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July 05, 2014, 03:01:07 PM
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I have not abandoned this coin. I am waiting for news from the developers. Once I receive news I will significantly increase my holdings of this coin. I will make sure we mark the pages of History here. I plan to solidify this coins position in all exchanges. LTC needs a replacement and we intend to bring just that.

If you will permit me, LTC and DRK need a better replacement Smiley...

Al those DRK/LTC money is prepared for CRYPT moon launch Smiley
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July 05, 2014, 03:04:14 PM
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Yes. What people need to realize is that at one point there was over 5,000 btc per 24 hours volume on this coin alone. Currently there isn't a single coin that has over 1k. Coins i have played with in the past were between 3k and 6k btc vol. Where do you think all that volume has gone?

.... it will be back Wink
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July 05, 2014, 03:05:05 PM
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I have not abandoned this coin. I am waiting for news from the developers. Once I receive news I will significantly increase my holdings of this coin. I will make sure we mark the pages of History here. I plan to solidify this coins position in all exchanges. LTC needs a replacement and we intend to bring just that.

So fudders, if devs and whales have really jumped ship, why are they still here backing the coin at sub 30k price? You would think they would have dumped already and would not bother posting here to further tarnish their reputation.

Proof CRY is a sleeping giant.
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July 05, 2014, 03:11:16 PM
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Yes. What people need to realize is that at one point there was over 5,000 btc per 24 hours volume on this coin alone. Currently there isn't a single coin that has over 1k. Coins i have played with in the past were between 3k and 6k btc vol. Where do you think all that volume has gone?

.... it will be back Wink

People are saying you are a whale capable of breaking thick walls. If so , how did you end up here? Early adopter and/or good trader? Smiley
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July 05, 2014, 03:12:16 PM
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People always seem to think coins have to make one run up and then retain a constant high value. What people fail to realize is that profit must be taken. This coin started on bittrex at a price of just 1100 satoshi.. This wasn't that long ago. Even coins like BTC have dropped significantly in value prior to rising back up.. ($102 $2.12 ltc). If we were to look at historical data, you would see that such decreases in value are not only bound to happen, they are a healthy movement in any market.

If i were to give anyone here a tip that is universal to all coins, it would be recognizing despair and changing their personal trading strategy so that they are able to trade effectively on it. You see, when others are looking at a coin they bought high and saying my god, my god it is so low. Others are looking and saying, my god, my god, it's so cheap. All we require now is bullish momentum from the dev team (anon release, cash back points system, Anonymous addresses, in wallet decentralized exchange system etc) and I as well as many others will reinvest.

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July 05, 2014, 06:13:12 PM
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Who is this pr0m3theus2013 guy? Is he part of koolio's group (or moosa's group)? Is this the guy who tried to (unsuccessfully) bribe btc-e admins? Is this the guy who is paying for the development of this coin?

He doesn't have many previous posts in this thread. His first post on bitcointalk (december 2013)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384887.msg4141175#msg4141175

was about mining.

He also claims some things that are clearly not true ("Currently there isn't a single coin that has over 1k." - LTC/BTC pair on btc-e has more than 4k volume, but LTC has also USD pair and is traded on exchanges with much larger volumes).

Koolio has started actively supporting litecoin:
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484749462578159618
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484751445896740864
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484747491024601088
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484746037043937280

pr0m3theus2013 is also mentioning "Anonymous addresses". Similar concepts in other coins (stealth addresses) seem to not provide any kind of additional privacy over bitcoin. Does this guy know what he is talking about or is he just throwing some random buzzwords in his post?

His posts didn't have any effect on the price. It seems that the community is not taking this guy seriously.

Any opinions?






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July 05, 2014, 06:27:06 PM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?

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July 05, 2014, 07:00:48 PM
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Who is this pr0m3theus2013 guy? Is he part of koolio's group (or moosa's group)? Is this the guy who tried to (unsuccessfully) bribe btc-e admins? Is this the guy who is paying for the development of this coin?

He doesn't have many previous posts in this thread. His first post on bitcointalk (december 2013)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384887.msg4141175#msg4141175

was about mining.

He also claims some things that are clearly not true ("Currently there isn't a single coin that has over 1k." - LTC/BTC pair on btc-e has more than 4k volume, but LTC has also USD pair and is traded on exchanges with much larger volumes).

Koolio has started actively supporting litecoin:
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484749462578159618
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484751445896740864
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484747491024601088
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484746037043937280

pr0m3theus2013 is also mentioning "Anonymous addresses". Similar concepts in other coins (stealth addresses) seem to not provide any kind of additional privacy over bitcoin. Does this guy know what he is talking about or is he just throwing some random buzzwords in his post?

His posts didn't have any effect on the price. It seems that the community is not taking this guy seriously.

Any opinions?


And who where you again??? and also what is your agenda?? as it seems you have one from the way you are writing. Please let us all know, I am eagerly awaiting your reply... just my thoughts....lol  Grin poorbremen



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July 05, 2014, 07:28:50 PM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?



Bremen, everyone going on IRCs and Forums since Blackcoin momentum and before knows you are a DRK fanboy.
Why are you so afraid of CRYPT going beyond DARKCOIN ?
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July 05, 2014, 07:42:29 PM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?



Bremen, everyone going on IRCs and Forums since Blackcoin momentum and before knows you are a DRK fanboy.
Why are you so afraid of CRYPT going beyond DARKCOIN ?

CRYPT 4 life baby !!! all you haters will be sorry

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July 05, 2014, 07:52:03 PM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?



Bremen, everyone going on IRCs and Forums since Blackcoin momentum and before knows you are a DRK fanboy.
Why are you so afraid of CRYPT going beyond DARKCOIN ?

CRYPT 4 life baby !!! all you haters will be sorry

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July 05, 2014, 08:44:02 PM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?



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July 05, 2014, 11:53:56 PM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?



I already came up with the best ANON solution and no one can tell me how many Crypt Coin I have at this address:
EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca

I can keep my coins ANON and I can even use them ANON from inside Cryptsy as I proved with my Donation. So all that is needed is an internal address (EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca) attached to an internal ledger which can send using a wallet address created and only used one time for each transaction. Then that address is always linked internally to add up the amount for the internal address.

So address 1 equals +10.00 Crypt
Address 2 equals +20.00 Crypt
Address 3 equals -5.00 Crypt

The internal ledger keeps the running total so currently internally it has 25.00 Crypt in it from 3 transactions that only link to external addresses which the Ledger knows it created for my specific address EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca which could still be zero if I had not sent coin from mining to it.

This already works, if it isn't stable then Cryptsy wouldn't be secure. Cryptsy may not realize what it has or this could be what Crypt is working on. I found this solution after I checked my Crypt Address and it is no where near the amount of Crypt I own. Now that I exposed this option we can talk openly about its implementation since I think it is the best possible fully anon option. And you could turn it on and off having the accept secure transaction like it states in the whitepaper.

The capability for P&D is so obvious though, no response and we all know how easy it would have been to pull this P&D off.
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July 06, 2014, 12:28:56 AM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?



I already came up with the best ANON solution and no one can tell me how many Crypt Coin I have at this address:
EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca

I can keep my coins ANON and I can even use them ANON from inside Cryptsy as I proved with my Donation. So all that is needed is an internal address (EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca) attached to an internal ledger which can send using a wallet address created and only used one time for each transaction. Then that address is always linked internally to add up the amount for the internal address.

So address 1 equals +10.00 Crypt
Address 2 equals +20.00 Crypt
Address 3 equals -5.00 Crypt

The internal ledger keeps the running total so currently internally it has 25.00 Crypt in it from 3 transactions that only link to external addresses which the Ledger knows it created for my specific address EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca which could still be zero if I had not sent coin from mining to it.

This already works, if it isn't stable then Cryptsy wouldn't be secure. Cryptsy may not realize what it has or this could be what Crypt is working on. I found this solution after I checked my Crypt Address and it is no where near the amount of Crypt I own. Now that I exposed this option we can talk openly about its implementation since I think it is the best possible fully anon option. And you could turn it on and off having the accept secure transaction like it states in the whitepaper.

The capability for P&D is so obvious though, no response and we all know how easy it would have been to pull this P&D off.
um http://chainz.cryptoid.info/crypt/address.dws?EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca.htm  ?
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July 06, 2014, 02:00:31 AM
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Questions to the community members:

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to publish some kind of updated whitepaper?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to MindFox to develop anonymity feature?

Who is willing to donate bitcoins to other devs to develop some other (less important) features (Commander)?

Who is willing to stop fudding and leave this thread instead of trying to lower price so their buy orders get filled? Why else are you here to fud? Because you don't like pump and dumps? You must not like bitcoin or any kind of cryptocurrency then. If you want to protect people from pump and dumps, go start an occupy wall street protest and show the world how naive you are about capitalism and the free market.

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July 06, 2014, 02:05:22 AM
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The ship keeps sinking, I've just lowered my buy order from 24k to 15k and hopefully it will get filled in the next 2 days

Doubtful. Big players buy in has started. Wait until early next week.  Smiley

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July 06, 2014, 02:08:39 AM
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Who is this pr0m3theus2013 guy? Is he part of koolio's group (or moosa's group)? Is this the guy who tried to (unsuccessfully) bribe btc-e admins? Is this the guy who is paying for the development of this coin?

He doesn't have many previous posts in this thread. His first post on bitcointalk (december 2013)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384887.msg4141175#msg4141175

was about mining.

He also claims some things that are clearly not true ("Currently there isn't a single coin that has over 1k." - LTC/BTC pair on btc-e has more than 4k volume, but LTC has also USD pair and is traded on exchanges with much larger volumes).

Koolio has started actively supporting litecoin:
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484749462578159618
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484751445896740864
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484747491024601088
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484746037043937280

pr0m3theus2013 is also mentioning "Anonymous addresses". Similar concepts in other coins (stealth addresses) seem to not provide any kind of additional privacy over bitcoin. Does this guy know what he is talking about or is he just throwing some random buzzwords in his post?

His posts didn't have any effect on the price. It seems that the community is not taking this guy seriously.

Any opinions?








You are asking who Prom is? Who are you pbremen01? Paul Bremen, Patrick Bremen, Peter Bremen, Phil Bremen? You ask why anyone should listen to Prometheus? Why should anyone listen to you?

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July 06, 2014, 02:11:50 AM
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I already came up with the best ANON solution and no one can tell me how many Crypt Coin I have at this address:
EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca

I can keep my coins ANON and I can even use them ANON from inside Cryptsy as I proved with my Donation. So all that is needed is an internal address (EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca) attached to an internal ledger which can send using a wallet address created and only used one time for each transaction. Then that address is always linked internally to add up the amount for the internal address.

So address 1 equals +10.00 Crypt
Address 2 equals +20.00 Crypt
Address 3 equals -5.00 Crypt

The internal ledger keeps the running total so currently internally it has 25.00 Crypt in it from 3 transactions that only link to external addresses which the Ledger knows it created for my specific address EmfZo6AvDPmySMxgty6fKJay4MkH1hMLca which could still be zero if I had not sent coin from mining to it.

This already works, if it isn't stable then Cryptsy wouldn't be secure. Cryptsy may not realize what it has or this could be what Crypt is working on. I found this solution after I checked my Crypt Address and it is no where near the amount of Crypt I own. Now that I exposed this option we can talk openly about its implementation since I think it is the best possible fully anon option. And you could turn it on and off having the accept secure transaction like it states in the whitepaper.

The capability for P&D is so obvious though, no response and we all know how easy it would have been to pull this P&D off.

Pump and dumps happen on any speculative market, especially cryptocurrencies. Quit acting like you're trying to be a hero because you're no better than the pump and dumpers if all you do is try to destroy this coin, you are actually worse since you're trying to screw over ALL of the investors speculating on this coin. This mostly goes to pbremen01 because I know CryptoNick used to be a fudder and found out some special features of this coin, now all he has to try to fud is trying to prove that this coin is just a pump and dump, why not go talk about LTC since it's the second biggest pump and dump of all cryptocurrencies?

Just ignore pbremen01 because we all know he panic sold too low and trying to buy back cheaper, that or he's just a really ignorant fart, I think it's the latter.

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You are asking who Prom is? Who are you pbremen01? Paul Bremen, Patrick Bremen, Peter Bremen, Phil Bremen? You ask why anyone should listen to Prometheus? Why should anyone listen to you?

excellent question !

+11110000 couldn't have said better  Grin

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July 06, 2014, 03:06:35 AM
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Who is this pr0m3theus2013 guy? Is he part of koolio's group (or moosa's group)? Is this the guy who tried to (unsuccessfully) bribe btc-e admins? Is this the guy who is paying for the development of this coin?

He doesn't have many previous posts in this thread. His first post on bitcointalk (december 2013)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384887.msg4141175#msg4141175

was about mining.

He also claims some things that are clearly not true ("Currently there isn't a single coin that has over 1k." - LTC/BTC pair on btc-e has more than 4k volume, but LTC has also USD pair and is traded on exchanges with much larger volumes).

Koolio has started actively supporting litecoin:
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484749462578159618
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484751445896740864
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484747491024601088
https://twitter.com/KryptoKoolio/status/484746037043937280

pr0m3theus2013 is also mentioning "Anonymous addresses". Similar concepts in other coins (stealth addresses) seem to not provide any kind of additional privacy over bitcoin. Does this guy know what he is talking about or is he just throwing some random buzzwords in his post?

His posts didn't have any effect on the price. It seems that the community is not taking this guy seriously.

Any opinions?








The question is who are you? A DRK coin fanatic?  Dev team member of another scared to shit coin?  Who knows? You have no reputation on this forum and you just seem to be focused on the attacking the fundamental structures of our community.

How come you don't post with your real account?  Are you scared we'll look at your past comments and discover who you really are?

The fact you are so secretive about your own IDENTITY is a huge "red" flag.
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