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April 20, 2017, 07:33:01 AM
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like it and hold it, coding in this coin is very solid, glad to see developer engaged!

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April 20, 2017, 10:33:14 AM
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Unfortunately this is correct, there is a reason the average person prefers online wallets.  Its just more convenient and less hassle for them to manage 'in the cloud' then be sure of themselves handling the files.

Blackhalo has a pretty foolproof way of storing a wallet. It works with two keys, the wallet allows you to embed these keys into jpg files which you can then email to yourself. Because you are the only one with photos are the keys you don't have to worry for some hacker compromising your email and searching for a wallet.dat in your attachments. Combine that with gmail's authentication security and you got a pretty idiotproof way of keeping your wallet safe. 

Cold storage is still more secure but to many people the risk is in losing the physical medium they stored the keys on. You won't lose your email in a house fire. 

Now what I think any crypto wallet needs, is multiple layers of security: 

Moving ALL coins: 3 keys 
Moving 1000 coins: 2 keys
Moving 500 coins: 1 keys
Moving 100 coins: No key   
(Coin amounts set at user's own discretion) 

This gives people the security against complete robbery but also the convenience of online wallets. If a hacker find your wallet he'll basically get the 100 coins for free but the rest stays. The more coins you want to move the more keys you need.   

Secondly, for even more convenience the amount of POSSIBLE keys could be more than 3. A person could hold, say, 6 keys and in order to move the coins you'd need 3 out of 6 keys (Or whatever ratio they want to set). This protects users against losing one key and being locked out of their entire wallet. Having the other keys available allows the user to either create a new key (not safe if that person doesn't know where the key ended up, but perfectly safe if the key got lost in a flood or in a house fire), or just start an entirely new wallet from scratch. 

This seems like something Zimbeck is capable of doing (if he has the time). And it gives a much needed flexibility between convenience and security.

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April 20, 2017, 10:34:33 AM
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April 20, 2017, 01:04:59 PM
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like it and hold it.hope The price rises


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April 20, 2017, 03:04:02 PM
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wow blk Grin

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Hello, I have a few suggestions to make.

As most of you know, when Satoshi published his whitepaper, a handful of people got really interested into this magic internet money idea.
BLK's case isn't different.

Main developer/creator is kind of busy with his real life, so it's normal there's not much excitement in general. This doesn't mean the coin is "dead" or not being developed.

I've been spending some time on BLK Slack and I've met a lot of wonderful people, who have coding skills and invest their time into this open source project.
For the ones who've done open source, you know how non profitable it can be. Being a beggar on the street is much more profitable.

So, if you're interested to support this open source project, what I'd like to suggest is:

  • Encourage people to test BLK, they've got nothing to lose, except download a 3+ year old chain. (zing.)
  • Reward the ones who contribute code. There's 76M coins in circulation, I'm sure most of us wouldn't mind to buy a coffee for a friend.
  • If the community wants to see "BLK" succeeding, rebrand to a better name. (see: DRK/DASH case.)
  • Since most of altcoins are being announced on this specific forum, keep this topic active. More people will get involved.
  • If you believe in this coin or just want to make a quick flip, support it by wearing a signature/avatar/title which promotes either the site, or this topic
  • Use 1 application/website to gather interested parties. Don't divide. Unite.
  • Productive minds think alike. Make a "round table" chatroom only with people who contribute in any way. People who're factors in this project. The ones who do and the ones who say aren't sharing the same views. Detox.

This coin has a very big potential to run towards top 20 market cap position.


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April 24, 2017, 06:37:04 PM
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Guess I need to start buying more.Lol this coin has never failed.even on that graph its still good for me, as we used to say in the army GO GO GO tHANKS Mexicantarget for posting this.  Wink I will be making a small buy on cryptopia I am kinda short on BTC right now but I can't think of a better coin to buy right now.

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I love how my server basically pays for it's own electricity due to staking, while also providing many more vms.
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April 24, 2017, 06:50:28 PM
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I love how my server basically pays for it's own electricity due to staking, while also providing many more vms.

That's what its all about sorta good coins pay for themselves and then some.

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April 25, 2017, 02:52:50 AM
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Hello, I have a few suggestions to make.

As most of you know, when Satoshi published his whitepaper, a handful of people got really interested into this magic internet money idea.
BLK's case isn't different.

Main developer/creator is kind of busy with his real life, so it's normal there's not much excitement in general. This doesn't mean the coin is "dead" or not being developed.

I've been spending some time on BLK Slack and I've met a lot of wonderful people, who have coding skills and invest their time into this open source project.
For the ones who've done open source, you know how non profitable it can be. Being a beggar on the street is much more profitable.

So, if you're interested to support this open source project, what I'd like to suggest is:

  • Encourage people to test BLK, they've got nothing to lose, except download a 3+ year old chain. (zing.)
  • Reward the ones who contribute code. There's 76M coins in circulation, I'm sure most of us wouldn't mind to buy a coffee for a friend.
  • If the community wants to see "BLK" succeeding, rebrand to a better name. (see: DRK/DASH case.)
  • Since most of altcoins are being announced on this specific forum, keep this topic active. More people will get involved.
  • If you believe in this coin or just want to make a quick flip, support it by wearing a signature/avatar/title which promotes either the site, or this topic
  • Use 1 application/website to gather interested parties. Don't divide. Unite.
  • Productive minds think alike. Make a "round table" chatroom only with people who contribute in any way. People who're factors in this project. The ones who do and the ones who say aren't sharing the same views. Detox.

This coin has a very big potential to run towards top 20 market cap position.



Something that I hope rat4 / DrDolittle understands. There is a TON of us in QQ and Slack talking about Blackcoin and trying to get something started. Rat4 / DrDolittle, we really need you back and conversing with us at least in the IRC.
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April 25, 2017, 05:00:31 AM
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Blackhalo has a pretty foolproof way of storing a wallet.

Excellent, I agree with pretty much everything you said there.   A non standardised way of storing a key in a common data type, hidden in plain sight is the perfect strategy.   Doesnt sound vulnerable to the most common forms of compromised data which is often about easily processing simple file types after compromising a system.  Just sifting through most peoples photo albums would be such an epic task it'd be too much work for most to bother with an attack.   Just a simple deterrent on that alone and I agree on gmail as 2fa and of course thats a well known standard already, great.
The layering to access amounts is exactly how it should be yea, unfortunately technology can be a threat in its convenience and efficiency when turned against the user so thats totally how it should be.  Any amount of power needs a good brake on it also.

I would draw that BLK graph different, a trend line is most significant when it meets the most points in common over time.  Could be we have broken a trend (negative) already hence a fairly strong rise.  Also that price indicated there would be seem to be resistance matching some previous highs and lows but thats just visual as of course value varies with bitcoin and dollar itself not fixed.


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April 25, 2017, 05:57:42 AM
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Yes I agree. That second spike is way more relevant than the first one. That first spike is quite meaningless as that was when BLK was coming out of it's PoW phase. It was a hike that most alt coins took right after having been formed. BLK had no ICO, no pre-mine or instamine, and yet still that mining phase was a bit too short for my liking (maybe I'm just bitter because I never got to mine it at all, I didn't know BLK existed back then). Still, out of all the PoS coins, BLK enjoyed the fairest distribution of them all.  

BLK has been incredibly low for YEARS, not a fun place to be if you like the devs, like the technology while watching other coins steal BLK's thunder. However, that's  also when traders who speculate on pure technology alone have a chance to catch up after that PoW phase.

On top of that, PoS coins WILL behave differently when they grow big. If staking starts paying your bills it becomes less interesting to dump on new-comers. What you're selling is your dividend (which is essentially what it is) which is a very stable dispersion of coins to newcomers. PoS biggest strength is that it lacks all the miner shenanigans. Something many crypto-fans have been burned on. The point of entry to participate in the network is incredibly low.  

It may also be why BLK genuinely is averse to strong hype. A wide wallet distribution is more important to a PoS coin than to a PoW coin. BLKers want to see stable staking, their point of sale may very well be never.

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Just sifting through most peoples photo albums would be such an epic task it'd be too much work for most to bother with an attack.

Yeah, back in 2014, the Cambrian explosion of alts, many people used to store their wallet in their email. There were people who were able to hack and have a script search for the .dat files that most wallets came in and simply 'harvest' them. You didn't need to know whether people held wallets in their email storage, just trawl through all the emails you have access to and sift for gold. You can't do that with jpg files because everyone has jpg files stored in their email. Especially if you don't know how many keys the Blackhalo wallet address is stored with. Doesn't have to be two, it can be more. You could even find them all and then realise that there's another key stored in a different account you aren't aware of.  

Blackhalo is a bitch to hack. And one of the wallets could even be sitting on someone's exposed drive, staking. Completely invulnerable because the keys could be manifold and anywhere.
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April 25, 2017, 09:59:17 AM
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Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?

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Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?
PayBLK exists, it's in the Android store. You still have control over your own keys.
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Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?

Blackcoin running on Bitcoin 0.12 syncs so fast Wink.
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April 25, 2017, 12:18:48 PM
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Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?
PayBLK exists, it's in the Android store. You still have control over your own keys.
Holy!

That's awesome! Does it work on desktop too? (Not talking about BlueStack desktop kind of desktop)

Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?

Blackcoin running on Bitcoin 0.12 syncs so fast Wink.
Currently I'm on 3G internet and it's kinda expensive to download apps. I'm going to download and check it out when I'm back on my desktop.
Thanks!

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Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?
PayBLK exists, it's in the Android store. You still have control over your own keys.
Holy!

That's awesome! Does it work on desktop too? (Not talking about BlueStack desktop kind of desktop)

Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?

Blackcoin running on Bitcoin 0.12 syncs so fast Wink.
Currently I'm on 3G internet and it's kinda expensive to download apps. I'm going to download and check it out when I'm back on my desktop.
Thanks!
You could use multiblack Smiley
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April 25, 2017, 01:05:27 PM
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Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?
PayBLK exists, it's in the Android store. You still have control over your own keys.
Holy!

That's awesome! Does it work on desktop too? (Not talking about BlueStack desktop kind of desktop)

Would it be possible to have a lite version of the wallet? Downloading this chain is a big heavy Smiley
Something like Electrum?

Blackcoin running on Bitcoin 0.12 syncs so fast Wink.
Currently I'm on 3G internet and it's kinda expensive to download apps. I'm going to download and check it out when I'm back on my desktop.
Thanks!
Yesh, on desktop too! https://payblk.blackcoin.io
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Yesh, on desktop too! https://payblk.blackcoin.io

Beautiful. That's the ease of access people need.

Does it require payblk's service to keep working? Is there a way to retrieve a wallet outside the app?
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