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April 03, 2015, 05:12:14 PM
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I have a question.
Is the BTCD Wallet from the OP the most recent one or is there another one?

I just downloaded and installed the BTCD Wallet from the OP but it seems to be an ordinary old style wallet which is fine for the moment because I only need it to finnaly get my coins from the exchange.

However shouldn't there be traces from SuperNET in there or do I have to download something else for SuperNET or is this SuperNET thing all still no where from a working build?
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April 03, 2015, 06:27:28 PM
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nevermind I found the answers
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April 04, 2015, 02:50:22 AM
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Just to be clear... seeing as you, Mr. Tool Bag, did indeed run straight to the mod crying wolf, here is the exact post you keep referring to:

You know what, time for a slight policy change:

After consulting and discussing with BadBear, I've decided that it's time to let people discuss a bit more freely about services. Although BadBear's earlier posts hinted that service posts are a "no go" on most cases, after contacting him a couple of days ago, I believe he has changed his thinking, possibly due to the community's opinion and suggestions (told you it would help Grin).

As per this shift, the following type of posts are now allowed in coin threads:

  • Posts about block explorers. ("Here is a new block explorer for this coin" type posts)
  • If a service comes up in a disussion and directly related to the coin, it's allowed
  • "We're up" messages for pools (if it's only once per thread)
  • "This exchange added coin" type posts for exchanges (again, if it's only once per thread)

However, said rules only apply to those posts that ARE NOT large, distracting with images, or markup codes (lots of bold and colors) and other traits of an advertisement. If a post is considered an advertisement will be determined on case by case basis.

Post your suggestions and opinions regarding this rule and how it should be improved and it might get implemented.

I bolded the single point that makes your continuous crusade against crackfoo pointless... all users that spoke up about xpool in this thread except you have asked for it to continue, the developer of BTCD and James have both expressed their support and even requested the posts of the stats related to this coin continue. In other words... THE SERVICE HAS BEEN DISCUSSED IN THIS THREAD AND THE USER RELATED TO THE SERVICE HAS BEEN REQUESTED BY THE CREATOR OF THIS THREAD AND THE PEOPLE SUPPORTING THIS COIN TO CONTINUE POSTING THIS INFORMATION.

As far as mprep deciding to delete posts, without taking the weight of the forum users requests into the equation, his choice is neglectful and heavy handed at best. I implore the mod to instead, respond in this thread with an example of what they deem an acceptable post so crackfoo can continue to put relative information here.

Now sod off and tell mommy I said you could have another juice to get over yourself.

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April 04, 2015, 03:26:27 AM
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The latest shift for the Xpool Multipool paid out over 67+ BTCD.

Cheers!

www.xpool.ca

Thanks for the update.
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April 04, 2015, 05:18:23 PM
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when is he going to finish somthing? finish somthing for once!!
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April 04, 2015, 09:21:13 PM
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when is he going to finish somthing? finish somthing for once!!

People are playing P&D with btcd again and you get mad ? If you would have researched Supernet then you would know that its working.. the problems are that you need  lots of background knowledge about how to compile it and lets not forget how to use it right.


It is a fair criticism that I have not finished as much as I would have liked. At this point, ramchains and realtime MGW are in maintenance mode and InstantDEX is getting very close to this.

I am working toward real world usage and actual privacy, not for making a release just to make a release. I have received some feedbacks, especially about the security side of things and this has caused a necessary delay on the privacy side of things, plus the whole exchange hacks have prioritized InstantDEX to be completed first. Good news is that this is nearly done (both my code, GUI and even Windows build).

I can only work 18 hrs per day (and I am), so if you cant wait any longer I understand if you have to sell.

James

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100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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April 05, 2015, 11:30:23 AM
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when is he going to finish somthing? finish somthing for once!!

If you had put the time and effort into investigating wht is going on behind the scenes you would not ask such a question imo.
I feel you are not in for the long run, just to make a quick buck on a trade.
I for one have huge respect for james and his work and seeing the enormous amount of work and effort he is putting into superNET/BTCD I just know it is worth the wait.

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April 06, 2015, 11:16:47 AM
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BitcoinDark Slack Logs (4/1-4/6)

jl777 (sprnt)BOT 1:53 PM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=684090.msg10955442#msg10955442
[ANN] BitcoinDark (BTCD)--Teleport/Telepathy/Ramchains/SuperNET Core
1:53 InstantDEX approaching finish line. I just need to debug the recursive ordermatch
we also have a test team for the API level
and Windows build is almost working
crackers (sprnt)BOT 2:09 PM
thanks! this is all so ridicules. he's just a trolling toddler
so annoying
jahl (sprnt)BOT 2:09 PM
my +1 got deleted :confused:
criptix (sprnt)BOT 10:18 PM
much action at bittrex on the sellside :simple_smile:
pondsea (sprnt)BOT 10:21 PM
36btc to 0.005 :smile:
azeh 11:25 PM
Btctalk mod is deleting normal posts now :astonished:  Btctalk is down for me at the moment, anyone else?
fsb4000 (sprnt)BOT 11:41 PM
yes. down for me too
daiboycookie 6:49 AM
yep down for me also, luckily we have  SLACK :simple_smile:
5000bitcoins (sprnt)BOT 10:13 AM
yeah Azeh, I saw you guys had some problems with a BTCT member trying 2 be police of some sorts
crackers (sprnt)BOT 10:29 AM
yeah, buddy it just being an ass in several threads
troll
crackers (sprnt)BOT 10:36 AM
FYI: www.xpool.ca facelift promo, 50% off fee's all easter weekend! Cheers!
crackers (sprnt)BOT 1:13 PM
payouts will be out a little later (holiday here so being lazy), but if someone wanted “ask” what they were, I’ll reply with the results. Seems to be the only way the mods will let it happen, is if someone asks… though they said, link them to my thread.
apex944 (sprnt)BOT 5:28 PM
http://explorebtcd.info/bitcoindark-btcd-rich-list-top-500/  Does not update every 5 minutes as is says.
ExploreBTCD
BitcoinDark (BTCD) Rich List - Top 500 - ExploreBTCD
BTCD Rich List updates every 5 minutes. The addresses are linked to ExploreBTCD blockchain explorer and will display the detailed information about the address. Enjoy the Rich List. 1) RGYrjueJsZpcowGyGffwg41REJXdavNNMX 41351.94734143 BTCD 2) RGgbJiV2Hs8eWJbZmZ3hZLS8sSzFA7tYNu 39085.0483328 BTCD 3) RA7FDvaNFXZNLqosSbCWFbypuvijJNQw5J 37608.43294788 BTCD 4) RQ5zLFGwZGhTKbANAbCHaAP1ghZWnv6wKE 34401.05203218 BTCD 5) RT9obeyoapYL1kzZdrBKTtJvasTJoDTiwA 28137.97612319 BTCD 6) RFzJFDXULPvy7y6xfChUUorieYnr2c81HX Show more...
I dont care just letting whomever runs this know that it's at least a day off
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 5:36 PM
Well that didn't last long
What else is new...
neal (sprnt)BOT 3:39 AM
Hi. Has anyone got simple instructions on how to build bitcoindark-qt in Ubuntu?
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 3:41 AM
@neal: https://sprnt.slack.com/files/js.galt/F042081UG/how_to_install_btcd_qt_wallet_on_ubuntu
neal (sprnt)BOT 3:42 AM
Cool. Trying it now. Will update in about 15 mins when it's made! :simple_smile:
Happy Easter @lemonhead
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 3:44 AM
:simple_smile: to you too
neal (sprnt)BOT 3:46 AM
@lemonhead: qmake gave me this message:
Project MESSAGE: Building with UPNP support
Project MESSAGE: Building with UPNP supportProject MESSAGE: Building with DBUS (Freedesktop notifications) supportRemoved plural forms as the target language has less forms.
If this sounds wrong, possibly the target language is not set or recognized.
Removed plural forms as the target language has less forms.
If this sounds wrong, possibly the target language is not set or recognized.
Removed plural forms as the target language has less forms.
If this sounds wrong, possibly the target language is not set or recognized.
Removed plural forms as the target language has less forms.
If this sounds wrong, possibly the target language is not set or recognized.
Removed plural forms as the target language has less forms.
If this sounds wrong, possibly the target language is not set or recognized.
I had a previous jl777 version installed, so it might be leftover code from that
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 3:46 AM
did you make sudo apt-get install qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-thread-dev libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev
neal (sprnt)BOT 3:47 AM
Yup. All dependencies are installed from when I messed around with James' version.
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 3:47 AM
hmm sorry cant help you with that
neal (sprnt)BOT 3:47 AM
I deleted James' version because I just want a basic QT wallet, not a test version.
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 3:47 AM
dont have time now :simple_smile:
neal (sprnt)BOT 3:47 AM No probs, see you later.

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April 06, 2015, 04:36:42 PM
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Good news!

Coinomat has integrated BitcoinDark.  Smiley

https://beta.coinomat.com/news/en/18/

BitcoinDark: RPHWc5CwP9YMMbvXQ4oXz5rQHb3pKkhaxc
Top Donations: juicybirds 420BTCD ensorcell 84BTCD Stuntruffle: 40BTCD
Top April Donations: juicybirds 420BTCD; ensorcell: 42BTCD
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April 06, 2015, 04:43:45 PM
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Another good argument to increase my BTCD stake  Cool

Good news!

Coinomat has integrated BitcoinDark.  Smiley

https://beta.coinomat.com/news/en/18/
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April 06, 2015, 07:39:15 PM
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from $15 to $1.12 a coin, i already told you all about this  Grin

i scam no one and the scammers don't like me. trade with caution? i don't do trade on bitcointalk and don't ask about it. ark.io
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April 06, 2015, 07:42:32 PM
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It seems some fudders have returned.

We must be doing something right!


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Top Donations: juicybirds 420BTCD ensorcell 84BTCD Stuntruffle: 40BTCD
Top April Donations: juicybirds 420BTCD; ensorcell: 42BTCD
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April 07, 2015, 08:54:44 AM
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BitcoinDARK is integrated in Coinomat platform. You can exchange it instantly to and from all the cryptocurrencies we support, withdraw it to any bank card or bank account.
All crypto exchanges are instant. Withdrawal to bank card takes about 2 business days.

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April 07, 2015, 10:11:32 AM
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InstantDEX update from James(jl777):

"released a pretty function InstantDEX API today, sleuth is close to a GUI release
barring bugs, it will allow for trading tests, including assetA/assetB combined orderbooks, either via direct InstantDEX quotes or hybrid orderbooks that combine two orderbooks
also found and fixed a few BTC specific realtime MGW issues
windows version of SuperNET is in testing, maybe a few more bugs, but I think we are close to where people can test trade and we can iterate a few versions with bug fixes
while the test cycle is going,
we also have Phasing on NXT testnet and we can incorporate that so exact dates are hard to estimate, but not so many issues left for InstantDEX to start small scale volumes and we can ramp things up as it proves itself to handle loads"

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April 07, 2015, 02:50:56 PM
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This Weeks (4/7) BitcoinDark Blog: Bitcoin over Tor, or BitcoinDark?

http://bitcoindark.pw/bitcoin-over-tor-or-bitcoindark


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April 07, 2015, 06:26:11 PM
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Windows testing of InstantDEX is going well!  Shocked Shocked

I have worked hard these past months to get this thing going. By removing the need to compile BitcoinDark-qt.exe on Windows and instead moving to a cross-compilation script using mxe on Linux, I can honestly say BTCD is the easiest coin to compile for Windows!

In our slack channel, we have been getting some testers.

kitchentable is one such tester, and ran BitcoinDark alongside cryptosleuth and eths' beta GUI. He has been able to view propagated orders just fine.

Call for testers! If you have a Windows 64-bit machine, you can test! It's still buggy, but we are getting very close to finishing this thing!

Please join slack if you haven't already. PM noashh.

Matthew

BitcoinDark: RPHWc5CwP9YMMbvXQ4oXz5rQHb3pKkhaxc
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Top April Donations: juicybirds 420BTCD; ensorcell: 42BTCD
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April 08, 2015, 03:47:17 AM
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Hi everyone,

I would like to announce bitcoindark's newest gaming site:

bitcoindarkdice.net

I have had some more players lately! I will increase the bet limit soon.

Please have fun and play responsibly!
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April 08, 2015, 04:34:14 PM
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There's really nice support building on Bittrex atm! Things are looking up in the BTCD sphere; I'm excited to see how things progress..... Smiley


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April 08, 2015, 05:27:56 PM
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There's really nice support building on Bittrex atm! Things are looking up in the BTCD sphere; I'm excited to see how things progress..... Smiley


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Converted most XMR and DASH I had to BTCD.  If devs make it, BTCD gonna make them look like toys.

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April 09, 2015, 06:30:19 AM
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There's really nice support building on Bittrex atm! Things are looking up in the BTCD sphere; I'm excited to see how things progress..... Smiley


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Converted most XMR and DASH I had to BTCD.  If devs make it, BTCD gonna make them look like toys.



Need a spur of the moment temporary pow , just to throw something different in the mix . something no other coin does . That would be wicked . I think it would be the wow factor of coins and gain more interest , possibly even boost it .


I have followed btcd for a long time , just after I missed the pow stage . And I have liked it every since I first saw it . It is one of my top 5 favs in crypto .

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