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October 18, 2011, 03:27:57 AM
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If you're thinking about uninstalling the IXCoin software since no one really seems to use it, fire it up one last time and send me your IXCoins:

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October 18, 2011, 06:06:06 AM
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No problem!
You send your unwanted BTC first?
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October 18, 2011, 08:34:51 AM
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If you send to top address send 25% here and I will add to graphics bounty.
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October 18, 2011, 02:15:16 PM
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If you send to top address send 25% here and I will add to graphics bounty.

Nothing like leeching on other threads rather than starting your own, eh?

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October 18, 2011, 02:46:29 PM
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If you send to top address send 25% here and I will add to graphics bounty.

Nothing like leeching on other threads rather than starting your own, eh?
Speaking of leeching...
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October 18, 2011, 03:40:07 PM
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If you send to top address send 25% here and I will add to graphics bounty.

Nothing like leeching on other threads rather than starting your own, eh?
I'm a scammer.

I'm sorry, what'd you say?

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October 18, 2011, 03:41:08 PM
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If you send to top address send 25% here and I will add to graphics bounty.

Nothing like leeching on other threads rather than starting your own, eh?
I'm a scammer.

I'm sorry, what'd you say?
Hehe! I must've hit a nerve.
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October 18, 2011, 03:50:45 PM
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If you're thinking about uninstalling the IXCoin software since no one really seems to use it, fire it up one last time and send me your IXCoins:

xrZNjiqEW6P2fSaurBCxZEyKSCTC9BDMBB

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October 18, 2011, 07:50:27 PM
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Hehe! I must be a scammer.

Why are all your posts the same?

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October 18, 2011, 07:52:08 PM
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If you're thinking about uninstalling the IXCoin software since no one really seems to use it, fire it up one last time and send me your IXCoins:

xrZNjiqEW6P2fSaurBCxZEyKSCTC9BDMBB

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Looks like your client wasn't connected, because they never showed up.  Thanks anyway for the try.

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October 18, 2011, 07:52:44 PM
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Hehe! I must be a scammer.

Why are all your posts the same?
Would you prefer it if I started begging for *coins?
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October 18, 2011, 11:10:39 PM
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Ummm, not really using it? There's 8Ghash still mining the darn things which beats I0C, TBX, FBX, SC, and LTC combined. Yes, at 231 difficulty they aren't working very hard, but somebody apparently still feels the love for that little mutant coin.

But if you want to dump your trash:

IXC to:  xoJNPy4XKmn4ArJL9y3NMTWSf6bwtkxSA3    since I provided compelling data and analysis.

LTC to:  LchJ1tDr4rrnJKLmbfy36JRndG7NDBmy9E       because some people prefer to be lite about things.

I0C to:   jcVH6bm27wyntGsBuAaof1aDNcXQZJoJWQ   because with just 997,462 more I will be a millionaire and you can brag about making me one.


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October 19, 2011, 03:25:09 AM
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If you send to top address send 25% here and I will add to graphics bounty.

Nothing like leeching on other threads rather than starting your own, eh?

Then you can send all to the bounty and send you nothing.  I am willing to buy 100,000 for a BTC.
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October 20, 2011, 10:26:18 AM
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Ummm, not really using it? There's 8Ghash still mining the darn things which beats I0C, TBX, FBX, SC, and LTC combined. Yes, at 231 difficulty they aren't working very hard, but somebody apparently still feels the love for that little mutant coin.

you just compared a sha-256 currency to some scrypt currencies

are you retarded? my computer gets 3.4 khash/s mining FBX using the processor and 300 mhash/s mining BTC using my GPU

that's 90,000 times more "hashes" because the algorithm is different

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October 20, 2011, 11:06:54 AM
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IXCoin difficulty is going up, merged mining will be implemented as soon as some fixes are made.
It's not over...
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October 23, 2011, 05:55:39 AM
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October 24, 2011, 12:55:32 AM
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Ummm, not really using it? There's 8Ghash still mining the darn things which beats I0C, TBX, FBX, SC, and LTC combined. Yes, at 231 difficulty they aren't working very hard, but somebody apparently still feels the love for that little mutant coin.

you just compared a sha-256 currency to some scrypt currencies

are you retarded? my computer gets 3.4 khash/s mining FBX using the processor and 300 mhash/s mining BTC using my GPU

that's 90,000 times more "hashes" because the algorithm is different

"Are you retarded?" How dreadfully judgmental, and completely unacceptable in a social community such as this. And you then proudly proclaim that you are mining FBX? Have you heard of LTC or SC? Maybe some research would be in order if you want to use your processor for something worthwhile, while impressing all the big kids with your awe-inspiring 300MHash.

"90,000 times more..." while I appreciate your attempt to use math to support your trite ad hominem attack, you are off by a statistically significant amount. 90,000 times 3.4 Khash, would be 306,000 Mhash. Or 306 Ghash, or .306 of a Thash. Truly an epic fail.

And while your distinction of algorithm makes for a delightful chuckle, you are mistaken. Scrypt is actually an implementation of sha256 coded to run the algorithm using a CPU, rather than the code designed to maximize sha256 hashing on a GPU. Don't take my word for it read some source and educate yourself: https://github.com/coderrr/scrypt/blob/master/sha256.c. A far better standard to judge would be a comparison of value. If I invest X amount of electricity to produce a given amount of Y coins, what is that value compared to a baseline currency such as BTC. As I write this 4,167 iXC will buy you 1 BTC on an exchange. With 6 cores, and 2 minute blocks, I can produce 4,167 iXC in about 18 hours. Using a pair of 6970's and a pair of 6870's, which is what is running on my two office machines right now, I can produce 1 BTC in about 26.50 hours. It actually makes sound economic sense right now to produce the former and dump them off on buyers of the latter. And if I actively work the market, I can do that flip in about 12 hours.

So, in answer to your rather gauche question, no, I am not retarded. I am taking advantage of ignorant people who venture forth into this playground with their pants around their ankles, and their wits left at home.

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October 24, 2011, 06:02:59 AM
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"90,000 times more..." while I appreciate your attempt to use math to support your trite ad hominem attack, you are off by a statistically significant amount. 90,000 times 3.4 Khash, would be 306,000 Mhash. Or 306 Ghash, or .306 of a Thash. Truly an epic fail.


Indeed an epic fail. 90,000 x 3,4 Kh/s = 90,000 x 3,400 h/s = 306,000,000 h/s = 306 Mh/s

Primary school math, my children are obviously doing better than you.

Before deriding someone with such an arrogant attitude, please make sure you do the math.

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October 25, 2011, 02:57:54 PM
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A place to send your IXCoins to win IXC and BTC

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