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December 29, 2014, 03:55:50 PM
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@update
We have fixed the bug, but the update will be released next week
Due to the fact that most of us are leaving today for houses in the new year's eve
we will not be able to test and monitor clients these days, if we release a new client that bter should be updated and we need to debug it work because old clients will not work.
no worry , take it easy,
happy new year.

                                 
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December 29, 2014, 04:23:08 PM
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Yes, well, i have had negative experiences and they've been hacked.  Any time there is a major hack, that's a BIG issue for everyone, even if it hasn't effected your personal wallet.

Also, as it has been said, there is a 1% withdrawal fee.  I understand that they need to take a percent for fees on the block chain.  I'm OK with that (even though that could be avoidable with the proper business model) but 1% is quite a deterant.  Regardless, you should never have saily withdrawal limits.  This may not seem like an issue for the small time traders, but for many of us, we'd rather not take 5+ days to move our money.  They either have the money, or don't.  Let it be accessible.

Also, don't think this is about security.  In my strong opinion, if you want to protect yourself, and your users, just setup a system to monitor withdrawals.  If an account behaves a certain way, flag it for manual withdrawal verification.  If you monitor for suspicious behavior, you don't have to lock in funds but can place the withdrawals on hold until the usecase can be validated as legit.

Personally I always calculate with the possibility of an exchange being hacked and my coins being stolen. No big exchange is safe from hackers. We should all know that by now and calculate with that possibility.
What really would be great is an exchange that has no central wallets that can be hacked. Some kind of exchange on the basis of a coin technic. A decentralized system with a blockchain (or tradechain) where a trade is only executed after enough clients confirmed it. I know that is not really possible as still only one client has to do the transaction in the Node or Bitcoin Blockchain and this client is then a weak point in the system. But maybe that could work although every user would have to have its wallets (Node, BTC, ...) open so that the exchange client can execute a trade.. hmm..
sorry I thought too much while i was writing Cheesy
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December 29, 2014, 04:38:42 PM
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Research cross-chain atomic transactions.  It's tech that is being developed but you might be pleasantly surprised.

A Personal Quote on BTT from 2011:
"I'd be willing to make a moderate "investment" if the value of the BTC went below $2.00.  Otherwise I'll just have to live with my 5 BTC and be happy. :/"  ...sigh.  If only I knew.
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December 29, 2014, 04:55:20 PM
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Research cross-chain atomic transactions.  It's tech that is being developed but you might be pleasantly surprised.

Thanks a lot!
Quite interesting. Will change the landscape of cryptocurrency when this is implemented in the networks.
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December 29, 2014, 04:59:57 PM
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Bter is not safe really need another exchange
why not safe for bter?
which one you suggest?

I haven't had a problem with bter

So says the 2 post newb.

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December 29, 2014, 07:58:12 PM
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Bter is not safe really need another exchange
why not safe for bter?
which one you suggest?

I haven't had a problem with bter

So says the 2 post newb.

I've been long time around crypto world before doing my first post on btt.There are lots of people who just like to read and gather info without being noticed or posting around.
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December 29, 2014, 08:13:09 PM
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NODE 120,000 Giveaway Update:

2,000 NODE were sent out today to those who wanted to participate.

500 extra NODE went to a participant who added their own style of signature to footer.

115,500 - 2,500 = 113,000 NODE left to giveaway!
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December 30, 2014, 02:12:50 AM
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Bter is not safe really need another exchange
why not safe for bter?
which one you suggest?

I haven't had a problem with bter

So says the 2 post newb.

I've been long time around crypto world before doing my first post on btt.There are lots of people who just like to read and gather info without being noticed or posting around.

If he wasn't a noob he wouldn't have said that.

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December 30, 2014, 02:16:40 AM
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Was going to buy a large amount of Node due to low prices, then I came to this thread to check out the buzz first and I notice title:

"[AИN] NODE - 2nd Gen. CryptoCurrency build from SCRATCH on NODE.JS - NEW CODE!"

I aborted investment as "build" should be "built". I cannot stand amateurs who cannot get the details right. It seems nitpicky, but it is a very bad sign for a big investor. If the thread title is not perfect, then what does that say about the code?

Hopefully this feedback will help you in some kind of way. Good luck with your project.
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December 30, 2014, 02:36:50 AM
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Was going to buy a large amount of Node due to low prices, then I came to this thread to check out the buzz first and I notice title:

"[AИN] NODE - 2nd Gen. CryptoCurrency build from SCRATCH on NODE.JS - NEW CODE!"

I aborted investment as "build" should be "built". I cannot stand amateurs who cannot get the details right. It seems nitpicky, but it is a very bad sign for a big investor. If the thread title is not perfect, then what does that say about the code?

Hopefully this feedback will help you in some kind of way. Good luck with your project.

It says the coders are Chinese and don't waste the effort on translations that they should. But they are very competent programmers.

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December 30, 2014, 03:25:56 AM
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Was going to buy a large amount of Node due to low prices, then I came to this thread to check out the buzz first and I notice title:

"[AИN] NODE - 2nd Gen. CryptoCurrency build from SCRATCH on NODE.JS - NEW CODE!"

I aborted investment as "build" should be "built". I cannot stand amateurs who cannot get the details right. It seems nitpicky, but it is a very bad sign for a big investor. If the thread title is not perfect, then what does that say about the code?

Hopefully this feedback will help you in some kind of way. Good luck with your project.

lol, seriously?

Have you not noticed that the crypto coin projects are being developed by people from all over the world?  For a lot of them, english is not their first language.

edit: actually the post seems like a weak attempt at fud
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Last edit: December 30, 2014, 11:14:22 AM by Nodeclub
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From a grammatical point of view, there is no error since at the time of creating of the topic system has been at the initial stage of its construction. Even today it is building and improving so it's more literary style matter rather than grammar, - such things are natural to people who speak a different language.

But I was surprised by the approach Smiley

Dude, The Bible was written in Hebrew, Aristotle in his life didn't say a single word in English Wink
Einstein, ingenious creator of the physical picture of the present world spoke German and good Italian, a little French, but his English was a horrible Smiley
His colleagues thought that he used probably 300 English words and pronounced it rather peculiar. Einstein later confessed that in fact he eventually never learned English.
He was a professor at Princeton for many years BTW Smiley He once said: "A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new".

Language for people of science is rather a tool than the temple. Any decent private school teaching at least two foreign languages 'cause it enriches a person since childhood.
People who know foreign languages are always more talented and creative 'cause they can see the world from different perspectives.

Happy new year everybody! Smiley Eυτυχισμένo τo Nέo Έτoς! Annum Novum fastum felicem fortunatum tibi precor! Buon Anno! Feliz Año Nuevo! Feliz Ano Novo! Bonne Année! An Nou Fericit! Glückliches Neues Jahr! Gelukkig Nieuwjaar! Godt Nyttår! Gott Nytt År! 新年快乐!שנה טובה 明けましておめでとうございます!Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku! C Hoвым Гoдoм! З Hoвим Poкoм! З Hoвым Гoдaм! Cpeћнa Hoвa гoдинa! Sretna Nova godina! Šťastný Nový Rok! Srečno novo leto!  سنة جديدة سعيدة Շնnրhավnր Ամանnր საახალწლო Yeni iliniz mübarək! ਨਵਾ ਸਾਲ ਮੁਬਾਰਕ! नया साल मुबारक हो! नवीन वर्षाच्या शुभेच्छा! హ్యాపీ న్యూ ఇయర్! ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು! புத்தாண்டு! പുതുവത്സരാശംസകൾ! සුභ නව වසරක්! नव वर्ष! Naujųjų Metų! Laimīgu Jauno gadu! Head uut aastat! Onnellista Uutta Vuotta! Boldog Új Évet! Жaңa Жыл Құтты Бoлcын! Mutlu Yıllar! سال نو مبارک Coли Haв Myбopaк! Yangi Yil Muborak! Furaha ya Mwaka Mpya! نیا سال مبارک ہو Masayang Bagong Taon! สวัสดีปีใหม่!

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December 30, 2014, 08:56:06 AM
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Was going to buy a large amount of Node due to low prices, then I came to this thread to check out the buzz first and I notice title:

"[AИN] NODE - 2nd Gen. CryptoCurrency build from SCRATCH on NODE.JS - NEW CODE!"

I aborted investment as "build" should be "built". I cannot stand amateurs who cannot get the details right. It seems nitpicky, but it is a very bad sign for a big investor. If the thread title is not perfect, then what does that say about the code?

Hopefully this feedback will help you in some kind of way. Good luck with your project.


Some guys think that they are the center of the universe and feel insulted that other people dont speak  their native language as good as they are .
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December 30, 2014, 09:03:50 AM
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Was going to buy a large amount of Node due to low prices, then I came to this thread to check out the buzz first and I notice title:

"[AИN] NODE - 2nd Gen. CryptoCurrency build from SCRATCH on NODE.JS - NEW CODE!"

I aborted investment as "build" should be "built". I cannot stand amateurs who cannot get the details right. It seems nitpicky, but it is a very bad sign for a big investor. If the thread title is not perfect, then what does that say about the code?

Hopefully this feedback will help you in some kind of way. Good luck with your project.


Some guys think that they are the center of the universe and feel insulted that other people dont speak  their native language as good as they are .

the title should be fixed regardless Wink
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December 30, 2014, 11:07:36 AM
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There are some misspellings in the client.

Blockchain verified complaite, wait synced blocks. -> Blockchain verification complete, wait for blocks synced.
Blockchain verified blocks. Verified 1338 of 2705 -> Blocks are being verified. Verified 1338 of 2705
Verified 1338 of 2705 -> Verified 1338 of 2705. (point was missing)

I am no native english speaker. Maybe somebody else can take a look.

And please rename c:\nxtl to c:\node or c:\nodemoney. Nxtl is history.


And all texts in the client! "Wait synced blocks" "Blockchain verified complaite" ...
I wonder why this is still not corrected. I follow Node from the beginning, and pointed to this problems month ago.
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December 30, 2014, 11:09:46 AM
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And all texts in the client! "Wait synced blocks" "Blockchain verified complaite" ...
I wonder why this is still not corrected. I follow Node from the beginning, and pointed to this problems month ago.

Has already been fixed, the update was not in a month

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December 30, 2014, 11:16:00 AM
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And all texts in the client! "Wait synced blocks" "Blockchain verified complaite" ...
I wonder why this is still not corrected. I follow Node from the beginning, and pointed to this problems month ago.

Has already been fixed, the update was not in a month

In Node 9.4.1b win from page 1? No, just tried it.
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December 30, 2014, 12:26:13 PM
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By popular demand, we have updated the topic title. Grin  Enjoy! )
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December 30, 2014, 12:28:06 PM
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Lol, *high-five*

I like it, but it might attract a troll or two wanting to argue. Cheesy

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December 30, 2014, 12:48:56 PM
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By popular demand, we have updated the topic title. Grin  Enjoy! )
Love,
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I like it. Good job. Smiley
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