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Author Topic: [ANN]AXIS coin + - Hybrid - X13 - 6M. Android Ticker. MANDATORY WALLET!  (Read 99274 times)
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June 20, 2014, 02:39:03 PM
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As we speak I am already updating the wallet to make it ready for anon implementation and bitcoin 0.9x core

updates will be implemented on this fork:
https://github.com/savale/Axis

Support is appreciated and will help speed up coding new features:

axis:
APfUgJgGxaUVebbmTFFhWUMndQrUuDZ5x9

btc:
1PmDDQQzqhD86K69FvMUA8a2NsJp8sEjZ4

Not to start problems but I would hold off on forking because that's just going to seriously mess up the coin.

Although, you have the absolute right to fork the coin as it is licensed to allow that, it will cause confusion.

There are already devs waiting to help and many people here (with the greatest respect) don't know you or your plans for your fork of this coin.

Regards!

this person that nobody hired anyway is going to get your thread closed by spamming beggar addresses. /.02


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June 20, 2014, 02:40:45 PM
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this person that nobody hired anyway is going to get your thread closed by spamming beggar addresses. /.02

Good point LOL
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June 20, 2014, 02:47:03 PM
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sorry I will stop spamming. I just want to do  something for Axis, since the dev is too lazy not to care about his coin

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June 20, 2014, 02:50:47 PM
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this person that nobody hired anyway is going to get your thread closed by spamming beggar addresses. /.02

Good point LOL

I did not get it, guy is doing something, and it is ok for the community to motivate him, maybe im wrong, please elaborate. 
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June 20, 2014, 02:55:11 PM
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this person that nobody hired anyway is going to get your thread closed by spamming beggar addresses. /.02

Good point LOL

I did not get it, guy is doing something, and it is ok for the community to motivate him, maybe im wrong, please elaborate. 

The mods of BitCoinTalk can and will close threads that have too many wallet addresses in posts. It's nothing to do with the people in this thread but what the admins of the site decide.
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June 20, 2014, 02:58:14 PM
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this person that nobody hired anyway is going to get your thread closed by spamming beggar addresses. /.02

Good point LOL

I did not get it, guy is doing something, and it is ok for the community to motivate him, maybe im wrong, please elaborate. 

The mods of BitCoinTalk can and will close threads that have too many wallet addresses in posts. It's nothing to do with the people in this thread but what the admins of the site decide.

Thank you for the elaboration  Cool
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June 20, 2014, 05:59:51 PM
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price rising on trexx! hurry up!!!
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June 20, 2014, 06:37:17 PM
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Why i cant pull Axis from dedicated pool?
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June 20, 2014, 07:22:43 PM
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Why i cant pull Axis from dedicated pool?

The pool admins probably need to update their wallet but as it no longer PoW, it may not be a high priority for them. Just a guess.
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June 20, 2014, 11:30:04 PM
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well well well. the sleeper has awakened...

i bought some at over 3k thinking i was smart, ha! so is this real or is it not? 0.5 btc is not very relevant volume, impossible to get in or out to any meaningful extent.

Who is in control now, or is it dev fud news for people to get in / out?

crypto is tiring sometimes
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June 20, 2014, 11:33:37 PM
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well well well. the sleeper has awakened...

i bought some at over 3k thinking i was smart, ha! so is this real or is it not? 0.5 btc is not very relevant volume, impossible to get in or out to any meaningful extent.

Who is in control now, or is it dev fud news for people to get in / out?

crypto is tiring sometimes

I can only talk for myself, but I am very serious about this coin. As long as it doesn't become like so many others... All hype and full of tripe!

I was buying in from the launch and I continue to do so. I might need a bag full to allow me to use them for a project but only if it doesn't go down the same path with anon and all that bad jazz.
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June 21, 2014, 08:35:14 AM
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12 Hours left for the next coin to be added to CoinRecycler !

http://voting.mastiffcoin.com/
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June 21, 2014, 09:11:31 AM
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A am proud to present a new Windows QT wallet (32bit, not mandatory)

Changelog version 1.9.2.0

- updated opensll libs
- added new blockchain checkpoint
- static build (no more DLL's needed)
- fixed gitian win32 / qt build scrypts

Todo version 1.9.3.0

- update to latest QT libs
- add new DNS seeds
- create win x64 build scrypt
- fix linux x86 / linux x64 build scrypts
- fix mac build scrypts

New features will be added after finishing build 1.9.3.0

source:
https://github.com/savale/Axis

Download:
http://btc.savale.nl/axis/AxisQt_win32_1_9_2_0.zip

axis donations: APfUgJgGxaUVebbmTFFhWUMndQrUuDZ5x9

next version will be released for all Operating systems

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June 21, 2014, 09:14:37 AM
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A am proud to present a new Windows QT wallet (32bit, not mandatory)

Changelog version 1.9.2.0

- updated opensll libs
- added new blockchain checkpoint
- static build (no more DLL's needed)
- fixed gitian win32 / qt build scrypts

Todo version 1.9.3.0

- update to latest QT libs
- add new DNS seeds
- create win x64 build scrypt
- fix linux x86 / linux x64 build scrypts
- fix mac build scrypts

New features will be added after finishing build 1.9.3.0

source:
https://github.com/savale/Axis

Download:
http://btc.savale.nl/axis/AxisQt_win32_1_9_2_0.zip

axis donations: APfUgJgGxaUVebbmTFFhWUMndQrUuDZ5x9

next version will be released for all Operating systems

If you give me a poke before you add DNS seeds, I'll see if I can contribute a long term node that you can include.
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June 21, 2014, 09:16:05 AM
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I will, thanks!  Grin

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June 21, 2014, 12:20:03 PM
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A am proud to present a new Windows QT wallet (32bit, not mandatory)

Changelog version 1.9.2.0

- updated opensll libs
- added new blockchain checkpoint
- static build (no more DLL's needed)
- fixed gitian win32 / qt build scrypts

Todo version 1.9.3.0

- update to latest QT libs
- add new DNS seeds
- create win x64 build scrypt
- fix linux x86 / linux x64 build scrypts
- fix mac build scrypts

New features will be added after finishing build 1.9.3.0

source:
https://github.com/savale/Axis

Download:
http://btc.savale.nl/axis/AxisQt_win32_1_9_2_0.zip

axis donations: APfUgJgGxaUVebbmTFFhWUMndQrUuDZ5x9

next version will be released for all Operating systems
Is this content safe?
If so, I'll add it in the OP.
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June 21, 2014, 12:20:50 PM
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A am proud to present a new Windows QT wallet (32bit, not mandatory)

Changelog version 1.9.2.0

- updated opensll libs
- added new blockchain checkpoint
- static build (no more DLL's needed)
- fixed gitian win32 / qt build scrypts

Todo version 1.9.3.0

- update to latest QT libs
- add new DNS seeds
- create win x64 build scrypt
- fix linux x86 / linux x64 build scrypts
- fix mac build scrypts

New features will be added after finishing build 1.9.3.0

source:
https://github.com/savale/Axis

Download:
http://btc.savale.nl/axis/AxisQt_win32_1_9_2_0.zip

axis donations: APfUgJgGxaUVebbmTFFhWUMndQrUuDZ5x9

next version will be released for all Operating systems

I will be happy to test the next Mac build scripts before you release it, if you want.  I have 3 or 4 of them, from Mavericks to 10.6, some with QT and all the libraries installed, and others completely bare bones. PM me.
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June 21, 2014, 01:37:09 PM
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June 21, 2014, 02:36:07 PM
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Is this content safe?
If so, I'll add it in the OP.

I haven't looked at it so can't say one way or another.

I'll try to get some time to give it an examination.
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June 21, 2014, 04:33:40 PM
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It's safe, but feel free to look at the changes I made and build it yourself (using gitian it is quite easy to do it yourself). Let me know if developing on the wallet is appreciated.

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