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October 07, 2014, 11:33:37 PM
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There will be no additional coin


There will be no dilution of Fibre


We will find the funds required through the current method of donations


Lets not have any more discussion on this as people are using it to spread FUD on the troll boxes, going around saying we are abandoning Fibre and starting a new coin


All that took place was a debate on how we can fund block cypher and further development, this has been blown out of proportion



Fibre is one of very few coins that are FUD free, the Fudders have had a field day today! Do not encourage them further

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October 07, 2014, 11:58:42 PM
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Why does it seem like this coin has blown apart in the days I have been away? NOT FUD legitimate question
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October 08, 2014, 12:13:22 AM
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Why does it seem like this coin has blown apart in the days I have been away? NOT FUD legitimate question

Why does your profile have all those warnings all over it? Legitimate question, not FUD.

"Give me fuel, give me FIBRE, give me that which I desire."
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October 08, 2014, 12:16:43 AM
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For the record, I'm buying up a lot more coin today, it will be reflected in the price soon.

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October 08, 2014, 12:25:55 AM
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For the record, I'm buying up a lot more coin today, it will be reflected in the price soon.

wnw



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October 08, 2014, 12:26:00 AM
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Why does it seem like this coin has blown apart in the days I have been away? NOT FUD legitimate question
I think Kuriso's post pretty much summed it up.  I'm not sure where the discussion went south but outside people on other sites I seen were making it out to be something it wasn't. Someone on cryptsy troll box was saying Fibre had forked and some other nonsense I tried to explain the situation but the trolls type so fast likely no one saw it before it scrolled.

I'm actually intrigued at how much the devs here listen to the community and actually try to let them have a say so in the future of fibre as I haven't seen this really in any other coin. While I think that's a great and upstanding thing to do most of us "I" included don't get what it takes to make an alt successful so sometimes I think they should go with their gut on making some decisions and it would end a lot of unnecessary negative rants that actually cause confusion.
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October 08, 2014, 12:38:31 AM
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Fibre had 650k coins, will multi pool increase the number of coins? The price went down is it because of multipool?

No mined coins are just exchanged for existing fibre and multipool just launched today that should actually add buy pressure raising the price

Thanks for explaining.
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October 08, 2014, 06:03:31 AM
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Good morning all

Killakem is right , we don`t need anymore discussion about it

Don`t encourage Fudders anymore please, just squash the fud in trollboxes

We are looking into alternate solution to BlockCypher already

Revision 2 beta testing commencing on Saturday 11th October

Articles for every new feature are being prepared

Let`s just focus on development and updates ! Please let`s cut it here

There will be no additional coin


There will be no dilution of Fibre


We will find the funds required through the current method of donations


Lets not have any more discussion on this as people are using it to spread FUD on the troll boxes, going around saying we are abandoning Fibre and starting a new coin


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October 08, 2014, 06:06:39 AM
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Fibre had 650k coins, will multi pool increase the number of coins? The price went down is it because of multipool?

No mined coins are just exchanged for existing fibre and multipool just launched today that should actually add buy pressure raising the price

Multipool is mining most profitable coins , selling them then buying existing Fibre which increases the price and sending exchanged Fibre to You

Fibre Multipool

Active algos - x11 , scrypt and sha256

http://fibre.xpool.ca

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October 08, 2014, 06:34:13 AM
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Official news story Cheesy

http://www.coinssource.com/fibre-the-future-cryptocurrencies-brings-innovation/

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We got yesterday highest score from Coins Source

They created too very good article about Fibre , please spread the word

http://www.coinssource.com/fibre-the-future-cryptocurrencies-brings-innovation/


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October 08, 2014, 06:41:14 AM
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Remember , when FibreOS tests started public testers became private testers!

Counting on You on Saturday

Revision2 testers list

1.Nightz 2.BrewCrew (BrewCrewFan) 3.lolz (TheMilkman) 4.th00ber 5.brookefinancial 6.meccaflare0 7.Krushang 8.theoretical 9.whale123 10.ndan13 11.Bierworst 12.darkproton 13.user26 14.philipvdlinde 15.mrcashking 16.shack4 17.TMoney508


We will make massive action with screens, feedbacks etc on 11th

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>UPDATE<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

I wanted to start the funding debate, so that we could come up with a plan. It was not started to cause a split in our community or uncertantiy.

I'm removing the Poll and I would appreciate if this was not discussed further.

I know you wont donate but the donation addresses are in the ANN. The future of Fibre is heavily dependent on Block Cypher as was set out in the Road Map that has been available since 1 week after launch. Transaction mixing and Block Cypher were clearly marked as community funded, we are delivering the Fibre Mixer in Rev2 so no funding is required. We can not develop our own Block Cypher so this will have to be funded, we have been fund raising for 1 month and have raised 1btc.


Development update

Revision 2

Release Date: 18 October


Rev2 is coming along great. Some of you maybe aware that for the most part Rev2 was ready to go. We gave ourself's some time between announcement and release to get our fancy marketing material in place, also to prepare press releases (Which will come out of my own pocket).

Fibre Mixer
We have successfully implemented the Fibre Mixer into the Fibre base source code. It is currently undergoing internal testing, which has been going well. We have an internal date of Saturday the 11th to have it ready for external private Beta testing.

One Wallet To Rule Them All
Our new wallet with switchable TOR support is ready to go and has gone through rigorous internal testing. Private Beta testing will begin on the 11th of October.

Tor support in the Fibre Daemon
The TOR support for the Daemon is ready to go and has been tested successfully. Private Beta testing will begin on the 11th of October.

 
FibreDark Gateway
The FibreDark gateway is ready to go, external Private Beta testing will begin on the 11th of October.

Regards
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October 08, 2014, 06:50:42 AM
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Don`t forget to visit our awesome multipool too , hashes are increasing Smiley

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October 08, 2014, 07:09:08 AM
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Fibre had 650k coins, will multi pool increase the number of coins? The price went down is it because of multipool?

No mined coins are just exchanged for existing fibre and multipool just launched today that should actually add buy pressure raising the price

Multipool is mining most profitable coins , selling them then buying existing Fibre which increases the price and sending exchanged Fibre to You

Fibre Multipool

Active algos - x11 , scrypt and sha256

http://fibre.xpool.ca

14 miners today! Lets get 20 till end of the week. Spread the word guys!

We as the community have to step up and help the Fibre Team to promote this great coin.
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October 08, 2014, 07:35:54 AM
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FIBRE-EUR trading available now at litebit.eu

https://twitter.com/PeterConen/status/519458825469169664


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October 08, 2014, 08:10:08 AM
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lots of great news! damn
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October 08, 2014, 09:09:45 AM
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lots of great news! damn
but people are still selling it does not make sense Huh
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October 08, 2014, 09:19:01 AM
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Well , let them sell , on weekend we will see some movement again Smiley

lots of great news! damn
but people are still selling it does not make sense Huh



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October 08, 2014, 09:30:57 AM
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Well , let them sell , on weekend we will see some movement again Smiley

lots of great news! damn
but people are still selling it does not make sense Huh




that's right, let weak hands sell, smart investors buy and use.
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October 08, 2014, 09:59:20 AM
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Don`t forget to visit our awesome multipool too , hashes are increasing Smiley

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http://fibre.xpool.ca


Is there a way to know estimated earning with my hash power?
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