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June 26, 2014, 12:11:58 AM
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my trust rating is 0 from where i see it.

hmm nope, definitely not 0 from where I'm looking.
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My apologies wrong person. I deleted the post, sorry again

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June 26, 2014, 12:12:10 AM
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FFS people already posting FUD on Twitter about it not using HTTPS. Here is the link they posted

http://crypto-news.tumblr.com/post/89907923958/new-cryptcoin-commander-web-wallet-is-not-trustless

Some people have nothing better to do in their tiny little lifes! Keyboard warriors!



ccryptcoin and all of his alts or multiple personalities will get booted from cryptcoin


I am trying to help you guys to see that ccryptcoin preplanned to dump on the summer solstice night,

he likely planned it as he was creating the coin and making all of his alts, so that he could scapegoat one of his

alts and still appear as though he was a 'good' dev

Did someone forget to bring out the wicker man?
Let me just pass your dummy back into your pram.
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June 26, 2014, 12:12:47 AM
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Where are you FUDDeRS ?

I think that they've just started their engines:

http://crypto-news.tumblr.com/post/89907923958/new-cryptcoin-commander-web-wallet-is-not-trustless
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June 26, 2014, 12:13:07 AM
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FFS people already posting FUD on Twitter about it not using HTTPS. Here is the link they posted

http://crypto-news.tumblr.com/post/89907923958/new-cryptcoin-commander-web-wallet-is-not-trustless

Some people have nothing better to do in their tiny little lifes! Keyboard warriors!



ccryptcoin and all of his alts or multiple personalities will get booted from cryptcoin


I am trying to help you guys to see that ccryptcoin preplanned to dump on the summer solstice night,

he likely planned it as he was creating the coin and making all of his alts, so that he could scapegoat one of his

alts and still appear as though he was a 'good' dev

Did someone forget to bring out the wicker man?
Let me just pass your dummy back into your pram.

LOL

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June 26, 2014, 12:15:10 AM
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Where are you FUDDeRS ?

I think that they've just started their engines:



John why are you being so bad?  Do we need to dox you already?

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June 26, 2014, 12:16:15 AM
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You people who are supporting this shit coin,


you are like drunkGOLDEN GIRLS, worshipping gldcoin who is now calling himself ccryptcoin





Do you realize theyre laughing at your stupid comments?  GLDCOIN..LOLLOLOLOL.  Come on come up with something better then the witches solstice.  Take that broom stick outta your ass before you fly away.

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June 26, 2014, 12:17:07 AM
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Update 06.25.14 -- CRYPT Commander DEMO


We are excited to announce the CRYPT Commander. The Commander is now in beta testing and available in Demo form here http://commdemo.cryptco.org
Live demo and chat support available on on Freenode IRC channel: #cryptcoin.

Anonymous transfer is still under development by Mindfox and we are still on schedule
As always stay tuned for many more features coming soon.

Please be aware that this is strictly a demo to expo the commander pre release, CryptCoinTeam is not liable for user funds sent to and from this demo, anyone can have access during this demo showcase.

If prompted user/pass is demo/demo



Completed Features:
 - Wallet front-end
 - Ability to send and receive CryptCoin
 - New Address Generation
 - Address management (renaming labels, archiving addresses)
 - Market Cap, Price, and Volume stats
 - Cryptcoin Ticker data from all listed exchanges.
 - Mobile-optimized display, compatible with modern smartphone browsers
 - Trade platform via API (coming soon)

Known Issues:
- Placeholder icons still in use
- Current Block (bytes) displays as 0
- cryptcoind returns inaccurate
- Staking disabled for transaction test purposes
- Sign Message functionality requires encrypted wallet - disabled for this test
- Trade tab reserved for future update with trade API integration
- Network fee is not calculated into transaction amount
- Effects of mass scale user logins currently unknown.  It's a beta!


Nice, devs actually working on productive features and ignoring the trolls.
Just how it should be.

work of art.


is DEV is Picasso? Smiley

Innovation VRC fegs.  Stop weaping already. CRY CRY CRY

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June 26, 2014, 12:17:33 AM
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wow, that post couldn't have been more wrong about every point in it, I'm truely amazed.
Looks like someone got the "Coins for dummies" book for x-mas and still didn't understand how things work.
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June 26, 2014, 12:17:52 AM
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Where are you FUDDeRS ?

I think that they've just started their engines:



John why are you being so bad?  Do we need to dox you already?


A GOLDEN GIRL speaks

Why do you keep refering to yourself as a golden girl?  WTF is wrong with you man?

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June 26, 2014, 12:20:06 AM
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Update 06.25.14 -- CRYPT Commander DEMO


We are excited to announce the CRYPT Commander. The Commander is now in beta testing and available in Demo form here http://commdemo.cryptco.org
Live demo and chat support available on on Freenode IRC channel: #cryptcoin.

Anonymous transfer is still under development by Mindfox and we are still on schedule
As always stay tuned for many more features coming soon.

Please be aware that this is strictly a demo to expo the commander pre release, CryptCoinTeam is not liable for user funds sent to and from this demo, anyone can have access during this demo showcase.

If prompted user/pass is demo/demo



Completed Features:
 - Wallet front-end
 - Ability to send and receive CryptCoin
 - New Address Generation
 - Address management (renaming labels, archiving addresses)
 - Market Cap, Price, and Volume stats
 - Cryptcoin Ticker data from all listed exchanges.
 - Mobile-optimized display, compatible with modern smartphone browsers
 - Trade platform via API (coming soon)

Known Issues:
- Placeholder icons still in use
- Current Block (bytes) displays as 0
- cryptcoind returns inaccurate
- Staking disabled for transaction test purposes
- Sign Message functionality requires encrypted wallet - disabled for this test
- Trade tab reserved for future update with trade API integration
- Network fee is not calculated into transaction amount
- Effects of mass scale user logins currently unknown.  It's a beta!


Nice, devs actually working on productive features and ignoring the trolls.
Just how it should be.

CRY CRY CRY

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June 26, 2014, 12:22:03 AM
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wow, that post couldn't have been more wrong about every point in it, I'm truely amazed.
Looks like someone got the "Coins for dummies" book for x-mas and still didn't understand how things work.

What's wrong with this post?
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June 26, 2014, 12:24:01 AM
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First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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June 26, 2014, 12:25:23 AM
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Seriously "Just_Me", your trust rating and comments are just horrendous.
Stealing from charitable organisations, shame on you, SHAME ON YOU.
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June 26, 2014, 12:26:32 AM
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FFS people already posting FUD on Twitter about it not using HTTPS. Here is the link they posted

http://crypto-news.tumblr.com/post/89907923958/new-cryptcoin-commander-web-wallet-is-not-trustless

Some people have nothing better to do in their tiny little lifes! Keyboard warriors!



Commander is meant to be run locally and is only exposed to the web at the user's discretion. We always recommend securing your wallet and web app with SSL, but for the purposes of this demo, left it open so as to let users send money without an encryption key. As for SSL and PLAINTEXT -- we're literally giving out the username and password, in plaintext, in many locations. I would imagine it much easier for someone to find it there than sniffing packets.

"But how will they integrate any kind of anonymity feature with this web wallet if the operator has access to private keys and may even know who you are (for example, it may store your IP address)"

USER = OPERATOR

YOU are the operator.

Lead Dev of CRYPT -- http://www.cryptco.org/ -- @CryptCoinTeam
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June 26, 2014, 12:30:38 AM
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wow, that post couldn't have been more wrong about every point in it, I'm truely amazed.
Looks like someone got the "Coins for dummies" book for x-mas and still didn't understand how things work.

What's wrong with this post?

you made it so everythings wrong.  Dont BS ppl here and say you didnt.  Go back to fuckin VRC psnoker feg.

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June 26, 2014, 12:31:32 AM
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wow, that post couldn't have been more wrong about every point in it, I'm truely amazed.
Looks like someone got the "Coins for dummies" book for x-mas and still didn't understand how things work.

What's wrong with this post?

This is a demo so people in the wider community can take a look at it.
It isn't meant to be run online, its a local wallet.
The demo was left open so people could try it out, so of course it isn't going to have SSL, and its in PLAINTEXT, they even gave out the username and password.
And that crap about the operator, that's you, not some random dude. Its like this post is talking about a third person sitting on their shoulder pressing keys.
Seriously, I haven't laughed so hard in a long time.
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June 26, 2014, 12:31:45 AM
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FFS people already posting FUD on Twitter about it not using HTTPS. Here is the link they posted

http://crypto-news.tumblr.com/post/89907923958/new-cryptcoin-commander-web-wallet-is-not-trustless

Some people have nothing better to do in their tiny little lifes! Keyboard warriors!



Commander is meant to be run locally and is only exposed to the web at the user's discretion. We always recommend securing your wallet and web app with SSL, but for the purposes of this demo, left it open so as to let users send money without an encryption key. As for SSL and PLAINTEXT -- we're literally giving out the username and password, in plaintext, in many locations. I would imagine it much easier for someone to find it there than sniffing packets.

"But how will they integrate any kind of anonymity feature with this web wallet if the operator has access to private keys and may even know who you are (for example, it may store your IP address)"

USER = OPERATOR

YOU are the operator.

 I think that many people (obviously wrongly) assume that this will be hosted online service. Maybe you need to update your announcement.

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June 26, 2014, 12:32:01 AM
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Seriously "Just_Me", your trust rating and comments are just horrendous.
Stealing from charitable organisations, shame on you, SHAME ON YOU.


allegations only. no proofs.
I was trying to help out people who are not allowed to ask for donations on bitcointalk because bitcointalk censors them.
That is a separate matter, and nothing to do with you


GOLDEN GIRLS



Damn dude you stole from a charitable organization?  WTF is wrong with your bitch ass.  

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June 26, 2014, 12:32:42 AM
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THIS COIN IS DEAD


Looks like this guy pretends to represent the salvation army and steals donations. Why would you steal from the most disadvantaged people of society?Huh That's horrible, and here you are accusing people of stealing?!  Embarrassed I know you'll probably deny this; Don't make me look for the pastebin!!!  Roll Eyes


BTW - We only give out the "beating a dead horse" award here. Bobsurplus won already. move along.
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June 26, 2014, 12:32:52 AM
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FFS people already posting FUD on Twitter about it not using HTTPS. Here is the link they posted

http://crypto-news.tumblr.com/post/89907923958/new-cryptcoin-commander-web-wallet-is-not-trustless

Some people have nothing better to do in their tiny little lifes! Keyboard warriors!



Commander is meant to be run locally and is only exposed to the web at the user's discretion. We always recommend securing your wallet and web app with SSL, but for the purposes of this demo, left it open so as to let users send money without an encryption key. As for SSL and PLAINTEXT -- we're literally giving out the username and password, in plaintext, in many locations. I would imagine it much easier for someone to find it there than sniffing packets.

"But how will they integrate any kind of anonymity feature with this web wallet if the operator has access to private keys and may even know who you are (for example, it may store your IP address)"

USER = OPERATOR

YOU are the operator.

CCRYPTCOIN WINS A MEDAL





So much for being a bible basher eh? Is this not one of your rules?

A command based on words of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount: “All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them.” The Mosaic law contains a parallel commandment: “Whatever is hurtful to you, do not do to any other person.”

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