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August 21, 2014, 08:24:25 PM
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Wow, I've been out for a short period and now we have a bunch of new stuff: new ticker, new website, new thread, new exchanges. What else is in the work Dev?
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August 23, 2014, 03:05:11 AM
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I have a couple promotions in mind:

1. Hand out empty wallets at Vegas events - We are talking about at least 1000 wallets at an event at a time and they get to claim WSX by doing tweets (Hey BT!  Wink
2. Promotional bonus for buying WSX on a special exchange (Cryptex)

Let me know if you have any other ideas. I'll buy some more WSX to promote and any donation will be appreciated let me know if you guys want a wallet created for all this stuff.

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August 23, 2014, 02:45:01 PM
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Hello all you good people,

Understand you are looking for a coin friendly exchange on which you are able to trade crypto currencies as well as FIAT.

I believe CCEDK is friendly towards any crypto coins who believe success is based on working together, and where a big part of the future success lies within the amount of work the community brings to the table, so to speak!

Please have a look at our general presentaion of our exchange platform in Denmark at bitcoin talk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=706347.0

In my recent article I mention

"We would like in future to interact with the communities connected to each crypto coin listed on CCEDK, in order to create awareness of CCEDK, especially when it comes to exchange Crypto >< FIAT says Ronny Boesing"

which should already give you an indication of my positive attitude towards any crypto coins wishing to be a part of a future partnership with CCEDK, of which part of it will be to be listed on the exchange for starters.

I will be looking forward to hearing from you again soon, and I Brian, I hope you have already received further details to contact me directly, not that its a secret, as all contact details can be found on CCEDK website, along with any other details of interest.

Yours sincerely

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Web: https://www.ccedk.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCEDK_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CCEDK
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August 23, 2014, 03:06:58 PM
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Hello all you good people,

Understand you are looking for a coin friendly exchange on which you are able to trade crypto currencies as well as FIAT.

I believe CCEDK is friendly towards any crypto coins who believe success is based on working together, and where a big part of the future success lies within the amount of work the community brings to the table, so to speak!

Please have a look at our general presentaion of our exchange platform in Denmark at bitcoin talk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=706347.0

In my recent article I mention

"We would like in future to interact with the communities connected to each crypto coin listed on CCEDK, in order to create awareness of CCEDK, especially when it comes to exchange Crypto >< FIAT says Ronny Boesing"

which should already give you an indication of my positive attitude towards any crypto coins wishing to be a part of a future partnership with CCEDK, of which part of it will be to be listed on the exchange for starters.

I will be looking forward to hearing from you again soon, and I Brian, I hope you have already received further details to contact me directly, not that its a secret, as all contact details can be found on CCEDK website, along with any other details of interest.

Yours sincerely

Ronny Boesing

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DK-9492 Blokhus

Web: https://www.ccedk.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCEDK_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CCEDK


Thanks for the message Ron and I sent your contact to both MrData and ACN. Have a great day.

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August 23, 2014, 03:10:30 PM
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Here are a few articles for CCEDK that you guys might want to check out:

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/13491-ccedkcom-bitcoin-exchange-from-denmark-with-a-1000-btc-pool-and-reserve-fund

http://nxter.org/danish-bitcoin-exchange-ccedk-first-to-launch-nxt-fiat-gateway
http://cointelegraph.com/news/111568/ccedk_launches_makes_1000_btc_available_for_trading
http://www.bestbitcoincasino.com/danish-bitcoin-exchange-ccedk-launches-ensures-security-and-transparency
http://newsbtc.com/2014/05/26/ccedk-exchange-opens-doors-1000-bitcoin-pool

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August 24, 2014, 06:06:57 PM
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Hey, I was never into WAS (didn't even know it even existed until I accidentally bought it, thinking I was buying extremely cheap WSX).  Anyway....instead of dumping it, I started buying it up over the last few weeks.  It really couldn't get much cheaper and as far as I know, this could be one of the first true resurrections.  I came across this site that is trying to help separate the trustworthy from the scam coin's.  Thought it might be a good idea if our new Chief of Staff payed them an online visit.  It's free publicity, get's the WSX name out there, and might even build a little investor confidence.  I know there's no guarantee that every coin listed there is reputable, but in my opinion it can't be much less reliable than some of the BS I've read in numerous other coin Announcement forums here.  At least stick us on the credibility list.  The coin world is quickly becoming skeptical of anything that isn't completely transparent.  I doubt anyone that reads this can say they've never been scammed, abandoned, or purposely snookered by a dev team.  Not's not exactly inviting to anyone looking to get into crypto-currency.  Anyway, just a suggestion....don't troll me.

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August 24, 2014, 06:20:54 PM
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Hey, I was never into WAS (didn't even know it even existed until I accidentally bought it, thinking I was buying extremely cheap WSX).  Anyway....instead of dumping it, I started buying it up over the last few weeks.  It really couldn't get much cheaper and as far as I know, this could be one of the first true resurrections.  I came across this site that is trying to help separate the trustworthy from the scam coin's.  Thought it might be a good idea if our new Chief of Staff payed them an online visit.  It's free publicity, get's the WSX name out there, and might even build a little investor confidence.  I know there's no guarantee that every coin listed there is reputable, but in my opinion it can't be much less reliable than some of the BS I've read in numerous other coin Announcement forums here.  At least stick us on the credibility list.  The coin world is quickly becoming skeptical of anything that isn't completely transparent.  I doubt anyone that reads this can say they've never been scammed, abandoned, or purposely snookered by a dev team.  Not's not exactly inviting to anyone looking to get into crypto-currency.  Anyway, just a suggestion....don't troll me.

http://www.coinssource.com/    <-----
Hey, thanks for the suggestion and I'm not sure if we have a Chief of Staff  Wink but I'll give them a shout. I also posted in the POS coin thread. We still have the WAS conversion until 8/31 if you want to trade in.

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I'm not going to speak for everyone....just throwing another idea out there.  It seems like virtually every coin getting released, for lack of a better term, whores themselves out to the social media engines.  Don't get me wrong, social media is an excellent way to get your name out there and we'd have to be ignorant to completely reject it.....but it's one thing to have announcements, followers, and people genuinely talking about your currency.  It's something totally different when you bribe every bag-holder on the forums to "Like, Subscribe, Follow, and Retweet"......regardless of whether they know anything about they coin you're giving them.  It's a fine line......I like free coins too (wSNLuRFo1CEyRqBSGJog7hbh72tq3CZgjt)!!!!HINT!!!!HINT!!!!  But seeing as I finally had to obtain a Twitter account.....I'd rather not see a million tweets come raging in all of the sudden.....with no actual substance to them.  It gets the name out quick.....but I would contest that's not always a good thing.  Use the media outlets to actually make informative announcements to those who may not normally be the first to know, or aren't into crypto-currency altogether.  I guess in a sense....maybe it wouldn't be bad to take a more conservative approach.  "Speak softly and carry a big stick."  God knows we have no shortage of "hype-men" and "pumpers" out there.  Again, just my opinion....but at this point I'd be more confident in a coin that didn't have hundreds of people going out of their way to tell me how great it was.  Being that this is a "revival" or "resurrection" or whatever you want to call it......we're in a unique position.  We don't need to try to convince people we have the most cutting edge or innovative anything.  This coin has already been distributed.  It was widely available at low prices if anyone wanted it, is still reasonable to obtain, and I really don't think anyone here got rich off of screwing over other people (There have even been measures implemented to fairly reduce the saturation issues, without leaving previously WAS investors up to their necks in worthless coin).  Communities tend to grow closer and maintain a strong loyalty when they are kind, honest, and caring.  Not a bad platform to be running under.  And from what I've gathered, there seems to be some interest in charitable work....doctors without borders or something like that?  Hell, that's good enough for me!  You'd have to be a real asshole to troll and FUD a group that is quietly trying to help others.  It's not like competing to be the next "anonymous" coin or touting how many algorithms we can jam into one hashing script.  Everyone knows that helping people is good.....and tax deductible Wink.  I don't know....I may be off base.  I'm just a bag-holder.....I'll go screaming to all my friend's why they need WSX immediately if that's the consensus...but I think they'd probably be more receptive if I was genuine and not screaming through a megaphone.  Wink
           

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August 24, 2014, 08:45:26 PM
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I have an issue syncing my wallet v2.0.3.0.
I have these nodes into conf file:
addnode=192.99.37.224
addnode=24.168.90.140
addnode=192.241.188.47
addnode=93.123.163.96
addnode=98.157.205.240
addnode=107.170.104.208
addnode=46.105.118.15
addnode=24.19.85.3

Someone have some ideas ? Smiley
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I'm not going to speak for everyone....just throwing another idea out there.  It seems like virtually every coin getting released, for lack of a better term, whores themselves out to the social media engines.  Don't get me wrong, social media is an excellent way to get your name out there and we'd have to be ignorant to completely reject it.....but it's one thing to have announcements, followers, and people genuinely talking about your currency.  It's something totally different when you bribe every bag-holder on the forums to "Like, Subscribe, Follow, and Retweet"......regardless of whether they know anything about they coin you're giving them.  It's a fine line......I like free coins too (wSNLuRFo1CEyRqBSGJog7hbh72tq3CZgjt)!!!!HINT!!!!HINT!!!!  But seeing as I finally had to obtain a Twitter account.....I'd rather not see a million tweets come raging in all of the sudden.....with no actual substance to them.  It gets the name out quick.....but I would contest that's not always a good thing.  Use the media outlets to actually make informative announcements to those who may not normally be the first to know, or aren't into crypto-currency altogether.  I guess in a sense....maybe it wouldn't be bad to take a more conservative approach.  "Speak softly and carry a big stick."  God knows we have no shortage of "hype-men" and "pumpers" out there.  Again, just my opinion....but at this point I'd be more confident in a coin that didn't have hundreds of people going out of their way to tell me how great it was.  Being that this is a "revival" or "resurrection" or whatever you want to call it......we're in a unique position.  We don't need to try to convince people we have the most cutting edge or innovative anything.  This coin has already been distributed.  It was widely available at low prices if anyone wanted it, is still reasonable to obtain, and I really don't think anyone here got rich off of screwing over other people (There have even been measures implemented to fairly reduce the saturation issues, without leaving previously WAS investors up to their necks in worthless coin).  Communities tend to grow closer and maintain a strong loyalty when they are kind, honest, and caring.  Not a bad platform to be running under.  And from what I've gathered, there seems to be some interest in charitable work....doctors without borders or something like that?  Hell, that's good enough for me!  You'd have to be a real asshole to troll and FUD a group that is quietly trying to help others.  It's not like competing to be the next "anonymous" coin or touting how many algorithms we can jam into one hashing script.  Everyone knows that helping people is good.....and tax deductible Wink.  I don't know....I may be off base.  I'm just a bag-holder.....I'll go screaming to all my friend's why they need WSX immediately if that's the consensus...but I think they'd probably be more receptive if I was genuine and not screaming through a megaphone.  Wink
           
A couple of things- There are two WSX faucets that you can draw from on a daily basic, I think this board don't like posting the wallet address and they might delete your post. There's also a giveaway on Cryptocointalk https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/13654-wearesatoshi-wsx-giveways-wwwwsxcoin/ We are growing slowly but surely and the more we grow we can help bring the message to others and build a stronger community with a purpose. Cheers!

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August 24, 2014, 09:14:20 PM
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I have an issue syncing my wallet v2.0.3.0.
I have these nodes into conf file:
addnode=192.99.37.224
addnode=24.168.90.140
addnode=192.241.188.47
addnode=93.123.163.96
addnode=98.157.205.240
addnode=107.170.104.208
addnode=46.105.118.15
addnode=24.19.85.3

Someone have some ideas ? Smiley

Try to delete the peers.dat and try again. Make sure you allow port 8922 in the firewall and Antivirus. I don't even have the conf file but you can try these:

addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=192.99.37.224
addnode=64.237.33.108
addnode=108.61.10.90
addnode=206.116.116.186
addnode=66.176.161.163
addnode=192.64.116.155
addnode=83.212.117.249
addnode=76.90.47.6
addnode=208.104.151.195
addnode=24.168.90.140
addnode=64.4.109.214
addnode=98.157.205.240

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August 24, 2014, 09:50:14 PM
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Yeah, remove all the addnodes and your peers.dat. Then start the client and it will connect to the seed nodes within 30-60 seconds.

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August 25, 2014, 03:11:05 PM
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Less than a week to go for the swap.


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August 25, 2014, 05:47:47 PM
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I have an issue syncing my wallet v2.0.3.0.
I have these nodes into conf file:
addnode=192.99.37.224
addnode=24.168.90.140
addnode=192.241.188.47
addnode=93.123.163.96
addnode=98.157.205.240
addnode=107.170.104.208
addnode=46.105.118.15
addnode=24.19.85.3

Someone have some ideas ? Smiley

Try to delete the peers.dat and try again. Make sure you allow port 8922 in the firewall and Antivirus. I don't even have the conf file but you can try these:

addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=192.99.37.224
addnode=64.237.33.108
addnode=108.61.10.90
addnode=206.116.116.186
addnode=66.176.161.163
addnode=192.64.116.155
addnode=83.212.117.249
addnode=76.90.47.6
addnode=208.104.151.195
addnode=24.168.90.140
addnode=64.4.109.214
addnode=98.157.205.240

Thanks , I've deleted all the database for syncing it ,but now its fully online Smiley
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August 26, 2014, 03:54:33 AM
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iSpace updated to the latest wallet and updated ticker to WSX. We'll start a little WSX promo with Cryptex.biz soon.

Miner URL: stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:3352

Algo: x11
Difficulty: 4.44509077
Hashrate: 110.73 MH/s
Confirmations: 120
Wallet Version: v2.0.3.0

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WSX promo is going full force at Cryptex. Details here: https://cryptex.biz/post/promo-2


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August 28, 2014, 02:23:52 PM
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coolo, ill try and win some Tongue

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and of course i am in... hope this promotions, wakes people up... i hope in a month or two.. they will get sick of ICO... and start some old school mining...


 
 
 
 
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