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November 26, 2014, 10:21:36 AM
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We invite you to watch Evan Duffield 1 min video explaining why should we all use DARKCOIN.

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November 26, 2014, 10:33:03 AM
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Maybe because of the 2 million instamined coins?

You have a lot of DRKs, ok we get it Smiley.
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November 26, 2014, 10:47:26 AM
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Maybe because of the 2 million instamined coins?

You have a lot of DRKs, ok we get it Smiley.

Maybe you should quit using bitcoin too: "Satoshi certainly has a lot of funds. Bitcoin security consultant Sergio Lerner's oft-cited analysis puts the figure at around 1m BTC, based on the early mining that he or she did."
http://www.coindesk.com/dangerous-satoshi-nakamoto/

That old instamined fud is so old and diluted it makes you sound as if you just crawled out of a cave after a year.....all of these coins have been bought and sold so many times over now this is not a problem....nice try though...
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November 26, 2014, 01:45:17 PM
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Maybe because of the 2 million instamined coins?

You have a lot of DRKs, ok we get it Smiley.

Maybe you should quit using bitcoin too: "Satoshi certainly has a lot of funds. Bitcoin security consultant Sergio Lerner's oft-cited analysis puts the figure at around 1m BTC, based on the early mining that he or she did."
http://www.coindesk.com/dangerous-satoshi-nakamoto/

That old instamined fud is so old and diluted it makes you sound as if you just crawled out of a cave after a year.....all of these coins have been bought and sold so many times over now this is not a problem....nice try though...


Satoshi didn't mine 2 million coins within first day of Bitcoin. It has been 10 months since Darkcoin went live, 10 months and you get roughly 50% of total available coin mined only in first day !! Seems legit, huh ?

This can be verified in blockchain, so it's not fud, it's FACT. 1,625,000 DRK was mined from 3:54 to 11:22 of January 19th.

Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.
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November 26, 2014, 02:54:09 PM
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dude, tl, dr.

Your title says "pump thread"

please title next time "darkcoin pumpthread" to keep it real Wink  Why make it so complicated?
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November 26, 2014, 03:08:35 PM
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Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.

What's worse is Evan's stubborness to insist on maintaining the Masternode concept even though it is severely flawed in nature and many better options have been presented to him by other developers. To me the whole Masternode concept is a ploy to further enrich large Dark holders by getting paid more Dark to cycle coins.
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November 26, 2014, 06:26:27 PM
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Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.
What's worse is Evan's stubborness to insist on maintaining the Masternode concept even though it is severely flawed in nature and many better options have been presented to him by other developers. To me the whole Masternode concept is a ploy to further enrich large Dark holders by getting paid more Dark to cycle coins.

Master-nodes is not exactly peer to peer. Darkcoin seems to be highly hierarchical with the top of the pyramid beeing the inner instamined circles, surround by a middle management layer consisting out of the masternodes.

Quite the opposite of what was the original intent for creating "internet money", huh?
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November 26, 2014, 06:33:29 PM
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Masternodes, because a small subset of the total get chosen each time, are orders of magnitude more decentralised, and secure, than mining or staking.

Proof of Service: they actually do something useful, and make things like InstanTX possible.
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November 26, 2014, 06:52:45 PM
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thanks OP.. for the heads up and the link to the video. It was certainly interesting to watch.

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November 26, 2014, 06:56:10 PM
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Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.

What's worse is Evan's stubborness to insist on maintaining the Masternode concept even though it is severely flawed in nature and many better options have been presented to him by other developers. To me the whole Masternode concept is a ploy to further enrich large Dark holders by getting paid more Dark to cycle coins.

 Fair enough.

 Bitcoin was severly flawed until it became stable. Darkcoin was flawed and its now stable. When new upcoming features arrive, I expect DRK to undergo unstableness, until (at the speed of light) Evan fixes it making it stable again.

 I clearly see you no clue what the Masternode concept really is all about. Masternodes do not get payed to cycles coins. They're payed as Proof of Service, much in the same line as Proof of Stake.
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November 26, 2014, 06:59:49 PM
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In regards to the merits of Darkcoin, nothing any of us say here is going to change a damn thing. Why don't we let history be the judge, huh? I for one know where I am placing my bets...

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November 26, 2014, 07:12:24 PM
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Evan was high as fuck lmfao

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November 26, 2014, 08:40:46 PM
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This can be verified in blockchain, so it's not fud, it's FACT. 1,625,000 DRK was mined from 3:54 to 11:22 of January 19th.

Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.

Did you miss the lunch? Many people didn't. There are hundreds of people F5'ing the ANN section to jump on any released coin to mine it at the lunch and sell it soon after. Distribution happened. Pay attention next time imo. Sad
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November 26, 2014, 10:57:31 PM
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no just no

even bytecoin that was 82% premined is better than drk

just go buy any coin using the cryptonote technology. there is nothing better right now

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November 27, 2014, 01:29:15 AM
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Maybe because of the 2 million instamined coins?

You have a lot of DRKs, ok we get it Smiley.

Maybe you should quit using bitcoin too: "Satoshi certainly has a lot of funds. Bitcoin security consultant Sergio Lerner's oft-cited analysis puts the figure at around 1m BTC, based on the early mining that he or she did."
http://www.coindesk.com/dangerous-satoshi-nakamoto/

That old instamined fud is so old and diluted it makes you sound as if you just crawled out of a cave after a year.....all of these coins have been bought and sold so many times over now this is not a problem....nice try though...


Satoshi didn't mine 2 million coins within first day of Bitcoin. It has been 10 months since Darkcoin went live, 10 months and you get roughly 50% of total available coin mined only in first day !! Seems legit, huh ?

This can be verified in blockchain, so it's not fud, it's FACT. 1,625,000 DRK was mined from 3:54 to 11:22 of January 19th.

Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.

You are still spreading the old FUD. en?
"Satoshi" didn't mine 2 million coins in , let's say, one day, in YOUR way. But nearly two years later, Bitcoin started to be known by the public. During these two years, most of the coins was mined by very few people(let's say the satoshies). According to your logic, if the period is long enough, no matter whether it is known by the public at the beginning or months/years/ later, It's OK?
Compare to the release of Darkcoin and Bitcoin. Now you still thing that Darkcoin's distribution is worse than Bitcoin?

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November 27, 2014, 01:30:31 AM
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Why all this hate on DRKcoin? It looks really promising to me, and Eduffield seem a solid and honest guy.
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November 27, 2014, 02:11:30 AM
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Why all this hate on DRKcoin? It looks really promising to me, and Eduffield seem a solid and honest guy.

No hate and its promising indeed, but for now it seems unworthy of using anonymous on the title.

Why's that?
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November 27, 2014, 02:22:11 AM
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Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.

What's worse is Evan's stubborness to insist on maintaining the Masternode concept even though it is severely flawed in nature and many better options have been presented to him by other developers. To me the whole Masternode concept is a ploy to further enrich large Dark holders by getting paid more Dark to cycle coins.

 Fair enough.

 Bitcoin was severly flawed until it became stable. Darkcoin was flawed and its now stable. When new upcoming features arrive, I expect DRK to undergo unstableness, until (at the speed of light) Evan fixes it making it stable again.

 I clearly see you no clue what the Masternode concept really is all about. Masternodes do not get payed to cycles coins. They're payed as Proof of Service, much in the same line as Proof of Stake.

What service(s) do Masternodes provide other than cycling/mixing coins?
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November 27, 2014, 02:31:21 AM
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Who care if those instamined coins was sold or not ? Instamine is still instamine.

What's worse is Evan's stubborness to insist on maintaining the Masternode concept even though it is severely flawed in nature and many better options have been presented to him by other developers. To me the whole Masternode concept is a ploy to further enrich large Dark holders by getting paid more Dark to cycle coins.

 Fair enough.

 Bitcoin was severly flawed until it became stable. Darkcoin was flawed and its now stable. When new upcoming features arrive, I expect DRK to undergo unstableness, until (at the speed of light) Evan fixes it making it stable again.

 I clearly see you no clue what the Masternode concept really is all about. Masternodes do not get payed to cycles coins. They're payed as Proof of Service, much in the same line as Proof of Stake.

What service(s) do Masternodes provide other than cycling/mixing coins?

As far as I know they broadcast InstantX transactions plus further services to be implemented (VPN?).

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November 27, 2014, 09:55:19 AM
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Why that Hollywood cheap ad tone? He should talk more normally about it all.

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