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December 18, 2014, 07:15:13 PM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/19a7ccd3db1e95d6721912f0eebe5567c847391b78a05fa4a1978f69408369fb/analysis/1418895099/ now go and troll yourself FakeAccount  Cool

After seeing this miner posted about 8 times, I finally decided to try it, and so far I can say it's pretty damn nice. The only thing I haven't tested long enough to see how the payouts are comparatively, but the usage of system resources is WAY better. Thanks Runarufu. Pilotseye.

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We disagree here Wink He has been asked very simple questions each of the eight times he posted it here, and not once has he answered them. He provides a damn virustotal link and think that's fine in crypto.

That's just not good enough.

As I said, this might be a great program, but why can he not just answer the really easy questions, I keep asking myself.


Thanks for taking the risk and running it though Smiley

Yea, all good man, I'll let you know if my 2 million burst disappear. haha.

But no, in actuality, the main reason I tried this is because I trust Pilotseye, he's a friend of mine. I don't think he would give out a link, albeit multiple times, if the link was a virus. I just don't see him doing that. Plus, I got tired of everyone blasting him when I believe he was literally just trying to help people with performance issues.

So, I hope that me, being the member I am, jumping on this, using it, and telling people what I find, would help to alleviate this problem we seem to be having.

Thanks!

I really appreciate you support Smiley
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December 18, 2014, 07:18:03 PM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/19a7ccd3db1e95d6721912f0eebe5567c847391b78a05fa4a1978f69408369fb/analysis/1418895099/ now go and troll yourself FakeAccount  Cool

How stupid are you? Seriously?

This might be an excellent program but no one in their right mind will run it because you SAY it has been checked by members!

If you want to do the community a favor, please state 1) who these personS (plural) you are referring to are and 2) how they audited it. How hard can that be?

3) You have been asked several times to provide the source to the program, but simply neglected to do that. Why the hell is that? Are you one of the guys who runs .exe files just because virustotal says it might be ok? Is that how it has been checked too?



Call me stupid but then YOU are still be the most stupid person in this forum for your false accusations and your offensive language, IF you want a source contact Runarufu and DONT ask me, I did NOT write this great miner you GENIUS! Wink
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December 18, 2014, 07:37:06 PM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/19a7ccd3db1e95d6721912f0eebe5567c847391b78a05fa4a1978f69408369fb/analysis/1418895099/ now go and troll yourself FakeAccount  Cool

How stupid are you? Seriously?

This might be an excellent program but no one in their right mind will run it because you SAY it has been checked by members!

If you want to do the community a favor, please state 1) who these personS (plural) you are referring to are and 2) how they audited it. How hard can that be?

3) You have been asked several times to provide the source to the program, but simply neglected to do that. Why the hell is that? Are you one of the guys who runs .exe files just because virustotal says it might be ok? Is that how it has been checked too?



Call me stupid but then YOU are still be the most stupid person in this forum for your false accusations and your offensive language, IF you want a source contact Runarufu and DONT ask me, I did NOT write this great miner you GENIUS! Wink
please don't start with personal attacks.  too many people get taken in by running un-vetted exes

where's the source code that can be checked?  once it's posted and checked it's all good.  the miner probably will even make to to OP as a link.

until then, reverting to personal attacks on those who question the post on technical and sound exercise of caution makes you look bad.

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December 18, 2014, 07:39:32 PM
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I suggest using checksums of reference plot-files to verify results of different plot-making software and drivers (OpenCL versions).

Some conditions:
- different AccountIDs (and it`s sizes);
- different startNonces;
- different fileSizes;
- with/without staggering.

Sample-files MD5 checksums (download files here: https://yadi.sk/d/Qt4I7lRldTfHP):
8013d20e24e577bdd1f675de9ed832bd   1234567890_0_1024_1024
1a7b3998b0a5d5e836a727c931330c34   9876543210_1024_4096_1024
443aa638290a85485ebef7db9af8aa4e   12345678901234567890_1048576_65536_1024
005ba57308ddaace41fadc529962f4ba   987654321987654321_1073741824_65536_65536

Somebody please check that data.

Good job!  Wink

oh, vsje!
are you saying to plot the same file using different plotters and then compare the md5 of the file to see if plotters produce identical content of the plot files?

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December 18, 2014, 07:39:42 PM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/19a7ccd3db1e95d6721912f0eebe5567c847391b78a05fa4a1978f69408369fb/analysis/1418895099/ now go and troll yourself FakeAccount  Cool

How stupid are you? Seriously?

This might be an excellent program but no one in their right mind will run it because you SAY it has been checked by members!

If you want to do the community a favor, please state 1) who these personS (plural) you are referring to are and 2) how they audited it. How hard can that be?

3) You have been asked several times to provide the source to the program, but simply neglected to do that. Why the hell is that? Are you one of the guys who runs .exe files just because virustotal says it might be ok? Is that how it has been checked too?



Call me stupid but then YOU are still be the most stupid person in this forum for your false accusations and your offensive language, IF you want a source contact Runarufu and DONT ask me, I did NOT write this great miner you GENIUS! Wink
please don't start with personal attacks.  too many people get taken in by running un-vetted exes

where's the source code that can be checked?  once it's posted and checked it's all good.  the miner probably will even make to to OP as a link.

until then, reverting to personal attacks on those who question the post on technical and sound exercise of caution makes you look bad.

Sorry to say, but the one who started was mmmaybe and I won't say more about it, let's not fight here, I totally agree - Peace Yo  Cool
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December 18, 2014, 08:08:18 PM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/19a7ccd3db1e95d6721912f0eebe5567c847391b78a05fa4a1978f69408369fb/analysis/1418895099/ now go and troll yourself FakeAccount  Cool

How stupid are you? Seriously?

This might be an excellent program but no one in their right mind will run it because you SAY it has been checked by members!

If you want to do the community a favor, please state 1) who these personS (plural) you are referring to are and 2) how they audited it. How hard can that be?

3) You have been asked several times to provide the source to the program, but simply neglected to do that. Why the hell is that? Are you one of the guys who runs .exe files just because virustotal says it might be ok? Is that how it has been checked too?



Call me stupid but then YOU are still be the most stupid person in this forum for your false accusations and your offensive language, IF you want a source contact Runarufu and DONT ask me, I did NOT write this great miner you GENIUS! Wink


I'm sorry if I offended you.

However, it's you that have promoted this program and repeated to refuse to answer simple questions about the statements you made in the posts. We still do not know who the members are you are referring to.

I don't even think you are doing some maliciously by intention; often bad code spread just because people aren't critical enough. That's why you have gotten the responses you have here.

I don't know what's in the program, I don't know what it does (despite mining); and that is really bad. If you can't answer questions, I think you should be very careful recommending stuff to others.

So even if you only have good intentions, and even if I trust crowetic more than I trust almost all in own family, I'd never run the program.

I hope I've explained myself better now, and I'm sorry I got angry when I didn't get any answers.

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I suggest using checksums of reference plot-files to verify results of different plot-making software and drivers (OpenCL versions).

Some conditions:
- different AccountIDs (and it`s sizes);
- different startNonces;
- different fileSizes;
- with/without staggering.

Sample-files MD5 checksums (download files here: https://yadi.sk/d/Qt4I7lRldTfHP):
8013d20e24e577bdd1f675de9ed832bd   1234567890_0_1024_1024
1a7b3998b0a5d5e836a727c931330c34   9876543210_1024_4096_1024
443aa638290a85485ebef7db9af8aa4e   12345678901234567890_1048576_65536_1024
005ba57308ddaace41fadc529962f4ba   987654321987654321_1073741824_65536_65536

Somebody please check that data.

Good job!  Wink

oh, vsje!
are you saying to plot the same file using different plotters and then compare the md5 of the file to see if plotters produce identical content of the plot files?
of course
what else?  Smiley

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I suggest using checksums of reference plot-files to verify results of different plot-making software and drivers (OpenCL versions).

Some conditions:
- different AccountIDs (and it`s sizes);
- different startNonces;
- different fileSizes;
- with/without staggering.

Sample-files MD5 checksums (download files here: https://yadi.sk/d/Qt4I7lRldTfHP):
8013d20e24e577bdd1f675de9ed832bd   1234567890_0_1024_1024
1a7b3998b0a5d5e836a727c931330c34   9876543210_1024_4096_1024
443aa638290a85485ebef7db9af8aa4e   12345678901234567890_1048576_65536_1024
005ba57308ddaace41fadc529962f4ba   987654321987654321_1073741824_65536_65536

Somebody please check that data.

Good job!  Wink

oh, vsje!
are you saying to plot the same file using different plotters and then compare the md5 of the file to see if plotters produce identical content of the plot files?
of course
what else?  Smiley
maybe a small program that reads two files simultaneously and compares contents? although it may be slower than just generating md5?
or run 2 miners side by side, each pointing to the respective file and compare generated deadlines?

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December 19, 2014, 11:33:00 AM
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-ANNOUNCEMENT-

Our pool needs new miners and we decided to create a table of rewards.
Any rewards will be divided into two tranches, the first at reaching of the target and the second within 1 week (random between the third and the seventh day from reaching the goal) as long as the goal has been maintained during the same term.

Our pool's link is  http://pool.burstcoin.it

How to Mine on our pool

  • Run your burst client (wallet)
  • Using your browser go to  http://127.0.0.1:8125/rewardassignment.html
  • on the bottom ( see "Set reward recipient" )
  • Put your account secret passphrase there (the one you use to login into your wallet)
  • set recipient as  7551133661433248314
  • click submit, then wait for 4 block
  • now you can close your wallet
  • Open your miner:
    • For java miner
      • Edit run_mine.sh (or run_mine.bat on windows), set url to  pool.burstcoin.it:8124
      • run miner (run_mine.sh or run_mine.bat)
    • For Blago's miner
      • Open miner.conf
      • Insert/replace this code
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        “Mode” : “pool”,
        “Server” : “pool.burstcoin.it”,
        “Port”: 8124,
        “UpdaterAddr” : “pool.burstcoin.it”,
        “UpdaterPort”: 8124,
      • Run miner.exe



We have decided to change the prize table. The payment system in two tranches will remain valid.



To thank the new and old miners of our pool, over the weekend we will add 20.000 Burst to the pool wallet.

I add that our pool will have the fees to 0% still for a short time, so take advantage of it now

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December 19, 2014, 01:00:36 PM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

If it is not listed in the OP then don't trust it.

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December 19, 2014, 02:36:16 PM
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--IMPORTANT--

Within one hour the first Burst injection

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--IMPORTANT--

Within one hour the first Burst injection


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December 19, 2014, 06:00:21 PM
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I've released a new version 1.16 of my wplotgenerator:

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!LkNhlaab!Ncr4KLPA99IdNiPdY1xjHaG63OvD-Fac1sWfNlEGQ1w
Updated source: https://github.com/BurstTools/BurstSoftware

Usage and release notes of version 1.15: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg8878839#msg8878839
How to achieve optimal performance: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg8917422#msg8917422

Improvements against version 1.15:

  • The plotter incorrectly reported it couldn't continue an existing file, if high stagger sizes were used.
  • It is now possible to continue plots, which were aborted while writing. The plotter will automatically restart after the last complete stagger.

As always, please consider donating some of your newly mined Bursts to support further development or instructions: BURST-LNVN-5M4L-S9KP-H5AAC

And of course, happy mining! Cool
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is there a way to use wplotgenerator to rewrite a specific block (or is it a scoop?) ?

I have a file: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX_xxxx00000_11436032_32768
so it was basically written by generating 11436032/32768 = 349 iterations of 32768 nonces

"fairly"  often I see it producing a deadline that, when confirmed, returns a ridiculous value.
my conclusion is that a portion of the file is corrupt.  but not the whole file since better deadlines are produced after the incorrect one is discovered.
example:
11:51:22 [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]  found deadline 428107
11:51:22 [ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] sent DL:          428107     4d 22:55:07
11:51:22 [ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] confirmed DL: 7082808690785 81976952d 10:33:05

can anyone create a tool that can be left running against a file to determine which specific portion of the file is actually producing bad results? 
and then, knowing which block of nonces contains corruption, could I start up a version of wplotgenerator that can take as input the section to rewrite.
this way, a file can get fixed without needing to replot the whole thing.

is this possible?

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December 19, 2014, 06:29:13 PM
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NEW EU POOL LAUNCHED!
http://burst8pool.dtdns.net:88



INFO HERE:

https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/burst-8pool-server-eu.384/

EU SERVER
UBUNTU SERVER
FEE 1%
PORT 8124 and 88


Main Page:
www.8pool.dtdns.net

ENJOY!


     
     

     
     
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NEW EU POOL LAUNCHED!
http://burst8pool.dtdns.net:88
INFO HERE:

https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/burst-8pool-server-eu.384/

EU SERVER
UBUNTU SERVER
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Main Page:
www.8pool.dtdns.net

ENJOY!

delete one or both links (EU-flag), or translate to other languages


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December 19, 2014, 10:30:41 PM
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--IMPORTANT--

Within one hour the first Burst injection



I was referring to the prizes on our pool   pool.burstcoin.it  I forgot to specify it

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Huh I don t understand what you speak, Blago.   Send me a PM . Please. Thx.


     
     

     
     
ESPERS v2 POOL http://esp2.8pool.dtdns.net
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Burst has a bright future ahead of it. Thanks to the developer who has done a great job so fr of sustaining and managing the community. BURST will be top 15 in a few months I think.
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Today we would like to make several announcements that a group of us been working on for a while behind the scenes. We’ll also give a bit of information about our future plans, plans we do hope you’ll take part off.

However, we are sorry for the wall of text even if we tried to keep it short, but some background info is needed to understand why we post this. Questions and comments about the content below are well-suited for BurstForum.com , but can also be asked here.

Please note, that the PR efforts have been discussed with dev and got his support.



So let’s start: the post is divided into four main sections, although they sometimes overlap.
1.      The Core PR team
2.      Funding, work and the community contributions
3.      The Roadmap
4.      The Next Steps



1)   The core PR team
Since Wulfcastle offered his help to promote Burst on November 28, nothing much happened in the community. In a follow-up post, mmmaybe suggested we could establish a “PR management team” to handle various activities, but also that idea passed almost unnoticed.

However, what did happen after this was that talks started among three community members. Wulf was offered funding by mczarnek to create a professional website for Burst, no one else did. To secure things, mmmaybe acted as an escrow agent for the deal, and everything worked out perfectly. The URL has been posted before, but due to Wulfcastle’s and mczarnek’s initiative we today have a brand new site:

http://www.burstcoin.info

Please have a look! Smiley Keep in mind that some work remains to be done, but shortly will be attended so BURSTers can be proud of their “home”. Also, props must also go out to Irontiga who is currently hosting the site.

Due to the success with the website, the core members returned to idea of creating a “management team” for PR, the primary reason being to try to enroll the personal and monetary resources to reach as far as Burst can – together with its stunning technological development. The “core group” will do whatever they can to promote Burst in the future, but we’ll never be able to do all things required and highly desirable to support the coin by ourselves.

Today six community members constitute the core: crowetic, Irontiga, mczarnek, mmmaybe, uray, and Wulfcastle. We hope we have your trust, or at least will earn it, as work really starts. Even if new members might be added to the core, it’s important that they are few to remain executive (and not just talk), coordinate the Burst’s roadmap for PR and attract associated PR members to work with items on the roadmap. Would we fail to do so, the core should be replaced, in part or as a whole.

It’s vital to understand that this group isn’t exclusive nor excluding. We are a group of members starting to work together, but as in every establishment a few people have to make some hard decisions and be ready for harsh critique. Here it’s also important to understand that the “core” will not be static: As time passes, new members might be added to the core while others will resign.


2)    Funding, work and the community contributions
To reach our goals we’ll need the support of the Burst community.

We will need your ideas and creativity, your enthusiasm and sometime critique of what we should prioritize. We will need you to work with us, and sometimes also help out with funding of important things to move forward. The core group will be very active with work, discussions and making sure things proceed as planned. But our most important task will be to get you, the whole community, on-board on this journey that dev put us all on. Important will be to coordinate and manage all the Burst’s forthcoming PR activities and show results to everyone involved.

We need as many competent associated PR members from the community as possible. The core alone will not make the roadmap a reality, but your efforts and ideas will. In the thread on BurstForum.com we have a place for brainstorming of possible things we can and wish to do, where you also can indicate interest in participate in the work. Hence, this process will be very open to change and suggestions. Without the associated PR members, the core group is nothing.

In addition, Burst wasn’t pre-mined. Burst wasn’t a scam. Burst wasn’t an IPO/ICO. Burst has no funds, just the coins the community owns.

Burst was a perfectly fairly launched crypto-currency, notwithstanding all the technical innovations. That is of course awesome, but on the other side, this means that neither dev nor the PR team have any funds for bounties, donations or monetary means to pay (external) developers. Just think of the great looking website created by Wulf and mczarnek’s cooperation by internal funding.

We need more of the things like the website funding. This will not be any sort of “scam” or a one man’s show; we truly believe if everyone, from small miners to large investors, join their efforts and competences Burst will come a long way. As someone wrote: You should not ask what Burst can do for you, but what you can do for Burst.

Everyone can contribute with something: Working on a specific task on the roadmap, donating some of your earnings or come up with new ideas.

But why, you might ask, would you do that? Well, all the work put into Burst will increase your investment. Working for Burst in this way, is really just another way of mining new coins, developing advanced technological features of buying at the exchanges – except is free, collaborative and hopefully fun.

When funding a task is upcoming, we'll post about it separately.


3)   The PR Roadmap
The core members have spent a considerable amount of time to create a roadmap for PR activities and start working on some of them, but still it’s very much tentative. We need your input, comments, ideas and critique to create the ultimate roadmap.

Below is a number of tasks with a comments where we stand in the development process; points with no comment have not been attended yet.

•   Creating the website (done)
•   Contribute with more content to the website (see website and discuss with core members)
•   Creating backup for main website (done)
•   Create a core PR team for coordination and implementation of the roadmap (done)
•   Create a dev-fund (done). Here crowetic has been generous enough to donate percentage of his pool’s earnings. We urge the other pool ops to do the same! The Burst and BTC addresses will be found at the end of this text. Of course we will be fully transparent with who receive a donation or a bounty. (on-going)
•   Starting and maintaining a Twitter account. Preferably, the person doing this has a lot of connection in crypto; also more than one person can cooperate. This is significant as we’ll be able to spread news of Burst fast and interact with the overall crypto-community.
•   With Twitter and other PR means, organize a https://www.thunderclap.it/en for Burst.
•   Making a promo video with voice-over. The cost is estimated to 2.5 to 3 BTC. (planning stage)
•   Compile and maintain/update an investor-relevant information on bi-weekly basis in a concise single post/webpage, displaying information such as price-development overtime, emission rate, number of wallets and coins, and network size, along with a summary of technological and PR progress.
•   Creating and implementing an e-mail list, where news and developments are announce a couple of times a month.
•   Making an inventory of significant people in the crypto-community along with crypto-publications, including blogs, where we can send Burst news.
•   Writing articles for publications in online publications as well as printed media, together using the inventory above to get them published
•   Create an up-to-date mining guide for Windows (mostly done)
•   Create an up-to-date mining guide for Linux
•   Develop and maintaining a professional Facebook page
•   Develop and maintaining a professional Reddit page
•   Develop and maintaining a post or webpage with available assets
•   Be active in the troll boxes at Polo and c-cex. Note: this must be made in an appropriate way, but to remained traders of Burst once in a while can’t be bad. Doing it too much can, however, backfire.
•   Create a nice paper wallet.
•   As many comment, this thread is very long, confusing and hard to navigate. With dev’s help, we suggest to create a new ANN thread, keeping it very clean offering up-to-date guides to miners, information and news relevant for investors, many coming from the Roadmap. No mining questions would tolerated there. However, at the same time, this old thread should remain open, but be renamed it to something more suiting: After all, it will be the place for the never ending questions of mining.
•   Establish contacts with the major HDD manufactories to investigate their interest. We will display how many HDDs are in the network and its rapid growth, and thos might be an interesting marked for, e.g. WD and Seagate. (started)
•   Create games, from simple dice to casinos and poker.
•   Help a projects with hosting a Burst-related site   .
•   Contribute to bounties when such are announced.
•   Work towards getting Burst accepted as payment method.


4)    The Next Steps
Please contribute to the roadmap, by solving tasks, donation or come up with new ideas! The primary, initial channel for this will be the following thread on BurstForum.com ; use it for brainstorming, discuss new ideas and seek partners to work on a specific task. Those who joinwill, however, be invited to a working place we have developed for work, where we discuss things quite intensively.

You can also PM all the core members or email us at burst at countermail.com, an end-to-end encrypted service. When PMing or emailing, do expect longer times for answering then on the forums.

Those completing PR tasks, a member be listed in a Hall-of-Fame thread for their efforts, if they wish so! If you like work, please consider a donation.

This is the first post from the PR team, but we will be back shortly with updates. As one point above requires some funding, we will get present details for that very soon. Also, please note: Just because a member of the core make an announcement post like this, it's not the poster but the whole group posting. This text has significant contributions from the core members, just as we wish to work with you in the community.


Sincerely yours,
crowetic, Irontiga, mczarnek, mmmaybe, Nevril uray and Wulfcastle



To continue further innovative development, please donate:
BTC Donation Address: 1DasPNcGDHCdWzCkcv5j9wzZZGX5He8gyT
BURST Donation Address: BURST-FJ5X-H76P-YKVH-6DUUK
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December 20, 2014, 10:00:43 AM
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[...]
------ANNOUNCEMENT ------

Today we would like to make several announcements that a group of us been working on for a while behind the scenes. We’ll also give a bit of information about our future plans, plans we do hope you’ll take part off.

However, we are sorry for the wall of text even if we tried to keep it short, but some background info is needed to understand why we post this. Questions and comments about the content below are well-suited for BurstForum.com , but can also be asked here.

Please note, that the PR efforts have been discussed with dev and got his support.
[...]

Good job guys!
Keep up the good work!


...and check a few issues with "new lines" in the website...

"Burst's Wallet is easily the most user-friendly UI aro
und."

is how I see it on a 1600x900 screen... Justified or Centered should easily fix this.
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