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22.<cryptowest> AFAIK weve been talking with MP and they resolved it

23.<tf2honeybadger> This has been happening for a long time

24.<tf2honeybadger> Cryptsy also had this issue a while back

25.<cryptowest> wish someone told me that, i just started pos and ended pow

26.<cryptowest> lel

27.<tf2honeybadger> Please do not repeat this to anyone else, by the way.

28.<cryptowest> ok

29.<cryptowest> thx

30.<tf2honeybadger> If they ask what I needed, say we had a question about the new wallet and PoS

31.<cryptowest> yeah i really had no idea about that

32.<cryptowest> nobody ever mentioned it

33.<cryptowest> even mp jason and mullick the coin guy from cryptsy

34.<tf2honeybadger> Well, yeah.

35.<cryptowest> they asked for proof of checkpoint server

36.<tf2honeybadger> Exchange staff don't want to talk about it because it involves coins being inaccessible, so it makes people scared.

37.<tf2honeybadger> I know

38.<cryptowest> well they wouldve told me

39.<tf2honeybadger> I talked to them every day now

40.<tf2honeybadger> and bitjohn too

41.<cryptowest> weird

42.<tf2honeybadger> ************************

43.<tf2honeybadger> EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error       

44.<tf2honeybadger> CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12       

45.<tf2honeybadger> Whitecoin in AppInit()       

46.<tf2honeybadger> ************************

47.<tf2honeybadger> EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error       

48.<tf2honeybadger> CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12       

49.<tf2honeybadger> Whitecoin in AppInit()       

50.<tf2honeybadger> terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'

51.<tf2honeybadger>   what():  CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12

52.<tf2honeybadger> That was with -repairwallet

53.<cryptowest> it seems like a common problem when i google it

54.<cryptowest> even in bitcoin

55.<cryptowest> people saying to re-import private keys or -salvagewallet after backup

56.<tf2honeybadger> Not really an option

57.<tf2honeybadger> We use accounts extensively

58.<cryptowest> alright well

59.<cryptowest> can you just try moving the wallet.dat out, resyncing everything brand new, and then putting the wallet.dat back in

60.<tf2honeybadger> It works.

61.<tf2honeybadger> Well

62.<tf2honeybadger> no

63.<tf2honeybadger> I'll try that again

64.<tf2honeybadger> yo

65.<tf2honeybadger> bittrex-richie is reporting the same issue as us

66.<cryptowest> ugh

67.<cryptowest> did you get it resolved?

68.<cryptowest> Sad

69.<tf2honeybadger> No

70.<tf2honeybadger> It's pretty bad.

71.<cryptowest> ha

72.<cryptowest> well those fucking derps in charge shouldve told me the wallet had other issues

73.<cryptowest> i had no idea i dont even know where to start with it other than the suggestions on google and such

74.<tf2honeybadger> The client mindfox and I worked on solved this issue I think

75.<tf2honeybadger> He said it would work

76.<tf2honeybadger> but I can't get in contact with him right now

77.<cryptowest> he never mentioned that issue

78.<cryptowest> he wanted to add coin control and all this stuff

79.<cryptowest> is all he told me

80.<tf2honeybadger> Yeah, like I said, we don't like talking about it because it means exchanges can't access coins.

81.<cryptowest> hes been working on it still

82.<cryptowest> well if you guys knew about it and didnt tell me then its pretty much sabotage so im not sure what to say

83.<cryptowest> ill try and contact mindfox asap hes still working on it

84.<tf2honeybadger> lolwut?

85.<tf2honeybadger> Mindfox and I were working on it

86.<tf2honeybadger> and we both knew

87.<tf2honeybadger> Then I left because of the foundation hiding shit

88.<tf2honeybadger> Not my fault you didn't know dude

89.<cryptowest> well you left

90.<tf2honeybadger> Yeah

91.<cryptowest> if mindfox knew he forgot

92.<tf2honeybadger> And?

93.<cryptowest> hes trying to do other things, add features

94.<cryptowest> dunno if he even knew it was an issue

95.<tf2honeybadger> So why is it our fault?

96.<cryptowest> i dont care whos fault it is, i dont bicker

97.<cryptowest> i will ask mindfox asap if he did know about it and knows a resolution

Guys, If you don't want this repeated to anyone else, maybe don't make it into a public pastebin?



PROOF cryptowest IS NOT Mindfox.

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So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No and lol, time and effort put into FUD, not bad, pity all of those people live in different countries

How do you know that the answer is negative? Seems that both coins have anonymous developers and so nobody can confirm or deny that they are the same people or not.

Because if I hadn't done my research and checked, I wouldn't have said anything. Now I know.
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Security:
Two different geo-locations Hot wallets (primary and instant back-up).
Offline secured cold Wallet.
Automated back-ups and warning system for operators.
Ddos protecion.


Why the pool operators have to advertise things like "backups", "warning systems", "secure cold wallet" or "ddos protection"? I was thinking that these features should be taken for granted in any serious system and don't have to be "advertised".

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Security:
Two different geo-locations Hot wallets (primary and instant back-up).
Offline secured cold Wallet.
Automated back-ups and warning system for operators.
Ddos protecion.


Why the pool operators have to advertise things like "backups", "warning systems", "secure cold wallet" or "ddos protection"? I was thinking that these features should be taken for granted in any serious system and don't have to be "advertised".



Your reasoning denotes your total inexperience and objective.

We've run businesses for nearly 30 years and all our advertisements and business cards say:
"FULLY INSURED"

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Security:
Two different geo-locations Hot wallets (primary and instant back-up).
Offline secured cold Wallet.
Automated back-ups and warning system for operators.
Ddos protecion.


Why the pool operators have to advertise things like "backups", "warning systems", "secure cold wallet" or "ddos protection"? I was thinking that these features should be taken for granted in any serious system and don't have to be "advertised".



Your reasoning denotes your total inexperience and objective.

We've run businesses for nearly 30 years and all our advertisements and business cards say:
"FULLY INSURED"

You use phrase "fully insured". You don't say "we are making regular backups" or "we're trying to make our website resistant against ddos attacks with ddos protection".

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June 25, 2014, 03:58:24 PM
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cryptowest chatting with tf2honeybadger proves nothing about anything.


So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No.

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No
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June 25, 2014, 04:02:08 PM
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How do you know that the answer is negative? Seems that both coins have anonymous developers and so nobody can confirm or deny that they are the same people or not.

Because i'm gldcoin....  Roll Eyes

You are ... fun and pathetic  Cheesy

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22.<cryptowest> AFAIK weve been talking with MP and they resolved it

23.<tf2honeybadger> This has been happening for a long time

24.<tf2honeybadger> Cryptsy also had this issue a while back

25.<cryptowest> wish someone told me that, i just started pos and ended pow

26.<cryptowest> lel

27.<tf2honeybadger> Please do not repeat this to anyone else, by the way.

28.<cryptowest> ok

29.<cryptowest> thx

30.<tf2honeybadger> If they ask what I needed, say we had a question about the new wallet and PoS

31.<cryptowest> yeah i really had no idea about that

32.<cryptowest> nobody ever mentioned it

33.<cryptowest> even mp jason and mullick the coin guy from cryptsy

34.<tf2honeybadger> Well, yeah.

35.<cryptowest> they asked for proof of checkpoint server

36.<tf2honeybadger> Exchange staff don't want to talk about it because it involves coins being inaccessible, so it makes people scared.

37.<tf2honeybadger> I know

38.<cryptowest> well they wouldve told me

39.<tf2honeybadger> I talked to them every day now

40.<tf2honeybadger> and bitjohn too

41.<cryptowest> weird

42.<tf2honeybadger> ************************

43.<tf2honeybadger> EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error      

44.<tf2honeybadger> CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12      

45.<tf2honeybadger> Whitecoin in AppInit()      

46.<tf2honeybadger> ************************

47.<tf2honeybadger> EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error      

48.<tf2honeybadger> CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12      

49.<tf2honeybadger> Whitecoin in AppInit()      

50.<tf2honeybadger> terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'

51.<tf2honeybadger>   what():  CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12

52.<tf2honeybadger> That was with -repairwallet

53.<cryptowest> it seems like a common problem when i google it

54.<cryptowest> even in bitcoin

55.<cryptowest> people saying to re-import private keys or -salvagewallet after backup

56.<tf2honeybadger> Not really an option

57.<tf2honeybadger> We use accounts extensively

58.<cryptowest> alright well

59.<cryptowest> can you just try moving the wallet.dat out, resyncing everything brand new, and then putting the wallet.dat back in

60.<tf2honeybadger> It works.

61.<tf2honeybadger> Well

62.<tf2honeybadger> no

63.<tf2honeybadger> I'll try that again

64.<tf2honeybadger> yo

65.<tf2honeybadger> bittrex-richie is reporting the same issue as us

66.<cryptowest> ugh

67.<cryptowest> did you get it resolved?

68.<cryptowest> Sad

69.<tf2honeybadger> No

70.<tf2honeybadger> It's pretty bad.

71.<cryptowest> ha

72.<cryptowest> well those fucking derps in charge shouldve told me the wallet had other issues

73.<cryptowest> i had no idea i dont even know where to start with it other than the suggestions on google and such

74.<tf2honeybadger> The client mindfox and I worked on solved this issue I think

75.<tf2honeybadger> He said it would work

76.<tf2honeybadger> but I can't get in contact with him right now

77.<cryptowest> he never mentioned that issue

78.<cryptowest> he wanted to add coin control and all this stuff

79.<cryptowest> is all he told me

80.<tf2honeybadger> Yeah, like I said, we don't like talking about it because it means exchanges can't access coins.

81.<cryptowest> hes been working on it still

82.<cryptowest> well if you guys knew about it and didnt tell me then its pretty much sabotage so im not sure what to say

83.<cryptowest> ill try and contact mindfox asap hes still working on it

84.<tf2honeybadger> lolwut?

85.<tf2honeybadger> Mindfox and I were working on it

86.<tf2honeybadger> and we both knew

87.<tf2honeybadger> Then I left because of the foundation hiding shit

88.<tf2honeybadger> Not my fault you didn't know dude

89.<cryptowest> well you left

90.<tf2honeybadger> Yeah

91.<cryptowest> if mindfox knew he forgot

92.<tf2honeybadger> And?

93.<cryptowest> hes trying to do other things, add features

94.<cryptowest> dunno if he even knew it was an issue

95.<tf2honeybadger> So why is it our fault?

96.<cryptowest> i dont care whos fault it is, i dont bicker

97.<cryptowest> i will ask mindfox asap if he did know about it and knows a resolution

Guys, If you don't want this repeated to anyone else, maybe don't make it into a public pastebin?



PROOF cryptowest IS NOT Mindfox.




cryptowest chatting with tf2honeybadger proves nothing about anything.


So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

Maybe try at least reading what's posted.
BUT it's clearly evident you ARE NOT Interested in FACTS.
Respond anyway you wish...
You are now on our "ignore list"...

96.<cryptowest> i dont care whos fault it is, i dont bicker

97.<cryptowest> i will ask mindfox asap if he did know about it and knows a resolution

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cryptowest chatting with tf2honeybadger proves nothing about anything.


So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No.


Quote from: WheresMyWallet on Today at 03:21:42 PM
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So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No and lol, time and effort put into FUD, not bad, pity all of those people live in different countries


How do you know that the answer is negative? Seems that both coins have anonymous developers and so nobody can confirm or deny that they are the same people or not.

I repeat my previous answer to the same question

Because if I hadn't done my research and checked, I wouldn't have said anything. Now I know
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22.<cryptowest> AFAIK weve been talking with MP and they resolved it

23.<tf2honeybadger> This has been happening for a long time

24.<tf2honeybadger> Cryptsy also had this issue a while back

25.<cryptowest> wish someone told me that, i just started pos and ended pow

26.<cryptowest> lel

27.<tf2honeybadger> Please do not repeat this to anyone else, by the way.

28.<cryptowest> ok

29.<cryptowest> thx

30.<tf2honeybadger> If they ask what I needed, say we had a question about the new wallet and PoS

31.<cryptowest> yeah i really had no idea about that

32.<cryptowest> nobody ever mentioned it

33.<cryptowest> even mp jason and mullick the coin guy from cryptsy

34.<tf2honeybadger> Well, yeah.

35.<cryptowest> they asked for proof of checkpoint server

36.<tf2honeybadger> Exchange staff don't want to talk about it because it involves coins being inaccessible, so it makes people scared.

37.<tf2honeybadger> I know

38.<cryptowest> well they wouldve told me

39.<tf2honeybadger> I talked to them every day now

40.<tf2honeybadger> and bitjohn too

41.<cryptowest> weird

42.<tf2honeybadger> ************************

43.<tf2honeybadger> EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error       

44.<tf2honeybadger> CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12       

45.<tf2honeybadger> Whitecoin in AppInit()       

46.<tf2honeybadger> ************************

47.<tf2honeybadger> EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error       

48.<tf2honeybadger> CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12       

49.<tf2honeybadger> Whitecoin in AppInit()       

50.<tf2honeybadger> terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'

51.<tf2honeybadger>   what():  CDB() : can't open database file wallet.dat, error 12

52.<tf2honeybadger> That was with -repairwallet

53.<cryptowest> it seems like a common problem when i google it

54.<cryptowest> even in bitcoin

55.<cryptowest> people saying to re-import private keys or -salvagewallet after backup

56.<tf2honeybadger> Not really an option

57.<tf2honeybadger> We use accounts extensively

58.<cryptowest> alright well

59.<cryptowest> can you just try moving the wallet.dat out, resyncing everything brand new, and then putting the wallet.dat back in

60.<tf2honeybadger> It works.

61.<tf2honeybadger> Well

62.<tf2honeybadger> no

63.<tf2honeybadger> I'll try that again

64.<tf2honeybadger> yo

65.<tf2honeybadger> bittrex-richie is reporting the same issue as us

66.<cryptowest> ugh

67.<cryptowest> did you get it resolved?

68.<cryptowest> Sad

69.<tf2honeybadger> No

70.<tf2honeybadger> It's pretty bad.

71.<cryptowest> ha

72.<cryptowest> well those fucking derps in charge shouldve told me the wallet had other issues

73.<cryptowest> i had no idea i dont even know where to start with it other than the suggestions on google and such

74.<tf2honeybadger> The client mindfox and I worked on solved this issue I think

75.<tf2honeybadger> He said it would work

76.<tf2honeybadger> but I can't get in contact with him right now

77.<cryptowest> he never mentioned that issue

78.<cryptowest> he wanted to add coin control and all this stuff

79.<cryptowest> is all he told me

80.<tf2honeybadger> Yeah, like I said, we don't like talking about it because it means exchanges can't access coins.

81.<cryptowest> hes been working on it still

82.<cryptowest> well if you guys knew about it and didnt tell me then its pretty much sabotage so im not sure what to say

83.<cryptowest> ill try and contact mindfox asap hes still working on it

84.<tf2honeybadger> lolwut?

85.<tf2honeybadger> Mindfox and I were working on it

86.<tf2honeybadger> and we both knew

87.<tf2honeybadger> Then I left because of the foundation hiding shit

88.<tf2honeybadger> Not my fault you didn't know dude

89.<cryptowest> well you left

90.<tf2honeybadger> Yeah

91.<cryptowest> if mindfox knew he forgot

92.<tf2honeybadger> And?

93.<cryptowest> hes trying to do other things, add features

94.<cryptowest> dunno if he even knew it was an issue

95.<tf2honeybadger> So why is it our fault?

96.<cryptowest> i dont care whos fault it is, i dont bicker

97.<cryptowest> i will ask mindfox asap if he did know about it and knows a resolution

Guys, If you don't want this repeated to anyone else, maybe don't make it into a public pastebin?

why are you posting stuff from WC in here?  this has nothing to do with crypt.

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June 25, 2014, 04:09:35 PM
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How can you trust devs if they supposedly live in different countries and only met on the internet?

Because we are not racist and fascist like you, or maybe you don't know why internet was created... you need to think about it.
Also you seem to have no skill in programming and development (then security), that's sure.

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So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No

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How can you trust devs if they supposedly live in different countries and only met on the internet?


Would you allow those people access to the git?

No, its safer if only one dev has access to the git, isn't it....

that is another reason why ccryptcoin is likely just one dev, who has other alt names he created in order to obfuscate himself, and perhaps to dump his premine, and then blame it on one of his alt names (attitious)



Most coins work like this, and if you think they don't, you are fooling yourself.

Oh and premine? COME ON! Have you even read the thread? There was no premine.

I'd be more inclined to question whether you are another of Attious.
Can you prove otherwise, beyond a shadow of a doubt to everyone?

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Well if it is BS its certainly not mine, for example, I have no idea who these people are so how could I begin to make up a convo like this :

I think you don't understand... nobody care about what you are talking, you spam this thread with BS only that XD

I advise to be careful because google like you  Cool

maybe you don't care, maybe some people do care, that conversation I just posted could show the entire reason for attious and the FUD attack :
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[6/18/14 11:45:10 PM] Josh Lambert: but theyre shilling us hardcore prom is telling straight lies to us
[6/18/14 11:45:16 PM] Josh Lambert: same with moosa
[6/18/14 11:45:36 PM] Josh Lambert: but you played smart and sold and bought properly
[6/18/14 11:45:48 PM] Josh Lambert: so youre good i guess lol
[6/18/14 11:46:25 PM] NinjaTrader: too much drama for me im making out ok
[6/18/14 11:46:28 PM] Josh Lambert: and supposedly there is another skype chat
[6/18/14 11:46:39 PM] Josh Lambert: which had the word on glyph from day 1
[6/18/14 11:47:11 PM] NinjaTrader: who says this ?
[6/18/14 11:47:18 PM] Josh Lambert: attious
[6/18/14 11:47:23 PM] Josh Lambert: he was in it but they kicked him
[6/18/14 11:47:29 PM] Josh Lambert: cause he didnt do anything for crypt
[6/18/14 11:47:30 PM] NinjaTrader: lol
[6/18/14 11:47:40 PM] NinjaTrader: he didn't tho

I think its time josh gets doxed.

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June 25, 2014, 04:29:31 PM
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cryptowest chatting with tf2honeybadger proves nothing about anything.


So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No.


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So, is ccryptcoin really gldcoin?

No and lol, time and effort put into FUD, not bad, pity all of those people live in different countries


How do you know that the answer is negative? Seems that both coins have anonymous developers and so nobody can confirm or deny that they are the same people or not.

They are not now stfu please.  There are 100000s of coins with anon devs..are you going to link all of them with crypt? Quit pulling at straws and trying to keep BS up.  ITS NOT GLD OR GULD or anything.  Its its own coin and own devs.  MOVE ON!!!

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June 25, 2014, 04:46:57 PM
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June 25, 2014, 05:01:02 PM
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Be prepared.

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June 25, 2014, 05:07:08 PM
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Be prepared.

For what? Dump? Pump? Announcement?
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June 25, 2014, 05:27:21 PM
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Be prepared.

For what? Dump? Pump? Announcement?

Youre STILLLLLL here?  LOL...get a life dude.

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