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August 01, 2014, 09:26:33 AM
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interesting coin ..  Cheesy Cheesy
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August 01, 2014, 09:27:06 AM
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strap your seatbelts boys!!  Grin Grin Grin


Some resistance at 30ksat but I am confident we will choo choo past it soon with this huge volume. Well done everybody and lets keep buying more on dips

I agree, progress has been super steady
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August 01, 2014, 09:28:27 AM
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what's happened,seems like SDC will to da moon!
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August 01, 2014, 09:37:52 AM
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Anyone know what's up with minerpools.com?

Can't withdraw my coins. Says they're having "issues with their backend"?

Anyone?

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August 01, 2014, 09:47:15 AM
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we are #2 in vol now Smiley retweet please https://twitter.com/gouda_coin/status/495142893175455744

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August 01, 2014, 09:48:27 AM
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Anyone know what's up with minerpools.com?

Can't withdraw my coins. Says they're having "issues with their backend"?

Anyone?

#pool.mn go to their irc channel for help

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August 01, 2014, 09:56:10 AM
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Anyone know what's up with minerpools.com?

Can't withdraw my coins. Says they're having "issues with their backend"?

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#pool.mn go to their irc channel for help

Yeah I did, no response there.

I'm sure they'll get is sorted soon =)

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August 01, 2014, 10:03:41 AM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises?
Any hidden problems -
premines?
instamines?
well distributed? is there a rich list?
buggy code?
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles?
dev complacency?
missed deadlines?
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins?
Anything to worry about?

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out?
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August 01, 2014, 10:38:08 AM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises?
Any hidden problems -
premines?
instamines?
well distributed? is there a rich list?
buggy code?
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles?
dev complacency?
missed deadlines?
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins?
Anything to worry about?

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out?

You really expect someone just just write a fucking essay so you don't have to read the past pages?

The fucking nerve of some people is insane.  Put your big-boy pants on and do some reading.
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August 01, 2014, 10:46:28 AM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises?
Any hidden problems -
premines? No.
instamines? No.
well distributed? is there a rich list? Not sure. There can be one.
buggy code? No.
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles? Yes, they seem professional.
dev complacency? They're active, nothing bad so far.
missed deadlines? No.
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins? Google "Satoshi Nakamoto"
Anything to worry about? Yes. Not buying under 10k

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out? They're rolling out something. Not sure what or when

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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August 01, 2014, 10:48:54 AM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises? No promises only features delivered. Its been very proffesional.
Any hidden problems - no
premines? No.
instamines? No.
well distributed? is there a rich list? Not sure. There can be one.
buggy code? No.
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles? Yes, they seem professional.
dev complacency? They're active, nothing bad so far.
missed deadlines? No.
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins? Google "Satoshi Nakamoto"
Anything to worry about? Yes. Not buying under 10k

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out? They're rolling out something. Not sure what or when
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August 01, 2014, 11:47:32 AM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises?
Any hidden problems -
premines?
instamines?
well distributed? is there a rich list?
buggy code?
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles?
dev complacency?
missed deadlines?
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins?
Anything to worry about?

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out?

You really expect someone just just write a fucking essay so you don't have to read the past pages?

The fucking nerve of some people is insane.  Put your big-boy pants on and do some reading.

Too many coins to track - and so many of them are scams. Seems practical and cost-effective to simply ask those who already know the answers. And if the answers seem promising then it's worth more research.
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August 01, 2014, 11:49:29 AM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises? No promises only features delivered. Its been very proffessional.
Any hidden problems - no
premines? No.
instamines? No.
well distributed? is there a rich list? Not sure. There can be one.
buggy code? No.
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles? Yes, they seem professional.
dev complacency? They're active, nothing bad so far.
missed deadlines? No.
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins? Google "Satoshi Nakamoto"
Anything to worry about? Yes. Not buying under 10k

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out? They're rolling out something. Not sure what or when

Edited, lol Tongue

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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August 01, 2014, 12:42:31 PM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises?
Any hidden problems -
premines?
instamines?
well distributed? is there a rich list?
buggy code?
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles?
dev complacency?
missed deadlines?
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins?
Anything to worry about?

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out?

You really expect someone just just write a fucking essay so you don't have to read the past pages?

The fucking nerve of some people is insane.  Put your big-boy pants on and do some reading.

Too many coins to track - and so many of them are scams. Seems practical and cost-effective to simply ask those who already know the answers. And if the answers seem promising then it's worth more research.

Well you're bound to fail if you dont simply follow "DYOR".

Think about this; With all the recent scam coins with people more cautious than ever, and SDC is consistently rising? Yea, that should be your answer. But seriously, always DYOR..and by DYOR i dont mean ask for  someone summarize everything for you in one post.
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August 01, 2014, 01:34:55 PM
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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August 01, 2014, 01:58:33 PM
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Market cap 900k $ now, big like for new coin, I want to buy, waiting for corretion next days to cap below 0.5m, maybe lower Smiley
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August 01, 2014, 02:14:33 PM
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I did a little research on the p2p EM system that Shadowcoin has implemented, because if was thinking of investing. I will not invest because:

It seems that it is not that new, and was already implemented in Cinnicoin, before it was implemented in Shadowcoin. Take a look at this screenshot, you can see it uses the same commands and same type of interface:



Also the whitepaper has many parts literally copied from the Cinnicoin whitepaper, look at the parts about encryption and decryption and the references (which they scrambled):

Cinnicoin: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10793660/wp.pdf

Shadowcoin (whitepaper in OP):
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=700087.0

See for yourself if you want to do something with this or not, but I am not investing in a copycat coin.
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August 01, 2014, 02:24:02 PM
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fud

Cinni's EM was not instant p2p.  What ShadowCoin has now is not equivalent to Cinni's EM, but far superior.  
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August 01, 2014, 02:30:50 PM
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fud

Cinni's EM was not instant p2p.  What ShadowCoin has now is not equivalent to Cinni's EM at all, but far superior.  

This was not meant as FUD, but take it how you want to see it, I just want to warn people that something is not mentioned before, and the commands used in the console are exactly the same.
I would be very glad to see a technical explanation about how it is superior. Because if it is, it should be well explained.
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August 01, 2014, 02:46:45 PM
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question from someone new to this coin to others who've been more closely following it:
could anyone summarise what's special about it?

were basic aspects ready at launch - wallet, blockexplorer, website, whitepaper and/or features, etc. - or is the [ANN] promise-heavy?
have the devs delivered on their promises?
Any hidden problems -
premines?
instamines?
well distributed? is there a rich list?
buggy code?
are these are hard core programmers, not "copy-paste" devs or middlemen? When bugs/fork challenge pop up, are they fixed quickly?
dev squabbles?
dev complacency?
missed deadlines?
any "proof of developer"? Is the entirte dev team anonymous -- and even if so, does it at least have a solid reputation here on bitcointalk?
How does the coin production/distribution setup provide insulation from the risk of massive miner/whale dumps? Is there an estimate out there of the max # of daily BTC trading volume that might be needed to absorb mined coins?
Anything to worry about?

When is the next significant development update (code, screenshots and/or whitepaper/proof-of-concept or something else?) expected to come out?

You really expect someone just just write a fucking essay so you don't have to read the past pages?

The fucking nerve of some people is insane.  Put your big-boy pants on and do some reading.

Too many coins to track - and so many of them are scams. Seems practical and cost-effective to simply ask those who already know the answers. And if the answers seem promising then it's worth more research.

Well you're bound to fail if you dont simply follow "DYOR".

Think about this; With all the recent scam coins with people more cautious than ever, and SDC is consistently rising? Yea, that should be your answer. But seriously, always DYOR..and by DYOR i dont mean ask for  someone summarize everything for you in one post.


I do. Asking questions is a first step, not a final one - these discussion threads are for discussion, no? What else are these "discussion" threads for? Just looking for a preview to help decide whether to commit more time to researching this or something else -- the content (including whether it's hype or even handed) and even the tone of the answers can tell me something about the coin and the community.
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