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October 26, 2014, 12:07:34 AM
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Side story that's somewhat related to this. A friend of a friend had issues with their PC. I went to their place and fixed their problem as well as a little cleanup while at it. They thanked my by giving me 40$. I accepted the 40$, but quickly told them about crypto-currencies and our little QBC decentralized project. I explained to her that I wasn't taking their 40$, but that I investing/gambling it in QBC - for her. I would be super excited to announce her some day that this 40$ is now worth 80$ and that she can freely sell her share, keep them, spend them or what not. I thought this was a nice idea, and I decided that from now on, I would be doing this when ever a friend or family member offered me money for services I would of otherwise did for free.

This reminds me of something, which is off topic.  A friend of mine had a message board that was hosted on a free site called called "proboards".  The forum got taken down, after someone complained to the webmaster, who then decided to pull the plug and my friend then lost all the contents of his 10 year old forum.  It was a discussion forum dedicated to skeptical views on chiropractic, combatting and describing the pseudosciene that's involved, and was frequented mostly by former chiropractors who had decided to quit the profession, as well as others who were searching for answers to their questions about chiropractic.  The website Quackwatch.com (Chirobase) has offered to host a new discussion forum for him, however he needs to rebuild a forum from scratch.  If you think you might be able to lend a hand, let me know.

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October 26, 2014, 07:59:21 PM
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 If you think you might be able to lend a hand, let me know.

Just FYI. Quebeco.in isn't an ordinary forum. It's actually a WordPress with a bunch of plug-in/extensions to make it one. And it's kinda confusing to manage as I have no experience in either traditional forum or WordPress.  That being said, I played around with a regular PHPBB forum before going the WordPress route, and I can say that the basics of PHPBB forum weren't too compliacted. By basics I mean creating sections, sub sections and basic users/vistors/groups rights.

I could potentially help, but honestly what I do most of the time is figure things slowly with research. I'm not an expert lol.


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October 26, 2014, 08:02:44 PM
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Question for anyone who reads: what's the most reliable way to calculate your expected reward while mining? From my understanding, there's about 14,000 QBC being created daily? Would (Your Hash)x(14000)\(Net Hash) give a reliable estimate? Or is there a way to calculate it more accurately? I'll probably to more of my own research about this, but thought maybe someone here knows better already?

I just logged in and am noticing that the net hashrate is now up to 68 Mh/s, which is nearly twice the max of the last couple days.  I am thining that if that hashrate were to be maintained it would mean that we would make about half the number of coins that we were able to make yesterday using the same miners?  
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October 26, 2014, 08:22:57 PM
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I could potentially help, but honestly what I do most of the time is figure things slowly with research. I'm not an expert lol.

No problem.  I thought it would be good to ask just in case you had a lot of experience with it.  I was talking to him again, and it does sound like something I could figure out as I go, and play around with in November whenever it gets colder.  Before then I will go see Mötley Crüe one last time (?) in Syracuse, just in time for Halloween.
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October 26, 2014, 08:38:20 PM
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Question for anyone who reads: what's the most reliable way to calculate your expected reward while mining? From my understanding, there's about 14,000 QBC being created daily? Would (Your Hash)x(14000)\(Net Hash) give a reliable estimate? Or is there a way to calculate it more accurately? I'll probably to more of my own research about this, but thought maybe someone here knows better already?

I just logged in and am noticing that the net hashrate is now up to 68 Mh/s, which is nearly twice the max of the last couple days.  I am thining that if that hashrate were to be maintained it would mean that we would make about half the number of coins that we were able to make yesterday using the same miners?  

Yes this is how it works AFAIK. There's always a little bit of luck involved, but in the grand shceme of things, that's how it goes.

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October 30, 2014, 10:36:23 PM
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I asked the same question on Quebeco.in.

Out of curiosity, what would you do or offer for 1,000,000 Quebecoin today?

I'll gladgly ship 10 Pizzas to anyone who wants to part out with a million QBC. Holla back.

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October 30, 2014, 11:02:17 PM
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I asked the same question on Quebeco.in.

Out of curiosity, what would you do or offer for 1,000,000 Quebecoin today?

I'll gladgly ship 10 Pizzas to anyone who wants to part out with a million QBC. Holla back.

Laszlo would surely be proud.  Though I would point out that with just a little under 3 million QBC in circulation, it would be close to impossible for a single individual to put together 1 million Quebecoins today, and then take you up on your offer.

Based upon the last price I sold Quebecoin for on cryptobec, 1 million coins would in theory be worth  $240 USD.  However it isn't really meaningful to scale things up that big (or down so small depending upon your perspective) when there are so few Quebecoins available, and also while we still haven't yet discovered our first economic applications for the coin.  It's all kind of arbitrary at this point.
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November 02, 2014, 06:36:45 PM
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Laszlo would surely be proud.  Though I would point out that with just a little under 3 million QBC in circulation, it would be close to impossible for a single individual to put together 1 million Quebecoins today, and then take you up on your offer.

Based upon the last price I sold Quebecoin for on cryptobec, 1 million coins would in theory be worth  $240 USD.  However it isn't really meaningful to scale things up that big (or down so small depending upon your perspective) when there are so few Quebecoins available, and also while we still haven't yet discovered our first economic applications for the coin.  It's all kind of arbitrary at this point.

Yeah, I'm just as sure as you are that it's most likely impossible to get to go from 0 to 1,000,000 QBC.

With the current bid at 52 satoshi, this puts 1 QBC at about 0.000169$ (implying BTC is at 325$). And like I said on the Quebeco.in thread, I'm just thinking it's a little crazy that we still have a few CPU/GPU miners spending electricity for a small amount of QBC in return, when I've seen thousand of QBC sell for 70-100 Satoshis on http://exchange.cryptobec.com/markets/qbcbtc. There should be more people fighting to BUY cheap QBC. Mining is awesome and very important, but there's nothing wrong about hitting a great deal of cheap QBC because someone decided to part out and drop them for the best offer, which is ridiculously low and affordable right now.

I could almost guarantee that anyone buying QBC below 0.000338$ (100 Satoshi at current rate) will profit from it in the future. And I swear you'll have to pay a whole lot more than that to get some of mine...  Grin

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November 07, 2014, 03:48:11 AM
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Laszlo would surely be proud.  Though I would point out that with just a little under 3 million QBC in circulation, it would be close to impossible for a single individual to put together 1 million Quebecoins today, and then take you up on your offer.

Based upon the last price I sold Quebecoin for on cryptobec, 1 million coins would in theory be worth  $240 USD.  However it isn't really meaningful to scale things up that big (or down so small depending upon your perspective) when there are so few Quebecoins available, and also while we still haven't yet discovered our first economic applications for the coin.  It's all kind of arbitrary at this point.

Yeah, I'm just as sure as you are that it's most likely impossible to get to go from 0 to 1,000,000 QBC.

With the current bid at 52 satoshi, this puts 1 QBC at about 0.000169$ (implying BTC is at 325$). And like I said on the Quebeco.in thread, I'm just thinking it's a little crazy that we still have a few CPU/GPU miners spending electricity for a small amount of QBC in return, when I've seen thousand of QBC sell for 70-100 Satoshis on http://exchange.cryptobec.com/markets/qbcbtc. There should be more people fighting to BUY cheap QBC. Mining is awesome and very important, but there's nothing wrong about hitting a great deal of cheap QBC because someone decided to part out and drop them for the best offer, which is ridiculously low and affordable right now.

I could almost guarantee that anyone buying QBC below 0.000338$ (100 Satoshi at current rate) will profit from it in the future. And I swear you'll have to pay a whole lot more than that to get some of mine...  Grin

Totally agree Smiley.

Right now, the price is at 200 satoshis and even at this price, it's very cheap !

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November 08, 2014, 04:20:17 PM
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Regarding the exchange platform Cryptobec.  Is there any way you could deactivate the email message we get every single time we log into our exchange profile.  I think it is probably overkill getting an email every time we log in.  Also, the list of completed trades in the left margin only indicates the time of trades.  I think it would be more useful to see the dates as well in order to give a better picture of the level of activity.
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November 09, 2014, 04:09:44 PM
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Regarding the exchange platform Cryptobec.  Is there any way you could deactivate the email message we get every single time we log into our exchange profile.  I think it is probably overkill getting an email every time we log in.  Also, the list of completed trades in the left margin only indicates the time of trades.  I think it would be more useful to see the dates as well in order to give a better picture of the level of activity.

I will see what i can do Wink

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November 09, 2014, 08:48:04 PM
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I will see what i can do Wink

Thanks Guillaume, it appears to have worked.  I just signed in, and did not get any email notification.
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November 11, 2014, 07:12:51 AM
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I changed nothing, I'm currently working on android wallet

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November 11, 2014, 10:46:39 AM
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That's even better.  I noticed in the French message board, and it appears that you are getting very close to having the android wallet.
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November 12, 2014, 04:59:10 AM
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It's coming........



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November 12, 2014, 01:35:43 PM
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Good job, man... Like real good job. Now it's just a matter of testing and making sure all is good before changing the DRK icons and maybe the colors Tongue.

I'll be putting together a little something to say thanks to you and Pamorin. I'll most likely be doubling everyone's BTC/QBC donation up to a certain amount. Hopefully we can raise an amount worth your time.

Stay tuned everyone.


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November 12, 2014, 06:27:47 PM
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I just put out a draft of my next announcement on Quebeco.in. I'll be working on it some more and I'll put it on the front page of Quebeco.in, it'll also be translated and posted here.

I'll be doubling everyone's donation up to 250$ in BTC and 50$ in QBC. Value locked in at time of writing: Nov 12, 2014 @ 12h45 - Which amounts to 0.528 BTC et 66056.5 QBC.

If enough people participate, ghonyme and pamorin could share close to 600$  Shocked.

More details to come.

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November 12, 2014, 06:31:11 PM
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I am first picking up a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 so that I will at least have an android device for doing this sort of thing.  
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November 13, 2014, 12:14:12 AM
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Make an IOS version!!!

Us Iphonetards are many in this province!

Good work mate!
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November 13, 2014, 05:03:15 AM
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It should be this week on the android market.....


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