[tor-talk] DogecoinDark Cryptocurrency is now fully dark using Tor
jowr.pi at gmail.com
Sun Nov 2 05:22:36 UTC 2014
"I can't imagine why nobody takes something called dogecoin seriously"
On Sun, Nov 2, 2014 at 12:04 AM, Артур Истомин <art.istom at yandex.ru> wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 01, 2014 at 07:50:24PM -0700, BM-2cUqBqHFVDHuY34ZcpL3PNgkpLUEEer8ev at bitmessage.ch wrote:
>> Please stop doing masked advertising to this mail list.
>> What makes a client sure that DogecoinDark software protects them against
>> malicious peers feeding them scrambled data? What are the protections?
>> Why the hell would someone use DogecoinDark anyway? Who si that dumb? Tor
>> community is not a suitable target for cheap scams using altcoins. Users
>> here are much more smarter than that.
>> DogecoinDark is yet another altcoin appeared like a mushroom after the
>> rain, with no solid background and no academic research, designed to make
>> someone rich over night for a thing which very well might fail (and it
>> will). If anyone would use a cryptocurrency, they will use Bitcoin for so
>> many reasons, starting with technical specification which is much better
>> researched and understood by academics and developers (ECDSA, SHA256) and
>> the enormous sum invested in mining hardware as well as electricity bill
>> for these machines.
>> P.S. Rather than naming altcoins fancy (like dogecoin, dogecoindark,
>> dogecoinlight, DogecoinSpicy, DogeCoinSweet, DogeCoinSalted, FeatherCoin,
>> whatever (source http://coinmarketcap.com/), you should name them as:
>> makes it easier for people to make reference to them.
> Why so much negative emotions? :) Dogecoin one of three most famous
> cryptocurrency. Or are you against cryptocurrency in general?
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