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August 13, 2015, 08:50:52 AM
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How come you can't code a gui for the wallet? You seem very knowledged when commenting on other threads.

We shall see. Thanks for the input.



Can you? If so what is the ETA?

Imho every good projects needs atleast a working gui wallet.

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August 13, 2015, 08:53:03 AM
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How come you can't code a gui for the wallet? You seem very knowledged when commenting on other threads.

We shall see. Thanks for the input.



Can you? If so what is the ETA?

We shall see. No ETA at this time.

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Imho every good projects needs atleast a working gui wallet.

I agree. Indeed this coin had a working GUI wallet at one time, based on https://github.com/BitKoot/CryptoNoteWallet

Perhaps some day we will rise from the ashes.
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August 13, 2015, 08:55:12 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

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August 13, 2015, 08:55:32 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!
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August 13, 2015, 08:56:53 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!

Need clarification from the developer. You seem to give more detailed explanations elsewhere.

So next generation compared to what?

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August 13, 2015, 08:57:32 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!

Need clarification from the developer. You seem to give more detailed explanations elsewhere.

So next generation compared to what?

You would have to ask the previous developer, he made up the slogan. I declined to remove it.
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August 13, 2015, 08:59:11 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!

Need clarification from the developer. You seem to give more detailed explanations elsewhere.

So next generation compared to what?

You would have to ask the previous developer, he made up the slogan. I declined to remove it.


Because you agree with it? If you agree, I come back to my previous question.

Next generation compared to what?

There seems to be no gui wallet or proper precompiled miner.

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August 13, 2015, 08:59:42 AM
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Looks like AEON is becoming more and more interesting. No matter how many trolls appear in this thread I think current dev and team around the coin is able to keep very high quality and constant progress of fixing and enhancing this cool crypto currency.

While I was huge supporter of this coin since very beginning I must say that at some point I didn't believe it will survive and sold quite a lot of coins, but my trust returned and I am investing again, gathering nice stash which as I hope will become much more expensive soon.

In comparison to Monero AEON looks to me as more independent twin that can afford to change things easily without too much hassle. And I like that. I also like donation fund that keeps a large sum of coins and can potentially help to eliminate speculation as well as provide resources for developers and support team.

I wish you luck AEON and many thanks to people who made this possible, original dev, new one and community of supporters. Keep this progress going on and don't worry about attacks from BCN/XMR. These are all amazing coins, but community around them is a bit strange.

Thanks again, good work!

Thank you. We appreciate the recognition and support.
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August 13, 2015, 09:00:39 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!

Need clarification from the developer. You seem to give more detailed explanations elsewhere.

So next generation compared to what?

You would have to ask the previous developer, he made up the slogan. I declined to remove it.


Because you agree with it? If you agree, I come back to my previous question.

No, because I find it quaint.

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Next generation compared to what?

Other than previous generations, I don't know.

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There seems to be no gui wallet or proper precompiled miner.

You may be correct.
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August 13, 2015, 09:06:31 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!

Need clarification from the developer. You seem to give more detailed explanations elsewhere.

So next generation compared to what?

You would have to ask the previous developer, he made up the slogan. I declined to remove it.


Because you agree with it? If you agree, I come back to my previous question.

No, because I find it quaint.

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Next generation compared to what?

Other than previous generations, I don't know.

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There seems to be no gui wallet or proper precompiled miner.

You may be correct.


And what is the ETA on the gui wallet and a proper precompiled miner?

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AOEN is fair coin.
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I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

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August 13, 2015, 09:07:22 AM
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"AEON coin is the next generation anonymous cryptocurrency"

Next generation compared to what?

Previous generations, of course!

Need clarification from the developer. You seem to give more detailed explanations elsewhere.

So next generation compared to what?

You would have to ask the previous developer, he made up the slogan. I declined to remove it.


Because you agree with it? If you agree, I come back to my previous question.

No, because I find it quaint.

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Next generation compared to what?

Other than previous generations, I don't know.

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There seems to be no gui wallet or proper precompiled miner.

You may be correct.


And what is the ETA on the gui wallet and a proper precompiled miner?

There is no ETA at this time.

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AOEN is fair coin.
(taken from the OP)

I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

Interesting opinion. Thank you for the feedback.

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August 13, 2015, 09:14:53 AM
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AOEN is fair coin.
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I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

Well, the term "fair" is hard to define, I think - not only in cryptocurrency. Which coin is absolutely fair? Almost all need a lot of money: graphics cards, memory or really big HDDs (see BURST) are not available for free.

A coin which needs a bit of IT knowledge to be mined is quite fair, I think.

The other thing is that the final goal must be usability for normal people. But: usability <> mineability.
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AOEN is fair coin.
(taken from the OP)

I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

Well, the term "fair" is hard to define, I think - not only in cryptocurrency. Which coin is absolutely fair? Almost all need a lot of money: graphics cards, memory or really big HDDs (see BURST) are not available for free.

A coin which needs a bit of IT knowledge to be mined is quite fair, I think.

The other thing is that the final goal must be usability for normal people. But: usability <> mineability.

No it doesn't, Bitcoin needs almost none, while this needs people to compile it.

Also the usability is missing here since it doesn't have a gui wallet which 99% of the projects have.

Wonder what a monero dev is capable of if he can't help the above mentioned 2 things.

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August 13, 2015, 09:23:12 AM
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AOEN is fair coin.
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I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

Well, the term "fair" is hard to define, I think - not only in cryptocurrency. Which coin is absolutely fair? Almost all need a lot of money: graphics cards, memory or really big HDDs (see BURST) are not available for free.

A coin which needs a bit of IT knowledge to be mined is quite fair, I think.

The other thing is that the final goal must be usability for normal people. But: usability <> mineability.

No it doesn't, Bitcoin needs almost none, while this needs people to compile it.

Also the usability is missing here since it doesn't have a gui wallet which 99% of the projects have.

Wonder what a monero dev is capable of if he can't help the above mentioned 2 things.

You did not get my point, I am afraid. Bitcoin cannot be mined without a very expensive device now. Is it "fair"? Certainly not.

Concerning usability: even command line wallet of AEON is hard to use, because it loads the whole blockchain to the memory, as mentioned above. But: I hope it is the beginning, not the end.
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August 13, 2015, 09:32:48 AM
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AOEN is fair coin.
(taken from the OP)

I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

Well, the term "fair" is hard to define, I think - not only in cryptocurrency. Which coin is absolutely fair? Almost all need a lot of money: graphics cards, memory or really big HDDs (see BURST) are not available for free.

A coin which needs a bit of IT knowledge to be mined is quite fair, I think.

The other thing is that the final goal must be usability for normal people. But: usability <> mineability.

No it doesn't, Bitcoin needs almost none, while this needs people to compile it.

Also the usability is missing here since it doesn't have a gui wallet which 99% of the projects have.

Wonder what a monero dev is capable of if he can't help the above mentioned 2 things.

You did not get my point, I am afraid. Bitcoin cannot be mined without a very expensive device now. Is it "fair"? Certainly not.

Concerning usability: even command line wallet of AEON is hard to use, because it loads the whole blockchain to the memory, as mentioned above. But: I hope it is the beginning, not the end.

No popular coin can be mined without expensive devices, are you implying that this coin is fair because it's unpopular thus the difficulty of mining is low?

So that's a feature?

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But: I hope it is the beginning, not the end.

Sadly it's the end since your developer keep trolling other projects instead of developing, do a review on his post history and how frequently he visits competitors vs his own project.



Example Day of forum attacks by Smooth (today, 12th Aug 2015)

Attacking his competitors:

Dash thread: 28 posts (competing with the anon feature)
Vanilla threads: 20 posts (competing for Poloniex volume)
Bytecoin thread: 4 posts (competing "Anon coin")

Posting on his own threads:

AEON: 3 posts
Monero: 0 posts

Smooth's competitors attacking his coins on any threads:

Dash devs: 0 posts
Vanilla devs: 0 posts
Bytecoin devs: 0 posts

And here is from when Smooth was spamming the Dash thread today and my reply with the current info I see problems with with what Smooth is doing that has a big conflict of interest (apart from trolling his competitors which obviously looks like he is trying to remove investors to own schemes)


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August 13, 2015, 09:35:39 AM
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Smooth's competitors attacking his coins on any threads:
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0 posts

Perhaps this accounting could use revision.

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August 13, 2015, 09:36:54 AM
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Is it possible to download the blockchain as a file up to some date? It seems it will be downloading for days... :-)

Yes it is in the first post of this thread (search for the word bootstrap). They are community-provided so I can't personally vouch for them being correct, but no problems have been reported.

Thanks, it worked smoothly and now I can see my recently mined coins... :-)

Only sad that half of my 8 GB memory is occupied...
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August 13, 2015, 09:37:31 AM
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Smooth's competitors attacking his coins on any threads:
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0 posts

Perhaps this accounting could use revision.



I'm not the Vanillacoin developer so the number still stands accurate.

And I came to check out your fork with no gui wallet or proper miner because you constantly attacked 3 threads regarding Vanillacoin.

I wasn't dissapointed to see that the OP is full with inaccurate bullshit.

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August 13, 2015, 09:38:08 AM
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AOEN is fair coin.
(taken from the OP)

I don't see this to be fair to everyone. Loads of crypto users are less tech oriented, own a windows OS and can't compile wallets. This doesn't seem to be fair to every miner.

Well, the term "fair" is hard to define, I think - not only in cryptocurrency. Which coin is absolutely fair? Almost all need a lot of money: graphics cards, memory or really big HDDs (see BURST) are not available for free.

A coin which needs a bit of IT knowledge to be mined is quite fair, I think.

The other thing is that the final goal must be usability for normal people. But: usability <> mineability.

No it doesn't, Bitcoin needs almost none, while this needs people to compile it.

Also the usability is missing here since it doesn't have a gui wallet which 99% of the projects have.

Wonder what a monero dev is capable of if he can't help the above mentioned 2 things.

You did not get my point, I am afraid. Bitcoin cannot be mined without a very expensive device now. Is it "fair"? Certainly not.

Concerning usability: even command line wallet of AEON is hard to use, because it loads the whole blockchain to the memory, as mentioned above. But: I hope it is the beginning, not the end.

No popular coin can be mined without expensive devices, are you implying that this coin is fair because it's unpopular thus the difficulty of mining is low?

So that's a feature?

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But: I hope it is the beginning, not the end.

Sadly it's the end since your developer keep trolling other projects instead of developing, do a review on his post history and how frequently he visits competitors vs his own project.



Example Day of forum attacks by Smooth (today, 12th Aug 2015)

Attacking his competitors:

Dash thread: 28 posts (competing with the anon feature)
Vanilla threads: 20 posts (competing for Poloniex volume)
Bytecoin thread: 4 posts (competing "Anon coin")

Posting on his own threads:

AEON: 3 posts
Monero: 0 posts

Smooth's competitors attacking his coins on any threads:

Dash devs: 0 posts
Vanilla devs: 0 posts
Bytecoin devs: 0 posts

And here is from when Smooth was spamming the Dash thread today and my reply with the current info I see problems with with what Smooth is doing that has a big conflict of interest (apart from trolling his competitors which obviously looks like he is trying to remove investors to own schemes)


Well, do not feed the trolls. We shall see how things will develop. Have a nice day.
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August 13, 2015, 09:40:42 AM
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Smooth's competitors attacking his coins on any threads:
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0 posts

Perhaps this accounting could use revision.



I'm not the Vanillacoin developer so the number still stands accurate.

An interesting distinction perhaps.

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And I came to check out your fork with no gui wallet or proper miner because you constantly attacked 3 threads regarding Vanillacoin.

Welcome!

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I wasn't dissapointed to see that the OP is full with inaccurate bullshit.

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