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October 13, 2011, 01:13:59 AM
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I fail to see how it was a shot at me, you said he was full of shit and I simply pointed out the fact, his "Shit" scared the hell out of you.
Please quote the part where I said he was full of shit, thanks.
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October 13, 2011, 01:17:07 AM
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I just got confirmation that BitcoinEXpressLives is BitcoinEXpress. BitcoinEXpressLives sent me a PM mentioning something only BitcoinEXpress knows. So this post did indeed came from BitcoinEXpress. I'm sure of it.

And he also promised me that he won't attack Litecoin. So that's good.

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October 13, 2011, 01:26:39 AM
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Here's another post from him:

BitcoinEXpress. PM me with what we previously talked about. the warning you gave me about privacy. and I will confirm your identity on the alt currency board.

Just got confirmation. He PM'd with info only BitcoinEXPress knows. So it's him.

Please post it in Alt Currency.

@DoubleC
I was in fact given 30,000 NMC after I called off the attack. It was not extortion as I wasn't demanding it and I wasn't expecting it. The only other person I ever talked about it too was Smoothie in PM, which means Coinhumper is more than likely smoothie as well as Bulanula or mods intercepted the PM's

You and I don't have an issue, please lets not develop one as I have future profit plans that invovle you. Grin

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I have nothing to do with the current attack on the Bitcoin chain.

@johnj
Yes you are right, my EC2's are decreasing and difficulty is gaining parity faster as a result.

@Coinhumper
Please STFU, I dont want Solidcoin ass kissers like Coinhunter  Grin Grin Grin


When I find the "Trusted Nodes" I will attack them. I think this will further exploit a major flaw in Solidcoin 2.0.


~BCX~


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October 13, 2011, 02:19:02 AM
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Here's another post from him:

BitcoinEXpress. PM me with what we previously talked about. the warning you gave me about privacy. and I will confirm your identity on the alt currency board.

Just got confirmation. He PM'd with info only BitcoinEXPress knows. So it's him.

Please post it in Alt Currency.

@DoubleC
I was in fact given 30,000 NMC after I called off the attack. It was not extortion as I wasn't demanding it and I wasn't expecting it. The only other person I ever talked about it too was Smoothie in PM, which means Coinhumper is more than likely smoothie as well as Bulanula or mods intercepted the PM's

You and I don't have an issue, please lets not develop one as I have future profit plans that invovle you. Grin

@Everyone
I have nothing to do with the current attack on the Bitcoin chain.

@johnj
Yes you are right, my EC2's are decreasing and difficulty is gaining parity faster as a result.

@Coinhumper
Please STFU, I dont want Solidcoin ass kissers like Coinhunter  Grin Grin Grin


When I find the "Trusted Nodes" I will attack them. I think this will further exploit a major flaw in Solidcoin 2.0.


~BCX~


Why won't he attack Litecoin crap !?
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October 13, 2011, 05:10:32 AM
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@Bulanula/Smoothie

I unignored you, your amusement is too tempting.

I didn't attack Litecoin because I like Litecoin that's why!

Fairbrix was a guinea pig and nothing more.

Tennebrix, because I have millions of them that's why LOL....




Geez man thanks for that. Appreciate that at least someone on here is getting the comedy Smiley

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October 13, 2011, 05:18:14 AM
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@BCX

SC 2.0 is back up to +12% difficulty upon the latest adjust.

Any thoughts?

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October 13, 2011, 11:56:13 PM
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Status update.

The reason that difficulty is only 25% of what it should be after 75 increases is real simple. I haven't let up LOL  Grin Grin Grin
So I am telling you this BEFORE it happens that my now 600+ EC2 instances will reach the max cycles of free usage and start dropping off. I expect full drop off to occur by in about 12 hours after this post. What you will see is the complete and utter freezing of SC 2.0, think Namecoin but a lot worse. A 16,000 difficulty on CPU only chain, cracks me up. LOL No way in hell an average user can mine this solo.


24hrs later, where's the freeze?

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October 14, 2011, 10:51:30 AM
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Status update.

The reason that difficulty is only 25% of what it should be after 75 increases is real simple. I haven't let up LOL  Grin Grin Grin
So I am telling you this BEFORE it happens that my now 600+ EC2 instances will reach the max cycles of free usage and start dropping off. I expect full drop off to occur by in about 12 hours after this post. What you will see is the complete and utter freezing of SC 2.0, think Namecoin but a lot worse. A 16,000 difficulty on CPU only chain, cracks me up. LOL No way in hell an average user can mine this solo.


24hrs later, where's the freeze?

Lol BTX tried to crash SC2 with 750h of 1 core free instances? How cute  Grin
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October 14, 2011, 11:28:25 AM
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Small update:

I've been noting the difficulty changes every so often.  All (the ones I noted) were within +12-13% increases, which is I believe the max increase per adjustment.

The most recent increase is 8%, which signals that indeed the network is leveling out.  Whether or not this is due to BCX pulling out is unknown, but the predictions are on course.

I really hope people dont read this spew and take it as fact.... I don't even to think of the math to know that if that much horse power had been there since the start then dropped away there would be massive decreases in difficulty.

An increase of 8% is simply the plateau of the current user base.

It may be too soon to speak but I'm glad this is looking like so much hot air as having this kind of behavior linked with bitcoin is in no way a good thing.... who the hell will invest in any crypto currency if they are lead to believe its just some hackers war grounds and play-thing.

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October 14, 2011, 01:10:41 PM
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Small update:

I've been noting the difficulty changes every so often.  All (the ones I noted) were within +12-13% increases, which is I believe the max increase per adjustment.

The most recent increase is 8%, which signals that indeed the network is leveling out.  Whether or not this is due to BCX pulling out is unknown, but the predictions are on course.

I really hope people dont read this spew and take it as fact.... I don't even to think of the math to know that if that much horse power had been there since the start then dropped away there would be massive decreases in difficulty.

An increase of 8% is simply the plateau of the current user base.

It may be too soon to speak but I'm glad this is looking like so much hot air as having this kind of behavior linked with bitcoin is in no way a good thing.... who the hell will invest in any crypto currency if they are lead to believe its just some hackers war grounds and play-thing.

Jezzus


Uh guy... that was like two days ago.  The difficulty increases haven't stopped.

I highly doubt it's 'normal' for a difficulty to incur max increases almost 80x.

And yes, since then it has gone back up to the +13% type increases.

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October 14, 2011, 01:18:21 PM
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Uh guy... that was like two days ago.  The difficulty increases haven't stopped.

I highly doubt it's 'normal' for a difficulty to incur max increases almost 80x.

And yes, since then it has gone back up to the +13% type increases.

sc    25706    360    25920    214    5.56%    30886.15386    33571.90570    8.70%    0d 2hr 54m 35s


From all chains right now... next estimate is 8.7%

Yep.  And since my other post, it has went from 8->13->8, and now is at some other garbage.


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October 14, 2011, 02:13:42 PM
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Botnet took interest is my bet.

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October 14, 2011, 02:23:05 PM
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Yep.  And since my other post, it has went from 8->13->8, and now is at some other garbage.

That happens on all of them, the site uses a prediction algorithm and it's not exactly accurate all the time.. i.e. GG has swings from big negative to small positive hash rates which usually tend to end in a real small/mid negative diff adjustment.

I'm not using allchains for the difficulty %

I take old diff * 100 / new diff = %increase/decrease

Such as the last one

30866 is the old diff, 31841 is the new diff

30866 * 100 = 3086600 / 31841 = 96.93

which is a ~+4% increase.

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October 14, 2011, 07:25:55 PM
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I'd be surprised if the entire network had more than 100Mh/s..... it would not take much to massively affect difficulty... but TBF so far there has been no sign of this.... I also find it funny that the peeps that are most vocal against the trusted node solution are the same people who brought the need for such a drastic solution..... I'm no SC coolaid drinker or whatever you biffs call it but I am drawn to interesting innovative projects hence my initial interest in BTC then SC.... but flip me the boasters and blind fury ravers on here are fkin awesome entertainment and BCX and monkey boy in this thread I thank you the most and tip my cap to you sirs cos you are the most entertaining clowns in this whole game.... your the only reasons I frequent the alt cryto forum here so often  Grin
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October 15, 2011, 05:53:15 AM
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I mined from difficulty 1 to difficulty 15000, and lots of shares and no blocks.  Either way that is bs.
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October 15, 2011, 03:35:19 PM
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Anyone can go on IRC , irc.lfnet.org and verify the SolidCoin network is 5 times bigger than any other alt coin. Please, do yourself a favour if you care about evidence and go verify it for yourself.

Furthermore, thanks to SolidCoin's ability to run as a minipool, there are many more non internet facing nodes running behind those nodes. Like I said before , if you're not ready for the future and are still in bicker mode then you probably don't deserve to be a part of it.

Try SolidCoin or talk with other SolidCoin supporters here SolidCoin Forums
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October 15, 2011, 03:37:29 PM
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Anyone can go on IRC , irc.lfnet.org and verify the SolidCoin network is 5 times bigger than any other alt coin. Please, do yourself a favour if you care about evidence and go verify it for yourself.

Furthermore, thanks to SolidCoin's ability to run as a minipool, there are many more non internet facing nodes running behind those nodes. Like I said before , if you're not ready for the future and are still in bicker mode then you probably don't deserve to be a part of it.


First you better explain this:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48318.0
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October 15, 2011, 03:39:52 PM
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Here is a picture of the new SolidCoin v2.0 client with mining built right into it. Part of our plan with SolidCoin 2.0 is making cryptocurrencies easy for everyone, with just 2 clicks you can be generating coins on the network or with a pool.


Try SolidCoin or talk with other SolidCoin supporters here SolidCoin Forums
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October 15, 2011, 10:10:26 PM
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Here is a picture of the new SolidCoin v2.0 client with mining built right into it. Part of our plan with SolidCoin 2.0 is making cryptocurrencies easy for everyone, with just 2 clicks you can be generating coins on the network or with a pool.

<img deleted same as above>

Wow with all the power spamming you must be feeling a little fearful. If you truly had all the user depth you claim, then you wouldn't even bother with us over here now would you.

Solidcoin Features as the World sees them

  • 13 Million Pre-Mined
    Trusted Gateway Nodes
    10% CPF Fund
    Centralized Control
    Closed Source

and probably more features that haven't been revealed due to the closed source.

The most dangerous thing is the kill switch...

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October 16, 2011, 02:17:59 AM
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Anyone can go on IRC , irc.lfnet.org and verify the SolidCoin network is 5 times bigger than any other alt coin. Please, do yourself a favour if you care about evidence and go verify it for yourself.
You are not tired of talking bullshit all the time?
You have a lot of nodes on IRC because the only miner that exists for your currency is your fucking closed source client that automatically connects to IRC by default.

Quote from: CoinHunterlink=topic=47977.msg576254#msg576254 date=1318692919
Furthermore, thanks to SolidCoin's ability to run as a minipool, there are many more non internet facing nodes running behind those nodes.
LOL. Like if it was not already the case of ALL the other crypto-currency clients Wink

Quote from: CoinHunterlink=topic=47977.msg576254#msg576254 date=1318692919
Like I said before , if you're not ready for the future and are still in bicker mode then you probably don't deserve to be a part of it.
Go Marty, start the DeLorean.
If SolidCoin passes over 1GH/s, we will be projected to the future right before CoinHunter achieves his masterplan.
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