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February 11, 2015, 07:07:31 AM
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Vertcoin is still heavily undervaluated, I believe we will take one day LTCs place. Slowly but firmly.
No way dude! LTC is BTC shadow. I don't want VTC to become like LTC, it sux LOL.
As successful as LTC maybe I could understand Tongue
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February 12, 2015, 06:34:19 PM
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Add support for 13 more coins in Coinomi Universal HD Wallet
Coinomi is a very secure and lighweight, universal HD wallet for Android devices, currently supporting 13 coins:

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February 12, 2015, 07:27:11 PM
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Add support for 13 more coins in Coinomi Universal HD Wallet
Coinomi is a very secure and lighweight, universal HD wallet for Android devices, currently supporting 13 coins:

Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Peercoin, Darkcoin, Reddcoin, NuBits, NuShares, Blackcoin, Feathercoin, Rubycoin, Digitalcoin, and Cannacoin.

In return for your support we will double the number of supported coins to 26!

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Doesn't look like it supports vertcoin
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February 15, 2015, 09:15:16 AM
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Vertcoin is still heavily undervaluated, I believe we will take one day LTCs place. Slowly but firmly.
No way dude! LTC is BTC shadow. I don't want VTC to become like LTC, it sux LOL.
As successful as LTC maybe I could understand Tongue
i hold LTC,also VTC,and FTC
VTC may take LTC's place,but who knows the future
for miners,VTC is better than FTC,not about the profit
i keep mining VTC,not care the price,and hold too many coins,i don't like dump
to buy big amount cheap VTC on exchange ,i should say no way

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Hi, everyone,

Just announcing that I made some Linux-arm builds for the GUI and headless wallet because I couldn't find any elsewhere. They're built directly from the official source, so it's pretty easy to do on your own as well... but if anyone wants the convenience of a prebuilt binary, you can grab mine from: http://starflakenights.net/crypto/wallets.html#vtc .

Hopefully these will help out someone other than me. I'll keep them updated as the source changes (or as often as is necessary), so check my site if they stop working after an official update.

EDIT: Forgot to mention a critical build point: these binaries use libdb5.1 rather than libdb4.8, which makes blockchain databases that they generate incompatible with official builds. This is okay for my purposes, since I really don't mind re-verifying the whole blockchain if mine gets corrupted, but it might be a turn-off for some. (You can go 4.8 to 5.1, but not 5.1 to 4.8.)
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February 22, 2015, 01:31:13 PM
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Speaking of blockchain... do I have to have a copy of the whole thing on my computer for my wallet to work as it is taking up a lot of space I can only imagine how big it will get in years to come.

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February 22, 2015, 11:18:39 PM
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Speaking of blockchain... do I have to have a copy of the whole thing on my computer for my wallet to work as it is taking up a lot of space I can only imagine how big it will get in years to come.

Cheers

By design, you need to keep a copy of the blockchain to use the wallet binaries. I believe the only way to get around that is to opt for an online wallet service, which obviously carries increased risk.

Here's a decent article that explains the security and pros and cons of each situation, albeit for Bitcoin, a little more thoroughly: http://www.stavros.io/posts/store-bitcoins-safely/.
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February 23, 2015, 04:07:34 AM
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Thanks for the info. Is there a way to move where the files are stored as my main drive is an SSD and has quite limited storage capacity so I would rather it was on one of my reg hard disks.

Thanks again
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February 23, 2015, 04:30:48 AM
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Thanks for the info. Is there a way to move where the files are stored as my main drive is an SSD and has quite limited storage capacity so I would rather it was on one of my reg hard disks.

Thanks again

Not sure what OS you're using, but this (again Bitcoin) documentation shows where you can find the wallet/blockchain directory: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin#Bitcoin.conf_Configuration_File . It'll be "vertcoin" rather than "bitcoin", obviously.

Once you've found the directory, move it to wherever you want to keep it and start your wallet with the -datadir=%location% command, where %location% is the relative or absolute location of your vertcoin directory. With Windows, it might not work with relative locations, though - I've never tested it.

For example, if have my wallet directory in a data directory that sits in the same directory as the executable on Linux, I'd run:
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./vertcoin-qt -datadir=./data

Also, if you are running on Windows and have your wallet directory at D:\Vertcoin, I believe you can embed the -datadir option in a shortcut. You can create a shortcut to the Vertcoin wallet, right click it, go to properties, and add
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-datadir=D:\Vertcoin

Hopefully that helps!
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February 23, 2015, 08:06:40 AM
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Thanks I will try it later.. be sure to check your inbox I sent ya a little something for ya trouble.
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February 23, 2015, 08:08:41 AM
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Speaking of blockchain... do I have to have a copy of the whole thing on my computer for my wallet to work as it is taking up a lot of space I can only imagine how big it will get in years to come.

Cheers

By design, you need to keep a copy of the blockchain to use the wallet binaries. I believe the only way to get around that is to opt for an online wallet service, which obviously carries increased risk.

Here's a decent article that explains the security and pros and cons of each situation, albeit for Bitcoin, a little more thoroughly: http://www.stavros.io/posts/store-bitcoins-safely/.

Actually, you can use the zero-trust wallets also such as the one here: https://wallet.thisisvtc.com

Basically the private key is not stored on the wallet itself, but id created based on your browser account and password (or something like this) - so its important you don't lose those.

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February 23, 2015, 11:40:05 PM
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This seems to be the best CPU GPU coin out there, keep it up Wink

Not really CPU, more focused on GPU I think...

I said CPU coin because there is no much advantage using GPU specially compared watts to watts or the GPU miner is not well optimized.

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February 24, 2015, 01:20:28 PM
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This seems to be the best CPU GPU coin out there, keep it up Wink

Not really CPU, more focused on GPU I think...

I said CPU coin because there is no much advantage using GPU specially compared watts to watts or the GPU miner is not well optimized.

Maybe watts for watts GPU is not efficient, but you can put several GPU in one PC. The total hash is higher.
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February 24, 2015, 01:29:50 PM
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This seems to be the best CPU GPU coin out there, keep it up Wink

Not really CPU, more focused on GPU I think...

I said CPU coin because there is no much advantage using GPU specially compared watts to watts or the GPU miner is not well optimized.

Maybe watts for watts GPU is not efficient, but you can put several GPU in one PC. The total hash is higher.

the algorythm has been designed to be memory heavy and thus gpu unfriendly; like cryptonight, for example.
regardless, if you look at nicehash or yaamp, lyra2RE is never the most profitable algo to mine.
because of this, and the fact that it's used by vertcoin only, who mines it must be a vertcoin believer.
when that's the case, performance/watt is not that important.

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February 24, 2015, 01:45:27 PM
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Speaking of blockchain... do I have to have a copy of the whole thing on my computer for my wallet to work as it is taking up a lot of space I can only imagine how big it will get in years to come.

Cheers

By design, you need to keep a copy of the blockchain to use the wallet binaries. I believe the only way to get around that is to opt for an online wallet service, which obviously carries increased risk.

Here's a decent article that explains the security and pros and cons of each situation, albeit for Bitcoin, a little more thoroughly: http://www.stavros.io/posts/store-bitcoins-safely/.

Actually, you can use the zero-trust wallets also such as the one here: https://wallet.thisisvtc.com

Basically the private key is not stored on the wallet itself, but id created based on your browser account and password (or something like this) - so its important you don't lose those.

Thanks i will consider that option.
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February 24, 2015, 04:10:45 PM
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I smell a taste for the unusual, the big sharks are lurking.

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February 25, 2015, 08:38:59 AM
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I smell a taste for the unusual, the big sharks are lurking.

What you mean.. can't a shark lurk in peace anymore.  Wink
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I smell a taste for the unusual, the big sharks are lurking.

What you mean.. can't a shark lurk in peace anymore.  Wink

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I smell a taste for the unusual, the big sharks are lurking.

What you mean.. can't a shark lurk in peace anymore.  Wink
VTC has been quiet for days ,i used 30K VTC to test if there is a shark.
just one bite,i lost my bait.

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March 02, 2015, 04:23:48 PM
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what about elasticity? Smiley how far are the developments?

and where is the community?

Community is sleeping - Vertcoin needs more developers to get on board and help. But as ever, people rather create their own shitcoin clones than actually help a serious cryptocurrency improve.

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