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March 23, 2014, 03:31:15 AM
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So you say in above example my total amount of spendable coins is currently 106890.29183855 and NOT 117813.43865435 ?
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March 23, 2014, 03:34:17 AM
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So you say in above example my total amount of spendable coins is currently 106890.29183855 and NOT 117813.43865435 ?
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OK, thanks for clarification, so all those "Mined" entries in transactions aren't valid yet? How do I see the amount of spendable coins in the wallet?
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March 23, 2014, 03:44:12 AM
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So you say in above example my total amount of spendable coins is currently 106890.29183855 and NOT 117813.43865435 ?
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OK, thanks for clarification, so all those "Mined" entries in transactions aren't valid yet? How do I see the amount of spendable coins in the wallet?
OK, thanks for clarification, so all those "Mined" entries in transactions aren't valid yet?
yes they arent but it works that wen you see 200BC in stack you will get +200BC you will get part of that stack

How do I see the amount of spendable coins in the wallet?

Just try send coin to somewhere and on bottom you see how much you can send.
If you don't have coins in stake you will see full balance there.

To see full balance/with stakes i use explorer. Mayby some one know better method.
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March 23, 2014, 03:47:38 AM
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Thanks so much for those insights!

Maybe we should make an FAQ or something explaining those things in greater detail. I actually read a lot about PoS but wasn't completely aware of that.
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March 23, 2014, 04:31:03 AM
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new floor for BC is @ 4000... in span of 1 week it increases its value at least 30%.. altcoins pump dump is 50-100% or negative 50-100% risk short term.. guess im sticking with a more less risk and long term investment for this coin.

long term yields more profit than short term in all cases! welcome me for being future millionaire!  Grin

That's the way I look at it too. I don't want a "to the moon" coin unless it happens in +10000% all at once like quark did. I don't want the PnD's.

"Onward and upward!"
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March 23, 2014, 04:33:34 AM
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new floor for BC is @ 4000... in span of 1 week it increases its value at least 30%.. altcoins pump dump is 50-100% or negative 50-100% risk short term.. guess im sticking with a more less risk and long term investment for this coin.

long term yields more profit than short term in all cases! welcome me for being future millionaire!  Grin

That's the way I look at it too. I don't want a "to the moon" coin unless it happens in +10000% all at once like quark did. I don't want the PnD's.

"Onward and upward!"

i agree take as much coins off the market as possible and look at the prices in 8 months then ask yourself is it time yet?
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March 23, 2014, 04:56:29 AM
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Thanks so much for those insights!

Maybe we should make an FAQ or something explaining those things in greater detail. I actually read a lot about PoS but wasn't completely aware of that.


Absolutely. If I had the technical knowledge of PoS I would write it myself but I'm afraid I would offer more misinformation than good information at this point in my PoS experience.

I have a VPS so if I can help by hosting a Blackcoin wiki or any other such FAQ contact me.
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March 23, 2014, 06:22:01 AM
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For those not yet scared off by the last multipool

point those miners at blackcoinminer.com

You sure this pool is up? I'm getting a thank you message with a heads-up about it beeing online next week and beta-stage is over? I want in! Smiley
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March 23, 2014, 07:40:41 AM
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Up trend Smiley


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March 23, 2014, 09:42:50 AM
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Up trend Smiley




Great looking price action. 4,000 sat floor is set. Trend indicates possibly that 4,000 may not be retouched.

Buy on dips and HOLD. Trade carefully.
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March 23, 2014, 09:51:46 AM
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Blackcoin multipool is the most evil idea.. you destroyed other coin and in the end karma will revenges you guys  Tongue
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March 23, 2014, 09:57:44 AM
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no, we did not buy KarmaCoin .. Grin

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March 23, 2014, 10:22:58 AM
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Blackcoin multipool is the most evil idea.. you destroyed other coin and in the end karma will revenges you guys  Tongue

There is nothing evil about evolution.
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March 23, 2014, 10:27:52 AM
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12 btc buy.. guess no one's afraid on big sell wall now. death of whales
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March 23, 2014, 10:34:37 AM
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Blackcoin multipool is the most evil idea.. you destroyed other coin and in the end karma will revenges you guys  Tongue

Well, I suppose that the vast majority of us will burn in hell eventually. At least, I plan to get burned as millionaire ...  Tongue

My heart belongs to RieCoin (RIC), my investments to BlackCoin (BC)
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March 23, 2014, 10:51:08 AM
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we are taking off to moon , i hope you bought your ticket :DD
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March 23, 2014, 10:51:25 AM
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Blackcoin multipool is the most evil idea.. you destroyed other coin and in the end karma will revenges you guys  Tongue

There is nothing evil about evolution.

In fact to the contrary, the evolution of cryptocurrency is both desirable and necessary. It may displease some who bet big on the wrong coin, but that says nothing about what is good for the long-term viability and health of crypto. Eternalsoldier, I would suggest you are getting emotional in a misguided way, about the wrong thing. This cannot serve your own survival very well as an investor in crypto. Consider that the anatomically modern human as we know him, of which you are presumably an example, i.e., 'cro-magnon man', at one time co-existed with the Neanderthal subspecies. The latter eventually disappeared, due to one or more of the following:

Competitive replacement due to anatomical differences (affecting running ability, hunting ability, etc.)
Rapid extinction by violence
Rapid extinction by parasites and pathogens.

Anyway, if you feel that crypto is or could become a good and useful thing - let nature take its course in gradually refining and improving the product.

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March 23, 2014, 10:52:22 AM
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are the two multipools still mining or any one of them? i'm still getting shares coming through on cgminer
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March 23, 2014, 10:54:41 AM
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However I still think btc38 is an important target as well. Where are our Chinese friends? :p

A more important step is a proper marketplace for Blackcoin, or some alternative use. Anyone heard of some charitable group which accepts cryptocurrency as a donation? We can try chipping in something to contribute to charities

Hi, I am your Chinese friend, I also think btc38 is better than bter.

I don't think so, btc38 is not as good as it used to. many people are not play on btc38

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March 23, 2014, 11:03:16 AM
Last edit: March 23, 2014, 03:51:26 PM by Jabulon
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To the community:

The following commentary is not so much for you, as you already know and understand the points it makes. It is something for the general education of the populace outside crypto, so please feel free to pass it along via blogs or other social media:

A few thoughts on Digital Currency:
Perhaps some of you heard about Warren Buffett's recent dismissal of Bitcoin as 'a mirage'. Funny, my first reaction to that was that he's just too old to understand what it is and what it may imply for the future of money. Now I'm pondering whether he actually had to reject it, vehemently, because of the extent to which he feels threatened by it. Most people, himself included, are very invested in the illusion of the dollar and/or their own respective government-backed currencies. The more people there are who understand what Bitcoin is, the more that illusion frays at the edges and begins to come undone.
I've been reading up a little on Gresham's law. Fascinating stuff. Sir Thomas Gresham was a sixteenth-century financial agent of the English Crown. The 'law' had been formulated a generation earlier by Copernicus, in a treatise called Monetae Cudendae Ratio. This is the crux of it: "bad (debased) coinage drives good (un-debased) coinage out of circulation." Gresham used this to explain to the Queen (Elizabeth 1) the reason for the miserable state into which the English shilling had fallen. To quote a historian whose name I didn't happen to note down:
"The statement was part of Gresham's explanation for the "unexampled state of badness" England's coinage had been left in following the "Great Debasements" of Henry VIII and Edward VI, which reduced the metallic value of English silver coins to a small fraction of what it had been at the time of Henry VII. It was owing to these debasements, Gresham observed to the Queen, that "all your fine gold was conveyed out of this your realm."
The connection I'm proposing here is that Bitcoin is, and is increasingly perceived to be, 'good' currency, while the dollar and other fiat currencies are increasingly perceived as 'debased'. This kind of thinking is still not widespread enough to have the disruptive impact it might have someday soon. But it has gained a lot of ground lately, enough to cause (in combination with a few other factors) Bitcoin valuation to rise from $25 to as high as $1,200 within a year.
Some may object that the parallel I'm drawing doesn't hold because, where (for instance) gold has 'intrinsic value', Bitcoin does not have it (or is presumed by Buffett and others not to). But what is 'intrinsic value'? I mean, yes, gold may have uses in old-school dentistry and in the making of pretty objects, but that hardly justifies the notion of value independant of the subjective, emotional consensus, "gold is precious". Still less does it confer any substance on the dollar, whose relationship to gold is but a distant memory. One might actually make a better argument that Bitcoin and its digital offspring, the 'altcoins', e.g., Litecoin, Blackcoin, Vertcoin etc., have more 'real' or 'intrinisic' value. Digital does what it does extremely well. The utility of it is tremendous. The intelligence and other resources that allow it to exist and function are tremendous (computing-power, among other things). And it cannot be minted arbitrarily in endless reams of paper at the whim of a central bank.
Others may object that while Gresham was speaking about currency, i.e., different grades of shilling within the realm, Bitcoin and the 'alts' are not currency. But this is just semantic quibbling. The mindless refrain of newspaper columnists lately has been that currency must be mandated by government, a qualification Bitcoin and the others lack. Meaning, it's not currency unless government says it is. I would say that it becomes currency in virtue of being used as such. Which it already is. By real people, in real commerce.
Anyway, we'll see how it all plays out. We may see a time when people try as hard as possible to palm off their dollars to anyone who still tolerates them in exchange for goods and services, while seeking to receive digital currency whenever possible -- to collect or spend in international trade where it's the only currency-form that is taken seriously at all. I believe we may be heading that way.
--Jabulon

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