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Question: How many premined coins would YOU like to see in SC 3.0?
13 million - 22 (12.9%)
26 million - 15 (8.8%)
39 million - 15 (8.8%)
53 million - 17 (9.9%)
>53 million - 102 (59.6%)
Total Voters: 113

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February 27, 2012, 04:56:21 PM
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Sup bitches.

By now I've grown weary of dealing with the peasant nodes. Filthy miners only complicate things, take a look at Deepbit for example. So with SC 3.0 I want to pioneer a 100% decentralized currency (unlike the fiat Bitcoin), so I've decided that I will eliminate peasant nodes completely with a new system which will revolutionize the cryptocurrency world.

The design and architecture I've put into 3.0 will only have two groups of 10 (an ode to binary, which I helped co-write) gate-nodes which will take turn solving even/odd blocks. Each wallet will contain the premine which I am looking for my communities input on, so you have a voice in SC 3.0 (unlike King Gavin and Queen Deepbit).

Luckily I've found a way to reimburse SC 2.0 coin holders for approximately 1/2 of their *Loyalty Rating (the formula is confidential and is proprietary property), so all you have to do is submit an application and the Account Reconciliation team and we'll be sure to process your Loyalty Rating in 4-6 weeks of submission.

I also realized that the bloated blockchain (smart move, bitcoin) is only weighing down my innovation.  That being said, there will only be 3 addresses available (outside the 20 premined wallets, which YOU get to choose the premine!), of which I will possess.  If you'd like to spend your SC 3.0 *coins, submit an application to the Account Reconciliation team who will then deduct the invert of your Loyalty Rating from your account, purchase the product and send it to your door! First-Class™ service, courtesy of SC 3.0!

So how much should each wallet contain?  13 million?  39 million?  Be sure to rock the vote on SC 3.0 and good luck to everyone with their Loyalty Rating applications!
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February 27, 2012, 05:08:52 PM
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Sup bitches.

By now I've grown weary of dealing with the peasant nodes. Filthy miners only complicate things, take a look at Deepbit for example. So with SC 3.0 I want to pioneer a 100% decentralized currency (unlike the fiat Bitcoin), so I've decided that I will eliminate peasant nodes completely with a new system which will revolutionize the cryptocurrency world.

The design and architecture I've put into 3.0 will only have two groups of 10 (an ode to binary, which I helped co-write) gate-nodes which will take turn solving even/odd blocks. Each wallet will contain the premine which I am looking for my communities input on, so you have a voice in SC 3.0 (unlike King Gavin and Queen Deepbit).

Luckily I've found a way to reimburse SC 2.0 coin holders for approximately 1/2 of their *Loyalty Rating (the formula is confidential and is proprietary property), so all you have to do is submit an application and the Account Reconciliation team and we'll be sure to process your Loyalty Rating in 4-6 weeks of submission.

I also realized that the bloated blockchain (smart move, bitcoin) is only weighing down my innovation.  That being said, there will only be 3 addresses available (outside the 20 premined wallets, which YOU get to choose the premine!), of which I will possess.  If you'd like to spend your SC 3.0 *coins, submit an application to the Account Reconciliation team who will then deduct the invert of your Loyalty Rating from your account, purchase the product and send it to your door! First-Class™ service, courtesy of SC 3.0!

So how much should each wallet contain?  13 million?  39 million?  Be sure to rock the vote on SC 3.0 and good luck to everyone with their Loyalty Rating applications!

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February 27, 2012, 05:48:38 PM
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So how much should each wallet contain?  13 million?  39 million?  Be sure to rock the vote on SC 3.0 and good luck to everyone with their Loyalty Rating applications!

No sense going small make it at least a billion...
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February 27, 2012, 05:58:31 PM
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Will these premined coins be going towards early adopters (as I recall I started using it after end of last Aug) or is this for something else I don't understand? As a SC user I feel that most users have a right to a share of the proceeds.

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February 27, 2012, 06:04:49 PM
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Will these premined coins be going towards early adopters (as I recall I started using it after end of last Aug) or is this for something else I don't understand? As a SC user I feel that most users have a right to a share of the proceeds.

The premine is to strengthen the network. The more the premine, the stronger the network.  Early adopters must submit a Loyalty Rating application inorder to be reimbursed (due to the limitations of the Bitcoin core code, there are only 1000 3.0 coins available for reimbursement, first come first serve).
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February 27, 2012, 06:08:29 PM
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Sup bitches.

By now I've grown weary of dealing with the peasant nodes. Filthy miners only complicate things, take a look at Deepbit for example. So with SC 3.0 I want to pioneer a 100% decentralized currency (unlike the fiat Bitcoin), so I've decided that I will eliminate peasant nodes completely with a new system which will revolutionize the cryptocurrency world.

The design and architecture I've put into 3.0 will only have two groups of 10 (an ode to binary, which I helped co-write) gate-nodes which will take turn solving even/odd blocks. Each wallet will contain the premine which I am looking for my communities input on, so you have a voice in SC 3.0 (unlike King Gavin and Queen Deepbit).

Luckily I've found a way to reimburse SC 2.0 coin holders for approximately 1/2 of their *Loyalty Rating (the formula is confidential and is proprietary property), so all you have to do is submit an application and the Account Reconciliation team and we'll be sure to process your Loyalty Rating in 4-6 weeks of submission.

I also realized that the bloated blockchain (smart move, bitcoin) is only weighing down my innovation.  That being said, there will only be 3 addresses available (outside the 20 premined wallets, which YOU get to choose the premine!), of which I will possess.  If you'd like to spend your SC 3.0 *coins, submit an application to the Account Reconciliation team who will then deduct the invert of your Loyalty Rating from your account, purchase the product and send it to your door! First-Class™ service, courtesy of SC 3.0!

So how much should each wallet contain?  13 million?  39 million?  Be sure to rock the vote on SC 3.0 and good luck to everyone with their Loyalty Rating applications!

Not sure if serious

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February 27, 2012, 06:14:34 PM
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Will these premined coins be going towards early adopters (as I recall I started using it after end of last Aug) or is this for something else I don't understand? As a SC user I feel that most users have a right to a share of the proceeds.

The premine is to strengthen the network. The more the premine, the stronger the network.  Early adopters must submit a Loyalty Rating application inorder to be reimbursed (due to the limitations of the Bitcoin core code, there are only 1000 3.0 coins available for reimbursement, first come first serve).
Could you send me a copy of this application form please as I wish to claim. I remember using this shortly after 20/8/2011.I'd like to be part of it. So premines add strength to a network? Interesting theory.

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February 27, 2012, 06:23:37 PM
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Will these premined coins be going towards early adopters (as I recall I started using it after end of last Aug) or is this for something else I don't understand? As a SC user I feel that most users have a right to a share of the proceeds.

The premine is to strengthen the network. The more the premine, the stronger the network.  Early adopters must submit a Loyalty Rating application inorder to be reimbursed (due to the limitations of the Bitcoin core code, there are only 1000 3.0 coins available for reimbursement, first come first serve).
Could you send me a copy of this application form please as I wish to claim. I remember using this shortly after 20/8/2011.I'd like to be part of it. So premines add strength to a network? Interesting theory.

I already checked the database of your associated forum name with your address in 2.0 (from the data collector), and I regret to inform you that your Loyalty Rating falls below the minimum threshold for reimbursement.  Good luck though with 3.0!
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February 27, 2012, 06:33:26 PM
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At least 13 trillion.

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February 27, 2012, 06:33:45 PM
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Sup bitches.

By now I've grown weary of dealing with the peasant nodes. Filthy miners only complicate things, take a look at Deepbit for example. So with SC 3.0 I want to pioneer a 100% decentralized currency (unlike the fiat Bitcoin), so I've decided that I will eliminate peasant nodes completely with a new system which will revolutionize the cryptocurrency world.

The design and architecture I've put into 3.0 will only have two groups of 10 (an ode to binary, which I helped co-write) gate-nodes which will take turn solving even/odd blocks. Each wallet will contain the premine which I am looking for my communities input on, so you have a voice in SC 3.0 (unlike King Gavin and Queen Deepbit).

Luckily I've found a way to reimburse SC 2.0 coin holders for approximately 1/2 of their *Loyalty Rating (the formula is confidential and is proprietary property), so all you have to do is submit an application and the Account Reconciliation team and we'll be sure to process your Loyalty Rating in 4-6 weeks of submission.

I also realized that the bloated blockchain (smart move, bitcoin) is only weighing down my innovation.  That being said, there will only be 3 addresses available (outside the 20 premined wallets, which YOU get to choose the premine!), of which I will possess.  If you'd like to spend your SC 3.0 *coins, submit an application to the Account Reconciliation team who will then deduct the invert of your Loyalty Rating from your account, purchase the product and send it to your door! First-Class™ service, courtesy of SC 3.0!

So how much should each wallet contain?  13 million?  39 million?  Be sure to rock the vote on SC 3.0 and good luck to everyone with their Loyalty Rating applications!

Not sure if serious
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February 27, 2012, 06:34:37 PM
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he is bad shit insane! i wanna see where this is going.

btw. can you point out where it is in the core bitcoin code there are the limit of 1000 coins?

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February 27, 2012, 06:35:45 PM
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Sup bitches.

By now I've grown weary of dealing with the peasant nodes. Filthy miners only complicate things, take a look at Deepbit for example. So with SC 3.0 I want to pioneer a 100% decentralized currency (unlike the fiat Bitcoin), so I've decided that I will eliminate peasant nodes completely with a new system which will revolutionize the cryptocurrency world.

The design and architecture I've put into 3.0 will only have two groups of 10 (an ode to binary, which I helped co-write) gate-nodes which will take turn solving even/odd blocks. Each wallet will contain the premine which I am looking for my communities input on, so you have a voice in SC 3.0 (unlike King Gavin and Queen Deepbit).

Luckily I've found a way to reimburse SC 2.0 coin holders for approximately 1/2 of their *Loyalty Rating (the formula is confidential and is proprietary property), so all you have to do is submit an application and the Account Reconciliation team and we'll be sure to process your Loyalty Rating in 4-6 weeks of submission.

I also realized that the bloated blockchain (smart move, bitcoin) is only weighing down my innovation.  That being said, there will only be 3 addresses available (outside the 20 premined wallets, which YOU get to choose the premine!), of which I will possess.  If you'd like to spend your SC 3.0 *coins, submit an application to the Account Reconciliation team who will then deduct the invert of your Loyalty Rating from your account, purchase the product and send it to your door! First-Class™ service, courtesy of SC 3.0!

So how much should each wallet contain?  13 million?  39 million?  Be sure to rock the vote on SC 3.0 and good luck to everyone with their Loyalty Rating applications!

Not sure if serious
oh, it's as real as it can be.

Damn, and i was so looking forward to having my own SC3.0 address, oh well, maybe he will give out SC3.0 addresses in a month or so when SC4.0 comes out :p

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February 27, 2012, 06:39:25 PM
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he is bad shit insane! i wanna see where this is going.

btw. can you point out where it is in the core bitcoin code there are the limit of 1000 coins?

The core bitcoin code only allows approximately 21,000,000 coins.

SInce Solidcoin 3.0 is worth at least 21,000 bitcoins each, obviously only 1000 can be afforded. Elemental, WOTson.

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February 27, 2012, 06:41:54 PM
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Anything below 13 quadrillions is not acceptable buddy.

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February 27, 2012, 06:48:09 PM
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he is bad shit insane! i wanna see where this is going.

btw. can you point out where it is in the core bitcoin code there are the limit of 1000 coins?

The core bitcoin code only allows approximately 21,000,000 coins.

SInce Solidcoin 3.0 is worth at least 21,000 bitcoins each, obviously only 1000 can be afforded. Elemental, WOTson.

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February 27, 2012, 07:27:27 PM
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this is getting wierd.So thanks to a 'data collector' I'm not eligible to claim SC.Oh well another reason why we should audit this code in an open source way.I was never told about this when I used SC2.

SC is starting to show it's nature.A data collecting 'thing'. Time to steer clear of this.RS,tell me why a data collector is necessary,what it's purpose is and what data is collected (in UK,all collection of data must be justified by the law and clearly visible.Time to stay with BTC) remove this data collector and open source your code, otherwise you will lose all investment and future business that I ever had (and any future business you will have) in your SC currency by moving them back to something more trustworthy like GBP,Euro,BTC or anything else that's safe (gold).


Also I have a right to see information collected about me.Don't piss off the very people you aim your currency at and want greater adoption for.



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February 27, 2012, 07:31:44 PM
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this is getting wierd.So thanks to a 'data collector' I'm not eligible to claim SC.Oh well another reason why we should audit this code in an open source way.I was never told about this when I used SC2.

SC is starting to show it's nature.A data collecting 'thing'. Time to steer clear of this.RS,tell me why a data collector is necessary,what it's purpose is and what data is collected (in UK,all collection of data must be justified by the law and clearly visible.Time to stay with BTC) remove this data collector and open source your code, otherwise you will lose all investment and future business that I ever had (and any future business you will have) in your SC currency by moving them back to something more trustworthy like GBP,Euro,BTC or anything else that's safe (gold).


Also I have a right to see information collected about me.Don't piss off the very people you aim your currency at and want greater adoption for.

You were comfortable with this sort of thing before today, what changed?

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February 27, 2012, 07:32:51 PM
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this is getting wierd.So thanks to a 'data collector' I'm not eligible to claim SC.Oh well another reason why we should audit this code in an open source way.I was never told about this when I used SC2.

SC is starting to show it's nature.A data collecting 'thing'. Time to steer clear of this.RS,tell me why a data collector is necessary,what it's purpose is and what data is collected (in UK,all collection of data must be justified by the law and clearly visible.Time to stay with BTC) remove this data collector and open source your code, otherwise you will lose all investment and future business that I ever had (and any future business you will have) in your SC currency by moving them back to something more trustworthy like GBP,Euro,BTC or anything else that's safe (gold).


Also I have a right to see information collected about me.Don't piss off the very people you aim your currency at and want greater adoption for.




Uh sorry dude, you agreed to it, and I don't have time for people with a Loyalty Rating below the minimum threshold. Go back to i0coin or whatever coin is better suitable for what you have to offer.
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this is getting wierd.So thanks to a 'data collector' I'm not eligible to claim SC.Oh well another reason why we should audit this code in an open source way.I was never told about this when I used SC2.

SC is starting to show it's nature.A data collecting 'thing'. Time to steer clear of this.RS,tell me why a data collector is necessary,what it's purpose is and what data is collected (in UK,all collection of data must be justified by the law and clearly visible.Time to stay with BTC) remove this data collector and open source your code, otherwise you will lose all investment and future business that I ever had (and any future business you will have) in your SC currency by moving them back to something more trustworthy like GBP,Euro,BTC or anything else that's safe (gold).


Also I have a right to see information collected about me.Don't piss off the very people you aim your currency at and want greater adoption for.




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February 27, 2012, 07:37:36 PM
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this is getting wierd.So thanks to a 'data collector' I'm not eligible to claim SC.Oh well another reason why we should audit this code in an open source way.I was never told about this when I used SC2.

SC is starting to show it's nature.A data collecting 'thing'. Time to steer clear of this.RS,tell me why a data collector is necessary,what it's purpose is and what data is collected (in UK,all collection of data must be justified by the law and clearly visible.Time to stay with BTC) remove this data collector and open source your code, otherwise you will lose all investment and future business that I ever had (and any future business you will have) in your SC currency by moving them back to something more trustworthy like GBP,Euro,BTC or anything else that's safe (gold).


Also I have a right to see information collected about me.Don't piss off the very people you aim your currency at and want greater adoption for.




You know that "RealSolid" is just a parody account, right?   Cool

If anything is a parody, it's Bitcoin.

It's funny how all the SC haters are trying to joke about SC, but in a couple of months they'll wish they were early adopters.  Good luck with your Loyalty Rating, mlawrence.
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