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October 01, 2014, 08:14:51 PM
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Interesting, XMR is the only coin in the top 15 (it is 4th) without a BTC address listed to pay for votes.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

Shows how well it actually is doing...

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You can still buy cryptsy point to vote, but indeed interesting to see. Also #2 and #3 are pretty much dead if you look at coinmarketcap.com.

The vote totals should decay over time, with a half life of 6 months or so.

Of course that would mean less BribeCoins for Craptsy, so it won't happen.   Cheesy


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October 01, 2014, 08:57:50 PM
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Interesting, XMR is the only coin in the top 15 (it is 4th) without a BTC address listed to pay for votes.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

Shows how well it actually is doing...

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You can still buy cryptsy point to vote, but indeed interesting to see. Also #2 and #3 are pretty much dead if you look at coinmarketcap.com.

The vote totals should decay over time, with a half life of 6 months or so.

Of course that would mean less BribeCoins for Craptsy, so it won't happen.   Cheesy

People would be ticked about that unless it refunded them their decayed, previously paid for votes, but I do think it's a good idea.
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October 01, 2014, 09:04:26 PM
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Interesting, XMR is the only coin in the top 15 (it is 4th) without a BTC address listed to pay for votes.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

Shows how well it actually is doing...

IAS

You can still buy cryptsy point to vote, but indeed interesting to see. Also #2 and #3 are pretty much dead if you look at coinmarketcap.com.

Are you sure you can buy cryptsy points? I didn't see any way to do so. I read that the way to earn them is by trading.

See for yourself here: https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

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October 01, 2014, 10:04:52 PM
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Darknote is already 73% mined out after several months of a much smaller network hashrate compared to Monero, and I think it was something like 50% of coins emitted after only the first month. This is purportedly to head off asics before they have a chance to be designed and manufactured for cryptonight algo (assuming this ever happens), however it reeks of instamine imo, which is why I don't even bother downloading the wallet.

The is one of the lamest excluses for an instamine scam I've ever seen, which makes it more likely in my eyes that XDN is a CN coin-mill scam coin (I've never been 100% sure about that one, but I'd say 85% now), because: 1) they seem to have an affinity for premine/instamine scams, and 2) they seem uniquely tone deaf when it comes to the made up stories they believe the community will actually find credible.

I still like their marketing though. Clearly the best in the CN space, unless you consider XMR's non-marketing marketing.




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October 01, 2014, 10:10:50 PM
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Darknote is already 73% mined out after several months of a much smaller network hashrate compared to Monero, and I think it was something like 50% of coins emitted after only the first month. This is purportedly to head off asics before they have a chance to be designed and manufactured for cryptonight algo (assuming this ever happens), however it reeks of instamine imo, which is why I don't even bother downloading the wallet.

The is one of the lamest excluses for an instamine scam I've ever seen, which makes it more likely in my eyes that XDN is a CN coin-mill scam coin (I've never been 100% sure about that one, but I'd say 85% now), because: 1) they seem to have an affinity for premine/instamine scams, and 2) they seem uniquely tone deaf when it comes to the made up stories they believe the community will actually find credible.

I still like their marketing though. Clearly the best in the CN space, unless you consider XMR's non-marketing marketing.



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lol wtf??
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October 01, 2014, 11:00:57 PM
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Darknote is already 73% mined out after several months of a much smaller network hashrate compared to Monero, and I think it was something like 50% of coins emitted after only the first month. This is purportedly to head off asics before they have a chance to be designed and manufactured for cryptonight algo (assuming this ever happens), however it reeks of instamine imo, which is why I don't even bother downloading the wallet.

The is one of the lamest excluses for an instamine scam I've ever seen, which makes it more likely in my eyes that XDN is a CN coin-mill scam coin (I've never been 100% sure about that one, but I'd say 85% now), because: 1) they seem to have an affinity for premine/instamine scams, and 2) they seem uniquely tone deaf when it comes to the made up stories they believe the community will actually find credible.

I still like their marketing though. Clearly the best in the CN space, unless you consider XMR's non-marketing marketing.



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lol wtf??


the best way i've found to catch someone from the bytecoin community is observing their moral stance. they tend to live in a opposite moral universe than most of us here. they use the same moral concepts than us, but their values are totally inverted if not perverted. for instance, they would attack and brand the most genuine and honest persons of this forum as dishonest / scammers or in their own coin threads, they would consider legitimate questions or arguments as trolling and thus would remove them
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the best way i've found to catch someone from the bytecoin community is observing their moral stance. they tend to live in a opposite moral universe than most of us here. they use the same moral concepts than us, but their values are totally inverted if not perverted. for instance, they would attack and brand the most genuine and honest persons of this forum as dishonest / scammers or in their own coin threads, they would consider legitimate questions or arguments as trolling and thus would remove them

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October 01, 2014, 11:23:58 PM
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Did anyone notice how BTC/Stamp and XMR/Polo charts look almost identical?
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October 02, 2014, 04:47:49 AM
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Did anyone notice how BTC/Stamp and XMR/Polo charts look almost identical?

XMR will be at the same level as BTC in the future.
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October 02, 2014, 05:01:08 AM
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Did anyone notice how BTC/Stamp and XMR/Polo charts look almost identical?

XMR will be at the same level as BTC AND HIGHER in the future.

New and improved!

BTC = Gold (store of value but not many industrial use)

XMR = Platinum (more rare and many industrial uses)


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October 02, 2014, 05:15:25 AM
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Did anyone notice how BTC/Stamp and XMR/Polo charts look almost identical?

XMR will be at the same level as BTC AND HIGHER in the future.

New and improved!

BTC = Gold (store of value but not many industrial use)

XMR = Platinum (more rare and many industrial uses)

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October 02, 2014, 10:06:55 AM
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Did anyone notice how BTC/Stamp and XMR/Polo charts look almost identical?

XMR will be at the same level as BTC AND HIGHER in the future.

New and improved!

BTC = Gold (store of value but not many industrial use)

XMR = Platinum (more rare and many industrial uses)

Promise? Smiley
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October 02, 2014, 11:12:33 AM
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Did anyone notice how BTC/Stamp and XMR/Polo charts look almost identical?

XMR will be at the same level as BTC AND HIGHER in the future.

New and improved!

BTC = Gold (store of value but not many industrial use)

XMR = Platinum (more rare and many industrial uses)

Promise? Smiley
Is it true?

Well.. No..
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October 02, 2014, 11:22:27 AM
Last edit: October 02, 2014, 10:18:12 PM by smooth
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If any of this has any relevance to Monero, I can't find it. Why are you posting about darknote here?

EDIT: I just noticed that the post to which it was a reply was here. I wasn't aware of that earlier, so I retract this statement and question.

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Interesting, XMR is the only coin in the top 15 (it is 4th) without a BTC address listed to pay for votes.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

Shows how well it actually is doing...

IAS

You can still buy cryptsy point to vote, but indeed interesting to see. Also #2 and #3 are pretty much dead if you look at coinmarketcap.com.

Are you sure you can buy cryptsy points? I didn't see any way to do so. I read that the way to earn them is by trading.

See for yourself here: https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

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Alternatively, we are also accepting CryptsyPoints as part of our paid vote program (5 votes per CryptsyPoint). After you cast your free vote, you will then have the option to vote again with your CryptsyPoints as often as you like.

i don't use cryptsy but i think what pa is asking is "how are cryptsypoints obtained?"

as far as i can tell you cannot buy them directly, they are earned as a bonus from trading and holding funds on cryptsy.

therefore, these are not necessarily "paid votes" in my book, as outsiders cannot artificially drive up votes, they have to come from real cryptsy users.

edit: i was corrected, i see you can buy them here. https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/120

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October 02, 2014, 11:59:56 AM
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Interesting, XMR is the only coin in the top 15 (it is 4th) without a BTC address listed to pay for votes.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

Shows how well it actually is doing...

IAS

You can still buy cryptsy point to vote, but indeed interesting to see. Also #2 and #3 are pretty much dead if you look at coinmarketcap.com.

Are you sure you can buy cryptsy points? I didn't see any way to do so. I read that the way to earn them is by trading.

See for yourself here: https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

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Alternatively, we are also accepting CryptsyPoints as part of our paid vote program (5 votes per CryptsyPoint). After you cast your free vote, you will then have the option to vote again with your CryptsyPoints as often as you like.

i don't use cryptsy but i think what pa is asking is "how are cryptsypoints obtained?"

as far as i can tell you cannot buy them directly, they are earned as a bonus from trading and holding funds on cryptsy.

therefore, these are not necessarily "paid votes" in my book, as outsiders cannot artificially drive up votes, they have to come from real cryptsy users.

And Monero is one of the few on that list which cannot be directly voted up by paying (no donation address).

Of Ripple 16.4k votes are paid (of the 23.4k votes total). So Menero is already first on the list.
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October 02, 2014, 01:13:41 PM
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as far as i can tell you cannot buy them directly, they are earned as a bonus from trading and holding funds on cryptsy.


https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/120
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October 02, 2014, 01:32:57 PM
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Cryptsy?
Nice.

But I think this news are much more important:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597878.msg9046138#msg9046138

This will be the first fiat/XMR-markets!

To spread the information also in this thread:

I just got an answer to my ticket at CCEDK, how to verify my identity (the KYC-thing). As mentioned in their FAQ it neccessary to deposit/withdraw larger amounts of fiat (i. e. > 100 EUR).

With the permission of Ronny Boesing I paste it here for your information:

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| You are very welcome to send me following information, so we know you are you!
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| Validation procedures: You may avoid any delays in regards to deposit and withdrawal in this matter by sending copy of passport or national ID to verify your identity, a copy of either utility or electricity bill to verify your address, and a phone number to verify these documents and yourself, should that be considered necessary. Please send these details via our mojohelp desk as per mentioned link:  http://ccedk.mojohelpdesk.com start new ticket, and mention in subject: Validation, User ID and User name. We will after receipt, delete from mojohelpdesk and save information on a secure server. All of this information will not be shared with anybody else, according to our privacy policy mentioned on site.
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October 02, 2014, 01:40:26 PM
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Cryptsy?
Nice.

But I think this news are much more important:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597878.msg9046138#msg9046138

This will be the first fiat/XMR-markets!

To spread the information also in this thread:

I just got an answer to my ticket at CCEDK, how to verify my identity (the KYC-thing). As mentioned in their FAQ it neccessary to deposit/withdraw larger amounts of fiat (i. e. > 100 EUR).

With the permission of Ronny Boesing I paste it here for your information:

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You are very welcome
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| You are very welcome to send me following information, so we know you are you!
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| Validation procedures: You may avoid any delays in regards to deposit and withdrawal in this matter by sending copy of passport or national ID to verify your identity, a copy of either utility or electricity bill to verify your address, and a phone number to verify these documents and yourself, should that be considered necessary. Please send these details via our mojohelp desk as per mentioned link:  http://ccedk.mojohelpdesk.com start new ticket, and mention in subject: Validation, User ID and User name. We will after receipt, delete from mojohelpdesk and save information on a secure server. All of this information will not be shared with anybody else, according to our privacy policy mentioned on site.
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| Once again welcome.
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CCEDK trade volume is miserably small. Will see how its gonna help Monero.
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CCEDK trade volume is miserably small. Will see how its gonna help Monero.

You'r right. It is small, because CCEDK is quite new.

But we can change it.
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