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January 29, 2012, 11:27:22 PM
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So your position on this is "DMCA's dont affect me because im not under US law"
How about Megaupload?
Whos side are we on again?


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January 29, 2012, 11:32:15 PM
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It's not just the copyright law itself.
He got the code for free.
People spent a lot of time and effort writing it, and all they asked in return is to copy paste 10-20 lines.
How hard can it be? Even now, instead of arguing about it he could just add that to his license and be done with it.
Not doing that is just being an ungrateful asshole.
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January 29, 2012, 11:36:21 PM
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January 30, 2012, 12:17:55 AM
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It's just funny how ironic the whole situation is with some of these people supporting draconian laws to try to censor a free project they don't like. Isn't the Bitcoin ethos against this? Or am I in the wrong place?

"Dude you didn't put a text file exactly the way I like!!! OMFG I'm going to DMCA you!! Yeah that will teach you!!"

Bitcoin can have supporters like this, we only want people against these types of institutions working with and investing in SolidCoin at the moment.


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January 30, 2012, 12:20:30 AM
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January 30, 2012, 12:38:18 AM
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It's just funny how ironic the whole situation is with some of these people supporting draconian laws to try to censor a free project they don't like. Isn't the Bitcoin ethos against this? Or am I in the wrong place?

"Dude you didn't put a text file exactly the way I like!!! OMFG I'm going to DMCA you!! Yeah that will teach you!!"

Bitcoin can have supporters like this, we only want people against these types of institutions working with and investing in SolidCoin at the moment.



Just do the whole wide world a favor and shut the fuck up. You and your short bus full of simple minded ponzi-schemers continue to amaze and amuse with how dogged your pursuit of stupidity is. You were cuaght out in your lies and illegal acts, AGAIN, and no amount of brain dead hot air is going to change that.

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January 30, 2012, 12:39:05 AM
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It's just funny how ironic the whole situation is with some of these people supporting draconian laws to try to censor a free project they don't like. Isn't the Bitcoin ethos against this? Or am I in the wrong place?

"Dude you didn't put a text file exactly the way I like!!! OMFG I'm going to DMCA you!! Yeah that will teach you!!"

Bitcoin can have supporters like this, we only want people against these types of institutions working with and investing in SolidCoin at the moment.



That is the price you have to pay (in this specific instance) to use other peoples code. If you don't want to pay their price, don't use their code. They are not making you pay money, or give them royalties or ownership. They are just asking you not to take credit for their work.

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January 30, 2012, 01:19:32 AM
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Any publicity is good publicity. No matter how you skin this cat if you use the men with guns to try to take someone actual property irl because of something that is insubstantial and doesnt actually affect the original item its obscene.

If they ban it someone will just sell sc on Silk Road.

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January 30, 2012, 08:16:36 AM
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I've released v2.041 which fixes a crash bug in the Linux daemon, also updated the license.txt so that the criticisms shown from some supporters here can disappear.

http://solidcointalk.org/topic/532-solidcoin-v2041-released/

Thanks again for your support.

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January 30, 2012, 08:30:45 AM
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Dude, You have your own ENTIRE FORUMS, go post that the new client is out ver there, Not in multiple threads within Alt Cur. on the bitcoinforums

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January 30, 2012, 09:11:28 AM
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Dude, You have your own ENTIRE FORUMS, go post that the new client is out ver there, Not in multiple threads within Alt Cur. on the bitcoinforums

You do know SolidCoin is the second biggest cryptochain, the biggest "alt chain" . It certainly deserves mention on this segment of the forum given that.

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January 30, 2012, 09:22:35 AM
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How did you measure that because I would have guessed namecoin or LTC. I'm pretty sure name coin and LTC are "bigger" than ShitCoin but please tell me how I am wrong.

It's hard to take you serious when you are so intentionally offensive.

SolidCoin is the biggest "alt chain" or second biggest cryptochain (currently behind Bitcoin) because of the following :-

1) Number of nodes
2) Market cap.  2.8 million coins in circulation at $0.05 USD  ($140000)

I'm not sure what metrics you would use but if you want to compare some other chains in market cap

NMC: 2017300 coins * $0.028 = $56585
LTC: 3702750 coins * $0.0064 = $23697

So we are nearly 3 times bigger than namecoin and 6 times bigger than LiteCoin.

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January 30, 2012, 09:37:12 AM
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You do realize the price only went up because you changed it so you only have something like 5 coins in a block now and you are buying these coins?

number of nodes lol!

Also I thought you would have used biggest as most adapted, or most used, or most mined. namecoin and litecoin have you there. How much of your own money have you pumped into this to keep up the price? I guess it is not hard to do now that there is no volume due to no one mining it but you. No one can sell into your rise as you cut off the supply. (Give me great idea for TyGrr coin, lol)

And yeah, there is no need for you to take me seriously, and I wont be stopping the lulz.

Hah, if you think you're so smart and this is what is happening you could have so easily made so much money! How unfortunate for you. Smiley

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January 30, 2012, 11:54:06 AM
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Oh ScamCoin
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January 30, 2012, 11:58:52 AM
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what does DMCA mean?

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January 30, 2012, 12:22:07 PM
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Finally even King RealScam can follow a license agreement.  It only took what 5 months, countless posts, banning people from his forum, a DMCA takedown and 12 releases of the software to be compliant with the easiest license on the planet.

Granted you are still in violation of Oracle license and pirating their software but nobody is perfect right?

Way to prove even a learning disability can't keep you down.


I notice you claim a trademark to SolidCoin.  Come on now you are full of shit.  An international trademark search for term "SolidCoin" returned no results (neither aproved or submitted).  You do know a trademark must be registered.  You can't just claim you have one.  Hell just to be an ass I may file a trademark for the term SolidCoin and to use the SolidCoin logo just to show you how it is done.

On edit: granted there is no such thing as an international trademark registry so my "international" search tool only covers 90 or so countries but unless you filed a tademark in Norther Somolia I am pretty sure it would have shown up.
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January 30, 2012, 01:26:53 PM
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Finally even King RealScam can follow a license agreement.  It only took what 5 months, countless posts, banning people from his forum, a DMCA takedown and 12 releases of the software to be compliant with the easiest license on the planet.

Granted you are still in violation of Oracle license and pirating their software but nobody is perfect right?

Way to prove even a learning disability can't keep you down.


I notice you claim a trademark to SolidCoin.  Come on now you are full of shit.  An international trademark search for term "SolidCoin" returned no results (neither aproved or submitted).  You do know a trademark must be registered.  You can't just claim you have one.  Hell just to be an ass I may file a trademark for the term SolidCoin and to use the SolidCoin logo just to show you how it is done.

I would forever be in awe if you did!

I likely won't just because IP trolls (trademarks, copyrights, patents, etc) annoy the ever loving shit out of me.

Still it costs about $500 in the US to file a trademark registration and takes all of an hour to do the paperwork.  If the author isn't interested in spending a token amount to put the brand on solid legal footing well it shows how much ScamCoin is worth.
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January 30, 2012, 01:39:18 PM
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10Bitcoin bounty from me if someone gets it before King Scammer

LOLZ. In case someone is considering it, be aware that a first filed registration can be disputed.  It isn't a "auto-win" button.  Still it can be a painfully long process to dispute trademark registrations especially if contested which is why generally it is a good idea for any business to register their marks early and have evidence of "first date in commerce".  In the long run unless someone intends to provide a real product or service w/ the trademark it likely will be eventually overturned.
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January 30, 2012, 05:20:53 PM
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I've released v2.041 which fixes a crash bug in the Linux daemon, also updated the license.txt so that the criticisms shown from some supporters here can disappear.

http://solidcointalk.org/topic/532-solidcoin-v2041-released/

Thanks again for your support.
Wow, progress. I'm impressed. Next time do you think you can put the valid copyright info in the About Dialog so that most users will be able to see it when they run the GUI? Why do you try so hard to give the original authors as little credit as possible?

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January 30, 2012, 05:22:23 PM
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Please, COME ON GUUUUYS!
BAN ALL SOLIDCOIN RELATED TOPICS!! Including CH!
That's enough.

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