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July 18, 2014, 03:26:45 PM
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2) Anonymity

We can discuss this more in the future

I agree.

For now it may be useful to extol the virtues of using the "coin control" features, as these let you choose which inputs (or addresses) are linked to each transaction. For most common cases, where you do not want Bob to know that you have sent money to Peter, or for anybody to know your full savings, this is sufficient, if a little technical.

For people who really want anonymity all they need to do is go off chain, on to another, and then back. This is simple to do for anybody who really wants to. For example convert DRK to BTC, move BTC to another exchange, convert BTC to DRK and send to a fresh address. Clean inputs. People have been doing this with Fiat for years to erase the trace, the same applies to block chain based currencies.

In my opinion it does not require a technical solution.

Privacy concerns however are fair to address, coin control and documentation/examples on how to use it practically, or multiple wallet support, may address this simply for the common person.

I hadn't used the qt client for about 2 years until I started using Bitmark and I noticed that there is a way to choose which addresses you want the inputs for your outgoing transaction to come from by clicking checkboxes next to each address that you want to include. I thought that was interesting. I haven't tested the feature yet at all though. Is that what you're referring to here?
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July 18, 2014, 03:32:43 PM
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I hadn't used the qt client for about 2 years until I started using Bitmark and I noticed that there is a way to choose which addresses you want the inputs for your outgoing transaction to come from by clicking checkboxes next to each address that you want to include. I thought that was interesting. I haven't tested the feature yet at all though. Is that what you're referring to here?

Yes exactly that. In the future we can hope thin clients will make this a prioritised easy to use feature.

Catch up links for those joining.
31. IPM Pool 3 Day Test.
32. What makes Bitmark distinct.
33. Decentralization of Supply and Distribution and Spreading out the Bitmark Network.
Major discussion points or notices are always added to the OP on a daily basis.

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July 18, 2014, 03:49:02 PM
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2) Anonymity


We can discuss this more in the future when anonymity tech gets ironed out more but while there is definitely a public relations downside that comes from unfortunate things like that, it's going to exist either way. Bitcoin was inaccurately reported as an 'anonymous' cryptocurrency for years and that label is not going to go away among the public anytime soon. So by association Bitmark is going to share that same label whether we have an option to send anonymously or not I think.

We'll watch and see how things develop with regard to public perception of cryptocurrencies. Lets just be thankful we're not named Darkcoin. Wink

Indeed!  Wink

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July 18, 2014, 03:52:37 PM
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2) Anonymity

We can discuss this more in the future

I agree.

For now it may be useful to extol the virtues of using the "coin control" features, as these let you choose which inputs (or addresses) are linked to each transaction. For most common cases, where you do not want Bob to know that you have sent money to Peter, or for anybody to know your full savings, this is sufficient, if a little technical.

For people who really want anonymity all they need to do is go off chain, on to another, and then back. This is simple to do for anybody who really wants to. For example convert DRK to BTC, move BTC to another exchange, convert BTC to DRK and send to a fresh address. Clean inputs. People have been doing this with Fiat for years to erase the trace, the same applies to block chain based currencies.

In my opinion it does not require a technical solution.

Privacy concerns however are fair to address, coin control and documentation/examples on how to use it practically, or multiple wallet support, may address this simply for the common person.

Absolutely - there is often the confusion between 'privacy' and 'anonymity' - totally different animals...

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July 18, 2014, 03:56:40 PM
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Who has sent 0.15 BTC? for the IPM Pool Test?

Please let me know.

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July 18, 2014, 04:14:56 PM
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I have sent 0.15 BTC to 18rai2ichzUfXG6PVmUQLNPqBjtctnVRAD in support of the BITMARK IPM. I appreciate the vision of the Bitmark Project set fourth by Mark, and the Mission Statement, Plan of action, and Execution that followed. The fact that our community has assisted in the creation of Bitmark, which continues to grow through cultivation, and continued development, offers confidence for Bitmark’s future and the ultimate direction of Crypto.

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July 18, 2014, 04:33:11 PM
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https://twitter.com/bit_mark
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July 18, 2014, 04:51:03 PM
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Hello everyone,

Yesterday we were contacted by the Bitmark's developer.
He asked us to set a pool for BTM and so we did Smiley

Here is the pool info:

URL: http://xhash.net
Pool address: stratum+tcp://pool.xhash.net:3405

Single registration / Global workers / DDOS Protected / VARDIFF / Prop payouts / Fees 1%

Thank you and enjoy !

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July 18, 2014, 04:53:18 PM
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What ALGO is this? lol
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July 18, 2014, 04:54:15 PM
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What ALGO is this? lol
this is scrypt

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July 18, 2014, 04:59:03 PM
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Total number of coins?
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July 18, 2014, 05:34:39 PM
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Total number of coins?

Total Supply: ~27.58 million coins (27,579,894.73108000 to be exact).

All technical info is here:
https://github.com/project-bitmark/bitmark/wiki

PS. Dev, why don't you make the OP like other ANN threads, I mean basic coin info listed using big font ?

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July 18, 2014, 05:43:42 PM
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Total number of coins?

Total Supply: ~27.58 million coins (27,579,894.73108000 to be exact).

All technical info is here:
https://github.com/project-bitmark/bitmark/wiki

PS. Dev, why don't you make the OP like other ANN threads, I mean basic coin info listed using big font ?

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July 18, 2014, 05:46:32 PM
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Hello everyone,

Yesterday we were contacted by the Bitmark's developer.
He asked us to set a pool for BTM and so we did Smiley

Here is the pool info:

URL: http://xhash.net
Pool address: stratum+tcp://pool.xhash.net:3405

Single registration / Global workers / DDOS Protected / VARDIFF / Prop payouts / Fees 1%

Thank you and enjoy !

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Great to see another pool add Bitmark!

One minor thing I noticed is that you have Bitmark as launched on June 21st and I believe the correct date was July 13th. The thread started well before we even had a name for Bitmark, it was used as a springboard of ideas and discussion.

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July 18, 2014, 05:53:23 PM
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Total number of coins?

Total Supply: ~27.58 million coins (27,579,894.73108000 to be exact).

All technical info is here:
https://github.com/project-bitmark/bitmark/wiki

PS. Dev, why don't you make the OP like other ANN threads, I mean basic coin info listed using big font ?

Yeah, we're getting a lot of questions because people are used to finding the information in the OP.

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July 18, 2014, 05:56:33 PM
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I have sent 0.15 BTC to 18rai2ichzUfXG6PVmUQLNPqBjtctnVRAD in support of the BITMARK IPM. I appreciate the vision of the Bitmark Project set fourth by Mark, and the Mission Statement, Plan of action, and Execution that followed. The fact that our community has assisted in the creation of Bitmark, which continues to grow through cultivation, and continued development, offers confidence for Bitmark’s future and the ultimate direction of Crypto.

Thank you, I will have the IPM Pool running shortly.

Since the difficulty is due to change in 5-6 hours, I will add a proportionate amount of hashing for the current mining day for 5 hours.

82ndabnmedic, this will use approximately 0.04 BTC of your budget and provide 150 MH/s to the network.

After the difficulty changes the calculations will be redone for the next mining day, along with a report on the first part of your investment.

PS. Dev, why don't you make the OP like other ANN threads, I mean basic coin info listed using big font ?

The important information which enables people to make a decision as to whether they want to consider finding out more about Bitmark is in the OP, and the rest of the information together with full rationale are just a link away.

So far it has brought in a wonderful community and has enabled us to progress well with almost 30 pages of very interesting discussion and lots of real world measurable progress.

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July 18, 2014, 06:04:59 PM
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PS. Dev, why don't you make the OP like other ANN threads, I mean basic coin info listed using big font ?

please don't, I know i've only posted once here before but the op is excellent all the information can be found by reading through it and following the links.
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July 18, 2014, 06:13:33 PM
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Hello everyone,

Yesterday we were contacted by the Bitmark's developer.
He asked us to set a pool for BTM and so we did Smiley

Here is the pool info:

URL: http://xhash.net
Pool address: stratum+tcp://pool.xhash.net:3405

Single registration / Global workers / DDOS Protected / VARDIFF / Prop payouts / Fees 1%

Thank you and enjoy !

Regards,
xHash Team

Great to see another pool add Bitmark!

One minor thing I noticed is that you have Bitmark as launched on June 21st and I believe the correct date was July 13th. The thread started well before we even had a name for Bitmark, it was used as a springboard of ideas and discussion.



Sorry about that, I was in a hurry and picked up the date this thread started, to avoid showing 1/1/1970  Roll Eyes  It's fixed, thank you for pointing this out!

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July 18, 2014, 06:44:34 PM
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URL: http://xhash.net
Pool address: stratum+tcp://pool.xhash.net:3405

Single registration / Global workers / DDOS Protected / VARDIFF / Prop payouts / Fees 1%

Thank you and enjoy !

Thank you for helping us secure the Bitmark network, and for such a smooth adoption.

We now have 2 major pools, and several people solo mining.

The Investor Public Mining (IPM) Pool will be running in moments also.

Finally, P2Pool support may well be launched by the end of the day too.

The ANN needs updated to reflect everything which has happened today, I will update it before the end of the day.

Thank you to everybody for your consistent support.

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July 18, 2014, 06:49:04 PM
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The important information which enables people to make a decision as to whether they want to consider finding out more about Bitmark is in the OP, and the rest of the information together with full rationale are just a link away.

'Allocation of Variables' is not a good description for the coin specifications. I think the first thing people want to know are the basics: coin cap, block reward schedule, algo. If I were just finding this thread, I wouldn't wade through 49 links just to find this information out. I would skim, not find it, and close the tab.

I don't think it has to be the standard [ANN] format that everyone else uses, but there should definitely be an easy to find section for the basic information.

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