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August 12, 2014, 08:13:36 AM
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Bittrex? Nice Cool
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August 12, 2014, 08:18:48 AM
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Listed on Bittrex , thats nice . Volume is still low.
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August 12, 2014, 09:07:59 AM
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Listed on Bittrex , thats nice . Volume is still low.
Yes but it might pick up soon. Let's wait and see what happens in a week or two.
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August 12, 2014, 09:51:34 AM
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That's true... I think it is total waste of hash power!
However, if the price hits, let's say, 15K...

still huge mining power on this coin and for such low block reward, much cheaper to buy at current prices
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August 12, 2014, 10:09:42 AM
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That's true... I think it is total waste of hash power!
However, if the price hits, let's say, 15K...
gonna assume its botnets and no one would be dumb enough to rent at this point

Network rate @ 150 th = .042btc per th rented.  Rentals are going for .0251 btc per th/day
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August 12, 2014, 10:10:26 AM
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That's true... I think it is total waste of hash power!
However, if the price hits, let's say, 15K...
gonna assume its botnets and no one would be dumb enough to rent at this point

people who where late to the party may be still renting inorder to get some coin..... iam glad my old 200g/h miner took in over 45k in1.5 days lol.
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August 12, 2014, 10:14:44 AM
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Last block there is 2 hours on http://ssd.pool.mn/ it's normal with 20 th pool hasrate ?

no it's not normal, hope it is just error in frontend
You are correct. It was just an error in frontend. Shares and blocks were accounted properly, sorry for this delay.
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August 12, 2014, 10:26:56 AM
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Last block there is 2 hours on http://ssd.pool.mn/ it's normal with 20 th pool hasrate ?

no it's not normal, hope it is just error in frontend
You are correct. It was just an error in frontend. Shares and blocks were accounted properly, sorry for this delay.

yes i confirm that, i got all my payments
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August 12, 2014, 11:06:31 AM
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That's true... I think it is total waste of hash power!
However, if the price hits, let's say, 15K...
gonna assume its botnets and no one would be dumb enough to rent at this point

people who where late to the party may be still renting inorder to get some coin..... iam glad my old 200g/h miner took in over 45k in1.5 days lol.

Lol god, wish I still had the 1.25m I mined!
I hope the guy dumped them already so he doesn't make too much!

Looks like you guys are gaining an uptrend on bittrex!

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August 12, 2014, 11:21:23 AM
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That's true... I think it is total waste of hash power!
However, if the price hits, let's say, 15K...
gonna assume its botnets and no one would be dumb enough to rent at this point

people who where late to the party may be still renting inorder to get some coin..... iam glad my old 200g/h miner took in over 45k in1.5 days lol.

I did the same thing with my old antminer, nice to put old technology to good use
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August 12, 2014, 11:46:02 AM
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chinese translation:http://www.btclt.cn/thread-4697-1-1.html
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August 12, 2014, 12:34:34 PM
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Just added to CoinMarketCap!
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August 12, 2014, 12:44:13 PM
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still cheap!  yes!

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August 12, 2014, 12:56:14 PM
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It's too bad translation.. nothing!

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August 12, 2014, 01:04:40 PM
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Go go SSD ! Mobile staking seems to be on everyone’s wish-list nowadays. Price booster. Cheers.
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August 12, 2014, 03:16:09 PM
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questions from someone new to this coin to others in this discussion thread 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 12, 2014, 03:18:43 PM
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questions from someone new to this coin to others in this discussion thread 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?


This guy is easily the most annoying poster on BCT.  He copies and pastes this same crap in every coin thread.  This is spam as far as I'm concerned and should be reported to the mods.

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August 12, 2014, 03:27:18 PM
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So, spent most of the night watching to make sure that stake went off without a hitch. It did which is a good thing. The next step is to go through and add some more features.
I am going to be expanding what is currently a placeholder. Some of you may have noticed a button labeled stealth this in the QT. well soon enough it will work and you will be able to send coins from one address and not only have the ip disassociated, but the sender and receiver will be disconnected as well.
also what you are seeing as the network hash, keep in mind this is an estimate based on block times and difficulty. since we started staking last night the block times jumped in and skewed things.
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August 12, 2014, 03:31:53 PM
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Bought myself about 200K of this promising coin...
Interesting times ahead!

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August 12, 2014, 03:32:35 PM
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So, spent most of the night watching to make sure that stake went off without a hitch. It did which is a good thing. The next step is to go through and add some more features.
I am going to be expanding what is currently a placeholder. Some of you may have noticed a button labeled stealth this in the QT. well soon enough it will work and you will be able to send coins from one address and not only have the ip disassociated, but the sender and receiver will be disconnected as well.
also what you are seeing as the network hash, keep in mind this is an estimate based on block times and difficulty. since we started staking last night the block times jumped in and skewed things.

Awesome, being active and following through on things makes this coin better than 90% of the new coins lately! Thanks for the hard work you put into this, I am sure it will be well worth it with this community behind it! Let us know if we can help in any way
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