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March 11, 2016, 08:42:52 PM
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Sometime I thing about, what could be created when Satoshi, JL777, come-from-beyond, Vitalik Buterin and maybe two or three other great devs from the crypto currency scene would work together  Huh It would be something amazing great  Wink

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"I dont know enough about what is impossible, I just work backwards from what I want and keep at it till it works"

Taken from some dude claiming to be a simple C programmer.....think his name is James or John or 777 something or other.  Anyone heard of him? Cheesy


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March 11, 2016, 08:51:21 PM
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I assume that these people are not the same person. Otherwise, my thinking would not make any sense. If these people would work together then we would see a great product that could change the world. This is what I wanted to say.

Sometime I thing about, what could be created when Satoshi, JL777, come-from-beyond, Vitalik Buterin and maybe two or three other great devs from the crypto currency scene would work together  Huh It would be something amazing great  Wink

Quote of the day....

"I dont know enough about what is impossible, I just work backwards from what I want and keep at it till it works"

Taken from some dude claiming to be a simple C programmer.....think his name is James or John or 777 something or other.  Anyone heard of him? Cheesy


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March 12, 2016, 11:22:16 PM
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I have no idea what really happened but almost half of my BTCD went to another address which does not appear in my "Receive coins" address list

In coin control I can see all of my coins in two addresses while I only had them in one address. The new address is labeled as "(change)"

Why did that happen?
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March 13, 2016, 01:23:36 PM
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Did you leave you wallet completely unlocked (not staking) for a long period of time? At one time I thought I had received a bunch of BTCD for no reason but as it turns out after the blockchain reloaded I had my normal balance. You should try to restart your wallet and if this does not work then you must reload the whole BTCD database. You can do this the hard way by deleting everything in the AppData folder (Windows) except Wallet.dat and maybe BitcoinDark.conf (if you have it or you can rename it for testing)and letting the database load forever... Or you can use cryptochainer.com to download the whole database. Also I think I closed out of my wallet and rebooted my PC.

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March 13, 2016, 01:44:04 PM
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have you seen that?

https://www.cryptsy.com/cryptsyrecoverybountyfinal.pdf
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March 13, 2016, 03:18:21 PM
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Did you leave you wallet completely unlocked (not staking) for a long period of time? At one time I thought I had received a bunch of BTCD for no reason but as it turns out after the blockchain reloaded I had my normal balance. You should try to restart your wallet and if this does not work then you must reload the whole BTCD database. You can do this the hard way by deleting everything in the AppData folder (Windows) except Wallet.dat and maybe BitcoinDark.conf (if you have it or you can rename it for testing)and letting the database load forever... Or you can use cryptochainer.com to download the whole database. Also I think I closed out of my wallet and rebooted my PC.

Even in block explorer it shows I have two addresses. It's not only my wallet displaying it.
I have realized it yesterday as I saw myself out of the rich list Cheesy
No, I left it completely unlocked for less than an hour as I sent some coins to bittrex 3-4 days ago.
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March 13, 2016, 06:09:54 PM
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That is interesting if you tried all of my steps then you should also scan your PC for viruses and malware (Windows/Mac) just to see that your wallet was attacked. If this is the case then this is a real eye opener Shocked

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March 13, 2016, 06:56:08 PM
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After seeing this it makes me wonder if this is the guy who actually hacked the site and stole the BTC. Now ala CryptoLock (a malicious virus that encrypts everything on your PC) for BTC this guy is asking for a cut of it. Or maybe this is just an excuse to get users to flock back to Vern's zombie exchange.

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After seeing this it makes me wonder if this is the guy who actually hacked the site and stole the BTC. Now ala CryptoLock (a malicious virus that encrypts everything on your PC) for BTC this guy is asking for a cut of it. Or maybe this is just an excuse to get users to flock back to Vern's zombie exchange.

I also thought it's something made by P.V.
It might be P.V. who is afraid and wants to return the coins and keep a percentage for himself or Cryptracker is the "thief" and is afraid and wants to return the coins and keep a percentage for himself.

As far as I know coins cannot be returned.
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March 13, 2016, 11:22:13 PM
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That is interesting if you tried all of my steps then you should also scan your PC for viruses and malware (Windows/Mac) just to see that your wallet was attacked. If this is the case then this is a real eye opener Shocked

I found it. It's normal.

https://www.bitcoinarmory.com/faq/#why-is-there-a--change-received--address-listed-in-my-wallet
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March 14, 2016, 04:25:43 PM
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Did you leave you wallet completely unlocked (not staking) for a long period of time? At one time I thought I had received a bunch of BTCD for no reason but as it turns out after the blockchain reloaded I had my normal balance. You should try to restart your wallet and if this does not work then you must reload the whole BTCD database. You can do this the hard way by deleting everything in the AppData folder (Windows) except Wallet.dat and maybe BitcoinDark.conf (if you have it or you can rename it for testing)and letting the database load forever... Or you can use cryptochainer.com to download the whole database. Also I think I closed out of my wallet and rebooted my PC.

Even in block explorer it shows I have two addresses. It's not only my wallet displaying it.
I have realized it yesterday as I saw myself out of the rich list Cheesy
No, I left it completely unlocked for less than an hour as I sent some coins to bittrex 3-4 days ago.

That's probably why. Look at the transaction of your spend. It finds input's that meet or exceeded your tx amount, sends the correct amount to the recipient and the remainder to a "change" address in your wallet.

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March 16, 2016, 06:51:08 PM
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Week 42: 19 BTCD have been paid to 661 unique BitcoinDark addresses for successfully staking blocks 995719-1006638

Thanks for staking and supporting the BitcoinDark network.  We've hit milestone of 1 million blocks this week.  On top of that BTCD is finally getting the attention that it deserves. A special thanks to James, and all the Iguana devs for all their hard work and also, MMBTCD for the continued support and payouts to BTCD stakers!  Good things are coming to BTCD hodlers!

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March 16, 2016, 06:56:40 PM
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Wow, 100 btc buy order at 0.0025 for btcd on bittrex
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March 16, 2016, 08:33:03 PM
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How many BTCD's are there around? Still 1.2mil?

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March 16, 2016, 08:42:39 PM
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How many BTCD's are there around? Still 1.2mil?

1,256,881 BTCD according to coinmarketcap

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March 17, 2016, 05:25:00 PM
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Does anyone know if there is a problem with the following block explorer:

http://explorebtcd.info/

It is showing me the incorrect balance for an address - the balance shown on the explorer is significantly more than has been sent to the address in question.
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March 18, 2016, 01:03:37 AM
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How many BTCD's are there around? Still 1.2mil?

1,256,881 BTCD according to coinmarketcap

Cheers Jon  Wink

Is that also the max supply?
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March 18, 2016, 01:55:36 AM
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How many BTCD's are there around? Still 1.2mil?

1,256,881 BTCD according to coinmarketcap

Cheers Jon  Wink

Is that also the max supply?

Staking 5% a year for 30 years or something like that.





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March 18, 2016, 09:10:51 AM
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How many BTCD's are there around? Still 1.2mil?

1,256,881 BTCD according to coinmarketcap

Cheers Jon  Wink

Is that also the max supply?


Max should be 22millions, it should take >50 years to stake it all

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Does the staking period of 5% end, since there is a maximum of 22 million BTCD ? What happens after staking period of 5 % ends?
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