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July 20, 2014, 07:52:17 PM
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Reserve your username, Sign up now prelaunch: http://coinshieldtalk.org  Smiley

http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/105-digitalcommerce

That's a brilliant start; cogent, articulate, with a wealth of supporting proof. It's exactly the kind of the persuasive and constructive discussion that you were so confidently expecting.


And the reality is exactly what I was expecting.

Sadly,

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July 20, 2014, 08:05:17 PM
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Reserve your username, Sign up now prelaunch: http://coinshieldtalk.org  Smiley

http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/105-digitalcommerce

That's a brilliant start; cogent, articulate, with a wealth of supporting proof. It's exactly the kind of the persuasive and constructive discussion that you were so confidently expecting.


And the reality is exactly what I was expecting.

Sadly,

Graham





I don't expect petitions like those to gain any momentum. After a few petitions are approved there will be examples/templates for users to follow. 

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July 20, 2014, 08:13:41 PM
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need a coinshield store - purchase products with any coin instead of just paying in Coinshield coins.  Would have basically same function but would allow for profit to continually grow the product. 

"I bought lousy shit/scam coins and all I got was this stupid Tshirt"

just an idea.  I like the idea of the project though.
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July 22, 2014, 05:09:43 AM
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so this is basically deletecoin with a different ann, right?
Deletecoin ended up being a fail and a shitcoin itself. I can't see why this should play out any different than deletecoin.
This coin has only advantage over deletecoin of no premine. Correct me if i am wrong.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=511880.0

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July 22, 2014, 05:45:12 AM
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so this is basically deletecoin with a different ann, right?
Deletecoin ended up being a fail and a shitcoin itself. I can't see why this should play out any different than deletecoin.
This coin has only advantage over deletecoin of no premine. Correct me if i am wrong.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=511880.0



Deletecoin burned shitcoins, this adds to their value [we will be dumping]. It was a shitcoin yes, because the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin, we have.

~Viz

edit: it seems though, that their new deletecoin 2.0 took the idea from Coinshield with the dumping... curious

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July 22, 2014, 07:53:43 AM
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so this is basically deletecoin with a different ann, right?
Deletecoin ended up being a fail and a shitcoin itself. I can't see why this should play out any different than deletecoin.
This coin has only advantage over deletecoin of no premine. Correct me if i am wrong.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=511880.0



Deletecoin burned shitcoins, this adds to their value [we will be dumping]. It was a shitcoin yes, because the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin, we have.

~Viz

edit: it seems though, that their new deletecoin 2.0 took the idea from Coinshield with the dumping... curious
I think balu2 ignored (or didn't bother to read about) the huge and unique innovations that CoinShield is going to offer...

The anti-timewarp mechanism alone is revolutionary, I would argue.
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July 22, 2014, 10:49:11 AM
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It was a shitcoin yes, because the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin, we have.

Why do you persist in embarrassing yourself? “the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin” - that's completely bogus. You have no means of demonstrating the accuracy of that conjecture, let alone its relevance. The choice of fabrication hints strongly at narrow-minded, thoughtless intolerance.

Great programming skills, dangerously weak elsewhere. You should start to challenge your prejudices before they start to challenge you.

Despondently,

Graham
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July 22, 2014, 11:46:28 AM
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It was a shitcoin yes, because the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin, we have.

Why do you persist in embarrassing yourself? “the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin” - that's completely bogus. You have no means of demonstrating the accuracy of that conjecture, let alone its relevance. The choice of fabrication hints strongly at narrow-minded, thoughtless intolerance.

Great programming skills, dangerously weak elsewhere. You should start to challenge your prejudices before they start to challenge you.

Despondently,

Graham

Lol,  someone is using big words to give an impression of intellect.

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July 22, 2014, 12:51:33 PM
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Can I mine this coin with GPU? If can, where can I find the miner?
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July 22, 2014, 12:58:55 PM
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Can I mine this coin with GPU? If can, where can I find the miner?


If i read right,  the miner will be released on the coins launch.

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July 22, 2014, 01:19:19 PM
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Can I mine this coin with GPU? If can, where can I find the miner?


If i read right,  the miner will be released on the coins launch.

The GPU miner will be released as soon as it is done being coded. BitSlapper is currently coding it for the community. :-)


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July 22, 2014, 05:02:59 PM
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Can I mine this coin with GPU? If can, where can I find the miner?


If i read right,  the miner will be released on the coins launch.

The GPU miner will be released as soon as it is done being coded. BitSlapper is currently coding it for the community. :-)



Can you tell us if there will be Nvidia support re: GPU miner?...thanks....this looks like good work, signed up/in follwing all the way!
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July 22, 2014, 05:33:24 PM
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It was a shitcoin yes, because the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin, we have.

Why do you persist in embarrassing yourself? “the developer didn't expend the effort required to make a worthwhile coin” - that's completely bogus. You have no means of demonstrating the accuracy of that conjecture, let alone its relevance. The choice of fabrication hints strongly at narrow-minded, thoughtless intolerance.

Great programming skills, dangerously weak elsewhere. You should start to challenge your prejudices before they start to challenge you.

Despondently,

Graham


Yes, I do stand corrected [I was wondering if anyone would catch this]. I noticed the weakness of my conjecture after doing more reading after my posted assumption.

edit: and from my findings, the deletecoin developer had a few friends develop the coin while they were layed off, so he was not the actual programmer. Here is his post

Thanks Graham,
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July 22, 2014, 06:08:42 PM
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Can I mine this coin with GPU? If can, where can I find the miner?


If i read right,  the miner will be released on the coins launch.

The GPU miner will be released as soon as it is done being coded. BitSlapper is currently coding it for the community. :-)



Can you tell us if there will be Nvidia support re: GPU miner?...thanks....this looks like good work, signed up/in follwing all the way!

Hi, I'm coding the GPU miner.

I'm currently working on the AMD version of it. Once it's fully tested and ready for public use then I'd be happy to look into integrating NVIDIA support.

I currently own many different AMD cards but no NVIDIA ones. I might be able to borrow a 650 ti from a friend, or sell a couple of R9 270's, once I'm ready to look into it.

If there are any experienced CUDA developers, or anyone with good programming skills, that would be interested in helping then you should contact Videlicet.

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July 22, 2014, 07:17:13 PM
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Can I mine this coin with GPU? If can, where can I find the miner?


If i read right,  the miner will be released on the coins launch.

The GPU miner will be released as soon as it is done being coded. BitSlapper is currently coding it for the community. :-)



Can you tell us if there will be Nvidia support re: GPU miner?...thanks....this looks like good work, signed up/in follwing all the way!

Hi, I'm coding the GPU miner.

I'm currently working on the AMD version of it. Once it's fully tested and ready for public use then I'd be happy to look into integrating NVIDIA support.

I currently own many different AMD cards but no NVIDIA ones. I might be able to borrow a 650 ti from a friend, or sell a couple of R9 270's, once I'm ready to look into it.

If there are any experienced CUDA developers, or anyone with good programming skills, that would be interested in helping then you should contact Videlicet.
just post here...

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Launch date?
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July 22, 2014, 08:32:47 PM
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Launch date?
After testing and the CL miner is complete.  Private testing is underway now.
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July 23, 2014, 08:06:07 AM
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Launch date?
After testing and the CL miner is complete.  Private testing is underway now.
We will give at least a 4 day notice, so please subscribe to this thread and keep checking. We are hoping to launch before the end of the month, however it all depends how testing goes. So far Videlicet is making progress thanks to everyone who is helping test. Keep up the great work. Public testing is next.

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July 23, 2014, 04:14:18 PM
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Yes, I do stand corrected

Solid work. My respect for you has just shot up immeasurably. I've made my point, I'll rest my case.


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Update [Almost There...]:

1. Finalizing Fractional Rewarding / Fractional Excess - Getting equations tuned to within 1% margin of error, still lingering around 1.5% [keep in mind it can take at least 12 hours to stray this far]. Currently in my present test that I just started [~102 minutes ago], we are at 0.5% inflation, I'll keep everyone posted of results.
2. Finalizing Private Keys - Curve Group above 256 bit doesn't work with current private/public key code. Re-coding to have 571 bit private key [still in process of getting to work]
3. Unified Time Testing - Not fully tested [but operational as far as test results show], will get to testing fully when first 2 components are complete.

All other components have been verified / fixed from private testing. As soon as these three components are finished and tested, we will be ready for public testing. In that I will release a testnet only client, for everyone to verify. Once all issues are resolved [external GPU/CPU miners included] from public testing, the launch date will be set [most likely 4 days after public testing] and time-locked binaries will be released.

Thank You,
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edit: added item #3, added to item #1

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