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January 30, 2015, 09:33:40 PM
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Is there any differences between Monero and Darknote?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=788916.0

Darknote has all things that Monero has. But monero does not have good price as Darknote.

additionally, there's also the possibility that darknote (aka ducknote) isn't .... err..... well, lets just say this guys analysis was interesting

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=740112.0



But it is surely beating Bytecoin in 24 hour volume http://coinmarketcap.com/

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BCN   2252 USD

Only if you buy into hitbtc being real. Otherwise...

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LOL @


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I'll throw 5 xmr your way to make this happen.....



i know im a high roller right?

Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves Smiley

EDIT: Or: A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

Enough with the expressions, we should be thankful for the small guys that step in and want to donate the projects. We have to do/fund this together, so making fun of them is out of order for me.

I, for one, am grateful for all the donations I got. It's not like it covers the work done (at the actual price anyway). But what matters is that every donation is a token of appreciation for the small contribution I made to the community. THAT FEELS GOOD. Its one of the great things about our little corner on bitcointalk.

"We few, we happy few, we .." ermm, sorry. Trailed off a little there.

Anyways, when I mentioned to my wife that you guys we're giving me money just because you wanted to, she asked: "But why?". Yeah, its that unusual.

Having said that I though the way GingerAle said it was a great LOL too. Wink

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Is any work being done on the official GUI atm, or are all efforts being directed to LMDB implementation?

  
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January 30, 2015, 10:51:04 PM
 #19705

Is any work being done on the official GUI atm, or are all efforts being directed to LMDB implementation?

Yes - we're remerging/updating daemonize, working on RPC -> IPC (via 0MQ), beginning the refactor/extrapolation to libraries, and working on non-64-bit comparability. This is all directly related to the GUI effort

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Woot!  Now if I just owned 1/6th of the over all volume LOL.  One can dream.

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Is any work being done on the official GUI atm, or are all efforts being directed to LMDB implementation?

Yes - we're remerging/updating daemonize, working on RPC -> IPC (via 0MQ), beginning the refactor/extrapolation to libraries, and working on non-64-bit comparability. This is all directly related to the GUI effort
Very nice. Really looking forward to trying it out. Hope there isn't too long of a wait left.

  
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January 31, 2015, 11:30:32 AM
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BCN/CN.org-gang DDOSed my tiny, private VPS. Which I use just for IRC. Hostname/PTR-record is "cryptonote.co".

Context
Because I hang around in many, many IRC-channels and chat quite alot. Over time, plenty of people are going to see/notice my IRC hostmask "cryptonote.co".
So I decided to start a HTTP server on the VPS and redirect requests for http://cryptonote.co to http://monero.cc.
(So curious or interested people find a page under this URL and not just an empty page or an browser error message.)

Obvious the intention was to support The Monero Project. It was a conscious decision against http://cryptonote.org. Most of you, know the reasons why.
Absolutely didn't expected, that anyone could be offended or seriously unhappy by this (non-issue).
 

Turns out, BCN/CN.org-crew don't approve. Wink

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January 31, 2015, 11:33:04 AM
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https://cryptonote.org/news/2015/1/23/nicolas-van-saberhagen-to-take-a-stand-at-p2p-financial-systems-workshop

https://www.ecurex.com/p2pfisy/#programme

 11.50 – 12.20
Paper: CryptoNote v 2.0
Author:    Nicolas van Saberhagen – CryptoNote
Discussant: Tomaso Aste – University College London

shit just got real  Cool

Update?  Was it a big nothingburger?


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Update?  Was it a big nothingburger?
lclc was there. He isn't back online, see
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=144831

Most likely, he was/is partying in Frankfurt and now sleeping or traveling (home to Switzerland?).

He will report.


Here is a german news article about the whole event, or better the research workshop, as it was officially labeled:

http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Bitcoin-Konferenz-bei-der-Bundesbank-Tanz-um-die-Blockchain-2533889.html
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today is the day when van saberhagen is talking about his whitepaper isn't it? anyone there?
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January 31, 2015, 12:37:46 PM
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Update?  Was it a big nothingburger?

"He" Skyped in, but audio only.



Apparently the audio was terrible, they held the microphone to a laptop speaker.



Such technologiez.

Pics are via @bitcoinpotato on Twitter.

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BCN/CN.org-gang DDOSed my tiny, private VPS. Which I use just for IRC. Hostname/PTR-record is "cryptonote.co".

Fun. If you PM me I can get it setup on our infrastructure, forwarding to monero.cc, but you'll be unable to use it as your host mask on IRC (Freenode needs the reverse DNS / PTR records to match the forward DNS).

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January 31, 2015, 01:22:09 PM
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Update?  Was it a big nothingburger?

"He" Skyped in, but audio only.



Apparently the audio was terrible, they held the microphone to a laptop speaker.



Such technologiez.

Pics are via @bitcoinpotato on Twitter.

Lucky me. Was beating myself for forgetting to attend this conference, as I happened to be in Frankfurt that day.  Cheesy
Does anyone have a recording?
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I was at this conference, and although there were several interesting talks (bitcoin related and P2P lending platforms), the cryptonote related talk wasn't particularly interesting and you could see the crowd kind of switched off.

edit: The conference was not filmed.
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I was at this conference, and although there were several interesting talks (bitcoin related and P2P lending platforms), the cryptonote related talk wasn't particularly interesting and you could see the crowd kind of switched off.

edit: The conference was not filmed.

Well that was anticlimactic  Lips sealed
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Is there any differences between Monero and Darknote?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=788916.0

Darknote has all things that Monero has. But monero does not have good price as Darknote.

DarkNote was previously DuckNote, and was basically instamined by the CN crew who realized that the BCN premine would never sell so they tried to make a new coin with a crazy distribution, then rebadge it and resell it. It's more or less the same as BCN.

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In case you are wondering if opacity (=Monero) in blockchain-powered IoT matters:

http://motherboard.vice.com/en_uk/read/how-the-pentagons-skynet-would-automate-war
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Kadtke and Wells want the US military to take advantage of the increasing interconnection of people and devices via the new ‘Internet of Things’ through the use of “embedded systems” in “automobiles, factories, infrastructure, appliances and homes, pets, and potentially, inside human beings.

This also, on a transhumanist ground, calls for more funding on preventing unfriendly AI (Ellon Musk: "something dangerous” happening in five years due to “close to exponential” growth of AI at the firm).
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The main challenge to such robot institutionalization will come from a “political backlash” to robots being able to determine by themselves when to kill.

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Someone on reddit asked help for improving the presence of Monero on Wikipedia. The Wikipedia pillar of neutrality of point of view strongly discourages biased people to edit the page for other things than correcting factual errors. But nothing prevents me to propose a draft on the talk page that could be made into a correct article later by someone else less involved in Monero

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:CryptoNote#Monero

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