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December 04, 2014, 02:38:40 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?
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December 04, 2014, 02:43:26 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

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December 04, 2014, 08:27:46 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

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Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

In summary, the Intel Management Engine and its applications are a backdoor with total access to and control over the rest of the PC. The ME is a threat to freedom, security, and privacy, and the libreboot project strongly recommends avoiding it entirely. Since recent versions of it can’t be removed, this means avoiding all recent generations of Intel hardware. details https://libreboot.org/faq.html#intelme --- https://tehnoetic.com/laptops --- https://store.vikings.net/x200-ryf-certfied
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December 04, 2014, 09:19:14 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

     Best regards,

syntaks

Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

We don't need any supernet or shitnet or even ****net. This is dedicated and unique project

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December 04, 2014, 09:28:42 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

     Best regards,

syntaks

Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

We don't need any supernet or shitnet or even ****net. This is dedicated and unique project

lol chill dude, just asking.

In summary, the Intel Management Engine and its applications are a backdoor with total access to and control over the rest of the PC. The ME is a threat to freedom, security, and privacy, and the libreboot project strongly recommends avoiding it entirely. Since recent versions of it can’t be removed, this means avoiding all recent generations of Intel hardware. details https://libreboot.org/faq.html#intelme --- https://tehnoetic.com/laptops --- https://store.vikings.net/x200-ryf-certfied
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December 04, 2014, 11:18:44 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

     Best regards,

syntaks

Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

We don't need any supernet or shitnet or even ****net. This is dedicated and unique project

lol chill dude, just asking.

This question was asked thousands times

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December 04, 2014, 11:19:57 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

     Best regards,

syntaks

Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

We don't need any supernet or shitnet or even ****net. This is dedicated and unique project

lol chill dude, just asking.
Agreed, chill... superNET is actually a great project imo no need to get all crazy...
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December 04, 2014, 11:41:51 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

     Best regards,

syntaks

Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

We don't need any supernet or shitnet or even ****net. This is dedicated and unique project

lol chill dude, just asking.

This question was asked thousands times

It doesn't justify your behaviour toward me tho.

In summary, the Intel Management Engine and its applications are a backdoor with total access to and control over the rest of the PC. The ME is a threat to freedom, security, and privacy, and the libreboot project strongly recommends avoiding it entirely. Since recent versions of it can’t be removed, this means avoiding all recent generations of Intel hardware. details https://libreboot.org/faq.html#intelme --- https://tehnoetic.com/laptops --- https://store.vikings.net/x200-ryf-certfied
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December 04, 2014, 11:53:07 AM
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Question: Are Arbitrush servers decentralized?

We host the machines they operate on, but they're fully automated/self-sustained.  They're not decentralized in a sense of for example blockchain technology because we're not handling the process straight through the blockchain itself.  You can view how our model works here: http://neoscoin.com/info/neoscoin-arbitrush.pdf and if you have any other questions about it feel free to ask.

     Best regards,

syntaks

Have you ever been interested in superNET? Jl7777 might be interested in your coin imho.

We don't need any supernet or shitnet or even ****net. This is dedicated and unique project

lol chill dude, just asking.

This question was asked thousands times

It doesn't justify your behaviour toward me tho.

excuse me mate if I do something to hurt you

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December 04, 2014, 05:02:00 PM
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Be nice yall. Nothing wrong with suggestions.

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December 05, 2014, 01:59:14 AM
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Be nice yall. Nothing wrong with suggestions.
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December 05, 2014, 07:52:28 AM
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when a user sends transaction anonymously does it take more blocks and confirmations than a normal send? Because the diagram says it includes part of transaction in different blocks.

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December 05, 2014, 03:39:55 PM
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when a user sends transaction anonymously does it take more blocks and confirmations than a normal send? Because the diagram says it includes part of transaction in different blocks.

Yep.  The timing of the sends and spacing is intentional and will take longer to send than a traditional send.
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December 05, 2014, 04:51:18 PM
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when a user sends transaction anonymously does it take more blocks and confirmations than a normal send? Because the diagram says it includes part of transaction in different blocks.

Yep.  The timing of the sends and spacing is intentional and will take longer to send than a traditional send.

thanks. how much time does it take. also is it possible for you to setup a way to convert btc to anonymous neos. or is it possible at all? like the whole process automatically.

it could be a lot useful

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December 05, 2014, 05:17:41 PM
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when a user sends transaction anonymously does it take more blocks and confirmations than a normal send? Because the diagram says it includes part of transaction in different blocks.

Yep.  The timing of the sends and spacing is intentional and will take longer to send than a traditional send.

thanks. how much time does it take. also is it possible for you to setup a way to convert btc to anonymous neos. or is it possible at all? like the whole process automatically.

it could be a lot useful

Anything is possible. =)  How much time it takes isn't predetermined and that's intentional as well by design.
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December 05, 2014, 06:11:37 PM
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when a user sends transaction anonymously does it take more blocks and confirmations than a normal send? Because the diagram says it includes part of transaction in different blocks.

Yep.  The timing of the sends and spacing is intentional and will take longer to send than a traditional send.

thanks. how much time does it take. also is it possible for you to setup a way to convert btc to anonymous neos. or is it possible at all? like the whole process automatically.

it could be a lot useful

Anything is possible. =)  How much time it takes isn't predetermined and that's intentional as well by design.

if its possible. that would be great. like user is asked do you want to anonymize your btc. then they send btc to a particular address. then those coins buy neos from exchange and then those exchanged coins are sent back to a address specified by user. that would be nice. but i am still unsure how much development time this would take. since i dont have knowledge of a developer like you.

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December 05, 2014, 08:31:15 PM
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when a user sends transaction anonymously does it take more blocks and confirmations than a normal send? Because the diagram says it includes part of transaction in different blocks.

Yep.  The timing of the sends and spacing is intentional and will take longer to send than a traditional send.

thanks. how much time does it take. also is it possible for you to setup a way to convert btc to anonymous neos. or is it possible at all? like the whole process automatically.

it could be a lot useful

Anything is possible. =)  How much time it takes isn't predetermined and that's intentional as well by design.

if its possible. that would be great. like user is asked do you want to anonymize your btc. then they send btc to a particular address. then those coins buy neos from exchange and then those exchanged coins are sent back to a address specified by user. that would be nice. but i am still unsure how much development time this would take. since i dont have knowledge of a developer like you.

If it can be dreamt, it can be drawn. =)
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December 06, 2014, 03:16:29 AM
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A roller coaster price lately.

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December 06, 2014, 09:39:17 AM
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Was this coin ever POW + POS at the same time?

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Was this coin ever POW + POS at the same time?

Nope, AFAIK

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