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December 01, 2014, 12:45:49 PM
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entered this (at yesterday's prices)  love terminology: teleport/telepathy it is fun I am sure useful too will be once supernet expands and it will, thank you all who advised
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December 01, 2014, 01:31:02 PM
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Hi everyone.

I just noticed that Genesis Mining has added BitcoinDark to the list of coins that you can mine with them.

They are doing a Cyber Monday deal as well for the next 22 hours or so, so you get 10% off SHA 256 contracts.

Ian

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December 01, 2014, 01:44:03 PM
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SPAM,

There's no btcd in their list. If you want to earn BitcoinDark, mine on the official multipool.

www.bitcoindark.ca

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SPAM,

There's no btcd in their list. If you want to earn BitcoinDark, mine on the official multipool.

www.bitcoindark.ca

Sorry, was not spamming. I noticed it on the mining interface today.

Here is a youtube video I just did about it. http://youtu.be/nwB48rHJeko

But it is there on my interface, they added it a few hours ago

I am trying to find out from them now how they are mining it as POW as ended. Perhaps they are using the Multipool now, I am going to find out anyway and post back here.

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December 01, 2014, 02:33:11 PM
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Reading the OP I really don't get how anonymity is achieved. Could someone explain it in a simple way?
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December 01, 2014, 02:44:24 PM
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SPAM,

There's no btcd in their list. If you want to earn BitcoinDark, mine on the official multipool.

www.bitcoindark.ca

Sorry, was not spamming. I noticed it on the mining interface today.

Here is a youtube video I just did about it. http://youtu.be/nwB48rHJeko

But it is there on my interface, they added it a few hours ago

I am trying to find out from them now how they are mining it as POW as ended. Perhaps they are using the Multipool now, I am going to find out anyway and post back here.

Ok. it's not listed anywhere on their public facing pages... Would be interesting to know.

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December 01, 2014, 02:49:29 PM
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SPAM,

There's no btcd in their list. If you want to earn BitcoinDark, mine on the official multipool.

www.bitcoindark.ca

Sorry, was not spamming. I noticed it on the mining interface today.

Here is a youtube video I just did about it. http://youtu.be/nwB48rHJeko

But it is there on my interface, they added it a few hours ago

I am trying to find out from them now how they are mining it as POW as ended. Perhaps they are using the Multipool now, I am going to find out anyway and post back here.

Ok. it's not listed anywhere on their public facing pages... Would be interesting to know.

The BitcoinDark Multipool is listed on the first page. The link is under the large graphic that say 'mulitpools' and which is located just under the exchange links which are under the wallet links

http://www.bitcoindark.ca/

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December 01, 2014, 02:51:16 PM
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SPAM,

There's no btcd in their list. If you want to earn BitcoinDark, mine on the official multipool.

www.bitcoindark.ca

Sorry, was not spamming. I noticed it on the mining interface today.

Here is a youtube video I just did about it. http://youtu.be/nwB48rHJeko

But it is there on my interface, they added it a few hours ago

I am trying to find out from them now how they are mining it as POW as ended. Perhaps they are using the Multipool now, I am going to find out anyway and post back here.

Ok. it's not listed anywhere on their public facing pages... Would be interesting to know.

The BitcoinDark Multipool is listed on the first page. The link is under the large graphic that say 'mulitpools' and which is located just under the exchange links which are under the wallet links

http://www.bitcoindark.ca/



I think Crackfoo was referring to the info regarding Genesis Mining and BTCDrk. I am trying to find out myself

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December 01, 2014, 06:44:32 PM
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The latest shift for the BitcoinDark multipool paid out over 106 BTCD.

We need to have some more mining support over here at this pool. It's slowly picking up a little though. Prices are starting to climb so this is a good reason to point more hash at the pool. These prices won't last for much longer as BTCD and SuperNET are nearing their v1 release.

Cheers!

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December 01, 2014, 06:50:26 PM
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Reading the OP I really don't get how anonymity is achieved. Could someone explain it in a simple way?
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/18167/what-is-the-supernet-jl777s-vision/

halfway into the article there are links to Telepathy and Teleport papers

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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December 01, 2014, 07:53:59 PM
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Hi Everyone,

BTCD will play a big part in superNET and we're gearing up for v1 launch.

Currently more API level testers are needed for finding bugs.

No techie skills required, just use of the command line.

Bounty rewards available for each bug found.

PM me if you are interested! #smash them bugs
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December 01, 2014, 09:35:45 PM
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Reading the OP I really don't get how anonymity is achieved. Could someone explain it in a simple way?

Make a bunch of paper wallet for Bitcoin. 0.05 BTC, 0.1, 1, etc, like cash. Now go to a club, get drunk and use them as a medium of exchange for drinks and whatever else you want to buy under cover of darkness, where dozens of other people are doing the same, some with paper wallets you have paid them, some with standard denomination wallets of their own. Make sure the wallets are passed around lots of times.

The morning after, see if you can figure out who owns all the Bitcoins now, and what they've bought with them.

It's a bit like that, only more complicated, and the club is really a big p2p network that does things that shouldn't be allowed under the normal rules of the universe.
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December 01, 2014, 09:45:08 PM
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It's a bit like that, only more complicated, and the club is really a big p2p network that does things that shouldn't be allowed under the normal rules of the universe.

what kind of rules are being broken?






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December 01, 2014, 09:55:44 PM
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It's a bit like that, only more complicated, and the club is really a big p2p network that does things that shouldn't be allowed under the normal rules of the universe.

what kind of rules are being broken?

Intuitively you shouldn't be able to communicate with someone without knowing their IP address.
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December 02, 2014, 03:05:15 AM
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I got distracted with a financing deal today, but I am still on track to get MGW withdraw done and maybe even multisig address generation.

making multisig telepods hurt my brain though, didnt quite work...

Anyway, if you are whale type guy, I might have some assets available at ground floor pricing, but only for 5 BTC+. You will get it at the same price as SuperNET will pay for it

James

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
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December 02, 2014, 08:08:57 AM
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Regarding GM and Bitcoindark, they got back to me and have changed the text on the interface to read BTCD (AUTO)
The webdeveloper had forget to add the (AUTO) when they had put it up on the interface.

Auto means, they will mine other SHA256 coins and then give you a payout in BTCD.

Hope that helps some of you as I could not not work out how they were mining BTCD, if POW had ended.

Cheers

Ian

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December 02, 2014, 03:20:44 PM
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first thanks for your work.. have a problem.. and asking if you know why BTCD wallet on Cryptsy is stuck on withdrawal (pending state for over one day now...) contacted their support promise of resolution but nothing so far... but maybe you have experienced the same thing

thanks so much and will vote for above as well, find supernet very futuristic concept.. hopefully also charitycoin can be somehow resurrected in all of this... a very important coin/concept

thank you!
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December 02, 2014, 03:43:08 PM
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first thanks for your work.. have a problem.. and asking if you know why BTCD wallet on Cryptsy is stuck on withdrawal (pending state for over one day now...) contacted their support promise of resolution but nothing so far... but maybe you have experienced the same thing

thanks so much and will vote for above as well, find supernet very futuristic concept.. hopefully also charitycoin can be somehow resurrected in all of this... a very important coin/concept

thank you!

It's been said before, don't use Cryptsy. They are not willing to process withdraws for BTCD. I've had this issue months ago, and as a test, tried them again last week and they STILL do not process withdraws. Occasionally they will, but as of late they are not. So stay away from Cryptsy.

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December 02, 2014, 03:52:08 PM
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first thanks for your work.. have a problem.. and asking if you know why BTCD wallet on Cryptsy is stuck on withdrawal (pending state for over one day now...) contacted their support promise of resolution but nothing so far... but maybe you have experienced the same thing

thanks so much and will vote for above as well, find supernet very futuristic concept.. hopefully also charitycoin can be somehow resurrected in all of this... a very important coin/concept

thank you!

It's been said before, don't use Cryptsy. They are not willing to process withdraws for BTCD. I've had this issue months ago, and as a test, tried them again last week and they STILL do not process withdraws. Occasionally they will, but as of late they are not. So stay away from Cryptsy.

now the reason why ? very strange
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December 02, 2014, 04:11:06 PM
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I got distracted with a financing deal today, but I am still on track to get MGW withdraw done and maybe even multisig address generation.

making multisig telepods hurt my brain though, didnt quite work...

Anyway, if you are whale type guy, I might have some assets available at ground floor pricing, but only for 5 BTC+. You will get it at the same price as SuperNET will pay for it

James

which kind of assets?
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