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October 09, 2011, 05:24:32 PM
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If you like giant countdown timers :- http://solidcoin.info/

Monday 10th October 23:35 UTC

Also of note, 3 wannabe hackers from this forum claimed they would take down the SolidCoin 2 public beta and none have. Welcome to the future of cryptocurrencies, a truly secure network.

You can download the beta and see what all the fuss is about at the SolidCoin forums :- http://solidcointalk.org/topic/252-solidcoin-v20-public-beta/



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October 09, 2011, 05:36:01 PM
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If you like giant countdown timers :- http://solidcoin.info/

Monday 10th October 23:35 UTC

Also of note, 3 wannabe hackers from this forum claimed they would take down the SolidCoin 2 public beta and none have. Welcome to the future of cryptocurrencies, a truly secure network.

Nice one mate ! Seems like the 8 Japanese scammers ( Satoshi = kano = coblee = MtGox = lolcust = SAC = BitcoinExpress = ArtForz ) proved once again that they are total idiots.
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October 09, 2011, 05:56:18 PM
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Any exchanges lined up?  I'm on board until 3 AM GMT on Thursday.
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October 09, 2011, 06:00:06 PM
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Any exchanges lined up?  I'm on board until 3 AM GMT on Thursday.


3 new ones have been working with us (and seem very trustworthy/reputable), but whether or not they will be up at hour 1 or not we won't know. Smiley They certainly *WANT* to be up at the release. There is also 2? I think currently working exchanges which should be able to seamlessly migrate to SC2.0 .

One of the newer requirements for exchanges if they want our support (which is essentially linking to them and telling our users that they are ok) is a very clear indication of WHO they are. We want to avoid this anonymous exchange situation so that people have more security.

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October 09, 2011, 06:06:58 PM
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Any exchanges lined up?  I'm on board until 3 AM GMT on Thursday.


3 new ones have been working with us (and seem very trustworthy/reputable), but whether or not they will be up at hour 1 or not we won't know. Smiley They certainly *WANT* to be up at the release. There is also 2? I think currently working exchanges which should be able to seamlessly migrate to SC2.0 .

One of the newer requirements for exchanges if they want our support (which is essentially linking to them and telling our users that they are ok) is a very clear indication of WHO they are. We want to avoid this anonymous exchange situation so that people have more security.

More examples that RS IS doing the right thing about security in cryptocurrencies. Way to go man !
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October 09, 2011, 06:08:11 PM
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If you like giant countdown timers :- http://solidcoin.info/

Monday 10th October 23:35 UTC

Also of note, 3 wannabe hackers from this forum claimed they would take down the SolidCoin 2 public beta and none have. Welcome to the future of cryptocurrencies, a truly secure network.

Nice one mate ! Seems like the 8 Japanese scammers ( Satoshi = kano = coblee = MtGox = lolcust = SAC = BitcoinExpress = ArtForz ) proved once again that they are total idiots.
You are not even trying to make a good argument and instead resort to just spewing inane assumptions around. But then again, that's how some of these alternate cryptocurrencies work. Tongue


Anyway, any idea when we'll see any white papers or the actual source code, if ever?

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October 09, 2011, 06:10:05 PM
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I'm not mining when I can't see the source code, sorry.

If you look at commercial programs, non-open source code tends to be the most vulnerable in terms of security.  I just don't trust this.

Code:
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October 09, 2011, 06:10:52 PM
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I only have 1 solid question !

Will CPU mining be optimized for Intel Proc. in Windows ?

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October 09, 2011, 06:21:25 PM
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I only have 1 solid question !

Will CPU mining be optimized for Intel Proc. in Windows ?

This is the KEY question. Tenebrix ( and scrypt crap coins like Fairbrix / Litecoin crap all made by 8 Japanese scammers ) SUCKS HUGE on Intel and Windows combinations. Even Linux 64bits sucks on my 2600K ! They give NO support whatsoever. Fuck them !

SolidCoin will work perfectly on Windows 7 and Intel. My 2600K gets about 160 khash/s ( maximum anyone has reported on any CPU so far ) which is damn nice !!! Fuck scrypt and Japanese scammers !
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October 09, 2011, 06:23:57 PM
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Anyway, any idea when we'll see any white papers or the actual source code, if ever?

Yes, they are both coming. White paper won't be long after or before the release. Source code is dependent upon the trolls. If you have any services you want to use with SolidCoin then give me an email/PM if you need more technical information than is currently provided.

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October 09, 2011, 06:24:16 PM
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Imagine it is ScamCoin launch of the week and nobody mines...

At least nobody reacts to this douchebag seriously anymore.  Roll Eyes

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they keep laughing, then they start choking on their laughter, and then they go and catch their breath. Then they start laughing even more.
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October 09, 2011, 06:26:02 PM
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I only have 1 solid question !

Will CPU mining be optimized for Intel Proc. in Windows ?

Clock for Clock AMD PHENOMs seem the fastest option currently. However factoring in HyperThreading seems to put it big in intels favour. I haven't researched why yet, but a hyperthreading core gives nearly 90% of a non HT core on my I7-920.

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October 09, 2011, 06:29:46 PM
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^Nice,good to know and thanks for the info.

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October 09, 2011, 07:25:09 PM
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pics sourcecode or it didn't happen.

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October 09, 2011, 08:08:43 PM
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Clock for Clock AMD PHENOMs seem the fastest option currently. However factoring in HyperThreading seems to put it big in intels favour. I haven't researched why yet, but a hyperthreading core gives nearly 90% of a non HT core on my I7-920.

The only way I can explain that is if you were using two HT cores on separate physical cores. Two HT cores running on the same physical core simultaneously, and both delivering 90% of a physical core doesn't appear to make sense.

Can anyone confirm this behavior?
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October 09, 2011, 08:34:32 PM
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Clock for Clock AMD PHENOMs seem the fastest option currently. However factoring in HyperThreading seems to put it big in intels favour. I haven't researched why yet, but a hyperthreading core gives nearly 90% of a non HT core on my I7-920.

The only way I can explain that is if you were using two HT cores on separate physical cores. Two HT cores running on the same physical core simultaneously, and both delivering 90% of a physical core doesn't appear to make sense.

Can anyone confirm this behavior?


It does make sense you noob. Read about HyperThreading !
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October 09, 2011, 09:51:42 PM
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Clock for Clock AMD PHENOMs seem the fastest option currently. However factoring in HyperThreading seems to put it big in intels favour. I haven't researched why yet, but a hyperthreading core gives nearly 90% of a non HT core on my I7-920.

The only way I can explain that is if you were using two HT cores on separate physical cores. Two HT cores running on the same physical core simultaneously, and both delivering 90% of a physical core doesn't appear to make sense.

Can anyone confirm this behavior?


It does make sense you noob. Read about HyperThreading !

If you believe hyperthreading should cause the behavior described above you clearly have no practical or theoretical experience of it.

Go back to your racist rants and paranoid fantasies.
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October 09, 2011, 09:58:32 PM
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sd.. its just easier to put him on ignore.. that way you dont have to read his crap

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October 09, 2011, 10:04:55 PM
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sd.. its just easier to put him on ignore.. that way you dont have to read his crap

I have reported a few of his more hostile posts to a moderator in the hope he and anyone else from his IP gets banned. I don't think many moderators will approve of his racist agenda.

Even with all the nonsense CoinHunter has posted I've never felt the need to report posts or ignore people before that anti-Japanese rant.
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October 09, 2011, 10:21:04 PM
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sd.. its just easier to put him on ignore.. that way you dont have to read his crap

I have reported a few of his more hostile posts to a moderator in the hope he and anyone else from his IP gets banned. I don't think many moderators will approve of his racist agenda.

Even with all the nonsense CoinHunter has posted I've never felt the need to report posts or ignore people before that anti-Japanese rant.


Of course I am anti-japanese when they try and scam me. If Nigerians tried and scammed you, would you not be anti-Nigerians etc. !? Where did I write anything racist huh !? Probably made it up in your own head. Manga watching, noodle eating is what Japanese people usually do it's not racist. It's like saying french people are croissant eating which does not make it racist son. Grow up !
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