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Author Topic: [ANN] Syscoin- FINAL 2.0 LAUNCHED! *ENCRYPTION, MARKETPLACE, BTC INTEGRATION*  (Read 582122 times)
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September 16, 2014, 05:41:30 AM
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Dude you are going TOO far with comments like that.  

DEV.........PLEASE have this clown banned from this thread, NOBODY should have to put up with remarks like that!!!

He's been reported, sorry I'm leaving his posts up so hopefully some moderator will come in here and help us out.  Angry Roll Eyes

In lighter news - more progress!


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September 16, 2014, 02:47:36 PM
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And another one

Latest News (16th Sep 2014): Syscoin can now be cloud mined on Eobot.com


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September 16, 2014, 03:17:17 PM
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Syscoin is gaining ever more of an adoption, We have made it onto the preliminary list of coins to be adapted into the Casheer App FULL DETAILS
Do I need an account to read this? It's wrong decision to restrict an anonymous access to the forum.

2. I agree with some (I follow both threads from June): team lacks professionalism in terms of communication.
The most important thing - a little more respect, or simply polite.

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September 16, 2014, 04:01:04 PM
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Dude you are going TOO far with comments like that.  

DEV.........PLEASE have this clown banned from this thread, NOBODY should have to put up with remarks like that!!!

He's been reported, sorry I'm leaving his posts up so hopefully some moderator will come in here and help us out.  Angry Roll Eyes

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Finally! Some substance among all the kiddie crap. Good job guys, keep it up, ever forward!


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September 16, 2014, 05:32:13 PM
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Dude you are going TOO far with comments like that.  

DEV.........PLEASE have this clown banned from this thread, NOBODY should have to put up with remarks like that!!!

He's been reported, sorry I'm leaving his posts up so hopefully some moderator will come in here and help us out.  Angry Roll Eyes

In lighter news - more progress!



Finally! Some substance among all the kiddie crap. Good job guys, keep it up, ever forward!


Dont forget about this one either


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Latest News (16th Sep 2014): Syscoin can now be cloud mined on Eobot.com


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September 16, 2014, 08:26:42 PM
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nice progress with website, price is fckd up (i better don't check Grin)..devs can you start a poll about joining to SuperNET? (if possible)

I don't personally know much about it, but it seems many are saying SuperNet is a big scam.

Not likely mate, good well respected people behind it. Seems everything associated with crypto-currency gets the scam moniker sooner or later deservedly or not...

I agree its not a scam at least not from the looks of it- and it is very technical. SuperNET is not a coin itself per se but a network of coins which can then leverage each other's features. The question for Syscoin is whether or not the coins that are part of this network provide enough additional value to merit Syscoin joining the network and "sharing" its features with all these other coins. We are watching the progression of the SuperNET project, and will continue to monitor as other coins join this network and re-evaluate the possibility of Syscoin joining as well. Right now its just NXT, BTCD and BBR.


Maybe I don't understand the casheer app properly but are we not just adding syscoin features to a ripple product by being part of it? Are there any benefits other than increased visibility for SYS (which is obviously important). Just wondering if it's a similar scenario to supernet where the costs and benefits of joining are being carefully considered.
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September 16, 2014, 08:47:36 PM
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Looks like this cois just been added on eobot merged mining or taking sha mining and converting into other cryptos on the fly.

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September 16, 2014, 09:14:02 PM
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Looks like this cois just been added on eobot merged mining or taking sha mining and converting into other cryptos on the fly.
Also, it made a big jump in value with a 2.74 BTC buy on MintPal
oh and now I see someone could not hold his SYS and sold 0.001 BTC dropping the price back down...

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September 16, 2014, 09:15:44 PM
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nice progress with website, price is fckd up (i better don't check Grin)..devs can you start a poll about joining to SuperNET? (if possible)

I don't personally know much about it, but it seems many are saying SuperNet is a big scam.

Not likely mate, good well respected people behind it. Seems everything associated with crypto-currency gets the scam moniker sooner or later deservedly or not...

I agree its not a scam at least not from the looks of it- and it is very technical. SuperNET is not a coin itself per se but a network of coins which can then leverage each other's features. The question for Syscoin is whether or not the coins that are part of this network provide enough additional value to merit Syscoin joining the network and "sharing" its features with all these other coins. We are watching the progression of the SuperNET project, and will continue to monitor as other coins join this network and re-evaluate the possibility of Syscoin joining as well. Right now its just NXT, BTCD and BBR.


Maybe I don't understand the casheer app properly but are we not just adding syscoin features to a ripple product by being part of it? Are there any benefits other than increased visibility for SYS (which is obviously important). Just wondering if it's a similar scenario to supernet where the costs and benefits of joining are being carefully considered.

Casheer is really about commerce and are not really comparable to supernet.
You can read more about it here http://casheer.net/

We are still keeping an eye on supernet, but as Dan said it is very much a work in progress.
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September 16, 2014, 09:35:20 PM
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nice progress with website, price is fckd up (i better don't check Grin)..devs can you start a poll about joining to SuperNET? (if possible)

I don't personally know much about it, but it seems many are saying SuperNet is a big scam.

Not likely mate, good well respected people behind it. Seems everything associated with crypto-currency gets the scam moniker sooner or later deservedly or not...

I agree its not a scam at least not from the looks of it- and it is very technical. SuperNET is not a coin itself per se but a network of coins which can then leverage each other's features. The question for Syscoin is whether or not the coins that are part of this network provide enough additional value to merit Syscoin joining the network and "sharing" its features with all these other coins. We are watching the progression of the SuperNET project, and will continue to monitor as other coins join this network and re-evaluate the possibility of Syscoin joining as well. Right now its just NXT, BTCD and BBR.


Maybe I don't understand the casheer app properly but are we not just adding syscoin features to a ripple product by being part of it? Are there any benefits other than increased visibility for SYS (which is obviously important). Just wondering if it's a similar scenario to supernet where the costs and benefits of joining are being carefully considered.

Casheer is really about commerce and are not really comparable to supernet.
You can read more about it here http://casheer.net/

We are still keeping an eye on supernet, but as Dan said it is very much a work in progress.

Thanks for your reply. I have already gone to the Casheer website and looked around, to be honest there isn't much actual information on there beyond describing the payment functionality. 

I may not have been clear in my post but I wasn't comparing the functionality of casheer and supernet. It was more a question of asking what the benefit is for syscoin of joining casheer. We get more visibility which is certainly important, but are we not also helping ripple since casheer is built on their platform? Not saying that two projects can’t coexist or be synergistic, just not really seeing the obvious benefit here if we already have payment and marketplace functionality built into syscoin. Casheer just strikes me as a nice-looking app that allows you to pay in different currencies.   
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September 16, 2014, 09:40:54 PM
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Just to see if anyone got their goodies... still waiting mine, don't event know if they shipped...
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September 16, 2014, 09:44:52 PM
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Just to see if anyone got their goodies... still waiting mine, don't event know if they shipped...

I think they shipped early last week.  Not too sure.  I haven't gotten mine yet.
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Just to see if anyone got their goodies... still waiting mine, don't event know if they shipped...

I think they shipped early last week.  Not too sure.  I haven't gotten mine yet.

Everything has shipped alright. You should start seeing these arriving shortly.
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nice progress with website, price is fckd up (i better don't check Grin)..devs can you start a poll about joining to SuperNET? (if possible)

I don't personally know much about it, but it seems many are saying SuperNet is a big scam.

Not likely mate, good well respected people behind it. Seems everything associated with crypto-currency gets the scam moniker sooner or later deservedly or not...

I agree its not a scam at least not from the looks of it- and it is very technical. SuperNET is not a coin itself per se but a network of coins which can then leverage each other's features. The question for Syscoin is whether or not the coins that are part of this network provide enough additional value to merit Syscoin joining the network and "sharing" its features with all these other coins. We are watching the progression of the SuperNET project, and will continue to monitor as other coins join this network and re-evaluate the possibility of Syscoin joining as well. Right now its just NXT, BTCD and BBR.


Maybe I don't understand the casheer app properly but are we not just adding syscoin features to a ripple product by being part of it? Are there any benefits other than increased visibility for SYS (which is obviously important). Just wondering if it's a similar scenario to supernet where the costs and benefits of joining are being carefully considered.

Casheer is really about commerce and are not really comparable to supernet.
You can read more about it here http://casheer.net/

We are still keeping an eye on supernet, but as Dan said it is very much a work in progress.

Thanks for your reply. I have already gone to the Casheer website and looked around, to be honest there isn't much actual information on there beyond describing the payment functionality. 

I may not have been clear in my post but I wasn't comparing the functionality of casheer and supernet. It was more a question of asking what the benefit is for syscoin of joining casheer. We get more visibility which is certainly important, but are we not also helping ripple since casheer is built on their platform? Not saying that two projects can’t coexist or be synergistic, just not really seeing the obvious benefit here if we already have payment and marketplace functionality built into syscoin. Casheer just strikes me as a nice-looking app that allows you to pay in different currencies.   


As you say visibility is very important. I do agree there is a bit of overlap in sections, but there are however a lot of features that will compliment Syscoin.
In relation to helping/using ripple, I don't really see that as a big issue. I personally do not think crypto should be a game of us vs them in general, if there are benefits in collaborating and partnering with other services and/or companies then it would silly to not explore this.
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September 16, 2014, 11:59:32 PM
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When will i recieve the merchandise? I´ve participated in the IPO.
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September 17, 2014, 12:08:36 AM
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who were dumping SYS at current low price,
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September 17, 2014, 12:13:28 AM
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I am a multipool operator who recently added syscoin merged mining.

I am able to find blocks but there is a problem in the wallet that makes it impossible to spend them. Rescanning or redownloading the blockchain isn't helping.

After mining, generated blocks are displayed normally but after restarting the wallet or failing to spend coins the mining transactions appear corrupted and their values are no longer counted in the balance (even though the inputs are never spent as shown by block explorers or listunspend).
This is how corrupted transactions appear in listtransactions:

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        "account" : "",
        "address" : "",
        "category" : "send",
        "amount" : 0.00000000,
        "fee" : 0.00000000,
        "confirmations" : 523,
        "generated" : true,
        "blockhash" : "b803a2778b18bfc9920694657744ad0fb14f6cb913959f05223c4871f30f9696",
        "blockindex" : 0,
        "blocktime" : 1410882473,
        "txid" : "92d0d5702f27d9e3904615f317b694cb4768383526e30878b143de8a027b48e3",
        "time" : 1410882473,
        "data" : "",
        "timereceived" : 1410882493
    },
    {
        "account" : "",
        "address" : "",
        "category" : "send",
        "amount" : 0.00000000,
        "fee" : 0.00000000,
        "confirmations" : 514,
        "generated" : true,
        "blockhash" : "00dcc6f254337b2904501ce3dcb53ed896e57db90e4eb0479082919edc8f2ec8",
        "blockindex" : 0,
        "blocktime" : 1410882873,
        "txid" : "5f12a5e4f37a7638e92f417f5209fae99e3787c02fc3ecbee0bd9c71b8d29171",
        "time" : 1410882873,
        "data" : "",
        "timereceived" : 1410882906
    },
    {
        "account" : "",
        "address" : "",
        "category" : "send",
        "amount" : 0.00000000,
        "fee" : 0.00000000,
        "confirmations" : 412,
        "generated" : true,
        "blockhash" : "42c173ba09a4b2b5e1a0d534dbcccb0595cdf50eb1b5f82ed89b84477034193b",
        "blockindex" : 0,
        "blocktime" : 1410887501,
        "txid" : "b1a8fac016ede2fcc1fd586f623fba8d1efff471649ff7acbc9af7de4ac06026",
        "time" : 1410887501,
        "data" : "",
        "timereceived" : 1410887518
    }

Please note that I'm also merge mining DOGE with no issue, so it's most likely a wallet bug.
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September 17, 2014, 12:42:11 AM
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I added Syscoin to the voting page of CoinWarz.com. This is a very useful and often visited site to calculate the most profitable coin to mine. I used to use this to see which coin to mine and then point my miners that way.
Anyway, please go vote for SYSCOIN! One vote per hour! http://www.coinwarz.com/voting. Also, you can "pay" for votes. Each 0.0005 BTC received will count for 1 community vote.

Let's do this bitches! Lets get syscoin on coinwarz.com
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September 17, 2014, 12:53:29 AM
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.........Let's do this bitches! Lets get syscoin on coinwarz.com
vote in!

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I might throw in some BTC to up the votes... If you guys think it will help the coin? It says even if it's rank 1 it won't necessarily be added to coinwarz tho....
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