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November 30, 2014, 07:18:13 PM
Last edit: November 30, 2014, 07:51:40 PM by Truther
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You say the changes could be applied to any cryptocoin, however, these changes have already been applied to Opal. It's easy to say this feature and that feature could be added to any coin but the work has to actually be done! IMO that's where 95% of altcoins fail  Cheesy

Yes, because no substantial changes have been made to the protocol (what a cryptocurrency is), they have just been made to the client. So I see no reason to create a second blockchain for client updates.

I think your main misunderstanding is you are confusing the wallet (the client) with the protocol (what actually defines a cryptocurrency). These aren't features being added to the protocol, they are being added to the client. These features are not unique to opal, there is nothing actually new its just modifying a client and pretending something major has been done. This type of development stagnants progress of all cryptocurrency in favor of short term profit.
"there is nothing actually new its just modifying a client and pretending something major has been done"

I'm sorry, but this is rather insulting.

Posting something like that is baiting a hostile response.

We have posted answers to questions such as these already,
you claim not to be fuding,
but don't wish to discuss the answers we've provided?
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November 30, 2014, 07:18:22 PM
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Hi, just discovered OPAL as I'm a holder of SuperNET, BTCD & NXT from a while back.  Liked what I saw so I bought in.
Most of what I have is on TREX right now but would like to try out the trading functionality within the Qt wallet.  Read the OP but couldn't find any info on how to setup the keys.  Can anyone point to the post where this was discussed?

TIA




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November 30, 2014, 07:23:09 PM
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was so tempted to sell to perform a buyback but it soooo hard to get onto supernet.. not worth the risk

volume which is < 100K of although at 8 mil POW of OPAL is strong.. does not indicate "pullback" there others holding more than that and holding.. lets see.. this is actually fun

BTC volume off the peak is less than 3 to 5 BTC... this is nothing on the grand scheme of things, folks might be attempting buy backs.. for me too much of the risk

actually that reminds to check storj.. situation as they are merging forces into one under the supernet umbrella, brb
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November 30, 2014, 07:30:07 PM
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Hi, just discovered OPAL as I'm a holder of SuperNET, BTCD & NXT from a while back.  Liked what I saw so I bought in.
Most of what I have is on TREX right now but would like to try out the trading functionality within the Qt wallet.  Read the OP but couldn't find any info on how to setup the keys.  Can anyone point to the post where this was discussed?

TIA






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November 30, 2014, 07:46:09 PM
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could someone explain the teleport privacy tech ?

would this in theory be the most secure anon technology?
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November 30, 2014, 07:49:52 PM
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could someone explain the teleport privacy tech ?

would this in theory be the most secure anon technology?

http://nxter.org/a-closer-look-at-teleport/

The article is really good, and yes, by far most secure
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November 30, 2014, 07:58:31 PM
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as envisioned pullback has no strength up again
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November 30, 2014, 08:07:08 PM
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gains slid from over 112% to 50% intraday but still very good and holding

sell off has started.. but due to supernet and possibility of DRM I am holding steady

also there is nothing more important than content.. hold that in mind
as we move forward in time coinmarketcap stops taking into chart information from over 24 hours ago.. Sell hasn't started, we are still above strong support and still above the high of the previous run up to 5500sats or something.. This is just a regular correction.. I get the fealing there is another run up tonight and who knows what will happen when the road map is released.. So it ain't over I don't think..

Use the full view on CMC:
http://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/
Gives a much better feel for how a currency is performing in the market.

I'm pretty sure that Opal will be climbing for a while yet....


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November 30, 2014, 08:22:59 PM
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I think 20,000 sat is possible over the next few weeks.

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November 30, 2014, 08:30:32 PM
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could someone explain the teleport privacy tech ?

would this in theory be the most secure anon technology?

http://nxter.org/a-closer-look-at-teleport/

The article is really good, and yes, by far most secure

Thank you.

that is really something amazing.
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November 30, 2014, 08:32:01 PM
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This coin is now a good option for someone with 10+ BTC to get into. It's a perfect time for a large investment. Especially since 20,000 satoshi is realistic. That would be a $1.2 million $ marketcap. That is a fair price for a coin as good as OPAL. OPAL might even reach 30,000 satoshi.

There will probably be a dump at some point though. It's how it always goes with crypto.

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November 30, 2014, 08:41:23 PM
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This coin is now a good option for someone with 10+ BTC to get into. It's a perfect time for a large investment. Especially since 20,000 satoshi is realistic. That would be a $1.2 million $ marketcap. That is a fair price for a coin as good as OPAL. OPAL might even reach 30,000 satoshi.

There will probably be a dump at some point though. It's how it always goes with crypto.

Definitely happy with the trend occurring right now. Healthy correction after every rally, and following the similar pattern of bouncing off the new 'floor' for a little while and climbing again. Of course the higher we go, more investors will reach their desired sell points. Buy support is looking strong, and only 5 btc to 7500sat on sell side. With this kind of volume, that is pretty nice. Momentum is still going!
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November 30, 2014, 08:50:43 PM
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10k+this week imho but who knows, eager to see expanded roadmap and ideas to asses situation Smiley
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November 30, 2014, 11:00:24 PM
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I think now you are FUDing a little. You didn't read my post. I made no mention of protocols or blockchains.

I don't understand your problem with creating a new blockchain. Why is this an issue for you?

The way people misuse FUD has make it loose all meaning, FUD is not disagreeing with someone or offering a view counter than your current belief. I'm very civil and offering reasoned arguments.

You suggested in the original post the developers specialized in distirubted systems and I asked why then they would waste precious development time building a desktop client for a popular exchange and tout it as a prized feature.

You say the changes could be applied to any cryptocoin, however, these changes have already been applied to Opal. It's easy to say this feature and that feature could be added to any coin but the work has to actually be done! IMO that's where 95% of altcoins fail  Cheesy

Yes, because no substantial changes have been made to the protocol (what a cryptocurrency is), they have just been made to the client. So I see no reason to create a second blockchain for client updates.

I think your main misunderstanding is you are confusing the wallet (the client) with the protocol (what actually defines a cryptocurrency). These aren't features being added to the protocol, they are being added to the client. These features are not unique to opal, there is nothing actually new its just modifying a client and pretending something major has been done. This type of development stagnants progress of all cryptocurrency in favor of short term profit.
"there is nothing actually new its just modifying a client and pretending something major has been done"

I'm sorry, but this is rather insulting.

Posting something like that is baiting a hostile response.

We have posted answers to questions such as these already,
you claim not to be fuding,
but don't wish to discuss the answers we've provided?


If you find truth hostile I'm sorry but I'm a developer and I have an informed opinion. Claiming I'm fudding, saying I'm hostile or baiting is just sidestepping from actually addressing my point.

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November 30, 2014, 11:08:22 PM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.
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November 30, 2014, 11:31:18 PM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.

It's getting bitten at on Cryptsy. Honestly, I would expect a few sell walls, we've had a pretty big rise last few days and someone will surely be happy at this price. Creating a wall instead of splitting it up is likely a tactic though, but not that discouraging with the volume we've been gaining.

Either way, once we do it eat through it, better grab on to something Wink
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November 30, 2014, 11:35:21 PM
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walls usually have a purpose Wink

speaking about exchanges, would like to see instantdex also in the future.
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November 30, 2014, 11:51:31 PM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.

It's getting bitten at on Cryptsy. Honestly, I would expect a few sell walls, we've had a pretty big rise last few days and someone will surely be happy at this price. Creating a wall instead of splitting it up is likely a tactic though, but not that discouraging with the volume we've been gaining.

Either way, once we do it eat through it, better grab on to something Wink

yep expected, but what a noob to post a large sell order and suppress the market like that. i was just about to go for a small pump LOL he'd have gotten it sold by now in smaller chunks on bittrex and a little patience. alternatively manipulators use these plans because they know that if they do that they will cause a panic sell. we'll see how it goes i guess.
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December 01, 2014, 12:02:31 AM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.

It's getting bitten at on Cryptsy. Honestly, I would expect a few sell walls, we've had a pretty big rise last few days and someone will surely be happy at this price. Creating a wall instead of splitting it up is likely a tactic though, but not that discouraging with the volume we've been gaining.

Either way, once we do it eat through it, better grab on to something Wink

yep expected, but what a noob to post a large sell order and suppress the market like that. i was just about to go for a small pump LOL he'd have gotten it sold by now in smaller chunks on bittrex and a little patience. alternatively manipulators use these plans because they know that if they do that they will cause a panic sell. we'll see how it goes i guess.

I assume using Cryptsy is a tactic as well since it has lower volume right now, and the wall would likely be up for longer then it would on bittrex. I agree though, if he wanted it sold fast and efficiently, splitting it up on bittrex would have been optimal! Another day in crypto.. Cheesy
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December 01, 2014, 12:39:59 AM
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seems like 5k is gonna be the new floor for the day.. not bad still a 12% increase from yesterday.
Outta popcorn.. back to working on road map.  Grin
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