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April 15, 2014, 01:09:38 AM
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I love the distribution of this coin. Will you check people's wallets when you distribute them the coins for round 2? And if they sent all of their coins to an exchange they will not get the second round? That would be great Cheesy
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I placed some in an exchange to have access away from home, but could easily send them back to my wallet. It should be easy for anyone to prove they did not dump the coins if need be. If they did dump then I guess they better start buying back at whatever the cost Grin

On a serious note, I can't speak for the devs but it does seem they are taking great measures to weed out abusers. Round 2 should leave us with an even stronger community.

But why did you even placed them to an exchange?
The only reason, because you want be able to sell your coins as quick as you can when the price is rising?

Actually, some of us use exchanges for other reasons than dumping.

I have 90% of my coins in three exchange and only trade with a couple coins.  The rest are just in storage.

First it is convenient, I can access my wallets from any computer.  Not every coin has an online wallet service.

Second I just don't trust the computer I am using.  It is an old XP machine about to die on me.

You might be right for the most part, but there are other reasons people transfer coins to an exchange.

why not just copying the wallet.dat file to your trusted computer ?
(there is a another method to import a address into a preexisting wallet too...)
I don't know, keeping 90% of your coins on exchanges is REALLY risky.  I lost 2k Blackcoins on Cryptorush when they pulled their BS. which wasn't a lot at the time but now at BC's peak it was a good chunk of change.  I personally don't leave more than what I would care to lose or trade in the next couple days on exchanges now.

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April 15, 2014, 01:10:49 AM
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I love the distribution of this coin. Will you check people's wallets when you distribute them the coins for round 2? And if they sent all of their coins to an exchange they will not get the second round? That would be great Cheesy
Grin

I placed some in an exchange to have access away from home, but could easily send them back to my wallet. It should be easy for anyone to prove they did not dump the coins if need be. If they did dump then I guess they better start buying back at whatever the cost Grin

On a serious note, I can't speak for the devs but it does seem they are taking great measures to weed out abusers. Round 2 should leave us with an even stronger community.

But why did you even placed them to an exchange?
The only reason, because you want be able to sell your coins as quick as you can when the price is rising?

Actually, some of us use exchanges for other reasons than dumping.

I have 90% of my coins in three exchange and only trade with a couple coins.  The rest are just in storage.

First it is convenient, I can access my wallets from any computer.  Not every coin has an online wallet service.

Second I just don't trust the computer I am using.  It is an old XP machine about to die on me.

You might be right for the most part, but there are other reasons people transfer coins to an exchange.

why not just copying the wallet.dat file to your trusted computer ?
(there is a another method to import a address into a preexisting wallet too...)
I don't know keeping 90% of your coins on exchanges is REALLY risky.  I lost 2k Blackcoins on Cryptorush when they pulled their BS. which wasn't a lot at the time but now at BC's peak it was a good chunk of change.  I personally don't leave more than what I would care to lose or trade in the next couple days on exchanges now.
+1 coinmarketio got alot of people also
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April 15, 2014, 01:18:34 AM
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WOW, it's wonderful.

I like the metal version!
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April 15, 2014, 01:21:25 AM
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I won't let the fact i'm new/late to the crypto scene and having less than the min 50 comments to qualify for the distro stop me from holding comm so i bought my first small parcel yesterday. i'll be spreading the word and will point my miners to the multipool when it's up!

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April 15, 2014, 01:22:51 AM
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I won't let the fact i'm new/late to the crypto scene and having less than the min 50 comments to qualify for the distro stop me from holding comm so i bought my first small parcel yesterday. i'll be spreading the word and will point my miners to the multipool when it's up!
great to have you here!!!!!!!! welcome Smiley   we already pledged and i believe the multipool is already running. Smiley
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April 15, 2014, 01:24:16 AM
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WOW, it's wonderful.

I like the metal version!

i also like the shadow effect too.

out of curiosity what software did u use to draw this?

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April 15, 2014, 01:26:24 AM
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MultiPool quick Stats

I have just checked and we haven't yet received any payouts.
There are 51 addresses created, not all of them are mining (I think probably many just tried it to see how it works)

I checked all the address on wafflepool and compiled the following table just to let everyone know how is the mining going after a few hours:

earned (not yet sent)0.01322058
expected (earned + unconverted)0.02842002
sent to you0.00000000
unconverted (approximate)0.01519944
Total Resultado0.05684004

Wafflepool is a very easy choice since they do not require an account to be created neither the payouts configured BUT they do charge 2% from every miner. I would recommend anyone willing to improve the profits to check http://WeMineALL.com or other similar options.

WeMineAll is from the same creators of WeMineLTC, they work with 0% fee and only ask anyone to configure a donation percentage (although it is not required).

As everything in life it also has its pros and cons, anyone willing to use these other options will need to create accounts and setup the miners accordingly (do not forget to setup auto-payout to be sent to the BTC address you got from our multipool).

Once again, thanks for everyone who donate COMM to me for the multipool, it was really nice to see all the transfers popping up all day long.

Adriano

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April 15, 2014, 01:26:58 AM
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Hi:

I hope i am eligible for round 2.

When I heard you will distribute the second round,I thought I need to apply for again.
So I use the same account and the same address apply again at http://communitycoin.info/apply/.
I don't want to cheat you to get the first free distribution again.

Thanks. Cheesy

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April 15, 2014, 01:27:31 AM
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I was told by coinpayments.net support that April 19th was the last day votes were being accepted for this public coin vote cycle. A vote cost you .001 BTC or about 50 cents (can also use LTC or DOGE) and requires you select a coin then send vote payment to their wallet address within 4 1/2 hours for vote to be recorded. Only 21 votes have been cast thus far so I think we can easily achieve this as a short term goal.
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April 15, 2014, 01:29:13 AM
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i ask comm coin again.

its good concept, but i have no coins.

Thanks for giveaway.  Grin

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April 15, 2014, 01:29:18 AM
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I'm glad to see the 2nd round distribution is begin.
So I wish I could join the Community in the 2nd round.

And let's continue to vote on Mintpal.
There is still a long way to go.
We need a lot of votes to landing Mintpal.

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April 15, 2014, 01:29:27 AM
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MultiPool quick Stats

I have just checked and we haven't yet received any payouts.
There are 51 addresses created, not all of them are mining (I think probably many just tried it to see how it works)

I checked all the address on wafflepool and compiled the following table just to let everyone know how is the mining going after a few hours:

earned (not yet sent)0.01322058
expected (earned + unconverted)0.02842002
sent to you0.00000000
unconverted (approximate)0.01519944
Total Resultado0.05684004

Wafflepool is a very easy choice since they do not require an account to be created neither the payouts configured BUT they do charge 2% from every miner. I would recommend anyone willing to improve the profits to check http://WeMineALL.com or other similar options.

WeMineAll is from the same creators of WeMineLTC, they work with 0% fee and only ask anyone to configure a donation percentage (although it is not required).

As everything in life it also has its pros and cons, anyone willing to use these other options will need to create accounts and setup the miners accordingly (do not forget to setup auto-payout to be sent to the BTC address you got from our multipool).

Once again, thanks for everyone who donate COMM to me for the multipool, it was really nice to see all the transfers popping up all day long.

Adriano
your very welcome i dont have a miner to try it out but i sent you because i appreciate all your hard work.  Cool
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April 15, 2014, 01:29:49 AM
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Now we should actively in various platform vote, so that people can understand COMM's great, but, I think MINT is the best platform! I'm positive vote!

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April 15, 2014, 01:30:47 AM
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MultiPool quick Stats

I have just checked and we haven't yet received any payouts.
There are 51 addresses created, not all of them are mining (I think probably many just tried it to see how it works)

I checked all the address on wafflepool and compiled the following table just to let everyone know how is the mining going after a few hours:

earned (not yet sent)0.01322058
expected (earned + unconverted)0.02842002
sent to you0.00000000
unconverted (approximate)0.01519944
Total Resultado0.05684004

Wafflepool is a very easy choice since they do not require an account to be created neither the payouts configured BUT they do charge 2% from every miner. I would recommend anyone willing to improve the profits to check http://WeMineALL.com or other similar options.

WeMineAll is from the same creators of WeMineLTC, they work with 0% fee and only ask anyone to configure a donation percentage (although it is not required).

As everything in life it also has its pros and cons, anyone willing to use these other options will need to create accounts and setup the miners accordingly (do not forget to setup auto-payout to be sent to the BTC address you got from our multipool).

Once again, thanks for everyone who donate COMM to me for the multipool, it was really nice to see all the transfers popping up all day long.

Adriano

Last thing I do tonite before bed will be to point all my miners/space heaters at the multi-pool.  Thank you Adriano.
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April 15, 2014, 01:31:30 AM
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MultiPool quick Stats

I have just checked and we haven't yet received any payouts.
There are 51 addresses created, not all of them are mining (I think probably many just tried it to see how it works)

I checked all the address on wafflepool and compiled the following table just to let everyone know how is the mining going after a few hours:

earned (not yet sent)0.01322058
expected (earned + unconverted)0.02842002
sent to you0.00000000
unconverted (approximate)0.01519944
Total Resultado0.05684004

Wafflepool is a very easy choice since they do not require an account to be created neither the payouts configured BUT they do charge 2% from every miner. I would recommend anyone willing to improve the profits to check http://WeMineALL.com or other similar options.

WeMineAll is from the same creators of WeMineLTC, they work with 0% fee and only ask anyone to configure a donation percentage (although it is not required).

As everything in life it also has its pros and cons, anyone willing to use these other options will need to create accounts and setup the miners accordingly (do not forget to setup auto-payout to be sent to the BTC address you got from our multipool).

Once again, thanks for everyone who donate COMM to me for the multipool, it was really nice to see all the transfers popping up all day long.

Adriano

awesome! i'm going to give the multipool a try

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April 15, 2014, 01:32:55 AM
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I love the distribution of this coin. Will you check people's wallets when you distribute them the coins for round 2? And if they sent all of their coins to an exchange they will not get the second round? That would be great Cheesy
Grin

I placed some in an exchange to have access away from home, but could easily send them back to my wallet. It should be easy for anyone to prove they did not dump the coins if need be. If they did dump then I guess they better start buying back at whatever the cost Grin

On a serious note, I can't speak for the devs but it does seem they are taking great measures to weed out abusers. Round 2 should leave us with an even stronger community.

But why did you even placed them to an exchange?
The only reason I see, because you want be able to sell your coins as quick as you can when the price is rising?
I also think so
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April 15, 2014, 01:34:55 AM
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WOW, it's wonderful.

I like the metal version!

Love it.  Pro work.
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April 15, 2014, 01:35:52 AM
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    what is the rule for people that can  get  the coin for stg1 and 2 , so many are  not clear ,how to fair ?

    eveyone knows you want to  make fair ,but without  open the detail can not make make trust !
  
     just suggest ,also you can balck  !
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April 15, 2014, 01:39:41 AM
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I am among the first distribution of this coin,
hope now I am back on round 2 list.
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April 15, 2014, 01:42:00 AM
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I am really looking forward to what COMM brings! I've just signed up for a share and hope I done everything correctly as I would really like to be involved!

I have noticed that while trying to download the newest wallet chrome completely blocks it from being downloaded. I had to use IE instead in case anyone else was having this problem.
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