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July 20, 2014, 07:13:01 AM
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So I think I've correctly updated the mac wallet to the correct versions.

I've sent 1 VRC from my Mintpal account to my wallet and it still hasn't show up roughly 1 hour leter. I also dont see a record of the transaction in the block chain explorer. Am I on the correct fork?

Cheers =)

If it isn't on the explorer, it just means that Mintpal has it queued for a send on some kind of interval, or they messed up and you need to open a ticket.

Make sure you're using this explorer: http://chainz.cryptoid.info/vrc/


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July 20, 2014, 07:16:27 AM
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should have let the thief keep the coins..

why is MintPal VRC's problem ?
you think they care about you ? your ass will be delisted in an instant when ever they want (when the coin loses popularity) lol

i don't like certain aspects of this coin i have said else where and it was summarized a couple comments back so..
days ago i grabbed a few VRC and i already seem to be in the profit side LOL
why ? i had coins on BTER and wanted my BTC working for me on some other coin but didn't know what to choose
and i picked it because nothing else looked better or hyped up..

i will add again a good point.. i have said in crypto before.
at least this coin is *trying
a lot better than just a blatant scam clone coin !
i give em credit for that but i do have to consider does some aspects of this coin set a bad precedent ?
Fork roll backs and centralization issues and pointless Bitcoin integration of sorts ?
Sorry but i don't see this as a coin i want to take part in long term for those reasons.
And i have no proof but i personally think it's plausible this coin was created just to make another coin.
it's features that make it different were added at their core to say "we're different" ?

no way for me to know if the dev here didn't make 100 before and will make 100 more..
the bottom line is a new coin comes along every few minutes and we keep getting told this is THE one..
then the next one says the same damn thing lol

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July 20, 2014, 07:19:27 AM
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So I think I've correctly updated the mac wallet to the correct versions.

I've sent 1 VRC from my Mintpal account to my wallet and it still hasn't show up roughly 1 hour leter. I also dont see a record of the transaction in the block chain explorer. Am I on the correct fork?

Cheers =)

If it isn't on the explorer, it just means that Mintpal has it queued for a send on some kind of interval, or they messed up and you need to open a ticket.

Make sure you're using this explorer: http://chainz.cryptoid.info/vrc/

Ok cheers, perhaps i'm being a bit impatient. I'll wait a bit longer and if it still doesn't show up I'll open a ticket with Mintpal.

Thanks again.

P.s yes I was using that explorer =)

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July 20, 2014, 07:20:28 AM
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Cause of this coin's infinite coin age, it's easier to kill using this vulnerability.
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July 20, 2014, 08:33:11 AM
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Cause of this coin's infinite coin age, it's easier to kill using this vulnerability.


Just because it's "easier" doesn't make it easy. This vulnerability is well known but has yet to happen in reality.

in theory: almost impossible
in practice (a.k.a. real life): impossible
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July 20, 2014, 09:24:14 AM
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Cause of this coin's infinite coin age, it's easier to kill using this vulnerability.

If you are not sure about something, don´t make it sound like it is a certainty.

Since I'm not a developer nor a hacker I cant modify wallets to do such an attack, but here's the concept, which may not be right, but crackers may try. (...)

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July 20, 2014, 12:37:09 PM
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Guys when i open my wallet in the beginning it says NETWORK ALERT although i downloaded the new wallet 1.3.3. Do i have to do something or is this normal?  Thanx for your answer.
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July 20, 2014, 12:54:09 PM
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Guys when i open my wallet in the beginning it says NETWORK ALERT although i downloaded the new wallet 1.3.3. Do i have to do something or is this normal?  Thanx for your answer.

i have that too. But its all normal i wait until my wallet syncs up and then i can use it.

Please notice that the green synchronisation bar is not there anymore but instead a notice from the devs to make sure you download the 1.3.3 wallet.

You can see the progress of the synchronisation by hovering over the arrow circle at the buttom right on the wallet window.



Also i download the android wallet pretty nice !! Cheesy Verbit function solution is also good implemented.
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July 20, 2014, 01:02:41 PM
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Ok thanx. But so it is ok although it says network alert in the beginning?
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July 20, 2014, 01:14:01 PM
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yes network alert at start is fine is ok.  Lips sealed

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July 20, 2014, 01:41:14 PM
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Guys when i open my wallet in the beginning it says NETWORK ALERT although i downloaded the new wallet 1.3.3. Do i have to do something or is this normal?  Thanx for your answer.
I had this warning also a few days ago and it freaked me out at the beginning, was thinking my vericoins were being hacked like MP's. Then later I realised it was because an information was being sent to all wallets for the newest version. It was a message telling to get the 1.3.3 version.
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July 20, 2014, 01:42:16 PM
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Cause of this coin's infinite coin age, it's easier to kill using this vulnerability.

VeriCoin does not have "infinite" age but rather finite. Look at the code Smiley. In addition, your attack vector works on coins with very low network stake weight as well as very very long coin age, however, the probability that you would hit 6 blocks in a row before others with less than 30% of the network stake with a 9 million network stake weight (current) is minimal. And of course attacking would then blow your entire coinage and reduce it to nothing again making you have to wait another year to attempt to attack again.

Finally, no matter how it's argued, the supernodes would not checkpoint your blocks because of auto checkpointing which is done every block on the current longest block. So you can't fork off 10 blocks behind after you spent to try to beat out the current chain.

Until auto sync checkpointing is disabled, your attack vector is useless.

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July 20, 2014, 03:12:42 PM
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Cause of this coin's infinite coin age, it's easier to kill using this vulnerability.

VeriCoin does not have "infinite" age but rather finite. Look at the code Smiley. In addition, your attack vector works on coins with very low network stake weight as well as very very long coin age, however, the probability that you would hit 6 blocks in a row before others with less than 30% of the network stake with a 9 million network stake weight (current) is minimal. And of course attacking would then blow your entire coinage and reduce it to nothing again making you have to wait another year to attempt to attack again.

Finally, no matter how it's argued, the supernodes would not checkpoint your blocks because of auto checkpointing which is done every block on the current longest block. So you can't fork off 10 blocks behind after you spent to try to beat out the current chain.

Until auto sync checkpointing is disabled, your attack vector is useless.

Thanks Pat for clearing that up
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July 20, 2014, 04:48:02 PM
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Booked a hotel using Veribit Smiley

Rather than go through Expedia, got a "Global Hotel Card" used eGifter (this is also available on Gyft).  eGifter right now is offering 3% off the purchase of the gift card when using Veribit, and 3% additional points toward next purchase Smiley

Quick and speedy, everything went through smooth.
nice i will deff look into that now i have never heard of that place does it work for hotels in the usa?

https://globalhotelcard.com/ is powered by Orbitz, works just like Expedia, Hotwire, etc.   


eGifter and Gyft are both gift card dealers that have awesome Android and iPhone apps.  I used Gyft a lot more, I love the app, for little things like Steak n Shake, Burger King, etc.   Both sites/apps offer a lot of categories and a lot of places.  Recently though I have made the switch to eGfiter, as you can't beat 3% off AND 3% your next purchase (6% total basically) when you use Bitcoin.    Thus using Vericoin with Veribit, things are a win win win.   I highly suggest getting both apps, Gyft is much prettier and organized imo, but eGifter has a better deal right now, and also accepts Litecoin and Dogecoin.
So i checked out that link kinda made me worried how simple the site looked, but they do seem to be good i will keep them in mind for my vacation in september Smiley

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July 20, 2014, 04:49:26 PM
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@yoroyrobin 335,000+ followers

https://twitter.com/YoRoyRobin/status/490569473083334657

He has already tweeted about vericoin in the past. He mentioned he will keep tweeting about VRC for some donations. That is quite a lot of followers! Pretty cool stuff.

that is a pretty large number of twitter followers question is how many of those are real people and of those who are real do they even care about crypto like VRC? I wonder how much of " donation " he wants and what information he gives out when whe tweets?


Their followers are fake. No reason to give them any attention.
so they are fake? well thatnk you for answering that question for me. While even a little press is good it does no good if it goes to fake people lol

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July 20, 2014, 04:51:35 PM
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like the picture the badges facing us would have been good, BUT the part that gets me the most is the old man in the picture somehow i only pictured people like under 35 maybe 40 interested in crypto glad to see im wrong.... Vericoin can get  asugar daddy now Tongue

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July 20, 2014, 04:53:20 PM
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lol this paypal coin still exists? Shocked Grin
it sure does would you like for use to point you in the direction of a nice faucet so you can get some crumbs of vrc?

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July 20, 2014, 04:56:38 PM
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like the picture the badges facing us would have been good, BUT the part that gets me the most is the old man in the picture somehow i only pictured people like under 35 maybe 40 interested in crypto glad to see im wrong.... Vericoin can get  asugar daddy now Tongue

I would trust these fantastic Devs with every BTC i have got, but not sure if i would leave my doughnuts alone with them  Grin

But seriously. Vericoin is one of only a small handful of coins in the crypto (corrupto) world i world trust right now.

Long live Vericoin and all those who invest in her.
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July 20, 2014, 05:00:05 PM
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If you want to help the Vericoin Devs and support further development of Vericoin then BUY YOUR PHSICAL VERICOIN LOTTO TICKETS AND VERICOIN LOGO STICKERS NOW!!!!

50% of all sales go straight to the Verifund to help support development and you get something out of it too!!!!! PM me for details.


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July 20, 2014, 05:11:20 PM
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