On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 11:53:19AM -0700, Evan Duffield wrote:
We’re a startup looking for 1 or 2 really good C++ programmer that is
familiar with the bitcoin internals to help with a for-profit startup.
We will be able to provide more information about the project after signing
On Monday, December 30, 2013 11:22:25 PM Peter Todd wrote:
that you are using merge-mining is a red-flag because without majority, or
at least near-majority, hashing power an attacker can 51% attack your
altcoin at negligible cost by re-using existing hashing power.
I strongly disagree on this
I doubt this list is for this kind of thing. I am following
bitcoin-development since a long time but never participated because I
believe discussions should be well-focused and I never had anything
relevant to say.
Evan, I am pretty sure that emails such as yours will cause the true
I'm not sure where you got the idea that Bitcoin-development was ideal for
hiring scamcoin developers, but it's not. Most of the people on this list are
smart enough to realize posts like this are dumb ideas backed by greedy
entrepreneurs who don't understand the system they're trying to
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