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June 20, 2014, 06:35:12 PM
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Try to skip the "http://" in the url. If the wallet is at the same machine use 127.0.0.1 instead.
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June 20, 2014, 06:39:15 PM
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Man I was being a complete "tool"

I had another wallet open which was listening on the same port!

Closed that and all is working.

Thanks for your help.

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June 21, 2014, 03:23:31 AM
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So basically there is literally nothing that this coin offers and the price is rising because people believe it is going to get pumped. Man, we are seriously a bunch of sheep Wink We are buying thousands of dollars worth of... well nothing. The pump and dump teams behind these coins are making a killing. Clever people.

Its funny how you talk this coin down, but you're a massive fanboy on the CRYPT thread. Do you realize its the same team backing both coins, noob?

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June 21, 2014, 01:10:28 PM
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So basically there is literally nothing that this coin offers and the price is rising because people believe it is going to get pumped. Man, we are seriously a bunch of sheep Wink We are buying thousands of dollars worth of... well nothing. The pump and dump teams behind these coins are making a killing. Clever people.

Its funny how you talk this coin down, but you're a massive fanboy on the CRYPT thread. Do you realize its the same team backing both coins, noob?

Glyph will make a cryptorun after crypt run is done. Trust me. I know the pump team behind crypt.
And just wait when Fontas starts promoting this coin like crazy with his 4k followers lol

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June 21, 2014, 01:40:34 PM
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Hello there.
I have a question as a potencial investor.
Why should I buy this coin?
(This is not a FUD, just want some reasons  Smiley )
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June 21, 2014, 02:42:03 PM
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seems very quiet
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June 21, 2014, 04:36:06 PM
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Everything going ok?
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June 21, 2014, 06:20:20 PM
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And I am back ... with even more proof of the botch-job these scammers did!

https://github.com/glyphcoin/glyphcoin/blob/master/src/alert.cpp   <- Glyph

https://github.com/mastiffcoin/mastiffcoin/blob/master/src/alert.cpp <- Mastiff

Compare the pszMainKey and the pszTestKey  Wink

These dumbasses know so little of cryptocoding they didn't even generate new keys, with other words the dev of Mastiff can send wallet wide messages with these, because he has the matching private keys Wink
If you wanted any more proof these guys really don't know what they are doing, this is it. Amazing how all the sheep are falling for fontaspumps ... the retard is strong in this one.

I don't get what you are trying to say. This glyph coin copied mastcoin?
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June 21, 2014, 08:18:07 PM
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Not a secret glyph code was initially derived from mastiff and something was overlooked, but it isn't danger.
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June 21, 2014, 08:23:01 PM
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And I am back ... with even more proof of the botch-job these scammers did!

https://github.com/glyphcoin/glyphcoin/blob/master/src/alert.cpp   <- Glyph

https://github.com/mastiffcoin/mastiffcoin/blob/master/src/alert.cpp <- Mastiff

Compare the pszMainKey and the pszTestKey  Wink

These dumbasses know so little of cryptocoding they didn't even generate new keys, with other words the dev of Mastiff can send wallet wide messages with these, because he has the matching private keys Wink
If you wanted any more proof these guys really don't know what they are doing, this is it. Amazing how all the sheep are falling for fontaspumps ... the retard is strong in this one.

What are the pszMainKey and the pszTestKey used for?
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June 21, 2014, 08:31:24 PM
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Ladies stop your fighting. What i recommend is that if you have no interest in investing in Glyph, then leave the thread. All this fudding is quite a waste of everyones time. If you are actually investing and interested, and have worthwhile questions, then i recommend that you either post a question here, join IRC or PM the dev, where he is active and you will most likely get a reply.

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June 21, 2014, 11:12:40 PM
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Is this the same "Glyph" that is mentioned here with the "crypt" pump and dump fiasco?
If not I apologize, but it seems to connect.
Please see here, and due your DD.
http://imgur.com/a/9JgUG
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June 22, 2014, 02:26:40 AM
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Ladies stop your fighting. What i recommend is that if you have no interest in investing in Glyph, then leave the thread. All this fudding is quite a waste of everyones time. If you are actually investing and interested, and have worthwhile questions, then i recommend that you either post a question here, join IRC or PM the dev, where he is active and you will most likely get a reply.

Well I'm heavily invested in mastcoin so of course I want to get clarification
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June 22, 2014, 02:38:11 AM
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Ladies stop your fighting. What i recommend is that if you have no interest in investing in Glyph, then leave the thread. All this fudding is quite a waste of everyones time. If you are actually investing and interested, and have worthwhile questions, then i recommend that you either post a question here, join IRC or PM the dev, where he is active and you will most likely get a reply.

Well I'm heavily invested in mastcoin so of course I want to get clarification

Wahahaha

Cloning  MASTIFF and replacing all MAST for GLYPH in your source makes you look retarded, master became GLYPHer etc, apparently you guys are such good devs (LOL!! Just in case you guys are so stupid you don't get this either, I am being sarcastic!) you don't even know to search and replace case-sensitive. Also you might wanna correct the bitcoinunits so it doesn't say mSUM etc. OMG, this is such a botch-job, it's hilarious!

Good luck scamming all the sheep on Twatter! Tongue


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June 22, 2014, 03:23:53 AM
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This is nothing new one coin borrows the code from the other. Not all white Americans are Columbus.
Litecoin borrowed the code from bitcoin, many other coins borrowed it from litecoin and so on.

The investment in mastiff has nothing to do with using it's code. It doesn't mean the Mastiff's dev was kidnapped or flow away here. Mastiff code is relatively good and it's why it was used.

Someone discovered minor overlooking and was trying to abuse it to make a FUD. In the meantime GLYPH's devs fixed some other overlookings that existed in the Mastiff code and were overlooked by it's devs.

No one need to worry about that, non of these imperfections brought any issue to the users and the progress in crypto's world is being made all the time.
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June 22, 2014, 03:11:47 PM
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Net Hashrate - 3,716,178.96 KH/s   Shocked  Huh

OK I tried to do this directly on the 777 site but kept getting "  There was a problem sending your message. Please try again. " error.

Am I wrong? Does 777pool keep the block reward over 100?  Angry
If so, does 777 do that on all variable coins?  Or do all the GLYPH pools do it?
I read almost every page on the 777 site and didn't find that caveat.  Not even in the terms and conditions.

http://chainz.cryptoid.info/glyph/block.dws?11824

Block reward 200
pool payout  100


Unless someone shows this is incorrect, I'm taking out my donation amount, and start looking for another pool.  I don't like changing pools.  It doesn't always go smoothly, and I have to drive a few miles to do physical restarts.
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June 22, 2014, 03:22:27 PM
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OK I tried to do this directly on the 777 site but kept getting "  There was a problem sending your message. Please try again. " error.

Am I wrong? Does 777pool keep the block reward over 100?  Angry
If so, does 777 do that on all variable coins?  Or do all the GLYPH pools do it?
I read almost every page on the 777 site and didn't find that caveat.  Not even in the terms and conditions.

http://chainz.cryptoid.info/glyph/block.dws?11824

Block reward 200
pool payout  100


Unless someone shows this is incorrect, I'm taking out my donation amount, and start looking for another pool.  I don't like changing pools.  It doesn't always go smoothly, and I have to drive a few miles to do physical restarts.



Please read home page:
Block Reward:

BLOCK 1 - 2,000 400 GLYPH
BLOCK 2,001 - 4,000 200 GLYPH
BLOCK 4,001 - 12,000 100 GLYPH
BLOCK 12,001 - 48,000 50 GLYPH
BLOCK 48,001 - 376,000 25 GLYPH

BLOCK 11824 is in range BLOCK 4,001 - 12,000 with 100 GLYPH reward
Only few bock left with 100 GLYPH, soon will be only 50.

edit: Contact page error is fixed.

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June 22, 2014, 04:35:34 PM
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OK I tried to do this directly on the 777 site but kept getting "  There was a problem sending your message. Please try again. " error.

Am I wrong? Does 777pool keep the block reward over 100?  Angry
If so, does 777 do that on all variable coins?  Or do all the GLYPH pools do it?
I read almost every page on the 777 site and didn't find that caveat.  Not even in the terms and conditions.

http://chainz.cryptoid.info/glyph/block.dws?11824

Block reward 200
pool payout  100


Unless someone shows this is incorrect, I'm taking out my donation amount, and start looking for another pool.  I don't like changing pools.  It doesn't always go smoothly, and I have to drive a few miles to do physical restarts.



Please read home page:
Block Reward:

BLOCK 1 - 2,000 400 GLYPH
BLOCK 2,001 - 4,000 200 GLYPH
BLOCK 4,001 - 12,000 100 GLYPH
BLOCK 12,001 - 48,000 50 GLYPH
BLOCK 48,001 - 376,000 25 GLYPH

BLOCK 11824 is in range BLOCK 4,001 - 12,000 with 100 GLYPH reward
Only few bock left with 100 GLYPH, soon will be only 50.

edit: Contact page error is fixed.

 Tried to take it back to the pool, still getting the error.
 
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June 22, 2014, 04:38:38 PM
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OK I tried to do this directly on the 777 site but kept getting "  There was a problem sending your message. Please try again. " error.

Am I wrong? Does 777pool keep the block reward over 100?  Angry
If so, does 777 do that on all variable coins?  Or do all the GLYPH pools do it?
I read almost every page on the 777 site and didn't find that caveat.  Not even in the terms and conditions.

http://chainz.cryptoid.info/glyph/block.dws?11824

Block reward 200
pool payout  100


Unless someone shows this is incorrect, I'm taking out my donation amount, and start looking for another pool.  I don't like changing pools.  It doesn't always go smoothly, and I have to drive a few miles to do physical restarts.



Please read home page:
Block Reward:

BLOCK 1 - 2,000 400 GLYPH
BLOCK 2,001 - 4,000 200 GLYPH
BLOCK 4,001 - 12,000 100 GLYPH
BLOCK 12,001 - 48,000 50 GLYPH
BLOCK 48,001 - 376,000 25 GLYPH

BLOCK 11824 is in range BLOCK 4,001 - 12,000 with 100 GLYPH reward
Only few bock left with 100 GLYPH, soon will be only 50.

edit: Contact page error is fixed.

 Tried to take it back to the pool, still getting the error.
  

PLEASE EXPLAIN MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE ERROR (on personal messages or use e-mail: 777poolcom@gmail.com).

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June 22, 2014, 07:12:22 PM
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Seems there is a bug in the explorer, but the pool and the wallet shows it ok.

https://github.com/glyphcoin/glyphcoin/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L967

Code:
int64_t GetProofOfWorkReward(int64_t nFees)
{
    int64_t nSubsidy = 1 * COIN;

    if(pindexBest->nHeight <= 2000)
    {
        nSubsidy = 400 * COIN;
    }
    else if(pindexBest->nHeight <= 4000)
    {
        nSubsidy = 200 * COIN;
    }
    else if(pindexBest->nHeight <= 12000)
    {
        nSubsidy = 100 * COIN;
    }
    else if(pindexBest->nHeight <= 48000)
    {
        nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;
    }
    else if(pindexBest->nHeight <= 176000)
    {
        nSubsidy = 25 * COIN;
    }

So for the block #11824 there is 100 GLYPHs reward.
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