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January 20, 2012, 08:31:25 PM
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most of the work could be copied from existing coins,
but there would be some features that do not exist anywhere.

It would not be a currency, but more something like namecoin hybrid.

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January 20, 2012, 09:02:45 PM
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you could send me a PM , if interested
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January 20, 2012, 10:39:17 PM
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Why keep this secret? Open source is good for projects like this.

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January 20, 2012, 10:45:11 PM
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Why keep this secret? Open source is good for projects like this.

maybe I want to get something out of it for myself first ?
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January 21, 2012, 12:25:20 AM
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You aren't going to get very far if you have no users though, and keeping it private means you're basically screwed unless you somehow find users who are happy to use a proprietary bitcoin modification that they probably have no idea what it could do to their systems...

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January 21, 2012, 12:25:48 AM
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Why keep this secret? Open source is good for projects like this.

maybe I want to get something out of it for myself first ?

someone wants to make their own scamcoin but doesn't want to do it themselves

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January 21, 2012, 12:46:19 AM
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Gee, wanting to set up a massive pre-mine so you can play the pump and dump game from the front of the conga line? AND being too lazy to set it up yourself?

That is just sooo 2011!

Why not offer up your modifications in response to a bounty to improve an existing coin system?

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January 21, 2012, 07:54:58 AM
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Based on the Good Wife, I don't want to go to jail for 10 years because I created a currency.
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January 21, 2012, 02:57:22 PM
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Gee, wanting to set up a massive pre-mine so you can play the pump and dump game from the front of the conga line? AND being too lazy to set it up yourself?

That is just sooo 2011!

Why not offer up your modifications in response to a bounty to improve an existing coin system?

asking for a help, yet most of replays are attacking...

I would do it myself if I was able to.

Where can I get that bounty you are mentioning ?


the thing is, this is not competitor of coins, but a system that would improve all of the existing ones,
something that would go in parallel to all crypto currencies.

I would premine maybe 10% of the volume, share it with developer that would do the coding,
it would be a "gift" to community, but I would like to rely on my own terms of appreciation,
and not charity or recognition, or some other kind of gratification.

ok?
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January 21, 2012, 03:07:54 PM
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Why keep this secret? Open source is good for projects like this.

this would be open source, just after a little bit of preminig Smiley
I mean, why not ?
If people do not like the idea, I get nothing, but pay a developer from this community.
U think Satoshi did not stash away a few coins for himself ?
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January 21, 2012, 08:26:17 PM
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Gee, wanting to set up a massive pre-mine so you can play the pump and dump game from the front of the conga line? AND being too lazy to set it up yourself?

That is just sooo 2011!

Why not offer up your modifications in response to a bounty to improve an existing coin system?

asking for a help, yet most of replays are attacking...

I would do it myself if I was able to.

Where can I get that bounty you are mentioning ?


the thing is, this is not competitor of coins, but a system that would improve all of the existing ones,
something that would go in parallel to all crypto currencies.

I would premine maybe 10% of the volume, share it with developer that would do the coding,
it would be a "gift" to community, but I would like to rely on my own terms of appreciation,
and not charity or recognition, or some other kind of gratification.

ok?


What the world needs in NOT another cryptocurrency. If your "modifications" are so effective, throw them out into the wild, developers will certainly implement them, and I am sure the community will throw bouquets of bonuses your way.

A 10% premine is not a gift to the community, it is a brutal rape, and to think that any tweak to the system would be worth 10% of anything is insulting and greedy. Especially if yoiu are trying to get somebody else to produce it for you, seemingly on the vague promise that the coder would get the benefit of your premine. That model only works with stupid coders and a massive pump and dump, which is just another way of clearly showing the world that what you propose is bullshit, not innovation.

Sorry if you feel that "replay" (sic) is an attack, it is how this member of the community sees your request. Coming to a community predicated on open source and telling the world you want to determine how much the world owes you for your mysterious brilliant improvements which you are not willing to introduce in an open way is insulting and crude, and smacks of drive-by profiteering.

Learn from the responses, or find a patsy to create it for you, release your premined bullshit coin and have Luke The Cunt back-rape you and your coin.

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January 21, 2012, 09:30:18 PM
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What the world needs in NOT another cryptocurrency.

you certainly have your morals in abundance Smiley
but your attention is low
I said it is not a currency, but a "system" ,
I need this technology because it is very good for intended purpose

If your "modifications" are so effective, throw them out into the wild, developers will certainly implement them, and I am sure the community will throw bouquets of bonuses your way.

Yea right, Gavin Andresen bought a house from our donations

A 10% premine is not a gift to the community, it is a brutal rape, and to think that any tweak to the system would be worth 10% of anything is insulting and greedy.


You seem very much concerned about my profit motivation,
that should not be any of your busyness,
especially if you are not offering yourself to code this.

Actually, I dare to say you are the insulting and greedy one.

I am not claiming my modifications to be effective,
but am willing to put them to test by paying for work to be done,
since I don't know how to create additional code...


Especially if yoiu are trying to get somebody else to produce it for you, seemingly on the vague promise that the coder would get the benefit of your premine. That model only works with stupid coders and a massive pump and dump, which is just another way of clearly showing the world that what you propose is bullshit, not innovation.


well thank you very much on your precious opinion,
now I can print it and use it later in the toilet


Sorry if you feel that "replay" (sic) is an attack, it is how this member of the community sees your request. Coming to a community predicated on open source and telling the world you want to determine how much the world owes you for your mysterious brilliant improvements which you are not willing to introduce in an open way is insulting and crude, and smacks of drive-by profiteering.

Learn from the responses, or find a patsy to create it for you, release your premined bullshit coin and have Luke The Cunt back-rape you and your coin.

work on your anger management, it's not good for your skin,
all this stress
your posts are not constructive, so go find another thread
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January 21, 2012, 09:37:23 PM
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DeVCoin offered only 100 bitcoins for initial coding, but had a bunch of details about how it was to work.

Since you provide no clues a coder could use to guestimate how many hundreds of hours it might take to create your proposed features, or even if they are in fact feasible at all rather than some kind of crazy pipedream based on total failure to grok computers or code or blockchains or something, there really isn't much to go on in trying to give you any kind of estimate.

RealCoin supposedly cost $10,000 and is still working on figuring out exactly what features it is actually going to have, so maybe that is a better case study to take your estimate from since you too have not detailed your exact feature-set yet...

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January 21, 2012, 10:29:37 PM
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DeVCoin offered only 100 bitcoins for initial coding, but had a bunch of details about how it was to work.

Since you provide no clues a coder could use to guestimate how many hundreds of hours it might take to create your proposed features, or even if they are in fact feasible at all rather than some kind of crazy pipedream based on total failure to grok computers or code or blockchains or something, there really isn't much to go on in trying to give you any kind of estimate.

RealCoin supposedly cost $10,000 and is still working on figuring out exactly what features it is actually going to have, so maybe that is a better case study to take your estimate from since you too have not detailed your exact feature-set yet...

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thanx,
It seems a bit steep, this 10k usd
but 100 btc I would consider...

I did not describe anything,
because I would have no competitive advantage against all the developers here...

I better try on some frelancer site than
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January 21, 2012, 11:22:25 PM
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Man, you should really spend some time in the alt-coin forum. You have no market and are assuredly going to get ripped a new asshole for whatever you attempt.

Try genjix. He coded Realcoin for some other tool who wanted to pump-and-dump; it doesn't even exist and already has a pool coming together to destroy it on it's release date. I am sure he will happily take your money.

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January 22, 2012, 04:40:32 AM
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DeVCoin offered only 100 bitcoins for initial coding, but had a bunch of details about how it was to work.

Since you provide no clues a coder could use to guestimate how many hundreds of hours it might take to create your proposed features, or even if they are in fact feasible at all rather than some kind of crazy pipedream based on total failure to grok computers or code or blockchains or something, there really isn't much to go on in trying to give you any kind of estimate.

RealCoin supposedly cost $10,000 and is still working on figuring out exactly what features it is actually going to have, so maybe that is a better case study to take your estimate from since you too have not detailed your exact feature-set yet...

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thanx,
It seems a bit steep, this 10k usd
but 100 btc I would consider...

I did not describe anything,
because I would have no competitive advantage against all the developers here...

I better try on some frelancer site than

Good luck with your $650 coding budget! That ought to go over really, really well with the starving code jockeys of Mumbai. Hope your innovative brilliance takes the world by storm, and your 10% premine escapes everyone's notice so you can be proclaimed the next alt-coin genius. I believe there is room next to RS on the bench seat of the Short Bus to Geniusland.

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January 22, 2012, 09:24:59 AM
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In fairness it should also be pointed out that actually Unthinkingbit did a whole bunch of the coding for DeVCoin himself, too, he didn't just pay others to do it all for him. Plus the direct rewards for actual coding were just part of the package, there were also bitcoins to be made for many other parts of the project. So it was both much more expensive than just 100 bitcoins and much more work than just sitting back letting paid minions do all the work.

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January 23, 2012, 04:45:35 AM
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I'll do it for 13 million solidcoins.

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January 23, 2012, 07:46:43 AM
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I will gladly help you for 21,000,001 BTC.
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January 31, 2012, 10:24:11 PM
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I'll do it for 2 100 000 BTC.
But if you contact me within 24h I will give you a 21% discount.

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