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October 11, 2011, 03:10:38 AM
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October 11, 2011, 03:25:52 AM
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You are a pathetic guy, that's granted and you show it to us every day. It's like you are afraid we forget how pathetic you are lol

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October 11, 2011, 03:27:33 AM
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You are a pathetic guy, that's granted and you show it to us every day. It's like you are afraid if we forget how pathetic you are lol

How can people not see that CH is the pathetic one?
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October 11, 2011, 03:29:22 AM
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You are a pathetic guy, that's granted and you show it to us every day. It's like you are afraid if we forget how pathetic you are lol

How can people not see that CH is the pathetic one?

If that makes you happy: they both are!

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October 11, 2011, 03:41:46 AM
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I'm not a SolidCoin fanboy. And I'm certainly not a douchebagexpress fanboy also... Just stating how pathetic you are. A personal opinion...

If you were attacking any other blockchain my statement would be exactly the same. You are only entering an e-pissing contest, nothing more, you are not even trying to make a point on proving something worthwhile, just to prove us all how big your e-dick is, probably cause yor real dick is... oh nevermind...

BTW, I think you are forgetting that Solidcoin is a closed-source app and a centralized blockchain(by your own definition)... I wonder how many "anti-hacking laws" have you broken in your country. And you publicly admitted on doing so by posting it in an open board.

Pathetic and stupid, that's what you are.

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October 11, 2011, 03:45:12 AM
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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.



Regardless of what you think about BCX, him exposing flaws in what's been said to be a 'truly secure network' is a service to all who may use said network.  As it's already been demonstrated that CH, erm.... 'doesn't work well with others', I don't see how anything other than a live attack could have communicated said vulnerabilities.

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October 11, 2011, 03:49:17 AM
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Regardless of what you think about BCX, him exposing flaws in what's been said to be a 'truly secure network' is a service to all who may use said network.  As it's already been demonstrated that CH, erm.... 'doesn't work well with others', I don't see how anything other than a live attack could have communicated said vulnerabilities.

So why didn't he attacked Bitcoin when it was just Satoshi and 1 or 2 more guys mining and proved also how insecure Bitcoin was?

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October 11, 2011, 03:59:57 AM
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Regardless of what you think about BCX, him exposing flaws in what's been said to be a 'truly secure network' is a service to all who may use said network.  As it's already been demonstrated that CH, erm.... 'doesn't work well with others', I don't see how anything other than a live attack could have communicated said vulnerabilities.

So why didn't he attacked Bitcoin when it was just Satoshi and 1 or 2 more guys mining and proved also how insecure Bitcoin was?

Because Satoshi wasn't a dick, and never claimed that Bitcoin was immune to a 51% attack?
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October 11, 2011, 04:00:46 AM
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Kind of hard to break anti-hacking laws when you have been publicly invited by the author of the code to as he stated "do your best it is unbreakable" you may want to do some fact checking before spouting off and making a fool of yourself.
You may want to take some classes on how judicial systems work before spouting off and making a fool of yourself. And before you throw in jail someone who thinks what you're saying will hold up on court.

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October 11, 2011, 04:02:24 AM
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I don't get the hate on BitcoinExpress.  The reality is that the world has people w/ ill intent.  Hackers expose flaws in systems.  BE is exposing a flaw in SC 2.0.  Better now then if/when it has millions of dollars of transaction volume and someone else double spends a quarter million and then kills the network.

I mean it you can't stand the heat then get out of the kitchen.  This isn't a game of checkers it is a potential alternative to currency as we know it.  If you think BE is the limit of what will eventually be thrown against a network well WAKE UP.  The real world has mean, greedy, untrustworthly people.  If there is a flaw they will find it.  

Granted BE is somewhat of a douche personally (I think he takes just a little to much satisfaction in his work) but he does crypto-currency a good service.

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October 11, 2011, 04:07:43 AM
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Kind of hard to break anti-hacking laws when you have been publicly invited by the author of the code to as he stated "do your best it is unbreakable" you may want to do some fact checking before spouting off and making a fool of yourself.
You may want to take some classes on how judicial systems work before spouting off and making a fool of yourself. And before you throw in jail someone who thinks what you're saying will hold up on court.

Who's got jurisdiction over this?  Australian courts?  United Nations?  Al Gore?  Court of public opinion? 
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October 11, 2011, 04:08:01 AM
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2 blocks per second.....

The awesomeness of "CPU friendly" algorithms.  No reason this same thing can't/won't happen to every "CPU friendly" FailCoin.
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October 11, 2011, 04:09:23 AM
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2 blocks per second.....

The awesomeness of "CPU friendly" algorithms.  No reason this same thing can't/won't happen to every "CPU friendly" FailCoin.

Diff will solve this... Have you ever watched a new blockchain starting with low diff?
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October 11, 2011, 04:09:30 AM
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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.



Regardless of what you think about BCX, him exposing flaws in what's been said to be a 'truly secure network' is a service to all who may use said network.  As it's already been demonstrated that CH, erm.... 'doesn't work well with others', I don't see how anything other than a live attack could have communicated said vulnerabilities.

Agree! BTX is doing a huge favor for us! If it is unsafe, this needs to be done.

Just got my popcorn!!  LOL

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October 11, 2011, 04:13:56 AM
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2 blocks per second.....

The awesomeness of "CPU friendly" algorithms.  No reason this same thing can't/won't happen to every "CPU friendly" FailCoin.

Diff will solve this... Have you ever watched a new blockchain starting with low diff?

And then BE pulls his cluster off, leaving patsies to mine .01 coins per week for the next six years.  See: namecoin.  Oh, except now with the threat of him taking the biggest dump since the invention of Ex-Lax on people's bids at any moment.

Yeah, I can see that driving adoption pretty hard.


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October 11, 2011, 04:15:21 AM
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This is hilarious  Grin
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October 11, 2011, 04:15:59 AM
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Love it! LOL

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October 11, 2011, 04:16:04 AM
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This is hilarious  Grin

Indeed. A combination of schadenfreude and BX's excessive joviality is making my tummy jiggle with laughter.
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October 11, 2011, 04:16:49 AM
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I don't have any way to look at the diff/block generation, any screencaps?

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October 11, 2011, 04:17:03 AM
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Idiots will be idiots. No surprise here. Move on.
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