a small group of people it's important to know their long term intentions for the coin. If they are planning to sell a huge amount at some point the price will plummet
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March 28, 2014, 06:41:04 PM
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I have some basic questions, I have tried to figure out by myself but somehow I am unable to find the answer. I hope you guys are willing to help me out. first of all, how many BC are there going to be in existence? And does BC has a anti-asic feature? Thanks.

Cheers

1) just under 75 million coins

2) you can't mine BC, only buy them on the open market. so any ASIC would be a benefit as people will mine othercoins and buy BC with them

3) only 1% inflation per year. (basically deflation) means your coins are worth more over time. (btc has 10%+ inflation per year)

4)First Proof of stake only coin that doesn't fork.


4)  wasn't there a fork recently?

was a hard fork, had to be done.

ok.. well hopefully the main holders can start being more honest about things. I hold some blackcoins but things always seem kind of shady here. It would be good to know who is holding most of the coins and what their long term intentions are

there is a rich list, block explorer and everything you need on front page, enjoy, no shadiness here.

Sure there is.. It's not very difficult to divide coins among multiple wallets. I've seen a few people being dishonest so yes there is shadiness.

There is nothing shady or dishonest about having multiple wallets. No one owes it to anyone else how many coins they possess.

The wallet much and honest have relations?
Don't understand
Answer can be friends?
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March 28, 2014, 06:42:29 PM
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all I can say this coin has amazing future ahead even all those new from china and people dumping and panic selling this coin can recover withing minutes back to old prices there is still so much interest in buying BC

love it long time

Great ideals
With this coin is full of hope
The price to the moon
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March 28, 2014, 06:44:32 PM
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anyone have an idea why BC dropped 20% on mintpal?

BTC crash, people selling alts to cash BTC out, 120k BC dump and some panic sellers.

And the Chinese are buying up these BTC very fast on the false news that came from where? China


China? But China does have too many people
They have a huge crowd
But economic development is also good
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March 28, 2014, 06:47:42 PM
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moderndezigns still trolling here days later I see  Roll Eyes

Go back to your premined Mintcoins topic plz
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March 28, 2014, 06:56:38 PM
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It's better to make the logo look nice.

It would be nice if someone propose nicer logo  Grin

 really  nicer logo

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March 28, 2014, 07:00:36 PM
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It's interesting that over the last couple days, we've seen the BlackCoin market go from dropping along with the Bitcoin dip, to seeing it start to trend back up and almost hedge BTC. Although we have no direct route between fiat and BC, are we actually witnessing some investors shorting Bitcoin by going to BlackCoin? It's not a bad idea if you believe in the fundamentals of this currency (it's what we've done -- over the last couple days we've moved almost all our Bitcoin into cheap BlackCoin). I'm wondering if this is actually the case or what...

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March 28, 2014, 07:03:54 PM
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Although we have no direct route between fiat and BC, are we actually witnessing some investors shorting Bitcoin by going to BlackCoin?

if you count the suddenly interest of chinese ppl in this thread i would say yes!  Grin
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March 28, 2014, 07:04:51 PM
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I have some basic questions, I have tried to figure out by myself but somehow I am unable to find the answer. I hope you guys are willing to help me out. first of all, how many BC are there going to be in existence? And does BC has a anti-asic feature? Thanks.

Cheers

1) just under 75 million coins

2) you can't mine BC, only buy them on the open market. so any ASIC would be a benefit as people will mine othercoins and buy BC with them

3) only 1% inflation per year. (basically deflation) means your coins are worth more over time. (btc has 10%+ inflation per year)

4)First Proof of stake only coin that doesn't fork.


4)  wasn't there a fork recently?

was a hard fork, had to be done.

ok.. well hopefully the main holders can start being more honest about things. I hold some blackcoins but things always seem kind of shady here. It would be good to know who is holding most of the coins and what their long term intentions are

I think I speak for most top 100 by saying that we have long term intentions. There were so many ups and downs of this coin and still those addresses remained quite stable. I could cash out at any time with profit, but BC is here to stay, and we stay with BC.

The reason is mostly that this coin is very community orientated, has a sophisticated developer and is designed gain value. Looking back in the (short) altcoin history, we can see that these are the ingredients of a successful crypto project. Even if the price drops temporarily, there are rational reasons to stay confident just by looking at the technical facts.
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March 28, 2014, 07:06:48 PM
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What the fuck was that just now, seriously? I watched the price like 4 hours and nothing than bam 10 seconds and it's 6900.

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March 28, 2014, 07:08:50 PM
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What the fuck was that just now, seriously? I watched the price like 4 hours and nothing than bam 10 seconds and it's 6900.
That is what you call a pump.
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March 28, 2014, 07:14:13 PM
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wait,
wait ,
WAIT..............
Here it comes.........

TO THE MOON! Grin

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March 28, 2014, 07:19:51 PM
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What the fuck was that just now, seriously? I watched the price like 4 hours and nothing than bam 10 seconds and it's 6900.

and right back down thanks to people in a hurry to sale quick. To bad they just can wait turns and sale higher instead of undercutting each other.
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March 28, 2014, 07:35:29 PM
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Why another exchange?
We are not your usual hobby programmer hiring some people to make a "secure" exchange. We are a company of trained professionals, based in Austria.
We guarantee a level of security a single individual would not be able to.
But yet, there are various reasons why we focused our resources on this crypto exchange:

  • Security!*
  • The design is simple, not dark and also not too colorful. It was made to provide a neutral environment for maximum usability.
  • Multiple order options including (but not limited to): Fill-or-Kill, Immediate-or-Cancel and Iceberg - multiple order types can be applied!
  • Market and Limit orders (as you may know from Forex)
  • A variety of Charts to reduce the time required for monitoring and watching to a bare minimum.
  • Charts scale with the browser window-size for maximum screen-efficiency and maintaing a balanced layout.
  • No personal data is being logged, because to us your privacy is as important as your security.
  • The project is based on highly scalable software and frameworks, to ensure the qualtiy of service even with increasing user counts.
  • We'll provide the world's first crypto currency index!
  • High volume traders benefit from our VIP Account program


* The main focus of this service is the provided security. A lot of effort went into planing and testing the application, to guarantee the much-needed security. All communications between you and the servers are encrypted.
A unique but yet fast withdrawal process secures your assets way more efficient than email confirmations, making this technique obsolete.

What about the name?
Swaphole is a one-of-a-kind service, we simply do not want to be your next best exchange, and the name simply reflects that fact.

Still unsure?

You can contact us here:
support@swaphole.com

Feel free to ask any questions in the main thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=530080)

Supported coins (as of 28.03.2014)
  • Bitcoin
  • Litecoin
  • Cryptographic Anomaly
  • Dogecoin
  • Cryptogenic Bullion
  • AuroraCoin
  • Vertcoin
  • Darkcoin
  • MazaCoin
  • BlackCoin
  • BlitzCoin

Your favorite coin is not listed? Keep up voting!

Go to https://www.swaphole.com/ and vote for your coin! You can even add it if it is not listed! A little hint: You can vote for every browser session once!

for further reference:
the guys behind this are
http://www.rocklogic.at

One of the names i found is Stefan Kobrc. He also runs anomalypool.com.
They are hosting their domains with hetzner, a germany based hosting provider known for reliabilty and premium service.

Seems to be a solid base.
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March 28, 2014, 07:36:59 PM
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I cant run the wallet at the moment as it crashes.   So Im just wondering  which files I need to transfer it elsewhere, on windows


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March 28, 2014, 07:43:03 PM
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I cant run the wallet at the moment as it crashes.   So Im just wondering  which files I need to transfer it elsewhere, on windows

the files in:  C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Blackcoin    subbing in your windows account for %username%

Do you get an error message when the client starts?  If so, it may be better to start with a clean folder and ONLY keep your wallet.dat file to see if that helps resolve the issue.  Also, make sure you have the latest wallet running.

Please be sure you have backed up your wallet.dat file before trying to move any other files around or removing them!
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March 28, 2014, 07:44:47 PM
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BlackCoin Card Update

After a very productive phone call I can happily say we have jumped over the first hurdle. I will go over the key details and unfortunately there are a few details that are a bit disappointing.

1.) To have any chance of Visa/Mastercard approving this card program we will have to use very specific wording. It will not be a credit card but a rewards card (Visa/Mastercard debit card) that can be redeemed with reward points (BlackCoins). So users will still use their BlackCoins to get the cards, and they can still spend them just like any other credit card, we just wont be calling it a credit card.

2.) There are two main physical types of cards both with pros and cons.
A: A non re-loadable card you can load any amount from $5 - $900. All you will have to provide is your name and address, no other info is required. Once the card is depleted/expired you throw it away.
B: A re-loadable card you can load any amount from $5 - $3000+. You will have to provide your name, address, and social security number. The social security number is mandated by law and there is no way around it. This card is only available to United States customers.

I am selecting option A for obvious reason. No one especially me would give any new service my social security number just to get a re-loadable debit card. The option to re-load funds is great, but I think trust will have to be establish first before being able to entertain that option.

3.) As I pointed out in a previous post, the customer has to be located in the United States or Canadian to receive the card, but the card can be used anywhere in the world. So for our friends overseas you can have the card mailed to a relative/friend in the United States/Canada, and then have them mail you the card.

4.) Since my company does not own BlackCoin or the rights to the logo, I will definitely have to coordinate with rat4 to make this happen. But I do think this will be an issue.

5.) If we get approved this can be up and running in less than 60 days. I will know sometime early next week if Visa/Mastercard will even consider this before I officially file an application. After I file an application the approval process is quick since I have all the required paperwork.

Once this is up and running for several months I will revisit re-loadable cards, virtual card numbers, and expanding overseas.
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March 28, 2014, 07:45:50 PM
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C++ error line 373, which is probably os based problem not the program.   So I'll save everything there as thats the unique part, much appreciated

 
A card sounds a big deal, good job


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March 28, 2014, 07:48:23 PM
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BlackCoin Card Update

After a very productive phone call I can happily say we have jumped over the first hurdle. I will go over the key details and unfortunately there are a few details that are a bit disappointing.

1.) To have any chance of Visa/Mastercard approving this card program we will have to use very specific wording. It will not be a credit card but a rewards card (Visa/Mastercard debit card) that can be redeemed with reward points (BlackCoins). So users will still use their BlackCoins to get the cards, and they can still spend them just like any other credit card, we just wont be calling it a credit card.

2.) There are two main physical types of cards both with pros and cons.
A: A non re-loadable card you can load any amount from $5 - $900. All you will have to provide is your name and address, no other info is required. Once the card is depleted/expired you throw it away.
B: A re-loadable card you can load any amount from $5 - $3000+. You will have to provide your name, address, and social security number. The social security number is mandated by law and there is no way around it. This card is only available to United States customers.

I am selecting option A for obvious reason. No one especially me would give any new service my social security number just to get a re-loadable debit card. The option to re-load funds is great, but I think trust will have to be establish first before being able to entertain that option.

3.) As I pointed out in a previous post, the customer has to be located in the United States or Canadian to receive the card, but the card can be used anywhere in the world. So for our friends overseas you can have the card mailed to a relative/friend in the United States/Canada, and then have them mail you the card.

4.) Since my company does not own BlackCoin or the rights to the logo, I will definitely have to coordinate with rat4 to make this happen. But I do think this will be an issue.

5.) If we get approved this can be up and running in less than 60 days. I will know sometime early next week if Visa/Mastercard will even consider this before I officially file an application. After I file an application the approval process is quick since I have all the required paperwork.

Once this is up and running for several months I will revisit re-loadable cards, virtual card numbers, and expanding overseas.


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