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October 28, 2014, 04:30:32 PM
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You guys see the orderbook on Trex?    I can see all the way to the highest price queued.   Great job everyone is HODLing.   Price is as high as 2 BTC.  
We believe in James!
I am learning Linux & Networking to help testing for this long project.
BTW, can anyone recommend good, free courses/books about that?
Thanks!

2003 3rd edition of "Unix Power Tools" I received it a few days ago.  I have only read 20 odd pages but now know about shells and how they communicate with the kernel.  Smiley

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October 29, 2014, 12:31:59 AM
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https://github.com/jl777/btcd

I pushed a SuperNET_mac.zip that has a standalone Mac build. It wont automatically connect to the network but should at least function and allow you to manually ping and try out API commands.

Need to unzip into your home directory and also make a SuperNET.conf file, so definitely not user friendly, but a start

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October 29, 2014, 02:23:40 AM
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I am up for accepting BTCD for this offer.  I think this is the first set of Star Wars Stormtrooper Armour to ever be offered in crypto.  Smiley

https://hashtalk.org/topic/14785/swapping-a-half-build-troopermaster-set-of-stormtrooper-armour-for-hashlets-or-bitcoin


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October 29, 2014, 03:06:07 AM
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Network weight is down to 53k again...

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October 29, 2014, 10:37:16 AM
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Network weight is down to 53k again...

Some people are just relocating their coins after stakeing

219,548 Wink

EDIT: .....and rising 254,735

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October 29, 2014, 11:51:50 AM
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Network weight is down to 53k again...

Some people are just relocating their coins after stakeing

219,548 Wink

EDIT: .....and rising 254,735

that must mean there is quite a bit moving around?

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October 29, 2014, 12:36:58 PM
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I've been noticing something over the past week or so.... really since the huge dump of last week.  The bots on bittrex are no longer walking the price up, as they were previous to the last big dump. 

Normally, if you put an order in at the top of the book, a bot would immediately drop an order above it.  After experimenting, I've found it can take a couple hours instead of a couple seconds for this to happen 

I hope this makes sense........ would anyone like to comment?  I'm curious if anyone else has noticed this Huh

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October 29, 2014, 05:11:46 PM
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The latest shift for the BitcoinDark multipool paid out over 68 BTCD.

Cheers!

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October 29, 2014, 09:56:55 PM
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Listening now Cassius..... great job so far man!  http://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/beyond-bitcoin-19-supernet

Network stake: 557,469 Shocked

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October 29, 2014, 10:07:38 PM
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Listening now Cassius..... great job so far man!  http://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/beyond-bitcoin-19-supernet

Network stake: 557,469 Shocked

Smiley I don't think there's a correlation between those 2 things
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October 29, 2014, 10:31:12 PM
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Listening now Cassius..... great job so far man!  http://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/beyond-bitcoin-19-supernet

Network stake: 557,469 Shocked

Smiley I don't think there's a correlation between those 2 things

Lol, I agree.  I've been watching the stake closely and figured it was a great opportunity to provide an update Wink.  Just like it is now.... we're all over the place with stake weight

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October 30, 2014, 11:27:46 AM
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Truly well done on "Beyond Bitcoin" Mr. Cassius Wink!!!!  If you have not listened, I urge you to do so.....

NW Stake:  177,111

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October 30, 2014, 05:06:35 PM
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cheap btcd's on trex Smiley
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October 30, 2014, 05:16:53 PM
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Hey everyone,
there's a 'working draft' of the white paper available. If you're not on Slack already, please sign up and take a look in the whitepaper channel.
I'm looking for pretty robust feedback - I want this to be as useful a document as possible. It's necessarily technical, but I don't want it to be needlessly so - whilst still explaining everything it needs to.
Keep it constructive, but I have a fairly thick skin so don't hold back.
From a marketing perspective it may make sense to have a different doc - or a series of docs - but this is a starting point for confidence in BTCD/SuperNET's tech.
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October 30, 2014, 05:31:49 PM
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Hey everyone,
there's a 'working draft' of the white paper available. If you're not on Slack already, please sign up and take a look in the whitepaper channel.
I'm looking for pretty robust feedback - I want this to be as useful a document as possible. It's necessarily technical, but I don't want it to be needlessly so - whilst still explaining everything it needs to.
Keep it constructive, but I have a fairly thick skin so don't hold back.
From a marketing perspective it may make sense to have a different doc - or a series of docs - but this is a starting point for confidence in BTCD/SuperNET's tech.

Could you post a link to slack channel?






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October 30, 2014, 05:33:46 PM
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Hey everyone,
there's a 'working draft' of the white paper available. If you're not on Slack already, please sign up and take a look in the whitepaper channel.
I'm looking for pretty robust feedback - I want this to be as useful a document as possible. It's necessarily technical, but I don't want it to be needlessly so - whilst still explaining everything it needs to.
Keep it constructive, but I have a fairly thick skin so don't hold back.
From a marketing perspective it may make sense to have a different doc - or a series of docs - but this is a starting point for confidence in BTCD/SuperNET's tech.

Could you post a link to slack channel?

https://sprnt.slack.com/messages/whitepaper/
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October 30, 2014, 05:34:30 PM
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cheap btcd's on trex Smiley
whale dumper is back, but much smaller amounts this time

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October 30, 2014, 05:35:48 PM
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Hey everyone,
there's a 'working draft' of the white paper available. If you're not on Slack already, please sign up and take a look in the whitepaper channel.
I'm looking for pretty robust feedback - I want this to be as useful a document as possible. It's necessarily technical, but I don't want it to be needlessly so - whilst still explaining everything it needs to.
Keep it constructive, but I have a fairly thick skin so don't hold back.
From a marketing perspective it may make sense to have a different doc - or a series of docs - but this is a starting point for confidence in BTCD/SuperNET's tech.

Could you post a link to slack channel?

https://sprnt.slack.com/messages/whitepaper/
If you need an invite to slack, just PM me your email address

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October 30, 2014, 06:01:42 PM
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I'm also wondering whether going open source is a good idea or not. If a clone platform comes out where fees are half the price, won't ordinary everyday users who want things like cloud storage just go with the cheapest option? This isn't like Bitcoin, since the value of this platform is derived from the services not from a currency... I therefore anticipate clones to be more damaging than ordinary coin clones.

Wonder what James thinks about this.  In my opinion, I really like the openness of SuperNET.  That's really the way it should be in the crypto world.

In my opinion it would be insane to give code to scammers to copy. As we all see James working hard weeks and source have to be closed at least 3-6 months.
Can somebody tell me who first announced and create principles SuperNet(or whatever you want name it) network and how it will work ?
Soon it turned out that the same idea has been copied ( probably someone will say that was a coincidence /for sure in an environment where 99,9 percent ideas are copied )
Certainly they have a spy close to James or they want him to be closer
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I'm also wondering whether going open source is a good idea or not. If a clone platform comes out where fees are half the price, won't ordinary everyday users who want things like cloud storage just go with the cheapest option? This isn't like Bitcoin, since the value of this platform is derived from the services not from a currency... I therefore anticipate clones to be more damaging than ordinary coin clones.

Wonder what James thinks about this.  In my opinion, I really like the openness of SuperNET.  That's really the way it should be in the crypto world.

In my opinion it would be insane to give code to scammers to copy. As we all see James working hard weeks and source have to be closed at least 3-6 months.
Can somebody tell me who first announced and create principles SuperNet(or whatever you want name it) network and how it will work ?
Soon it turned out that the same idea has been copied ( probably someone will say that was a coincidence /for sure in an environment where 99,9 percent ideas are copied )
Certainly they have a spy close to James or they want him to be closer
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Internet of coins published a similar concept a couple weeks before I announced SuperNET, but their solution wasnt described and it turned out to be a totally different approach.

After getting 5700+ BTC and almost 1000 different investors and about 6 weeks later, we are seeing projects with similar approaches to SuperNET or at least in the same space.

I have opened sourced even my active dev branch. https://github.com/jl777, so no need to infiltrate a spy, just follow my commits.

If there are any clone devs who are able to keep up with me, I want to hire them! A privacy solution that is closed source is DOA in my opinion. Any single subtle bug and all the anonymity is gone. Even Tor, which is a significant project, is always getting this attack or that. Imagine a closed source project, anything would be possible. So, any anon tech that is not open source, I recommend to avoid.

Now, if anybody wants to use a clone of BTCD with a clone of SuperNET using a clone of NXT using a clone of the SuperNET GUI, instead of the original, well, why would they? What happens if there is a bug due to a mistake in the cloning or some subtle algo problem that requires the original author to fix it? it is quite likely that if any significant part of the total solution is changed, nothing will work.

I dont think you realize how difficult it is to get a stable system as complex as what I am building. Even timing dependencies are important. It is like taking the engine and transmission from one car and just expecting to pop it into another. will it work? probably to some degree. will it perform at maximum levels where the wind resistance is tuned along with using the heat output to recharge the batteries to give extra battery voltage, which allows some extra feature, which is needed for another, etc.

Since I am coding and coding and not spending the time to document the specific reasoning for all the choices, that means just cut and paste will make, another SuperNET node!

Now LTC has maintained 1/100 to 1/30'th of BTC value and this is probably about right for a clone. With SuperNET worth several million, that means a clone will be worth less than $100K
It takes a lot more than 1000 hours to create something like BTCD + SuperNET.

Also, the 5700 BTC gives some protection to SuperNET and thus BTCD as without it, I just dont see getting many coins to cooperate. Without significant funding, there is no "glue" to bind together a supernetwork and after the blocknet result, I doubt any clone scammer will be able raise any significant amount of funding.

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