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October 17, 2011, 05:04:19 PM
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Uhh... Yeah? You didn't know this? Of course, we always weigh the troll posts you make against the value of your normal posts. If your signal-to-noise ratio gets too high, however, you're out of here.

I was merely confused as it seems as if I can't read a thread without seeing a couple of what appear to be thinly disguised trolls from SA (or related).
We miss a lot. Report trolling when you see it, and we'll look into it if the user does it

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October 17, 2011, 07:36:12 PM
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Uhh... Yeah? You didn't know this? Of course, we always weigh the troll posts you make against the value of your normal posts. If your signal-to-noise ratio gets too high, however, you're out of here.

I was merely confused as it seems as if I can't read a thread without seeing a couple of what appear to be thinly disguised trolls from SA (or related).
We miss a lot. Report trolling when you see it, and we'll look into it if the user does it

Ok, I honestly didn't know that I should be reporting trolling, I thought it was for spam and threats and such.
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October 17, 2011, 07:55:52 PM
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Does anyone know when Solidcoin 3 will be released ?

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October 17, 2011, 08:00:01 PM
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Does anyone know when Solidcoin 3 will be released ?

Yup, november 2nd.
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October 17, 2011, 08:02:59 PM
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Does anyone know when Solidcoin 3 will be released ?

Yup, november 2nd.
Cool.
What do I do with all my version 1 & version 2 Solidcoins then ? It would be nice to consolidate multiple wallets.

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October 17, 2011, 08:06:30 PM
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Does anyone know when Solidcoin 3 will be released ?

Yup, november 2nd.
Cool.
What do I do with all my version 1 & version 2 Solidcoins then ? It would be nice to consolidate multiple wallets.

SolidCoin 3 is for Android and iPhone mining only, a new chain.
You can use CellMiner v0.90a, it supports 2+ cores.
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October 17, 2011, 08:10:39 PM
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Will Solidcoin 3 also be ready for the Bitcoin collapse ? or is that just Solidcoin 2 that will be ready for the collapse ?
Obviously Solidcoin 1 wasn't ready.....

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October 17, 2011, 08:35:39 PM
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Will Solidcoin 3 also be ready for the Bitcoin collapse ? or is that just Solidcoin 2 that will be ready for the collapse ?
Obviously Solidcoin 1 wasn't ready.....

Solidcoin is indeed ready and waiting for the Bitcoin collapse. Judging by the drop to well under $2.50 today we won't have to wait too much longer  Kiss
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October 17, 2011, 08:45:02 PM
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Facts suck don't they?

Seems so:

{"ticker":{"high":3.74,"low":2.26,"avg":2.989312567,"vwap":2.898371151,"vol":190317,"last_all":2.31013,"last_local":2.36788,"last":2.36788,"buy":2.36,"sell":2.36788}}
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October 17, 2011, 08:54:40 PM
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Let's have a math lesson shall we.

Bitcoins in existence 7.7 million X $2.38 = $18,326,000 total value

Solidcoins in existence 1.6 million X $0.0075 = $12,000 total value

I fail to see your point.

Then you should count the losses on your bitcoins since weeks/months...
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October 17, 2011, 09:07:30 PM
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Will Solidcoin 3 also be ready for the Bitcoin collapse ? or is that just Solidcoin 2 that will be ready for the collapse ?
Obviously Solidcoin 1 wasn't ready.....
Solidcoin is indeed ready and waiting for the Bitcoin collapse. Judging by the drop to well under $2.50 today we won't have to wait too much longer  Kiss

Most be backwards yoda talk as we all know BitCoin is ready for the inevitable SolidCoin collapse. You do know the SolidCoin network will crash when the one control node gets DDOSed, suffers a network, or power outage, or its disk fails. Good luck with your single-point-of-failure-currency. It was designed by a moron.

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October 17, 2011, 09:08:54 PM
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Good luck with your single-point-of-failure-currency. It was designed by a moron.

Yeah, the 10+-point-of-failure is indeed a weak point...
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October 17, 2011, 09:19:36 PM
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Good luck with your single-point-of-failure-currency. It was designed by a moron.

Yeah, the 10+-point-of-failure is indeed a weak point...

Single.. CH admitted it was a single node and he could not fix it due to his broken blockchain design.

Even if it was 1000 trusted nodes BitCoin and its direct clones have a functional network when there is nothing left but one single miner. That's good design. SolidCoin solved the 51% problem by introducing way more serious problems. It left itself open to anyone with a very small botnet freezing the entire network. As you may have noticed BitCoin mining pools get DDOSed all the time so there is a high change they will kill SolidCoin dead if it gets even slightly noticeable.

So again - SolidCoin was designed by a moron.
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October 17, 2011, 09:29:58 PM
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Most be backwards yoda talk as we all know BitCoin is ready for the inevitable SolidCoin collapse. You do know the SolidCoin network will crash when the one control node gets DDOSed, suffers a network, or power outage, or its disk fails. Good luck with your single-point-of-failure-currency. It was designed by a moron.

I guess another misinformed soul spreading lies to add to my ignore list.
Mods, my post is off topic, feel free to remove if you choose at your own leisure, ditto with the quoted post and half a dozen or more above that.

CoinHunter - I assume you are CoinHunter,

SolidCoin is one small DDOS from being a dead coin, you misdesigned it and it is utterly unfit for use on the public Internet. Anyone who holds SolidCoins should know that your blockchain is fundamentally broken and could be frozen by anyone at any time. You took a peer-to-peer application you didn't really understand and turned it into Scheiße, you sir are a fricking moron.

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October 17, 2011, 09:32:23 PM
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SolidCoin is one small DDOS from being a dead coin, you misdesigned it and it is utterly unfit for use on the public Internet. Anyone who holds SolidCoins should know that your blockchain is fundamentally broken and could be frozen by anyone at any time. You took a peer-to-peer application you didn't really understand and turned it into Scheiße, you sir are a fricking moron.

Don't worry, we are expecting BCXs attack anytime soon. He will take down the chain. You need to have some more patience Smiley
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October 18, 2011, 01:44:21 AM
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Comments have been made about reversing transactions.

Now that shouldn't be possible in a chain without forking back to the block that contains the transaction ... unless the encryption keys used are part of a key pair that someone else has the 2nd part of for all access.

That would make releasing the source code rather a MAJOR problem Smiley
(or if someone bothered to decompile it they could find how to get this key ...)

So either none have been reversed, or everyone using SC2.0 is in even more serious trouble than already stated.

Also, the fact that every 2nd block is low difficulty also says that the chain itself is not secure to the network hash level - technically, only half that Tongue
(and what does everyone hash while waiting for the 2nd block to appear?)

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October 18, 2011, 02:43:23 AM
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Comments have been made about reversing transactions.

Now that shouldn't be possible in a chain without forking back to the block that contains the transaction ... unless the encryption keys used are part of a key pair that someone else has the 2nd part of for all access.

That would make releasing the source code rather a MAJOR problem Smiley
(or if someone bothered to decompile it they could find how to get this key ...)

So either none have been reversed, or everyone using SC2.0 is in even more serious trouble than already stated.

Also, the fact that every 2nd block is low difficulty also says that the chain itself is not secure to the network hash level - technically, only half that Tongue
(and what does everyone hash while waiting for the 2nd block to appear?)

This release seems to be an exercise of "throw it against the wall and see if it sticks". If the technology and code was truly secure, there should have been no qualms about releasing the source code. Given that some of the licenses employed require such at a release it seems very suspect that none has occurred.

So far, it appears to me that SC2 is just a manually controlled block chain with one individual's finger on the killswitches. I presume this is so that Coinhunter could release a binary with the smallest chance that people will hack it. Perhaps later source will be released without some of the killswitches in order to lend credibility to the block chain. However, if a trusted node gets hacked and its private keys stolen the whole block chain is compromised. I wonder how long 12 relative novices at computer security can keep their "trusted nodes" 100% secure. Should be an interesting experiment.

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October 22, 2011, 09:02:01 AM
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11 days old and still the number one hated block chain for 11 straight days!

All publicity is good publicity!

We'd much rather be hated than ignored.

Thanks for your continued interest and support Cheesy
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October 22, 2011, 05:39:46 PM
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11 days old and still the number one hated block chain for 11 straight days!

All publicity is good publicity!

We'd much rather be hated than ignored.

Thanks for your continued interest and support Cheesy
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October 23, 2011, 05:57:23 AM
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Will Solidcoin 3 also be ready for the Bitcoin collapse ? or is that just Solidcoin 2 that will be ready for the collapse ?
Obviously Solidcoin 1 wasn't ready.....

Solidcoin is indeed ready and waiting for the Bitcoin collapse. Judging by the drop to well under $2.50 today we won't have to wait too much longer  Kiss
Yeah damn shame about that being back over $3 today ... ... ... ...

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