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October 27, 2011, 04:14:04 AM
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Ok, you win Roll Eyes. Have a nice day Grin.

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October 27, 2011, 04:14:41 AM
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October 27, 2011, 04:49:05 AM
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Slush, face it......YOU ARE A DOUCHE BAG.

You completely fucked everyone mining in the NMC network, while you did your 'testing' using 2TH/s of power to do so, stealing blocks, while cranking up the difficulty for those who actually were in it from the beginning, completely killing their chances prior to merged mining - their last hoorah ! . DEFINATELY NOT UNDERHANDED OR SLIMEY.......idiot.

If I was a Namecoin miner prior to Merged Mining, your name would be on top of my SHIT LIST.......but then again, I don't need to be a NMC miner for that, do I ?


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October 27, 2011, 07:45:37 AM
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If I was a Namecoin miner prior to Merged Mining, your name would be on top of my SHIT LIST.......but then again, I don't need to be a NMC miner for that, do I ?

If you were a Namecoin miner prior to Merged Mining, you probably would already know that slush was testing this and didn't announce because it was problematic. These things are not magical, people have to work on them, take risks, etc. Only an adolescent starts announcing things right away without even knowing if it would work. Maybe you should involve yourself in development, then you would get to know these things in advance.
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October 27, 2011, 09:07:40 AM
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Yeha spelling and grammar nazi when he implemented the merged mining contrary to everyone else he did it in secret with no announcement so people who actually would have been there for the merged had no chance to get that boost to their earning instead they were stuck on the smaller pools who were getting next to none of the blocks he was scamming up for his pool. In case you are too thick to get it no one but his already existing pool members got to benefit from his actions as they never had the chance to do so. It was only after people starting asking the question just what scumbag pool was scooping all the coins was it revealed it was the slush pool. As I said before who knows what he was up to we will never know if there was not the questions being asked if there would ever have been an announcement. Because of the scummy way he did it it leads to suspicions as to his motives to start with..

I have no wish to offend in any way, but people may take you more seriously if you use full-stops more often. Some very good writers can make a very long sentence readable, but generally 15 - 20 words a sentence provides best readablility for the average writer. Maybe you should start at 10 words per sentence? Just a thought.

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October 27, 2011, 09:41:22 AM
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That's everything what I want to say.
So then, without the NMC bounty, did you use BTC or cash to pay the Botnet OP to attack other pools in order to buy you enough time to be the first big pool to get merged mining completed and made public ?

Friendly neighborhood mod here.

Seriously? Is that what you're going with? When I was your age, I had to go barefoot through the snow 5 miles uphill both ways to troll.

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October 27, 2011, 01:13:10 PM
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If I was a Namecoin miner prior to Merged Mining, your name would be on top of my SHIT LIST.......but then again, I don't need to be a NMC miner for that, do I ?

 Grin Now I undestand. You just didn't get the whole picture. Please try to read dot-bit forum at first and understand the motivation of merged mining. Just one hint: No namecoin user which was really interested in NMC has a problem with slush mining at 2THash/s. It's quite the contrary. It was intended to get as much pools on board as possible to overcome the problem with way too less hashing power on the blockchain. We were even afraid of not getting enough hashing power. Thankfully slush helped out with this problem. Thus everybody following the posts on NMC forum did know, what was going to happen.
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October 27, 2011, 02:15:14 PM
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We should have a forum just for trolling (I realize there already may be one, and if so I'm glad I don't know about it yet).  This thread would fit nicely there...

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October 27, 2011, 02:22:59 PM
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We should have a forum just for trolling (I realize there already may be one, and if so I'm glad I don't know about it yet).  This thread would fit nicely there...

That would be... the entirety of bitcointalk.org.

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October 27, 2011, 02:26:52 PM
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October 27, 2011, 02:48:25 PM
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If I was a Namecoin miner prior to Merged Mining, your name would be on top of my SHIT LIST.......but then again, I don't need to be a NMC miner for that, do I ?

 Grin Now I undestand. You just didn't get the whole picture. Please try to read dot-bit forum at first and understand the motivation of merged mining. Just one hint: No namecoin user which was really interested in NMC has a problem with slush mining at 2THash/s. It's quite the contrary. It was intended to get as much pools on board as possible to overcome the problem with way too less hashing power on the blockchain. We were even afraid of not getting enough hashing power. Thankfully slush helped out with this problem. Thus everybody following the posts on NMC forum did know, what was going to happen.

Exactly.

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October 27, 2011, 06:57:25 PM
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Wait... how was Slush doing merged mining prior to the official MM block?  I thought the block chain wouldn't accept MM blocks prior to 24000 or whatever the block number was?

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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October 27, 2011, 07:09:39 PM
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If I was a Namecoin miner prior to Merged Mining, your name would be on top of my SHIT LIST.......but then again, I don't need to be a NMC miner for that, do I ?

 Grin Now I undestand. You just didn't get the whole picture. Please try to read dot-bit forum at first and understand the motivation of merged mining. Just one hint: No namecoin user which was really interested in NMC has a problem with slush mining at 2THash/s. It's quite the contrary. It was intended to get as much pools on board as possible to overcome the problem with way too less hashing power on the blockchain. We were even afraid of not getting enough hashing power. Thankfully slush helped out with this problem. Thus everybody following the posts on NMC forum did know, what was going to happen.

So you guys could just not be bothered telling the rest of us what was going on then. Screwing over the smaller pools and their users who were trying to help you out was part of the plan. Well let me thank you all for your generosity and kindness in this episode then be sure to call when/if you need it again we will be right there for ya.

Mhmm, so you are suggesting we should have started threads discussing the implications of merged mining two month before starting like: BTC/NMC merged mining available for testing (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=29074.0)?

or should have offered a testing pool at least one and a half month before starting like: [ALPHA.masterpool.eu] Merged Mining Test Pool - TESTNET - BTC & NMC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33247.msg416091#msg416091)?

Try to find the error  Wink

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October 27, 2011, 07:12:01 PM
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Wait... how was Slush doing merged mining prior to the official MM block?  I thought the block chain wouldn't accept MM blocks prior to 24000 or whatever the block number was?

We were eager to test merged mining and thus set starting block number on testnet to zero  Grin (http://dot-bit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1555#p1555)
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October 27, 2011, 07:19:18 PM
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We should have a forum just for trolling (I realize there already may be one, and if so I'm glad I don't know about it yet).  This thread would fit nicely there...

You know a forum is nice when it has a "Flames" section with no posts in it https://bitcoin.org.uk/forums/forum/43-flames/

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October 27, 2011, 07:22:54 PM
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We should have a forum just for trolling (I realize there already may be one, and if so I'm glad I don't know about it yet).  This thread would fit nicely there...

You know a forum is nice when it has a "Flames" section with no posts in it https://bitcoin.org.uk/forums/forum/43-flames/

Don't tempt me.

And don't think I have nothing to flame about...I....I have some of  Bruce's old posts from Dec 2010 on PCWorld.com

http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/213230/could_the_wikileaks_scandal_lead_to_new_virtual_currency.html


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October 27, 2011, 07:28:55 PM
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I am suggesting it should have been PUBLICLY announced before slush started like everyone else had the decency to do you guys can keep on defending his scumbag behaviour all you want, I'm not giving him a pass on the scam he pulled off.

Man, it just doesn't make any sense to me how this dude can me so heated over so little.  From my point of view, there was no scam. Everyone got what they deserved.  And there was no harm done.  The price of nmc actually went up a penny or two in the time between Slush announcing the change and the time when all the nmc were released.  So nobody can claim that they lost money.  And all you had to do to be in on the saved nmc was enter in a wallett address before accounting went live.  Not really hard to do...

Seems to me like there's probably some other reasons for bashing that aren't being made public, or maybe he just likes the entertainment value?

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October 27, 2011, 07:32:19 PM
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I am suggesting it should have been PUBLICLY announced before slush started like everyone else had the decency to do you guys can keep on defending his scumbag behaviour all you want, I'm not giving him a pass on the scam he pulled off.

Man, it just doesn't make any sense to me how this dude can me so heated over so little.  From my point of view, there was no scam. Everyone got what they deserved.  And there was no harm done.  The price of nmc actually went up a penny or two in the time between Slush announcing the change and the time when all the nmc were released.  So nobody can claim that they lost money.  And all you had to do to be in on the saved nmc was enter in a wallett address before accounting went live.  Not really hard to do...

Seems to me like there's probably some other reasons for bashing that aren't being made public, or maybe he just likes the entertainment value?

Him and a few others have hardon's for slush is all.  Just look at their post history, they troll just for the lawl's/reactions.

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October 27, 2011, 07:40:36 PM
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Wait... how was Slush doing merged mining prior to the official MM block?  I thought the block chain wouldn't accept MM blocks prior to 24000 or whatever the block number was?

We were eager to test merged mining and thus set starting block number on testnet to zero  Grin (http://dot-bit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1555#p1555)

Well so what if he was mining coins on NMC Testnet.  Do those have value or something? 

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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October 27, 2011, 07:52:38 PM
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Wait... how was Slush doing merged mining prior to the official MM block?  I thought the block chain wouldn't accept MM blocks prior to 24000 or whatever the block number was?

We were eager to test merged mining and thus set starting block number on testnet to zero  Grin (http://dot-bit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1555#p1555)

Well so what if he was mining coins on NMC Testnet.  Do those have value or something? 

Sorry, I don't get the picture. We were testing merged mining on different smaller setups on testnet. Slush for example supported testing with having his rigs mining on masterpool alpha.However AFAIK no one paid out testnet coins (well masterpool alpha did, but there was no real demand) merged mining started on block 19500. NMC community agreed on starting earlier after the hashing power on NMC blockchain faded from day to day. AFAIK slush even started some time after merged mining started on non-testnet as there were scalability issues with mm proxy.
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