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Author Topic: [ANN] xCash : First Coin Feat. 100% Stealth Anon - NEW xChange P2P OTC  (Read 139738 times)
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September 10, 2014, 11:09:21 AM
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Warning:  Withdraws not working on Cryptsy  Angry

You have to use a 'normal' address.
Hey I just learned about this project when it came live on Cryptsy. Trying to withdraw, what do you mean by 'normal' address? sorry for my lack of understanding on this. thanks!

Short one instead of long one.
How would I go about creating a short address in my wallet? or better yet how would I generate a short address on Bittrex if I wanted to transfer from Cryptsy? Thanks for the guidance!

Send some coins to your wallet. Under 'Receive Coins' you'll then see a 'short' address which you can use.
I must be super dumb. lol. I just don't see 'short' addresses. Just one address. It's pretty long.  Undecided
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September 10, 2014, 11:09:49 AM
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5 million coins at 10k satoshi? Shocked

Quite expensive ee.

You can't be serious  Shocked There are so many coins out there with max number greater than 5 million and a lot higher price per coin. Just as an example, you heard of Blackcoin? Max number of coins 75,000,000 and was trading between 20k-30k sat for months. 5 million coins at 10k sat means a market cap of only $250,000! This coin is very cheap atm  Wink
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September 10, 2014, 11:16:33 AM
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He's also already stated that with heavy POS, so the numbers reduced drastically aswell.
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September 10, 2014, 11:19:26 AM
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Warning:  Withdraws not working on Cryptsy  Angry

You have to use a 'normal' address.
Hey I just learned about this project when it came live on Cryptsy. Trying to withdraw, what do you mean by 'normal' address? sorry for my lack of understanding on this. thanks!

Short one instead of long one.
How would I go about creating a short address in my wallet? or better yet how would I generate a short address on Bittrex if I wanted to transfer from Cryptsy? Thanks for the guidance!

Send some coins to your wallet. Under 'Receive Coins' you'll then see a 'short' address which you can use.
I must be super dumb. lol. I just don't see 'short' addresses. Just one address. It's pretty long.  Undecided

Send some to the long one. It'll create a short one afaik.
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September 10, 2014, 11:27:32 AM
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Warning:  Withdraws not working on Cryptsy  Angry

You have to use a 'normal' address.
Hey I just learned about this project when it came live on Cryptsy. Trying to withdraw, what do you mean by 'normal' address? sorry for my lack of understanding on this. thanks!

Short one instead of long one.
How would I go about creating a short address in my wallet? or better yet how would I generate a short address on Bittrex if I wanted to transfer from Cryptsy? Thanks for the guidance!

Send some coins to your wallet. Under 'Receive Coins' you'll then see a 'short' address which you can use.
I must be super dumb. lol. I just don't see 'short' addresses. Just one address. It's pretty long.  Undecided

Send some to the long one. It'll create a short one afaik.
What I am saying is I can't send anything to the long one. Cryptsy says it's invalid. I think it's a problem Cryptsy needs to work out.
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September 10, 2014, 11:44:03 AM
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What I am saying is I can't send anything to the long one. Cryptsy says it's invalid. I think it's a problem Cryptsy needs to work out.

Indeed you should only use the XAddresses (Dev, I have coined a new term for you Wink) i.e. long ones... Yes the short ones work (they are generated everytime you receive a TX on your XAddress) but you are defeating the purpose of the stealth anon. From my understanding from the dev, he wants everyone to use XAddresses on both sends/receives truely making this unique!

We need to remember this is the first of this type of coin, it may take Cryptsy and others some time to get their systems working with the deposit/withdraws using stealth addresses.
Others have it working but they worked with the devs i.e. BITTREX liaised with the dev to understand how to best implement it which took them a little longer to get XCASH added.

^ I am with STUPID!
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September 10, 2014, 11:51:07 AM
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Oh also I am predicting mining will be over in less than 4 hours... your last chance to mine!
Also predicting 2.43M XCASH Cheesy

^ I am with STUPID!
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September 10, 2014, 11:54:36 AM
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1 XCASH = 0.01 BTC soon  Grin Grin
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September 10, 2014, 11:56:05 AM
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What I am saying is I can't send anything to the long one. Cryptsy says it's invalid. I think it's a problem Cryptsy needs to work out.

Indeed you should only use the XAddresses (Dev, I have coined a new term for you Wink) i.e. long ones... Yes the short ones work (they are generated everytime you receive a TX on your XAddress) but you are defeating the purpose of the stealth anon. From my understanding from the dev, he wants everyone to use XAddresses on both sends/receives truely making this unique!

We need to remember this is the first of this type of coin, it may take Cryptsy and others some time to get their systems working with the deposit/withdraws using stealth addresses.
Others have it working but they worked with the devs i.e. BITTREX liaised with the dev to understand how to best implement it which took them a little longer to get XCASH added.
I can use the long address withdraw from Bittrex and can not from Cryptsy. so must be Cryptsy's problem then.
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September 10, 2014, 11:59:43 AM
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1 XCASH = 0.01 BTC soon  Grin Grin

Yeah I had a buy order in the 1-2k sat range. Guess I'll miss out on this one. This is valued more than many coins that have been out and established for months... Doesn't compute with me. Good luck everyone!

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September 10, 2014, 12:00:41 PM
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I smell future bagholders...
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September 10, 2014, 12:24:32 PM
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Dev, any update on future developements?

Making stealth adresses the default and solving exchange issues makes you look competent, please leak some additional info  Roll Eyes

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September 10, 2014, 12:26:22 PM
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5 million coins at 10k satoshi? Shocked

Quite expensive ee.

You can't be serious  Shocked There are so many coins out there with max number greater than 5 million and a lot higher price per coin. Just as an example, you heard of Blackcoin? Max number of coins 75,000,000 and was trading between 20k-30k sat for months. 5 million coins at 10k sat means a market cap of only $250,000! This coin is very cheap atm  Wink

I know, i remember buying blackcoin for 600 satoshi and Voot for 100 satoshi, and other coins.

But this one starts right at 10k satoshi, no room for expansion. And i see no future here, only anon. It was months ago Roll Eyes
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September 10, 2014, 12:28:27 PM
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5 million coins at 10k satoshi? Shocked

Quite expensive ee.

You can't be serious  Shocked There are so many coins out there with max number greater than 5 million and a lot higher price per coin. Just as an example, you heard of Blackcoin? Max number of coins 75,000,000 and was trading between 20k-30k sat for months. 5 million coins at 10k sat means a market cap of only $250,000! This coin is very cheap atm  Wink

I know, i remember buying blackcoin for 600 satoshi and Voot for 100 satoshi, and other coins.

But this one starts right at 10k satoshi, no room for expansion. And i see no future here, only anon. It was months ago Roll Eyes

Agreed, we will either see it return into the 1k ish range or there is only bagholders. I'll sit this one out.

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September 10, 2014, 12:38:11 PM
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I know, i remember buying blackcoin for 600 satoshi and Voot for 100 satoshi, and other coins.

But this one starts right at 10k satoshi, no room for expansion. And i see no future here, only anon. It was months ago Roll Eyes

Your logic is serious flawed...

BC - 75M (30x more than XCASH)
VOOT - 69M (27x more than XCASH)
XCASH - 2.5M

So based on your numbers buying XCASH at 18,000 sats is still cheaper than your 600 sats BC ...

^ I am with STUPID!
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September 10, 2014, 12:53:25 PM
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What I am saying is I can't send anything to the long one. Cryptsy says it's invalid. I think it's a problem Cryptsy needs to work out.

Indeed you should only use the XAddresses (Dev, I have coined a new term for you Wink) i.e. long ones... Yes the short ones work (they are generated everytime you receive a TX on your XAddress) but you are defeating the purpose of the stealth anon. From my understanding from the dev, he wants everyone to use XAddresses on both sends/receives truely making this unique!

We need to remember this is the first of this type of coin, it may take Cryptsy and others some time to get their systems working with the deposit/withdraws using stealth addresses.
Others have it working but they worked with the devs i.e. BITTREX liaised with the dev to understand how to best implement it which took them a little longer to get XCASH added.
Withdrawals seem to be working on Cryptsy now!!
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September 10, 2014, 12:56:22 PM
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I know, i remember buying blackcoin for 600 satoshi and Voot for 100 satoshi, and other coins.

But this one starts right at 10k satoshi, no room for expansion. And i see no future here, only anon. It was months ago Roll Eyes

Your logic is serious flawed...

BC - 75M (30x more than XCASH)
VOOT - 69M (27x more than XCASH)
XCASH - 2.5M

So based on your numbers buying XCASH at 18,000 sats is still cheaper than your 600 sats BC ...


Doesn't matter if you use comparison and math, NOTHING NEW in here is my point.

BC - pioneered multipool
Voot - pioneered nitesend

X-cash - hopefully they pioneer something new Grin
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September 10, 2014, 01:12:26 PM
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HAL could reach 50k with an unfinished anon.

CLOAK above 200k and KEY I don't remember exactly, but around 80-90k. These are all anon coins with similar coin count and decent developement.

There is a market for these coins, and even after they declined came BTCD with it's million sat range.

I'm not saying this coin should be already 50k but 50-100k is reachable with good developement behind it. Good name, good start is given with default stealth adresses and most major alt exchange instantly added it (trex, cryptsy).

Ever wondered why a bittrex would fool around for days to solve the default stealth adress + exchange problem to be able to add a new coin with no exchange and a few pages on BCTTalk?

I am curious who the dev is.

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September 10, 2014, 01:25:25 PM
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XCASH is on the first page of Bittrex now!!
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September 10, 2014, 01:26:29 PM
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I know, i remember buying blackcoin for 600 satoshi and Voot for 100 satoshi, and other coins.

But this one starts right at 10k satoshi, no room for expansion. And i see no future here, only anon. It was months ago Roll Eyes

Your logic is serious flawed...

BC - 75M (30x more than XCASH)
VOOT - 69M (27x more than XCASH)
XCASH - 2.5M

So based on your numbers buying XCASH at 18,000 sats is still cheaper than your 600 sats BC ...


Doesn't matter if you use comparison and math, NOTHING NEW in here is my point.

BC - pioneered multipool
Voot - pioneered nitesend

X-cash - hopefully they pioneer something new Grin

Again your logic is flawed..
BC pioneered multipool long after its launch .. you did not buy into BC because of its multipool at 600 sats.

There is no shame in saying you do not understand new technology, saying that this provides nothing new is not exactly an intelligent answer since there is not a single coin that has end-to-end stealth addresses from genesis block and now fully integrated in the largest alt-coin exchange bittrex.

Infact I will go one step further, if Bitcoin had launched with this from the genesis block all this craze of "anon mixers" would never have happened .... If you do not understand what this provides then read my previous posts and if you still do not understand just "ask".

^ I am with STUPID!
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