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June 03, 2014, 08:47:35 PM
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Everybody keeps talking about the neccessity to get more hash..
So, let's do it..
Everyone that reads this thread, should put his rig on it (if he's mining something else atm, like I was) and get another person to do it also, very simple..

With my homework done, I've put my 4k on EXE, and got a firend to bring another 2,5k

Who's second?


Hear! Hear! I'll be pointing some hash towards my old execoin pool.
Come join us at http://exe.poolz.net/
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June 03, 2014, 09:15:37 PM
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Everybody keeps talking about the neccessity to get more hash..
So, let's do it..
Everyone that reads this thread, should put his rig on it (if he's mining something else atm, like I was) and get another person to do it also, very simple..

With my homework done, I've put my 4k on EXE, and got a firend to bring another 2,5k

Who's second?


Hear! Hear! I'll be pointing some hash towards my old execoin pool.
Come join us at http://exe.poolz.net/

Why not http://exemerged.poolz.net? I'd imagine if you mine on the normal EXE pool the operator is just pocketing the MON and PLX.

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June 03, 2014, 11:06:42 PM
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Everybody keeps talking about the neccessity to get more hash..
So, let's do it..
Everyone that reads this thread, should put his rig on it (if he's mining something else atm, like I was) and get another person to do it also, very simple..

With my homework done, I've put my 4k on EXE, and got a firend to bring another 2,5k

Who's second?


Hear! Hear! I'll be pointing some hash towards my old execoin pool.
Come join us at http://exe.poolz.net/

Why not http://exemerged.poolz.net? I'd imagine if you mine on the normal EXE pool the operator is just pocketing the MON and PLX.

I'll check them out. Thanks
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June 04, 2014, 11:14:06 AM
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Everybody keeps talking about the neccessity to get more hash..
So, let's do it..
Everyone that reads this thread, should put his rig on it (if he's mining something else atm, like I was) and get another person to do it also, very simple..

Scrypt-N was killing me on my electric bill once the weather got warm, so it was either shut my rig down or switch to an X11/X13 coin.  I really wish Execoin's developers would consider switching algorithms.  Scrypt-N is finicky to optimize, uses almost as much power as Scrypt and there's the negative psychological aspect of seeing your hashrate so low (yes, I understand everyone's is equally low, so mining is still fair).

Changing the POW algorithm should generate some new miner interest in Execoin.
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June 04, 2014, 08:19:28 PM
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Everybody keeps talking about the neccessity to get more hash..
So, let's do it..
Everyone that reads this thread, should put his rig on it (if he's mining something else atm, like I was) and get another person to do it also, very simple..

Scrypt-N was killing me on my electric bill once the weather got warm, so it was either shut my rig down or switch to an X11/X13 coin.  I really wish Execoin's developers would consider switching algorithms.  Scrypt-N is finicky to optimize, uses almost as much power as Scrypt and there's the negative psychological aspect of seeing your hashrate so low (yes, I understand everyone's is equally low, so mining is still fair).

Changing the POW algorithm should generate some new miner interest in Execoin.


so what are you mining now?
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June 04, 2014, 09:43:01 PM
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SELL SELL SELL so i can buy cheap Cheesy

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June 05, 2014, 02:55:54 AM
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so what are you mining now?

Whatever X13 coin happens to be the most profitable at the moment.  I have no interest in holding them, since most of the coins are crap with no real direction other than "get on exchanges, separate investors from their BTC".  I only hold BTC, EXE, VTC, and LTC.    Smiley
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June 05, 2014, 07:32:20 AM
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so what are you mining now?

Whatever X13 coin happens to be the most profitable at the moment.  I have no interest in holding them, since most of the coins are crap with no real direction other than "get on exchanges, separate investors from their BTC".  I only hold BTC, EXE, VTC, and LTC.    Smiley


Same here. But since i keep my rig in a datacenter i have no issues with heat or electricity costs I keep mining EXE and these days it has excellent payouts!

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June 05, 2014, 08:59:53 AM
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so what are you mining now?

Whatever X13 coin happens to be the most profitable at the moment.  I have no interest in holding them, since most of the coins are crap with no real direction other than "get on exchanges, separate investors from their BTC".  I only hold BTC, EXE, VTC, and LTC.    Smiley


Same here. But since i keep my rig in a datacenter i have no issues with heat or electricity costs I keep mining EXE and these days it has excellent payouts!
Do the same thing.
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June 05, 2014, 09:07:18 PM
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can anyone explain the anon system to me. I think if someone would draw a picture like they use to explain other anon systems it would help bring attention to us . but at least a couple words explaining the anon

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June 05, 2014, 10:24:15 PM
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can anyone explain the anon system to me. I think if someone would draw a picture like they use to explain other anon systems it would help bring attention to us . but at least a couple words explaining the anon

It is not anonymous at the moment despite what is written in the title. Although the dev said he will integrate Stealth Addresses in the future. This will increase privacy, but will not render it anonymous (anonymity is much more difficult to achieve, anoncoin running through I2P or zerocash running through Tor will offer a much more complete anonymous network).

Stealth addresses will be nice addition to make EXE a good coin for shops imho. Because by using them the shops will keep their privacy and no one will be able to know how much EXE their account received. It is no business for any payors to know how much goods the shops solds. With bitcoin you have to reuse new addresses to hide amount you received, and those can be linked through the blockchain hence privacy is low. With a stealth address the privacy is garanteed and this is a good thing IMHO. Hence I am happy the dev want to implement this interesting feature.



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The primary benefit, the paper says, is that payors would not learn of other payments made to stealth addresses, while third-parties would not glean any information from the transaction at all.
More info : http://www.coindesk.com/stealth-addresses-secret-bitcoin-privacy/

IMHO the dev should remove "anonymous" from the topic and replace it with "private" and "Stealth addresses" when he will have implemented "Stealth address". No need to try to catch the current pseudo-anonymous scam coins ala DRK, XC, XLB and others. IMHO this is not good to mislabel a result of a technology to make it looks like another one, especially when Stealth addresses in themselves are an excellent technology which has its niche market, as a normal shopping feature for clearnet (not much shop owners would like their customers to watch their bank accounts, would they?). In contrast to several people posting above, I do not think Stealth addresses is something for darkmarket at all, it is totally of no use for darkmarkets.

Do it, dev! Let's implement them! Smiley
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June 06, 2014, 12:10:11 AM
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So if devs implement it now,EXE will 'First stealth addresses wallet'?

Devs,Can you speak something about progress of implement of stealth addresses?

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June 06, 2014, 07:07:46 AM
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So if devs implement it now,EXE will 'First stealth addresses wallet'?

Devs,Can you speak something about progress of implement of stealth addresses?

They need to wait for the Vertcoin Devs to implement this so they can copy pasta it.
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June 06, 2014, 08:03:54 AM
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So if devs implement it now,EXE will 'First stealth addresses wallet'?

Devs,Can you speak something about progress of implement of stealth addresses?

They need to wait for the Vertcoin Devs to implement this so they can copy pasta it.
Troll... the EXECoin devs have been quite active, and EXE saw many firsts in nscrypt development.  Vertcoin still doesn't have a lite java wallet as far as I know, for example.
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June 06, 2014, 08:42:24 AM
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So if devs implement it now,EXE will 'First stealth addresses wallet'?

Devs,Can you speak something about progress of implement of stealth addresses?

They need to wait for the Vertcoin Devs to implement this so they can copy pasta it.
troll...
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June 06, 2014, 10:55:15 AM
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Please keep away from the hyped "anon" craze. Much better to provide "privacy". It is much more appropriate a term to use from both the tech reality and consumer wishes point of view. It will be refreshing to have a coin not making empty promises. Privacy can be delivered. Anon, Stealth, Dark smell of dishonest.
Just a point of view.  Smiley
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June 06, 2014, 01:14:01 PM
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So if devs implement it now,EXE will 'First stealth addresses wallet'?

Devs,Can you speak something about progress of implement of stealth addresses?

They need to wait for the Vertcoin Devs to implement this so they can copy pasta it.
Troll... the EXECoin devs have been quite active, and EXE saw many firsts in nscrypt development.  Vertcoin still doesn't have a lite java wallet as far as I know, for example.

Bullshit, vtc has the same java wallet as execoin - done by the same dev, the same dude that also did the wowdoge wallet, there was absolutely no development involved by the execoin "dev" - you really dont want to know what shady shit happened there just so execoin could release it first, if you want to know ask the dev of that wallet.

The project was funded and paid by vertcoinmarket and is called vertigo wallet.

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June 06, 2014, 02:38:52 PM
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So if devs implement it now,EXE will 'First stealth addresses wallet'?

Devs,Can you speak something about progress of implement of stealth addresses?

They need to wait for the Vertcoin Devs to implement this so they can copy pasta it.
Troll... the EXECoin devs have been quite active, and EXE saw many firsts in nscrypt development.  Vertcoin still doesn't have a lite java wallet as far as I know, for example.

Would be nice if this were true since competition is always good for the market.

But the past has shown that EXE Devs are not able to make development on their own. So announcing the stealth addresses after VTC did is just another example for this.
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June 06, 2014, 03:18:20 PM
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Btw whats the meaning of Execoin. Is it Execution Coin?

Would be convenient since it slaughters dreams like there is no tomorrow.

Sorry but if i am accused of something i did not do its like a complimentary ticket for me  Grin
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June 06, 2014, 04:12:44 PM
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Btw whats the meaning of Execoin. Is it Execution Coin?

Would be convenient since it slaughters dreams like there is no tomorrow.

Sorry but if i am accused of something i did not do its like a complimentary ticket for me  Grin

I believe it is supposed to be Executive, but the first thing I usually think of is .exe

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