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June 06, 2014, 10:02:40 AM
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Nice, thanks for the update and further clarification.

Glad to hear that you are onboard.
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June 06, 2014, 10:04:20 AM
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BTCCrypto Sensie[/glow] here.. I have some wise words for all the negs out there - remember  Fear and defeat does not exist in this do jo! Remember always picture that this is going to be a SUCCESS! Trust the picture! If it comes from inside you, always right one!
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June 06, 2014, 10:08:57 AM
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From my reading of the whitepaper, it appears the recipient wallet must be online (i.e. running the wallet software) in order to receive coins anonymously. If so, this isn't a workable anonymity solution. Can the dev please clarify?
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June 06, 2014, 10:11:29 AM
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I think it was 60,000 before FUD?
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June 06, 2014, 10:18:11 AM
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sweet whitepaper joke bro. but seriously, wheres the real one? this one looks like you googled "how to whitepaper" then scribbled down some bitcoin shit from wikipedia. haha all these scamcoins trying to race to bring out anon without any actual development. just words.

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June 06, 2014, 10:25:02 AM
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sweet whitepaper joke bro. but seriously, wheres the real one? this one looks like you googled "how to whitepaper" then scribbled down some bitcoin shit from wikipedia. haha all these scamcoins trying to race to bring out anon without any actual development. just words.

Thank you for giving a perfect example of my previous posting. I like how you saw right through me and found out the exact steps I followed. Please if you have hidden cams in my house, remove them as I have a family Smiley

Seriously now, I hope you agree that everyone should be judged by delivered results, right?
I wish you would have at least given me the benefit of doubt, since you haven't seen my work yet. But then again, everyone has a purpose for doing whatever he's doing right?
On the other hand, you're entitled to your opinion and I hope my work will make you change it Smiley
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June 06, 2014, 10:29:35 AM
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sweet whitepaper joke bro. but seriously, wheres the real one? this one looks like you googled "how to whitepaper" then scribbled down some bitcoin shit from wikipedia. haha all these scamcoins trying to race to bring out anon without any actual development. just words.

Mindfox explained the ideas to the other members of the team, and a paper was written up to share ideas.

We have seen mindfox take on projects others failed at - he has always pushed through and found solutions.

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June 06, 2014, 10:30:15 AM
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sweet whitepaper joke bro. but seriously, wheres the real one? this one looks like you googled "how to whitepaper" then scribbled down some bitcoin shit from wikipedia. haha all these scamcoins trying to race to bring out anon without any actual development. just words.

Mindfox explained the ideas to the other members of the team, and a paper was written up to share ideas.

We have seen mindfox take on projects others failed at - he has always pushed through and found solutions.

what was his salary?
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June 06, 2014, 10:34:09 AM
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who is mindfox ? any public profile ? What has he done before???
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June 06, 2014, 10:35:32 AM
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Crytpto Sensei Here! In regards to the Draft that was released .. all I can say is that -  A paper should be like a mini skirt: long enough to cover everything, but short enough to keep it interesting and this Draft Paper was INTERESTING! So keep the Faith and for the NEGATIVE people out there doubting this coin .. All Mighty Crypto Sensie can say is Love your enemies.. it pisses them off!

I fight for what I believe in. I am a mercenary, and I believe in money.

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June 06, 2014, 10:35:57 AM
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sweet whitepaper joke bro. but seriously, wheres the real one? this one looks like you googled "how to whitepaper" then scribbled down some bitcoin shit from wikipedia. haha all these scamcoins trying to race to bring out anon without any actual development. just words.

Mindfox explained the ideas to the other members of the team, and a paper was written up to share ideas.

We have seen mindfox take on projects others failed at - he has always pushed through and found solutions.

+1

mindfox is the MacGyver of the altcoin world. If it's broken or needs tweaking, then you call him in.

Give him a chance to work and you will be rewarded for your patience.

Keep it up mindfox.

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June 06, 2014, 10:36:34 AM
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From my reading of the whitepaper, it appears the recipient wallet must be online (i.e. running the wallet software) in order to receive coins anonymously. If so, this isn't a workable anonymity solution. Can the dev please clarify?
In order for the transaction to take place, in this initial draft, the wallet has to come online and give "directions" to the sender regarding the destination addresses. The "trigger message" will be valid for some time before it times out. I am testing various scenarios on how to make it work with the best possible (to my knowledge) way.
Now, whether it's workable or not, I guess one must weight the pros and cons. As another developer said (and he's right all the way): there are no true passwords, nor true encryption. Everything can be broken with enough computational power.
So I make myself this question: who do I trust to deliver my coins?

As I said previously, it's a matter of preference. Also, I'm sure that more ideas will come from this, as there's always room for improvement to every design
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June 06, 2014, 10:43:56 AM
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From my reading of the whitepaper, it appears the recipient wallet must be online (i.e. running the wallet software) in order to receive coins anonymously. If so, this isn't a workable anonymity solution. Can the dev please clarify?
In order for the transaction to take place, in this initial draft, the wallet has to come online and give "directions" to the sender regarding the destination addresses. The "trigger message" will be valid for some time before it times out. I am testing various scenarios on how to make it work with the best possible (to my knowledge) way.
Now, whether it's workable or not, I guess one must weight the pros and cons. As another developer said (and he's right all the way): there are no true passwords, nor true encryption. Everything can be broken with enough computational power.
So I make myself this question: who do I trust to deliver my coins?

As I said previously, it's a matter of preference. Also, I'm sure that more ideas will come from this, as there's always room for improvement to every design


any ETA on anon
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June 06, 2014, 10:55:26 AM
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sweet whitepaper joke bro. but seriously, wheres the real one? this one looks like you googled "how to whitepaper" then scribbled down some bitcoin shit from wikipedia. haha all these scamcoins trying to race to bring out anon without any actual development. just words.

Mindfox explained the ideas to the other members of the team, and a paper was written up to share ideas.

We have seen mindfox take on projects others failed at - he has always pushed through and found solutions.

Don't worry to much about the Fudders guys, glad you already shared some info, now work goddamnit and deliver us a new way of anonymous crypto! Smiley)






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June 06, 2014, 10:59:53 AM
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Awsome MindFOX is on the CRY dev  TEAM

https://github.com/mindfox

part of over 70 repo's and has had 40 contributions during the month so far !!!

I see his name pop up as the Go to dev all the time when a coin needs fixing

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June 06, 2014, 11:14:44 AM
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Is there any ETA or any information on how well the current test implementation is going?

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June 06, 2014, 11:15:47 AM
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By the time you read this you've already read it.

MindFox once you got bitten by a King Cobra after five days of agonizing pain... the cobra died!

Nostradamus predicted MindFox will Crack the Anonymity code!

Keep the Faith! Buy Buy Buy from the non-believers!
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June 06, 2014, 11:32:49 AM
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MindFox once you got bitten by a King Cobra after five days of agonizing pain... the cobra died!
Love that!  Grin

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June 06, 2014, 02:49:22 PM
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This coin has great potential. At the very least it should match XC prices provided the DEV delivers. Bargain prices as of now so risk vs reward favours profit.

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June 06, 2014, 03:15:41 PM
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i sold some of my coins at 100k and now that i know that this is serious business i'll invest the money again and buy much much more !

keep up the good work devs! i'm supporting ya Cheesy
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