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October 07, 2011, 06:22:10 AM
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lol, how many lies can you make up here? Cheesy

Anyhow, make sure when the public beta goes live you do attack the network like you promised. Ok? Warm those geforce2mx's up.

Beta is also supposed to be out within hours, so you may be unable to make it to Steve Job's funeral?

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October 07, 2011, 06:44:14 AM
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Don't worry, the SC 2.0 shit storm is coming and I can assure you that I and a few others are going to turn any website, exchange or pool supporting you into a very painful experience.

So you publicly admit you will try to hack any website related with SC2?
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October 07, 2011, 08:31:18 AM
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The way to take down any network is to attack its hubs and Coinotron is one of those hubs. I'm working on acquiring some botnet time now as we speak and I can assure you, it is going to suck to be Coinotron when this comes online.

Come on, BTX.  Attack whatever you want. I can even prepare for you a list of potential new targets. You must have something to attack when you are done with Coinotron and other pools supporting SC 2. You work so hard. I feel obliged to lighten your load.
I propose that you move your activity to real world. For starters attack something small and harmless like fly or ant. If you succeed we will move to more demanding targets: mice, rats, frogs. And so on.

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October 07, 2011, 09:51:04 AM
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Got some inside info on mr bitcoinexpress.

Mr Dan Maddox got himself a mail order bride it appears? Does "lanie grace" approve of your childish activities Dan?



http://filipina-sweethearts.com/mail-order-brides/men/dan459/dan459.html




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October 07, 2011, 09:56:59 AM
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This is getting progressively more and more puerile.

Also, I sort of think that SC2.0 would rather use some kind of "licensed mining + PKI framework" approach rather than lame "police nodes + civilian nodes" approach.


'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture is just too unbelievably lame to be true.

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October 07, 2011, 10:09:55 AM
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So, the plot thinkens !

artforz = bitcoinexpress = lolcust = satoshi = SAC = SC2 trolls = hacking all the currencies they can and scamming people ?
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October 07, 2011, 10:14:11 AM
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So, the plot thinkens !

artforz = bitcoinexpress = lolcust = satoshi = SAC = SC2 trolls = hacking all the currencies they can and scamming people ?

Major Motoko Kusanagi shall break in through the roof any moment now!

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October 07, 2011, 10:21:23 AM
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This is getting progressively more and more puerile.

Also, I sort of think that SC2.0 would rather use some kind of "licensed mining + PKI framework" approach rather than lame "police nodes + civilian nodes" approach.


'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture is just too unbelievably lame to be true.

Haha, maybe learn how to program first before trying to understand these things eh? No one cares what an uneducated, non programmer thinks about programming a cryptocurrency. Oh, unless they're a troll too . Smiley

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October 07, 2011, 10:23:48 AM
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This is getting progressively more and more puerile.

Also, I sort of think that SC2.0 would rather use some kind of "licensed mining + PKI framework" approach rather than lame "police nodes + civilian nodes" approach.


'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture is just too unbelievably lame to be true.

Haha, maybe learn how to program first before trying to understand these things eh? No one cares what an uneducated, non programmer thinks about programming a cryptocurrency. Oh, unless they're a troll too . Smiley

Should one interpret that as tacit endorsement of the pathetic 'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture and, thus, a tacit confirmation that you have, indeed, employed such a bizarrely contrived and inefficient scheme instead of using the concept of licensed mining ?

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October 07, 2011, 10:32:10 AM
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Should one interpret that as tacit endorsement of the pathetic 'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture and, thus, a tacit confirmation that you have, indeed, employed such a bizarrely contrived and inefficient scheme instead of using the concept of licensed mining ?

Again, you are too ignorant to understand how I have solved the problem of 51% attacks, trying to educate you would be like trying to get a monkey to play a Metallica guitar solo. Leave it to your "big brother" artforz to fill you in, if he's capable, when the details are finally released.

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October 07, 2011, 10:37:05 AM
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Should one interpret that as tacit endorsement of the pathetic 'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture and, thus, a tacit confirmation that you have, indeed, employed such a bizarrely contrived and inefficient scheme instead of using the concept of licensed mining ?

Again, you are too ignorant to understand how I have solved the problem of 51% attacks, trying to educate you would be like trying to get a monkey to play a Metallica guitar solo. Leave it to your "big brother" artforz to fill you in, if he's capable, when the details are finally released.

I find that such attitude goes against the spirit of  openness and sharing that is paramount for any open-source project (IIRC, Solidcoin 2.0 is supposed to eventually see release under FOSS license, or did that get thrown out of the window?)

Also, your statement pretty much implies that you have, indeed, deployed some kind of "'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer" clusterfuck and are now just trying to put some lipstick on that pig Sad Which would be a shame, as I hoped you would do something versatile, like licensed mining Sad

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October 07, 2011, 10:37:26 AM
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Should one interpret that as tacit endorsement of the pathetic 'Peer<---> Trusted "Policeman" Hash Node<---> Peer' architecture and, thus, a tacit confirmation that you have, indeed, employed such a bizarrely contrived and inefficient scheme instead of using the concept of licensed mining ?

Again, you are too ignorant to understand how I have solved the problem of 51% attacks, trying to educate you would be like trying to get a monkey to play a Metallica guitar solo. Leave it to your "big brother" artforz to fill you in, if he's capable, when the details are finally released.

They are the same person. SAC, BitcoinExpress, ArtForz, lolcust etc. all trolling SC2 with lots of passion. Why do you care about SC2 so much ? Leave it be losers. They feel Tenebrix is being threatened etc.
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October 07, 2011, 11:02:17 AM
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I am Satoshi.

I have no idea who SAC, CoinHunter, BTCX and Art are Smiley

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October 07, 2011, 11:49:27 AM
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I am Satoshi.

I have no idea who SAC, CoinHunter, BTCX and Art are Smiley

Yes and I am Obama.
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October 07, 2011, 11:50:37 AM
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I am Satoshi.

I have no idea who SAC, CoinHunter, BTCX and Art are Smiley

Yes and I am Obama.

I thought we agreed that  you are a dog that learned to type Huh

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October 07, 2011, 12:32:58 PM
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Shrug, don't care much.

But this is interesting:
Got some inside info on mr bitcoinexpress.

Mr Dan Maddox got himself a mail order bride it appears? Does "lanie grace" approve of your childish activities Dan?



http://filipina-sweethearts.com/mail-order-brides/men/dan459/dan459.html
So Mr. "Professional Developer" has a hobby of stalking perceived "enemies" on the internet and boasting about it... *facepalm*

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October 07, 2011, 12:41:08 PM
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So Mr. "Professional Developer" has a hobby of stalking perceived "enemies" on the internet and boasting about it... *facepalm*

You facepalm a lot eh? Spending 30 seconds writing an internet post doesn't waste that much of my life, especially when it exposes hackers like yourself and btx. I'm not doing any investigating into anyone, SC users and others do and they discuss it because they don't like people like yourself and btx. The fact you're into furries was just the beginning, wonder what else they will expose about you. Cheesy

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October 07, 2011, 12:45:58 PM
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So Mr. "Professional Developer" has a hobby of stalking perceived "enemies" on the internet and boasting about it... *facepalm*

You facepalm a lot eh? Spending 30 seconds writing an internet post doesn't waste that much of my life, especially when it exposes hackers like yourself and btx. I'm not doing any investigating into anyone, SC users and others do and they discuss it because they don't like people like yourself and btx. The fact you're into furries was just the beginning, wonder what else they will expose about you. Cheesy

Better to be into furries than to be into designing lame "police node + civ nodes" cryptocurrency architectures that combine the lamest aspects of cryptocurrencies and of traditional money transfer systems.

Not that I mean to imply that you have indeed designed such an abominable frankensteinean monster Wink, that is, so far, unknown.

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October 07, 2011, 01:01:26 PM
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Chilax, everyone.

Let's just be friends and hope that CH's "protocol" isn't really a lame "Peer<---> Cop <---> Peer" (aka Peer 2 Pig Wink )  trinket

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