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Question: Would You like a design a new logo competition? There will be a bounty for a professional designed logo and the bounty will relflect this!
yes i think we need a better logo
No i like our logo and want it to stay the same
We should pay a professional to do it from community funds

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November 22, 2014, 01:27:45 PM
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yes i think we need a better logo and we should pay a professional to do it from community funds
   
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November 22, 2014, 03:54:19 PM
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I think we already have a quite cool new logo (from the logo contest two months ago). It will be changed with the next wallet update ... ?!?!  Huh
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November 22, 2014, 04:02:44 PM
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I think we already have a quite cool new logo (from the logo contest two months ago). It will be changed with the next wallet update ... ?!?!  Huh

Yes there is a different logo and we got a proffessional to help out as well
and yes it should be inculded in the next wallet redesign.
We are also working on a new ann update will most likely include the new logo
and a number of other cool stuff.
There are a number of initiatives in the works and i'm hoping in the next 10 days
or so they will bare fruit for us all.

keep minting Wink
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November 25, 2014, 11:59:30 AM
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In wallet trading update

We are in the final stage from the development for the in wallet trading fase1. Al the code has been written from "0", we are now testing the whole trading module for the Cryptsy Exchange on Windows, Mac and Linux, hoping to find some bugs that accure for the different operating systems, that we than can try to resolve.

Now that we have written the complete code for the Cryptsy Exchange, we can adapt that easy for other Exchanges. Most of the Exchanges have minor differences that can be adapted and then tested.

We have decided to launch the first version with 2 Exchanges (Cryptsy and Bittrex). This means we need to launch a new wallet. Additional Exchanges require again a new wallet, unless we make wallets with and wallets without the in wallet trading.

We would like to hear from you all, what Exchanges you would like to see added to the MWC wallet.
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November 25, 2014, 05:28:08 PM
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I think poloniex and bter would be a good choice ...
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November 25, 2014, 09:39:51 PM
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In wallet trading update

We are in the final stage from the development for the in wallet trading fase1. Al the code has been written from "0", we are now testing the whole trading module for the Cryptsy Exchange on Windows, Mac and Linux, hoping to find some bugs that accure for the different operating systems, that we than can try to resolve.

Now that we have written the complete code for the Cryptsy Exchange, we can adapt that easy for other Exchanges. Most of the Exchanges have minor differences that can be adapted and then tested.

We have decided to launch the first version with 2 Exchanges (Cryptsy and Bittrex). This means we need to launch a new wallet. Additional Exchanges require again a new wallet, unless we make wallets with and wallets without the in wallet trading.

We would like to hear from you all, what Exchanges you would like to see added to the MWC wallet.

I think Cryptsy is a good choice, I have my reservations about Bittrex and their ICO's, I also think Poloniex and Bter are good.
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November 26, 2014, 02:44:52 AM
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24hour volume

1. Bitfinex
2. BitStamp
3. BTC-E
4. OkCoin
5. LakeBTC
6. itBit
7. BTC38
8. Kraken
9. Bter
10. Cryptsy
11. HitBTC
12. Bittrex
13. CCEDK
14. BTC100
15. Poloniex

Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/volume/24-hour/
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November 26, 2014, 10:22:53 AM
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24hour volume

1. Bitfinex
2. BitStamp
3. BTC-E
4. OkCoin
5. LakeBTC
6. itBit
7. BTC38
8. Kraken
9. Bter
10. Cryptsy
11. HitBTC
12. Bittrex
13. CCEDK
14. BTC100
15. Poloniex

Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/volume/24-hour/

Oh CCEDK is on there, they are doing pretty good, more volume than Poloniex. BTC-E hasn't taken any new Coins in a long time
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November 29, 2014, 02:00:40 PM
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In wallet trading update

We are in the final stage from the development for the in wallet trading fase1. Al the code has been written from "0", we are now testing the whole trading module for the Cryptsy Exchange on Windows, Mac and Linux, hoping to find some bugs that accure for the different operating systems, that we than can try to resolve.

Now that we have written the complete code for the Cryptsy Exchange, we can adapt that easy for other Exchanges. Most of the Exchanges have minor differences that can be adapted and then tested.

We have decided to launch the first version with 2 Exchanges (Cryptsy and Bittrex). This means we need to launch a new wallet. Additional Exchanges require again a new wallet, unless we make wallets with and wallets without the in wallet trading.

We would like to hear from you all, what Exchanges you would like to see added to the MWC wallet.

I think Cryptsy is a good choice, I have my reservations about Bittrex and their ICO's, I also think Poloniex and Bter are good.

For now I would just get the wallet with in wallet trading working... then create a wallet without it.


-Pickle
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November 29, 2014, 04:45:01 PM
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In wallet trading update

We are in the final stage from the development for the in wallet trading fase1. Al the code has been written from "0", we are now testing the whole trading module for the Cryptsy Exchange on Windows, Mac and Linux, hoping to find some bugs that accure for the different operating systems, that we than can try to resolve.

Now that we have written the complete code for the Cryptsy Exchange, we can adapt that easy for other Exchanges. Most of the Exchanges have minor differences that can be adapted and then tested.

We have decided to launch the first version with 2 Exchanges (Cryptsy and Bittrex). This means we need to launch a new wallet. Additional Exchanges require again a new wallet, unless we make wallets with and wallets without the in wallet trading.

We would like to hear from you all, what Exchanges you would like to see added to the MWC wallet.

I think Cryptsy is a good choice, I have my reservations about Bittrex and their ICO's, I also think Poloniex and Bter are good.

For now I would just get the wallet with in wallet trading working... then create a wallet without it.


-Pickle

There is already a mwc wallet available without inwallet trading that is anonymous.
It is the present wallet that was released a month ago.
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November 30, 2014, 08:38:54 AM
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best project ever Cheesy

reality ? you fell to Scammers after being in an ICO , IPO
(more like any other stock and index in the world ICO or not got your portfolio down 25 % or 85 %)
Now  SEC is helping you getting back up your lost money maybe....
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November 30, 2014, 11:17:51 PM
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Great work guys - keep voting  Grin

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December 01, 2014, 02:44:23 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0
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December 01, 2014, 03:08:59 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

(soon to be released)  != (already does this)
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December 01, 2014, 03:27:33 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

(soon to be released)  != (already does this)

Well it does already do this on my system.. Guess it will be a few weeks before you'll see it doing it on yours.

 Cool
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December 01, 2014, 05:11:05 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

(soon to be released)  != (already does this)

Well it does already do this on my system.. Guess it will be a few weeks before you'll see it doing it on yours.

 Cool

We don't need to see it we have it already and are working on much bigger things relating to it.
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December 01, 2014, 06:06:27 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

(soon to be released)  != (already does this)

Well it does already do this on my system.. Guess it will be a few weeks before you'll see it doing it on yours.

 Cool

We don't need to see it we have it already and are working on much bigger things relating to it.

Mk. Suit yourself.

But this is nothing compared to what I am working on.

Wish you the best though. Anything to keep ripple off the charts is good.

Lord knows the last thing we want is a centralized monetary system.
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December 01, 2014, 06:12:22 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

(soon to be released)  != (already does this)

Well it does already do this on my system.. Guess it will be a few weeks before you'll see it doing it on yours.

 Cool

We don't need to see it we have it already and are working on much bigger things relating to it.

Mk. Suit yourself.

But this is nothing compared to what I am working on.

Wish you the best though. Anything to keep ripple off the charts is good.

Lord knows the last thing we want is a centralized monetary system.


its written in java? i smell possible jvm problems ( i just personally hate java and think the jvm is severely outdated, although the multiple platform usability of the jvm is nice).

ours is in c++

may the better language win.

(unmanaged languages ftw)
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December 01, 2014, 06:36:35 AM
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Java or C++

I guess the crypto community will be the judge in the end,

however our roadmap is clear that we are not reliant on only

multiple coin support but inwallet trading which is complete

and in the testing phase and other items so yes competiton

is welcome and friendly in the spirit of what we are all trying

to achieve a working and viable alternative to the present

corrupt banking system Wink
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December 01, 2014, 09:06:21 AM
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The soon to be released goldcoin client already does this.

K thx bai  Cool Cool

https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

(soon to be released)  != (already does this)

Well it does already do this on my system.. Guess it will be a few weeks before you'll see it doing it on yours.

 Cool

We don't need to see it we have it already and are working on much bigger things relating to it.

Mk. Suit yourself.

But this is nothing compared to what I am working on.

Wish you the best though. Anything to keep ripple off the charts is good.

Lord knows the last thing we want is a centralized monetary system.


Nice to see that the competion stays sharp. Looks like you are also doing a great job.

Success with your project....lets work hard and put pressure on the centralized system
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