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February 20, 2015, 01:36:01 AM
 #1921

The dev team is doing the pump-dump-recycle, technique. They pump the coin up through nonexistent updated(Announcements, petty graphics, etc), they dump it after the initial pump. They let it die down for a couple weeks-months, the come back again to pump it once they acquired coins at dirt cheap prices.

Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.


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February 20, 2015, 01:44:54 AM
 #1922

Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.
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February 20, 2015, 01:48:04 AM
 #1923

Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.


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February 20, 2015, 01:50:12 AM
 #1924

yes pls fud more

i want more dirt cheap coins

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February 20, 2015, 02:57:13 AM
 #1925

Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.

There is a difference between the capability of running a client while connecting via TOR and having it built into the client so it *only* connects via TOR.
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February 20, 2015, 03:05:45 AM
 #1926

Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.

There is a difference between the capability of running a client while connecting via TOR and having it built into the client so it *only* connects via TOR.

Again, you can make it so that your bitcoin/any altcoin wallet Only runs over TOR. So again, Razor's main feature is obselete.


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February 20, 2015, 03:39:18 AM
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Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.

There is a difference between the capability of running a client while connecting via TOR and having it built into the client so it *only* connects via TOR.

Again, you can make it so that your bitcoin/any altcoin wallet Only runs over TOR. So again, Razor's main feature is obselete.

Are you saying a developer can implement this or that a user can do this to their own client?  If the former, that's the nature of open source software and by that logic the features of all currencies are thus obsolete, and so it's pointless to even bring up.

If you mean the latter, then you are assuming way more technical knowledge than most people have, and you're also ignoring that Tor only works well if it's used 100% consistently, and used entirely within a Tor network, which wouldn't happen if you expect individuals to set it up and run it themselves.

So there is an actual distinction between Tor being built in and always-on, vs a client merely being capable of using it.
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February 20, 2015, 04:44:55 AM
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Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.

There is a difference between the capability of running a client while connecting via TOR and having it built into the client so it *only* connects via TOR.

Again, you can make it so that your bitcoin/any altcoin wallet Only runs over TOR. So again, Razor's main feature is obselete.

Are you saying a developer can implement this or that a user can do this to their own client?  If the former, that's the nature of open source software and by that logic the features of all currencies are thus obsolete, and so it's pointless to even bring up.

If you mean the latter, then you are assuming way more technical knowledge than most people have, and you're also ignoring that Tor only works well if it's used 100% consistently, and used entirely within a Tor network, which wouldn't happen if you expect individuals to set it up and run it themselves.

So there is an actual distinction between Tor being built in and always-on, vs a client merely being capable of using it.


Ok, you've made a point. However, simply making this your main feature is useless. It isn't that hard to run a wallet over TOR with any other altcoin, so Razor taking that one step further yes, makes it more accessible to less technical people to do, but is also pretty useless, since that is Razor's only feature... TOR has been "hacked" before as well.


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February 20, 2015, 09:52:10 AM
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More importantly, as was pointed out repeatedly when this first launched, where is the claimed, "cutting edge of technology" for this coin?

The *only* argument they ever had was that one about, "Well you can't really have true TOR anonymity unless all the clients on a coin network are routing through TOR". Setting TOR as the 'default' option is hardly cutting edge tech and they were called out for this lack of innovation and gave a response that pretty much went along the lines of "Nuh-huh, because that's why, FUDDER!!11!!1!"

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Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.

There is a difference between the capability of running a client while connecting via TOR and having it built into the client so it *only* connects via TOR.

Again, you can make it so that your bitcoin/any altcoin wallet Only runs over TOR. So again, Razor's main feature is obselete.

Are you saying a developer can implement this or that a user can do this to their own client?  If the former, that's the nature of open source software and by that logic the features of all currencies are thus obsolete, and so it's pointless to even bring up.

If you mean the latter, then you are assuming way more technical knowledge than most people have, and you're also ignoring that Tor only works well if it's used 100% consistently, and used entirely within a Tor network, which wouldn't happen if you expect individuals to set it up and run it themselves.

So there is an actual distinction between Tor being built in and always-on, vs a client merely being capable of using it.


Ok, you've made a point. However, simply making this your main feature is useless. It isn't that hard to run a wallet over TOR with any other altcoin, so Razor taking that one step further yes, makes it more accessible to less technical people to do, but is also pretty useless, since that is Razor's only feature... TOR has been "hacked" before as well.

Tor itself has not been hacked, only exploited with DDoS and exit nodes. Please, do not ever run a coin across Tor without knowing the implications. Razor is designed to be on Tor only which makes it more secure then going in and out of Tor by leaps and bounds.
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February 21, 2015, 08:24:28 AM
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Razor never had anything going for it, it's main feature of TOR in the wallet, is already incorporated in every single altcoin/Bitcoin by design.

No, they do not run on TOR.

Yes they do, all coin wallets have TOR capabilities. Are you trolling or just this misinformed? You can run your bitcoin, darkcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, orangecoin, fleecoin, zeecoin...wallet over TOR. This makes Razor's main feature the stupidest I've ever seen for an altcoin, while also making Razor worthless.

The Network does not run on TOR for any of those coins. You're an idiot.

The Network? What, are you high? I said you can run your Wallet, over TOR. It has nothing to do with "the network". Are you trying to troll, sir?


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March 01, 2015, 09:31:58 PM
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Bet those 300k RZR bags will be feeling real heavy now



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April 13, 2015, 03:37:17 AM
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hello?
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April 13, 2015, 03:47:37 AM
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Saw that @RazorTech was tweeting today. Interesting.

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April 13, 2015, 11:53:53 PM
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Will there be any real update on RZR in coming weeks?
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April 14, 2015, 09:55:02 AM
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only after the accumulation is done...  Wink
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April 14, 2015, 07:55:51 PM
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only after the accumulation is done...  Wink

Maybe. But there are sell orders at very low price (2.5 btc worth of coins -  3 to 4 % of total coin supply, available to buy below 6K sat). I guess RZR team is using this accidental hype to dispose coins which were dormant for months. With a nice coin name, they can do something to enhance and keep going.
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April 18, 2015, 04:19:24 PM
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Any pool still mining this? It's dropped on CoinKing.
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April 23, 2015, 12:55:58 AM
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only after the accumulation is done...  Wink

Maybe. But there are sell orders at very low price (2.5 btc worth of coins -  3 to 4 % of total coin supply, available to buy below 6K sat). I guess RZR team is using this accidental hype to dispose coins which were dormant for months. With a nice coin name, they can do something to enhance and keep going.

There will be no updates about RZR until Altmarket.com is completed at the very minimum.
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May 02, 2015, 07:44:00 PM
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Goodnight, sweet price.

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