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May 31, 2014, 12:53:22 AM
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Here's the reply I posted in the ipoMiner thread:

One of the ipoMiner support staff that helps us with covering Bitcointalk also works with MastiffCoin, handling their bitcointalk promotion work.

If you look into the blockchain and ipoMiner's own block records, you'll clearly see that ipoMiner did not mine the coin until well after 2 hours past launch. (We typically try to avoid mining coins at launch because many launches fail, forks happen more frequently in the first hour of a coin, etc.)

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May 31, 2014, 12:56:52 AM
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Here's the reply I posted in the ipoMiner thread:

One of the ipoMiner support staff that helps us with covering Bitcointalk also works with MastiffCoin, handling their bitcointalk promotion work.

If you look into the blockchain and ipoMiner's own block records, you'll clearly see that ipoMiner did not mine the coin until well after 2 hours past launch. (We typically try to avoid mining coins at launch because many launches fail, forks happen more frequently in the first hour of a coin, etc.)

I really don't see any problem with this. And think about who is buying your dump coins when you sell on information like this.

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May 31, 2014, 01:02:11 AM
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Here's the reply I posted in the ipoMiner thread:

One of the ipoMiner support staff that helps us with covering Bitcointalk also works with MastiffCoin, handling their bitcointalk promotion work.

If you look into the blockchain and ipoMiner's own block records, you'll clearly see that ipoMiner did not mine the coin until well after 2 hours past launch. (We typically try to avoid mining coins at launch because many launches fail, forks happen more frequently in the first hour of a coin, etc.)

I really don't see any problem with this. And think about who is buying your dump coins when you sell on information like this.

I honestly don't see a problem with it either.  Whether IpoMiner dev knows Mastiff dev or not, it's their discretion to choose to mine the coin and I actually feel more comfortable that he actually knows Mastiff dev and didn't take a blind shot in the dark on this person's programming skills.  IpoMiner has their own reputation to uphold and would have pulled out if they saw errors with this coin, regardless of whether they knew the person.

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May 31, 2014, 01:03:58 AM
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Just a quick reminder, don't forget to keep voting on Cryptsy (https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes) and Mintpal (https://www.mintpal.com/voting) Smiley
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May 31, 2014, 01:10:58 AM
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Very happy to be part of this coin!

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May 31, 2014, 01:16:46 AM
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Here's the reply I posted in the ipoMiner thread:

One of the ipoMiner support staff that helps us with covering Bitcointalk also works with MastiffCoin, handling their bitcointalk promotion work.

If you look into the blockchain and ipoMiner's own block records, you'll clearly see that ipoMiner did not mine the coin until well after 2 hours past launch. (We typically try to avoid mining coins at launch because many launches fail, forks happen more frequently in the first hour of a coin, etc.)

I really don't see any problem with this. And think about who is buying your dump coins when you sell on information like this.

I honestly don't see a problem with it either.  Whether IpoMiner dev knows Mastiff dev or not, it's their discretion to choose to mine the coin and I actually feel more comfortable that he actually knows Mastiff dev and didn't take a blind shot in the dark on this person's programming skills.  IpoMiner has their own reputation to uphold and would have pulled out if they saw errors with this coin, regardless of whether they knew the person.

If they wanted to scam, they would have mined from block 1, but they didn't. At the point they started mining it, the value wasn't really there. So IPO either fronted the BTC to pay the miners (stupid), or they have already been distributed on exchanges...

I see no problems.

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May 31, 2014, 01:50:21 AM
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Hey guys, the price drop a bit too much, what happen? No want buy a coin with unique feature? Promote them!!!! Need aggresive promotion + roadmap the more early possible!

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May 31, 2014, 02:03:50 AM
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Just curious, I have coins in my wallet, how does PoS work?  I just let them sit there and when they're staked I earn more?  little confused, first time actually holding PoS coin, lol

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May 31, 2014, 02:05:39 AM
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Just curious, I have coins in my wallet, how does PoS work?  I just let them sit there and when they're staked I earn more?  little confused, first time actually holding PoS coin, lol

Hey talk a look at my question here - and the answer that unimagani gave me - may help.....

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=613622.msg7013181#msg7013181
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May 31, 2014, 02:16:58 AM
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We'll be working up some diagrams of the CoinRecycler and a roadmap for development/beta/etc. and have that ready for you all by tomorrow night, Eastern US time.
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May 31, 2014, 02:18:11 AM
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Just curious, I have coins in my wallet, how does PoS work?  I just let them sit there and when they're staked I earn more?  little confused, first time actually holding PoS coin, lol

Hey talk a look at my question here - and the answer that unimagani gave me - may help.....

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=613622.msg7013181#msg7013181


Gotcha, I think I just read it too fast, just have to let them sit there.  I LIKE IT!  lol

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May 31, 2014, 02:20:54 AM
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Hey guys, the price drop a bit too much, what happen? No want buy a coin with unique feature? Promote them!!!! Need aggresive promotion + roadmap the more early possible!
You're showing fear and other users see that.

It's 4:20AM here, I guess OP is from Europe too.

What kind of "agressive promotion" do you want to see in this time?


MAST to the moon.

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May 31, 2014, 02:33:45 AM
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We'll be working up some diagrams of the CoinRecycler and a roadmap for development/beta/etc. and have that ready for you all by tomorrow night, Eastern US time.

Have to say this is a pretty exciting idea. Taking on 'other' coins, selling them on the market increases supply of these 'other' coins - increasing supply decreases there 'worth' - buying mastiff with these coins increases demand for mastiff - increasing price of mastiff. Other coins drop in worth crossed with mastiff makes our coin 'stronger' - seems like a win/win for mastiff.... Hope I remembered my economics and forex concepts here - but anyway - seems like a brilliant idea.

Do you also take 1cent and 2c US coins? I have a bucket of them here in NZ - which also makes them particularly worthless Smiley
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May 31, 2014, 02:44:27 AM
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Hey guys, the price drop a bit too much, what happen? No want buy a coin with unique feature? Promote them!!!! Need aggresive promotion + roadmap the more early possible!
You're showing fear and other users see that.

It's 4:20AM here, I guess OP is from Europe too.

What kind of "agressive promotion" do you want to see in this time?


MAST to the moon.

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May 31, 2014, 02:55:42 AM
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We'll be working up some diagrams of the CoinRecycler and a roadmap for development/beta/etc. and have that ready for you all by tomorrow night, Eastern US time.

Have to say this is a pretty exciting idea. Taking on 'other' coins, selling them on the market increases supply of these 'other' coins - increasing supply decreases there 'worth' - buying mastiff with these coins increases demand for mastiff - increasing price of mastiff. Other coins drop in worth crossed with mastiff makes our coin 'stronger' - seems like a win/win for mastiff.... Hope I remembered my economics and forex concepts here - but anyway - seems like a brilliant idea.

Do you also take 1cent and 2c US coins? I have a bucket of them here in NZ - which also makes them particularly worthless Smiley
yes, it seems to me a good idea.But we really need to learn the more details on how this coinrecycler  work.  There r still some questions remained, for example, people more likely sell their dumped coin to this cycler which r almost worthless, what ratio is going to be?
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May 31, 2014, 03:16:09 AM
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Hey guys, the price drop a bit too much, what happen? No want buy a coin with unique feature? Promote them!!!! Need aggresive promotion + roadmap the more early possible!
You're showing fear and other users see that.

It's 4:20AM here, I guess OP is from Europe too.

What kind of "agressive promotion" do you want to see in this time?


MAST to the moon.

Ipominer made this coin. u can read last pages and this pages and find out.

It was made quite clear that IpoMiner did NOT make this coin but rather know and are confident in this programmer and his work and the code itself.  Regardless!  I don't care where the next coin comes from or who makes it, a good coin is a good coin.  Simple as that.  This is really weak FUD being spread here, that's all you have to attack on this coin is that fact that IpoMiner would put it's reputation on the line backing this coin that someone they knew made?  If you ask me, that should be a selling point.  That's one reliable as hell programmer if IpoMiner will back them.

We'll be working up some diagrams of the CoinRecycler and a roadmap for development/beta/etc. and have that ready for you all by tomorrow night, Eastern US time.

Have to say this is a pretty exciting idea. Taking on 'other' coins, selling them on the market increases supply of these 'other' coins - increasing supply decreases there 'worth' - buying mastiff with these coins increases demand for mastiff - increasing price of mastiff. Other coins drop in worth crossed with mastiff makes our coin 'stronger' - seems like a win/win for mastiff.... Hope I remembered my economics and forex concepts here - but anyway - seems like a brilliant idea.

Do you also take 1cent and 2c US coins? I have a bucket of them here in NZ - which also makes them particularly worthless Smiley
yes, it seems to me a good idea.But we really need to learn the more details on how this coinrecycler  work.  There r still some questions remained, for example, people more likely sell their dumped coin to this cycler which r almost worthless, what ratio is going to be?

I would assume the "ratio" would just go off of Highest intsa-sell bid for x coin/lowest insta-buy bid for MAST.  I'm not sure if they'll handle coins like doje since they'd never sell and just be out money but if they did in theory it would be a .00000001 for doje and .00013004 currently for MAST so 13004 Doje would buy 1 MAST.  Hope I helped  Smiley

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May 31, 2014, 03:23:24 AM
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The ratio of <coin> to MAST for the CoinRecycler will be based on prices from exchanges - we can't invent additional money to buy them up at increased prices out of thin air of course Smiley We'll be selling the coins that are recycled, and buying MAST on the open market as described in the initial announcement. We do have a few special benefits planned for CoinRecycler users, which will help incentivize use of the CoinRecycler. More details will be included in the develop roadmap that we will present tomorrow.
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May 31, 2014, 03:31:28 AM
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I am ready right now to recycle some coins!
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The ratio of <coin> to MAST for the CoinRecycler will be based on prices from exchanges - we can't invent additional money to buy them up at increased prices out of thin air of course Smiley We'll be selling the coins that are recycled, and buying MAST on the open market as described in the initial announcement. We do have a few special benefits planned for CoinRecycler users, which will help incentivize use of the CoinRecycler. More details will be included in the develop roadmap that we will present tomorrow.

Can I get a countdown timer link?  Tongue

Edit:  Found one: http://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic?iso=20140531T21&p0=179&msg=CoinRecycler+Roadmap&csz=1

Thanks Twitter!  lol

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