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June 11, 2014, 11:35:48 AM
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my friends said the coin will be bery good.they said  sim will be generation 3 coin.
but i cannot see it.speed is only one of sepc

Don't listen to friends, listen to the dev: "That's why I want to build upon ideas from Bitcoin, Ripple and NXT and create a simple coin with the goal of not adding more and more confusing features, but rather focusing on three S'es: Speed, Security, Simplicity".

and i think this is a really fantastic feature Wink
everthing else can be build on top of it (even distributed asset exchanges)

Oh yeah. If the dev makes 1 sec confirmations it'll be in top 2 right after Bitcoin in a year.

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June 11, 2014, 11:36:30 AM
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my friends said the coin will be bery good.they said  sim will be generation 3 coin.
but i cannot see it.speed is only one of sepc

Don't listen to friends, listen to the dev: "That's why I want to build upon ideas from Bitcoin, Ripple and NXT and create a simple coin with the goal of not adding more and more confusing features, but rather focusing on three S'es: Speed, Security, Simplicity".

and i think this is a really fantastic feature Wink
everthing else can be build on top of it (even distributed asset exchanges)

Oh yeah. If the dev makes 1 sec confirmations it'll be in top 2 right after Bitcoin in a year.

+ no blockchain!!! No more downloading that huge chain slug!

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June 11, 2014, 11:49:59 AM
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I am a black swan hunter and this is surely starting to look like one.  Cool
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June 11, 2014, 12:16:48 PM
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Oh yeah. If the dev makes 1 sec confirmations it'll be in top 2 right after Bitcoin in a year.

dont make me all excited peeps
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June 11, 2014, 02:06:14 PM
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I think badges design are solely determined by space of using i.e. exchange. It doesn't make much sense to do the job until you can actually put them into the layout.

Wise words. The exchange will look almost exactly like NxtChg.com - no time to restyle it.

So it will be the same, lame homegrown "design", just white pages basically.

@dzarmush - any chance you have time to participate in the Badge Bounty?

No need to bother "big guns" with this. I hope we could find more of "an aspiring young artist" kind of folks Smiley

They have a good chance to show off their skill and get paid at the same time.

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June 11, 2014, 02:14:44 PM
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my friends said the coin will be bery good.they said  sim will be generation 3 coin.

I remember what people's "friends" used to tell them while the IPO was still open: "don't invest, it's a scam".

Now they're saying it's 3rd gen?!  Grin


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June 11, 2014, 02:52:54 PM
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I still remember your exchange with its pathetic fixed 6 digit number password

I kindly ask you to stay away from this topic. Otherwise you will be reported.

You're an idiot and idiots are not welcomed here.

The password was 8 mixed-case characters + digits. That's 218,340,105,584,896 combinations.

If that password is pathetic - go and bruteforce it over the network, moron.

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June 11, 2014, 02:58:53 PM
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You can report as much as you like. But I will re-post again gain and again. It is my right to speak in public.

That's for moderators.

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June 11, 2014, 03:05:25 PM
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I will be back in from 30 minutes to 3 hours.  Grin Wink Cheesy Smiley Angry I hate this pathetic brag so much.

That's for moderators too.

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June 11, 2014, 03:07:59 PM
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I hate this pathetic brag so much.

So much butthurt Grin Must be some deep psychological issues Smiley

I know only one guy who hated me so much he wanted me dead. optical, is that you?

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June 11, 2014, 07:33:21 PM
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Anybody knows a site which is a cross between a chat and a forum, with similar design philosophy as Trello (simple, yet smooth and functional)?

We only need one thread at this time, might as well be more like a chat, away from idiots.

It must support invitations, keep history for a long time and give nice notifications on new messages.

(don't suggest IRC please)

It can also be a hosted solution, I can setup it on the server.

Anyone knows something like that?

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June 11, 2014, 09:28:07 PM
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Ok, I will do it only once.

Not for you, ghosthouse, you are too stupid to understand, but for somebody who might read this crap somewhere else and starts to wonder...

I  still remember your exchange with its pathetic fixed 8 digit number password

8 mixed-case characters plus digits give you 218,340,105,584,896 (218 trillion) combinations, it is absolutely infeasible to brute force it over the network.

Only an imbecile, who thinks increasing a password by 2 symbols makes it 30% stronger, when in reality it makes it 3,844 times stronger = 384,400%, would call this password "pathetic".

Go back to school, kid, learn to count.

and no automaton whatsoever (after months of running).

Care to show what you have done in life? Have you built a highly-automated exchange in a few months, while simultaneously working on many other things?

You didn't have anything significant or useful to contribute to Nxt source-code discussion which last for months .

You are too dumb to understand. You can't even count. You think 143 BTC is "close to 200"!

Judging by what people say and by how much money I was able to raise without an escrow, I think they remember me a bit differently.

The Reed Solomon format was made first by Ricot, then you made a small improvement and claimed your own.

I never once claimed it as my own idea. Others might have attributed it to me, that's their problem. (My idea was to use simpler, MD5-based checksums).

"small improvement", huh. What pieces of your code are included into NXT, NEM and all the other NXT clones?

prolonged idiotic debates with jl777 and everyone else in Nxt land.

As I said, and this is a good example, when you are dumb, smart people's discussions seems 'idiotic' to you.


Now leave me alone, retard. You don't matter.

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June 11, 2014, 09:36:50 PM
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anyone want to sell me some simcoin?
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June 11, 2014, 10:07:38 PM
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No, when I mentioned Trello, I meant only its design principles.
It doesn't have to be a task manager or team collaboration tool.
Just a simple chat, which is a bit more like a forum than a regular chat.

Check out Slack:
https://slack.com/
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June 11, 2014, 10:14:21 PM
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Check out Slack:
https://slack.com/

SyRenity, you stick around.

I owe you twice now Smiley

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June 11, 2014, 10:26:32 PM
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SyRenity, you stick around.

I owe you twice now Smiley

Happy to help Smiley.
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June 11, 2014, 10:27:52 PM
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Happy to help Smiley.

The only problem, it only allows invites by email...

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But it's soo coool! Exactly what I had in mind and much more!

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June 11, 2014, 11:07:52 PM
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Very good post about why a dedicated and qualified committee is important for any crypto success, based on NXT example:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=528023.msg7245897#msg7245897

Can you give concrete examples of how exactly committees led to NXT success? Because I don't remember any.

While I was not as deeply involved as you and other members here, I did lurk in the thread for several weeks trying to learn more about the technology and opportunity.
I was quite impressed by the devotion of group that has emerged around NXT, and the fact that the group managed to take decisions and act on them quickly. This was a big differentiation compared to other generic copy coins back then.

Some examples on top of my head where NXT committee were instrumental:
* Setting up a proper voting process (I recall how many pages were spent on that, but since then the voting seems to work as planned)
* Hiring additional developers to work on NXT wallets and extensions (resulting in one of best looking web wallets out there)
* Launching the first multi-pool
* Establishing a brand - professional video clip (better then BTC on my opinion), media print-outs, etc...


I recall how each of these ideas was voted, then assigned to one of committee members, which was responsible for the delivery of the said idea. The impressive part was how quickly and efficiently these ideas were executed.
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June 11, 2014, 11:32:26 PM
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My suggestion is make it top priority to find other like minded devs to partner with you in exchange for stake.  I'm an investor but I don't think you'll be successful working on a closed source project all by yourself; nothing will get done in a reasonable time-frame.  I didn't invest anything I can't lose but I'd like to see something come together to shut up the critics.
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June 11, 2014, 11:33:25 PM
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* Setting up a proper voting process (I recall how many pages were spent on that, but since then the voting seems to work as planned)

I recall how each of these ideas was voted, then assigned to one of committee members, which was responsible for the delivery of the said idea. The impressive part was how quickly and efficiently these ideas were executed.

That must have happened after I left.

But the voting problems were precisely caused by the lack of leadership!

* Hiring additional developers to work on NXT wallets and extensions (resulting in one of best looking web wallets out there)
* Launching the first multi-pool
* Establishing a brand - professional video clip (better then BTC on my test), media print-outs, etc...

Wesley and other devs started working on their clients long before committees.

And when it comes to financing, committees have no advantages over a single person, but many drawbacks:

* Slowness.
* Lack of integrity.
* The kind of people who end-up on committees are usually the people who should not be on those committees. And people who should, aren't.
* Horizontal structure makes everybody expect equal treatment of their ideas. This makes whatever they produce a horrible, bloated mess of politics and compromise.


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