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June 10, 2014, 02:34:40 PM
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Further proof ^^ you know when the FUDsters are in.. it's going BIG  Wink
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June 10, 2014, 02:35:47 PM
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I've bought and sold up to this point, anyone who holds onto a bag of cryptos other than BTC for the "long run" speculatively is just gambling in a rigged casino.


Funny how anyone who dreams of an alt coin going to 5-10 dollars is "living in the clouds" yet the big holders of Bitcoin keep telling themselves it's going to a million dollars a coin! Who is more delusional?
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June 10, 2014, 02:37:43 PM
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Further proof ^^ you know when the FUDsters are in.. it's going BIG  Wink

Haha yep! usually! if I had anything to do with pump or holding that is.

0.05 BTC anyone who figures out my core purpose here

I have no cinni, and I'm not in a panic to pick up cinni.

So why on earth am I posting here?


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June 10, 2014, 02:41:59 PM
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I've bought and sold up to this point, anyone who holds onto a bag of cryptos other than BTC for the "long run" speculatively is just gambling in a rigged casino.


Funny how anyone who dreams of an alt coin going to 5-10 dollars is "living in the clouds" yet the big holders of Bitcoin keep telling themselves it's going to a million dollars a coin! Who is more delusional?

yes kind of true, it's the winklevosses who put that figure out there, it installs the hope in BTC holders brains so if the price did go up to $5000 there would still be a lot of holders, quite clever psychological play really.

alt coins are deffinitely the way to make those 10x dreams come true, but only when there aren't 10,000 other traders waiting for the same thing lol, how many of you heard the raving news about DRK afterwards?

all in all though, alt coins are good experiments but all but a few have been finite.

BTC is accepted in a hell of a lot of places that cement it's use, also that ebay and amazon chatter *gets steamy under the collar*
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June 10, 2014, 02:43:38 PM
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***UPDATE***
Anon Encrypted Messaging

EM White-paper: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10793660/wp.pdf
EM Wallet Demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTjp6e7RDZo
(another video will be uploaded likely tomorrow going in greater detail)

Target Release Date: Thursday, June 12th




***Sneak-peak Update***
(posted earlier today)

Here is a basic breakdown of how Cinni's anon Encrypted Messaging feature will work (An in-depth explanation will be provided later tonight with release of the white paper):

Cinnicoin Encrypted Messaging Details:

Basic Method:
  • The Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH) key exchange method is used to share a secret key between the sender and receiver.
  • The sender generates the secret key using a newly generated random private key and the recipient's public key.
  • The payload is encrypted using AES-256-CBC with the first 32 bytes of the SHA512 hash of the secret key.
  • If not sending anonymously the sender's address and compact signature are included in the payload.
  • The encrypted payload and the public key of the newly generated keypair are sent to the recipient. The recipient generates the same secret key with their private key that matches the public key used by the sender and the public key included in the message.
  • The payload is decrypted using the hashed secret key.
  • The encrypted messages are stored on the filesytem in buckets by time and distributed to all nodes.
  • It is not possible to tell the sender or receiver of the message from the encrypted message without having the private key of the recipient. [1]
  • The messages are stored for 48 hours and are then deleted.
  • Each node checks every message received from the network against all the addresses it owns. If a match is found a copy of the encrypted message is stored in the node's inbox database.

Additional Features:
  • When not sending anonymously the sender's compact signature not only verifies that the message came from the owner of the address, but also enables the public key to be recovered allowing the recipient to reply even if the sender's address has no public key in the blockchain.
  • Incoming transaction blocks are scanned for public keys.

(Again, this is just a basic explanation of what is already implemented in the wallet to be released this week.  A screen-cap video that demos & explains Cinni's EM feature will be released shortly alongside the WP)
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June 10, 2014, 02:48:57 PM
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Further proof ^^ you know when the FUDsters are in.. it's going BIG  Wink



So why on earth am I posting here?




Who care's time too move along nothing too see here
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June 10, 2014, 02:50:31 PM
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Further proof ^^ you know when the FUDsters are in.. it's going BIG  Wink



So why on earth am I posting here?




Who care's time too move along nothing too see here

Indeed shhh roll on positive manipulation / confusing requotes / reposting news / keep it fresh keep it fresh
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June 10, 2014, 02:53:07 PM
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Further proof ^^ you know when the FUDsters are in.. it's going BIG  Wink



So why on earth am I posting here?




Who care's time too move along nothing too see here

Indeed shhh roll on positive manipulation / confusing requotes / reposting news / keep it fresh keep it fresh

Yea let's stop with all the FUD about the new wallet with Anon EM etc cause it's just FUD and will never get released
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June 10, 2014, 03:02:05 PM
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yes kind of true, it's the winklevosses who put that figure out there, it installs the hope in BTC holders brains so if the price did go up to $5000 there would still be a lot of holders, quite clever psychological play really.



The problem with Bitcoin is it still has a severe lack of liquidity and too few bagholders. Only 900 people control 50% of the supply, 47 of those control 28%, as interested as Wallstreet and ebay/Amazon claim to be, it's not in their bottom line to make 900 people multi-quadrillionaires who could come around and buy out their whole company just so they can make a few extra million a year. Are we really to believe Satoshi is destined to become the world's first trillionaire with his million bitcoins? It's not sustainable.
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June 10, 2014, 03:40:57 PM
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there is not another block explorer?

I already made ​​a transaction from a now almost, tx; 2922827819bbbf88c7fe71525ddeb2408568d1707e278035d1d9f112e5b15f0b not valid yet ...

but the wallet has 350 confirmations ...

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June 10, 2014, 04:04:27 PM
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Pump over now epic dump to 10k Smiley
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June 10, 2014, 04:07:00 PM
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whats da ETA of next wallet yo?

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June 10, 2014, 04:07:24 PM
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Pump over now epic dump to 10k Smiley


You wish
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June 10, 2014, 04:08:07 PM
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Pump over now epic dump to 10k Smiley

Yea 3-4 panic-noobs online at the same time  Cool

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June 10, 2014, 04:14:40 PM
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Pump over now epic dump to 10k Smiley

Yea 3-4 panic-noobs online at the same time  Cool

Volume broke 1k BTC so now we shall see shitloads of ppl come running
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June 10, 2014, 04:17:37 PM
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go ahead next releases.

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June 10, 2014, 04:18:33 PM
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there is not another block explorer?

I already made ​​a transaction from a now almost, tx; 2922827819bbbf88c7fe71525ddeb2408568d1707e278035d1d9f112e5b15f0b not valid yet ...

but the wallet has 350 confirmations ...


Guys, can someone confirm this?

Please call "gettransaction 2922827819bbbf88c7fe71525ddeb2408568d1707e278035d1d9f112e5b15f0b" in you wallet Help -> Debug window -> Console

Thank you

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June 10, 2014, 04:33:01 PM
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nice 47 + BTC sell wall @ 20k looks like we gonna drop to 15k tbh only 20 btc to drop there
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June 10, 2014, 04:33:08 PM
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Can someone help me?

Everytime I open up my wallet it says:

EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error
ReserveKeyFromKeyPool():read failed
C:\Users\namehere\Downloads\CinniCoin-qt\CinniCoin-qt.exe in ThreadStakeMinter()


How can I fix this?

Also get this popup:
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Assertion failed!

Program: ...
File: src/kernel.cpp
Line: 389

Expression: pindex->pprex || pindex->GetBlockHash()==(!fTestNet ? hashGenisisBlock : hashGenesisBlockTestNet)

For information on how your program can cause an assertion failure, see the Visual C++ documentation on asserts

Interesting. Your CINNI appdata genesis doesnt match your wallet?
Go to CINNI appdata folder and delete the debug.log
then launch the wallet with -debug flag and paste your debug.log contents here.
Use the
Code:
tags when pasting the code.

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June 10, 2014, 04:36:07 PM
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***Dev Team Announcement***

I would like to make another announcement (and this is something that I am personally excited about!):

As you all know, several weeks ago we hired a team of professional coders to work alongside cinnidev to help accelerate the development of our EM system + other features.  The lead coder of that team goes by the alias, Rynomster (on bct/irc).  However, it has been such a pleasure to work with Rynomster, and he personally has been so thrilled at the innovation CinniCoin is accomplishing, that he has expressed desire to increase his involvement & commitment to CinniCoin.

So, without further adieu, I would like to welcome a new addition to the Cinni Dev team -- Rynomster!  Let us all give him a warm welcome to the team!



A little info about Rynomster:
  • Rynomster is the lead coder who has been developing not only our anon EM system, but also our anon transfer system + mobile platforms.

Professional Experience:
  • Over 7 years experience in the IT industry ranging from system/database administrator to web/analyst/mobile developer.  He is passionate about Web & Mobile Development.
  • Experience in the financial industry as an R&D developer.

Highly Qualified In:
  • OpenEdge DBA
  • OpenEdge Advanced DBA
  • SonicMQ
  • SonicESB
  • Progress Actional
  • Perl
  • PHP



(Also, I want to remind people that alongside the EM wallet released this week, we have been developing a mobile wallet that will have all the features implemented in PC/desktop wallets (EM and anon EM).  The mobile wallet will be released very soon after this Thursdays release.)

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