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March 24, 2014, 06:10:00 PM
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The problem is something else with letting any amount to be sent. If the difference is too big between the minimum and maximum, then after a big deposit, they are theoretically more than 25 new deposits to cover that one. I have seen this on some other BTC ponzis (where there was no guarantee fund, but there was a huge 1 to 10, or even 1 to 20 ration between the min. and max. amount). This is why I choose nowadays a 1 to 4 or 5 ratio.
 
The guarantee fund is very very important. Imagine the guarantee fund filling up, and having 12.000.000 LEAF now. It would be such a stable system. Basically everyone could just make deposits without worries because there is a very very small chance of loosing (and even if the deposits would stop chances are that all depositors would get back fully, or almost fully the entire amount they have deposited). So I am very keen on keeping this idea and system.

The problem is that I don't know how to involve more people. Sad Especially now, that my posts which contained a link to the site were deleted, because they were considered spam from a forum moderator. So I can not even post my own link at this post for example (which is very strange for me, because I see so manyyyyyy really BS ponzis, dice games, etc... marketed here). So why is exactly this one so bad, I don't get it.

But if there would be like 30-50 constant players this could go up literally to hundred and hundred lines (deposits), with a full amount of 12.000.000 LEAF guarantee fund (and if that would happen, you all can imagine that everybody would deposit relaxed).

Edit PS: very strangely I have seen other ponzis (they were in BTC), which so many deposits, even if payouts started to be random (not in the order deposits were made), and many other obvious problems (no guarantee fund, developer just cashed in all the money, and ended the chain at his own free will, etc). But they were in BTC, which makes me think that unfortunately among the altcoins there is very little interest for doing anything else with them as running to Cryptsy and try to sell it... which is too bad.

                                                                               
                 
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March 25, 2014, 07:45:43 PM
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Rules are clearly stated on your website and I think until now no one can say it's a shady operation. But in my opinion it could be improved. Ex: I should be able to change the addresses for payment linked to my account. What if I have problem with one of them and wish to use a new one?
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March 25, 2014, 08:53:56 PM
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Rules are clearly stated on your website and I think until now no one can say it's a shady operation. But in my opinion it could be improved. Ex: I should be able to change the addresses for payment linked to my account. What if I have problem with one of them and wish to use a new one?

Gandol, that is a very good observation: I will make that possible too.

Please move the discussion about here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=530377.0, as this is the dedicated thread for that.

Thanks.

                                                                               
                 
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March 26, 2014, 12:30:57 PM
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Why do people all want to sell at 3 sats..., don't understand
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March 26, 2014, 12:39:32 PM
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Why do people all want to sell at 3 sats..., don't understand
Because ppl thunk about what can they get right now, sell at 3 and re buy at 2,

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March 26, 2014, 02:01:33 PM
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we will have a major update on the wallets soon.

everyone will need to update ( android, multibit, windows, linux, unix, macosx ).

- p4f ( tested, diff nodes, works )
- centralized checkpointing ( tested, diff nodes, send checkpoint, check if arrives other node and is enforced, works )
- digishield ( tested, adjusts every block and is equal to digibyte solution, works )
- alert system updated
- flat rewards ( tested, works )
- higher coinbase maturity ( tested, works )
- merge mining ( almost implemented ( tested, works mergeid=77 )
- changed difference in time allowed between last block and newblock ( 35->13 )
- updated digishield for leafcoinj and leafcoinj-alice ( tested, works )
- merge mine for leafcoinj and *alice ( tested, works)
- bootstrap for new ( converted ) blockchain txdb ( todo )
- other things

these updates help to secure leaf more against attacks + some nice additional features.

+ some more news as i was informed Smiley

we try to push it all out as one major update on leaf. all updates were done by me. so this is why it took a bit of time.

we will do a final update giveaway.

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March 26, 2014, 02:23:16 PM
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we will have a major update on the wallets soon.

everyone will need to update ( android, multibit, windows, linux, unix, macosx ).

- p4f ( tested, diff nodes, works )
- centralized checkpointing ( tested, diff nodes, send checkpoint, check if arrives other node and is enforced, works )
- digishield ( tested, adjusts every block and is equal to digibyte solution, works )
- alert system updated
- flat rewards ( tested, works )
- higher coinbase maturity ( tested, works )
- merge mining ( almost implemented ( already implemented in test software ), testing soon, mergechain id = 77 )
- changed difference in time allowed between last block and newblock ( 35->13 )
- updated digishield for leafcoinj and leafcoinj-alice ( tested, works )
- merge mine for leafcoinj and *alice ( todo )
- bootstrap for new ( converted ) blockchain txdb
- other things

these updates help to secure leaf more against attacks + some nice additional features.

+ some more news as i was informed Smiley

we try to push it all out as one major update on leaf.

all updates were done by me. so this is why it took a bit of time.


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March 26, 2014, 02:43:19 PM
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we will have a major update on the wallets soon.

everyone will need to update ( android, multibit, windows, linux, unix, macosx ).

- p4f ( tested, diff nodes, works )
- centralized checkpointing ( tested, diff nodes, send checkpoint, check if arrives other node and is enforced, works )
- digishield ( tested, adjusts every block and is equal to digibyte solution, works )
- alert system updated
- flat rewards ( tested, works )
- higher coinbase maturity ( tested, works )
- merge mining ( almost implemented ( already implemented in test software ), testing soon, mergechain id = 77 )
- changed difference in time allowed between last block and newblock ( 35->13 )
- updated digishield for leafcoinj and leafcoinj-alice ( tested, works )
- merge mine for leafcoinj and *alice ( todo )
- bootstrap for new ( converted ) blockchain txdb
- other things

these updates help to secure leaf more against attacks + some nice additional features.

+ some more news as i was informed Smiley

we try to push it all out as one major update on leaf.

all updates were done by me. so this is why it took a bit of time.


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March 26, 2014, 02:48:38 PM
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we will have a major update on the wallets soon.

everyone will need to update ( android, multibit, windows, linux, unix, macosx ).

- p4f ( tested, diff nodes, works )
- centralized checkpointing ( tested, diff nodes, send checkpoint, check if arrives other node and is enforced, works )
- digishield ( tested, adjusts every block and is equal to digibyte solution, works )
- alert system updated
- flat rewards ( tested, works )
- higher coinbase maturity ( tested, works )
- merge mining ( almost implemented ( already implemented in test software ), testing soon, mergechain id = 77 )
- changed difference in time allowed between last block and newblock ( 35->13 )
- updated digishield for leafcoinj and leafcoinj-alice ( tested, works )
- merge mine for leafcoinj and *alice ( todo )
- bootstrap for new ( converted ) blockchain txdb
- other things

these updates help to secure leaf more against attacks + some nice additional features.

+ some more news as i was informed Smiley

we try to push it all out as one major update on leaf.

all updates were done by me. so this is why it took a bit of time.


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March 26, 2014, 02:53:12 PM
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The 10 Billion Fund for better Life
In cooperation with PenguinCoin, LeafCoin, Southern Charity Hub, +500 International Charities

We are launching the first and biggest ever charity fundraising using Crypto currency online

Campaign period: from 31, March 2014 to 31 December 2014
Fund target: 10 Billion coin
for participation contact us on: coordinator@leafco.in

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March 26, 2014, 03:57:39 PM
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Is there a problem / delay with deposits to cryptsy?   I have just sent some leaf from wallet over to cryptsy, but its not arrived some 30 mins later.

Or have I just sent coins from an old wallet version (gravity 3).   Doh.

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March 26, 2014, 04:04:15 PM
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Is there a problem / delay with deposits to cryptsy?   I have just sent some leaf from wallet over to cryptsy, but its not arrived some 30 mins later.

Or have I just sent coins from an old wallet version (gravity 3).   Doh.

hi,

gravity 3 is still the latest version.

so no issues from wallet.

please shoot in support ticket to cryptsy.

i had to do this as well about a week ago.

cheers

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March 26, 2014, 04:05:37 PM
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Cant see the transaction on the block explorer yet, so dont think its a fault of cryptsy.

Transaction ID from the wallet is:  d65fd0294ee04707a7d33f4cc574f84aec97c6e28a348aef957da6cb52cf221d


Not showing up on the block explorer, so maybe just need to give it a bit longer.

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March 26, 2014, 04:10:44 PM
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Why do people all want to sell at 3 sats..., don't understand

People try to buy back at a lower price. At 2 satoshi they end up with 1.5x the coins.
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March 26, 2014, 04:11:39 PM
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I think to keep my leafcoins still for a while. Hope they rise in the future.
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March 26, 2014, 04:35:39 PM
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Cant see the transaction on the block explorer yet, so dont think its a fault of cryptsy.

Transaction ID from the wallet is:  d65fd0294ee04707a7d33f4cc574f84aec97c6e28a348aef957da6cb52cf221d


Not showing up on the block explorer, so maybe just need to give it a bit longer.

hi,

can you check the number of confirmations?

you can optionally remove the d65fd0294ee04707a7d33f4cc574f84aec97c6e28a348aef957da6cb52cf221d from the wallet using pywallet.py

but thats only possible when not confirmed.

cheers.

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March 26, 2014, 05:31:50 PM
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The 10 Billion Fund for better Life
In cooperation with PenguinCoin, LeafCoin, Southern Charity Hub, +500 International Charities

We are launching the first and biggest ever charity fundraising using Crypto currency online

Campaign period: from 31, March 2014 to 31 December 2014
Fund target: 10 Billion coin
for participation contact us on: coordinator@leafco.in

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March 26, 2014, 07:41:35 PM
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The 10 Billion Fund for better Life
In cooperation with PenguinCoin, LeafCoin, Southern Charity Hub, +500 International Charities

We are launching the first and biggest ever charity fundraising using Crypto currency online

Campaign period: from 31, March 2014 to 31 December 2014
Fund target: 10 Billion coin
for participation contact us on: coordinator@leafco.in

other details comming soon

Good Job!

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The 10 Billion Fund for better Life
In cooperation with PenguinCoin, LeafCoin, Southern Charity Hub, +500 International Charities

We are launching the first and biggest ever charity fundraising using Crypto currency online

Campaign period: from 31, March 2014 to 31 December 2014
Fund target: 10 Billion coin
for participation contact us on: coordinator@leafco.in

other details comming soon






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March 27, 2014, 03:38:20 AM
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mcg, please remove coinmarket.io as an exchange.

They are a known scam site.

Here's proof:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454186


Btw, are there any legit sites that you can trade LEAF on? I don't like Cryptsy.
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