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July 18, 2014, 10:06:07 AM
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Mintpal obviously slowly dying and I dont like craptsy and their anoying limits for unverified users. I need decent, trusted and not too many bots overcrowded exchange. So what do you guys suggest?

They dont have any limits for unverified users right now. If your not verified, all you cant do is use the USD markets, VRC/BTC is fair game. I think you have mis-information.
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July 18, 2014, 11:11:31 AM
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Can somebody say something to cheer me up I feel kinda sad today,
especially with all this Malaysian aircraft happening recently...  Dann you politicians !!  I hate war.
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July 18, 2014, 11:52:49 AM
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where can i get an updated 1.3.3 version for Mac? vericoin.info has the old one
thx
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July 18, 2014, 11:56:37 AM
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where can i get an updated 1.3.3 version for Mac? vericoin.info has the old one
thx

The http://www.vericoin.info/ has the latest version. Try to clear your cache and download again.

Follow this for installation: http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,64.0.html  //// http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,63.0.html
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July 18, 2014, 12:13:22 PM
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Current Wallet Version 1.3.3 - Make sure you’re with the right version, if you're not update at www.vericoin.info

Follow this for installation: http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,64.0.html  //// http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,63.0.html

Share / ReTweet using:  https://twitter.com/BrunoPro79/status/489969328213983232
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July 18, 2014, 12:29:31 PM
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Bittrex

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VRC Market: https://www.bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-VRC

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July 18, 2014, 01:10:44 PM
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https://trade.moolah.io/market/usd/vrc

Okay now Vericoin can be traded for USD. Wallet implementation i do expect by this weekend.

We will catch up soon to the top again, i am pretty confident about this.
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July 18, 2014, 01:13:03 PM
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where can i get an updated 1.3.3 version for Mac? vericoin.info has the old one
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The http://www.vericoin.info/ has the latest version. Try to clear your cache and download again.

Follow this for installation: http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,64.0.html  //// http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,63.0.html

how do i clear the cache? i downloaded the latest version and done the whole bootstrap thing. when i open the wallet it tells me i'm on 1.3.0???

if i just let the wallet.dat in the folder and delete everything else and then start the wallet then i do have 1.3.3 wallet but can't connect to any nodes??? Please help!!!
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July 18, 2014, 01:21:17 PM
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where can i get an updated 1.3.3 version for Mac? vericoin.info has the old one
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The http://www.vericoin.info/ has the latest version. Try to clear your cache and download again.

Follow this for installation: http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,64.0.html  //// http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,63.0.html

how do i clear the cache? i downloaded the latest version and done the whole bootstrap thing. when i open the wallet it tells me i'm on 1.3.0???

if i just let the wallet.dat in the folder and delete everything else and then start the wallet then i do have 1.3.3 wallet but can't connect to any nodes??? Please help!!!

i dont use a mac but i am pretty sure there was a little different instruction to follow. something with the .conf data.

Make sure you deinstalled your wallet , than you have to clear that map hidden in your system maps, delet there everything expect wallet.dat . Than you need the vericoin.conf (i think) data. dont use safari.


Just look again into the official instructions that was given to you.
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July 18, 2014, 02:04:50 PM
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where can i get an updated 1.3.3 version for Mac? vericoin.info has the old one
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The http://www.vericoin.info/ has the latest version. Try to clear your cache and download again.

Follow this for installation: http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,64.0.html  //// http://veritalk.info/index.php/topic,63.0.html

how do i clear the cache? i downloaded the latest version and done the whole bootstrap thing. when i open the wallet it tells me i'm on 1.3.0???

if i just let the wallet.dat in the folder and delete everything else and then start the wallet then i do have 1.3.3 wallet but can't connect to any nodes??? Please help!!!

i dont use a mac but i am pretty sure there was a little different instruction to follow. something with the .conf data.

Make sure you deinstalled your wallet , than you have to clear that map hidden in your system maps, delet there everything expect wallet.dat . Than you need the wallet.conf (i think) data. dont use safari.


Just look again into the official instructions that was given to you.

In addition to the two links above you have the post -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602041.msg7844241#msg7844241
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July 18, 2014, 02:21:24 PM
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Can anyone here comment on the profitability of the Vericoin mining pool?

Has anyone calculated an average return per Mh/s over a week or so with a scrypt miner?

I'm considering giving it a go since I like the sound of it paying out in Vericoin etc, but if it's not as profitable as mining a standard mining pool then I'd rather just mine other coins and buy Veri =P

Sorry to bump so soon. Just wasn't sure if this would get noticed with all the childish bickering going on.

C'mon guys, if you really want Vericoin to succeed then let's keep it mature and professional (relatively) on here! This is THE Vericoin forum after all. One of the reasons I believe that dogecoin is failing is due to it's toxically childish community.. More talk about crypto and why Vericoin is awesome please =)

Also if anyone could tell me about the profits from the mining pool, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and have a great day!

You're absolutely right. I don't wanna see fucking guys in here, i come here to get information.

I'm mining at the vericoin pool with my small 2.5 Mh/s miner and actually i get abot 1.5 to 1.7 VRC the day. That doesn't even pay my electricity costs but i'm sure it will pay out cause i stand 100% behind VRC and i'm  confident that it will be the future coin.

Hmm, ok so from the sounds of it then maybe I should stick to mining a different multipool and just buy Veri when it seems appropriate.

I've got a 95 Mh/s miner, so at 1.5 VRC / Mh / day I'd only expect to get a return of around 150 VRC per day, which is only worth currently around 30 USD. I can definitely do better than that on another pool and buy Veri.

If I've got something wrong in my calcs then if like to hear it. I absolutely support Veribin every other way, currently staking over 2k Veri =)

I do need to try to ROI on my miner though so I'll do my best to support in other ways!

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July 18, 2014, 02:40:27 PM
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Can anyone here comment on the profitability of the Vericoin mining pool?

Has anyone calculated an average return per Mh/s over a week or so with a scrypt miner?

I'm considering giving it a go since I like the sound of it paying out in Vericoin etc, but if it's not as profitable as mining a standard mining pool then I'd rather just mine other coins and buy Veri =P

Sorry to bump so soon. Just wasn't sure if this would get noticed with all the childish bickering going on.

C'mon guys, if you really want Vericoin to succeed then let's keep it mature and professional (relatively) on here! This is THE Vericoin forum after all. One of the reasons I believe that dogecoin is failing is due to it's toxically childish community.. More talk about crypto and why Vericoin is awesome please =)

Also if anyone could tell me about the profits from the mining pool, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and have a great day!

You're absolutely right. I don't wanna see fucking guys in here, i come here to get information.

I'm mining at the vericoin pool with my small 2.5 Mh/s miner and actually i get abot 1.5 to 1.7 VRC the day. That doesn't even pay my electricity costs but i'm sure it will pay out cause i stand 100% behind VRC and i'm  confident that it will be the future coin.

Hmm, ok so from the sounds of it then maybe I should stick to mining a different multipool and just buy Veri when it seems appropriate.

I've got a 95 Mh/s miner, so at 1.5 VRC / Mh / day I'd only expect to get a return of around 150 VRC per day, which is only worth currently around 30 USD. I can definitely do better than that on another pool and buy Veri.

If I've got something wrong in my calcs then if like to hear it. I absolutely support Veribin every other way, currently staking over 2k Veri =)

I do need to try to ROI on my miner though so I'll do my best to support in other ways!

It pays out over time, in a different way than most pools. Hey as long as you are getting your return from the mining and putting some of that into VRC you're getting the same result. You just have to do a little more legwork through the exchanges.

GL with your mining rig!

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July 18, 2014, 02:55:42 PM
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Can anyone here comment on the profitability of the Vericoin mining pool?

Has anyone calculated an average return per Mh/s over a week or so with a scrypt miner?

I'm considering giving it a go since I like the sound of it paying out in Vericoin etc, but if it's not as profitable as mining a standard mining pool then I'd rather just mine other coins and buy Veri =P

Sorry to bump so soon. Just wasn't sure if this would get noticed with all the childish bickering going on.

C'mon guys, if you really want Vericoin to succeed then let's keep it mature and professional (relatively) on here! This is THE Vericoin forum after all. One of the reasons I believe that dogecoin is failing is due to it's toxically childish community.. More talk about crypto and why Vericoin is awesome please =)

Also if anyone could tell me about the profits from the mining pool, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and have a great day!

You're absolutely right. I don't wanna see fucking guys in here, i come here to get information.

I'm mining at the vericoin pool with my small 2.5 Mh/s miner and actually i get abot 1.5 to 1.7 VRC the day. That doesn't even pay my electricity costs but i'm sure it will pay out cause i stand 100% behind VRC and i'm  confident that it will be the future coin.

Hmm, ok so from the sounds of it then maybe I should stick to mining a different multipool and just buy Veri when it seems appropriate.

I've got a 95 Mh/s miner, so at 1.5 VRC / Mh / day I'd only expect to get a return of around 150 VRC per day, which is only worth currently around 30 USD. I can definitely do better than that on another pool and buy Veri.

If I've got something wrong in my calcs then if like to hear it. I absolutely support Veribin every other way, currently staking over 2k Veri =)

I do need to try to ROI on my miner though so I'll do my best to support in other ways!

Keep in mind if you are mining another coin at another pool and then trading it for VRC, you incur the following costs: mining pool fee + exchange fee + transfer fee.  VeriPool fees are currently 2.5%, so you are coming out ahead at VeriPool, which also does the trading for you via OBA (saving you time) and deposits the VRC directly to your wallet.

The pool will be updated with "bells and whistles" later, but for now it is a great option for "mining" VRC and it also supports the VeriFund.  No brainer for me...

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July 18, 2014, 03:23:00 PM
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FYI, I just used VeriBit to book a hotel room for my wife through Expedia.

Expedia received the bitcoin promptly, then dropped back to the reservations screen to tell me it had accidentally lost the room and that, even though my 'bank' had processed the payment, they would send it back to me in a few days!!!!!1111!

Now, get this, I telephone the US Expedia customer service, sit on the phone for 45 minutes, then the guy's supervisor finally gets back to me and says, "So I understand you paid by Paypal?" !!!!

Turns out he had no idea either what bitcoin was or the fact that Expedia hotel bookings could now be paid with 'em. "No, Sir, we only accept credit card payment or PayPal" LOL.

Long story short, I had to explain to him that they did, indeed, accept bitcoin for hotel bookings now and that there was no way they would be able to refund the money automatically. He's having to contact 'corporate' to find our what the score is. I said he should kick some ass at corporate over the support desk not being informed about bitcoin and how to handle problems with payments/refunds.

Sheesh.


Still, I did enjoy getting to use VeriBit for realz.


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July 18, 2014, 03:32:48 PM
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Can anyone here comment on the profitability of the Vericoin mining pool?

Has anyone calculated an average return per Mh/s over a week or so with a scrypt miner?

I'm considering giving it a go since I like the sound of it paying out in Vericoin etc, but if it's not as profitable as mining a standard mining pool then I'd rather just mine other coins and buy Veri =P

Sorry to bump so soon. Just wasn't sure if this would get noticed with all the childish bickering going on.

C'mon guys, if you really want Vericoin to succeed then let's keep it mature and professional (relatively) on here! This is THE Vericoin forum after all. One of the reasons I believe that dogecoin is failing is due to it's toxically childish community.. More talk about crypto and why Vericoin is awesome please =)

Also if anyone could tell me about the profits from the mining pool, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and have a great day!

You're absolutely right. I don't wanna see fucking guys in here, i come here to get information.

I'm mining at the vericoin pool with my small 2.5 Mh/s miner and actually i get abot 1.5 to 1.7 VRC the day. That doesn't even pay my electricity costs but i'm sure it will pay out cause i stand 100% behind VRC and i'm  confident that it will be the future coin.

Hmm, ok so from the sounds of it then maybe I should stick to mining a different multipool and just buy Veri when it seems appropriate.

I've got a 95 Mh/s miner, so at 1.5 VRC / Mh / day I'd only expect to get a return of around 150 VRC per day, which is only worth currently around 30 USD. I can definitely do better than that on another pool and buy Veri.

If I've got something wrong in my calcs then if like to hear it. I absolutely support Veribin every other way, currently staking over 2k Veri =)

I do need to try to ROI on my miner though so I'll do my best to support in other ways!

It pays out over time, in a different way than most pools. Hey as long as you are getting your return from the mining and putting some of that into VRC you're getting the same result. You just have to do a little more legwork through the exchanges.

GL with your mining rig!

Thanks I appreciate the comments =)

So would you say that the previous comments re the return rate of the Vericoin pool were inaccurate possibly? Seemed a fair bit lower than I would have hoped =/

I do want to support Vericoin, I don't exactly understand what Verifund is though, and how I would be supporting it by mining the Veripool.

Could someone shed some light on that for me please?

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July 18, 2014, 03:36:23 PM
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Can anyone here comment on the profitability of the Vericoin mining pool?

Has anyone calculated an average return per Mh/s over a week or so with a scrypt miner?

I'm considering giving it a go since I like the sound of it paying out in Vericoin etc, but if it's not as profitable as mining a standard mining pool then I'd rather just mine other coins and buy Veri =P

Sorry to bump so soon. Just wasn't sure if this would get noticed with all the childish bickering going on.

C'mon guys, if you really want Vericoin to succeed then let's keep it mature and professional (relatively) on here! This is THE Vericoin forum after all. One of the reasons I believe that dogecoin is failing is due to it's toxically childish community.. More talk about crypto and why Vericoin is awesome please =)

Also if anyone could tell me about the profits from the mining pool, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and have a great day!

You're absolutely right. I don't wanna see fucking guys in here, i come here to get information.

I'm mining at the vericoin pool with my small 2.5 Mh/s miner and actually i get abot 1.5 to 1.7 VRC the day. That doesn't even pay my electricity costs but i'm sure it will pay out cause i stand 100% behind VRC and i'm  confident that it will be the future coin.

Hmm, ok so from the sounds of it then maybe I should stick to mining a different multipool and just buy Veri when it seems appropriate.

I've got a 95 Mh/s miner, so at 1.5 VRC / Mh / day I'd only expect to get a return of around 150 VRC per day, which is only worth currently around 30 USD. I can definitely do better than that on another pool and buy Veri.

If I've got something wrong in my calcs then if like to hear it. I absolutely support Veribin every other way, currently staking over 2k Veri =)

I do need to try to ROI on my miner though so I'll do my best to support in other ways!

It pays out over time, in a different way than most pools. Hey as long as you are getting your return from the mining and putting some of that into VRC you're getting the same result. You just have to do a little more legwork through the exchanges.

GL with your mining rig!

Thanks I appreciate the comments =)

So would you say that the previous comments re the return rate of the Vericoin pool were inaccurate possibly? Seemed a fair bit lower than I would have hoped =/

I do want to support Vericoin, I don't exactly understand what Verifund is though, and how I would be supporting it by mining the Veripool.

Could someone shed some light on that for me please?

Here is a link to the fund page.
http://www.vericoin.info/verifund.html

It supports the development of Vericoin services.

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July 18, 2014, 03:53:29 PM
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only one node found from dnsseeds and it does not work, 198.199.94.191 gives Refused error for dns queries

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connect() failed after select(): Connection refused
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July 18, 2014, 04:35:59 PM
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Live tomorrow @ 11AM EST

You can still support: thndr.it/1xY8U0Q
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July 18, 2014, 04:46:01 PM
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Right. Grow up.








no thanks, I'll just stay 21 forever. Grin


lol that is funny i will go for 25 forever have some common sense and youth lol

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July 18, 2014, 06:22:02 PM
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Everyone who isn't doing the thunderclap campaign can still help this weekend by using social media to get the word out. We got a reach of like a quarter million people that will hear us on that day. Everyone do your part! it will be a good way to get VeriCoin into peoples heads, and at a great time when a lot of nice things are being released!

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