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June 02, 2014, 02:18:08 AM
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Is there any reason I shouldn't sell this coin right now while cryptonote coins are hot?

Is there some sort of future improvement or some large scale marketing campaign that would substantially increase the value of this coin?

It's like asking for reasons you shouldn't sell when bitcoin went up 100x to dollar parity in early 2010

It is actually quite completely different from that.

I was hoping for an answer like they are currently working on a "light" android wallet.

Marketing campaign is in the works.

Boolberry is an innovator. Here are a few areas where Boolberry is a leader:

- First CryptoNote coin to use a new PoW hash
- First CryptoNote coin to offer aliases
- First CryptoNote coin with blockchain-based hash
- First CryptoNote coin with alerts signed by developers
- First CryptoNote coin to create Mac client

Crypto_Zoidberg is working on some things and I will let talk about them,
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June 02, 2014, 02:32:38 AM
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don't forget https://poloniex.com/exchange/btc_bbr
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June 02, 2014, 02:35:33 AM
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Anyone else getting this error while trying to transfer?

Error: transaction <1edab0d63b5c19af30aa0a36b850ff3535fd883f3332b0627837c140aa44da60> was rejected by daemon with status "Failed"

I tried rebuilding and still getting the same error. This is the error message in the daemon.

2014-Jun-02 03:30:17.816807 [RPC0]Transaction verification failed: <dac3116a58bb59548bf0e155f3c174edfdd485ca584c52c7fb1b162d0be429a1>
2014-Jun-02 03:30:17.816968 [RPC0][on_send_raw_tx]: Failed to process tx
2014-Jun-02 03:31:04.975187 [RPC1]transaction is too big for current transaction flow, tx_id: <67afa7a671e0e4436fc508ebe0a29971f8b47d576341cce9602e327093458d4a>
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June 02, 2014, 03:01:55 AM
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What would be a reasonable price for BBR?

( Comparing it to other CN coins. )

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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June 02, 2014, 04:01:21 AM
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What would be a reasonable price for BBR?

( Comparing it to other CN coins. )

MRO has 1,116,780 coins mined and the price is 0.00261.

BBR has 198,655 coins mined and the price is 0.00177110.

1,116,780 / 198,655 = 5.62

That means Monero has 5.62x as many coins as BBR, so BBR should be 5.62 x .00261, or a cost of 0.0147 per BBR.

Now, this doesn't take into account total coins available, and how fast they will mine, or chaotic random market dynamics or news that may come out regarding either coin, but it does give you a starting point for what these coins should be worth.

0.0147 per BBR.


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June 02, 2014, 04:06:01 AM
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Where did the name 'boolberry' come from?
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June 02, 2014, 04:08:44 AM
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Where did the name 'boolberry' come from?
'cryptberry' was suggested in the original renaming contest, and crypto_zoidberg decided to use 'boolberry' instead. boolean + berry = boolberry

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June 02, 2014, 04:13:54 AM
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Where did the name 'boolberry' come from?
'cryptberry' was suggested in the original renaming contest, and crypto_zoidberg decided to use 'boolberry' instead. boolean + berry = boolberry

Why was having 'berry' in the name necessary? Its early enough where a name change would be fine. Sorry guys, but this name is just awful. Reminds me of blueberries and stool...berries lol.

I want to buy in, but its hard envisioning this coin ever being accepted and used with its name. I just dont get why devs choose names like these.
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June 02, 2014, 04:27:49 AM
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Why was having 'berry' in the name necessary? Its early enough where a name change would be fine. Sorry guys, but this name is just awful. Reminds me of blueberries and stool...berries lol.

I want to buy in, but its hard envisioning this coin ever being accepted and used with its name. I just dont get why devs choose names like these.
What's in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;

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June 02, 2014, 05:01:11 AM
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i like the name...
Reminds me of those little bits of shit that get stuck to the hair of a sheeps asshole....
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June 02, 2014, 05:03:58 AM
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Why was having 'berry' in the name necessary? Its early enough where a name change would be fine. Sorry guys, but this name is just awful. Reminds me of blueberries and stool...berries lol.

I want to buy in, but its hard envisioning this coin ever being accepted and used with its name. I just dont get why devs choose names like these.
What's in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;

But if sweet wasn't named so the rose would smell like what??
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June 02, 2014, 05:36:24 AM
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what's special about this coin?
what distinguishes it from the other cyptonote coins?
Is it more scarce? Is it closer to having a user-friendly GUI wallet and easy transferability between exchanges?
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June 02, 2014, 05:45:42 AM
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what's special about this coin?
what distinguishes it from the other cyptonote coins?
Is it more scarce? Is it closer to having a user-friendly GUI wallet and easy transferability between exchanges?


the algo used is wild keccak.

vs cryptonight


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June 02, 2014, 05:45:55 AM
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what's special about this coin?
what distinguishes it from the other cyptonote coins?
Is it more scarce? Is it closer to having a user-friendly GUI wallet and easy transferability between exchanges?
Boolberry Compared to Bytecoin/Monero
Main benefits of the Boolberry(boolberry.com) compared to Bytecoin(bytecoin.org) /Monero (http://monero.cc/):

    Blockchain-based hash: unlike Bytecoin PoW hash, which works on 2MB scratchpad and takes avr 30-100 ms, new hash works on blockchain random data to provide operation speed. At the same time mining process is really memory-hard. It gives faster synchronization with network and immunity from DoS attacks.
    Transaction outs with guaranteed anonymity. An additional attribute for out is added: it can ONLY be used in the transaction with mixin level in ring signature not less than a given number. The feature is added to ensure the user’s anonymity of transactions ring signature over time.
    Alerts (signed by developers) broadcast via p2p mechanism, which will inform participants of the network of critical updates or other important events
    Donation-based crowdfunding: the project don't have premine, instamine or other unfair launch. The project has open and transparent model of project financing: part of the emission (1%) is reserved for the development of the project, BUT the rate of emission of these coins will be ?ontroled by network participants (miners) using votes.
    As a tribute to technology, we have fixed royalty percentage of donation, charged to the founders of Cryptonote.
    Removed dust from block reward - nice little thing to reduce weight of the blockchain transactions outs index.
    Wallet addresses aliasing: any wallet can be linked with symbolic name via special type extra record in coinbase. Blockchain will control registered names uniqueness.
    More rational emission curve
    Transaction identification by prefix: this feature will let us to cut off ring signatures from blockchain that under checkpoint - save space by 30-70%(depends of mixin usage)





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Pools -
GUI - We understand many would like a nice GUI.
Exchanges - The code is being changed to allow the API calls required by exchanges.
Code - The current implementation does not contain the database, but the problem will be resolved soon. Now all the data is stored in memory, and is periodically ( every 12 hours) saved to the disk via the serialization mechanism, which is not very efficient. For the first year, this will not cause any problems, but they might appear later on. Therefore we plan to implement a database in the first quarter. If there are any volunteers with strong background in this field, willing to help, we will be happy to cooperate.

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June 02, 2014, 05:46:33 AM
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what's special about this coin?
what distinguishes it from the other cyptonote coins?
Is it more scarce? Is it closer to having a user-friendly GUI wallet and easy transferability between exchanges?
it  is distinguished from other cryptonote coins because its not a cryptonote coin.

the algo used is wild keccak.


It is a CrytpoNote coin, but not a CryptoNight coin.

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June 02, 2014, 05:47:00 AM
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what's special about this coin?
what distinguishes it from the other cyptonote coins?
Is it more scarce? Is it closer to having a user-friendly GUI wallet and easy transferability between exchanges?
it  is distinguished from other cryptonote coins because its not a cryptonote coin.

the algo used is wild keccak.


It is a CrytpoNote coin, but not a CryptoNight coin.
that's what I meant, I edited my above post, thanks surfer

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June 02, 2014, 05:59:02 AM
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what are the big future development plans?
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June 02, 2014, 06:02:08 AM
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Gentlemen where I dig it? and what method? x11? sha3? x13 or what?
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June 02, 2014, 06:04:50 AM
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what are the big future development plans?
Hopefully in a few weeks or a month we will have a GUI and database storage of the blockchain. Then a lightweight client like Electrum will be made. Along the way there is bugfixes and documentation. https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/boolberry/wiki/Roadmap

After that, only time will tell

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June 02, 2014, 06:05:01 AM
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Gentlemen where I dig it? and what method? x11? sha3? x13 or what?
wild keccak

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