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August 31, 2017, 08:28:12 AM
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Use https://minergate.com/a/96f008204840faf2be2b9ac6 to mine Bytecoin and other popular coins.
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August 31, 2017, 10:04:48 AM
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Come back again to price 120 Satoshi just wait and see
BCN Will starting again like last month ago , Has been a while BCN down and stagnan. today many people like to hold coins at the price of 2 digits.

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August 31, 2017, 10:09:52 AM
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Bytecoin Now Accepted In Indian Temples: Bytecoin Added As A Donation Method In The Indian Temples


http://cryptocoindaddy.com/bytecoin-now-accepted-in-indian-temples/

Can you name those temples?
The article is clearly a clickbait which says 'many' temples are accepting Bytecoin but doesn't name any. Also, no official announcement from the dev team. This is clearly wrong news.

https://coinreport.net/temples-india-increasingly-accepting-bytecoin-donations/#comment-165255

Temples in India are increasingly accepting bytecoin (BCN) as donation, according to a press release CoinReport received from bytecoin’s team, which received the news from BCN’s Indian community manager, Pundit Pawan Sharma.

The trend started with gurudwaras, which are places of worship in the Sikhism religion, in the cities of Delhi, Cochin, Madurai and Amritsar, says the release.

Temples are reportedly happy to accept bytecoin donations because cash usually sits idle with them, and being not-for-profit organizations, they are prohibited by the government to invest the donated funds. Bytecoin carries a liberation, as even if the temples save it in their wallets, they will see the price rise as others trade the digital currency on exchanges.

The biggest benefit that donors as well as the temples receive is no charge on the transaction. All that temples must do is generate a QR code for their wallet address and send it to their followers’ community using Facebook, Telegram, WhatsApp and other instant messaging apps. Community members share and spread the QR code with more followers.

Bytecoin is a digital currency where transactions are impossible to trace back. It enables very fast international remittances the world over, with the sender staying completely anonymous. “Gupt Daan” (Anonymous Donation) is already considered a supreme deed in the Hindu religion.

Hinduism is the main and majority religion of India, with over 79.8% of the population identifying themselves as Hindu, that accounts for roughly 966 million Hindus in India as of the official 2011 census report.
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August 31, 2017, 01:30:30 PM
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I mined some bytecoin, and lost more than 80% of it trading I didn't take it serious just interested in the technology. If these guys are greedy when they pre-mined the coin they lost a good amount of it already.

What kind of retarded logic fail is this. Because you are an idiot when it comes to trading and lost 80%, that means the Bytecoin team did too? WTF?!

I took it as he claimed to be part of the bcn team. But if the team lost money in trading their own coin, they are greedy. And this is a sign that a coin cannot survive. I believe that a lot of greedy devs are speculating with their own coins, this making their coin die.

Indeed human mankind is living with the wrong economy in their brain. I'm a retard for sure, and I'm sure that humans are retards without a single exception. And for retards there is a complementary economy that cannot fail. Because retards are not able to speculate, they are simply rebalancing. Rebalancing is a passive strategy, so does not need any intellectual property, and results in a gain narrow above the average. There does not exist such thing like "intelligence" or "rationality" with humans, they are arrogant beasts only.

Somebody remembers the study about apes, that are winning against all professional investors long term? You should be prepared for your near future, humans! Natural rules are applying to you the same way as they apply to the rest of this planet.
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August 31, 2017, 04:28:44 PM
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Bytecoin Now Accepted In Indian Temples: Bytecoin Added As A Donation Method In The Indian Temples


http://cryptocoindaddy.com/bytecoin-now-accepted-in-indian-temples/

Can you name those temples?
The article is clearly a clickbait which says 'many' temples are accepting Bytecoin but doesn't name any. Also, no official announcement from the dev team. This is clearly wrong news.

The article in question is now updated to cite the sources of the "Temple" news. BCN_Official cited it as well. Maybe you should read more often.

Read all that. Still no names of any temples. I will believe it when i see it, not some random uncredited article on internet.

That was the point of the other blog -- I didn't clarify:

This one: https://thecryptopapers.com/2017/08/29/bytecoin-dont-mess-with-india/

That there are layers of B.S. here.

Exactly...name those temples. Better yet, have that new Indian BCN Community Manager post a Youtube video. "This is Sikh Somebody...today he has accepted some BCN on his facebook account. He can't spend it, but he can hold it..." Huh?
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August 31, 2017, 06:21:47 PM
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Is this coin premined?

Everything is clear beside 0 fee. How it is possible? When I don't pay my fee, 'miner' doesn't receive his money... What will happen if all coins will be on network (no block reward) - how will you transfer your coins if there is no gain to process them?
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August 31, 2017, 07:24:36 PM
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These temples aren't checking out.

https://thecryptopapers.com/2017/08/31/bytecoin-and-the-crypto-coin-daddy/
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August 31, 2017, 08:05:56 PM
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Yep. Total bullshit. They think we are stupid enough to fall for such stunt.

I give an open challenge:

I have some acquaintances in India. If you (@BCN_official, do you hear me?) give me the names of just 2 of the temples that accept Bytecoin within next 24 hours, I will have my friends in India pay a personal visit to those temples and make a donation. This will be a solid publicity for Bytecoin, right? RIGHT?

So let's just do it and give me just 2 temples within 24 hours.
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August 31, 2017, 08:23:08 PM
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Yep. Total bullshit. They think we are stupid enough to fall for such stunt.

I give an open challenge:

I have some acquaintances in India. If you (@BCN_official, do you hear me?) give me the names of just 2 of the temples that accept Bytecoin within next 24 hours, I will have my friends in India pay a personal visit to those temples and make a donation. This will be a solid publicity for Bytecoin, right? RIGHT?

So let's just do it and give me just 2 temples within 24 hours.
Relax bro, she never answered to direct questions, just spread marketing bullshit....

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August 31, 2017, 08:50:25 PM
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Are You Kidding Me? This is just a mean guy! I'll not surprise if this "independent" writer got a "Donations" from Monero team.

Your article is bullshit! Your logic is like "Oh, he's from North Korea cause he's wearing red socks but as you know the red is the color of North Korea flag! That's it! He's a murder!"

I was respected you before....but now...you smells like a shit!

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August 31, 2017, 09:02:30 PM
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Monero

Why are you bringing up another coin?

Address the substance of the issues, especially the claims that have been made and are being made by the Bytecoin team (or alleged Bytecoin team) and whether they check out and can be verified. Either they do or don't.

In this case, they most certainly don't, which I guess answers my original question. If you can't win on facts, fight with obfuscation.
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Are You Kidding Me? This is just a mean guy! I'll not surprise if this "independent" writer got a "Donations" from Monero team.

Your article is bullshit! Your logic is like "Oh, he's from North Korea cause he's wearing red socks but as you know the red is the color of North Korea flag! That's it! He's a murder!"

I was respected you before....but now...you smells like a shit!



No donations from anyone -- ever.

Talk about my logic, your jokes are as scammy as BCN.

If Bytecoin is going to offer news, then they ought to substantiate it.

Anyone can say, "You, know, BCN is getting really popular in Canada, many churches are accepting it on their facebook accounts. Trust me, it is true. I heard someone talking about it."

Were is the evidence?

If they are going to report the news, they ought to check their sources.
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August 31, 2017, 09:20:27 PM
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https://thecryptopapers.com/2017/08/31/bytecoin-and-the-crypto-coin-daddy/

That article doesn't even provide evidence for its claims, it just throws baseless accusations
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August 31, 2017, 09:38:51 PM
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baseless accusations

Really? I thought it was clear.

Can you provide evidence that temples in India are receiving BCN donations?

A video interview? A news report from a reputable news agency? A sworn statement from a Sikh?
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September 01, 2017, 10:23:31 AM
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Here we are! New Bytecoin Wallet release

Version 2.1.1 for Reference Client & 1.1.9.2 for GUI!


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September 01, 2017, 10:32:22 AM
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Here we are! New Bytecoin Wallet release

Version 2.1.1 for Reference Client & 1.1.9.2 for GUI!



Good work, i am confident bytecoin wil reach $1 in next 2 to 3 years.
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September 01, 2017, 03:51:35 PM
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Dear All,

I would like to introduce myself as Pundit Pawan Sharma and I am Community Manager for ByteCoin India. I registered in bitcointalk today only, just to add my two cents to this thread which is going on since the beginning of time I would say. Couple of things about me -

Pundit Pawan Sharma is my real name and can be searched on LinkedIn & Facebook.
I am an IT Infrastructure & Security Consultant for 15 Years.

Why I am telling this is bcoz I am a real person and not a proxy or pseudo identity and guys who are connected with me on LinkedIn or Facebook will vouch for my credibility. This matter to plenty of guys here as I can see.

When I told Jenny that we are helping couple of temples here in India to reconnect with their old followers who are now migrant workers in Dubai & Singapore and are able to get donations using FreeWallet on their cheap android phones, We both felt its a great news and people should know and accept this as a great use case. Since both of us are new to Community Management we had no idea that people who belong to an ecosystem which is completely based on anonymity and are themselves communicating use fake ID’s would be so concerned about the identity of the temples.

I am surprised to see that guys here are even willing to send their friends to temples just to reveal their names. This is amazing to see that flag bearers of complete anonymity are putting in so much effort to remove anonymity covers of others.

Anyways, I would like to Thank everybody who doubted or countered our news and in fact from the core of my heart because it is just because of you guys we are on track of making ByteCoin Donations legal in India. Soon we would be unveiling our new portal and you would love to have look at the key features of the portal -

Religious Institution & NGO’s would be able to create profile on the portal.
All profiles would be approved after manual verifications by designated community members to avoid fake fundraising incidents.
Key contacts of the institutions would be listed under profile and users would be able to communicate with them via portal
Our Portal would manage the compliance part for the institution by keeping all donation & trade records.
Institutions would be able to create their own need based fundraisers.
All donations received by Institutions would be publicly visible.
Users will still be able to donate anonymously by simply scanning the QR code or copying the address of the respective institution. (No Registration Required)

Plenty of features like smart support & systematic withdrawal would be revealed later.

Now I know there are few guys, who are deeply in love with BCN ;-) would get butterflies in their stomach to know the launch date, Let me give you hint of it.

My friend posses very detailed knowledge about India would also know that despite all the efforts to improve "Ease of Doing Business” rank by PM Modi, company formation & Bank account still takes 4 weeks in India. Meanwhile our team would be working on the platform & integration part and we have some more important milestones to achieve like -

We have to release payment processor plugins for Wordpress, Woocommerce & Magento by 21st Sep.
Followed by plugin for OSCommerce, OpenKart & Zenkart.
PHP IPN for PHP integration.

In the end I would like to add a line from José Emilio - “We are all hypocrites. We cannot see ourselves or judge ourselves the way we see and judge others.”

Also I am not very active on BitCoinTalk as I am “Deaf to Negativity” and have a community to build so please bear if I do not reply frequently.

Regards,
Pundit

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September 01, 2017, 07:06:27 PM
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Incredible! Amazing!
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September 02, 2017, 03:51:13 AM
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Dear SQBit,

Yes I am very active on BCN Slack & Telegram channel and also on Bytecoin India website because I have a community to build and manage. I try to put most of my time & efforts where my community needs it. My users are not here on this thread but in slack & telegram. I love to spend my time troubleshooting issues my users are facing with their wallets, miners and their queries about ByteCoin.

We send average 100 emails everyday to tech companies, exchanges & potential application designers and thats just me, there are 8 more community managers who are doing same in their own capacity and this demands our time and plenty of it.

Also I did not said I am not willing to reply, what I said was I am not very active on Bitcointalk but will still reply from time to time because as community managers our prime job is to help our community, build it further, Listen to voices of our users and get new features added, not just writing refutations here.

I hope you would understand that we all have limited time in day and we all try to achieve what we love during those hours.

Also we would love if you could make your visits regular instead of occasional bcoz we answer queries much more faster there.

Have Good Weekend Ahead !!

Regards,
Pundit
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