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January 21, 2015, 04:11:45 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.

First, I highly doubt there will be a mobile wallet when the dev told me he couldn't develop mobile.

Next, opal drive's development is open source.

Third, bitcoin carpenter reviewed my bug report and verify it's legitimacy, and i also provided proof of stolen code

Viorcoin developer already told the community that the mobile app will be developed by someone else. He has fulfilled all his promises and met all the deadlines, if he said it's coming then it's coming.

I read the opal drive whitepaper and close it after reading it will use Storj source code. It's same shit, what are the advantages of opaldrive other Storj. No originality and innovation.

Has bitcoin carpenter reviewed the bug?

1. Fair enough

2. Opal drive USES storj.  It is not storj.

3. Yes
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January 21, 2015, 05:35:18 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.

First, I highly doubt there will be a mobile wallet when the dev told me he couldn't develop mobile.

Next, opal drive's development is open source.

Third, bitcoin carpenter reviewed my bug report and verify it's legitimacy, and i also provided proof of stolen code

Viorcoin developer already told the community that the mobile app will be developed by someone else. He has fulfilled all his promises and met all the deadlines, if he said it's coming then it's coming.

I read the opal drive whitepaper and close it after reading it will use Storj source code. It's same shit, what are the advantages of opaldrive other Storj. No originality and innovation.

Has bitcoin carpenter reviewed the bug?

Ok, Without speaking about the code theft because you are innocent, You are capable of...  making deep analyse after reading 6 lines of whitepaper... insulting... trolling... because your skills allow you to do so. and... ... let's see.. asking question to Opal dev about a code issue in the coin you support...

Impressive.

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January 21, 2015, 08:15:13 AM
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Do you understand opal team made a POC for opal drive? That they already had it working before they even announced it and before even involving storj?
Do you understand the reason why opal drive isn't released yet?
Do you understand at this point storj isnt even finished and opal has to wait for them to be able to wrap this up?


Bass, you're discussing with a nobody who probably isn't even capable of understanding the technicalities opal devs can get into (his "TA" (lol) kinda shows that) .. in other words its futile bass.

why continue. better to concentrate on opal anyway.

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January 21, 2015, 08:23:14 AM
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lol someone is a little butthurt  Grin
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January 21, 2015, 08:27:34 AM
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It has been fun guys, but lets get back on track now.
No need for name calling  and what not, let's do OPAL.

Cryptock have fun over at voip coin, its all good.
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January 21, 2015, 08:32:04 AM
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I read a dev of pangea will be doing webwallet interface for the opal colors?
Is truth?

Yeah, sounds about right Wink

I watch only mockup pangea design, but to me seem great choice.
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January 21, 2015, 08:39:05 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.

First, I highly doubt there will be a mobile wallet when the dev told me he couldn't develop mobile.

Next, opal drive's development is open source.

Third, bitcoin carpenter reviewed my bug report and verify it's legitimacy, and i also provided proof of stolen code

I have missed this .. could you show original code ?
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Ive miss image, its good looks guy! Maybe try for different color the letters.

Thank ZaoXhou !

Yes you totally right, too simple and FIAT...  sorry flat. i will change that Wink

Another little pic i quickly made and which was wiped by the last debate. "Todamoon" which could be a base for postcard, business card, poster....

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January 23, 2015, 06:35:44 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.

First, I highly doubt there will be a mobile wallet when the dev told me he couldn't develop mobile.

Next, opal drive's development is open source.

Third, bitcoin carpenter reviewed my bug report and verify it's legitimacy, and i also provided proof of stolen code

I have missed this .. could you show original code ?
Dude i'm still waiting your proofs ..
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January 23, 2015, 07:23:35 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.

First, I highly doubt there will be a mobile wallet when the dev told me he couldn't develop mobile.

Next, opal drive's development is open source.

Third, bitcoin carpenter reviewed my bug report and verify it's legitimacy, and i also provided proof of stolen code

I have missed this .. could you show original code ?
Dude i'm still waiting your proofs ..


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January 23, 2015, 11:57:05 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.

First, I highly doubt there will be a mobile wallet when the dev told me he couldn't develop mobile.

Next, opal drive's development is open source.

Third, bitcoin carpenter reviewed my bug report and verify it's legitimacy, and i also provided proof of stolen code

I have missed this .. could you show original code ?
Dude i'm still waiting your proofs ..


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Thank you.

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This isn't enough ,show original code from where dev has stolen if you want people to believe you..
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January 23, 2015, 02:56:58 PM
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Hi, this is the first time I looked at SuperNET or Opal, I came here after watching Bassguitarman go really out of his way to attack Viorcoin and being curious.

I don't know if SuperNET is good or not, but based on bassguitar man it's not something I would ever touch now because if it was any good people wouldn't need to attack other coins to try to get ahead (this happens a lot in crypto right).

sorry to come here and say this but sad that the only PR that brought me here is this as it will be for a lot of people.


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January 23, 2015, 03:07:34 PM
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Hi, this is the first time I looked at SuperNET or Opal, I came here after watching Bassguitarman go really out of his way to attack Viorcoin and being curious.

I don't know if SuperNET is good or not, but based on bassguitar man it's not something I would ever touch now because if it was any good people wouldn't need to attack other coins to try to get ahead (this happens a lot in crypto right).

sorry to come here and say this but sad that the only PR that brought me here is this as it will be for a lot of people.



Good thing nobody ever needed to attack BitCoin or you would never touch the stuff huh. lol
Discussion is good for coins and helps with understanding them. You should read more about SuperNet before you ignore it based on whether your pet coin may have questions unanswered about it.
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January 23, 2015, 03:14:29 PM
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Hi, this is the first time I looked at SuperNET or Opal, I came here after watching Bassguitarman go really out of his way to attack Viorcoin and being curious.

I don't know if SuperNET is good or not, but based on bassguitar man it's not something I would ever touch now because if it was any good people wouldn't need to attack other coins to try to get ahead (this happens a lot in crypto right).

sorry to come here and say this but sad that the only PR that brought me here is this as it will be for a lot of people.

While I agree that attacking other coins isn't the way forward, I think BASS has good intentions. It's hard for any investor to swallow the fact that the coin they invested in may be a scam, smoke and mirrors, or simply not everything that was promised. Bass has called out Devs he feels are cheating people out of their money.

Example: I was actually an investor in the original Munne ICO, after awhile I saw Bassguitarmann in the thread questioning what the Dev was actually doing, and uncovering some hidden facts regular investors like myself were unaware of. Low and behold, he was basically right. Munne devs bailed, and the coin is now about to be de-listed and gone, I sold well before that point, since I had a bit of trust in what BASS was saying.

I have no facts, but I think Bass is trying to inform the community of flaws, and 'fishiness' from the Voir Dev.

The Altcoin scene is very humorous, many investors seem to almost form a cult around their coin, so when someone else walks in and points out a potential flaw, they will be deemed an 'enemy of the coin'.

Anyway, as drm mentioned, OPAL thread should remain about OPAL, and not debate over Voircoin authenticity. Smiley
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January 23, 2015, 03:18:54 PM
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Hi, this is the first time I looked at SuperNET or Opal, I came here after watching Bassguitarman go really out of his way to attack Viorcoin and being curious.

I don't know if SuperNET is good or not, but based on bassguitar man it's not something I would ever touch now because if it was any good people wouldn't need to attack other coins to try to get ahead (this happens a lot in crypto right).

sorry to come here and say this but sad that the only PR that brought me here is this as it will be for a lot of people.

While I agree that attacking other coins isn't the way forward, I think BASS has good intentions. It's hard for any investor to swallow the fact that the coin they invested in may be a scam, smoke and mirrors, or simply not everything that was promised. Bass has called out Devs he feels are cheating people out of their money.

Example: I was actually an investor in the original Munne ICO, after awhile I saw Bassguitarmann in the thread questioning what the Dev was actually doing, and uncovering some hidden facts regular investors like myself were unaware of. Low and behold, he was basically right. Munne devs bailed, and the coin is now about to be de-listed and gone, I sold well before that point, since I had a bit of trust in what BASS was saying.

I have no facts, but I think Bass is trying to inform the community of flaws, and 'fishiness' from the Voir Dev.

The Altcoin scene is very humorous, many investors seem to almost form a cult around their coin, so when someone else walks in and points out a potential flaw, they will be deemed an 'enemy of the coin'.

Anyway, as drm mentioned, OPAL thread should remain about OPAL, and not debate over Voircoin authenticity. Smiley

No offense intended to the other investors here.  I have invested in a lot of different coins so I know how it works and I am not just in Viorcoin as you can tell by my sig.  I am in CANN and that got attacked by the 2 brothers from Cannacoin is so many devious ways and just sick of it.  Its just a big waste of time and makes the attacker (and their projects) look toxic. I know one person doesn't reflect on this whole project but it is about the worse PR you can get that's why i'm staying clear so sorry about that.


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January 23, 2015, 03:43:21 PM
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Hi, this is the first time I looked at SuperNET or Opal, I came here after watching Bassguitarman go really out of his way to attack Viorcoin and being curious.

I don't know if SuperNET is good or not, but based on bassguitar man it's not something I would ever touch now because if it was any good people wouldn't need to attack other coins to try to get ahead (this happens a lot in crypto right).

sorry to come here and say this but sad that the only PR that brought me here is this as it will be for a lot of people.

While I agree that attacking other coins isn't the way forward, I think BASS has good intentions. It's hard for any investor to swallow the fact that the coin they invested in may be a scam, smoke and mirrors, or simply not everything that was promised. Bass has called out Devs he feels are cheating people out of their money.

Example: I was actually an investor in the original Munne ICO, after awhile I saw Bassguitarmann in the thread questioning what the Dev was actually doing, and uncovering some hidden facts regular investors like myself were unaware of. Low and behold, he was basically right. Munne devs bailed, and the coin is now about to be de-listed and gone, I sold well before that point, since I had a bit of trust in what BASS was saying.

I have no facts, but I think Bass is trying to inform the community of flaws, and 'fishiness' from the Voir Dev.

The Altcoin scene is very humorous, many investors seem to almost form a cult around their coin, so when someone else walks in and points out a potential flaw, they will be deemed an 'enemy of the coin'.

Anyway, as drm mentioned, OPAL thread should remain about OPAL, and not debate over Voircoin authenticity. Smiley
Maybe he has some good intentions but he doesn't have any real proof of its assumptions and this is reflected on investors which is not good.
If he is trying to inform us something he should bring some real proofs first because without this his words doesn't have sense.
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January 23, 2015, 03:46:30 PM
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Time to throw some hash at it.
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