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January 25, 2015, 09:50:14 AM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?
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January 25, 2015, 10:49:28 AM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

We bought beers with it.
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January 25, 2015, 10:52:34 AM
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Marketing and country penetration strategy will be released soon in relation to the out lieing CoinViLLE tech and Vior coding core.
that is good news indeed. Waiting for more details and precise timeline.

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January 25, 2015, 10:55:32 AM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

We bought beers with it.

 Grin Grin .. Sooo much beer for 57 btc, iam hungover everyday..
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January 25, 2015, 11:43:59 AM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

We bought beers with it.

 Grin Grin .. Sooo much beer for 57 btc, iam hungover everyday..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrEFWv8aSQ8

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January 25, 2015, 11:47:38 AM
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Wow a whole community of retards, that was actually a question, so due to the answers I guess dev got richer with an ICO again
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January 25, 2015, 11:51:10 AM
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Wow a whole community of retards, that was actually a question, so due to the answers I guess dev got richer with an ICO again

Can't you read? He didnt get rich, he bought us beers...
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January 25, 2015, 11:51:27 AM
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Haha you mad bro?Didnt you get Beer? Poor Mtf!  Kiss
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January 25, 2015, 12:00:17 PM
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Hey, can anyone tell me why after staking for the last month,yesterday I have two mined transactions that show an address that is not any of mine?

Because you set up a shill acount.

Ah yea no man, I don't usually comment in the thread but i have had Vior since the early days and now I have a problem you automatically call me a shill?. I have checked the addresses on the explorer , they only have like 10 and 13 vior in each but the addresses are not showing in my wallet as my own. Once again I AM NOT contributing to all the childish bullshit thrown together in the last week. So any help would be lovely.
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 Has anyone ever had this happen to them? I'm worried its my PC compromised or something.

Hi, I just checked my transactions list and i see an other adress as well.. i would like to know as well..

Dev?

did you created a different wallet address on your receive coins tab?

Hi dev, nice to hear from you again..

At first that was what i thought, that it was one of these adresses.. But it's a different one..

Hi Dev, The address match none of those in my receive tab either. Although looking through the explorer it seems to think its part of my wallet..

Just to set your mind at rest, it's a normal function of the Bitcoin spec which forms the basis for most altcoins.
A Qt wallet contains multiple addresses, which are generated when you create the wallet.
Some of these are used when you 'create' receiving addresses.
When funds are sent to a receiving address, they're not discrete coins. They're just an entry in the ledger (called the blockchain) for a specific amount (say 10 vior)
When you 'spend' some of these coins (say 5 vior) the network changes the ledger entry by removing all 10 vior from your receiving address, crediting 5 to the address that you send to, and returning 5 to another address in Your wallet, known as a 'change address'. This address does not appear in your list of receiving addresses. So as you spend coins, your wallet is accumulating (and spending) the change from each transaction, in addresses that are invisible to the user (unless you use the console).
This is a poorly documented feature, and I don't claim to understand the precise mechanics of it's operation. But these 'invisible' addresses are also available to stake (for a pos coin) although the contents may be trivial compared with the main receiving addresses (so they don't stake very often).
The main thing that you should bear in mind is that if you make a large number of transactions, your wallet can literally run out of addresses (it starts with about 100). In which case it just Generates More to suit it's needs.
But a Backup of your wallet will be unaware of these newly generated addresses in a busy wallet.
So you need to make Regular Backups to remain up to date with newly generated addresses.
Because if you need to rely on a backup (having lost the current version of your wallet) it will NOT contain coins sent to addresses that were Generated after the backup was made. The Balance of the funds from one address is sent to a different address when you spend some. So you can lose funds that you thought were secure even though the Original Receiving Addresses are still in the backup.
So in summary.
There's nothing unusual about these unlabeled addresses. They're a part of the wallet function.
The precise operation of this function varies from coin to coin.
Make regular backups of Any Wallet for Any Coin that's in regular use.
Hope that helps.
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January 25, 2015, 01:36:30 PM
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Lol!!!! I loved it.
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January 25, 2015, 02:59:39 PM
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Hey, can anyone tell me why after staking for the last month,yesterday I have two mined transactions that show an address that is not any of mine?

Because you set up a shill acount.

Ah yea no man, I don't usually comment in the thread but i have had Vior since the early days and now I have a problem you automatically call me a shill?. I have checked the addresses on the explorer , they only have like 10 and 13 vior in each but the addresses are not showing in my wallet as my own. Once again I AM NOT contributing to all the childish bullshit thrown together in the last week. So any help would be lovely.
Thank You


 Has anyone ever had this happen to them? I'm worried its my PC compromised or something.

Hi, I just checked my transactions list and i see an other adress as well.. i would like to know as well..

Dev?

did you created a different wallet address on your receive coins tab?

Hi dev, nice to hear from you again..

At first that was what i thought, that it was one of these adresses.. But it's a different one..

Hi Dev, The address match none of those in my receive tab either. Although looking through the explorer it seems to think its part of my wallet..

Just to set your mind at rest, it's a normal function of the Bitcoin spec which forms the basis for most altcoins.
A Qt wallet contains multiple addresses, which are generated when you create the wallet.
Some of these are used when you 'create' receiving addresses.
When funds are sent to a receiving address, they're not discrete coins. They're just an entry in the ledger (called the blockchain) for a specific amount (say 10 vior)
When you 'spend' some of these coins (say 5 vior) the network changes the ledger entry by removing all 10 vior from your receiving address, crediting 5 to the address that you send to, and returning 5 to another address in Your wallet, known as a 'change address'. This address does not appear in your list of receiving addresses. So as you spend coins, your wallet is accumulating (and spending) the change from each transaction, in addresses that are invisible to the user (unless you use the console).
This is a poorly documented feature, and I don't claim to understand the precise mechanics of it's operation. But these 'invisible' addresses are also available to stake (for a pos coin) although the contents may be trivial compared with the main receiving addresses (so they don't stake very often).
The main thing that you should bear in mind is that if you make a large number of transactions, your wallet can literally run out of addresses (it starts with about 100). In which case it just Generates More to suit it's needs.
But a Backup of your wallet will be unaware of these newly generated addresses in a busy wallet.
So you need to make Regular Backups to remain up to date with newly generated addresses.
Because if you need to rely on a backup (having lost the current version of your wallet) it will NOT contain coins sent to addresses that were Generated after the backup was made. The Balance of the funds from one address is sent to a different address when you spend some. So you can lose funds that you thought were secure even though the Original Receiving Addresses are still in the backup.
So in summary.
There's nothing unusual about these unlabeled addresses. They're a part of the wallet function.
The precise operation of this function varies from coin to coin.
Make regular backups of Any Wallet for Any Coin that's in regular use.
Hope that helps.

Thanks for the explanation, much appreciated..
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January 25, 2015, 03:22:42 PM
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Hey, can anyone tell me why after staking for the last month,yesterday I have two mined transactions that show an address that is not any of mine?



Just to set your mind at rest, it's a normal function of the Bitcoin spec which forms the basis for most altcoins.
A Qt wallet contains multiple addresses, which are generated when you create the wallet.
Some of these are used when you 'create' receiving addresses.
When funds are sent to a receiving address, they're not discrete coins. They're just an entry in the ledger (called the blockchain) for a specific amount (say 10 vior)
When you 'spend' some of these coins (say 5 vior) the network changes the ledger entry by removing all 10 vior from your receiving address, crediting 5 to the address that you send to, and returning 5 to another address in Your wallet, known as a 'change address'. This address does not appear in your list of receiving addresses. So as you spend coins, your wallet is accumulating (and spending) the change from each transaction, in addresses that are invisible to the user (unless you use the console).
This is a poorly documented feature, and I don't claim to understand the precise mechanics of it's operation. But these 'invisible' addresses are also available to stake (for a pos coin) although the contents may be trivial compared with the main receiving addresses (so they don't stake very often).
The main thing that you should bear in mind is that if you make a large number of transactions, your wallet can literally run out of addresses (it starts with about 100). In which case it just Generates More to suit it's needs.
But a Backup of your wallet will be unaware of these newly generated addresses in a busy wallet.
So you need to make Regular Backups to remain up to date with newly generated addresses.
Because if you need to rely on a backup (having lost the current version of your wallet) it will NOT contain coins sent to addresses that were Generated after the backup was made. The Balance of the funds from one address is sent to a different address when you spend some. So you can lose funds that you thought were secure even though the Original Receiving Addresses are still in the backup.
So in summary.
There's nothing unusual about these unlabeled addresses. They're a part of the wallet function.
The precise operation of this function varies from coin to coin.
Make regular backups of Any Wallet for Any Coin that's in regular use.
Hope that helps.

Thanks for the explanation, much appreciated..
I forgot to add.
Go to the wallet settings menu.
Select Settings.. Options.. Wallet..
and tick Enable Coin Control.
Then select the Send Tab, which now includes coin control features.
Select Inputs and you can review transactions for receiving addresses with associated change addresses. The mystery addreses should be visible here.
You can also specify change addresses for each Send... and even use addresses in other wallets.
Use Caution.
I practice with coins that have little value and no foreseeable future. Even then I set up wallets with just a few coins for experimentation.
Have fun!
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January 25, 2015, 06:10:43 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

This is not an invalid question.

As a large holder of VIOR, I'd like to know the answer to it as well.  Or at least have some of the regulars on here admit that they don't know.
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January 25, 2015, 06:16:27 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

This is not an invalid question.

As a large holder of VIOR, I'd like to know the answer to it as well.  Or at least have some of the regulars on here admit that they don't know.

lol, like anyone will give you a legit answer.

They went to chinedums pocket
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January 25, 2015, 06:28:34 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

This is not an invalid question.

As a large holder of VIOR, I'd like to know the answer to it as well.  Or at least have some of the regulars on here admit that they don't know.

Hi Bimmerhead,

I don't know.. What i do know is that he raised  57 btc and comparing that to the features he already delivered, it doenst seem to me that those btc are misspent..
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January 25, 2015, 06:29:50 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

This is not an invalid question.

As a large holder of VIOR, I'd like to know the answer to it as well.  Or at least have some of the regulars on here admit that they don't know.

Hi Bimmerhead,

I don't know.. What i do know is that he raised  57 btc and comparing that to the features he already delivered, it doenst seem to me that those btc are misspent..

So the money is a salary?  Damn, and here i am working for free and actually innovating :/
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January 25, 2015, 06:31:07 PM
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I have you on ignore bass... Talk all you want.. Smiley
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January 25, 2015, 07:36:23 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

This is not an invalid question.

As a large holder of VIOR, I'd like to know the answer to it as well.  Or at least have some of the regulars on here admit that they don't know.

We had beer.
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January 25, 2015, 07:43:31 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED WITH ICO FUNDS?

This is not an invalid question.

As a large holder of VIOR, I'd like to know the answer to it as well.  Or at least have some of the regulars on here admit that they don't know.

Hi Bimmerhead,

I don't know.. What i do know is that he raised  57 btc and comparing that to the features he already delivered, it doenst seem to me that those btc are misspent..

So the money is a salary?  Damn, and here i am working for free and actually innovating :/

Innovating.............huhuhuhu..thats funny!!
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January 25, 2015, 07:48:11 PM
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rakesh, please look at your last 2 comments and consider whether they helped to move the conversation forward.

Can we drop the pointless pissing contest and focus on things that will help the cause of Viorcoin.
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