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August 18, 2010, 10:49:14 PM
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everyone deserves some referrals,
default sponsor (for those not including ref-ids) is now random.

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August 18, 2010, 11:26:54 PM
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everyone deserves some referrals,
default sponsor (for those not including ref-ids) is now random.

Awesome! thanks. Smiley

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August 19, 2010, 06:26:21 AM
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I can't get into my account. Can you confirm that this is because I have brain damage and remember giving a password that I did not give? I gave an email right, can I reset?

I am account 19.

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August 19, 2010, 01:43:39 PM
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I feel like we need to raise our voices here... I've been registered with the randomizer for some 8 hours now and I still don't see any traces of richness, nor is my acne any better! Was I the sucker? I lost a whole bitcoin, how will I explain this to my wife?

Right, got that off my chest. Should you not randomize the sponsors for those that (like myself) registered less than an hour before you decided to randomize the sponsors? Think it would be cool. Or, you could allow us to change sponsors to someone down the pyramid if we are set to 1 (I wonder who that is :p )
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August 19, 2010, 01:54:21 PM
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I think this doesn't hit true Ponzi-scheme usefulness because you don't get down-network treatment: if you want people signing everyone up like mad, you have to give them some of their future downline's earnings, perhaps 1/3^N where N is number of levels below.

p.s. I signed up, and if you like this idea, make me your sponsor so that I get in early on the pyramid side of the scheme... http://fxnet.co.cc/?ref=30


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August 19, 2010, 02:07:07 PM
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I can't get into my account. Can you confirm that this is because I have brain damage and remember giving a password that I did not give? I gave an email right, can I reset?

I am account 19.
don't panic, a forgot-password-link does not exist yet, but i'm gonna add one asap.

.., how will I explain this to my wife?

no clue

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... Should you not randomize the sponsors for those that (like myself) registered less than an hour before you decided to randomize the sponsors? Think it would be cool. Or, you could allow us to change sponsors to someone down the pyramid if we are set to 1 (I wonder who that is :p )


Once your account is activated, it doesnt matter who your sponsor was/is.
as long as it's not activated, it would make sense to change the sponsor (which i did manually on some accounts), so another person gets the spronsor-fee,
once the sponsor-fee is payed, it doesnt matter who your sponsor is/was.

and sponsors ARE random now,
if people sign up without using a ref-id a random member is choosen as sponsor,
it's only that after yourself there has just been 5 registrations and you havent been one of the lucky members that have been choosen to be their sponsor.
better luck next time.

and if you'r craving for referrals, well how about referring some?

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August 19, 2010, 02:24:45 PM
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and if you'r craving for referrals, well how about referring some?


Either my sarcastic tone went completely unnoticed or you really ROCK at it Smiley.
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August 19, 2010, 02:32:13 PM
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This isn't a good pyramid because it was mentioned before, there is no inventive from the downline. It should be split more and paid up higher Wink
greedy bastards.  Grin

Oh kay,
if you guys want a bigger/longer/better downline, i can just split up that coin into some more transactions, shouldn't be a real problem.
Any ideas are welcome.

For now i'v to get the password-thingie done first.

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August 19, 2010, 02:43:51 PM
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Let me see if I get this straight... assume I have a few bitcoins I'm not that fond of, and decide to just dump these into my account. Would they be randomly distributed? What benefit would I have for doing that? Is this a part of the workflow at all?
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August 19, 2010, 03:09:29 PM
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assume I have a few bitcoins I'm not that fond of, and decide to just dump these into my account. Would they be randomly distributed?
hell no!

the only coins distributed are those initial 1btc payments,

anything else received by your bcaIN (that includes random and sponsors earnings, overpayed coins, coins you send in later, donations you grabbed from a board by posting your bcaIN,...etc.pp)
should be instantly available for you to withdraw (or send to any address you set bcaOUT to).





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August 19, 2010, 10:32:38 PM
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After spending some hours trying to figure out why sendmail doesnt work (on this vhost only, other vhost on the same machine work fine Huh )
i finally switched to SMTP using gmail, at least a workaround til i find that bug.

Your able to get a new password by mail now in case of brain damage. Roll Eyes


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August 20, 2010, 12:02:57 AM
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Nothing fancy, just click this please:  http://fxnet.co.cc/?ref=31
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August 20, 2010, 03:15:52 AM
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someone has been smart enough to referr himself,
like not only a new account to be your own downline (which is totally ok),
but having his own id as sponsor.

not sure how that happened, by accident, his choice, my buggy scripting?
i'd like to know if he did that by choice, cuz it was possible, although not of any use i think, as long as he's not active, he wont receive his own sponsor-fee.

please let us know!

anyway, i hope i killed that bug, maybe i'm pretty sure you'll find some others.


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August 20, 2010, 04:00:15 AM
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That was me.  Smiley  I signed up for a fake account to determine the state of the new ID counter, then set my referrer to that number plus one and signed up for my real account.

Sadly, it didn't work.  The activation process sends out the 0.5 BTC payments before marking your account active, it seems - my payment caused two random people to get 0.5 BTC each.

Obligatory referral link:  http://fxnet.co.cc/?ref=27
Glad it worked as supposed, sorry about that.  Cheesy

Thanks for letting us know.

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August 20, 2010, 06:14:47 AM
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When I click a referral link while already logged in it takes me to a new password page. Not sure what should happen, just letting you know.

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August 20, 2010, 06:30:59 AM
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When I click a referral link while already logged in it takes me to a new password page. Not sure what should happen, just letting you know.
Huh?
the referral link just takes you to the index-page,
while logged in, you'll see your account-info, balance, "set new password" stuff and (if there is any) be able withdraw balance.
while logged out, you won't see that stuff.



the ref parameter just matters, if your
a. logged out and
b. want to sign up a new account and
c. dont have a ref-cookie (session actually) left on your box








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August 20, 2010, 07:13:18 AM
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Okay, sorry, I shouldn't have described it like that. Here's what I actually get.

 


That is not my bitcoin address. But I am logged in to MY ACCOUNT (19) because I was able to change my password.


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August 20, 2010, 07:13:48 AM
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fixed some bugs, added some stuff, time to test if everythings ok now.

so here's another incredible offer:
free memberships

i'll pay the inital membership fee of 1btc to the first 10 people,
that send me a PM with subject: userid:bcaIN.

i don't mind if you already have an account and referr yourself, or just don't want to pay the fee to activate it.

anyone could grab a free spot, one per forum-account.

sign up, login, send PM, get unbelievable rich!  Roll Eyes

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August 20, 2010, 07:18:15 AM
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Fixed! PM coming Smiley

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August 20, 2010, 07:20:46 AM
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Okay, sorry, I shouldn't have described it like that. Here's what I actually get.
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That is not my bitcoin address. But I am logged in to MY ACCOUNT (19) because I was able to change my password.

i see,
have to check that, it mixes up the uid with ref somewhere,
it doesnt know ur username (says "welcome ," instead "welcome user,"),
time to fix some more bugs.  Grin

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