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February 24, 2015, 08:58:06 AM
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what ist the status of the foundation ?  where are mdtspain and sovie ?   Looks like griffith is the now a one man team here ...

he is surely not the only one. Everybody is still on board and we got support from another member. Soon, when in-Wallet trading and Multiwallet features are ready we are going to create a complete new Thread for The trusted crypto group and it's coins. By doing that we hope to get attention from new investors and investors who are looking for a trusted Group of Coins to invest.

I think people are very tired from all the recent scams in the last few months

Ok nice to hear Smiley
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February 24, 2015, 07:11:08 PM
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at some point this week, more than likely tomorrow. i will make the windows installer for the new MWC wallet. basically. here is what happened:


in-wallet-trading works (probably could use some gui updates but i will do that later).

Problems(i guess): it works 100% on linux because you need to have openSSL installed to compile the wallet

windows: works if you have openSSL installed, which itself is a process. if you dont have it installed you will get a connection error. the reason for this error is we encrypted the connection to the cryptsy api to keep information safe, and without openSSL it wont know how to decode / encode the messages (this isnt exactly how it works but thats the gist of it)

so the installer will install all the necessary libraries for you (with your approval of course)  so that the in-wallet-trading will work

(i assume that there is a similar problem with macs, but further testing / feedback is needed)


so thats the hold up on that.
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February 25, 2015, 06:18:59 AM
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at some point this week, more than likely tomorrow. i will make the windows installer for the new MWC wallet. basically. here is what happened:


in-wallet-trading works (probably could use some gui updates but i will do that later).

Problems(i guess): it works 100% on linux because you need to have openSSL installed to compile the wallet

windows: works if you have openSSL installed, which itself is a process. if you dont have it installed you will get a connection error. the reason for this error is we encrypted the connection to the cryptsy api to keep information safe, and without openSSL it wont know how to decode / encode the messages (this isnt exactly how it works but thats the gist of it)

so the installer will install all the necessary libraries for you (with your approval of course)  so that the in-wallet-trading will work

(i assume that there is a similar problem with macs, but further testing / feedback is needed)


so thats the hold up on that.

You should try to work in a feature in which you can have the return amount automatically sent back to your wallet and look where you can use Bitcoin or other currencies and be sent to your cryptsy account, buy the specified Coins, and return them to your wallet or a specified address. I think what would be cool is if you could do connections through openssl to external wallets and have your own central control station of all your wallets as a light API itself.
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February 25, 2015, 01:23:03 PM
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at some point this week, more than likely tomorrow. i will make the windows installer for the new MWC wallet. basically. here is what happened:


in-wallet-trading works (probably could use some gui updates but i will do that later).

Problems(i guess): it works 100% on linux because you need to have openSSL installed to compile the wallet

windows: works if you have openSSL installed, which itself is a process. if you dont have it installed you will get a connection error. the reason for this error is we encrypted the connection to the cryptsy api to keep information safe, and without openSSL it wont know how to decode / encode the messages (this isnt exactly how it works but thats the gist of it)

so the installer will install all the necessary libraries for you (with your approval of course)  so that the in-wallet-trading will work

(i assume that there is a similar problem with macs, but further testing / feedback is needed)


so thats the hold up on that.



You should try to work in a feature in which you can have the return amount automatically sent back to your wallet and look where you can use Bitcoin or other currencies and be sent to your cryptsy account, buy the specified Coins, and return them to your wallet or a specified address. I think what would be cool is if you could do connections through openssl to external wallets and have your own central control station of all your wallets as a light API itself.

On mac the in wallet trading is working like it should. You are right we need to do some works on the gui.

As for sending amounts automaticly to the wallet, as Crestington refers to, I think that it's better to leave that up to the holder of the coin to decide. That is a withdraw and in my opinion we should NOT allow any kind of withdraws made via the wallet, this should be done via the website from the exchange using 2FA...not via API
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February 25, 2015, 01:49:18 PM
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at some point this week, more than likely tomorrow. i will make the windows installer for the new MWC wallet. basically. here is what happened:


in-wallet-trading works (probably could use some gui updates but i will do that later).

Problems(i guess): it works 100% on linux because you need to have openSSL installed to compile the wallet

windows: works if you have openSSL installed, which itself is a process. if you dont have it installed you will get a connection error. the reason for this error is we encrypted the connection to the cryptsy api to keep information safe, and without openSSL it wont know how to decode / encode the messages (this isnt exactly how it works but thats the gist of it)

so the installer will install all the necessary libraries for you (with your approval of course)  so that the in-wallet-trading will work

(i assume that there is a similar problem with macs, but further testing / feedback is needed)


so thats the hold up on that.



You should try to work in a feature in which you can have the return amount automatically sent back to your wallet and look where you can use Bitcoin or other currencies and be sent to your cryptsy account, buy the specified Coins, and return them to your wallet or a specified address. I think what would be cool is if you could do connections through openssl to external wallets and have your own central control station of all your wallets as a light API itself.

On mac the in wallet trading is working like it should. You are right we need to do some works on the gui.

As for sending amounts automaticly to the wallet, as Crestington refers to, I think that it's better to leave that up to the holder of the coin to decide. That is a withdraw and in my opinion we should NOT allow any kind of withdraws made via the wallet, this should be done via the website from the exchange using 2FA...not via API

Yeah and that is still really good though, probably the most advanced wallet yet but always can use improvement. Would be great to be able to have some kind of instant buy function, maybe where it's bought from the exchange from coins within the exchange and then an escrowed transaction for the coins?? How can the time be cut down between transfers of the coins and the destination? and in one click of a button? For mainstream adoption it will need to be so easy to use that people not familiar with Cryptocurrencies or technology at all can use it.

You should also create your team on http://slack.com , it'll help you communicate with each other more efficiently.
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February 25, 2015, 03:01:28 PM
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at some point this week, more than likely tomorrow. i will make the windows installer for the new MWC wallet. basically. here is what happened:


in-wallet-trading works (probably could use some gui updates but i will do that later).

Problems(i guess): it works 100% on linux because you need to have openSSL installed to compile the wallet

windows: works if you have openSSL installed, which itself is a process. if you dont have it installed you will get a connection error. the reason for this error is we encrypted the connection to the cryptsy api to keep information safe, and without openSSL it wont know how to decode / encode the messages (this isnt exactly how it works but thats the gist of it)

so the installer will install all the necessary libraries for you (with your approval of course)  so that the in-wallet-trading will work

(i assume that there is a similar problem with macs, but further testing / feedback is needed)


so thats the hold up on that.



You should try to work in a feature in which you can have the return amount automatically sent back to your wallet and look where you can use Bitcoin or other currencies and be sent to your cryptsy account, buy the specified Coins, and return them to your wallet or a specified address. I think what would be cool is if you could do connections through openssl to external wallets and have your own central control station of all your wallets as a light API itself.

On mac the in wallet trading is working like it should. You are right we need to do some works on the gui.

As for sending amounts automaticly to the wallet, as Crestington refers to, I think that it's better to leave that up to the holder of the coin to decide. That is a withdraw and in my opinion we should NOT allow any kind of withdraws made via the wallet, this should be done via the website from the exchange using 2FA...not via API

Yeah and that is still really good though, probably the most advanced wallet yet but always can use improvement. Would be great to be able to have some kind of instant buy function, maybe where it's bought from the exchange from coins within the exchange and then an escrowed transaction for the coins?? How can the time be cut down between transfers of the coins and the destination? and in one click of a button? For mainstream adoption it will need to be so easy to use that people not familiar with Cryptocurrencies or technology at all can use it.

You should also create your team on http://slack.com , it'll help you communicate with each other more efficiently.

I think there is some misunderstanding. I am not sure if you understand what the trading does, so let me explain.

The trading is NOT using the coins that are in your wallet and is NOT using the blockchain.
What we are using is the API from the Exchange to trade on it. For you to be able to trade on it, you will need the coins to be on the exchange, in this case Cryptsy.
All the coins that are available on Cryptsy, are available in the wallet....if you want to trade them.

The next step will be a wallet that can control more then 1 coin. Griffith is working on this, besides the trading.

Now we know that the next question will be "How will our coin bennefit from this all?". For us to reach the goal of a Decentralized Exchange we want to be able to comunicate with the exchanges. That technology is being used on this moment (trading). The MultiWallet will make it possible to control more then 1 wallet from 1 interface. This will be one of the most important steps (in my opinion) to finaly reach the point of a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange.

A decentralized cryptocurrency exchange is something totaly different than a decentralized marketplace. In affect the Multiwallet will become an small "private" cryptocurrency exchange on your computer. You will become the owner of your part of that Exchange. You will control your coins on your computer and if you want to trade them, you will put them for sale.... The coins will only leave your computer when they are sold.

All of this is an ongoing process and the bennefit will only become visable when it's all finished....not before.
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February 25, 2015, 03:19:50 PM
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You should try to work in a feature in which you can have the return amount automatically sent back to your wallet and look where you can use Bitcoin or other currencies and be sent to your cryptsy account, buy the specified Coins, and return them to your wallet or a specified address. I think what would be cool is if you could do connections through openssl to external wallets and have your own central control station of all your wallets as a light API itself.


Yeah and that is still really good though, probably the most advanced wallet yet but always can use improvement. Would be great to be able to have some kind of instant buy function, maybe where it's bought from the exchange from coins within the exchange and then an escrowed transaction for the coins?? How can the time be cut down between transfers of the coins and the destination? and in one click of a button? For mainstream adoption it will need to be so easy to use that people not familiar with Cryptocurrencies or technology at all can use it.

You should also create your team on http://slack.com , it'll help you communicate with each other more efficiently.

i watched the slack video. slack isnt needed. we all use skype for desktop comms. and an app for mobile comms. both let you send files and voice chat, so slack isnt really needed. i have considered doing a forum for TC but right now i dont see it as really needed etiher. at least not until we are a few more steps down the road

right now the in-wallet-trading doesnt allow you to withdraw or deposit coins into your exchange account for security reasons(well, deposit isnt really a security reason but it works with the api the same way withdraw does so....)

if you are going to connect to your other wallets on your computer... 1. you dont need ssl because the connections are local. ssl is a protocl for use over http (the internet) for secure connections. 2. you need the pub and priv key from your wallet to send anything anyway so you need the wallet to be running and access to your wallet.dat file, at which point why just not use the wallet cuz its open?

as far as the wallet goes... with the in-wallet-trading and the other updates i am working on. im actually starting to shift ECC MWC and SUPER away from the idea/concept of a "wallet" for your coins. and more towards an application/program that allows you to use all of your crypto-tools in one place, on of those tools being your coin accounts (wallets) for the coins that you own. MWC will more than likely be the base for using the functions on the application
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March 05, 2015, 06:06:26 PM
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new BE for MWC

http://blockexperts.com/mwc

hosting has been paid for the next year
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March 09, 2015, 02:54:31 PM
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new BE for MWC

http://blockexperts.com/mwc

hosting has been paid for the next year


Still here. Still eager Smiley

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March 09, 2015, 03:27:42 PM
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We are in progress preparing a complete new thread for the Trusted Crypto Group with detailed information about future plans and aims.  This will hopefully attract a lot of new investor and build up a huge community.

so stay tuned guys

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March 10, 2015, 07:35:57 AM
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We are in progress preparing a complete new thread for the Trusted Crypto Group with detailed information about future plans and aims.  This will hopefully attract a lot of new investor and build up a huge community.

so stay tuned guys

Will this replace all 3 threads (MWC, SUPER, ECC)?
It would be a great first step to bring the 3 comunities together this way...

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March 10, 2015, 01:55:10 PM
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We are in progress preparing a complete new thread for the Trusted Crypto Group with detailed information about future plans and aims.  This will hopefully attract a lot of new investor and build up a huge community.

so stay tuned guys

Will this replace all 3 threads (MWC, SUPER, ECC)?
It would be a great first step to bring the 3 comunities together this way...

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yes it will
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March 10, 2015, 04:39:33 PM
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You run 3 coins and call that "Trusted Crypto Group"?

I cant find Multiwallet or ECCoin at Coingecko rankings. WTF
SUPER ranks at place 177. https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/supercoin

WTF
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March 10, 2015, 05:44:45 PM
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You run 3 coins and call that "Trusted Crypto Group"?

I cant find Multiwallet or ECCoin at Coingecko rankings. WTF
SUPER ranks at place 177. https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/supercoin

WTF


The group name is to associate the three coins together and show that one group of people is doing dev for all 3.

btw: wtf is coingecko? ive never even herd of that.

they are all on an actual coin ranking site though (http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/)
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March 10, 2015, 06:05:31 PM
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Most people would say CoinGecko is the best cryptocurrency ranking page. It lists the world's top cryptocurrencies and ranks them based on key aspects such as developer activity, community, liquidity, market capitalization and public interest.

The ranking algo is explained under: https://www.coingecko.com/en/methodology.
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March 10, 2015, 06:55:37 PM
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Most people would say CoinGecko is the best cryptocurrency ranking page. It lists the world's top cryptocurrencies and ranks them based on key aspects such as developer activity, community, liquidity, market capitalization and public interest.

The ranking algo is explained under: https://www.coingecko.com/en/methodology.

Looks at the number of search results on Bing and the Alexa rank of the official coin website.

well there you go

anyone doing their googling on bing ?
i didnt think so

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Most people would say CoinGecko is the best cryptocurrency ranking page. It lists the world's top cryptocurrencies and ranks them based on key aspects such as developer activity, community, liquidity, market capitalization and public interest.

The ranking algo is explained under: https://www.coingecko.com/en/methodology.


We will contact them to see if they want to list the coins
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March 18, 2015, 08:13:07 PM
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Hello somebody alive here ?
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March 18, 2015, 08:32:10 PM
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Hello somebody alive here ?

Yes we are. We are entering a very exciting period. Expect mayor news at the end of this weekend
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March 18, 2015, 08:38:46 PM
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Hello somebody alive here ?

Yes we are. We are entering a very exciting period. Expect mayor news at the end of this weekend
These news are related to all of your coins, right?
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