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June 24, 2014, 10:03:12 PM
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Not sure, hopefully tonight. Unfortunately we have a lot on our plate today with VeriBit's full release for tomorrow too.

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June 24, 2014, 10:49:00 PM
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What is this I hear about a vericoin party at BTCitcoin center in NYC ?

Contacting the BTC Center. Will provide details once I know more.

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June 24, 2014, 11:14:37 PM
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here is my logic:
XC went up to 480k sats. they have 6 million coins.

so VRC  26 million is roughly 4 times that.
this coin seems to be superior, and judging by the fact that people like it as much as they did xc,

i think 100k sats is a fair normal  price, but I think 50k within a few days is a more appropriate, conservative estimate.

the main thing i like about this coin is the distribution, according to the richlist there aren't any monster holders who can control the price. that is good.

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June 24, 2014, 11:19:28 PM
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When you don't want ThreadStakeMinter, add:
Stake=0
..to your .conf file.
It will stop from mining PoS blocks.

That make sense. Thanks for letting me know. We should put together a tutorial or help documentation.  There is no way inexperienced users like myself figure out these settings, I did not even know there is a .conf file. My understanding was from this thread that the community aims a wide adoption of the coin. Wide adoption would require people new to the crypto currency universe and they need a better documentation or explaining how to use the software what is what on the UI.
Dude. why would you want to stop the POS mining?  Do you not like collecting interest?  The wallet is the easiest in the world to use.  Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically.  or Encrypt your wallet and then unlock it with your passphrase when you open it to collect the interest.

What else do you need to know?  Even a 7 year old could mint Vericoins!
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June 24, 2014, 11:27:11 PM
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What is this I hear about a vericoin party at BTCitcoin center in NYC ?

Contacting the BTC Center. Will provide details once I know more.

NYer here.
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June 24, 2014, 11:55:42 PM
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When you don't want ThreadStakeMinter, add:
Stake=0
..to your .conf file.
It will stop from mining PoS blocks.

That make sense. Thanks for letting me know. We should put together a tutorial or help documentation.  There is no way inexperienced users like myself figure out these settings, I did not even know there is a .conf file. My understanding was from this thread that the community aims a wide adoption of the coin. Wide adoption would require people new to the crypto currency universe and they need a better documentation or explaining how to use the software what is what on the UI.
Dude. why would you want to stop the POS mining?  Do you not like collecting interest?  The wallet is the easiest in the world to use.  Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically.  or Encrypt your wallet and then unlock it with your passphrase when you open it to collect the interest.

What else do you need to know?  Even a 7 year old could mint Vericoins!

Yeah the 7 years could, but when you are 72 like me you do things very differently :-))

I never said I don't want to stake interest - all I was asking how to enable the disabled menu item so how to lock the wallet. I just started panicking because some amount was next to the Stake label which was not spendable, so I wanted to know how to stop the whole staking in case if suddenly I need the money to pay for my medication to keep me awake (because I am exhausted from this crypt thing ans I have been trading only 3 days) ...  And you see, you are confusing me even more :-))) you said " Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically" while the setting is the opposite, you need to encrypt it to collect interest automatically.

IF you encrypted your wallet with a passphrase, then you need to "Unlock" it, in order for the staking process to begin. If however, you didn't set a passphrase, then you don't need to worry about anything. Hope that makes sense?
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June 25, 2014, 12:10:58 AM
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When you don't want ThreadStakeMinter, add:
Stake=0
..to your .conf file.
It will stop from mining PoS blocks.

That make sense. Thanks for letting me know. We should put together a tutorial or help documentation.  There is no way inexperienced users like myself figure out these settings, I did not even know there is a .conf file. My understanding was from this thread that the community aims a wide adoption of the coin. Wide adoption would require people new to the crypto currency universe and they need a better documentation or explaining how to use the software what is what on the UI.
Dude. why would you want to stop the POS mining?  Do you not like collecting interest?  The wallet is the easiest in the world to use.  Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically.  or Encrypt your wallet and then unlock it with your passphrase when you open it to collect the interest.

What else do you need to know?  Even a 7 year old could mint Vericoins!

Yeah the 7 years could, but when you are 72 like me you do things very differently :-))

I never said I don't want to stake interest - all I was asking how to enable the disabled menu item so how to lock the wallet. I just started panicking because some amount was next to the Stake label which was not spendable, so I wanted to know how to stop the whole staking in case if suddenly I need the money to pay for my medication to keep me awake (because I am exhausted from this crypt thing ans I have been trading only 3 days) ...  And you see, you are confusing me even more :-))) you said " Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically" while the setting is the opposite, you need to encrypt it to collect interest automatically.

IF you encrypted your wallet with a passphrase, then you need to "Unlock" it, in order for the staking process to begin. If however, you didn't set a passphrase, then you don't need to worry about anything. Hope that makes sense?

Yes it does, thanks! That's what I did, I have encrypted the wallet and unlocked the wallet by clicking on the Unlock wallet menu item. I guess the disabled "Unlock wallet" menu item does not matter, it just remains disabled once the wallet is encrypted. Sorry for the silly questions.
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June 25, 2014, 12:36:10 AM
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When you don't want ThreadStakeMinter, add:
Stake=0
..to your .conf file.
It will stop from mining PoS blocks.

That make sense. Thanks for letting me know. We should put together a tutorial or help documentation.  There is no way inexperienced users like myself figure out these settings, I did not even know there is a .conf file. My understanding was from this thread that the community aims a wide adoption of the coin. Wide adoption would require people new to the crypto currency universe and they need a better documentation or explaining how to use the software what is what on the UI.
Dude. why would you want to stop the POS mining?  Do you not like collecting interest?  The wallet is the easiest in the world to use.  Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically.  or Encrypt your wallet and then unlock it with your passphrase when you open it to collect the interest.

What else do you need to know?  Even a 7 year old could mint Vericoins!

Yeah the 7 years could, but when you are 72 like me you do things very differently :-))

I never said I don't want to stake interest - all I was asking how to enable the disabled menu item so how to lock the wallet. I just started panicking because some amount was next to the Stake label which was not spendable, so I wanted to know how to stop the whole staking in case if suddenly I need the money to pay for my medication to keep me awake (because I am exhausted from this crypt thing ans I have been trading only 3 days) ...  And you see, you are confusing me even more :-))) you said " Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically" while the setting is the opposite, you need to encrypt it to collect interest automatically.

IF you encrypted your wallet with a passphrase, then you need to "Unlock" it, in order for the staking process to begin. If however, you didn't set a passphrase, then you don't need to worry about anything. Hope that makes sense?

Yes it does, thanks! That's what I did, I have encrypted the wallet and unlocked the wallet by clicking on the Unlock wallet menu item. I guess the disabled "Unlock wallet" menu item does not matter, it just remains disabled once the wallet is encrypted. Sorry for the silly questions.

Yes, if you've already unlocked the wallet, then the "unlock" option is disabled. Glad I could help clear things up
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June 25, 2014, 12:54:03 AM
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Are you saying it will be at 25.5?
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June 25, 2014, 12:55:46 AM
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What is this I hear about a vericoin party at BTCitcoin center in NYC ?

Contacting the BTC Center. Will provide details once I know more.

NYer here.

All aboard the Veritrain wooowooooo, dont listen to this guy above nothing is stopping this train
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June 25, 2014, 01:17:26 AM
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What is this I hear about a vericoin party at BTCitcoin center in NYC ?

Contacting the BTC Center. Will provide details once I know more.

NYer here.

All aboard the Veritrain wooowooooo, dont listen to this guy above nothing is stopping this train

I disagree. Occasionally, the train will stop to let off a few passengers, the weak hands. Then it will resume on its course.
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June 25, 2014, 01:30:46 AM
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What is this I hear about a vericoin party at BTCitcoin center in NYC ?

Contacting the BTC Center. Will provide details once I know more.

NYer here.

All aboard the Veritrain wooowooooo, dont listen to this guy above nothing is stopping this train

I disagree. Occasionally, the train will stop to let off a few passengers, the weak hands. Then it will resume on its course.

oh yea for sure home dawg, I been getting off and on also with a few coins but the chart above shows a max of .00029 when it was at .00030 for about 15 minutes today so I would not put to much faith in someone elses chart. Also a post like above subconsciously gives people a target that may be totally false. I just wanna know where the veriparty is going to be, lets drink some profits Tongue
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June 25, 2014, 01:52:38 AM
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Veribit works:

https://twitter.com/ScottAllyn/status/481615160310644736

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June 25, 2014, 01:55:08 AM
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My VeriBit results:

http://imgur.com/a/qgbWn


IT WORKS!
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June 25, 2014, 02:37:19 AM
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Here's a direct link to the VeriBit video for those who don't bother with Twitter:

   http://youtu.be/PLuBgdQJ6NQ

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June 25, 2014, 02:55:26 AM
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When you don't want ThreadStakeMinter, add:
Stake=0
..to your .conf file.
It will stop from mining PoS blocks.

That make sense. Thanks for letting me know. We should put together a tutorial or help documentation.  There is no way inexperienced users like myself figure out these settings, I did not even know there is a .conf file. My understanding was from this thread that the community aims a wide adoption of the coin. Wide adoption would require people new to the crypto currency universe and they need a better documentation or explaining how to use the software what is what on the UI.
Dude. why would you want to stop the POS mining?  Do you not like collecting interest?  The wallet is the easiest in the world to use.  Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically.  or Encrypt your wallet and then unlock it with your passphrase when you open it to collect the interest.

What else do you need to know?  Even a 7 year old could mint Vericoins!

The wallet pretty much blows cheese.  It's not intuitive and I have 28 years of IT experience.  For instance, I had X number of coins I bought and staked. They were earning interest, and the icon was blue (intuitive?).  Then I bought Y number of coins.  The wallet said I had X coins staked and Y coins spendable, and the icon turned some off-shade of blue (I don't really know because I'm color blind) and the help text (when you hover the mouse for five minutes over the icon) said I had "no mature coins".  Then after 8 hours (I knew it took 8 hours, but your average person would probably have no clue) no coins were staked and all the coins were "spendable".  I cannot figure out how to move them all to "staked".  There is zero help in the software and I do not know if I am earning interest. The wallet is encrypted and unlocked.  How could a novice coin user ever hope to understand what is going on here?  I know we are all techies, but where's the FAQ, and where's the manual?  Basic 101 stuff...


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June 25, 2014, 03:08:38 AM
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Hey guys is vericoin a centralized coin ? I just got reemed by a friend saying its no good cause its centralized.. give me some ammo
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June 25, 2014, 03:10:09 AM
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When you don't want ThreadStakeMinter, add:
Stake=0
..to your .conf file.
It will stop from mining PoS blocks.

That make sense. Thanks for letting me know. We should put together a tutorial or help documentation.  There is no way inexperienced users like myself figure out these settings, I did not even know there is a .conf file. My understanding was from this thread that the community aims a wide adoption of the coin. Wide adoption would require people new to the crypto currency universe and they need a better documentation or explaining how to use the software what is what on the UI.
Dude. why would you want to stop the POS mining?  Do you not like collecting interest?  The wallet is the easiest in the world to use.  Keep it unencrypted and your coins will begin collecting interest automatically.  or Encrypt your wallet and then unlock it with your passphrase when you open it to collect the interest.

What else do you need to know?  Even a 7 year old could mint Vericoins!

The wallet pretty much blows cheese.  It's not intuitive and I have 28 years of IT experience.  For instance, I had X number of coins I bought and staked. They were earning interest, and the icon was blue (intuitive?).  Then I bought Y number of coins.  The wallet said I had X coins staked and Y coins spendable, and the icon turned some off-shade of blue (I don't really know because I'm color blind) and the help text (when you hover the mouse for five minutes over the icon) said I had "no mature coins".  Then after 8 hours (I knew it took 8 hours, but your average person would probably have no clue) no coins were staked and all the coins were "spendable".  I cannot figure out how to move them all to "staked".  There is zero help in the software and I do not know if I am earning interest. The wallet is encrypted and unlocked.  How could a novice coin user ever hope to understand what is going on here?  I know we are all techies, but where's the FAQ, and where's the manual?  Basic 101 stuff...



Well, I have 0 years of IT experience, 0 years of programming experience, and 0 knowledge on anything technical.  I know how to do everything and nobody taught me anything.  Shocked
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June 25, 2014, 03:12:56 AM
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Hey guys is vericoin a centralized coin ? I just got reemed by a friend saying its no good cause its centralized.. give me some ammo

Well, as of right now, the main features are centralized.  Embarrassed
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June 25, 2014, 03:26:41 AM
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Hey guys is vericoin a centralized coin ? I just got reemed by a friend saying its no good cause its centralized.. give me some ammo

No, the coin isn't. We've added some features which are currently centralized because we are testing them. We don't want to release stuff until it's working 100%. And those centralized things are a SMS wallet and VeriSend, an anon system. Otherwise, the coin is much like Litecoin or Blackcoin.

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