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October 13, 2011, 09:55:17 PM
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What I still can't wrap my head around is why CryptoX would put so much risk on the line supporting SC 2.0 out of the gate.

Regardless of pro/anti SC, it's fact that SC has had a horrible history with exchanges and exchange operators.  The chain has only been 'alive' since Aug 20 - and it's already been taken down.  And now the new chain is centralized.

Why CrytpoX would subject it's users and it's reputation to a *coin with such a suspicious past is beyond me.  The only thing I can imagine is that CryptoX has some kind of incentive to support SC.  I wonder what that incentive is and where it's coming from, and why it hasn't been disclosed.

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October 13, 2011, 10:00:48 PM
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If there is a personal connection between CH and CryptoXchange I will find it. Cryptoxchange is a proper registered business and will have an e-trail to follow. Colin and Ken Armitt are real people with real histories.

We will know soon enough.
There are many trails regarding that site to just be curious about imo.   My only issues are people controlling media sites that have any affiliation with, well anything.   Like The Founder / Flexcoin, I know he is proud of controlling some media sites along with his Bitcoin bank, good for him I guess.

Extra stuff, David Hollis is associated with CryptoxChange http://www.linkedin.com/pub/david-hollis/3b/6a3/880 based on the CryptoxChange posterous site http://posterous.com/users/hgzRN2wwy3tPQ#activities/page/1

Posterous is the site that hosts BitcoinMedia.com along with IXCoins.com.  Before anyone makes too many connections or anything with this, posterous is nothing more than a Wordpress or tumblr back end, except with way less features.

Where is noagendamarket https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=41314.20 ?

Where is my Bruce Wagner CryptoXchange launch video?

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October 13, 2011, 10:06:28 PM
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I also imagine a legitimate 'Multi-Cryptocurrency Exchange' would have posted, you know, in the alt-chain forums. Like, you know, the rest of them do.

But it only takes a few moments of reading to realize that this particular subforum doesn't hold SolidCoin in very high regards.

Wow... this is smelling worse and worse the more I think about it.

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October 13, 2011, 10:07:33 PM
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What I still can't wrap my head around is why CryptoX would put so much risk on the line supporting SC 2.0 out of the gate.

Regardless of pro/anti SC, it's fact that SC has had a horrible history with exchanges and exchange operators.  The chain has only been 'alive' since Aug 20 - and it's already been taken down.  And now the new chain is centralized.

Why CrytpoX would subject it's users and it's reputation to a *coin with such a suspicious past is beyond me.  The only thing I can imagine is that CryptoX has some kind of incentive to support SC.  I wonder what that incentive is and where it's coming from, and why it hasn't been disclosed.

Well the little troll chimed in to say he was talking about BCX with that reference to the date so who know he may actually be telling the truth for once and I jumped the gun on making the Aussie exchange opens that day supposedly CH is Aussie and connecting them together.

Well, I did see CrytpoX in #solidcoin just the other day.  That's how I drew the conclusion.

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October 13, 2011, 10:42:33 PM
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I just find the connections interesting, that's all.

My only post in that topic was to complete the list of exploitable open source cryptocurrencies lol ... it didn't even have anything to do with CryptoX but whatever you want to believe lol

You know how this runs here, facts don't count , just unsubstantial accusations and FUD  Wink

You mean like this?
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October 14, 2011, 01:52:14 AM
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If there is a personal connection between CH and CryptoXchange I will find it. Cryptoxchange is a proper registered business and will have an e-trail to follow. Colin and Ken Armitt are real people with real histories.

We will know soon enough.

There actually isn't a registration record for Cryptoxchange, although the parent company - Kenseycol Pty Ltd - was registered in 2009.  

This is one of Ken's other ventures.

http://www.ccrsoftwareshop.com/web-development.html

This one is also probably him.

http://orangebusiness.com.au/site/index.cfm?did=859184&module=BUSINESSDIRECTORY&pageMode=indiv&action=details&page_id=116774

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October 14, 2011, 04:37:03 AM
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If there is a personal connection between CH and CryptoXchange I will find it. Cryptoxchange is a proper registered business and will have an e-trail to follow. Colin and Ken Armitt are real people with real histories.

We will know soon enough.

There actually isn't a registration record for Cryptoxchange, although the parent company - Kenseycol Pty Ltd - was registered in 2009.  

This is one of Ken's other ventures.

http://www.ccrsoftwareshop.com/web-development.html

This one is also probably him.

http://orangebusiness.com.au/site/index.cfm?did=859184&module=BUSINESSDIRECTORY&pageMode=indiv&action=details&page_id=116774

  Look again. Ken added Crypto X change to his company as a separate entity not long ago.
http://www.search.asic.gov.au/cgi-bin/gns030c?state_number=BN98597140&juris=2&hdtext=NSW&srchsrc=1

  There has been no official announcement that cryptoxchange will accept solidcoin. Ken Armitt is a successful company owner and we have no idea who coinhunter/RealSolid is,just that he says he is Aussie. Ken and I are also Aussies which is why people jump to conclusions I guess ?
 
  Crypto X Change has no association with either solidcoin or RS and neither do I. The alt chains have become a toxic environment best avoided. I still own a few sc though so thats my only contact with solidcoin and alt chains but litecoin seems to have a shot and community support so I might get some of those soon.

  I doubt a legitimate exchange will risk supporting any of the alt chains untill they are securely established. Possibly only namecoin is the qualifying one at this moment. That has to do with the security of their blockchains and other technical matters, including the community behind them.

 


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October 14, 2011, 04:43:15 AM
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I still own a few sc though so thats my only contact with solidcoin and alt chains but litecoin seems to have a shot and community support so I might get some of those soon.

Good decision to move into alternative coins cautiously, I think people are still just wanting more trustworthy BTC/$$$ exchanges first.

I'll send you a Litecoin so you have something in your wallet if or when you get started up.  I am just an observer myself, but it is the first coin I have mined a bit for, just PM me your addy if you get one.


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October 14, 2011, 05:26:47 AM
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Ken and I are also Aussies which is why people jump to conclusions I guess ?
Crypto X Change has no association with either solidcoin or RS and neither do I.

Ahem, you already claimed being RealSolid...

No, you cant kill discussion. Time to put up or shut up.

btw

I am RealSolid

The cat doesn't go back in the bag.
No point to make it up in denial now...

So if your "Nah I made a typo, in fact I am not RealSolid" is as true as your "I am not related to CryptoXChange", that does strongly suggests that you are connected.   

That would make sense too.
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October 14, 2011, 10:50:17 AM
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I still own a few sc though so thats my only contact with solidcoin and alt chains but litecoin seems to have a shot and community support so I might get some of those soon.

Good decision to move into alternative coins cautiously, I think people are still just wanting more trustworthy BTC/$$$ exchanges first.

I'll send you a Litecoin so you have something in your wallet if or when you get started up.  I am just an observer myself, but it is the first coin I have mined a bit for, just PM me your addy if you get one.



Excellent. I wont spend it all at once Smiley

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October 14, 2011, 06:36:22 PM
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Here is the response to some questions I asked Cryptoexchange. Call it a Hunch, Paranoia or whatever but I am still not buying there is no collusion. Cryptoexchange made an announce to launch then pulled off simultaneously with Coinhunter pulling Solidcoin 1.0. In addition there is a lot of similar "design styling" between sites designed by another company of Cryptoxchange and Solidcoin.info.

+1

The wording of their hype is too similar (Grand claims w/o any proof)
The tone of their representatives is too similar
Their evasiveness of answering questions is too similar


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October 14, 2011, 07:08:30 PM
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Basically the "Big Victory" on the 17th is the Re Re - Announce of CryptoXchange LOL

No, the big victory of solidcoin on the 17th will be to show everybody that YOU are full of shit.
Not that it's big news, because everybody here KNOWS you are really full of shit.
Even the dudes that defend you know you are full of shit.

The clock is ticking, mofo...

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October 14, 2011, 09:51:01 PM
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Don't sweat it fucknut, I know there are currently 5 Trusted Nodes online (This should shock the shit out of CH) and I have found three so far. As soon as I locate the other two, I'll activate Coinhunters "Kill Switch" for him. Hint: The Trusted Nodes communicate with the clients every time they exercise control leaving a direct trackback to them.

Besides Solidcoin was hit hard on launch and it is already DOA on arrival By CH's "bait and switch" bullshit announcing 13 million premined coins after launch.

Most people don't like that kind of trickery;D Grin Grin

Ok, so when will you hack SC2 and kill the chain? Just give as a date, better to create some facts  Grin
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October 14, 2011, 10:08:23 PM
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Ok, so when will you hack SC2 and kill the chain? Just give as a date, better to create some facts  Grin

Network was already supposed to come to a grinding halt hours ago.... the difficulty is barely changing now.... guess he was blowing a lot of smoke again, no?....

Yeah, the difficulty is barely changing...

Yet, the block generation only at ~67% of where it should be.

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October 14, 2011, 10:17:32 PM
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Ok, so when will you hack SC2 and kill the chain? Just give as a date, better to create some facts  Grin

Network was already supposed to come to a grinding halt hours ago.... the difficulty is barely changing now.... guess he was blowing a lot of smoke again, no?....

Yeah, the difficulty is barely changing...

Yet, the block generation only at ~67% of where it should be.

I remember seeing CH say that the "ideal" block generation time is 120s, but the "probable" generation time is 90s. I'm not sure why there's a difference, but based on the last 21 blocks found by Coinotron, the block generation time is 84.45s.
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October 15, 2011, 02:41:56 AM
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Ok, so when will you hack SC2 and kill the chain? Just give as a date, better to create some facts  Grin

Network was already supposed to come to a grinding halt hours ago.... the difficulty is barely changing now.... guess he was blowing a lot of smoke again, no?....

Yeah, the difficulty is barely changing...

Yet, the block generation only at ~67% of where it should be.


Kinda makes sense, that being I was about 35% of total network rate when I dropped off. Early on I was over 80%.

Pics or it didn't happen... Full of shit, that's what you are lol

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October 15, 2011, 03:00:57 AM
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Hey Dumbass,
posted hash rate over the life of SC is better than pics.

Technically, it doesn't prove anything. I don't find the story believable, but it is possible that the hash rate was really caused by massive interest in SolidCoin. It could also be caused by CH having two options on his master client for "next difficulty increase" and "actual mining difficulty". Neither you nor CH have given us any empirical evidence to work with.
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October 15, 2011, 03:01:51 AM
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Ok, so when will you hack SC2 and kill the chain? Just give as a date, better to create some facts  Grin

Network was already supposed to come to a grinding halt hours ago.... the difficulty is barely changing now.... guess he was blowing a lot of smoke again, no?....

Yeah, the difficulty is barely changing...

Yet, the block generation only at ~67% of where it should be.


Kinda makes sense, that being I was about 35% of total network rate when I dropped off. Early on I was over 80%.

Pics or it didn't happen... Full of shit, that's what you are lol

Hey Dumbass,
posted hash rate over the life of SC is better than pics.

Imaginary hash rate?

I say the numbers you state are completely false, because I am the one who controls 69% of Solidcoin hash rate. And I stated it here, so, it is true like you all can see, hence turning the numbers BCEX gave completely false, because nobody can have more than 31% of the hashrate, given that I control 69%.


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October 15, 2011, 03:02:33 AM
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Ok, so when will you hack SC2 and kill the chain? Just give as a date, better to create some facts  Grin

Network was already supposed to come to a grinding halt hours ago.... the difficulty is barely changing now.... guess he was blowing a lot of smoke again, no?....

Yeah, the difficulty is barely changing...

Yet, the block generation only at ~67% of where it should be.


Kinda makes sense, that being I was about 35% of total network rate when I dropped off. Early on I was over 80%.

Pics or it didn't happen... Full of shit, that's what you are lol

Hey Dumbass,
posted hash rate over the life of SC is better than pics.

Hash rates are numbers. He needs pictures.  Grin

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October 15, 2011, 03:13:13 AM
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CH is really hitler, BCX is actually freddie mercury, and aliens are controlling bitcoin namecoin, AND solidcoin1/2 :O the connections are everywhere!

ZOMG Moo!
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