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Author Topic: [BCN] Bytecoin. Secure, private, untraceable since 2012  (Read 1033359 times)
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September 05, 2014, 12:50:46 PM
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LOL

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September 05, 2014, 01:13:29 PM
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Is this true that Bytecoin is the second project by Satoshi Nakamoto since he decided to fix the errors that had been made in Bitcoin? Just curious, I read it in some article, but I'm not sure if it’s true.

 I heard a different version which I like better, a funny one -  that Bytecoin is another project by Satoshi who started it  because he had lost the keys to his BTC wallets. Unfortunately I don’t think we’ll ever find which one is true.
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September 05, 2014, 01:33:43 PM
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why no dev gui wallet?

why ? why?

bytecoin > BTC


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September 05, 2014, 01:44:52 PM
Last edit: September 05, 2014, 02:05:18 PM by Mig-23
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can you change the name

Newbie 10 posts. Why don't you go back to your Monero thread bumping duties.

name has a big influence,please do not think this is little thing.
how we can say this is different If from the name is equal
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September 05, 2014, 01:51:31 PM
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why no dev gui wallet?
why ? why?
bytecoin > BTC

Do you actually need one at this moment in time?
The CLI does everything a gui wallet can do.
Things like the multi signatures and further API development, as well as security, of course are much more interesting for the long term. Bytecoin is not a pump & dump and is here for the long term.
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September 05, 2014, 02:21:22 PM
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Bet on for the last time

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September 05, 2014, 04:38:46 PM
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LOL

Nuff said. Some people are obnoxious. Sometimes everything you can say is just LOL.

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September 05, 2014, 05:40:42 PM
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Bytecoin's Statement on Potential CryptoNote Vulnerability:
http://bytecoin.org/news#09-04-14

"The next significant feature scheduled for release later this week provides smart solutions for Bytecoin-accepting businesses."

Exactly what we need right now. I would be happy if i could get pizza paying with Bytecoins. Just like it's already possible with Bitcoin.
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September 05, 2014, 10:02:13 PM
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LOL

Nuff said. Some people are obnoxious. Sometimes everything you can say is just LOL.


Laughing Out Loud ... better?

I like Bytecoin (BCN). BYTECOIN.ORG the best to mine with MinerGate
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September 05, 2014, 10:47:57 PM
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The next significant feature scheduled for release later this week provides smart solutions for Bytecoin-accepting businesses.

Our key objective is to continue providing a support service of the highest standard and to add features to increase Bytecoin’s presence in the enterprise and the community.

Perhaps the day chosen is 11 S ??
Symbolically as a blow to the financial system ??

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September 06, 2014, 12:22:22 PM
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why no dev gui wallet?
why ? why?
bytecoin > BTC

Do you actually need one at this moment in time?
The CLI does everything a gui wallet can do.
Things like the multi signatures and further API development, as well as security, of course are much more interesting for the long term. Bytecoin is not a pump & dump and is here for the long term.


What make you so convenient that it is a long term coin not like BBQ coin? or other coins?
I am not so long ago came across this coin and mentioned it has almost no promotion that cause its low popularity and it low price, I think

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September 06, 2014, 02:10:45 PM
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The next significant feature scheduled for release later this week provides smart solutions for Bytecoin-accepting businesses.

Our key objective is to continue providing a support service of the highest standard and to add features to increase Bytecoin’s presence in the enterprise and the community.

Perhaps the day chosen is 11 S ??
Symbolically as a blow to the financial system ??


LMFAO

Even if the next addition would be Sept, 11th, it won't be anything close to what happen to the financial system in the past
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September 06, 2014, 09:38:14 PM
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Oh, man! Are you seriously so superstitious?


 I hope sept 11 will be an ordinary day
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September 06, 2014, 11:56:04 PM
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why no dev gui wallet?
why ? why?
bytecoin > BTC

Do you actually need one at this moment in time?
The CLI does everything a gui wallet can do.
Things like the multi signatures and further API development, as well as security, of course are much more interesting for the long term. Bytecoin is not a pump & dump and is here for the long term.


What make you so convenient that it is a long term coin not like BBQ coin? or other coins?
I am not so long ago came across this coin and mentioned it has almost no promotion that cause its low popularity and it low price, I think
From the updates we are seeing this is a long term project. The quality of the related projects is also extremely high.

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September 07, 2014, 07:18:15 AM
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why no dev gui wallet?
why ? why?
bytecoin > BTC

Do you actually need one at this moment in time?
The CLI does everything a gui wallet can do.
Things like the multi signatures and further API development, as well as security, of course are much more interesting for the long term. Bytecoin is not a pump & dump and is here for the long term.


What make you so convenient that it is a long term coin not like BBQ coin? or other coins?
I am not so long ago came across this coin and mentioned it has almost no promotion that cause its low popularity and it low price, I think
From the updates we are seeing this is a long term project. The quality of the related projects is also extremely high.


I am sure Bytecoin has all necessary features to be long term project
Low popularity is a result of lack of promotion. BCN devs didn't pay much attention for promoting the coin that's why there a lot of people who haven't heard about BCN yet

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September 07, 2014, 08:27:53 AM
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why no dev gui wallet?
why ? why?
bytecoin > BTC

Do you actually need one at this moment in time?
The CLI does everything a gui wallet can do.
Things like the multi signatures and further API development, as well as security, of course are much more interesting for the long term. Bytecoin is not a pump & dump and is here for the long term.


What make you so convenient that it is a long term coin not like BBQ coin? or other coins?
I am not so long ago came across this coin and mentioned it has almost no promotion that cause its low popularity and it low price, I think
From the updates we are seeing this is a long term project. The quality of the related projects is also extremely high.


I am sure Bytecoin has all necessary features to be long term project
Low popularity is a result of lack of promotion. BCN devs didn't pay much attention for promoting the coin that's why there a lot of people who haven't heard about BCN yet

Why don't the developers promote the coin? Promotion is as necessary as technology, service support, the name of the coin and updates. Now i can see that developers pay attention only to the code and have forgotten about other necessary things to move the coin forward.

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September 07, 2014, 09:47:20 AM
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why no dev gui wallet?
why ? why?
bytecoin > BTC

Do you actually need one at this moment in time?
The CLI does everything a gui wallet can do.
Things like the multi signatures and further API development, as well as security, of course are much more interesting for the long term. Bytecoin is not a pump & dump and is here for the long term.


What make you so convenient that it is a long term coin not like BBQ coin? or other coins?
I am not so long ago came across this coin and mentioned it has almost no promotion that cause its low popularity and it low price, I think
From the updates we are seeing this is a long term project. The quality of the related projects is also extremely high.


I am sure Bytecoin has all necessary features to be long term project
Low popularity is a result of lack of promotion. BCN devs didn't pay much attention for promoting the coin that's why there a lot of people who haven't heard about BCN yet

Why don't the developers promote the coin? Promotion is as necessary as technology, service support, the name of the coin and updates. Now i can see that developers pay attention only to the code and have forgotten about other necessary things to move the coin forward.

I can't answer from their on their behalf but I think that they've set the priorities so that in the first place is the development of code and they don't have enough time to think about other things necessary to make coin popular. But I might be wrong, I just wrote my own suggestion

Bytecoin (BCN) - true anonymity, privacy protection and only CPU-mining

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September 07, 2014, 09:55:01 AM
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Why don't the developers promote the coin? Promotion is as necessary as technology, service support, the name of the coin and updates. Now i can see that developers pay attention only to the code and have forgotten about other necessary things to move the coin forward.

Promoting the coin needs the dev's effort, it will expose who they are, which is not optimal for them considering they have premined 80% of the coins.
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September 07, 2014, 10:02:05 AM
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Why don't the developers promote the coin? Promotion is as necessary as technology, service support, the name of the coin and updates. Now i can see that developers pay attention only to the code and have forgotten about other necessary things to move the coin forward.

Promoting the coin needs the dev's effort, it will expose who they are, which is not optimal for them considering they have premined 80% of the coins.
Satoshi also premined 1 mil Bitcoins.

here are some promo news:

http://bitcoinwarrior.net/2014/08/chat-harry-bytecoin-anonymous-egalitarian-cryptocoin/

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/news/cryptonote-more-anonymous-than-bitcoin/

http://cryptocoinchronicle.com/2014/08/cryptonotecoin-cryptonote-technology-within/

http://coinbrief.net/bytecoin-bcn-state-of-the-art-cryptocurrency/

http://coinbrief.net/bytecoin-bcn-truly-anonymous-cryptocurrency/

http://coinbrief.net/bytecoin-bcn-multisig/

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September 07, 2014, 10:25:37 AM
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Devs, the question may sound silly but still,  why Bytecoin is CPU-mined only?
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