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Author Topic: [ANN][CRYPT] CryptCoin x11 + PoS | P2P Anonymity | 0% Premine | Commander  (Read 506087 times)
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July 09, 2014, 10:17:49 AM
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remeber getting Aweb on my Amiga and graduating from BBS's to full blown web pages - ahhh happier times

Amiga? I love you!

I remember learning C just because of the intuition and Amiga's kernel.
Learnt multi-tasking just because of the AGA chipset Smiley
Loved the kernel books who were thicker than my arm, read them for a whole month during the night without sleeping at all Smiley
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July 09, 2014, 10:26:29 AM
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remeber getting Aweb on my Amiga and graduating from BBS's to full blown web pages - ahhh happier times

Amiga? I love you!

I remember learning C just because of the intuition and Amiga's kernel.
Learnt multi-tasking just because of the AGA chipset Smiley
Loved the kernel books who were thicker than my arm, read them for a whole month during the night without sleeping at all Smiley

I have one here in my office a500+ going to try and fire it up along with an Atari ST Smiley
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July 09, 2014, 10:34:18 AM
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remeber getting Aweb on my Amiga and graduating from BBS's to full blown web pages - ahhh happier times

Amiga? I love you!

I remember learning C just because of the intuition and Amiga's kernel.
Learnt multi-tasking just because of the AGA chipset Smiley
Loved the kernel books who were thicker than my arm, read them for a whole month during the night without sleeping at all Smiley

I probably shouldn't do this, out of risk that you'll spend the next month reading old books and magazines and delay the anon features we're all waiting for, but you will probably love this if you haven't seen it already:

http://www.bombjack.org/commodore/

It's an archive of scans of tons of Commodore and Amiga magazines and books. Enough to fill a couple of dozen DVD's (he sends out DVD sets)
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July 09, 2014, 10:35:51 AM
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Twitter - @CryptoWyS
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July 09, 2014, 10:36:57 AM
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that is very cool Smiley
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July 09, 2014, 10:41:16 AM
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Crypt is "stable" at 30k only because the sheep are scared to sell at a loss. They want to hold their crypto bags hoping for some miracles while their only dev, the decrepit Mindfox, is working on other shitcoins like CleanWaterCoin and some other greek garbage. His last message was many days ago and guess what: He said "fuck anon" in simple terms. He doesn't give a shit about anonymity.

God, dumb sheep never read. They don't want to read the sad stories behind this shitcoin. Only positive images and "To da MOOOON" messages. You should check the doge subreddit. From the "Toooo Da Moon" messages to "I wanna kill myself. Pliz help, shibes"

Too many idiots bought their crypt at 150-210k. I guess that is the only reason for stability at 30k hahahaha

Edit: Forgot the last part where the imbeciles attack me and call me a fudding machine for writing the harsh truth. Denial is strong in the heart of a sheep.


Fontas is a crook, he always spoke at holding a coin and he is selling. It is part of the email conversation:
I cannot control the market after a certain point and once FUD hit the market and alot of profit was lost
control was lost - but we were still over 150k - those that held on for the moon need to learn to take profits in the opportunity and not expect a hand held situation
I can only open the door , whereit shuts is out of my control and the exit needs to be taken when profit is there
the worst traders are the ones that expect everything and wait for the moon

This is not revenge for the sacking of the team, this is the reality, unfortunately. It's more for the way the whole time you say hold coins, steady hands and the like, while selling itself. One advice to the end, beware of the glyph. When you look at blockchain, you will see 68% holding a coin in the top 10, you can guess who is holding

What makes a coin a shitcoin? ... pre-mine? pump and dump? insider trading? These are all characteristics that Bitcoin has. Do you think every cryptocurrency is a shitcoin then?

These fudders are acting like they know all about corruption, probably one of those occupy wall street idiots.

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July 09, 2014, 10:47:01 AM
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Just because prices are moving doesn't mean it's just a pump and dump. The world revolves on pump and dumps. Even the USD is pumped and dumped, it's just an illusion of value.

If you're gonna fud, at least have some class and show a bit of knowledge on how capitalism works.

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July 09, 2014, 11:05:47 AM
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remeber getting Aweb on my Amiga and graduating from BBS's to full blown web pages - ahhh happier times

Amiga? I love you!

I remember learning C just because of the intuition and Amiga's kernel.
Learnt multi-tasking just because of the AGA chipset Smiley
Loved the kernel books who were thicker than my arm, read them for a whole month during the night without sleeping at all Smiley

I probably shouldn't do this, out of risk that you'll spend the next month reading old books and magazines and delay the anon features we're all waiting for, but you will probably love this if you haven't seen it already:

http://www.bombjack.org/commodore/

It's an archive of scans of tons of Commodore and Amiga magazines and books. Enough to fill a couple of dozen DVD's (he sends out DVD sets)


cheers for that site awesome
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July 09, 2014, 11:39:11 AM
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Just sold he last of my cryptcoin and put that money into a winner.

CLOAKCOIN!
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July 09, 2014, 12:06:34 PM
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Just sold he last of my cryptcoin and put that money into a winner.

CLOAKCOIN!


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July 09, 2014, 12:13:31 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGvHnDeS12o&sns=em





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July 09, 2014, 02:25:18 PM
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Bob, you've already proved to us that you're an idiot, so sit down and shut up.
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July 09, 2014, 02:26:54 PM
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Bob, you've already proved to us that you're an idiot, so sit down and shut up.
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July 09, 2014, 02:37:54 PM
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Bob, you've already proved to us that you're an idiot, so sit down and shut up.

I like your post very much.. right on point Grin Grin

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July 09, 2014, 04:03:36 PM
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remeber getting Aweb on my Amiga and graduating from BBS's to full blown web pages - ahhh happier times

Amiga? I love you!

I remember learning C just because of the intuition and Amiga's kernel.
Learnt multi-tasking just because of the AGA chipset Smiley
Loved the kernel books who were thicker than my arm, read them for a whole month during the night without sleeping at all Smiley

I probably shouldn't do this, out of risk that you'll spend the next month reading old books and magazines and delay the anon features we're all waiting for, but you will probably love this if you haven't seen it already:

http://www.bombjack.org/commodore/

It's an archive of scans of tons of Commodore and Amiga magazines and books. Enough to fill a couple of dozen DVD's (he sends out DVD sets)


Wow this website is a labour of love. This guy seriously loves his old computers.
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July 09, 2014, 05:07:39 PM
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That commodore site sounds interesting.  I used to have a C64 back in the 80's, and my brother and I played the hell out of it for 3+ years.  I even built a fan out of a lantern battery, a little electric motor, and a model airplane propeller to blow air into it and cool it off.  It would get hot from us playing it for hours at a time!

Then my idiot brother spilled a glass of orange juice all in it and messed it up.  I have been saying for years that I'll buy a C64 and monitor and disk drive off of ebay but I haven't gotten around to it yet.

I wanted to read that site now, but the damn web filter here at work blocks it.  Guess I have to wait until later to read it.
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July 09, 2014, 05:31:46 PM
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That commodore site sounds interesting.  I used to have a C64 back in the 80's, and my brother and I played the hell out of it for 3+ years.  I even built a fan out of a lantern battery, a little electric motor, and a model airplane propeller to blow air into it and cool it off.  It would get hot from us playing it for hours at a time!

Then my idiot brother spilled a glass of orange juice all in it and messed it up.  I have been saying for years that I'll buy a C64 and monitor and disk drive off of ebay but I haven't gotten around to it yet.

I wanted to read that site now, but the damn web filter here at work blocks it.  Guess I have to wait until later to read it.

did you kick his ass Smiley
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July 09, 2014, 06:16:13 PM
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No, at the time he did it, I had gone off to basic training in the US Army, so I wasn't there.  But I would have bitch slapped him if I had been at home!
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July 09, 2014, 06:18:45 PM
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Hey CryptCoin developers, I have a question.  When Mindfox completes the new security stuff and wallet and whatever else he is working on, will CryptCoin get a hard fork in its blockchain?

I think the hard fork is important to pump the price up.  When DarkCoin had its hard fork, the prices launched.

CryptCoin needs to have a hard fork.  Even if it doesn't really need it.  It should hard fork from a sales and marketing perspective, to blast the price up and maximize my profit as much as possible.

And anyone who is holding CRYPT waiting for the surge -- if you have any less technically astute investor friends, get them all hyped up for the HARD FORK!  Have them buy a crap load of CRYPT on HARD FORK day, to further surge the price for the rest of us!
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July 09, 2014, 07:15:14 PM
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Hey CryptCoin developers, I have a question.  When Mindfox completes the new security stuff and wallet and whatever else he is working on, will CryptCoin get a hard fork in its blockchain?

I think the hard fork is important to pump the price up.  When DarkCoin had its hard fork, the prices launched.

CryptCoin needs to have a hard fork.  Even if it doesn't really need it.  It should hard fork from a sales and marketing perspective, to blast the price up and maximize my profit as much as possible.

And anyone who is holding CRYPT waiting for the surge -- if you have any less technically astute investor friends, get them all hyped up for the HARD FORK!  Have them buy a crap load of CRYPT on HARD FORK day, to further surge the price for the rest of us!

crypt hit 270k without anything at all.

Soon as devs are ready, which is soon, and mindfox announces anon, they will turn up marketing again, whales back on board and we will surpass new ATH. All coins go through this, VRC took a dip too before entering a new ATH.

No gimmicks needed.
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