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Author Topic: [BCN] Bytecoin. Secure, private, untraceable since 2012  (Read 1041387 times)
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June 09, 2014, 09:05:16 AM
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UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb
This proves exactly nothing.
Unless we crack the password and find 100M inside the wallet (or 0).
BTW, beware with this site. There are some malware links.

Unless... in this case someone is lucky to find out the password that would change his/her balance and, furthermore, would make this situation clear. Let's try our luck? ! Cheesy

Have anyone tried ?

Now news from wildboy... it's a pity

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June 09, 2014, 09:09:07 AM
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UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb
This proves exactly nothing.
Unless we crack the password and find 100M inside the wallet (or 0).
BTW, beware with this site. There are some malware links.

Unless... in this case someone is lucky to find out the password that would change his/her balance and, furthermore, would make this situation clear. Let's try our luck? ! Cheesy

Have anyone tried ?

Now news from wildboy... it's a pity

Yeah. 3 pints of my favourite beer didn't help me with my manual bruteforce this weekend =)
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June 09, 2014, 09:16:24 AM
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Just begun to mine it on minergate and I have a noob question - how to get coins out of minergate  ? I've tried to transfer coins to my wallet from minergate but unsuccessfully

On Poloniex you need your Payment ID but there is no Payment ID on minergate.

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June 09, 2014, 09:24:07 AM
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a good coin destroyed with a retarded huge premine

was also the first cryptonight if i'm not mistaken...shame
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June 09, 2014, 09:31:04 AM
Last edit: June 09, 2014, 10:52:46 AM by mindless
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Just begun to mine it on minergate and I have a noob question - how to get coins out of minergate  ? I've tried to transfer coins to my wallet from minergate but unsuccessfully

On Poloniex you need your Payment ID but there is no Payment ID on minergate.
You can't, you will have to create your own wallet and do the transfer from it.

a good coin destroyed with a retarded huge premine

was also the first cryptonight if i'm not mistaken...shame

You are badly informed about premining, read the last few pages and you will see that there were no premining.

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June 09, 2014, 11:40:27 AM
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Just begun to mine it on minergate and I have a noob question - how to get coins out of minergate  ? I've tried to transfer coins to my wallet from minergate but unsuccessfully

On Poloniex you need your Payment ID but there is no Payment ID on minergate.
You can't, you will have to create your own wallet and do the transfer from it.

a good coin destroyed with a retarded huge premine

was also the first cryptonight if i'm not mistaken...shame

You are badly informed about premining, read the last few pages and you will see that there were no premining.

The premine is indisputable. I'm an investor in BCN and have been for a while, but please don't try to make out that the premine didn't happen. This kind of ignorant defense is going to give us all a bad name.
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June 09, 2014, 12:49:31 PM
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Hello,
I've got a trouble with my BCN wallet.. Yesterday, I created a wallet but my PC wasnt synchronizated with blockchain info.. After that I've started to mine coins to that wallet.. Today (after synchronization with blockchain is done) I'm trying to login to that wallet and I get an error: Error: wallet failed to connect to daemon (http://localhost:8081).
Is my wallet alright or it's fucked up already and I lost my 25k of BCN (which I mined yesterday)..
Thanks for help.
You have to keep the daemon running. My guess is that you close the daemon and try to access the wallet without the daemon running.

Check pic, I have created 2 wallets, both do not respond right now... What should I do?
Could it be a problem, that I've created a wallet and didint enter save command?
Image link: http://s24.postimg.org/ad2dyel3p/error.jpg
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June 09, 2014, 01:31:43 PM
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Welcome to our Cryptonight pool network: http://ext-pool.net/

http://bcn.ext-pool.net - Bytecoin pool

ps: https://cpu-cloud.net/ -  CPU-CLOUD - per hour server rent for cpu coins mining.

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June 09, 2014, 02:18:07 PM
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Hello,
I've got a trouble with my BCN wallet.. Yesterday, I created a wallet but my PC wasnt synchronizated with blockchain info.. After that I've started to mine coins to that wallet.. Today (after synchronization with blockchain is done) I'm trying to login to that wallet and I get an error: Error: wallet failed to connect to daemon (http://localhost:8081).
Is my wallet alright or it's fucked up already and I lost my 25k of BCN (which I mined yesterday)..
Thanks for help.
You have to keep the daemon running. My guess is that you close the daemon and try to access the wallet without the daemon running.

Check pic, I have created 2 wallets, both do not respond right now... What should I do?
Could it be a problem, that I've created a wallet and didint enter save command?
Image link: http://s24.postimg.org/ad2dyel3p/error.jpg
your server daemon (bytecoind) should be synchronized before you can connect to it via your client wallet (simplewallet)
On your screenshot, it shows "2 days behind", so you're just a few MB away from sync Wink
FYI, blockchain.bin is 2.5 GB atm, height is 498597

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June 09, 2014, 03:28:54 PM
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Bytecoin difficulty has reached its highest value ever: 45,183,198 and steadily growing every hour.
Even on poloniex no one is selling for less than 0.06 per Mil. BCN and there are buy orders for over 10BTC ranging from 0.02 to 0.05 per Mil. no one is taking.

This is a great sign for investors Smiley

My guess is that some part of the BCN community knows that something serious is coming up and they are silently mining as much as possible.
This is probably related to the email DStrange has posted earlier:


I really wish they would just contact us (dev.mc2@gmail.com or #monero-dev on freenode), as we're probably planning to integrate a lot of the same features as they are, for example database implementation.

Code:
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I really wish they would just contact us (dev.mc2@gmail.com or #monero-dev on freenode), as we're probably planning to integrate a lot of the same features as they are, for example database implementation.

lol, you are planning to integrate a lot of same features. Of course you are, you will do everything that bcn do, because you are copypasters.  but monero is absolutely useless - it is just a fork of bytecoin and its technology.

Also monero smells like scam because of its HUGE mine with trojans and GPU mining before official announce of GPU miners.
Just look at all cryptonote coins and you will see that monero is a sinking ship.

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I really wish they would just contact us (dev.mc2@gmail.com or #monero-dev on freenode), as we're probably planning to integrate a lot of the same features as they are, for example database implementation.

lol, you are planning to integrate a lot of same features. Of course you are, you will do everything that bcn do, because you are copypasters.  but monero is absolutely useless - it is just a fork of bytecoin and its technology.

Also monero smells like scam because of its HUGE mine with trojans and GPU mining before official announce of GPU miners.
Just look at all cryptonote coins and you will see that monero is a sinking ship.


I disagree, Monero is a great coin and a very popular one. Developers are doing a great job supporting and marketing it.
My prediction is that both BCN and XMR will go up together.

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I really wish they would just contact us (dev.mc2@gmail.com or #monero-dev on freenode), as we're probably planning to integrate a lot of the same features as they are, for example database implementation.

lol, you are planning to integrate a lot of same features. Of course you are, you will do everything that bcn do, because you are copypasters.  but monero is absolutely useless - it is just a fork of bytecoin and its technology.

Also monero smells like scam because of its HUGE mine with trojans and GPU mining before official announce of GPU miners.
Just look at all cryptonote coins and you will see that monero is a sinking ship.

Okay.

So far we:
- Fixed the blockreward code that TFT broke
- Added lots of new RPC calls
- Are fixing the weird fixed tx fee system
- Fixed some of the other RPC calls
- Optimized the slowhash code performance about 20 fold (which ByteCoin ganked after from QCN and barely credited us for)
- Are implementing electrum deterministic wallets (code is already done)
- Are implementing a database
- Are fixing some of the network code
- Have almost completely coded an integrated QT wallet (Neozaru) that makes use of our new RPC calls
- Added the first open source pool infrastructure with the help of zone117x (who continually works to improve the pool)

Code:
XMR: 44GBHzv6ZyQdJkjqZje6KLZ3xSyN1hBSFAnLP6EAqJtCRVzMzZmeXTC2AHKDS9aEDTRKmo6a6o9r9j86pYfhCWDkKjbtcns
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June 09, 2014, 03:53:07 PM
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I really wish they would just contact us (dev.mc2@gmail.com or #monero-dev on freenode), as we're probably planning to integrate a lot of the same features as they are, for example database implementation.

lol, you are planning to integrate a lot of same features. Of course you are, you will do everything that bcn do, because you are copypasters.  but monero is absolutely useless - it is just a fork of bytecoin and its technology.

Also monero smells like scam because of its HUGE mine with trojans and GPU mining before official announce of GPU miners.
Just look at all cryptonote coins and you will see that monero is a sinking ship.



this is ducking awesome!!!
compiling right now to look at, looks like that is an announcement of brand new Cryptonote based cryptocurrency.

You look like a guy that hates copypasters Cheesy
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June 09, 2014, 04:10:49 PM
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- Added the first open source pool infrastructure with the help of zone117x (who continually works to improve the pool)

This one was awesome, and absolutely a must for any new coin. Having said that I still don't see the need for a new fork (at least first improve what you don't like!) just to provide some cosmetic improvements and a "fair" launch. The Bitmonero launch was more open than the Bytecoin one, sure, but fair ? A fair launch simply don't exist, we should have learned that by now.

The best path to take IMHO is :
- Buy Bytecoin.
- Help improve the Bytecoin code.

Instead of this we try to cannibalize each other to dead. This make me understand why some people choose to remain anonymous.

Investors ? Please, we don't invest here, we gamble Wink
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June 09, 2014, 04:28:52 PM
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If I remember exactly, Bytecoin is rebranded as PreminedALot
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If I remember exactly, Bytecoin is rebranded as PreminedALot

Best joke ever! Bravo!
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June 09, 2014, 05:13:49 PM
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You know the potential of something because of the number of trolls that prey it.
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June 09, 2014, 05:15:44 PM
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In my opinion, ByteCoin is not premined.  Others who are butthurt tend to disagree, but the fact of the matter is that it is debatable because the coin wasn't "premined" in the strict sense of the word.  FUDsters throw that around way too much.  If anything DarkCoin was 50% premined because half of the current coins were instamined within 48 hours of launch!  Look at all the DarkCoin fanboys, blind to reality.  ByteCoin was relatively unknown to the public, so they scream premined!!1 when in actuality it was mined by thousands of people for a few years.  BCN is the real deal...Monero is a poorly marketed and branded copy cat and DarkCoin has it's many flaws which I don't need to get into.  BCN and ducknote FTW.
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In my opinion, ByteCoin is not premined.  Others who are butthurt tend to disagree, but the fact of the matter is that it is debatable because the coin wasn't "premined" in the strict sense of the word.  FUDsters throw that around way too much.  If anything DarkCoin was 50% premined because half of the current coins were instamined within 48 hours of launch!  Look at all the DarkCoin fanboys, blind to reality.  ByteCoin was relatively unknown to the public, so they scream premined!!1 when in actuality it was mined by thousands of people for a few years.  BCN is the real deal...Monero is a poorly marketed and branded copy cat and DarkCoin has it's many flaws which I don't need to get into.  BCN and ducknote FTW.

It was MINED by THOUSANDS of people, yet completely unknown to the crypto community. You can't believe that now can you?

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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