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January 31, 2015, 09:20:20 PM
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Also, did anyone noticed minergate.com (registed by "Sophia Wright") resambles the cryptonote website theme and they link Monero to a weird website called bitmonero.org, that is only also listed on cryptonote.org/coins. And according to this website:

Yes, Minergate is obviously run by the same crew of bytecoin scammers. Barely anyone had a chance to even compile bytecoin when it was "discovered" and they were already operating a pool (10% pool fee originally btw).

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January 31, 2015, 09:22:46 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.

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.

Also, did anyone noticed minergate.com (registed by "Sophia Wright") resambles the cryptonote website theme and they link Monero to a weird website called bitmonero.org, that is only also listed on cryptonote.org/coins. And according to this website: http://community.spiceworks.com/people/nicolasvansaberhagen/projects/cryptonote The cryptonote was completed on June 3rd, 2014 not even close to 2012 !

Yeah, Bitmonero was rebranded as Monero by the community. There's a whole background story on this. The cryptonote people must still own that bitmonero.org domain. I see that it's still hosting links to the old bitmonero binaries. Someone really should get minergate.com to change the link, if they aren't, themselves, part of the cryptonote scam crew, of course.
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February 01, 2015, 02:37:26 AM
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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.

That is untrue statement. But you tell it with such a confidence, only 2 ways here: you are a liar or you are a paranoid. But any way you are stupit, sorry, but it is true. i will explain:
1. You can research the XDN difficulty chart,  ask forum folks here about mining XDN since 1st block. Ask smooth, seems he liked XDN and mined it since first blocks and he can confirm that.
2. "Insta" , instant - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instant  - "An instant is an infinitesimal moment in time, a moment whose passage is instantaneous."

It takes 1 month to reach each reward halving. And media was absolutely active in the very first 3 months after launch.
DarkNote is improving CryptoNote with less transaction size (by reward structure), new state-of-the-art cryptography with encrypted end-to-end messaging and eventually advanced DarkNote GUI wallet (client). While you just talking blablabla and blaming devs around your. NO CryptoNote improvements from the side of Monero, NO new features, nothing, just a  bullshit talking and blaming. All you can do is just a services around original source code, like web wallets. All XMR success is made with anger and mad sadness about your own helplessness in coin development.

3. It is very interesting, that you are blaming DarkNote in instamine, again, after such a fair launch, while you Monero guys actually have a serious problems with initial botnets mining and difficulty jump caused by it. Looks smart, isn't it - Botnets+Black piar+Bag holders = Monero.
"Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind" William Shakespeare

P.S. Initially we  liked everything about Monero, we even had 2 letters for you guys with cooperation offer and our thoughts about CN technology, but we decided to look at your actions first, now we are happy that it was done, and after reading your confidence lie i can only call your coin "morono", i hope you understand the roots of my thoughts: XMR is bagholded, blackpiared and botnet mined.

P.P.S. Every time i will find such a groundless accusations from aside of a liar i will parry the attack, au revoir.


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February 01, 2015, 03:16:17 AM
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What does "blackpiared" mean?
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February 01, 2015, 03:23:52 AM
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1. You can research the XDN difficulty chart,  ask forum folks here about mining XDN since 1st block. Ask smooth, seems he liked XDN and mined it since first blocks and he can confirm that.

It is true that I mined XDN from the beginning and there was no premine. However, you will note that tacotime didn't claim a premine, he claimed an instamine. Now on that score I must still respectfully disagree with him and agree with you. An instamine generally refers to the case where difficulty adjustment doesn't kick in fast enough and an enormous number of coins are mined quickly at very low difficulty (for example, DRK, where 25% were mined on the first day or something). The XDN difficulty adjustment worked well and the number of coins mined at the beginning was more or less in line with the published schedule, so I wouldn't call that an instamine.

It is also true that one month for reward having is an extremely fast reward schedule. I'd more properly call that a "fast mine."  Finally, it is also true that the ducknote->darknote rebrand, which one might imagine was planned from the start, happened after a few of these reward cuts meaning the bulk of the coins had been mined by the time the somewhat silly meme branding that many dismissed (though I did indeed like) was taken off and the more credible branding added. I understand that you have claimed other reasons for this reward schedule, yet the fact remains that nearly all of the coins were mined before darkNote existed.

P.S. Various comments are made and opinions expressed on the forum. Is it really necessary to respond in such a hostile and defensive manner when you disagree with something?

P.P.S. Are you affiliated with bytecoin or cryptonote in any way?
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February 01, 2015, 03:48:23 AM
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It seems those who are threatened often show up at your house to bash you.  DuckNote, DarkNote, DuckButter, DickCoin or whatever you call it now has the value of a turd off a dogs ass.  Sometimes I wish people would just stick to their business instead of coming over here bashing what they can't be. 

I've found this community to be very supportive and especially the dev team. All of whom have helped me and answered questions.  I would ask you sir to now "Piss Off"


 

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February 01, 2015, 03:52:22 AM
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Dear XDN,
Half the mining pools you have listed in your thread won't open or are off line. I wonder if someone didn't pay the hosting bill?

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February 01, 2015, 04:33:38 AM
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and after reading your confidence lie i can only call your coin "morono", i hope you understand the roots of my thoughts: XMR is bagholded, blackpiared and botnet mined.

P.P.S. Every time i will find such a groundless accusations from aside of a liar i will parry the attack, au revoir.

Okay real mature guys

How about all cryptonote devs and backers not act like pre-teens. Our technology is better than any bitcoin fork. There aren't that many cryptonote forks (yet) and we can work together. There really isn't a point in competing as we are already in the lion's den with people wanting an anonymous cryptocurrency but want it to be bitcoin, even though it isn't and can never be.
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February 01, 2015, 05:29:53 AM
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1. You can research the XDN difficulty chart,  ask forum folks here about mining XDN since 1st block. Ask smooth, seems he liked XDN and mined it since first blocks and he can confirm that.

It is true that I mined XDN from the beginning and there was no premine. However, you will note that tacotime didn't claim a premine, he claimed an instamine. Now on that score I must still respectfully disagree with him and agree with you. An instamine generally refers to the case where difficulty adjustment doesn't happen kick in and an enormous number of coins are mined quickly at very low difficulty (for example, DRK, where 25% were mined on the first day or something). The XDN difficulty adjustment worked well and the number of coins mined at the beginning was more or less in line with the published schedule, so I wouldn't call that an instamine.

It is also true that one month for reward having is an extremely fast reward schedule. I'd more properly call that a "fast mine."  Finally, it is also true that the ducknote->darknote rebrand, which one might imagine was planned from the start, happened after a few of these reward cuts meaning the bulk of the coins had been mined by the time the somewhat silly meme branding that many dismissed (though I did indeed like) was taken off and the more credible branding added. I understand that you have claimed other reasons for this reward schedule, yet the fact remains that nearly all of the coins were mined before darkNote existed.

P.S. Various comments are made and opinions expressed on the forum. Is it really necessary to respond in such a hostile and defensive manner when you disagree with something?

P.P.S. Are you affiliated with bytecoin or cryptonote in any way?

Thank you very much, smooth, you are a very honest person, and explain everything as accurate as i wanted you to do it.

P.S. I am passionate person, i tell what i think, sorry for inconvenience.

P.P.S. Sure man, as any other CN coin, DarkNote devs use most parts of Bytecoin source code, and as we can see the quality of BCN code, and truly respect the way CryptoNote was implemented in BCN. So we try to  keep DarkNote source code updated with Bytecoin original repository, although, since the beginning of XDN we claimed as a group of independent devs, who meet CN technology and BCN itself at the middle of our own cryptocurrency development process. We switched to CN and implemented DarkNote XDN economy with Bytecoin original source code. We added new features to CryptoNote, like original reward structure, because XDN reward structure is totally not about CryptoNote reward structure, because it was invented long before we meet CryptoNote and Bytecoin.

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February 01, 2015, 05:57:36 AM
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How about all cryptonote devs and backers not act like pre-teens.
WAT?!?!? Why? Smiley Maybe their behavior is ahead of time and everybody will act like this soon. Smiley



dNote: You guys should really, really do these three things.

- Explain the motivation and greater strategy/vision, behind your various mostly non-sustainable commercial and community projects, around CN.

- Stop creating pretended neutral, objective community websites, projects or organizations around CN. With the intent to abuse them, to promote your projects, securing your information superiority around CN and preventing the creation of a real community around CN (you wont control 100% anymore).

Your behavior is harming CryptoNote-technology. It's already visible, many CN users and people interested in CN tech are refusing to work with you and/or don't care about your ideas/next plans for the tech dev, community development or the announcement of yet another coin, out of your CryptoNote-coin-generator. Most serious people I talked with just labeled you guys as crazy and not trust-worthy.

Open up and talk and exchange with the CN-users, researcher and devs. If not, nobody will care for any of your projects or work related to CN technology.

- Reevaluate your opinion about Monero. There is absolutely no reason for your aggression against the project or your activities to sabotage Moneros development.
At least accept Monero and be neutral.
No one is talking about cooperations or team members becoming friends and exchanging christmas cards. Just stop the bullshit. And use your resources and time for something positive.
Monero is the biggest CN coin, has a fair setup, is very open & democratic and is hurting no one. No valid reasons to hate. Last but not least, if you disavow or not, the whole CN eco-system and your own CN-based projects are benefiting from the software development and infrastructure creation that is done by The Monero Project.





This is my 100% unbiased opinion and 0% influenced by my decision to support Monero. Don't reply, just really think about it. If u really care about CN technology sooner or later you will see these three points are without alternatives, if you want to stay part of CN mid-term development & future.
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How about all cryptonote devs and backers not act like pre-teens.
WAT?!?!? Why? Smiley Maybe their behavior is ahead of time and everybody will act like this soon. Smiley



dNote: You guys should really, really do these three things.

- Explain the motivation and greater strategy/vision, behind your various mostly non-sustainable commercial and community projects, around CN.

- Stop creating pretended neutral, objective community websites, projects or organizations around CN. With the intent to abuse them, to promote your projects, securing your information superiority around CN and preventing the creation of a real community around CN (you wont control 100% anymore).

Your behavior is harming CryptoNote-technology. It's already visible, many CN users and people interested in CN tech are refusing to work with you and/or don't care about your ideas/next plans for the tech dev, community development or the announcement of yet another coin, out of your CryptoNote-coin-generator. Most serious people I talked with just labeled you guys as crazy and not trust-worthy.

Open up and talk and exchange with the CN-users, researcher and devs. If not, nobody will care for any of your projects or work related to CN technology.

- Reevaluate your opinion about Monero. There is absolutely no reason for your aggression against the project or your activities to sabotage Moneros development.
At least accept Monero and be neutral.
No one is talking about cooperations or team members becoming friends and exchanging christmas cards. Just stop the bullshit. And use your resources and time for something positive.
Monero is the biggest CN coin, has a fair setup, is very open & democratic and is hurting no one. No valid reasons to hate. Last but not least, if you disavow or not, the whole CN eco-system and your own CN-based projects are benefiting from the software development and infrastructure creation that is done by The Monero Project.





This is my 100% unbiased opinion and 0% influenced by my decision to support Monero. Don't reply, just really think about it. If u really care about CN technology sooner or later you will see these three points are without alternatives, if you want to stay part of CN mid-term development & future.


... just unfair. As always.

1. Explain the motivation and greater strategy/vision, behind your various mostly non-sustainable commercial and community projects, around CN.

- explained many times, will do it  again- our ONLY project is XDN = duckNOTE = DarkNOTE. Motivation = launching new FREE economy >70% of emission in the very first to open it to free markets, to exclude the miners influence and eventually to implement PoS on the top of fair PoS.

2. The only websites we are working on are websites around XDN. And we will make lots of projects around/  Soon you will see the results.

3. All you statement is about XDN devs affiliation with CN devs and other coins devs. Again and again and again, how can you be such a Morono lovers, XDN devs are independent individuals cooperated for a long time, and have a long experience in cryptos, but not here on forums. Actually it took a quite a long time to understand your blaming when it initially occurs, some a parts of our team are still saying : whaaaat?
As  i can understand, according to your logic, all who are not a Monero devs, are Bytecoin devs. Sorry, we are not.

As for me - monero is a biggest bubble, because there is only speculation about it, blockchain is unusable with its size, IMO almost everything about monero seems terrible - unusable blockchain size (On average PC, it just can`t be a network node), block intervals, tx generation size,  fee size, no GUI after almost 1 year since start,  totally wrong way of development, looks like just no understanding of CN technology.

"software development and infrastructure creation that is done by The Monero Project. " lol you are confirming my words - XRM devs can`t develop the coin, because of low technology understanding, they just make some poor services around original source code, like closed source web wallets.
There is nothing that monero gives to cryptocurrency world, except the wrong way in understanding the new technology, such a pity.

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... just unfair. As always.
1. Explain the motivation and greater strategy/vision, behind your various mostly non-sustainable commercial and community projects, around CN.
......
" lol you are confirming my words - XRM devs can`t develop the coin, because of low technology understanding, they just make some poor services around original source code, like closed source web wallets.
There is nothing that monero gives to cryptocurrency world, except the wrong way in understanding the new technology, such a pity.

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YOU HAVE MYOPIA

no i am not.

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1. You can research the XDN difficulty chart,  ask forum folks here about mining XDN since 1st block. Ask smooth, seems he liked XDN and mined it since first blocks and he can confirm that.

It is true that I mined XDN from the beginning and there was no premine. However, you will note that tacotime didn't claim a premine, he claimed an instamine. Now on that score I must still respectfully disagree with him and agree with you. An instamine generally refers to the case where difficulty adjustment doesn't happen kick in and an enormous number of coins are mined quickly at very low difficulty (for example, DRK, where 25% were mined on the first day or something). The XDN difficulty adjustment worked well and the number of coins mined at the beginning was more or less in line with the published schedule, so I wouldn't call that an instamine.

It is also true that one month for reward having is an extremely fast reward schedule. I'd more properly call that a "fast mine."  Finally, it is also true that the ducknote->darknote rebrand, which one might imagine was planned from the start, happened after a few of these reward cuts meaning the bulk of the coins had been mined by the time the somewhat silly meme branding that many dismissed (though I did indeed like) was taken off and the more credible branding added. I understand that you have claimed other reasons for this reward schedule, yet the fact remains that nearly all of the coins were mined before darkNote existed.

P.S. Various comments are made and opinions expressed on the forum. Is it really necessary to respond in such a hostile and defensive manner when you disagree with something?

P.P.S. Are you affiliated with bytecoin or cryptonote in any way?

I agree with this and can also observe smooth's observations. Mining difficulty was quite low in the beginning, and open to everyone (I mined some as I liked the silly theme, just as smooth Smiley ). Also observe that ducknote was announced after optimized miners were available [1]. That means that the bytecoin scammers didn't have an edge anymore, leveling the playing field. But yes, mining 80% of all coins in the first year is fast.

dNote, passionate or not, being hostile and unfriendly on the forum isn't an "inconvenience", it's just, well, hostile and unfriendly. Don't take attacks on DarkNote personally, as these attacks will happen more and more if DarkNote succeeds. It's putting a bad image on your coin in any case.

[1] http://da-data.blogspot.be/2014/08/minting-money-with-monero-and-cpu.html
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1. You can research the XDN difficulty chart,  ask forum folks here about mining XDN since 1st block. Ask smooth, seems he liked XDN and mined it since first blocks and he can confirm that.

It is true that I mined XDN from the beginning and there was no premine. However, you will note that tacotime didn't claim a premine, he claimed an instamine. Now on that score I must still respectfully disagree with him and agree with you. An instamine generally refers to the case where difficulty adjustment doesn't happen kick in and an enormous number of coins are mined quickly at very low difficulty (for example, DRK, where 25% were mined on the first day or something). The XDN difficulty adjustment worked well and the number of coins mined at the beginning was more or less in line with the published schedule, so I wouldn't call that an instamine.

It is also true that one month for reward having is an extremely fast reward schedule. I'd more properly call that a "fast mine."  Finally, it is also true that the ducknote->darknote rebrand, which one might imagine was planned from the start, happened after a few of these reward cuts meaning the bulk of the coins had been mined by the time the somewhat silly meme branding that many dismissed (though I did indeed like) was taken off and the more credible branding added. I understand that you have claimed other reasons for this reward schedule, yet the fact remains that nearly all of the coins were mined before darkNote existed.

P.S. Various comments are made and opinions expressed on the forum. Is it really necessary to respond in such a hostile and defensive manner when you disagree with something?

P.P.S. Are you affiliated with bytecoin or cryptonote in any way?

I agree with this and can also observe smooth's observations. Mining difficulty was quite low in the beginning, and open to everyone (I mined some as I liked the silly theme, just as smooth Smiley ). Also observe that ducknote was announced after optimized miners were available [1]. That means that the bytecoin scammers didn't have an edge anymore, leveling the playing field. But yes, mining 80% of all coins in the first year is fast.

dNote, passionate or not, being hostile and unfriendly on the forum isn't an "inconvenience", it's just, well, hostile and unfriendly. Don't take attacks on DarkNote personally, as these attacks will happen more and more if DarkNote succeeds. It's putting a bad image on your coin in any case.

[1] http://da-data.blogspot.be/2014/08/minting-money-with-monero-and-cpu.html

Thank you, much appreciate.
" But yes, mining 80% of all coins in the first year is fast." - that is the Thing. That is what i am talking about. Idea of fair proof-of-work to run real economy. XDN emission curve was invented long before any of XDN devs new something about CryptoNote technology. Yes, idea of that kind of emission can be discussable, and someone may not like that approach. But DarkNote here is for real users and real markets, that kind of emission exclude the miners influence on network and gives a crypto markets an ability to run a real Libertarian Economy. Just like Milton Friedmans "helicopter drop" in some terms. Why should we wait for several years/decades to run it as we used to, why should we be scared of miners market manipulation in the long term perspective, instead of making a good base in the very first year? Eventually, why should we waste an energy with pure PoW, instead of using energy efficient PoW/PoS scheme, but based on fair PoW initial supply. And you know, after some years keeping low - near Zero fees is laid inside DarkNote, instead of Moneros extreme fees (in fiat terms). DarkNote is very friendly for instant micropayments and almost fee-free for Huge amount transactions, while any Monero transfer  is very expensive. Wait, what? Monero transfer is expensive means big fees goes to miners, probably botnets, again and again.

Actually right now and even seems from the beginning of Monero diff jump caused by suspicious activity (probably botnets), you can see the situation that we have avoided with DarkNote emission curve.
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February 01, 2015, 08:11:21 PM
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All my recent transfers from my wallets cost me less than a fiat penny.




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February 01, 2015, 08:20:24 PM
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All my recent transfers from my wallets cost me less than a fiat penny.





I will repeat. IMO Monero fees are extremely high, lets look:

Average XMR transaction: http://chainradar.com/xmr/transaction/bb902735207abdee5c8549133e9b0083e289813443b1be472ccba5acec3e49d0
Fee = 0.1 XMR

https://www.cryptonator.com/rates/XMR-USD/0.1

With current XMR rate fee = 0.02986642, almost 3 penny, man

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February 01, 2015, 08:29:26 PM
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All my recent transfers from my wallets cost me less than a fiat penny.





I will repeat. IMO Monero fees are extremely high, lets look:

Average XMR transaction: http://chainradar.com/xmr/transaction/bb902735207abdee5c8549133e9b0083e289813443b1be472ccba5acec3e49d0
Fee = 0.1 XMR

https://www.cryptonator.com/rates/XMR-USD/0.1

With current XMR rate fee = 0.02986642, almost 3 penny, man

My fees have been 0.03xmr.  You must be doing it wrong.
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February 01, 2015, 08:39:44 PM
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3 pennies per tx, or 1 penny per transaction ..

If we were ever to scale to visa levels, or let's even say 1 tx/sec then that's 86,400 tx's / day ...

So, by dnote's opinion, we're handing botnets anywhere from $860 - $2600, which is anywhere from 6.6% to 20% of our current daily volume. Actually 1 tx/sec and hypothetical, yet possible, .1 xmr fees we'd be right back at a 17 XMR block reward .. and I'm using 24 hours * 60 min * 60 sec * .1 xmr / 1440 blocks ... which should be about an extra 6 xmr max for every single extra transaction per second we handle. This doesn't make much sense to me, because usually you can only fit one transaction that large in a block. Which would mean that our individual block size would have to be 60 x larger just to handle 1 tx/sec with a .1 xmr fee. So we'd have block sizes of what .. 20 kb x 60? so is that 1.2 mb block sizes? So we'd have to add 1.728 gb to the blockchain daily? Guess we'd need some pruning then ..

At 2 tx/sec .. well I guess we're probably not gonna be able to handle that.

...in other words, not really a negligible amount.

dnote is making the statement that we're handing people money who only want to see this worth less, because their only motive is profit in currency that isn't monero, based on the opinion that Monero is mostly botmined for profit in btc or fiat.

The logic is not wrong, yet the difference of opinion persists.

edit: horrible drunken superbowl math fixed! Cheesy

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February 01, 2015, 08:49:31 PM
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OK, Too lazy to setup irc for tiperino, So any Seahawk fan that I trust wants to bet with me on superbowl?

I have 700 XMR and will put it on my pats straight up. No lines no gambling adjustments just straight up winner take all.

Have a great SuperBowl day guys! Smiley


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