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July 15, 2014, 01:55:02 AM
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your first one "supercoin" uses coinjoin to provide anon - coinjoin has been prooven to never truly be able to be anonymous - basically supercoin is built ontop of an already flawed system.

your second one "darkcoin" uses masternodes.  these are centralized mixers essentially.

XC uses every wallet automatically as a node, making it completely decentralized.  it does this without coinjoin.  XC does this using distributed multipath architecture.  This means that no single node or masternode is responsible for mixing, and all nodes participate in a trustless way to ensure anonymity.

TL:DR - XC is better because it offers technology that is unheard of within any other block chain and provides complete decentralization

(edited quote above in bold) And this is precisely why I will be donating a considerable amount of BTC towards XC marketing -- to help ensure that the world knows exactly why they should care about XC & why privacy matters.

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July 15, 2014, 02:01:52 AM
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your first one "supercoin" uses coinjoin to provide anon - coinjoin has been prooven to never truly be able to be anonymous - basically supercoin is built ontop of an already flawed system.

your second one "darkcoin" uses masternodes.  these are centralized mixers essentially.

XC uses every wallet automatically as a node, making it completely decentralized.  it does this without coinjoin.  XC does this using distributed multipath architecture.  This means that no single node or masternode is responsible for mixing, and all nodes participate in a trustless way to ensure anonymity.

TL:DR - XC is better because it offers technology that is unheard of within any other block chain and provides complete decentralization

(edited quote above in bold) And this is precisely why I will be donating a considerable amount of BTC towards XC marketing -- to help ensure that the world knows exactly why they should care about XC & why privacy matters.

Thanks!!!  It's good to have you with us from the beginning !!
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July 15, 2014, 02:21:08 AM
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Still pretty relentless dumping. Buy depth looks pretty bad, especially when the uptrend breaks down below .00133. I don't have any more BTC until Friday's transfer in due to Coinbase's stupid 4 day bank rule.
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July 15, 2014, 02:22:08 AM
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your first one "supercoin" uses coinjoin to provide anon - coinjoin has been prooven to never truly be able to be anonymous - basically supercoin is built ontop of an already flawed system.

your second one "darkcoin" uses masternodes.  these are centralized mixers essentially.

XC uses Everyone as a mixer, not just centralized nodes.  it does this without coinjoin.  XC does this using distributed multipath architecture.  This means that no single node or masternode is responsible for mixing, and all nodes participate in a trustless way to ensure anonymity.

TL:DR - XC is better because it offers technology that is unheard of within any other block chain and provides complete decentralization




You fell for it, but well done on schooling peeps the FACTS !!

We need it drilled into the masses.
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July 15, 2014, 02:24:33 AM
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from;
http://cryptoanalytics.trade/analyst-ratings/

ANALYST FINDINGS
July 7, 2014
Business Plan: GOOD:
XC has a plan in place an Anon working and tested and has many more projects working and documented on a Roadmap.

MEDIA/PR: WEAK
There is little or no presence of XC on the internet. Plans exist to correct this.


***A CORRECTION TO THE TEAM HAS BEEN UPDATED.

DEV TEAM: XC has an exemplary team in place and I am convinced development in all areas will continue to flourish.
VALUATION: We rate the available coin supply at 3 (1 being very diluted and 3 being not diluted). Market Capitalization is 8.8M on the date of this opinion. Projections in development versus current Market Capitalization I find this coin is slightly undervalued and modest upward mobility is expected.

TARGET PRICE 8 MONTHS
LOW: 1.75 USD
MED: 1.85 USD
HIGH: 1.95 USD

My findings; The people from http://cryptoanalytics.trade/analyst-ratings/ only know as much as the investors know about the PR and Marketing plan, I think it is unfair to Judge that part of the team currently.

All in All guy's lets prove them wrong!!




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July 15, 2014, 02:44:55 AM
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Still pretty relentless dumping. Buy depth looks pretty bad, especially when the uptrend breaks down below .00133. I don't have any more BTC until Friday's transfer in due to Coinbase's stupid 4 day bank rule.

LOL exchanges are terrible. Find a reliable seller on localbitcoin and never deal with exchanges again. When I first started I used an exchange and the process was long, more costly and I ended up paying above market price for a BTC. My local 'dealer' buys BTC in bulk from massive mining operations and I can turn my cash into XC in a matter of an hour or so.


bottom line- I'm never going to buy from an exchange again.
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July 15, 2014, 02:45:50 AM
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Still pretty relentless dumping. Buy depth looks pretty bad, especially when the uptrend breaks down below .00133. I don't have any more BTC until Friday's transfer in due to Coinbase's stupid 4 day bank rule.

LOL exchanges are terrible. Find a reliable seller on localbitcoin and never deal with exchanges again. When I first started I used an exchange and the process was long, more costly and I ended up paying above market price for a BTC. My local 'dealer' buys BTC in bulk from massive mining operations and I can turn my cash into XC in a matter of an hour or so.


bottom line- I'm never going to buy from an exchange again.

u in canada by chance ?
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July 15, 2014, 02:50:12 AM
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Still pretty relentless dumping. Buy depth looks pretty bad, especially when the uptrend breaks down below .00133. I don't have any more BTC until Friday's transfer in due to Coinbase's stupid 4 day bank rule.

LOL exchanges are terrible. Find a reliable seller on localbitcoin and never deal with exchanges again. When I first started I used an exchange and the process was long, more costly and I ended up paying above market price for a BTC. My local 'dealer' buys BTC in bulk from massive mining operations and I can turn my cash into XC in a matter of an hour or so.


bottom line- I'm never going to buy from an exchange again.

u in canada by chance ?

yes indeeeeed. GTA area.
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July 15, 2014, 02:52:33 AM
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from;
http://cryptoanalytics.trade/analyst-ratings/

ANALYST FINDINGS
July 7, 2014
Business Plan: GOOD:
XC has a plan in place an Anon working and tested and has many more projects working and documented on a Roadmap.

MEDIA/PR: WEAK
There is little or no presence of XC on the internet. Plans exist to correct this.


***A CORRECTION TO THE TEAM HAS BEEN UPDATED.

DEV TEAM: XC has an exemplary team in place and I am convinced development in all areas will continue to flourish.
VALUATION: We rate the available coin supply at 3 (1 being very diluted and 3 being not diluted). Market Capitalization is 8.8M on the date of this opinion. Projections in development versus current Market Capitalization I find this coin is slightly undervalued and modest upward mobility is expected.

TARGET PRICE 8 MONTHS
LOW: 1.75 USD
MED: 1.85 USD
HIGH: 1.95 USD

My findings; The people from http://cryptoanalytics.trade/analyst-ratings/ only know as much as the investors know about the PR and Marketing plan, I think it is unfair to Judge that part of the team currently.

All in All guy's lets prove them wrong!!




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July 15, 2014, 03:04:47 AM
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a high 8 month target price of $1.95 would be like going back to 2009 and say that Bitcoin will only reach a high of $10 ever. It's a disgrace is what it is.

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July 15, 2014, 03:08:49 AM
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Still pretty relentless dumping. Buy depth looks pretty bad, especially when the uptrend breaks down below .00133. I don't have any more BTC until Friday's transfer in due to Coinbase's stupid 4 day bank rule.

LOL exchanges are terrible. Find a reliable seller on localbitcoin and never deal with exchanges again. When I first started I used an exchange and the process was long, more costly and I ended up paying above market price for a BTC. My local 'dealer' buys BTC in bulk from massive mining operations and I can turn my cash into XC in a matter of an hour or so.


bottom line- I'm never going to buy from an exchange again.

No one within 200 miles of me unfortunately or else I would totally go that route.
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July 15, 2014, 03:19:02 AM
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Still pretty relentless dumping. Buy depth looks pretty bad, especially when the uptrend breaks down below .00133. I don't have any more BTC until Friday's transfer in due to Coinbase's stupid 4 day bank rule.

LOL exchanges are terrible. Find a reliable seller on localbitcoin and never deal with exchanges again. When I first started I used an exchange and the process was long, more costly and I ended up paying above market price for a BTC. My local 'dealer' buys BTC in bulk from massive mining operations and I can turn my cash into XC in a matter of an hour or so.


bottom line- I'm never going to buy from an exchange again.

or just be dutch
use bitonic and buy bitcoin directly trough your bank acc ( ideal ) and have bitcoins whitin the hour ( depands how fast bitcoin blocks are found )

or SELL your bitcoins and have the money on the bank whitin 1 hour * depands on how fast bitcoin blocks are found *

ia usa banking totaly sucks Smiley

same whit paypall ( we dont use creditcards or shit like that ) everyting is instanly payed trough the bank acc Smiley

for us bitcoins are slow Tongue  * till we need to send money anywhere outside of holland * then banking is slow AS FUCK

lol no ty
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July 15, 2014, 03:59:24 AM
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Any serious xcers in the Atlanta area?

I may be close Wink Whatsup?
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July 15, 2014, 04:41:45 AM
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Any serious xcers in the Atlanta area?

I may be close Wink Whatsup?

Would be nice to sit down and discuss future xc business ideas. I run a local Atlanta bitcoin meetup on Mondays but those guys don't want to hear anything about alts. I'm not a dev, just a guy who sees great potential for this coins future.
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July 15, 2014, 04:49:20 AM
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Any serious xcers in the Atlanta area?

I may be close Wink Whatsup?

Would be nice to sit down and discuss future xc business ideas. I run a local Atlanta bitcoin meetup on Mondays but those guys don't want to hear anything about alts. I'm not a dev, just a guy who sees great potential for this coins future.

Yea, the local bitcoin meetups in charlotte are pretty lame too. I'm for cryptocurrency as a whole and an business successful anarchist/anarcho-capitalist. My issue with bitcoin meetups is nothing interesting is talked about. If we aren't discussing philosophy, making money or how crypto can and will do away with the ruling class/government... i'm disinterested. I do like pissing off the statists though.
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July 15, 2014, 05:11:42 AM
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47BTC and we are at 120 again, where we were before the pump to 300... its very bad because we dont have new higher buttom and we are not growing not in the least..

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July 15, 2014, 05:26:05 AM
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47BTC and we are at 120 again, where we were before the pump to 300... its very bad because we dont have new higher buttom and we are not growing not in the least..

we need higher volume of BTC in order to get the price rise as if the volume is low, price will also fall.
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July 15, 2014, 05:34:07 AM
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47BTC and we are at 120 again, where we were before the pump to 300... its very bad because we dont have new higher buttom and we are not growing not in the least..

we need higher volume of BTC in order to get the price rise as if the volume is low, price will also fall.
Why nobody is buying then? What's wrong with the coin?

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July 15, 2014, 05:50:11 AM
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47BTC and we are at 120 again, where we were before the pump to 300... its very bad because we dont have new higher buttom and we are not growing not in the least..

we need higher volume of BTC in order to get the price rise as if the volume is low, price will also fall.
Why nobody is buying then? What's wrong with the coin?


Nothing, people are still trying to make short profit after VRC/mintpal fail. Nothing is wrong with the coin, theres just not enough incentive for now to make the jump(eg selling another high priced alt to buy XC).

Be sure that with the next significant wave or trending pump, there will be many people jumping on board.

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July 15, 2014, 07:18:54 AM
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How many exchanges have XC market atm? MP is pretty much dead and in BitcoinWisdom I do not see an alternative, would like to move my bag to other pastures and trade there.

Hoping that PR to kick up soon :S

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