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June 06, 2014, 11:26:07 PM
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hardcore voter here,10-15 daily lol.

by the way, whatever happens at Mintpal, I will hold them until cryptoscene is really really biiig..
I havent seen a coin that wasn't pumpDumped when it reached mintpal. know Im sayin?

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June 06, 2014, 11:55:10 PM
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hardcore voter here,10-15 daily lol.

by the way, whatever happens at Mintpal, I will hold them until cryptoscene is really really biiig..
I havent seen a coin that wasn't pumpDumped when it reached mintpal. know Im sayin?
Thank you for your hardcore voting. We appreciate it. We just need to keep plugging away and the train will start moving again.
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June 07, 2014, 12:59:18 AM
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Any Forecast of what will be the Price of XBC when it reach the 1st TOP 5 Ranks on the Voting List at MintPal?

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June 07, 2014, 01:05:31 AM
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Any Forecast of what will be the Price of XBC when it reach the 1st TOP 5 Ranks on the Voting List at MintPal?
No, not really. XBC has been under attack from dumpers (bots?) trying to drive the price down so I'm very wary with price predictions. I can however tell you that we have a number of initiatives in the works and that we hope that that will take XBC to a higher valuation. We're executing on our plans; this is the best we can do to combat the low price. As for when this will happen or what the price will be, your guess is as good (probably even better) than mine.
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June 07, 2014, 03:13:09 AM
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can someone explain to me what exactly I need to do in my wallet so it starts staking? I had money in there for a week or so, the wallet is encrypted and unlocked, but everytime the client is closed it locks itself back up again and I don't see any interest or anything. I'm not entirely sure how this thing works so please help me out here.

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June 07, 2014, 03:25:52 AM
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can someone explain to me what exactly I need to do in my wallet so it starts staking? I had money in there for a week or so, the wallet is encrypted and unlocked, but everytime the client is closed it locks itself back up again and I don't see any interest or anything. I'm not entirely sure how this thing works so please help me out here.

You should remain your wallet unlocked, online  and open, in order for it to have the chance to stake.

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June 07, 2014, 03:27:17 AM
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Oh so it must be always running? I didn't realize that. Also does the wallet have to be encrypted?

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June 07, 2014, 03:28:47 AM
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Pls OP remove this one for unrelated posting.
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June 07, 2014, 03:29:24 AM
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Oh so it must be always running? I didn't realize that. Also does the wallet have to be encrypted?

It just need to be unlocked, open and running online.

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June 07, 2014, 07:49:46 AM
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There are only three coins above us on MP that seem to be moving. 

I think we'll be in the top 4 in a day or two.

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June 07, 2014, 08:44:55 AM
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Oh so it must be always running? I didn't realize that. Also does the wallet have to be encrypted?

To generate POS blocks you have to be connected to the network, so yes, the wallet needs to be running for any reward generation to happen. Remember, these blocks are what is keeping the network secure and verifying transactions.

Encryption is simply for wallet security. Unlocking is what is needed for your coins to enter maturity and be ready for staking.

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June 07, 2014, 08:57:02 AM
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From the page you linked to:

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They have come up with a solution that is not open source, and they are not willing to share it with the rest of the coins, and teach how to implement it.
No thank you then. I won't store my money on non-open source.
 
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June 07, 2014, 09:33:13 AM
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From the page you linked to:

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They have come up with a solution that is not open source, and they are not willing to share it with the rest of the coins, and teach how to implement it.
No thank you then. I won't store my money on non-open source.
 

I think it means drk and the others anon features aren't open sourced, but theres plans to be... isn't bitcoin already like 10x more anon then using your banks online interact or visa anyways??

I mean a low volume coin like xbc might want to be anon eventually if we get it to it's potential value... lol like in 5 years if bitcoins are worth 5,000 then xbc could be worth a heck of a lot more, for now I just want to see a stable growth and trust built back up so we can get back to what it was and continue on from there Wink

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June 07, 2014, 10:05:03 AM
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I mean a low volume coin like xbc might want to be anon eventually if we get it to it's potential value... lol like in 5 years if bitcoins are worth 5,000 then xbc could be worth a heck of a lot more, for now I just want to see a stable growth and trust built back up so we can get back to what it was and continue on from there Wink
Why do you want it to be anon? If XBC (or any coin for that matter) is worth a lot and you buy a USD 100K BMW with it, what good does anon do you? Your car is still registered to your name, so there's no doubt about the fact that it's yours. Even if you register it to your wife/girlfriend/aunt/whatever, the tax authorities can come to her and ask her where the money is from. I don't know about the US, but in many European countries, if you live in a million dollar house, drive a very expensive car, etc, but don't have an official income to match the expenses required for your lifestyle, the tax authorities will eventually inquire how you're paying for it and where the money came from.

I think anon is overrated because as soon as you buy a tangible real good (car, house, etc) with your anon funds, you're on record anyhow. And if you want to buy a bag of weed in a state/country where that is illegal, you might as well just pay cash. Sell a share of XBC, convert to bitcoin and withdraw from a bitcoin ATM (they'll be coming soon) and you have your anonymity.
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June 07, 2014, 02:07:55 PM
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Anon is god, understand it :

For example insurance companies will look into what you bought...
They see a paragliding set, a bear-slaughter equipment bought with BTC all from 1 wallet- imagine what happens- you get a call and have to pay more fees, 'cause they know your dangerous lifestyle now better.

There was a thread with 1000 examples, maybe I find it again.




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June 07, 2014, 03:54:02 PM
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Can a dev help me?
I used my old wallet and sent payment to Poloniex, it says it sent but i never got it on the exchange.
Can you please reverse it, it shows its unclaimed... What can i do??

http://xbc.blockx.info/get/tx/d7cb225d16976e917e546b4f50f3c567faaff18a48e5e937415580bfea1477c0


Status: 4493 confirmations
Date: 5/31/2014 12:25
To: Poloniex BSLKPyFP7obcR5FX2X25SikEDxaeSyfpL7
Debit: -10.00 XBC
Transaction fee: -0.00001 XBC
Net amount: -10.00001 XBC
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June 07, 2014, 04:50:35 PM
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here is my new stake =)  bbbiig stake =o)   i love xbc Cheesy



send me some 10 xbc's for thanks dev's Cheesy

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June 07, 2014, 05:05:15 PM
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Anon is god, understand it :

For example insurance companies will look into what you bought...
They see a paragliding set, a bear-slaughter equipment bought with BTC all from 1 wallet- imagine what happens- you get a call and have to pay more fees, 'cause they know your dangerous lifestyle now better.

There was a thread with 1000 examples, maybe I find it again.

Please find that thread, because right now your example doesn't apply to 99% of the population.
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June 07, 2014, 07:45:56 PM
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I just commented on the anon thing, I don't think it's important for XBC, theres better stuff to do.
We should also use  xbc to get more people into bitcoin in general.

I ordered some dogecards as giveaway ( loaded with 1000 Doge),lets see how that works out.

I don't want to take any more measures to increase my privacy here, and I also don't want any customer profiles of myself.

 can't find thread from yesterday,somebody wrote this:

Associating your address with a set of behavior gives others a reason to attempt to link it back to you.

My english is not ENOUGH to discuss that yunno ^^

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June 07, 2014, 10:34:32 PM
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I just commented on the anon thing, I don't think it's important for XBC, theres better stuff to do.
We should also use  xbc to get more people into bitcoin in general.

I ordered some dogecards as giveaway ( loaded with 1000 Doge),lets see how that works out.

I don't want to take any more measures to increase my privacy here, and I also don't want any customer profiles of myself.

 can't find thread from yesterday,somebody wrote this:

Associating your address with a set of behavior gives others a reason to attempt to link it back to you.

My english is not ENOUGH to discuss that yunno ^^

The thing is, if the government or any big organization with money wanted to find out your information, they'd find out. All that these anonymous coins do, is make it a bit harder to trace the transactions back to you. All either have central locations of the true transaction identities, or leave a transaction trail that leads back to the original address.

I agree with the first part, that anon tech is not very important for how we're proceeding with XBC. I would much rather we focus on a way to increase stability, increase vendor adoption, and improve our new-user-friendliness.

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