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Author Topic: [Donated $2k+ To Charity] Clean Water Coin: A Crypto Charity (Pure PoS)  (Read 195070 times)
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April 07, 2014, 03:56:15 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.

Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.

What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.
That would be stupid, it's like 5BTC++ we are talkin about.

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April 07, 2014, 04:02:07 PM
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Cry this is turning into a coin of tears, not clean water.
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April 07, 2014, 04:05:58 PM
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Cry this is turning into a coin of tears, not clean water.
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Is the tear clean  Huh
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April 07, 2014, 04:08:54 PM
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Cry this is turning into a coin of tears, not clean water.
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Is the tear clean  Huh

no, give back my IPO. 
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April 07, 2014, 04:12:18 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.

Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.

What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.

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I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 

If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.


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April 07, 2014, 04:21:19 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.

Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.

What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.

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I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 
If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.

as you said, what about the IPO investors ?  26 IPO BTC=10 million coins ,  now it is about 0.3BTC=10million coins .
IPO fund supports server, and other hard cost. the donated $2,ooo was also from IPO .
how can dev team treat their investors like this ? it's caused by dev's stupid mistake. right ?
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April 07, 2014, 04:26:04 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.

Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.

What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.

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I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 
If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.

as you said, what about the IPO investors ?  26 IPO BTC=10 million coins ,  now it is about 0.3BTC=10million coins .
IPO fund supports server, and other hard cost. the donated $2,ooo was also from IPO .
how can dev team treat their investors like this ? it's caused by dev's stupid mistake. right ?
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iiikkkxj I stand your point.
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April 07, 2014, 04:31:51 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.

Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.

What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.

+
I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 
If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.

as you said, what about the IPO investors ?  26 IPO BTC=10 million coins ,  now it is about 0.3BTC=10million coins .
IPO fund supports server, and other hard cost. the donated $2,ooo was also from IPO .
how can dev team treat their investors like this ? it's caused by dev's stupid mistake. right ?
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iiikkkxj I stand your point.

IPO investors know what they are getting into that's why its the highest risk / reward...keeping the market happy is better than people who risked funds before the project was even launched....
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April 07, 2014, 04:33:49 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.

Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.

What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.

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I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 
If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.

as you said, what about the IPO investors ?  26 IPO BTC=10 million coins ,  now it is about 0.3BTC=10million coins .
IPO fund supports server, and other hard cost. the donated $2,ooo was also from IPO .
how can dev team treat their investors like this ? it's caused by dev's stupid mistake. right ?

The best solution would be to delete those extra coins and compensate anyone who lost money with something reasonable.

For example if they spent 0.3 bitcoin buying up cheap Water coins, then they should at least receive 0.3 bitcoin worth of Water coins at the standard price after their cheap coins are destroyed.

Otherwise, one way or another you are screwing over one of the parties involved.  And in this case no-one did anything wrong except maybe the devs by allowing mining to go on for so long.

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April 07, 2014, 04:40:54 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.
Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.
What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.
+
I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 
If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.
as you said, what about the IPO investors ?  26 IPO BTC=10 million coins ,  now it is about 0.3BTC=10million coins .
IPO fund supports server, and other hard cost. the donated $2,ooo was also from IPO .
how can dev team treat their investors like this ? it's caused by dev's stupid mistake. right ?
+1
iiikkkxj I stand your point.
IPO investors know what they are getting into that's why its the highest risk / reward...keeping the market happy is better than people who risked funds before the project was even launched....
but it's caused by dev's stupid mistake, not market choice. there are still 24BTCs in the IPO fund , send back to investers ?  dev let their Shareholders down!
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April 07, 2014, 04:52:03 PM
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I agree with you. I am not an IT guys, but I guess they could shut down all the nodes, release a new client with reversed blockchain, new nodes and reforked to 7000 block. If the argument against it is 60% of people will have to accept the change, then I am pretty sure all the Clean Water Coin supporters will do that and we will operate on the right fork, while the second one with 450.000.000 coins (1/2 cap value) will die eventually.
Honestly, if they fork at 8000 leaving all those mined coins, I'm out. This is the worst thing they could do for CWC.
What about the coins, people bought between those 7000-8000 on an exchange, they will vanish, those are hard Bitcoins worth you are trying to delete ... I don't know but it's not that simple as just reverting a blockchain.
+
I don't think we should just delete the coins.  We should not punish people who saw a good deal and bought them on the market. 
If this happens without somehow compensating people who would end  up losing bitocin, then "I'm out" as well.
as you said, what about the IPO investors ?  26 IPO BTC=10 million coins ,  now it is about 0.3BTC=10million coins .
IPO fund supports server, and other hard cost. the donated $2,ooo was also from IPO .
how can dev team treat their investors like this ? it's caused by dev's stupid mistake. right ?
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iiikkkxj I stand your point.
IPO investors know what they are getting into that's why its the highest risk / reward...keeping the market happy is better than people who risked funds before the project was even launched....
but it's caused by dev's stupid mistake, not market choice. there are still 24BTCs in the IPO fund , send back to investers ?  dev let their Shareholders down!

It's all true, but I would take it calm, there is no real decision yet, and here 2 months later we will have a laugh about it. "Do you remember how bad the Dev's screwed up 2 months ago" - Dev's answer: "Oooo shut up alright" Smiley

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April 07, 2014, 04:54:29 PM
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still cant sync my wallet, anybody can share their .conf file? please ?
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April 07, 2014, 05:03:12 PM
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We have updated to the new wallet



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What new wallet?? Mine still isn't syncing, can anyone post a link to this new wallet?
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April 07, 2014, 05:04:10 PM
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Whats happening at hashing.at?

I have coins there not confirming since late last night and everything seems stuck and going nowhere.

 Huh
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We have updated to the new wallet



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What new wallet?? Mine still isn't syncing, can anyone post a link to this new wallet?

same Sad post the link of the syncing wallet...
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April 07, 2014, 05:28:44 PM
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http://water.suchpool.pw/

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April 07, 2014, 06:28:24 PM
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http://water.suchpool.pw/

768mh, all net 1.05gh

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game over

We should have reached block 8000 by now? I am seeing super cheap coins @ Bittrex still. So now, mining goes back to normal, things get fixed/cleaned up and calm down, and we see price start to rise as things swing back in to gear.

That is my prediction, anyway. If, I am wrong, I KNOW there will be someone there to let me know.  Wink

Look at some of the coins on Market watch sites. They have >1 Billion coins, and have HUGE price values. Do you REALLY think these coins will forever stay at 4-5 sat? Get real.

I am transferring BTC and getting some more, and the only reason I am writing this, is I think you should too, because if you are reading this, you are right now considered an "early investor" if you buy cheap coins. It's kinda like an unexpected chance at IPO.

Hopefully, some of this huge pile of new coins will be directed toward the CHARITY wallet before they are sold in to other's hands. Opinions on a "post-fork charity drive" to turn this in to something positive all around?

Zoom out, and you can see the mountain in front of you is actually just a mole-hill.

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April 07, 2014, 06:36:27 PM
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http://water.suchpool.pw/

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Your notion of game overs is very special indeed.
We are waiting for the dev's decision here. All statements have been made by the stakeholders. Tekkerr did us all a favor by closing that part of the story from the bright side. Depressed ones can always go out & pick some girls instead of spreading FUD. That's all for now IMHO.

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Come join the conversation in #CleanWaterCoin!
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Disappointing to see people that exploited the mistake trying to dump millions of coins. They are only ruining the demand.
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