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  • Real Name: Robert Ross
  • Location: Indianapolis
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    From 2007 until present Robert has been building out MDFs and IDFs for multi million dollar companies across the midwest and has managed hundreds of new construction IT build outs for various project sizes from small retail stores to large shipping distribution centers. Also during this time frame Robert has serviced hundreds of general IT service calls dealing with everything from broadband, to network upgrades, and everything in between dealing with copper cabling, security, fiber optics, and any commercial grade IT equipment maintenance. In between this time, Robert also spent 1 year acting as a Northern Michigan Red Cross IT administrator and has dedicated a small amount of time doing Linux server configurations for a small Indianapolis company.

    In 2013 Robert discovered Bitcoin and has spent every free moment dedicating time to advancing his knowledge in the field of cryptocurrency. From March 2013 until April 2014 Robert was a Bitcoin and Altcoin miner building up a mining farm consisting of 34 GPUs and 8 CPUs. Since mining on general computer hardware was no longer profitable for cryptocurrency mining, Robert co-founded FoldingCoin Inc in July 2014 with hopes of helping to redirect a large amount of the mining power that goes into altcoins to be better used towards Stanford's Folding@home project.

    Since FoldingCoin was well received in the cryptocurrency community, Robert decided in January of 2015 to go full time in the Counterparty community. Since the beginning of 2015 Robert has taken on the following roles:

    • Director of FoldingCoin Inc
    • Community director for the Counterparty Foundation
    • Host of the LTB podcast: “XCP Weekly Update”
    • Webmaster of
    • Event coordinator to the Indy Bitcoin Meetup
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    • Director of FoldingCoin Inc
    • Community Director for the Counterparty Foundation
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  • Re: Spell of Genesis Crowd Sale - Invest or pass?

    I cannot wait to receive my tokens, i also got the very special blocksize discussion token:

  • Re: Video: Tokenly Pocket installation and use

    Calling on @andref :

    Would you be able to help translate Tokenly Pockets into russian? You can find the whole detailed discussion going on here


  • Re: Crypto Project Vinyl Stickers

  • Re: Token Classifications

    @picisi well I sort of look at it from a very practical standpoint, firstly 'what is it designed to do', then 'what is most of it doing now'.

    if a coin was designed to be used as a means of exchange between buyer and seller or good or services, then it was designed to be a currency, if it was designed to be a temporary representative store of value like tickets at a fair, or tokens everywhere then it's a token.

    The main criteria is utility, utility is also the primary factor for the CC's value.

    Nevertheless, regardless of what they are designed to do or they name they are given I want to know how most of them are currently being used. Are they in circulation as currency or a commodity?

    If you create a currency, and spend all of your time marketing the currency, instead of the products and services being bought and sold with the currency then you know you likely have a commodity than a currency.

    I believe all fiat currencies start off as a commodity or at least a debt instruments until such time that actual revenue is able to cover the amount of currency in circulation, then it becomes a currency that simply makes it easier to transfer values from 'A' to 'B'.

    All of the 2nd gen coin should have a name that reflects the fact that they are far more than a currency, they should have a term embodies their super currency status.

    just my thoughts

    Here is a list of all the tokens

    A lot of them are rewards type of tokens or equity type of tokens

  • Re: Video: Tokenly Pocket installation and use

    @stephan what is pocket tokenly

    Here is a good video to watch that explains it well, but in short it is a google chrome extension wallet for counterparty tokens:

    this video is older so it doesnt show tokenly pockets, it shows the XCP and LTB wallet, but the concept is the same. Though i do need to update my videos

  • Bitcoin Stress test 2

    Bitcoin stress test commencing again. This time they plan on back logging bitcoin for 30 days to prove a point about block sizes

  • Re: 24xbtc :: Exchange Service :: Bitcoin, BTC-E, WebMoney, WU, MG & E-Currencies

    @mark78 24xbtc :: Bitcoin Exchange Service :: Buy - Sell E-currencies (WebMoney, PerfectMoney, Western Union, MoneyGram, BTC-E, Paxum, Alipay, Visa/MasterCard)

    Bitcoin Qiwi WebMoney BTC-E code PerfectMoney Capitalist Cryptocheck Paxum Visa/MasterCard WesternUnion(MoneyGram, Contact, Unistream) CASH(EUR/USD/UAH/RUB/CNY)

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    This seems like spam to me, could you please confirm that you are looking to contribute continuously to this community with good content or are you just randomly advertising on websites?


  • Re: BTC on both sides of the fork?

    @faceface I'm not looking to double spend. I think the fork will happen, and will be disastrous (i.e. I don't expect to profit). I guess 75% of the miners (or more) will run XT, and a hardcore group will stick to 1Mb. I'd like to make sure I can keep my coins on both, which seems technically possible?

    I would think technically speaking that once it forks you will have the same amount of BTC for each fork, so as long as you have the private key still, you could use them on both..... but i dont think it will play out that way. The "hardcore" group would have a lot of work to do as if the majority moves over, that means all the work in BTC that has been done so far will move with the majority (coinbase, blockchain, ext...)

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