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August 26, 2014, 09:15:22 PM
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I'd just like to say thanks to Crypto Cloud Hosting for the free VPS, I'm very impressed with the service, I've fully configured it for everything I need to create a staging server without any problems, daemons, nginx, git server, deployment scripts all kinds of things, an excellent service all round complete with OS of my choice - the latest Ubuntu LTS.

I am very glad that the first BTM business is a fully fledged company with hardware and offers something of a high calibre, as opposed to a quick reseller account accepting alternative currency.

On another note, I received a donation earlier of 0.06xx BTC, but have no idea who sent it, can you let me know so that I may say thank you.

As a gentle reminder, if you have not updated your clients already to v0.9.2.2, please do so by following the link in my signature or from the OP - it will help keep our network, and your currency, secure, and also provide you with full alerting to be notified of any disasters; not that any are planned.

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August 27, 2014, 07:56:01 AM
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Big thumbs up to minepit.  We are killing it over there! Smiley  I'm ben96c on that pool.


31,194    smien2014    8/26 12:34:13 PM    45.10% (2,631,307)
31,182    ben96c    8/26 12:27:49 PM    21.26% (1,240,616)
31,177    ben96c    8/26 12:24:30 PM    40.87% (2,384,442)
31,165    24Kilo    8/26 12:16:57 PM    39.39% (2,298,149)
31,152    AndoRoid    8/26 12:07:23 PM    39.85% (2,325,005)
31,141    AndoRoid    8/26 11:57:08 AM    19.78% (1,153,963)
31,131    smien2014    8/26 11:50:40 AM    13.81% (805,565)
31,126    ben96c    8/26 11:46:08 AM    6.21% (362,437)

Good to see another pool rising up and getting some more hashing. Smiley
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August 27, 2014, 09:03:24 AM
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As a 'heads up' and for the uninitiated on the subject of secure address generation, would a 'Mini Howto' be a good idea to explain the best practice method for using the Brain Wallet?


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August 27, 2014, 09:14:08 AM
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As a 'heads up' and for the uninitiated on the subject of secure address generation, would a 'Mini Howto' be a good idea to explain the best practice method for using the Brain Wallet?

Great idea. Perhaps also including usage with bitmark-qt and inuit as two practical examples.

The bitmark wiki is editable by all, a good place to start writing such things so that others can collaboratively edit and review.

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August 27, 2014, 09:24:41 AM
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It would be nice if they paid out though.   Sad   Made a post on the support forum, no reply but looking through the other support posts, that is not unusual.  I've moved off there until they get their shit together.

Big thumbs up to minepit.  We are killing it over there! Smiley  I'm ben96c on that pool.


31,194    smien2014    8/26 12:34:13 PM    45.10% (2,631,307)
31,182    ben96c    8/26 12:27:49 PM    21.26% (1,240,616)
31,177    ben96c    8/26 12:24:30 PM    40.87% (2,384,442)
31,165    24Kilo    8/26 12:16:57 PM    39.39% (2,298,149)
31,152    AndoRoid    8/26 12:07:23 PM    39.85% (2,325,005)
31,141    AndoRoid    8/26 11:57:08 AM    19.78% (1,153,963)
31,131    smien2014    8/26 11:50:40 AM    13.81% (805,565)
31,126    ben96c    8/26 11:46:08 AM    6.21% (362,437)

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August 27, 2014, 09:26:46 AM
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It would be nice if they paid out though.   Sad   Made a post on the support forum, no reply but looking through the other support posts, that is not unusual.  I've moved off there until they get their shit together.

Big thumbs up to minepit.  We are killing it over there! Smiley  I'm ben96c on that pool.


31,194    smien2014    8/26 12:34:13 PM    45.10% (2,631,307)
31,182    ben96c    8/26 12:27:49 PM    21.26% (1,240,616)
31,177    ben96c    8/26 12:24:30 PM    40.87% (2,384,442)
31,165    24Kilo    8/26 12:16:57 PM    39.39% (2,298,149)
31,152    AndoRoid    8/26 12:07:23 PM    39.85% (2,325,005)
31,141    AndoRoid    8/26 11:57:08 AM    19.78% (1,153,963)
31,131    smien2014    8/26 11:50:40 AM    13.81% (805,565)
31,126    ben96c    8/26 11:46:08 AM    6.21% (362,437)

Good to see another pool rising up and getting some more hashing. Smiley

Auto payout is 100BTM - I manually push payment every time I see a withdrawable balance as I will NOT leave coins anywhere after my experience with mywl.it!

Are you not getting auto payouts?

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August 27, 2014, 09:29:19 AM
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As a 'heads up' and for the uninitiated on the subject of secure address generation, would a 'Mini Howto' be a good idea to explain the best practice method for using the Brain Wallet?

Great idea. Perhaps also including usage with bitmark-qt and inuit as two practical examples.

The bitmark wiki is editable by all, a good place to start writing such things so that others can collaboratively edit and review.

Tied up at day job so no chance to get on with wiki right now but here's a simple starter:

Code:

1) Download: https://github.com/project-bitmark/brain/archive/master.zip

2) Put onto a brand new re-formatted USB stick and unzip master.zip

3) Eject USB stick > insert USB stick into 'cold' off-line machine and open '[DRIVE LETTER]:\path\to\master.zip'

Voila!

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August 27, 2014, 09:31:58 AM
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@all miners, please donate some BTM to development foundation, DEV has been working on this coin with full time, if he was forced to quit this coin due to lack of money, this coin will be screwed up.

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August 27, 2014, 09:34:22 AM
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Andronicus.  I've got 155 matured coins there plus nearly 300 unmatured.  I've been waiting for the auto payout to kick in but it never did so I did a manual cashout a few hours ago. Nothing coming through.  Retried manual cashout. Just tell me ERROR: Request already pending.  
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August 27, 2014, 09:40:09 AM
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Andronicus.  I've got 155 matured coins there plus nearly 300 unmatured.  I've been waiting for the auto payout to kick in but it never did so I did a manual cashout a few hours ago. Nothing coming through.  Retried manual cashout. Just tell me ERROR: Request already pending.  

Ah, that's not so good - I have had some issues there in the past and the dev has always sorted them out. Minep.it is on here so hopefully he is on it...

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August 27, 2014, 09:40:49 AM
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Bold, red, oversize font.  Please don't do that here.  And FYI, yes I've donated.  Not credited in the OP but I did.

@all miners, please donate some BTM to development foundation, DEV has been working on this coin with full time, if he was forced to quit this coin due to lack of money, this coin will be screwed up.
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August 27, 2014, 10:21:13 AM
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I've donated.  Not credited in the OP but I did.

Apologies, I cut of updating the donations on the ANN after a point as it was becoming quite a time consuming job tracking down donations and updating, appending a note to say thank you to all instead. I'm happy to add anybody to the list who'd like mentioned, please just drop me a PM and I'll update it quickly Smiley

Regarding Minep.it, or any other pool, please reach out to them directly via support forums/twitter/mail, I'm sure they can't check the threads of every currency they support every day. If it becomes an issues multiple people are experiencing I'll reach out to them directly on behalf of the community - if that is of any help.

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August 27, 2014, 09:59:22 PM
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history

* The mill or mille (₥) is a now abstract unit of currency
* It was a notional unit equivalent to 1⁄1000 of a currency unit
* full article

Repurpose

* The mark (₥) is 1⁄1000 of a BTM

Thank you history for abandoning something else useful to our project. We have been very fortunate with our choices.

it even has a check/mark through it

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August 27, 2014, 10:09:00 PM
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Andronicus.  I've got 155 matured coins there plus nearly 300 unmatured.  I've been waiting for the auto payout to kick in but it never did so I did a manual cashout a few hours ago. Nothing coming through.  Retried manual cashout. Just tell me ERROR: Request already pending.  

What's your username on our site? I'll take a look in the database - this happens sometimes if the wallet address isn't saved into the database properly.

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August 28, 2014, 02:12:38 AM
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We desperately needed a concise symbol for ₥arking, something recognisable which reflected monetary value whilst not being overly explicit.

Perhaps a little ₥ on a button will look quite neat and provide a condensed icon meaning you can mark this, then later we can buy a coffee for 1.99₥

For interest, b is the official symbol for bit, and we have re-purposed our ₥, so now b₥ translates as bitmark, ₥ as mark, and ₥b as markbits if we ever need them.

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August 28, 2014, 02:26:02 AM
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When we reach our third price-tag milestone of dollar parity, a bitmark being worth a $, then for a time each ₥ will have it's historical value of $0.001 and also it's new value of 1/1000 BTM - this is nice.

Third milestone: the first milestone $0.01 was hit within minutes of launch, then second $0.10 has been the stable value for a week or more, in this our first month of trading

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August 28, 2014, 03:09:13 AM
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We desperately needed a concise symbol for ₥arking, something recognisable which reflected monetary value whilst not being overly explicit.

Perhaps a little ₥ on a button will look quite neat and provide a condensed icon meaning you can mark this, then later we can buy a coffee for 1.99₥

For interest, b is the official symbol for bit, and we have re-purposed our ₥, so now b₥ translates as bitmark, ₥ as mark, and ₥b as markbits if we ever need them.

If you can buy coffee for 1.99₥ then it means that a whole b₥ is worth 1000$. Am I wrong?
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August 28, 2014, 03:41:39 AM
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We desperately needed a concise symbol for ₥arking, something recognisable which reflected monetary value whilst not being overly explicit.

Perhaps a little ₥ on a button will look quite neat and provide a condensed icon meaning you can mark this, then later we can buy a coffee for 1.99₥

For interest, b is the official symbol for bit, and we have re-purposed our ₥, so now b₥ translates as bitmark, ₥ as mark, and ₥b as markbits if we ever need them.

If you can buy coffee for 1.99₥ then it means that a whole b₥ is worth 1000$. Am I wrong?

That depends on the price of the coffee in $ I guess. Let's not get concerned with the price, it was meant as an example of how people first see it as reputation then later as earned valuable currency.

I prefer to consider adoption. As we start 2019 there will be roughly 17 million BTM and 17 million BTC. 5 years, half a decade.

As a source of reference I like to look at this list of social networks and users, then I like to consider perhaps how many small sites may adopt, and perhaps how many medium sized websites within say 5 years. I class soundcloud, deviantart.com, last.fm, etcetera as medium size. If even one of them adopts then 1 BTM will be very rare, if three or more, or larger within five years, then a person holding 100₥, 10₥ or less would be rare.

I guess it is worth considering that we are creating a viral by nature reputation+money system that can be integrated anywhere, we're adding support to most open source programs, with a self funding system that pretty much allows people to make start ups for free, we also layer on support to any existing website's we please via extensions and apps, then there's the markets like games and services and digital consumables, before looking at integration in to larger sites. That's on the reputation usage side of it, then there's the traditional usage as money side, and also the point that it's forwards and backwards compatible with anything sharing bitcoin's api.

Forget about price and focus on usefulness and simple adoption, that'll distribute the tokens further and give us something enjoyable and useful to do, the more they are used and distributed the rarer they become, and we all know what that entails.

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August 28, 2014, 03:50:24 AM
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We desperately needed a concise symbol for ₥arking, something recognisable which reflected monetary value whilst not being overly explicit.

Perhaps a little ₥ on a button will look quite neat and provide a condensed icon meaning you can mark this, then later we can buy a coffee for 1.99₥

For interest, b is the official symbol for bit, and we have re-purposed our ₥, so now b₥ translates as bitmark, ₥ as mark, and ₥b as markbits if we ever need them.

If you can buy coffee for 1.99₥ then it means that a whole b₥ is worth 1000$. Am I wrong?


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August 28, 2014, 04:28:26 AM
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Umm. If you bothered to check your OWN support forum, you would find I also posted about the problem there.  My miner name is ben96c.

EDIT:  Nothing was happening at minepits end so I reloaded my wallet address and got an (unconfirmed) payout.
EDIT 2: Now confirmed.

Andronicus.  I've got 155 matured coins there plus nearly 300 unmatured.  I've been waiting for the auto payout to kick in but it never did so I did a manual cashout a few hours ago. Nothing coming through.  Retried manual cashout. Just tell me ERROR: Request already pending.  

What's your username on our site? I'll take a look in the database - this happens sometimes if the wallet address isn't saved into the database properly.
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