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Title: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:03:44 PM
To swap/IAO participants: message me your OMC address AND the details of your swap/purchase.


http://i.imgur.com/LVVlNrV.png

www.delta.investments

Please message me your email for a Slack Invitation.
Please visit this page to register for bi-weekly BTC dividends: http://delta.investments/iao/


Find more information on the Signature Campaign here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605301.new#new).

Funding has ended with 121 BTC raised.



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Series 1 of dividend payments, 2-week period (17/09/16 - 01/10/16)

A total of 9.2819423994 BTC has been sent to a total of 10 registered balances (839,994.78728 OMC). The average dividend payout for the first 2-week period is 0.00001105 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/f5zG1VR.png

http://i.imgur.com/5cdmNsJ.png
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Series 2 of dividend payments, 2-week period (01/10/16 - 15/10/16)

A total of 11.1595164803 BTC has been sent to a total of 19 registered balances (1349397.39786 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000827 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/ANmO3ST.jpg


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Series 3 of dividend payments, 2-week period (15/10/16 - 29/10/16)

A total of 16.9530992099 BTC has been sent to a total of 20 registered balances (1465263.5445 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00001157 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/OjaNqOK.png

http://i.imgur.com/DJLO5FK.png

Due note that this bi-weekly period was very unique. The fund experienced a loss close to -0.00002000 BTC per OMC early on during the week. The amount was recovered quickly, and a healthy return was made for investors.
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Series 4 of dividend payments, 2-week period (29/10/16 - 12/11/16)

A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/gxEwumi.png

I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.
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Series 5 of dividend payments, 2-week period (12/11/16 - 26/11/16)

A total of 5.30030709784 BTC has been sent to a total of 20 registered balances (1709776.48317 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000310 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/bb7RBPc.png

Due to the minimal trading returns during these 2 weeks, a few BTC from the IAO fund have been added to this dividend distribution. All bonus BTC was accrued through successful trades in the past weeks.
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Series 6 of dividend payments, 2-week period (26/11/16 - 10/12/16)

A total of 7.69454708364 BTC has been sent to a total of 20 registered balances (1760765.92303 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000437 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/Vp2N20v.png
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Series 7 of dividend payments, 2-week period (10/12/16 - 24/12/16)

A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png
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What is Omicron?

Omicron (OMC) is a digital blockchain-based asset that accrues interest through two mechanisms: minting and BTC dividends. It is the first step towards having an unbanked investment world where an independent digital currency asset yields returns in an alternate medium of exchange. OMC plans to be a major inflation and investment vehicle for the cryptocurrency community as well as various brick-and-mortar entities.


Taking the first step towards an unbanked society

The core principle of Omicron's investment platform is to allow investors to own a digital asset that adds value to itself- just like shares in a dividend-issuing company. Easily transferable for a quick turnover without the need of intermediary brokers, the OMC asset will be the choice dividend vehicle for investors around the globe. Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.


How are BTC dividend-yields accrued and issued?

BTC dividends will be funded every 2 weeks through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields. A BTC address must be associated with the OMC address, which will be done through the main website, and soon through the Omicron client itself.

http://i.imgur.com/lphsTdd.png


Transparency and Solvency

Trust is a major issue in the unregulated industry that cryptocurrency is. The Omicron investment platform will prove solvency biweekly, by revealing copies of trading summaries, balance statements, and further evidence that OMC is solvent and paying from revenue, not from capital. Independent audits by high profile members of the Bitcoin community will be allowed every 2-3 months to make sure that data provided biweekly is accurate and not forged or modified in any way.


Quick turnover and a market

Omicron will be the first dividend-issuing asset that will be able to be traded on popular cryptocurrency exchanges. The quick turn over on exchanges will make OMC a superior investment vehicle than any existing dividend-issuing company today. Issuing dividends at a faster rate than most businesses, the market will be fast paced and a choice asset to trade as daytraders make their moves on dividend performance. As OMC adds value to itself through continuous dividend payouts, long term holders of the asset will experience a steady increase to the value of their investment as well as pocketing biweekly revenue.


Prospectus

A copy of the general summary of the Prospectus can be found here (http://delta.investments/prospectus/).


Funding

Omicron will undergo a round of funding up to a maximum of 1,116 BTC. At a base price of 0.00012000 BTC per asset, 9,300,000 Omicron will be available to purchase through the main website with discount tiers available for the first 9 days of the 2-week Initial Asset Offering. More details can be found on the website: www.delta.investments (http://www.delta.investments).


Technical specifications

Omicron will be a blockchain based asset, and a clone of Bitcoin. Minting through the wallet will yield 5%/annum, compounding on a daily basis. The clients that will be released on Sept 17 will have a fresh overhaul to the interface, and there will be future modifications to add simplicity to OMC-BTC address linkage and addtional add-ons. Fullstack developers will be paid and employed to implement said features. The main focus of Omicron is to provide a suitable and superior investment vehicle than dividend-issuing companies. With this in mind, there will be no brand new technical developments made for OMC. Modifications will be ported from other cryptocurrency clients to keep OMC top of the line.

Code:
64 second block spacing
3 confirmations required for TXs
3 hours for interest generation
~2,000,000 supply (~8,000,000 locked)
5% interest/annum


Wallets and Source

http://i.imgur.com/TQjqhr5.png (https://mega.nz/#!kMNwWRDR!BnDRz7fHBp971PLL_JLSv3f04IRNdoBtpEMR2bLKmLo)                            https://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/simple-icons/1024/github-1024-black.png (https://github.com/Gladimor/Omicron-Investment-Platform)

Mac wallet: https://mega.nz/#!4A8nGYaT!rfpgiSoXOC9b0MgjGQOheni623WHEyJOv3lvtldznak (https://mega.nz/#!4A8nGYaT!rfpgiSoXOC9b0MgjGQOheni623WHEyJOv3lvtldznak)


Official OMC Nodes

Toronto (Seednode, don't need to add): 159.203.62.235

London: 138.68.148.172

Singapore: 139.59.228.205

Frankfurt: 46.101.167.84

San Fransisco: 107.170.221.177


Exchanges

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)


Block Explorer

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/ (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/)


Translations

Indonesian (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604522.msg16107774#msg16107774)
Turkish (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605913.0)
Chinese (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605628)
Greek (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606190.msg16125901#msg16125901)
Portuguese (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606286.0)
German (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608173.msg16148819#msg16148819)
Filipino (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608214.new#new)
Italian (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1610686)


Other links

http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/index.php?topic=10020.new#new
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/49597-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
http://altcointalk.org/index.php/topic,681.new.html#new
https://allcryptotalk.com/index.php?/topic/2958-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
http://scforum.info/index.php?topic=11871.new#new
https://thealtcoinboard.com/index.php?topic=557.new#new
http://cryptos.us/forum/announcements/255-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency
https://forum.bitcoin.com/alternative-cryptocurrencies-altcoins/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency-t10328.html
http://bitbiz.io/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1736/
http://cryptomoms.com/forum/announcements/18/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/1457/
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/820
http://antibitcointalk.com/index.php/topic,878.0.html
http://cryptoscene.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1057/
http://doges.org/v-cryptocurrency/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
https://bitcoinforum.com/alternative-cryptocurrencies/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/new/#new
http://www.bitcointrading.com/forum/other-digital-currencies/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/new/#new
http://cryptohub.site/index.php/topic,792.0.html
http://colossuscointalk.org/index.php?topic=1258.0
https://www.quarktalk.cc/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1609/
https://www.bigbitforum.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.749/
http://btc-eth.community/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.369/
http://metabtc.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1127/


Additional details

There is additional details on the IAO of Omicron, such as fund manager information, further explanations, and an IAO purchase page. Please visit www.delta.investments (http://www.delta.investments) for more details. The full prospectus will be available on the 3rd of September.


Kindest regards,
Adam Trat
Founder and fund manager

https://g.twimg.com/Twitter_logo_blue.png (https://twitter.com/gladimorcrypto)

Official IAO Address: 18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW (https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW)
Old IAO Address: 1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye



Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: doktor1897 on August 31, 2016, 05:06:12 PM
very nice website . there is any news about the bounty ? ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: axlroses on August 31, 2016, 05:14:24 PM
DCR ticker is decred


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:18:52 PM
DCR ticker is decred

DCR was initially DeltaCredits ticker until Decred decided to use it for their coin. DCR is trading under DCRE on Yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: LiskQH on August 31, 2016, 05:29:04 PM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Pap0u on August 31, 2016, 05:30:26 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: LiskQH on August 31, 2016, 05:31:45 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

He needs to buy a lunch, the lunch costs much. Hamsters bear not enough money recently.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:34:01 PM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.

This was planned for a long time. Domain registered in 2015. Omicron is far from a clone of ICONOMI.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Pap0u on August 31, 2016, 05:34:07 PM
I think he's a smart guy that can make money trading but ultimately he's creating coins, projects and platforms that all tie in together and will reap the benefits. He might make people some money but it seems like ways to just generate a lot of capital he can play with.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:35:18 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: cryptospreader on August 31, 2016, 05:36:20 PM
Is this an another ICO coin? After seeing roadmap only people can think more about the project. It may be a clone, but may be worth give it a try.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: @Hakermania@ on August 31, 2016, 05:36:43 PM
love the website dev, looking forward for more info about your coin! please keep us update.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Pap0u on August 31, 2016, 05:38:49 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

You are going too HAM dude lol. HYIP's, coin clones, platform clones. Like I feel you, you are trying to get a piece of the pie out there but just play with the capital you make man and make some good long term investments. You do really seem like a guy that can make money. All these projects and clones dude though are just really cheap and shady.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: markus124 on August 31, 2016, 05:43:04 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

So...we are going to change bittokens for this new coin? and u will only develop omicron then?


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:47:57 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

You are going too HAM dude lol. HYIP's, coin clones, platform clones. Like I feel you, you are trying to get a piece of the pie out there but just play with the capital you make man and make some good long term investments. You do really seem like a guy that can make money. All these projects and clones dude though are just really cheap and shady.

In my history, I had 2 coins and 1 project. None of them were cheap OR shady and all of my clients made money. When I deliver a project, I do my due deligence to make sure that it will work out for everyone and that it is of quality. Omicron will be my biggest and largest devoted project.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:49:41 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

So...we are going to change bittokens for this new coin? and u will only develop omicron then?


Yes. Investors were consulted with this decision in slack before this announcement.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: markus124 on August 31, 2016, 05:51:50 PM
ok thanks. Then im going to keep my bxt :P Good luck dev  ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: yhlsqj on August 31, 2016, 05:52:45 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

He needs to buy a lunch, the lunch costs much. Hamsters bear not enough money recently.

Let's just ignore the red trust OP, and vod gave him negative turst-run a ponzi failed, lol, the bad ponzi scammer now opens an ico scam??


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: bohokor on August 31, 2016, 05:53:40 PM
Hello all,

I have launched a cryptocurrency that features a duo-interest-generating functionality. I will be updating this thread with more info soon. Currently, you can find more information here:

www.delta.investments

Kindest regards,
Adam Trat
Founder and Fund Manager
waiting for for information and bounty program  ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 05:59:42 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

He needs to buy a lunch, the lunch costs much. Hamsters bear not enough money recently.

Let's just ignore the red trust OP, and vod gave him negative turst-run a ponzi failed, lol, the bad ponzi scammer now opens an ico scam??


Do your due deligence. I never ever ran a ponzi, only a trading service. I also take offence to such accusations. If you look in my "untrusted" section, you will find positive feedback from over 50 members, some with considerably high trust.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: EpyxZ on August 31, 2016, 06:09:40 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

I like where this is going.  You have a public github? Care to say what the 2 coins that you will swap to new Omicron are? :)



Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 06:15:13 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

I like where this is going.  You have a public github? Care to say what the 2 coins that you will swap to new Omicron are? :)


How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

2 before this. One in 2015 and another last week. Both will have a swap for Omicron

I like where this is going.  You have a public github? Care to say what the 2 coins that you will swap to new Omicron are? :)



I have more than 1 github. The 2 swap coins will be BitTokens and DeltaCredits.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: killerjoegreece on August 31, 2016, 06:20:03 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

He needs to buy a lunch, the lunch costs much. Hamsters bear not enough money recently.

Let's just ignore the red trust OP, and vod gave him negative turst-run a ponzi failed, lol, the bad ponzi scammer now opens an ico scam??


Do your due deligence. I never ever ran a ponzi, only a trading service. I also take offence to such accusations. If you look in my "untrusted" section, you will find positive feedback from over 50 members, some with considerably high trust.

check inbox and please answer. This dude here has paid me for a translation and i trust him


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: lucky80 on August 31, 2016, 06:43:49 PM
How many coins and projects are you starting dude lol

He needs to buy a lunch, the lunch costs much. Hamsters bear not enough money recently.

Let's just ignore the red trust OP, and vod gave him negative turst-run a ponzi failed, lol, the bad ponzi scammer now opens an ico scam??


Do your due deligence. I never ever ran a ponzi, only a trading service. I also take offence to such accusations. If you look in my "untrusted" section, you will find positive feedback from over 50 members, some with considerably high trust.

check inbox and please answer. This dude here has paid me for a translation and i trust him

i received my payment also sir.... thanks


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 07:00:54 PM
IAO begins on Sept 3, 10 PM EST, and ends on Sept 17 (2 Weeks).
Trade-in begins now, message me for details. Trade-in ends on Sept 3, 9 PM est.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: burzuks6 on August 31, 2016, 07:04:05 PM
ICO begins on Sept 3, 10 PM EST.
Trade-in begins now, message me for details. Trade-in ends on Sept 3, 9 PM est.

i will probably buy some coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: drays on August 31, 2016, 07:16:13 PM
Gladimor, could you please revise this (copied from the website):

Quote
Throughout the 10,000,000 supply of OMC, 500,000 coins (7%) will be set aside for a swap-in of DeltaCredits (DCR) and BitTokens (BXT). Accordingly 1% will be used for DCR and 6% for BXT.

500,000 cannot make 7% of 10,000,000, right? Something there should be revised/corrected. Do I miss something here?


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 07:18:26 PM
Gladimor, could you please revise this (copied from the website):

Quote
Throughout the 10,000,000 supply of OMC, 500,000 coins (7%) will be set aside for a swap-in of DeltaCredits (DCR) and BitTokens (BXT). Accordingly 1% will be used for DCR and 6% for BXT.

500,000 cannot make 7% of 10,000,000, right? Something there should be revised/corrected. Do I miss something here?



Thanks so much for the heads up. Edited that section.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: EpyxZ on August 31, 2016, 08:03:04 PM

I have more than 1 github. The 2 swap coins will be BitTokens and DeltaCredits.

Thank you for the quick response. Def interested now :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: klarki on August 31, 2016, 08:25:10 PM
Let's see what happens in the end.
Is there a bounty for translation into other languages?


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 08:41:00 PM
Let's see what happens in the end.
Is there a bounty for translation into other languages?

Information on bounties will be ready once full ANN is posted.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: markus124 on August 31, 2016, 11:24:41 PM
Let's see what happens in the end.
Is there a bounty for translation into other languages?

Information on bounties will be ready once full ANN is posted.

how many omicrons u get per bittoken?

I bougth over 0.001 per coin and i want to be sure i'm not going to lose value lol.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on August 31, 2016, 11:35:49 PM
Let's see what happens in the end.
Is there a bounty for translation into other languages?

Information on bounties will be ready once full ANN is posted.

how many omicrons u get per bittoken?

I bougth over 0.001 per coin and i want to be sure i'm not going to lose value lol.


It will be calculated once the swap is finalized, in 3 days. At the moment, it is around 200k sats per coin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: markus124 on August 31, 2016, 11:40:23 PM
that sounds fine :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Thefrolly on August 31, 2016, 11:43:35 PM
how much % are you planning to put on lending?


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 01:18:21 AM
how much % are you planning to put on lending?

The % amount entirely depends on the amount the IAO will be able to raise. The larger the amount, the larger the percentage.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 01:19:11 AM
OP has been updated with additional details.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: someone111 on September 01, 2016, 02:53:20 AM
What is IAO?

Trade-in begins now, message me for details.
Trade of what beings now?


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: EpyxZ on September 01, 2016, 03:08:01 AM
What is IAO? <-- No idea
Trade-in begins now, message me for details.
Trade of what beings now?
I have more than 1 github. The 2 swap coins will be BitTokens and DeltaCredits.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: someone111 on September 01, 2016, 03:26:35 AM
In a nutshell, I need to buy 10.000 OMC in this ICO so I will be getting BTC dividend. That is ~ 1,2 BTC... Once I am invested... What will be my approximate profit? How much BTC biweekly can be expected?


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 04:58:04 AM
In a nutshell, I need to buy 10.000 OMC in this ICO so I will be getting BTC dividend. That is ~ 1,2 BTC... Once I am invested... What will be my approximate profit? How much BTC biweekly can be expected?

On the current lending rates, you are looking at a basic of 0.67% of principle, biweekly. That is just for the lending interest considering half of the capital is locked for loans. The variable rate will of course, be variable, and I cannot give you an exact number because it is altcoin trading. Based on my past performance of my trading service in Delta Investments, I can say that the average should be around 10% biweekly from altcoin trading if half the capital is used for trading. So the total biweekly return would be ~10.67%. This is just a statistical number, and will of course be different every 2 weeks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: bakedrice on September 01, 2016, 05:09:25 AM
DCR ticker is decred

DCR was initially DeltaCredits ticker until Decred decided to use it for their coin. DCR is trading under DCRE on Yobit.

still, you should probably change deltacredits' ticker. confusing af


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 05:57:07 AM
DCR ticker is decred

DCR was initially DeltaCredits ticker until Decred decided to use it for their coin. DCR is trading under DCRE on Yobit.

still, you should probably change deltacredits' ticker. confusing af

Yep, that is why I just use "DeltaCredits" as reference instead of any of those tickers.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: rajeshgarnaik on September 01, 2016, 05:58:50 AM
good luck dev reserv me for indian translation


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 06:17:15 AM
good luck dev reserv me for indian translation

Done.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 08:17:54 AM
I will be on a flight back to Toronto, Ill be able to answer messages after the next 15 hours.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: lucky80 on September 01, 2016, 08:54:57 AM
I will be on a flight back to Toronto, Ill be able to answer messages after the next 15 hours.

Go ahead sir .... Indonesian ready sir https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604522.msg16107774#msg16107774

Thanks


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: forumaster on September 01, 2016, 09:33:58 AM
Hi Gladimor, I'm interested in doing the Italian translation of this thread, please send me details :)
I have other translations to do but I will translate it in few days ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: pikkie on September 01, 2016, 10:12:20 AM
nice logo, I hope your project according to your expectations  :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: markus124 on September 01, 2016, 12:55:52 PM
Ok i'm in. Gladimor please check pm's with my details. thanks


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: someone111 on September 01, 2016, 07:26:20 PM
Why should I buy OMC, if there is the existing delta.investments offer that makes twice as much profit?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1578438.0;all


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 01, 2016, 08:07:31 PM
Why should I buy OMC, if there is the existing delta.investments offer that makes twice as much profit?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1578438.0;all


It is because OMC is so much more than the trading service I offer. You'll be able to buy and sell OMC, and there will be a major market on public exchanges as it will be the first cryptocurrency with dividend-yield speculation. You have a fast turnover instead of waiting for investment periods to end. You have full control of the base that accrues the revenue- easier to sleep at night. As I said, it is so much more.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: ZayedCoin on September 01, 2016, 09:25:54 PM
very nice site, and work hard to going with omicron to succes


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 02:30:37 AM
The prospectus is seeing good progress to be complete by September 3, before the opening of the IAO round. Various cryptocurrency marketing agencies have been contacted and hired to spread word about Omicron's presence in the altcoin community.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: cyberhacker on September 02, 2016, 02:42:10 AM
guys,

I am putting a brief summary of Omicron on my site.

Just bring some attention to this project.

enjoy and good luck to you.

http://btc12.com/omicron-anotherinvestmentfunds/ (http://btc12.com/omicron-anotherinvestmentfunds/)


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 02:57:14 AM
Updated the OP with a brief supplementary prospectus snapshot of the prospectus general summary. The actual prospectus will be many pages.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: someone111 on September 02, 2016, 03:57:45 AM
Can I pre-register for the sale? I hope I can buy before it is sold out.

Updated the OP with a brief supplementary prospectus snapshot of the prospectus general summary.
Bad resolution. Barely readable.

Quote
from private investors will be added to the IAO BTC pool.

Find out more here.

broken link: http://delta.investments/ico

"Oops! That page can’t be found."


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 04:06:52 AM
Can I pre-register for the sale? I hope I can buy before it is sold out.

Updated the OP with a brief supplementary prospectus snapshot of the prospectus general summary.
Bad resolution. Barely readable.

Quote
from private investors will be added to the IAO BTC pool.

Find out more here.

broken link: http://delta.investments/ico

"Oops! That page can’t be found."



I will upload a higher resolution. I would like to note that this is a supplementary prospectus, and is subject to additions until the final release on September 3. Also, the link should be http://delta.investments/iao


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 04:14:05 AM
The actual full prospectus that will be released on Sept 3 will be a PDF package with unflattened layers on pages, which should make everything clear and very easy to read.


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform
Post by: mrsimple on September 02, 2016, 04:40:55 AM
be a major inflation and investment vehicle for the cryptocurrency community as well as various brick-and-mortar entities, i not have patience for it, we will take it, waiting for the day :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Blockchain Investment Platform - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 04:52:02 AM
Added other links to more announcements of Omicron. Also added translations section. If you are interested in translating, please consult with me to make sure your language hasn't been reserved yet. There will be a flat fee of 0.025 BTC per translation.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: cyberhacker on September 02, 2016, 06:34:22 AM
here is link of Chinese translation.

enjoy.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605628 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605628)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: bazar165g on September 02, 2016, 06:36:31 AM
can i do Indian translation? i am old investor in delta investment.I am happy that Op is back with new scheme.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: StratisKing on September 02, 2016, 06:36:52 AM
Does anyone trust this project? Vod gave him red, so OP has red trust, I dare not buy/invest this coin from my views.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: bazar165g on September 02, 2016, 06:39:35 AM
Does anyone trust this project? Vod gave him red, so OP has red trust, I dare not buy/invest this coin from my views.
yes vod gave the red trust a year back, you must consult the reference why vod gave such feedback , as far as i remember OP returned funds to major investor , i am not encouraging you though but you much watch this project i feel it is good.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 07:05:19 AM
Does anyone trust this project? Vod gave him red, so OP has red trust, I dare not buy/invest this coin from my views.

Vod gave me negative trust on a dare. Yes, a dare. His sticks to his unfounded basis of the negative trust to save face on this forum.

Reference threads/posts for your viewing pleasure:
The dare: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1266576.msg13084963#msg13084963
A whole discussion thread on the negative trust put on me: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1333022.0


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: sheba on September 02, 2016, 12:30:29 PM
Hi Gladimor, when will the floor for BXT holders be up? Later today?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: Gladimor on September 02, 2016, 05:31:51 PM
Hi Gladimor, when will the floor for BXT holders be up? Later today?

Yes, later today. It will also be pulled a couple hours before the swap ends.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: operabit on September 02, 2016, 05:56:16 PM
Hi Gladimor, when will the floor for BXT holders be up? Later today?

Yes, later today. It will also be pulled a couple hours before the swap ends.

I hope you can be active in the thread BitTokens, because you are not proffesional in making the project, and was impressed to leave your previous project.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: killerjoegreece on September 02, 2016, 06:04:19 PM
The Greek translation is complete and posted here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606190.msg16125901#msg16125901

and here

http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/index.php?topic=10051.msg122072#msg122072

dev check inbox please. waiting for bounty payment :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: someone111 on September 02, 2016, 08:32:20 PM
Does anyone trust this project? Vod gave him red, so OP has red trust, I dare not buy/invest this coin from my views.

Vod gave me negative trust on a dare. Yes, a dare. His sticks to his unfounded basis of the negative trust to save face on this forum.

Reference threads/posts for your viewing pleasure:
The dare: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1266576.msg13084963#msg13084963
A whole discussion thread on the negative trust put on me: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1333022.0

I think the negative trust allegation has been totally debunked and we should bring this up with administration of this forum. For more see my following post:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236976.msg16127041#msg16127041


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Wapinter on September 02, 2016, 11:21:55 PM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.

This was planned for a long time. Domain registered in 2015. Omicron is far from a clone of ICONOMI.
I think because you guys are going to pay interest too.Right?


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on September 03, 2016, 12:26:39 AM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.

This was planned for a long time. Domain registered in 2015. Omicron is far from a clone of ICONOMI.
I think because you guys are going to pay interest too.Right?

There are 2 methods in which OMC addresses accrue revenue:
1. PoS (interest, 5%/annum compounding daily)
2. Biweekly dividends from the IAO trading fund.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: thelion07 on September 03, 2016, 04:08:29 AM
So you are Adam Trat. Got any credentials? a linkedin acct or similar?

Says here you're dead
http://i.imgur.com/S89gBc1.jpg

 


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: PokerFace3 on September 03, 2016, 12:39:18 PM
I just checked http://delta.investments/ and so excited about buying OMICRON through initial offers. But sadly I find that the prices are fixed in bitcoins not with any altcoins. I prefer to pay with litecoin or dogecoin as I hold them in plenty of amounts. Thank you in advance for any consideration.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: upsidedown75 on September 03, 2016, 12:41:48 PM
I just checked http://delta.investments/ and so excited about buying OMICRON through initial offers. But sadly I find that the prices are fixed in bitcoins not with any altcoins. I prefer to pay with litecoin or dogecoin as I hold them in plenty of amounts. Thank you in advance for any consideration.
Why not you use shapeshift kind of exchanges?
Still, I agree if we go with dogecoin, we could save a lot in transactions fees. Because now a days we need to pay at least 0.00047574 BTC as Optimal Fee per Kb to get confirmations in next few blocks which is equivalent to approximately 4 OMC.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: Darwin02 on September 03, 2016, 01:06:27 PM
I just checked http://delta.investments/ and so excited about buying OMICRON through initial offers. But sadly I find that the prices are fixed in bitcoins not with any altcoins. I prefer to pay with litecoin or dogecoin as I hold them in plenty of amounts. Thank you in advance for any consideration.
The problem you have is just a little  exchange litecoin first to bitcoin from any exchanger you use ,then after exchange it use bitcoin for joining ICO that's very easy if you really want to join.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: coinmenace on September 03, 2016, 01:17:21 PM
9.3 million tokens offered in ICO - what will happen to those not sold, will it be burned?

What is total amount of pre-mine? How many tokens dev set aside for dev fund? Any tokens for bounty?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: Mumbeeptind1963 on September 03, 2016, 02:24:58 PM
I just checked http://delta.investments/ and so excited about buying OMICRON through initial offers. But sadly I find that the prices are fixed in bitcoins not with any altcoins. I prefer to pay with litecoin or dogecoin as I hold them in plenty of amounts. Thank you in advance for any consideration.
The problem you have is just a little  exchange litecoin first to bitcoin from any exchanger you use ,then after exchange it use bitcoin for joining ICO that's very easy if you really want to join.

If you want to use your altcoins to buy some OMICRON you can convert it to bitcoin, it is easy to convert in exchanger site that altcoins. I think it is easy if you want to invest, but if you dont want you have many reason.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: Mallyx on September 03, 2016, 02:26:21 PM
Hello,

your ICO has been added on https://www.ico-list.com/ (https://www.ico-list.com/ref/bitcointalk) !
Our database is now listing over 40+ ICO & Crowdsales !

  • User-friendly & clean interface
  • Real-time updates
  • Listing is free of charge
  • Fairly easy to use
  • Sign-up to submit news on the front page

Thanks for contacting me if some details are wrong.

  • private message (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=send;u=887418)
  • email (mallyx@tuta.io)
  • twitter (https://twitter.com/mallyx_icolist)
  • steemit (https://steemit.com/@ico-list.com)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: roncar on September 03, 2016, 03:16:45 PM
Hello dev.. wanna translate this project to Filipino. I'm the one translated Bittoken and sure dev paid me..  ;) ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: SanFrancisco on September 03, 2016, 03:18:12 PM
very nice website . there is any news about the bounty ? ;D

love the website dev, looking forward for more info about your coin! please keep us update.

You like it? Here you get it for free (http://themeisle.com/themes/zerif-lite/). Nothing special at all.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - Signature Campaign Open
Post by: ChronoLite on September 03, 2016, 03:52:18 PM
Hello,

your ICO has been added on https://www.ico-list.com/ (https://www.ico-list.com/ref/bitcointalk) !
Our database is now listing over 40+ ICO & Crowdsales !

  • User-friendly & clean interface
  • Real-time updates
  • Listing is free of charge
  • Fairly easy to use
  • Sign-up to submit news on the front page

Thanks for contacting me if some details are wrong.

  • private message (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=send;u=887418)
  • email (mallyx@tuta.io)
  • twitter (https://twitter.com/mallyx_icolist)
  • steemit (https://steemit.com/@ico-list.com)
Well , that's project moving forward i don't take serious about negative trust .
I think this project would be successful , if has good support behind them also they transparently reporting the progress.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO Starts in 5 hours
Post by: Gladimor on September 03, 2016, 08:36:35 PM
IAO starts in 5 and a half hours.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: fartbags on September 03, 2016, 09:21:58 PM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.


This is a great idea. I have wanted these kinds of coins for so long! Of course these funds should be run as DAOs because the people in charge are just going to use the funds to pump n dump the coins they already own.




Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: fartbags on September 03, 2016, 09:25:43 PM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.


This is a great idea. I have wanted these kinds of coins for so long! Of course these funds should be run as DAOs because the people in charge are just going to use the funds to pump n dump the coins they already own.






Is there any way to know you aren't skimming the profits by buying coins after you personally buy some and selling coins after you personally sell yours?




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO Starts in 5 hours
Post by: sunce33 on September 03, 2016, 10:15:40 PM
I want translate on Croatian?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO Starts in 5 hours
Post by: markus124 on September 03, 2016, 10:46:43 PM
Hope this get attention  ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Gladimor on September 03, 2016, 11:58:31 PM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.


This is a great idea. I have wanted these kinds of coins for so long! Of course these funds should be run as DAOs because the people in charge are just going to use the funds to pump n dump the coins they already own.






Is there any way to know you aren't skimming the profits by buying coins after you personally buy some and selling coins after you personally sell yours?




I take a small cut of biweekly revenue as an incentive. Reports and summaries on trades and activities will be available biweekly as well.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO Starts in 2 hours
Post by: sheba on September 04, 2016, 12:59:27 AM
Got some OMC with my BXT.


Title: Re: Omicron - Investment Platform Cryptocurrency
Post by: Odd Thomas on September 04, 2016, 01:39:37 AM
Clones of ICONOMI appear with a surprising speed. All want a pie piece.  ;D
You swindler.

This was alive before ICONOMI was a gleam in its daddys eye.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 02:15:01 AM
IAO has started.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: someone111 on September 04, 2016, 02:43:29 AM
Adam, website delta.investments still has a bug.

1) got to delta.investments
2) scroll down until "Find out more here."
3) it links to http://delta.investments/ico - which is broken

but it should link to http://delta.investments/iao
ico vs iao


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: someone111 on September 04, 2016, 02:49:03 AM
http://archive.is/daDlk
http://archive.is/4PlfM
http://archive.is/OSG01


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: someone111 on September 04, 2016, 03:00:13 AM
EDIT:
Disgerad this post! Now obsolete!



The OMC BTC address that I could see on http://delta.investments/iao/ and that http://archive.is/OSG01 has seen and that I could see on Tor Browser... Always matched.

Obviously you should not trust what I post, since I am just a random user, but it cannot hurt to compare since this forum is https while SSL https://delta.investments/ is broken.

Perhaps Adam could write the OMC BTC address to the original post then this post would become obsolete.

1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: puremage111 on September 04, 2016, 04:39:41 AM
Hello is this IAO And ICO the same meaning? sorry as i participate in quite some ICO, but never join any IAO

Thanks!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Pap0u on September 04, 2016, 04:43:16 AM
Lol. I'm really sorry gladimor, I know you are trying hard man. You should just stick to trading your own 6 figure portfolio...shouldn't need anything else...


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 04:59:33 AM
The OMC BTC address that I could see on http://delta.investments/iao/ and that http://archive.is/OSG01 has seen and that I could see on Tor Browser... Always matched.

Obviously you should not trust what I post, since I am just a random user, but it cannot hurt to compare since this forum is https while SSL https://delta.investments/ is broken.

Perhaps Adam could write the OMC BTC address to the original post then this post would become obsolete.

1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye


Address added to the OP.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 05:00:22 AM
Hello is this IAO And ICO the same meaning? sorry as i participate in quite some ICO, but never join any IAO

Thanks!

The IAO and ICO are generally the same idea, yes.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 05:29:42 AM
The final copy of the general summary of the Prospectus is ready:

http://i.imgur.com/sizpFNb.png


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: sukamasoto on September 04, 2016, 07:23:49 AM
Looking this project very closely. I'm sure that OP's past service will not affect with current project

When it will appear on exchanger such as poloniex or bittrex ?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 07:50:48 AM
Looking this project very closely. I'm sure that OP's past service will not affect with current project

When it will appear on exchanger such as poloniex or bittrex ?

As soon as the ICO ends, I'll have a chat with Bill. All listing fees will be paid for. We have some good exposure on Twitter/chats thanks to my marketing associates (hired). And of course, I will send a ticket to Poloniex. They are always on the lookout for something new... well hopefully OMC is the "new" currency that will suit their tastes.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 08:42:32 AM
Some people needed evidence of some of my better trades, so here they are a couple. There are a lot more, but I am not going to post them.




Radium: One of my better investments. Avg entry price was like 5K sats, average exit price was 75k sats. A little too earlier, but I needed the BTC for margin trading. The reason why you see more sells than buys in the Polo summary is that I was depositing coins (avg 5K entry) and selling them. If there is any doubt about the 5K entry price, please take a look at the datestamp of my withdrawals. My actual profit was more like 150 BTC on Polo (less than what is mentioned in the picture), with some more from Bittrex as well.

http://i.imgur.com/twpBvie.png

http://i.imgur.com/Idx9Nz3.png



The early summer month of ETH trading, when the rally was still going strong. You see more sells than buys because I had a short position open somewhere during the timeframe that I didn't close:

http://i.imgur.com/MqbvmyR.png


XMR trading summer, so sad I couldn't take advantage over it more since it actually is my favourite altcoin...

http://i.imgur.com/T7orKzg.png


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: nezto77 on September 04, 2016, 09:51:42 AM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: someone111 on September 04, 2016, 02:50:45 PM
Adam, you have a great style of being professional, responsive, staying calm and reasonable - even you get approached in bad tone. :thumbsup: Please keep it that way, let's all make money. :)

Quote
Thank you for participating in the Omicron ICO. Don't forget to message Gladimor on Bitcointalk with your OMC address when wallets are released on September 9, 2016.
Okay...

I have sent BTC from multiple addresses.

So on September 9, 2016 I should send you my OMC address... As well as my BTC address for receiving the BTC dividends?

http://delta.investments/
Quote
PROSPECTUS
Will be available on September 3, 2016.
Please update! (I am very much interested to see this project get fully funded so I am pointing out minor nitpicks so others will invest too.)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Mumbeeptind1963 on September 04, 2016, 02:50:58 PM
Im interested in your coins, and im hoping that i can trade this in c-cex so that i can gain profit. But dev i have question you support the price in exchanger or not ? If you support the price of this i think many investors will invest here like me.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: upsidedown75 on September 04, 2016, 05:06:49 PM
Im interested in your coins, and im hoping that i can trade this in c-cex so that i can gain profit. But dev i have question you support the price in exchanger or not ? If you support the price of this i think many investors will invest here like me.
Only after the IAO stage, we can expect Omicron to hit the exchange for trading against bitcoin. It's really good to hear like you many people are showing interest to invest in Omicron, I believe this interests going to provide OMC a grand success by having more number of early adopters.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Pap0u on September 04, 2016, 05:15:06 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: markus124 on September 04, 2016, 05:26:36 PM
adam, what would happen with the coins that u dont sell? Like let say u sell 100 btc of assets. Thats around 830000 coins. What would u do with the rest? a low supply coin wouldnt be bad.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Thefrolly on September 04, 2016, 05:55:18 PM
nice project invested!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Cryptco on September 04, 2016, 06:02:55 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

Adam could designate a Vice-Fund Manager, in case of illness. I dont think it is just him alone.
Good Project and it brings something fresh. I've invested 850 BitTokens.
~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: gordob on September 04, 2016, 06:06:08 PM
I have made an investment, Gladimor was trustworthy in previous engagements, so i am willing to show my commitment, for a healthy return of-course )


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: oHnK on September 04, 2016, 06:27:20 PM
Im interested in your coins, and im hoping that i can trade this in c-cex so that i can gain profit. But dev i have question you support the price in exchanger or not ? If you support the price of this i think many investors will invest here like me.
Only after the IAO stage, we can expect Omicron to hit the exchange for trading against bitcoin. It's really good to hear like you many people are showing interest to invest in Omicron, I believe this interests going to provide OMC a grand success by having more number of early adopters.

Dont get me wrong but almost no one is interested on a project, people are here to trade volatile altcoin in hope of getting profit including me. I dont really care what the owner is gonna do with the coins and even deliver whatever project he has in mind as long as I can make profit from this coin


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 07:36:58 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: richmcrich on September 04, 2016, 07:50:52 PM
Im interested in your coins, and im hoping that i can trade this in c-cex so that i can gain profit. But dev i have question you support the price in exchanger or not ? If you support the price of this i think many investors will invest here like me.
But I like to suggest OP to take steps to list out Omicron into other exchanges like yobit and poloniex. I like c-cex too. But I have some bitcoin balance in these exchanges. so having Omicron on these exchanges would ease my trading for sure.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Pap0u on September 04, 2016, 07:55:24 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 08:51:06 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.

Are you implying entities that issue dividends are HYIPs?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Pap0u on September 04, 2016, 09:08:25 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.

Are you implying entities that issue dividends are HYIPs?

Your dividends aren't guaranteed, only the minor one from poloniex lending....come on lol, anyone can do that themselves. The project is hyip. In a nutshell all of this is a fancy system for your hands to gain capital and you to play with and return profits via dividends, what's the difference if you call it dividend, roi, etc etc. can we just agree this is a good potential hyip?

Also no escrow? Why do you remain anon? What happens if you have a car accident, which is a common thing, and are hospitalized. Funds are gone since you are literally the only person controlling this money. Also, what stops you from running away with a large amount if it ever got that big?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 04, 2016, 09:31:03 PM
Hey Gladimor, I have some questions.

What happens if you can't collect 1166 btc?
Will the total coins needed for shareholding (aka 10000 omc) will decrease?
Will the rest of the premined coins be burned?

Thanks for your time. Looking forward to invest you one more time.  ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 09:39:57 PM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.

Are you implying entities that issue dividends are HYIPs?

Your dividends aren't guaranteed, only the minor one from poloniex lending....come on lol, anyone can do that themselves. The project is hyip. In a nutshell all of this is a fancy system for your hands to gain capital and you to play with and return profits via dividends, what's the difference if you call it dividend, roi, etc etc. can we just agree this is a good potential hyip?

Also no escrow? Why do you remain anon? What happens if you have a car accident, which is a common thing, and are hospitalized. Funds are gone since you are literally the only person controlling this money. Also, what stops you from running away with a large amount if it ever got that big?


Allow me to define "dividend" for you: "A relative sum of money issued by an entity (oftenly a company) to its shareholders."
Now, allow me to define "HYIP": "A high-yield investment program (HYIP) is a type of Ponzi scheme, an investment scam that promises unsustainably high return on investment by paying previous investors with the money invested by new investors."

In the case of OMC, the company is Omicron itself, and the shareholders are anyone that owns a balance of over-10,000 OMC. I take offence when you label this as an HYIP. This is far from a pyramid scheme.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 04, 2016, 09:48:53 PM
Hey Gladimor, I have some questions.

What happens if you can't collect 1166 btc?
Will the total coins needed for shareholding (aka 10000 omc) will decrease?
Will the rest of the premined coins be burned?

Thanks for your time. Looking forward to invest you one more time.  ;)

We will still progress if we initially cannot collect the full amount of BTC, and the required amount to accrue dividends will remain the same.

The remaining unsold tokens will be set aside for sale to private investors, in the future (address will be public, any TX will be transparent and explained for). Any private sale will be off-exchange, and by an escrow. Any BTC from private investors will be added to the OMC fund.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 05, 2016, 12:44:24 AM
Hey Gladimor, I have some questions.

What happens if you can't collect 1166 btc?
Will the total coins needed for shareholding (aka 10000 omc) will decrease?
Will the rest of the premined coins be burned?

Thanks for your time. Looking forward to invest you one more time.  ;)

We will still progress if we initially cannot collect the full amount of BTC, and the required amount to accrue dividends will remain the same.

The remaining unsold tokens will be set aside for sale to private investors, in the future (address will be public, any TX will be transparent and explained for). Any private sale will be off-exchange, and by an escrow. Any BTC from private investors will be added to the OMC fund.

So we can assume that if there are only 40btc invested, those lucky ones with 10000 OMC have same share, but will get more profits.

Looks like a solid plan. The best part of being paid dividends is that you can exit at any time. Couple of months with solid payment will also push the stock price.

Thanks for the info.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: roncar on September 05, 2016, 01:50:31 AM
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Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 05, 2016, 01:59:31 AM
Added more translations to the OP.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: stadus on September 05, 2016, 02:42:12 AM
This is actually great, I am gonna invest on this project, receiving a dividend is cool if this development will succeed. By the way, I appreciate that you give your bounty in the form of BTC, in that way we can assure they will not dump the Omicron during the listing of this coin in a exchange sites.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: zyrianka on September 05, 2016, 07:51:43 AM
Hello

I have a question.

Why have this loan option if the dividends are times smaller than with trading? Why have twice less profit?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: tomkat on September 05, 2016, 08:21:03 AM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.

Are you implying entities that issue dividends are HYIPs?

Your dividends aren't guaranteed, only the minor one from poloniex lending....come on lol, anyone can do that themselves. The project is hyip. In a nutshell all of this is a fancy system for your hands to gain capital and you to play with and return profits via dividends, what's the difference if you call it dividend, roi, etc etc. can we just agree this is a good potential hyip?

Also no escrow? Why do you remain anon? What happens if you have a car accident, which is a common thing, and are hospitalized. Funds are gone since you are literally the only person controlling this money. Also, what stops you from running away with a large amount if it ever got that big?


Allow me to define "dividend" for you: "A relative sum of money issued by an entity (oftenly a company) to its shareholders."
Now, allow me to define "HYIP": "A high-yield investment program (HYIP) is a type of Ponzi scheme, an investment scam that promises unsustainably high return on investment by paying previous investors with the money invested by new investors."

In the case of OMC, the company is Omicron itself, and the shareholders are anyone that owns a balance of over-10,000 OMC. I take offence when you label this as an HYIP. This is far from a pyramid scheme.

The discussion above is finally slowly showing the epicenter of the earthquake that is going to happen in this project sooner or later :)
One mistake made by the OP and all "investors" are just f*d

Why to give your money to anyone while you can do exactly the same on your own? Come one people...


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 05, 2016, 08:25:55 AM
Hello

I have a question.

Why have this loan option if the dividends are times smaller than with trading? Why have twice less profit?

Having a sum of capital in loans enables a guaranteed biweekly dividend. After the funding phase is over, I will allow the investors to choose whether to use lending or just reserve all capital for altcoin trading.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 05, 2016, 08:32:59 AM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.

Are you implying entities that issue dividends are HYIPs?

Your dividends aren't guaranteed, only the minor one from poloniex lending....come on lol, anyone can do that themselves. The project is hyip. In a nutshell all of this is a fancy system for your hands to gain capital and you to play with and return profits via dividends, what's the difference if you call it dividend, roi, etc etc. can we just agree this is a good potential hyip?

Also no escrow? Why do you remain anon? What happens if you have a car accident, which is a common thing, and are hospitalized. Funds are gone since you are literally the only person controlling this money. Also, what stops you from running away with a large amount if it ever got that big?


Allow me to define "dividend" for you: "A relative sum of money issued by an entity (oftenly a company) to its shareholders."
Now, allow me to define "HYIP": "A high-yield investment program (HYIP) is a type of Ponzi scheme, an investment scam that promises unsustainably high return on investment by paying previous investors with the money invested by new investors."

In the case of OMC, the company is Omicron itself, and the shareholders are anyone that owns a balance of over-10,000 OMC. I take offence when you label this as an HYIP. This is far from a pyramid scheme.

The discussion above is finally slowly showing the epicenter of the earthquake that is going to happen in this project sooner or later :)
One mistake made by the OP and all "investors" are just f*d

Why to give your money to anyone while you can do exactly the same on your own? Come one people...

There are many, many reason why people give money to others to invest for them. One of the biggest financial industries in the world is based of this entirely (mutual funds, hedge funds, etc). People don't have time, they lack experience, they don't want to take the risk themselves, they lack the tools, they lack the market power, they want a better chance at returns, people want a more suitable individual for the task- there are too many reasons to list them all.

And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. The moment you deposit a coin on an exchange, you are taking a big risk. The moment you open a position in an altcoin, you are taking one of the biggest risks in the financial market.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: tomkat on September 05, 2016, 08:56:52 AM
So the whole success of this relies on you trading? That's crazy dude, no matter how good you are, you can't win them all. What happens if you get into an accident or something or get sick, the whole project is gone, funds could be lost, there is just no security. Crypto is crazy volatile, what if you lose majority of funds? Omicron isn't a platform like iconomi, where the investment is in the platform itself, and if u choose to use there managed funds, that's up to you. And anyone can create funds on the platform, you should just consider that, managing a fund on the iconomi platform....this project is literally no different than a hyip; trust one person with funds to trade and make money. There is no innovation, or tech in this, just basic blockchain clone for illusion. There is no platform, or software or anything, just a copy and pasted Bitcoin address at the bottom....come on dude lol.

You can have all the platforms you want, all the clones, all the innovation- but the bottom line is, people invest to make money. When people invest in the Omicron IAO, they are also putting an investment in my skills. And each fund manager's skills are unique. Each have a different approach to the altcoin market that they have adapted over their period of trading on one of the highest risk markets in the world. I have a longstanding history on the market, here, and a name for myself- that is why some people choose to invest. I have years experience on the market, experience from 2 coin launches, experience from managing an investment fund- will the managers on ICONOMI have a matching background behind their belt?

When you invest in Omicron, you aren't investing in cloned code. You are putting your money with a unique and experienced individual that is delivering the first dividend-issuing cryptocurrency that will be able to be traded on public exchanges.

I understand that, I have faith that you can make a good deal amount of money trading. My argument isn't that. What I'm saying is people are investing in a trader to make money, not a developer to release tech, not a revolutionary platform where people can create their own funds and manage etc etc, omicron is a fancy hyip and that's where my issue is, you aren't owning up to what it is and branding it something different.

Are you implying entities that issue dividends are HYIPs?

Your dividends aren't guaranteed, only the minor one from poloniex lending....come on lol, anyone can do that themselves. The project is hyip. In a nutshell all of this is a fancy system for your hands to gain capital and you to play with and return profits via dividends, what's the difference if you call it dividend, roi, etc etc. can we just agree this is a good potential hyip?

Also no escrow? Why do you remain anon? What happens if you have a car accident, which is a common thing, and are hospitalized. Funds are gone since you are literally the only person controlling this money. Also, what stops you from running away with a large amount if it ever got that big?


Allow me to define "dividend" for you: "A relative sum of money issued by an entity (oftenly a company) to its shareholders."
Now, allow me to define "HYIP": "A high-yield investment program (HYIP) is a type of Ponzi scheme, an investment scam that promises unsustainably high return on investment by paying previous investors with the money invested by new investors."

In the case of OMC, the company is Omicron itself, and the shareholders are anyone that owns a balance of over-10,000 OMC. I take offence when you label this as an HYIP. This is far from a pyramid scheme.

The discussion above is finally slowly showing the epicenter of the earthquake that is going to happen in this project sooner or later :)
One mistake made by the OP and all "investors" are just f*d

Why to give your money to anyone while you can do exactly the same on your own? Come one people...

There are many, many reason why people give money to others to invest for them. One of the biggest financial industries in the world is based of this entirely (mutual funds, hedge funds, etc). People don't have time, they lack experience, they don't want to take the risk themselves, they lack the tools, they lack the market power, they want a better chance at returns, people want a more suitable individual for the task- there are too many reasons to list them all.

And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. The moment you deposit a coin on an exchange, you are taking a big risk. The moment you open a position in an altcoin, you are taking one of the biggest risks in the financial market.

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: zyrianka on September 05, 2016, 11:55:20 AM
this market is high-tech. It's hard to understand what's going on for non-tech people like me. That's why I'm investing in OMC. I don't have much trading expirience and i've never made a coin and i never will, coz sometimes I can't even open a wallet :)  So, definetly, someone with such expirience has better chance at returns than someone like me, because he is much more into it. and it actually is time-consuming. there are so many projects... never know which one to choose. plus mining. I can't mine. I've tried several times, but it's just too complicated for me. And it's most profitable part of the industry.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: tomkat on September 05, 2016, 01:03:40 PM
this market is high-tech. It's hard to understand what's going on for non-tech people like me. That's why I'm investing in OMC. I don't have much trading expirience and i've never made a coin and i never will, coz sometimes I can't even open a wallet :)  So, definetly, someone with such expirience has better chance at returns than someone like me, because he is much more into it. and it actually is time-consuming. there are so many projects... never know which one to choose. plus mining. I can't mine. I've tried several times, but it's just too complicated for me. And it's most profitable part of the industry.

Perhaps you shouldn't invest in something you don't understand? Or at least, invest amount that you can afford to lose. After all, the same general principles apply to investing with bankers, investment funds, stock markets etc., however, in crypto nobody will take care about your loss, even if you report a fraund to your local authorities. No wonder, since they don't get it too :-)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: zyrianka on September 05, 2016, 01:20:34 PM
that's exactly what I'm saying. i'm not investing in something i don't understand, but rather give money to someone who does. that's exactly what OMC is for


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: roncar on September 05, 2016, 01:28:22 PM
Thanks dev, received translation bounty..  :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: someone111 on September 05, 2016, 01:29:39 PM
I could potentially learn trading and profitable mining of new coins myself. It's interesting stuff and I would love to fully understand the skills, possibilities and limits. However, it's not something I could do apropos of nothing. Buying into OMC is a speculative risky investment that will generate passive income. When I am speculating with coins myself, it's no longer passive income. Then it's active income. And any minute spent on active income for speculation and mining cannot be used on regular jobs. My mental resources per day are limited unfortunately. Being fully informed about multiple coins, icos, projects or whatever with fundamental and chart analysis, keeping up with news and forum discussion is a full time job. So I am very glad that projects such as OMC and iconomi exist.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: tomkat on September 05, 2016, 01:48:00 PM
that's exactly what I'm saying. i'm not investing in something i don't understand, but rather give money to someone who does. that's exactly what OMC is for

Nevermind, forget what I told you and have fun - I'm getting my pop-corn too, to watch this out :-)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: someone111 on September 05, 2016, 03:24:32 PM
Adam, I am wondering about your trading strategy and philosophy. Perhaps you can reveal one or another thing?

Why don't you just trade your own high 6-figures portfolio? My best guess is, that you consider it a your first, a single account or a single portfolio. Retirement money so to speak. Perhaps you invested it into a mix of fiat, ETFs, stocks, bricks or precious metals for long time stability. Staying inside crypto coins for life is not wise. One bug or successful attack on the coin network or government ban and a huge devaluation happens, that is a huge risk. That is what I probably would do.

Perhaps now that you secured your first account, first portfolio, now you want to start over again and build your second account / second portfolio?

Or you want more leverage so you can influence markets? No longer acting like a speculator who is at the mercy of the markets but being a whale that has a major influence of market directions?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Pap0u on September 05, 2016, 03:31:36 PM
And it's too much trust in 1 person.....who barely has any real identity. Exactly, all this project is people giving you money to invest and make them money. That's Hyip. What stops you from accumulating a great deal of wealth and then completely disappearing? If you have such skills and six figures, use your own money dude, why do you need a substantial amount from the community? Are you Jesus just giving free handouts?


You've been in the hyip game. You literally saw iconomi's idea and rushed to make a similar idea on fund management and dividends etc. Maybe you are just overconfident and think if you had a good amount of capital you could become filthy rich. Do it with your own money dude, don't risk the little amounts that these people have. They give it to you because they are inexperienced, uneducated and easy targets to pray on with promises of wealth. This deserves to be an investor based game, not a project. There is no project. Also, the website and just everything in general looks very basic from free website templates and no thought at all. You are literally attempting to ride iconomi's wave lol. But like I said, they aren't about just the fund management, it's the platform itself.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 05, 2016, 04:19:59 PM

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

The important part you are missing is that the more money you play with, the gains will be higher. If 100 people with 10 btc comes together, they are able to drive some markets by themselves. I've known Gladimor for a long period now and I know he is a good trader. He just needs more funds to trade for more profit. And he is willing to share that profit it seems.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 05, 2016, 04:29:43 PM
Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-On the whole it does seem quite irrational but most people, including me, are spending quite a big chunk of their time to do things for other people, and usually do it for money. Ironically, usually a big part of the money earned by that work goes to someone else as well.
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-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-As with most things: Yes, they can and most give up before they got that kind of experience. Sometimes the training became to costly one way or another, or just got bored.
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-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-Well, that's something everyone has to decide for himself.
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-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-Tools are available for everyone but not all are for free. Since the rule is 'never invest more than you can afford to loose', and I include the costs of the tools here, for some a stepping stone might be needed to get to the point to be able to afford the tools and have a pool of funds left to use them properly.
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-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-Well, it's not that hard to beat the market of some coins so it'll enough to beat the market of more coins. More important though is enough funds to play the market and most important enough funds to properly profit from well done investments into the market.
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-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-Again, what Gladimor thinks here is not important. People must decide with the information at hand how their chances are. In theory their chances should be equal, but practically, at this moment in time, they are not. Skill, knowledge, experience, time, tools and funds available, or the will to rise the latter, and last but not least web and hardware access are different for everyone.
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-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-OK, sorry but that one sounds ridiculous to me. How is it better to risk more money per individual than less money per person but more people? Or to exclude people in the first place by servicing only a selected few? What I think is important is not taking more money total than could be handled responsibly, not taking a larger number of investors than could be serviced, and not requiring too much money from a single investor to participate to reduce risk of people investing more than they can afford just to be able to join in.
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-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

-Yes and no. Warnings are needed so people understand the risks but there is a point where warning turns into spreading insecurity and even anxiety. And there is a difference between telling 'watch out for sharks' and yelling 'Are you crazy to step in there? RUN AWAY!!1!!! There are huge big toothed monsters out there hunting for you!!!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: EpyxZ on September 05, 2016, 05:39:19 PM
Just quoting these since I agree. Wrote crap load then of course hit the backspace  :/
-OK, sorry but that one sounds ridiculous to me. How is it better to risk more money per individual than less money per person but more people? Or to exclude people in the first place by servicing only a selected few? What I think is important is not taking more money total than could be handled responsibly, not taking a larger number of investors than could be serviced, and not requiring too much money from a single investor to participate to reduce risk of people investing more than they can afford just to be able to join in.


And there is a difference between telling 'watch out for sharks' and yelling 'Are you crazy to step in there? RUN AWAY!!1!!! There are huge big toothed monsters out there hunting for you!!!



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: FruitBucket on September 05, 2016, 06:56:09 PM
OP what happens to the unsold coins?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: menace.bit on September 05, 2016, 07:28:51 PM
Gladimor- how many coins have you developed? DeltaCredits, BitToken and now Omicron. Are they just a clone of each other with a few minor changes in the GUI of wallet?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: drays on September 05, 2016, 07:42:58 PM
...removed the text here not to clutter the page...

As always, thoughtful and reasonable input from Tortoise75. Its a pleasure to read your posts, man. I also wanted to answer the claims from tomcat, but was too lazy ;D And my English is not that good.

I want to give credit to Tomcat and Pap0u too though. They raise good points, and some are valid concerns, while some are biased. In any case time will tell. This is the risk investors are taking, and it is good they can read this discussion and see both sides of the coin (pun not intended here :)), before making a decision.

For some folks this is a game. For some others this is a serious investment with the hopes to get money for something important. If its a game for you, then I think it is worth to invest. If this is serious investment with serious plans, then I would not advice to go in, as this is really very high-risk investment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: drays on September 05, 2016, 07:49:40 PM
Gladimor- how many coins have you developed? DeltaCredits, BitToken and now Omicron. Are they just a clone of each other with a few minor changes in the GUI of wallet?

Gladimor developed (better to tell - launched) those three coins (as stated few times on this thread). Technologically they are not advanced, and yes - few minor changes in wallet and in specs are the only technical difference. Those are basic coins without new tech features, if you mean that. But technological advancement is not the important part of them, as they are created for other purpose. Read OP to find out the purpose.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Gladimor on September 05, 2016, 07:52:59 PM
Gladimor- how many coins have you developed? DeltaCredits, BitToken and now Omicron. Are they just a clone of each other with a few minor changes in the GUI of wallet?

Those 3 coins yes. And all 3 are now involved with Omicron. The trade in for BXT and DCRE ended 2 days ago.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: drays on September 05, 2016, 07:53:36 PM
OP what happens to the unsold coins?

This was answered before:
The remaining unsold tokens will be set aside for sale to private investors, in the future (address will be public, any TX will be transparent and explained for). Any private sale will be off-exchange, and by an escrow. Any BTC from private investors will be added to the OMC fund.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Odd Thomas on September 06, 2016, 12:10:06 AM
You literally saw iconomi's idea and rushed to make a similar idea on fund management and dividends etc.

Gladimor had this idea and website long before iconomi existed.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Babayega31 on September 06, 2016, 01:15:02 AM
You literally saw iconomi's idea and rushed to make a similar idea on fund management and dividends etc.

Gladimor had this idea and website long before iconomi existed.

Maybe he's just hestirical when he saw's iconomi thread, but for what i've see gladimor site existance goes first before iconomi undergo to it, so i dont think their's similarity or copying happens here, so if someone don't like the idea of gladimor here well you can go out of this thread and find another alt and stay there. I literally follow this one since i want to know more developments incoming to be happen in this coin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: drays on September 06, 2016, 01:32:23 AM
Is the deadline for 25% discount today?

The ICO discount breakdown is not really clear...

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The IAO will begin on September 3, 2016 at 10 pm EST. It will end on September 17, after a period of 2 weeks. The IAO discount structure is as follows:

Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO)

Days 0-3: 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)

Days 3-6: 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC)

Days 6-9: 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC)

Days 9-14: No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC)

This could be interpreted in many ways. Better to use exact time instead of day 0-14, which is not precise at all..


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Pap0u on September 06, 2016, 01:53:28 AM
Is the deadline for 25% discount today?

The ICO discount breakdown is not really clear...

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The IAO will begin on September 3, 2016 at 10 pm EST. It will end on September 17, after a period of 2 weeks. The IAO discount structure is as follows:

Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO)

Days 0-3: 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)

Days 3-6: 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC)

Days 6-9: 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC)

Days 9-14: No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC)

This could be interpreted in many ways. Better to use exact time instead of day 0-14, which is not precise at all..

The whole project isn't precise at all


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Odd Thomas on September 06, 2016, 02:15:05 AM
My posts ain't precise at all

More accurate.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 06, 2016, 06:52:06 AM
IAO page has been updated as per suggestions. The 25% discount phase is ending in 19 hours.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: andyste on September 06, 2016, 06:55:48 AM
the next project make create online wallet or not
i think online wallet is very good project


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 06, 2016, 06:59:03 AM
the next project make create online wallet or not
i think online wallet is very good project

One of the core engaging ideas of Omicron is that the investors hold the base investment, and not give it to a third party. There is no "trust" involved here. Creating an online wallet where its uptime can be controlled goes against OMC's principles.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: tomkat on September 06, 2016, 07:33:08 AM

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

The important part you are missing is that the more money you play with, the gains will be higher. If 100 people with 10 btc comes together, they are able to drive some markets by themselves. I've known Gladimor for a long period now and I know he is a good trader. He just needs more funds to trade for more profit. And he is willing to share that profit it seems.

Do you know it from your experience? You really think it's much different when you have 10 BTC or 100 BTC? In both cases you can allocate the same percentage to various crypto assets. This may be some difference in stock markets where fees are much higher, but not here in crypto.
He could easily continue his earnings with his high 6 digits amount, but for some reason he needs more money at his disposal. What for? Is 6 digits amount still not enough to make money? He multiplied his money from few dollars to thousands, so why he can't continue?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Updated on September 06, 2016, 07:42:05 AM
OH so you are asking for gazzilions of BTC but you are not able to create a website UI/landingpage by yourself, you need to use a free theme right? lol
At least you should delete the link from your landingpage
http://themeisle.com/themes/zerif-lite/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: tomkat on September 06, 2016, 07:47:45 AM
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-OK, sorry but that one sounds ridiculous to me. How is it better to risk more money per individual than less money per person but more people? Or to exclude people in the first place by servicing only a selected few? What I think is important is not taking more money total than could be handled responsibly, not taking a larger number of investors than could be serviced, and not requiring too much money from a single investor to participate to reduce risk of people investing more than they can afford just to be able to join in.

My point here was that his service is more like wealth management rather than open investment fund. I didn't say anything about amounts per investor, but only about the number of investors involved in a potential failure of this risky project. OP presents himself as highly skilled trader and from this point of view he would perfectly fit in wealth mangament world IMO.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Yutikas_11920 on September 06, 2016, 07:52:09 AM
You literally saw iconomi's idea and rushed to make a similar idea on fund management and dividends etc.

Gladimor had this idea and website long before iconomi existed.

Maybe he's just hestirical when he saw's iconomi thread, but for what i've see gladimor site existance goes first before iconomi undergo to it, so i dont think their's similarity or copying happens here, so if someone don't like the idea of gladimor here well you can go out of this thread and find another alt and stay there. I literally follow this one since i want to know more developments incoming to be happen in this coin.

Yeah that is true, but I see that it has similarities in ICONOMI. But the similarities are only on transactions (anonymous) and also the speed of transactions, moreover there is no similarity. So, if there is indeed a new altcoin certainly I am sure that they have in common in the altcoin previously, but he appeared (alt coin new) definitely has advantages not possessed by the previous altcoin


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: PokerFace3 on September 06, 2016, 08:47:35 AM
the next project make create online wallet or not
i think online wallet is very good project

One of the core engaging ideas of Omicron is that the investors hold the base investment, and not give it to a third party. There is no "trust" involved here. Creating an online wallet where its uptime can be controlled goes against OMC's principles.
Yes, most of the online wallets do not share the private-key of our fund holding addresses. Only blockchain.info is an exception here and I do not know any similar service is available for altcoins. As long as we are having other strong wallets, I too believe online wallets are less concerned.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: NeuroticFish on September 06, 2016, 10:02:36 AM
Hi OP, do you need Romanian translation?
I suddenly got some free time and could do this.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: betlord90 on September 06, 2016, 10:32:00 AM

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

The important part you are missing is that the more money you play with, the gains will be higher. If 100 people with 10 btc comes together, they are able to drive some markets by themselves. I've known Gladimor for a long period now and I know he is a good trader. He just needs more funds to trade for more profit. And he is willing to share that profit it seems.

Do you know it from your experience? You really think it's much different when you have 10 BTC or 100 BTC? In both cases you can allocate the same percentage to various crypto assets. This may be some difference in stock markets where fees are much higher, but not here in crypto.
He could easily continue his earnings with his high 6 digits amount, but for some reason he needs more money at his disposal. What for? Is 6 digits amount still not enough to make money? He multiplied his money from few dollars to thousands, so why he can't continue?
Maybe his probably afford this project because it says that they thought it long before release . So whatever the outcome of his project is likely with the team he will support him and even less likely with the capital resources to be ready in time of need . Since I thought new coins comes first now have to strain to think carefully before going release it in the public.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Cryptco on September 06, 2016, 10:49:51 AM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/


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The Omicron IAO has started.

The IAO will begin on September 3, 2016 at 10 pm EST. It will end on September 17, after a period of 2 weeks. The IAO discount structure is as follows:

Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO)

All times are in EST

Days 0-3 (Sept. 3, 10 PM to Sept. 6, 10 PM): 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)

Days 3-6 (Sept. 6, 10 PM to Sept. 9, 10 PM): 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC)

Days 6-9 (Sept. 9, 10 PM to Sept. 12, 10 PM): 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC)

Days 9-14 (Sept. 12, 10 PM to Sept. 17, 10 PM): No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC)

The trade-in for DeltaCredits and BitTokens will occur during August 29 3 PM est to September 3rd 9 PM EST. Please message Gladimor on Bitcointalk for the trade-in details.
How to participate in the IAO?

1. Submit a Bitcoin deposit to the address below.

2. Fill out the form provided. On September 17, the IAO will end and wallets will be available for download.

3. Message Gladimor with your Omicron address on September 17.


OMC IAO ADDRESS:
1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Darwin02 on September 06, 2016, 11:01:14 AM

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

The important part you are missing is that the more money you play with, the gains will be higher. If 100 people with 10 btc comes together, they are able to drive some markets by themselves. I've known Gladimor for a long period now and I know he is a good trader. He just needs more funds to trade for more profit. And he is willing to share that profit it seems.
Well its seems good to hear some good traders want to share his skills by just investing in his coin and sharw profit , I f you are not too skillful in trading this is big offer for you to join this and earn, I definitely agree that you can have a good profit in trading if you have high capital to invest and skills is needed of course.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: ChronoLite on September 06, 2016, 11:51:28 AM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/


Quote
The Omicron IAO has started.

The IAO will begin on September 3, 2016 at 10 pm EST. It will end on September 17, after a period of 2 weeks. The IAO discount structure is as follows:

Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO)

All times are in EST

Days 0-3 (Sept. 3, 10 PM to Sept. 6, 10 PM): 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)

Days 3-6 (Sept. 6, 10 PM to Sept. 9, 10 PM): 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC)

Days 6-9 (Sept. 9, 10 PM to Sept. 12, 10 PM): 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC)

Days 9-14 (Sept. 12, 10 PM to Sept. 17, 10 PM): No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC)

The trade-in for DeltaCredits and BitTokens will occur during August 29 3 PM est to September 3rd 9 PM EST. Please message Gladimor on Bitcointalk for the trade-in details.
How to participate in the IAO?

1. Submit a Bitcoin deposit to the address below.

2. Fill out the form provided. On September 17, the IAO will end and wallets will be available for download.

3. Message Gladimor with your Omicron address on September 17.


OMC IAO ADDRESS:
1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye
Nice stats , hope this project is successful and long live in crypto-trading market.
And i hope you still informed us about progress of IAO and this coins progress or other update.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Cryptco on September 06, 2016, 04:56:16 PM
Nice stats , hope this project is successful and long live in crypto-trading market.
And i hope you still informed us about progress of IAO and this coins progress or other update.

about 12 Hours left for 25% discount. Is that right?


Days 0-3 (Sept. 3, 10 PM to Sept. 6, 10 PM):25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)
EST time now
11:51:28


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: richmcrich on September 06, 2016, 06:56:02 PM
the next project make create online wallet or not
i think online wallet is very good project

One of the core engaging ideas of Omicron is that the investors hold the base investment, and not give it to a third party. There is no "trust" involved here. Creating an online wallet where its uptime can be controlled goes against OMC's principles.
Yes, most of the online wallets do not share the private-key of our fund holding addresses. Only blockchain.info is an exception here and I do not know any similar service is available for altcoins. As long as we are having other strong wallets, I too believe online wallets are less concerned.
But we can not simply ignore the uses of online wallets. Just with a 2FA authentications your coins will be highly secured whereas with software wallets are highly vulnerable for many type of hacks. If there would be any online wallet services for Omicron, then we can save it more conveniently.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 06, 2016, 07:59:49 PM
the next project make create online wallet or not
i think online wallet is very good project

One of the core engaging ideas of Omicron is that the investors hold the base investment, and not give it to a third party. There is no "trust" involved here. Creating an online wallet where its uptime can be controlled goes against OMC's principles.
Yes, most of the online wallets do not share the private-key of our fund holding addresses. Only blockchain.info is an exception here and I do not know any similar service is available for altcoins. As long as we are having other strong wallets, I too believe online wallets are less concerned.
But we can not simply ignore the uses of online wallets. Just with a 2FA authentications your coins will be highly secured whereas with software wallets are highly vulnerable for many type of hacks. If there would be any online wallet services for Omicron, then we can save it more conveniently.

But still online wallets are being centralized applications would not ride along with that Gladimor pointed out. Whole beauty of OMC, being an share holder is that fact that you are being your own bank. Even your own stock. It's the most trustless way. I'm gonna hold my own shares with my own responsibility.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: davide72 on September 06, 2016, 08:07:11 PM
any bounties to translating to italian? thanks


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: agamasrori on September 06, 2016, 09:21:49 PM
Yeah omicron can fulfil cripto currency users neccesity of investment. 0.00001 % share of dividend pool, per omicron every to weeks that given to asset owner is a good deal. If we trade alone we will recieve all the risk but omicron give a safe way of investment to us.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: traderbit on September 06, 2016, 10:03:47 PM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/

[...]

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

From what I see this is different from the normal ICO that happens with altcoins right? What will happen after 17th September when we send our Omicron addresses and receive the coins, when can we expect to see omicron listed in exchanges c-cex or yobit at least. I'm trying planing how much to invest so I may need this info when would I be able to start trading.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: agamasrori on September 06, 2016, 10:30:10 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 06, 2016, 10:59:22 PM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/

[...]

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

From what I see this is different from the normal ICO that happens with altcoins right? What will happen after 17th September when we send our Omicron addresses and receive the coins, when can we expect to see omicron listed in exchanges c-cex or yobit at least. I'm trying planing how much to invest so I may need this info when would I be able to start trading.

We will contact exchanges the day the OMC IAO ends. Listing fees will be paid for as well. We could expect exchange listings within the first 24 hours of the IAO ending.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 06, 2016, 11:03:53 PM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/

[...]

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

From what I see this is different from the normal ICO that happens with altcoins right? What will happen after 17th September when we send our Omicron addresses and receive the coins, when can we expect to see omicron listed in exchanges c-cex or yobit at least. I'm trying planing how much to invest so I may need this info when would I be able to start trading.

We will contact exchanges the day the OMC IAO ends. Listing fees will be paid for as well. We could expect exchange listings within the first 24 hours of the IAO ending.

I'll be completely honest. Other than polo, the only exchange that is worth investing - paying fees to join - at the moment is Bittrex. Some coins tend to lose enourmous amount of value when they first added by certain exchanges. I remember that you talked with bill@bittrex to keep things ready for the release, am I right?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 06, 2016, 11:09:52 PM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/

[...]

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

From what I see this is different from the normal ICO that happens with altcoins right? What will happen after 17th September when we send our Omicron addresses and receive the coins, when can we expect to see omicron listed in exchanges c-cex or yobit at least. I'm trying planing how much to invest so I may need this info when would I be able to start trading.

We will contact exchanges the day the OMC IAO ends. Listing fees will be paid for as well. We could expect exchange listings within the first 24 hours of the IAO ending.

I'll be completely honest. Other than polo, the only exchange that is worth investing - paying fees to join - at the moment is Bittrex. Some coins tend to lose enourmous amount of value when they first added by certain exchanges. I remember that you talked with bill@bittrex to keep things ready for the release, am I right?

I have not engaged in discussion with him as of yet. I plan to do it as soon as the IAO ends. I will be contacting many exchanges, but I'll focus primarily on this order of listing: Coinexchange, Yobit, Bittrex, then Poloniex. We should reach the first exchange within the first week. Poloniex is a tough exchange to get on because they are extremely selective on their listings. They tend to pick cryptocurrencies that bring something new to the field. Considering Omicron, we hopefully have a good shot on getting on the exchange.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 2 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 06, 2016, 11:57:24 PM
There are 2 hours left to receive a 25% discount on the OMC IAO.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Babayega31 on September 07, 2016, 05:13:29 AM

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

The important part you are missing is that the more money you play with, the gains will be higher. If 100 people with 10 btc comes together, they are able to drive some markets by themselves. I've known Gladimor for a long period now and I know he is a good trader. He just needs more funds to trade for more profit. And he is willing to share that profit it seems.
Well its seems good to hear some good traders want to share his skills by just investing in his coin and sharw profit , I f you are not too skillful in trading this is big offer for you to join this and earn, I definitely agree that you can have a good profit in trading if you have high capital to invest and skills is needed of course.
Yes right that if we have skills to trade we must have a capital too for we to get proft and earn. Sometimes people they have no skilled to do something. In part of trading is we have a skills and makr sure that think twice before you decide to enter trading and make sure you can accept to your self that trading is risky.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: sukamasoto on September 07, 2016, 05:31:20 AM

Yeah, yeah, I know this type of babbling very well, but don't use these nice tricks like comparing your project to the biggest financial industries in the world.

-People don't have time - it's not that time consuming as it looks like - people tend to be lazy and think others will make something for them which is completely irrational
-they lack experience - yes, I guess they do, but they can get experience quickly
-they don't want to take the risk themselves - so you mean that the risk is reduced thanks to You? Hmm....
-they lack the tools - tools are available to everyone these days, what tools do you have that no one else can't get or buy?
-they lack the market power - so you think after this ICO you will have enough power to beat the market? well...
-they want a better chance at returns - they have exactly the same chance as you have, why do you think your chances are higher?
-people want a more suitable individual for the task - yes, and you should rather offer your investment services to individuals rather than trying to run a mass project that can fail and create substantial losses to many people. Your business model in this project creates risk for many, and you can reduce it by offering the same to limited number of people.
-And yes, you don't have to remind the community that there are risks involved with investing. - there're many newbies these days, so it's never enough to remind and warn

The important part you are missing is that the more money you play with, the gains will be higher. If 100 people with 10 btc comes together, they are able to drive some markets by themselves. I've known Gladimor for a long period now and I know he is a good trader. He just needs more funds to trade for more profit. And he is willing to share that profit it seems.
Well its seems good to hear some good traders want to share his skills by just investing in his coin and sharw profit , I f you are not too skillful in trading this is big offer for you to join this and earn, I definitely agree that you can have a good profit in trading if you have high capital to invest and skills is needed of course.
Yes right that if we have skills to trade we must have a capital too for we to get proft and earn. Sometimes people they have no skilled to do something. In part of trading is we have a skills and makr sure that think twice before you decide to enter trading and make sure you can accept to your self that trading is risky.

You need learn and adapt on market traffic so you can conquer the risk.
AFAIK, people who won from trading are alot rather than winning from gambling so it's possible to success from trading


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Yutikas_11920 on September 07, 2016, 09:19:42 AM
Hi OP, do you need Romanian translation?
I suddenly got some free time and could do this.

May be required by the Omicron OP Fella, but I think that now takes things yet the Omicron. Do you come from Romania ..?? , may you have a very good thing for the skills that you have. How long can you translate something into Romanian words ..??


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 24 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: NeuroticFish on September 07, 2016, 10:21:59 AM
Hi OP, do you need Romanian translation?
I suddenly got some free time and could do this.

May be required by the Omicron OP Fella, but I think that now takes things yet the Omicron. Do you come from Romania ..?? , may you have a very good thing for the skills that you have. How long can you translate something into Romanian words ..??

Gladimor was online, was discussing here, but he either missed my post, either didn't bother...

Your question "How long can you translate something into Romanian words" doesn't make much sense though... it clearly depends on how big is that something and how much free time do I have. The offered price is also a factor. Do you have some specific job you'd like to discuss of?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: betlord90 on September 07, 2016, 01:55:17 PM
Hope that after omicron sig campaign Gladimor give a bonuses to alk participant in signature campaign. Because i think many suppoter invest in omicron and they can reach the desire amount in short time before omicron get release in exchanger. But that is only in my own we hope so. Good luck.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: forumaster on September 07, 2016, 04:53:54 PM
Hi Gladimor, Italian translation completed, here is the link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1610686
I already pmed you with my BTC address :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Xinarae on September 07, 2016, 05:14:00 PM
 Distribution

Total supplies: incr. on buy
 10M coins will be created
Dev(s) dedicated premine: fixed to 700.000 OMC
 for a swap-in of 2 alternate coins
Buying with:
BTC
Price: 0.00012 BTC
Return: 1 OMC
 Extras

Running a social campaign: no
Offer bounties: yes
Bonus:
+ 25% on buy (Day 0-3)
+ 15% on buy (Day 3-6)
+ 5% on buy (Day 6-9)
Close.
This realy nice goal of this one. :D, I'll waiting to a social campaign too sir :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Xinarae on September 07, 2016, 05:18:16 PM
Hope that after omicron sig campaign Gladimor give a bonuses to alk participant in signature campaign. Because i think many suppoter invest in omicron and they can reach the desire amount in short time before omicron get release in exchanger. But that is only in my own we hope so. Good luck.
There you got some a payment with bitcoin for signature campaign. i know this like to support this project, may we still waiting if got some a bonuses from dev for who people have join the siganture campaign :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: OrangeSeller on September 07, 2016, 05:22:05 PM
Distribution

Total supplies: incr. on buy
 10M coins will be created
Dev(s) dedicated premine: fixed to 700.000 OMC
 for a swap-in of 2 alternate coins
Buying with:
BTC
Price: 0.00012 BTC
Return: 1 OMC
 Extras

Running a social campaign: no
Offer bounties: yes
Bonus:
+ 25% on buy (Day 0-3)
+ 15% on buy (Day 3-6)
+ 5% on buy (Day 6-9)
Close.
This realy nice goal of this one. :D, I'll waiting to a social campaign too sir :)
this details are really impressive (if they are correct) less coins distribution means more coin value in future. which is really a good sign.  Bte Op's past making me worry. is there any escrow service?

do social campaign mean Twitter campaign?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: FLoving on September 07, 2016, 07:05:46 PM
Distribution

Total supplies: incr. on buy
 10M coins will be created
Dev(s) dedicated premine: fixed to 700.000 OMC
 for a swap-in of 2 alternate coins
Buying with:
BTC
Price: 0.00012 BTC
Return: 1 OMC
 Extras

Running a social campaign: no
Offer bounties: yes
Bonus:
+ 25% on buy (Day 0-3)
+ 15% on buy (Day 3-6)
+ 5% on buy (Day 6-9)
Close.
This realy nice goal of this one. :D, I'll waiting to a social campaign too sir :)

Oh no! I missed the first 3 days, it was much beneficial, can I know that in which days are we now? I want to get some good bonus from there. and I want to know that is it added to yobit exchange?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 07, 2016, 07:08:44 PM
Flowing we are on this day: + 15% on buy (Day 3-6) So you still can get cheap coins I guess.  ;)

Gladimor has repeated he will push several exchanges like coinexchange.io, Yobit and Bittrex. There are still very tiny buys.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: YTBitcoin on September 07, 2016, 07:35:36 PM
Flowing we are on this day: + 15% on buy (Day 3-6) So you still can get cheap coins I guess.  ;)

Gladimor has repeated he will push several exchanges like coinexchange.io, Yobit and Bittrex. There are still very tiny buys.

I think he should have to select a bigger exchange as on smaller exchanges only a group come and dump the coin what they want and sometimes we see a very little volume of trade on smaller exchanges.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: FLoving on September 07, 2016, 08:46:41 PM
Flowing we are on this day: + 15% on buy (Day 3-6) So you still can get cheap coins I guess.  ;)

Gladimor has repeated he will push several exchanges like coinexchange.io, Yobit and Bittrex. There are still very tiny buys.

Dear olcaytu2005, thanks for your reply, and I am lucky that I am not too much late, and I like to see it on yobit as I spend most of my time on yobit for trade and that exchange is easy for me to use, I don't have much knowledge about other exchanges, I am these exchanges but use a little when I feel the need.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 07, 2016, 08:52:03 PM
Flowing we are on this day: + 15% on buy (Day 3-6) So you still can get cheap coins I guess.  ;)

Gladimor has repeated he will push several exchanges like coinexchange.io, Yobit and Bittrex. There are still very tiny buys.

I think he should have to select a bigger exchange as on smaller exchanges only a group come and dump the coin what they want and sometimes we see a very little volume of trade on smaller exchanges.

Yeah, thats why I previously asked about Bittrex. Althought keep in mind the delta credits entered yobit and it didn't got dumped. If the investors are smart, they can control the scarcity. Still, I think we will hit bittrex in a week. It all looks good.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Vikingr on September 07, 2016, 08:58:57 PM
Flowing we are on this day: + 15% on buy (Day 3-6) So you still can get cheap coins I guess.  ;)

Gladimor has repeated he will push several exchanges like coinexchange.io, Yobit and Bittrex. There are still very tiny buys.

I think he should have to select a bigger exchange as on smaller exchanges only a group come and dump the coin what they want and sometimes we see a very little volume of trade on smaller exchanges.

Yeah, thats why I previously asked about Bittrex. Althought keep in mind the delta credits entered yobit and it didn't got dumped. If the investors are smart, they can control the scarcity. Still, I think we will hit bittrex in a week. It all looks good.

The dumping and pumping and success of a coin depends on the developers of that coins, if they will be active for its struggle and will continue to support their coin and will provide much more services with their coins then that coin will never dump to die and will be at the peak of success.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: drays on September 07, 2016, 09:26:00 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: bestluck on September 07, 2016, 09:29:06 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 07, 2016, 10:12:30 PM
There is a very high chance that the goal of 1000+ BTC will not be met, I'm also considering the factor that the crowdfund may not reach 100 BTC.

Is it bad? Of course not. In fact, it is very good- for investors. The initial marketcap will be very small, allowing plenty of room for exponential value growth. Through good performance and adequate dividend returns, the price will make moves on its own without the need of third-party influences (P&Ds). I'm a stakeholder in this digital asset like all of you are- I traded in a ton of BXT and DCRE during the swap period.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Cryptco on September 07, 2016, 10:45:00 PM
There is a very high chance that the goal of 1000+ BTC will not be met, I'm also considering the factor that the crowdfund may not reach 100 BTC.

Is it bad? Of course not. In fact, it is very good- for investors. The initial marketcap will be very small, allowing plenty of room for exponential value growth. Through good performance and adequate dividend returns, the price will make moves on its own without the need of third-party influences (P&Ds). I'm a stakeholder in this digital asset like all of you are- I traded in a ton of BXT and DCRE during the swap period.

are you considering starting a 2. ICO on exchanges if  the crowdfund not reach 100(0) BTC (such as c-cex.. bittrex) ?
~Cryptco


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: delliaerd on September 07, 2016, 11:12:45 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?
Omicron is give us a good deal I think. Although omicron is a new investment place , it give us a good deal. That said we will get 0.00002% share per asset even per two  weeks not include the bonus


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 08, 2016, 03:32:51 AM
There is a very high chance that the goal of 1000+ BTC will not be met, I'm also considering the factor that the crowdfund may not reach 100 BTC.

Is it bad? Of course not. In fact, it is very good- for investors. The initial marketcap will be very small, allowing plenty of room for exponential value growth. Through good performance and adequate dividend returns, the price will make moves on its own without the need of third-party influences (P&Ds). I'm a stakeholder in this digital asset like all of you are- I traded in a ton of BXT and DCRE during the swap period.

are you considering starting a 2. ICO on exchanges if  the crowdfund not reach 100(0) BTC (such as c-cex.. bittrex) ?
~Cryptco

I don't plan on doing that. The remaining ICO will be reserved for future private investors, at future market rates (deals will be transparent and done off-exchange).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: mrsimple on September 08, 2016, 03:35:10 AM
Distribution

Total supplies: incr. on buy
 10M coins will be created
Dev(s) dedicated premine: fixed to 700.000 OMC
 for a swap-in of 2 alternate coins
Buying with:
BTC
Price: 0.00012 BTC
Return: 1 OMC
 Extras

Running a social campaign: no
Offer bounties: yes
Bonus:
+ 25% on buy (Day 0-3)
+ 15% on buy (Day 3-6)
+ 5% on buy (Day 6-9)
Close.
This realy nice goal of this one. :D, I'll waiting to a social campaign too sir :)
this details are really impressive (if they are correct) less coins distribution means more coin value in future. which is really a good sign.  Bte Op's past making me worry. is there any escrow service?

do social campaign mean Twitter campaign?

Yeah things hope Omicron make some a twitter campaign for bounty :D but let's waiting for next i things.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: stadus on September 08, 2016, 03:42:34 AM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?
Omicron is give us a good deal I think. Although omicron is a new investment place , it give us a good deal. That said we will get 0.00002% share per asset even per two  weeks not include the bonus
It is actually  0.00001% bi weekly as stated,and you will not worry of your investment because it is a guaranteed profit already. So this is a good investment for those who does not want a complicated investment as they will just sit and receive dividends.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: social crypto comunity on September 08, 2016, 05:15:17 AM
Hope that after omicron sig campaign Gladimor give a bonuses to alk participant in signature campaign. Because i think many suppoter invest in omicron and they can reach the desire amount in short time before omicron get release in exchanger. But that is only in my own we hope so. Good luck.
There you got some a payment with bitcoin for signature campaign. i know this like to support this project, may we still waiting if got some a bonuses from dev for who people have join the siganture campaign :D

maybe next same with several altcoin
make create double signature campaign, is one payment is bitcoin and another signature payment with omicron


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: andyste on September 08, 2016, 06:16:36 AM
Hope that after omicron sig campaign Gladimor give a bonuses to alk participant in signature campaign. Because i think many suppoter invest in omicron and they can reach the desire amount in short time before omicron get release in exchanger. But that is only in my own we hope so. Good luck.

I think is follow signature campaign omicron is good rate and payment to bitcoin
is rate signature campaign omicron is high rate, so is pay with bitcoin is enough


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: drays on September 08, 2016, 11:43:20 AM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?

I think Gladimor is the best person to answer your question, but I think - the answer is yes, you could get dividents if you have 10000 OMC, regardless whether you bought them on ICO, or bought later from the open market.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: raimch89 on September 08, 2016, 12:03:01 PM
http://i.imgur.com/LVVlNrV.png

www.delta.investments


Find more information on the Signature Campaign here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605301.new#new).

What is Omicron?

Omicron (OMC) is a digital blockchain-based asset that accrues interest through two mechanisms: minting and BTC dividends. It is the first step towards having an unbanked investment world where an independent digital currency asset yields returns in an alternate medium of exchange. OMC plans to be a major inflation and investment vehicle for the cryptocurrency community as well as various brick-and-mortar entities.


Taking the first step towards an unbanked society

The core principle of Omicron's investment platform is to allow investors to own a digital asset that adds value to itself- just like shares in a dividend-issuing company. Easily transferable for a quick turnover without the need of intermediary brokers, the OMC asset will be the choice dividend vehicle for investors around the globe. Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.


How are BTC dividend-yields accrued and issued?

BTC dividends will be funded every 2 weeks through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields. A BTC address must be associated with the OMC address, which will be done through the main website, and soon through the Omicron client itself.

http://i.imgur.com/lphsTdd.png


Transparency and Solvency

Trust is a major issue in the unregulated industry that cryptocurrency is. The Omicron investment platform will prove solvency biweekly, by revealing copies of trading summaries, balance statements, and further evidence that OMC is solvent and paying from revenue, not from capital. Independent audits by high profile members of the Bitcoin community will be allowed every 2-3 months to make sure that data provided biweekly is accurate and not forged or modified in any way.


Quick turnover and a market

Omicron will be the first dividend-issuing asset that will be able to be traded on popular cryptocurrency exchanges. The quick turn over on exchanges will make OMC a superior investment vehicle than any existing dividend-issuing company today. Issuing dividends at a faster rate than most businesses, the market will be fast paced and a choice asset to trade as daytraders make their moves on dividend performance. As OMC adds value to itself through continuous dividend payouts, long term holders of the asset will experience a steady increase to the value of their investment as well as pocketing biweekly revenue.


Prospectus

A copy of the general summary of the Prospectus can be found here (http://delta.investments/prospectus/).


Funding

Omicron will undergo a round of funding up to a maximum of 1,116 BTC. At a base price of 0.00012000 BTC per asset, 9,300,000 Omicron will be available to purchase through the main website with discount tiers available for the first 9 days of the 2-week Initial Asset Offering. More details can be found on the website: www.delta.investments (http://www.delta.investments).


Technical specifications

Omicron will be a blockchain based asset, and a clone of Bitcoin. Minting through the wallet will yield 5%/annum, compounding on a daily basis. The clients that will be released on Sept 17 will have a fresh overhaul to the interface, and there will be future modifications to add simplicity to OMC-BTC address linkage and addtional add-ons. Fullstack developers will be paid and employed to implement said features. The main focus of Omicron is to provide a suitable and superior investment vehicle than dividend-issuing companies. With this in mind, there will be no brand new technical developments made for OMC. Modifications will be ported from other cryptocurrency clients to keep OMC top of the line.

Translations

Indonesian (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604522.msg16107774#msg16107774)
Turkish (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605913.0)
Chinese (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605628)
Greek (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606190.msg16125901#msg16125901)
Portuguese (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606286.0)
German (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608173.msg16148819#msg16148819)
Filipino (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608214.new#new)


Other links

http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/index.php?topic=10020.new#new
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/49597-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
http://altcointalk.org/index.php/topic,681.new.html#new
https://allcryptotalk.com/index.php?/topic/2958-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
http://scforum.info/index.php?topic=11871.new#new
https://thealtcoinboard.com/index.php?topic=557.new#new
http://cryptos.us/forum/announcements/255-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency
https://forum.bitcoin.com/alternative-cryptocurrencies-altcoins/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency-t10328.html
http://bitbiz.io/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1736/
http://cryptomoms.com/forum/announcements/18/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/1457/
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/820
http://antibitcointalk.com/index.php/topic,878.0.html
http://cryptoscene.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1057/
http://doges.org/v-cryptocurrency/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
https://bitcoinforum.com/alternative-cryptocurrencies/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/new/#new
http://www.bitcointrading.com/forum/other-digital-currencies/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/new/#new
http://cryptohub.site/index.php/topic,792.0.html
http://colossuscointalk.org/index.php?topic=1258.0
https://www.quarktalk.cc/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1609/
https://www.bigbitforum.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.749/
http://btc-eth.community/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.369/
http://metabtc.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1127/


Additional details

There is additional details on the IAO of Omicron, such as fund manager information, further explanations, and an IAO purchase page. Please visit www.delta.investments (http://www.delta.investments) for more details. The full prospectus will be available on the 3rd of September.


Kindest regards,
Adam Trat
Founder and fund manager

https://g.twimg.com/Twitter_logo_blue.png (https://twitter.com/gladimorcrypto)


IAO Address: 1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye



YOU WANT TO DO WITH OMICRON WHAT YOU HAVE DONE WITH BXT ?

CREATE A COIN, TAKING BTC AND ABANDONED COMMUNITY AND COIN?

NO CLEAR COMMUNICATION ABOUT BXT SWAP ON THREAD


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 08, 2016, 01:09:16 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?

I think Gladimor is the best person to answer your question, but I think - the answer is yes, you could get dividents if you have 10000 OMC, regardless whether you bought them on ICO, or bought later from the open market.

Exactly. It doesn't matter how or from where, or even when you acquire the needed amount to be an actual shareholder. As soon as you have at least 10000 omicron in your wallet and registered your btc address you will be able to collect dividends that will be paid in 2 weeks periods. The early investors have a good chance, since all the OMC wont be sold, you will be able to collect more profit as percentage wise.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: delliaerd on September 08, 2016, 02:37:41 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?

I think Gladimor is the best person to answer your question, but I think - the answer is yes, you could get dividents if you have 10000 OMC, regardless whether you bought them on ICO, or bought later from the open market.

Exactly. It doesn't matter how or from where, or even when you acquire the needed amount to be an actual shareholder. As soon as you have at least 10000 omicron in your wallet and registered your btc address you will be able to collect dividends that will be paid in 2 weeks periods. The early investors have a good chance, since all the OMC wont be sold, you will be able to collect more profit as percentage wise.
Yes I agree  with you. Omicron give good promo for the early investors. This investment is still better than bank investment. The more omicron we have the more profit we will get.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: social crypto comunity on September 08, 2016, 04:35:09 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?

I think Gladimor is the best person to answer your question, but I think - the answer is yes, you could get dividents if you have 10000 OMC, regardless whether you bought them on ICO, or bought later from the open market.

i think the best buy and investment coin is early ico
under one week or under 3 day its ico launch is the best buy, because can receive discount price and bonus


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Vikingr on September 08, 2016, 05:09:15 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?

I think Gladimor is the best person to answer your question, but I think - the answer is yes, you could get dividents if you have 10000 OMC, regardless whether you bought them on ICO, or bought later from the open market.

i think the best buy and investment coin is early ico
under one week or under 3 day its ico launch is the best buy, because can receive discount price and bonus
You still have time to buy that amount which you have, after that I hope that the project will get more success and you try to buy whenever you will have some amount, you will sooner collect coins of around 0.9 BTC, maybe you collect them within the time period of ICO.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: traderbit on September 08, 2016, 05:38:18 PM
Over 10 BTC now
http://delta.investments/iao/

[...]

https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye

From what I see this is different from the normal ICO that happens with altcoins right? What will happen after 17th September when we send our Omicron addresses and receive the coins, when can we expect to see omicron listed in exchanges c-cex or yobit at least. I'm trying planing how much to invest so I may need this info when would I be able to start trading.

We will contact exchanges the day the OMC IAO ends. Listing fees will be paid for as well. We could expect exchange listings within the first 24 hours of the IAO ending.

I doubt they will respond within the first 24 hours, nor they will implement the OMICRON wallet on their exchanges. Can I ask you how much is the entry fee in exchanges? I think they get enough profit from exchange fees so they require also entry fee?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 08, 2016, 06:03:11 PM
I don't consider any exchange below than Bittrex is worth paying fees to enter for. Bittrex has 3.0 btc fee. Its amazing that they haven't lowered it since last year. It was 3 btc when btc was 200 bucks lol.

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex

Entering an exchange in 24 hours is fine. But lets start pre-talking.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Cryptco on September 08, 2016, 08:22:00 PM
Quote
IAO
The Omicron IAO has started.

The IAO will begin on September 3, 2016 at 10 pm EST. It will end on September 17, after a period of 2 weeks. The IAO discount structure is as follows:

Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO)

All times are in EST

Days 0-3 (Sept. 3, 10 PM to Sept. 6, 10 PM): 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)

Days 3-6 (Sept. 6, 10 PM to Sept. 9, 10 PM): 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC)


Days 6-9 (Sept. 9, 10 PM to Sept. 12, 10 PM): 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC)

Days 9-14 (Sept. 12, 10 PM to Sept. 17, 10 PM): No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC)

The trade-in for DeltaCredits and BitTokens will occur during August 29 3 PM est to September 3rd 9 PM EST. Please message Gladimor on Bitcointalk for the trade-in details.
How to participate in the IAO?

1. Submit a Bitcoin deposit to the address below.

2. Fill out the form provided. On September 17, the IAO will end and wallets will be available for download.

3. Message Gladimor with your Omicron address on September 17.

deltasymbolnew
OMC IAO ADDRESS:
1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye
https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye



Eastern Standard Time

Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time, EST
UTC offset: UTC -5:00
Time Zone Abbreviation: EST

http://delta.investments/iao/
https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: bestluck on September 08, 2016, 10:27:33 PM
I don't consider any exchange below than Bittrex is worth paying fees to enter for. Bittrex has 3.0 btc fee. Its amazing that they haven't lowered it since last year. It was 3 btc when btc was 200 bucks lol.

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex

Entering an exchange in 24 hours is fine. But lets start pre-talking.

I think from that yobit will be better as their fees is much lower, I have heard that on yobit you can add your coin at just 0.1 BTC , that price is much better in respect to other exchanges.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: 0day on September 08, 2016, 10:29:27 PM
I don't consider any exchange below than Bittrex is worth paying fees to enter for. Bittrex has 3.0 btc fee. Its amazing that they haven't lowered it since last year. It was 3 btc when btc was 200 bucks lol.

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex

Entering an exchange in 24 hours is fine. But lets start pre-talking.

I think from that yobit will be better as their fees is much lower, I have heard that on yobit you can add your coin at just 0.1 BTC , that price is much better in respect to other exchanges.
Yeah, Yobit is much better, I am on that and liqui exchanges and some others also , with yobit and bittrex, they also have to add that coin on Liqui, as they will advertise that coin in their signature as they are now doing ANTSHARES.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: YTBitcoin on September 08, 2016, 11:33:11 PM
Flowing we are on this day: + 15% on buy (Day 3-6) So you still can get cheap coins I guess.  ;)

Gladimor has repeated he will push several exchanges like coinexchange.io, Yobit and Bittrex. There are still very tiny buys.

Dear olcaytu2005, thanks for your reply, and I am lucky that I am not too much late, and I like to see it on yobit as I spend most of my time on yobit for trade and that exchange is easy for me to use, I don't have much knowledge about other exchanges, I am these exchanges but use a little when I feel the need.

You have to learn about other bigger exchanges, there you will be very happy to do trade as at there, the trade volume occurs at much highe value and no one have to wait for longer to do any purchase,


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: ChronoLite on September 09, 2016, 01:56:29 AM
do social campaign mean Twitter campaign?
I hope so , let's see the OP update and informed us about social campaign (and thanks for the signature campaign)
1 hour left for 25% discount , seems promising.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 09, 2016, 09:08:58 AM
do social campaign mean Twitter campaign?
I hope so , let's see the OP update and informed us about social campaign (and thanks for the signature campaign)
1 hour left for 25% discount , seems promising.

25% discount period ended a few days ago. The 15% period ended 7 hours ago, and the 5% period has begun, 65 hours left until IAO price is at base price.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: raimch89 on September 09, 2016, 11:53:52 AM
do social campaign mean Twitter campaign?
I hope so , let's see the OP update and informed us about social campaign (and thanks for the signature campaign)
1 hour left for 25% discount , seems promising.

25% discount period ended a few days ago. The 15% period ended 7 hours ago, and the 5% period has begun, 65 hours left until IAO price is at base price.

what about bxt holders????


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Darwin02 on September 09, 2016, 02:36:23 PM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?
Omicron is give us a good deal I think. Although omicron is a new investment place , it give us a good deal. That said we will get 0.00002% share per asset even per two  weeks not include the bonus
It is actually  0.00001% bi weekly as stated,and you will not worry of your investment because it is a guaranteed profit already. So this is a good investment for those who does not want a complicated investment as they will just sit and receive dividends.
That's good start of investment no loosing money and good for long term , youll just only for investing in it, by the way  I read 0.90 to 1.20 btc the minimum deposit is that right? Or you can deposit even small amounts like 0.20?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: geopolisch on September 09, 2016, 04:58:44 PM
I don't consider any exchange below than Bittrex is worth paying fees to enter for. Bittrex has 3.0 btc fee. Its amazing that they haven't lowered it since last year. It was 3 btc when btc was 200 bucks lol.

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex

Entering an exchange in 24 hours is fine. But lets start pre-talking.

I think from that yobit will be better as their fees is much lower, I have heard that on yobit you can add your coin at just 0.1 BTC , that price is much better in respect to other exchanges.
Yeah, Yobit is much better, I am on that and liqui exchanges and some others also , with yobit and bittrex, they also have to add that coin on Liqui, as they will advertise that coin in their signature as they are now doing ANTSHARES.
yobit is just better in the coin submission fee. their fee are lower. there is nothing better in yobit. yobit is the worst exchange if you believe me. their wallets are not working and no reply from their support. I suggest OP to focus on c-cex if bittrex is hard


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 09, 2016, 06:10:59 PM
do social campaign mean Twitter campaign?
I hope so , let's see the OP update and informed us about social campaign (and thanks for the signature campaign)
1 hour left for 25% discount , seems promising.

25% discount period ended a few days ago. The 15% period ended 7 hours ago, and the 5% period has begun, 65 hours left until IAO price is at base price.

what about bxt holders????


The swap ended, as said via PM to you earlier. Holders were notified through extensive slack discussion, warnings in the BXT OP, and discussion in the thread. It ended nearly a week ago... I allowed a 48 hour grace period after where I swapped some late peoples' BXT with my own BXT-OMC swap coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: markus124 on September 10, 2016, 12:06:59 AM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Lion BItcoin Shop on September 10, 2016, 04:14:48 AM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Darwin02 on September 10, 2016, 05:26:08 AM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
Thats the best you can do join now and investsome of your money and you will sure you will get profit after that . many people already join don't be late until they still have bonus in this moment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Babayega31 on September 10, 2016, 10:04:31 AM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
Thats the best you can do join now and investsome of your money and you will sure you will get profit after that . many people already join don't be late until they still have bonus in this moment.
Do not waste time while a few weeks from the IAO to invest because of the notice of the most omicron has potential to rise this time appear to exchange . So I will wait for that day to have a profit . And hopefully not dump out the heat when release it in exchanger. Because Mostly investor they do dump the new coins especially when it iao because they buy the coins cheap price.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - IAO has started
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 10, 2016, 11:22:03 AM
how much is the minimum deposit to participate in this IAO ? because I am very interested to participate in this project , and if the future can make a profit from the bonus program .

The minimum deposit is about 10.000 omc. This is a good chance , there is discount tiers avalaible for the first 9 days of the two weeks initial assets offering. Omicron give us a good deal of investment. I trusted omicron like I trust blockchain wallet.

That is not completely correct. The minimum deposit to get dividends is indeed an equivalent of 10000 OMC (from 0.9 BTC to 1.2 BTC depending on when you invest). However there is no minimum deposit specified for participating in IAO and just buying some OMC coins, so you could invest as low as you think is appropriate.

For me investing 0.9 is bigger amount now as it is the start of it and i do not invest much in ICOs a bigger amount like that, I will invest only little amount, but I want to know that if we find it as a long living project and after ICO we invest more than 0.9 then will we get dividends from there?
Omicron is give us a good deal I think. Although omicron is a new investment place , it give us a good deal. That said we will get 0.00002% share per asset even per two  weeks not include the bonus
It is actually  0.00001% bi weekly as stated,and you will not worry of your investment because it is a guaranteed profit already. So this is a good investment for those who does not want a complicated investment as they will just sit and receive dividends.
That's good start of investment no loosing money and good for long term , youll just only for investing in it, by the way  I read 0.90 to 1.20 btc the minimum deposit is that right? Or you can deposit even small amounts like 0.20?
You can deposit even small amounts but you can only stake those coins until you gather more. To register yourself for the dividend payouts you need 10,000 coins in one address. There might be pools coming up for pool staking and pooled dividend gathering but that would require people to trust their coins to that 3rd party.

As always, thoughtful and reasonable input from Tortoise75. Its a pleasure to read your posts, man. I also wanted to answer the claims from tomcat, but was too lazy ;D And my English is not that good.

I want to give credit to Tomcat and Pap0u too though. They raise good points, and some are valid concerns, while some are biased. In any case time will tell. This is the risk investors are taking, and it is good they can read this discussion and see both sides of the coin (pun not intended here :)), before making a decision.

For some folks this is a game. For some others this is a serious investment with the hopes to get money for something important. If its a game for you, then I think it is worth to invest. If this is serious investment with serious plans, then I would not advice to go in, as this is really very high-risk investment.
Thanks, good to hear because I'm usually not too sure about my posts. :)

I fully agree. It was scientifically proven that an opposing point in a discussion improves the quality of decisions even if it's just someone playing devils advocate. So Tomcat and Pap0u were playing an important role. Just the use of terms like HYIP without knowing what they mean, or if he actually knew without explaining how it could be applied to this project, was a bit problematic and insulting in my opinion.

Again fully agree. Money that is of importance or needed for something has no place in speculative investments at all and Omicron, as most of crypto, should be considered highly speculative.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: agamasrori on September 10, 2016, 12:04:37 PM
I am not so understand about omicron, what is omicron, it is a coin or it is a share? I know some type about investment ico, is this the same? Sory I don't realy understand.
Omicron is dividend issuing asset that able to trade on popular crypto currency exchanges. There is where omicron way to get profit. If you join this investment you will get at least 0.00001% per share of dividend pool, per omicron, every two weeks. You should try it. It so profitable. That what I can explain to you.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: traderbit on September 10, 2016, 12:06:07 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.
listing in bittrex is pretty hard for a new coin. but if the dev of Omricron work hard and get a good starting price in small exchanges sites. then they will get a place in bittrex for sure. bittrex verify everything after adding a coin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: agamasrori on September 10, 2016, 12:10:29 PM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
Thats the best you can do join now and investsome of your money and you will sure you will get profit after that . many people already join don't be late until they still have bonus in this moment.
Do not waste time while a few weeks from the ICO to invest because of the notice of the most omicron has potential to rise this time appear to exchange . So I will wait for that day to have a profit . And hopefully not dump out the heat when release it in exchanger. Because Mostly investor they do dump the new coins especially when it ico because they buy the coins cheap price.
This investment is interesting, while I am do investment like trade when I was beginner of it I can lost of my bitcoin some time. But this investment is realy profitable. Because there is guarantee to get profit from share of dividend pool.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 10, 2016, 12:44:27 PM
I am not so understand about omicron, what is omicron, it is a coin or it is a share? I know some type about investment ico, is this the same? Sory I don't realy understand.

I'm going to describe it as simple as it can be. Omicron is a fund. And Omicron coins are shares. With the fund raised with Omicon IAO (ICO) Gladimor will invest in certain areas such as margin trading, lending and altcoin trading. He will pay profits from these investments to the shareholders that hold more than 10,000 Omicron in their wallets (basically %0.001 of all shares). But there is a great profit on being an early investor since there will be not much people that will have at least 10,000 Omicron in their wallets. You will be able to get a lot of profit and share. :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: upsidedown75 on September 10, 2016, 04:46:19 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.
listing in bittrex is pretty hard for a new coin. but if the dev of Omricron work hard and get a good starting price in small exchanges sites. then they will get a place in bittrex for sure. bittrex verify everything after adding a coin.
I am not sure about bittrex's process but I like to have Omicron on yobit as I am very much familiar with their portal for trading. I personally prefer to have many exchanges for a same coin, in that way I like to have Omicron on poloniex too for the same reason, yes I am having account there and familiar with their trading portal too.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: betlord90 on September 10, 2016, 07:20:35 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.
listing in bittrex is pretty hard for a new coin. but if the dev of Omricron work hard and get a good starting price in small exchanges sites. then they will get a place in bittrex for sure. bittrex verify everything after adding a coin.
I am not sure about bittrex's process but I like to have Omicron on yobit as I am very much familiar with their portal for trading. I personally prefer to have many exchanges for a same coin, in that way I like to have Omicron on poloniex too for the same reason, yes I am having account there and familiar with their trading portal too.
I hope too that omicron added in yobit because i used yobit for trading yobit have many pumpers there if the coin start to pump no one can  stop here and not the selling ignored orders to yobit so beautiful because there earn easy money just right do the right just would accrue there fast . Just remember if the coins are rising avoid buy because you just lose . Wait for him to get off the price before you buy to rise again when you earn big .


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: someone111 on September 10, 2016, 07:47:46 PM
Holders were notified through extensive slack discussion
Would be great if I was not expected to follow up the whole slack / whole thread here forever. Could you consider please setting up a newsletter where you would inform us about any major chances and new offers, Adam?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 10, 2016, 08:55:16 PM
Holders were notified through extensive slack discussion
Would be great if I was not expected to follow up the whole slack / whole thread here forever. Could you consider please setting up a newsletter where you would inform us about any major chances and new offers, Adam?

For the foreseeable future, only Omicron and Delta Investments will be my projects. I'll be opening a slack channel for OMC shortly.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 10, 2016, 09:03:34 PM
Holders were notified through extensive slack discussion
Would be great if I was not expected to follow up the whole slack / whole thread here forever. Could you consider please setting up a newsletter where you would inform us about any major chances and new offers, Adam?

For the foreseeable future, only Omicron and Delta Investments will be my projects. I'll be opening a slack channel for OMC shortly.

Yeah, slack would be nice. I'd also like to know how much coins were swapped for delta credits and btx? If there is a way you can give us an round number, would be great to estimate the value of our coins. Thank you so much. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 1 hour left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: Gladimor on September 10, 2016, 09:18:18 PM
Holders were notified through extensive slack discussion
Would be great if I was not expected to follow up the whole slack / whole thread here forever. Could you consider please setting up a newsletter where you would inform us about any major chances and new offers, Adam?

For the foreseeable future, only Omicron and Delta Investments will be my projects. I'll be opening a slack channel for OMC shortly.

Yeah, slack would be nice. I'd also like to know how much coins were swapped for delta credits and btx? If there is a way you can give us an round number, would be great to estimate the value of our coins. Thank you so much. ;)

This information will be provided very soon. You can also see for yourself at the deposit addresses.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - PM for Slack Invitation
Post by: Gladimor on September 10, 2016, 09:18:52 PM
Please PM me your email for a Slack invitation.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: cryptodv on September 10, 2016, 09:31:44 PM
I am not so understand about omicron, what is omicron, it is a coin or it is a share? I know some type about investment ico, is this the same? Sory I don't realy understand.

I'm going to describe it as simple as it can be. Omicron is a fund. And Omicron coins are shares. With the fund raised with Omicon IAO (ICO) Gladimor will invest in certain areas such as margin trading, lending and altcoin trading. He will pay profits from these investments to the shareholders that hold more than 10,000 Omicron in their wallets (basically %0.001 of all shares). But there is a great profit on being an early investor since there will be not much people that will have at least 10,000 Omicron in their wallets. You will be able to get a lot of profit and share. :)

Mineum is similar, instead of investing they mine altcoins and give MNM token holders dividends. We just got our first round of dividends. Not much, but these things take time. I'll still invest in Omicron though. :-\


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Gladimor on September 10, 2016, 09:46:17 PM
I am not so understand about omicron, what is omicron, it is a coin or it is a share? I know some type about investment ico, is this the same? Sory I don't realy understand.

I'm going to describe it as simple as it can be. Omicron is a fund. And Omicron coins are shares. With the fund raised with Omicon IAO (ICO) Gladimor will invest in certain areas such as margin trading, lending and altcoin trading. He will pay profits from these investments to the shareholders that hold more than 10,000 Omicron in their wallets (basically %0.001 of all shares). But there is a great profit on being an early investor since there will be not much people that will have at least 10,000 Omicron in their wallets. You will be able to get a lot of profit and share. :)

Mineum is similar, instead of investing they mine altcoins and give MNM token holders dividends. We just got our first round of dividends. Not much, but these things take time. I'll still invest in Omicron though. :-\

You can expect your first dividends within 2 weeks of the IAO ending.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - PM for Slack Invitation
Post by: Lion BItcoin Shop on September 11, 2016, 09:02:39 AM
Please PM me your email for a Slack invitation.

just send you PM of my gmail to get invitationin slack, any info where the first exchange will add omicron ?
just want to know more about omicron :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - PM for Slack Invitation
Post by: Mumbeeptind1963 on September 11, 2016, 09:24:49 AM
Why investors need to pm you for slacks invitation? So what if many investors there want to invest to your site but they dont know how to get slack invitation, For me this is okay if they go to your site and create account, and deposit thats it. But they need to do more, many investors want only to create account and deposit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: andyste on September 11, 2016, 09:31:11 AM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

i think much people interest buy omcron coin
in now progress selling this ico is good, i think until end ico selling this collect much investor in buy omicron


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Mumbeeptind1963 on September 11, 2016, 10:08:36 AM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

i think much people interest buy omcron coin
in now progress selling this ico is good, i think until end ico selling this collect much investor in buy omicron

Yup many people interest to buy omicron, because it has a potential that the price of this coin will rise, when this coin is in exchanger. Like me im interested but why do we need to get slacks invitation? Why other altcoin dont have this, in their site just create account and deposit thats it.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Yutikas_11920 on September 11, 2016, 02:40:42 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

i think much people interest buy omcron coin
in now progress selling this ico is good, i think until end ico selling this collect much investor in buy omicron

Yup many people interest to buy omicron, because it has a potential that the price of this coin will rise, when this coin is in exchanger. Like me im interested but why do we need to get slacks invitation? Why other altcoin dont have this, in their site just create account and deposit thats it.

Yup you are right. Lately, omicron has a very good potential and also has a fairly strong market forces because many people assumed that omicron will be one of the altcoin that have the power of yan quite well in growth crpto


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - PM for Slack Invitation
Post by: Gladimor on September 11, 2016, 07:52:39 PM
The IAO address has been changed to a more secure one.

New official IAO address: 18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - PM for Slack Invitation
Post by: PokerFace3 on September 11, 2016, 08:44:49 PM
The IAO address has been changed to a more secure one.

New official IAO address: 18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW
Thank you very much for informing that might avoid any possible confusions.
I just noticed it got updated in OP too but not in enough in the way of alerting. Having different font color or any thing like that may help new investors for finding this information quickly to use on time while paying for IAO.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - PM for Slack Invitation
Post by: Gladimor on September 11, 2016, 08:47:01 PM
The IAO address has been changed to a more secure one.

New official IAO address: 18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW
Thank you very much for informing that might avoid any possible confusions.
I just noticed it got updated in OP too but not in enough in the way of alerting. Having different font color or any thing like that may help new investors for finding this information quickly to use on time while paying for IAO.

I have changed the font of the old IAO address.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: betlord90 on September 12, 2016, 01:42:18 AM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

i think much people interest buy omcron coin
in now progress selling this ico is good, i think until end ico selling this collect much investor in buy omicron

Yup many people interest to buy omicron, because it has a potential that the price of this coin will rise, when this coin is in exchanger. Like me im interested but why do we need to get slacks invitation? Why other altcoin dont have this, in their site just create account and deposit thats it.
The slack is sort of group chat not all invest in omicron need slack it is optional would just join . So it's okay to invest even if you do not have slack invitation . Because it was not important if you do not want to join . Just invest and enjoy the 5 % off  omicron .


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 42 BTC raised, IAO still active
Post by: Gladimor on September 12, 2016, 05:25:00 AM
On launch, there will be a fully reworked wallet GUI for Omicron, with a built-in seednode for immediate connection. As well, there will be a selection of nodes from every major continent in the world, to allow easy connectivity of clients all around the globe.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 42 BTC raised, IAO still active
Post by: ChronoLite on September 12, 2016, 11:52:37 AM
On launch, there will be a fully reworked wallet GUI for Omicron, with a built-in seednode for immediate connection. As well, there will be a selection of nodes from every major continent in the world, to allow easy connectivity of clients all around the globe.
Well , keep informed us about the progress wallet and updated with the fully reworked wallet GUI.
But , why you need PM with the email address for slack invitation . Can you post it in OP?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 42 BTC raised, IAO still active
Post by: cryptospreader on September 12, 2016, 01:28:16 PM
On launch, there will be a fully reworked wallet GUI for Omicron, with a built-in seednode for immediate connection. As well, there will be a selection of nodes from every major continent in the world, to allow easy connectivity of clients all around the globe.
Well , keep informed us about the progress wallet and updated with the fully reworked wallet GUI.
But , why you need PM with the email address for slack invitation . Can you post it in OP?

Good news. I think you're well ahead of your launch with the new wallet GUI. This is a good approach for an ICO coin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Yutikas_11920 on September 12, 2016, 01:29:02 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

i think much people interest buy omcron coin
in now progress selling this ico is good, i think until end ico selling this collect much investor in buy omicron

Yup many people interest to buy omicron, because it has a potential that the price of this coin will rise, when this coin is in exchanger. Like me im interested but why do we need to get slacks invitation? Why other altcoin dont have this, in their site just create account and deposit thats it.
The slack is sort of group chat not all invest in omicron need slack it is optional would just join . So it's okay to invest even if you do not have slack invitation . Because it was not important if you do not want to join . Just invest and enjoy the 5 % off  omicron .

Most of us have a sense of pessimism in advance against which is considered something new. It was always I felt every moment there are altcoin, crypto or otherwise. But it turned out to be quite a good effect for the life of me, because I can get some benefit from aau crypto altcoin has the same potential. So with OMICRON I see it has the advantage that is enough for the future. So don't ever doubt


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: Babayega31 on September 12, 2016, 01:30:06 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

i think much people interest buy omcron coin
in now progress selling this ico is good, i think until end ico selling this collect much investor in buy omicron
Yes great potential of coins is increased when it appear in any trading site . Since many ICO can support so this time as it released the trading site more as much support their.
Hopefully that bittrex it first came out pretty hard to just get on that platform . But there the developers I know he would do better to his coin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: markus124 on September 12, 2016, 01:56:52 PM
Those 30 btc coming in were really good :P

Is there anyway we can help u w ur trading? Idk like telling u if there's new interesting coin or ico coming up or provide information on upcoming news (good or bad) of coins that can affect the prices? I dont know how's ur strategy to trade.

I sent u a pm to see if i can get an invitation to the slack group


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: someone111 on September 12, 2016, 04:35:17 PM
Will it be possible to run the OMC client on a small device such as raspberry? (For staking / minting.)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: drays on September 12, 2016, 06:14:13 PM
Those 30 btc coming in were really good :P

Not sure having such a big whale will be good for the currency :-\. Currently he holds almost 70-75% of the supply. I hope there will be more investors joining, so this doesn't become a whale toy.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: sheba on September 12, 2016, 06:25:23 PM
Those 30 btc coming in were really good :P

Not sure having such a big whale will be good for the currency :-\. Currently he holds almost 70-75% of the supply. I hope there will be more investors joining, so this doesn't become a whale toy.

He currently has about half that percentage (maybe 35%) - you forgot to include the coins swapped from BXT and DCRe. And that 35% should fall as more people buy in.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 12, 2016, 06:52:27 PM
Those 30 btc coming in were really good :P

Not sure having such a big whale will be good for the currency :-\. Currently he holds almost 70-75% of the supply. I hope there will be more investors joining, so this doesn't become a whale toy.

He currently has about half that percentage (maybe 35%) - you forgot to include the coins swapped from BXT and DCRe. And that 35% should fall as more people buy in.

A whale is always good. Proves that there is indeed powerful backers of the project.

Other than that, how many do you think have been swapped for bxt and dcre. Since it was at the beginning, I think we can now the exact number. Any prediction you can give to us Gladimor?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: Gladimor on September 12, 2016, 08:38:50 PM
Those 30 btc coming in were really good :P

Not sure having such a big whale will be good for the currency :-\. Currently he holds almost 70-75% of the supply. I hope there will be more investors joining, so this doesn't become a whale toy.

He currently has about half that percentage (maybe 35%) - you forgot to include the coins swapped from BXT and DCRe. And that 35% should fall as more people buy in.

A whale is always good. Proves that there is indeed powerful backers of the project.

Other than that, how many do you think have been swapped for bxt and dcre. Since it was at the beginning, I think we can now the exact number. Any prediction you can give to us Gladimor?


700,000 OMC was used for the swap.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: Cryptco on September 12, 2016, 11:11:20 PM
Quote
IAO
The Omicron IAO has started.

The IAO will begin on September 3, 2016 at 10 pm EST. It will end on September 17, after a period of 2 weeks. The IAO discount structure is as follows:

Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO)

All times are in EST

Days 0-3 (Sept. 3, 10 PM to Sept. 6, 10 PM): 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC)

Days 3-6 (Sept. 6, 10 PM to Sept. 9, 10 PM): 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC)

Days 6-9 (Sept. 9, 10 PM to Sept. 12, 10 PM): 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC)

Days 9-14 (Sept. 12, 10 PM to Sept. 17, 10 PM): No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC)

The trade-in for DeltaCredits and BitTokens will occur during August 29 3 PM est to September 3rd 9 PM EST. Please message Gladimor on Bitcointalk for the trade-in details.
How to participate in the IAO?

1. Submit a Bitcoin deposit to the address below.

2. Fill out the form provided. On September 17, the IAO will end and wallets will be available for download.

3. Message Gladimor with your Omicron address on September 17.

OMC IAO ADDRESS:
18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW
Fund were moved from an old address to a more secure one, link to old address:
https://blockchain.info/address/1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye



about 4 hours left for 5% discount.
See: http://delta.investments/iao/



Current Eastern Standard Time: 6:09:27 PM
Current Date: Monday, Sep 12 2016
Time Offset: UTC -5
http://time.is/EST


Raised:    43.06230359 BTC!
See https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW
NICE!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: andyste on September 12, 2016, 11:23:24 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: social crypto comunity on September 13, 2016, 12:02:15 AM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?

don't be late your buy now in fase ico selling can special rate
and you receive dividend system
so this good coin this good investment


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: richmcrich on September 13, 2016, 09:16:53 AM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: social crypto comunity on September 13, 2016, 03:17:31 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: PokerFace3 on September 13, 2016, 04:40:26 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex
You mean to say that you will be happy if Omicron will be added to Poloniex ?
Because I do not find any announcement about it has already added to any exchange till now or do I miss such exciting information. Could anyone confirm this, please... ::)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sukamasoto on September 13, 2016, 05:14:49 PM
As I can see the project keep growing and got more attention which lead this project same as we as iconomi holder planned

the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex
You mean to say that you will be happy if Omicron will be added to Poloniex ?
Because I do not find any announcement about it has already added to any exchange till now or do I miss such exciting information. Could anyone confirm this, please... ::)

Maybe soon they will launch on the exchanger since I'm also waiting for it !
For now, they need gather more attention for this project


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: drays on September 13, 2016, 05:21:44 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex
You mean to say that you will be happy if Omicron will be added to Poloniex ?
Because I do not find any announcement about it has already added to any exchange till now or do I miss such exciting information. Could anyone confirm this, please... ::)

There are so many flavors of English...  ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 13, 2016, 08:22:36 PM
Gladimor confirmed on slack that he will indeed try for polo afterwards. Right now the nearest plan is to get on to bittrex with I guess paying fees as soon as the coin is released. Which is a very, very good beginning considering bittrex is the second largest exchange out there. I like seeing the investments increase and also wonder how many of them are going to keep at least 10,000 omicron to become shareholders.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: traderbit on September 13, 2016, 09:55:35 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.
listing in bittrex is pretty hard for a new coin. but if the dev of Omricron work hard and get a good starting price in small exchanges sites. then they will get a place in bittrex for sure. bittrex verify everything after adding a coin.
I am not sure about bittrex's process but I like to have Omicron on yobit as I am very much familiar with their portal for trading. I personally prefer to have many exchanges for a same coin, in that way I like to have Omicron on poloniex too for the same reason, yes I am having account there and familiar with their trading portal too.

Being real we can't expect a brand new coin to be listed in many exchanges so fast, nor on those big exchanges. What I can expect as other few coins omicron can be listed in yobit and in c-cex which are pretty good and a coin like omicron can succeed.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: extrabyte on September 14, 2016, 03:05:11 AM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

Correct.. low supply of a coin has some advantage for the coin. specially for the price of coin in future. if a coin have low amount circulating around there and it have good demand then it will increase the price very well,
OMICORN have low supply and I am sure it will be a successful coin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: uncaer9 on September 14, 2016, 04:25:39 AM
i think the witepaper must be released baefore ICO started or ico finished, im sure more investor want to know more detail about your project.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Thefrolly on September 14, 2016, 04:48:34 AM
i think the witepaper must be released baefore ICO started or ico finished, im sure more investor want to know more detail about your project.

I dont think a whitepaper is needed, since the picture on first page explains what this coin does and its not very complex


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: someone111 on September 14, 2016, 03:20:31 PM
Will it be possible to run the OMC client on a small device such as raspberry? (For staking / minting.)

Got an answer on slack by gladimor. https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/

Quote
you will be able to have the OMC client on a raspberry Pi


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Gladimor on September 14, 2016, 03:31:10 PM
3 days remaining for the IAO.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: Vikingr on September 14, 2016, 05:34:23 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex

will they add it to only one exchange? I think they have to add their coin to a number of exchanges with that it is be harder for a group to dump this coin easily, the more exchanges they will join the more will it be stronger.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: upsidedown75 on September 14, 2016, 06:28:13 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

Correct.. low supply of a coin has some advantage for the coin. specially for the price of coin in future. if a coin have low amount circulating around there and it have good demand then it will increase the price very well,
OMICORN have low supply and I am sure it will be a successful coin.
Yes, we are all hoping and praying for the same. Other than this limited supply, Omicron has many innovative features what will support its growth. I am really proud for being part of this opportunity that too from the beginning itself unlike what I have missed with bitcoin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: ayesha sadiqa on September 14, 2016, 06:41:07 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex
You mean to say that you will be happy if Omicron will be added to Poloniex ?
Because I do not find any announcement about it has already added to any exchange till now or do I miss such exciting information. Could anyone confirm this, please... ::)
yes i am also confused that either it has been added in poloniex or he wish that this currency should be added in poloniex, i think if it added in poloniex it will be a good decision, because poloniex is a good exchange and almost big coins are already added here, so it will be in favour of it added in poloniex.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: richmcrich on September 14, 2016, 08:27:47 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex

will they add it to only one exchange? I think they have to add their coin to a number of exchanges with that it is be harder for a group to dump this coin easily, the more exchanges they will join the more will it be stronger.
Cryptsy had the practice of adding new coins by it's own (I hoped so) and they had called it "inevitable addition". Similarly no one could stop Omicron could be added in to multiple exchnages. Having more options to trade must be good (in the time of one exchange site is down for maintenance). I like to suggest to add in shapeshift.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: bestluck on September 14, 2016, 08:29:18 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

Correct.. low supply of a coin has some advantage for the coin. specially for the price of coin in future. if a coin have low amount circulating around there and it have good demand then it will increase the price very well,
OMICORN have low supply and I am sure it will be a successful coin.
Yes, we are all hoping and praying for the same. Other than this limited supply, Omicron has many innovative features what will support its growth. I am really proud for being part of this opportunity that too from the beginning itself unlike what I have missed with bitcoin.

I also wish that they keep the supply less than the demand with that the value of omicron will increase faster and the investors will rush to invest in this coin so after that the demand will increase to peak and with that they will be able to release more coins. and I want that they extend their ICO timing as with more time more people will come to join the project.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: ayesha sadiqa on September 14, 2016, 08:49:03 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

Correct.. low supply of a coin has some advantage for the coin. specially for the price of coin in future. if a coin have low amount circulating around there and it have good demand then it will increase the price very well,
OMICORN have low supply and I am sure it will be a successful coin.
Yes, we are all hoping and praying for the same. Other than this limited supply, Omicron has many innovative features what will support its growth. I am really proud for being part of this opportunity that too from the beginning itself unlike what I have missed with bitcoin.

I also wish that they keep the supply less than the demand with that the value of omicron will increase faster and the investors will rush to invest in this coin so after that the demand will increase to peak and with that they will be able to release more coins. and I want that they extend their ICO timing as with more time more people will come to join the project.
but i think that instead of deceasing the supply if the currency is introduce in the market in a good and proper way hope more people will show interest in investing their assets in omicrons and the value of omicro will increase.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: 0day on September 14, 2016, 08:57:52 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

iam very happy is added poloniex, but bitex or c-cex , enough for me
bitrex and c-cex same good altcoin exchanger poloniex

will they add it to only one exchange? I think they have to add their coin to a number of exchanges with that it is be harder for a group to dump this coin easily, the more exchanges they will join the more will it be stronger.
Cryptsy had the practice of adding new coins by it's own (I hoped so) and they had called it "inevitable addition". Similarly no one could stop Omicron could be added in to multiple exchnages. Having more options to trade must be good (in the time of one exchange site is down for maintenance). I like to suggest to add in shapeshift.

Wow it is nice to see for that coin, I hope that the interest for that coin will increase more higher if they add their coins to a number of exchanges as not all of the crypto on a single exchange they are distributed on all of the exchanges and so the exchanges will have it the more people will invest in it.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: niksdt101 on September 14, 2016, 09:16:08 PM
@dev can this be mined??? is there a windows or linux based wallets ?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 14, 2016, 09:20:42 PM
@dev can this be mined??? is there a windows or linux based wallets ?

Let me answer that for you. No, it cannot be mined. There will be a windows wallet at launch but im not sure about linux wallet, probably you will have to pull it from github and build it yourself.

Also Gladimor, please come to slack when you have time. I have a very important question that buggled me all day long.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: FLoving on September 14, 2016, 09:30:46 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: Thefrolly on September 14, 2016, 09:34:53 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: delliaerd on September 14, 2016, 09:39:28 PM
Gladimor confirmed on slack that he will indeed try for polo afterwards. Right now the nearest plan is to get on to bittrex with I guess paying fees as soon as the coin is released. Which is a very, very good beginning considering bittrex is the second largest exchange out there. I like seeing the investments increase and also wonder how many of them are going to keep at least 10,000 omicron to become shareholders.
This project is a fortune for the share holder. They only need 10000 omicron to gain profit from dividend pool. Omicron give a good offer for them, omicron have a good chance being grow up it price if get in bittrex. Good plan from Gladimor.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: delliaerd on September 14, 2016, 09:56:04 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex
Why it can't be listed on poloniex? May be he want to do it step by step after, bittrex first then poloniex . Some coin price has grown until 2500 % after listed in popular exchanger during three month. Depend on developer promo and the market news.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: YTBitcoin on September 14, 2016, 10:15:48 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex
Why it can't be listed on poloniex? May be he want to do it step by step after, bittrex first then poloniex . Some coin price has grown until 2500 % after listed in popular exchanger during three month. Depend on developer promo and the market news.
You are right they should have to place their coin on a number of exchanges from now with that they will get more awareness in the people and the traders will start trade in this coin, and if the developers remain more active for their coins and they promote it for longer time then there is no doubt that this coin will be the point of interest for the investors and traders.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: Thefrolly on September 14, 2016, 10:24:29 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex
Why it can't be listed on poloniex? May be he want to do it step by step after, bittrex first then poloniex . Some coin price has grown until 2500 % after listed in popular exchanger during three month. Depend on developer promo and the market news.

I never said it cant be listed, I said you cant make sure that it will be listed on poloniex, on bittrex you can


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 14, 2016, 10:59:14 PM
Gladimor clarified my question. I felt like I had to share so all investors and potential investors know this issue which I think fairly unfair (I'm a investor myself). The coins that were meant to be swapped with Gladimor's previous projects were 700,000. However the sum of bxt and delta credits are around 180,000 coins. By the time of the swap delta credits were 10,000 satoshi and was around 65k satoshi (fairly overpriced due to the Yobit addition). According to the calculation:

600,000/num_of_bxt_swapped
100,000/num_of_delta_swapped

In other words, those who swapped are getting very very cheap coins than us real investors who sent real btc which is actually the point of all the coin, to create funds for dividend payments.

This was not clear in the ANN and I want to vote for it to change. Let's take the base prices for coins when they were sent to swapped and give the %25 bonus.

So if deltacredits were 9000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be a 1:1 swap.
If bxt were 36000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be 4:1 swap.

Please investors I am fairly curious about your thoughts on this. I'm sure not many coins sent for swap so people get Omicron for perhaps 100 satoshi, 200 satoshi. It will make our investment dust and they will earn shares they don't deserve with 10,000 omicron in wallets.

Gladimor, you know this is by no means a fud. As an investor, im trying to watch over my investment. Thanks for your time.

Oh and burn rest of the coins reserved for the swap. Please make this happen or Omicron will go to dust as they will dump big time.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: stadus on September 15, 2016, 02:02:38 AM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex
Why it can't be listed on poloniex? May be he want to do it step by step after, bittrex first then poloniex . Some coin price has grown until 2500 % after listed in popular exchanger during three month. Depend on developer promo and the market news.
You are right they should have to place their coin on a number of exchanges from now with that they will get more awareness in the people and the traders will start trade in this coin, and if the developers remain more active for their coins and they promote it for longer time then there is no doubt that this coin will be the point of interest for the investors and traders.
This will be big if it will be listed in both poloniex and bittrex as well, I hope to see listed in poloniex and it's good if that will happen. Remember waves when people are expecting to be listed in Poloniex to get a good volume but now still in Bittrex. Who know's let us just hope for the best.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sheba on September 15, 2016, 02:38:27 AM
Gladimor clarified my question. I felt like I had to share so all investors and potential investors know this issue which I think fairly unfair (I'm a investor myself). The coins that were meant to be swapped with Gladimor's previous projects were 700,000. However the sum of bxt and delta credits are around 180,000 coins. By the time of the swap delta credits were 10,000 satoshi and was around 65k satoshi (fairly overpriced due to the Yobit addition). According to the calculation:

600,000/num_of_bxt_swapped
100,000/num_of_delta_swapped

In other words, those who swapped are getting very very cheap coins than us real investors who sent real btc which is actually the point of all the coin, to create funds for dividend payments.

This was not clear in the ANN and I want to vote for it to change. Let's take the base prices for coins when they were sent to swapped and give the %25 bonus.

So if deltacredits were 9000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be a 1:1 swap.
If bxt were 36000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be 4:1 swap.

Please investors I am fairly curious about your thoughts on this. I'm sure not many coins sent for swap so people get Omicron for perhaps 100 satoshi, 200 satoshi. It will make our investment dust and they will earn shares they don't deserve with 10,000 omicron in wallets.

Gladimor, you know this is by no means a fud. As an investor, im trying to watch over my investment. Thanks for your time.

Oh and burn rest of the coins reserved for the swap. Please make this happen or Omicron will go to dust as they will dump big time.

There is no need for concern about this. I swapped my BXT and invested real btc in mining and buying BXT before Gladimor decided to discontinue BXT. You cannot say that the price of BXT was 36000 satoshi - that price was after Gladimor announced BXT would be discontinued. Most of my BXT were mined at 100000 satoshi - I averaged down and bought cheap BXT for the swap, so my OMC costs about 6-7k satoshi, which is a discount but not a big discount like you are suggesting. Your proposal of 4 OMC for 1 BXT would rob me blind!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: uncaer9 on September 15, 2016, 05:21:53 AM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex

i think for the first time listed, C-cex is enough, c-cex can handle more transaction, also have big volume too. then next plan to bittrex and poloniex


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 09:08:19 AM
Gladimor clarified my question. I felt like I had to share so all investors and potential investors know this issue which I think fairly unfair (I'm a investor myself). The coins that were meant to be swapped with Gladimor's previous projects were 700,000. However the sum of bxt and delta credits are around 180,000 coins. By the time of the swap delta credits were 10,000 satoshi and was around 65k satoshi (fairly overpriced due to the Yobit addition). According to the calculation:

600,000/num_of_bxt_swapped
100,000/num_of_delta_swapped

In other words, those who swapped are getting very very cheap coins than us real investors who sent real btc which is actually the point of all the coin, to create funds for dividend payments.

This was not clear in the ANN and I want to vote for it to change. Let's take the base prices for coins when they were sent to swapped and give the %25 bonus.

So if deltacredits were 9000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be a 1:1 swap.
If bxt were 36000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be 4:1 swap.

Please investors I am fairly curious about your thoughts on this. I'm sure not many coins sent for swap so people get Omicron for perhaps 100 satoshi, 200 satoshi. It will make our investment dust and they will earn shares they don't deserve with 10,000 omicron in wallets.

Gladimor, you know this is by no means a fud. As an investor, im trying to watch over my investment. Thanks for your time.

Oh and burn rest of the coins reserved for the swap. Please make this happen or Omicron will go to dust as they will dump big time.

There is no need for concern about this. I swapped my BXT and invested real btc in mining and buying BXT before Gladimor decided to discontinue BXT. You cannot say that the price of BXT was 36000 satoshi - that price was after Gladimor announced BXT would be discontinued. Most of my BXT were mined at 100000 satoshi - I averaged down and bought cheap BXT for the swap, so my OMC costs about 6-7k satoshi, which is a discount but not a big discount like you are suggesting. Your proposal of 4 OMC for 1 BXT would rob me blind!

You will so much less cost per Omicron than 6-7k satoshi. Assume 20,000 bxt sent for swap. 600,000 / 20,000 = 30. So you get 30 omicron's per bxt. That is unfair. :/ Who cares if you mined bxt at 100k satoshi. Its your fault. Never rent hash for a long mining period. Now we have less btc for the fund but more people to pay dividend. Oh and either way if your cost is 6-7k satoshi than you are at our %33 advantage.  :-X

Oh and PLEASE EITHER KICK THIS GUYS FROM SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN OR TELL THEM NOT TO WRITE NONSENSE HERE. BECAUSE OF THIS 2 POSTS IN THE TOPIC A WEEK we are missing a important point.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 15, 2016, 10:14:07 AM
Gladimor clarified my question. I felt like I had to share so all investors and potential investors know this issue which I think fairly unfair (I'm a investor myself). The coins that were meant to be swapped with Gladimor's previous projects were 700,000. However the sum of bxt and delta credits are around 180,000 coins. By the time of the swap delta credits were 10,000 satoshi and was around 65k satoshi (fairly overpriced due to the Yobit addition). According to the calculation:

600,000/num_of_bxt_swapped
100,000/num_of_delta_swapped

In other words, those who swapped are getting very very cheap coins than us real investors who sent real btc which is actually the point of all the coin, to create funds for dividend payments.

This was not clear in the ANN and I want to vote for it to change. Let's take the base prices for coins when they were sent to swapped and give the %25 bonus.

So if deltacredits were 9000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be a 1:1 swap.
If bxt were 36000 satoshi at the time of the swap, it should be 4:1 swap.

Please investors I am fairly curious about your thoughts on this. I'm sure not many coins sent for swap so people get Omicron for perhaps 100 satoshi, 200 satoshi. It will make our investment dust and they will earn shares they don't deserve with 10,000 omicron in wallets.

Gladimor, you know this is by no means a fud. As an investor, im trying to watch over my investment. Thanks for your time.

Oh and burn rest of the coins reserved for the swap. Please make this happen or Omicron will go to dust as they will dump big time.

There is no need for concern about this. I swapped my BXT and invested real btc in mining and buying BXT before Gladimor decided to discontinue BXT. You cannot say that the price of BXT was 36000 satoshi - that price was after Gladimor announced BXT would be discontinued. Most of my BXT were mined at 100000 satoshi - I averaged down and bought cheap BXT for the swap, so my OMC costs about 6-7k satoshi, which is a discount but not a big discount like you are suggesting. Your proposal of 4 OMC for 1 BXT would rob me blind!
Disagree to olcaytu2005 proposal.
Agree to sheba, I invested real BTC for mining and buying BXT too and we are ivested first in early early stages and take much risk!! Early adopters should be rewarded with a bonus and best discout.
It was your choice to buy Bxt in early stages and swap them up to the final swap date (September 3rd).
~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 10:38:47 AM
But no one forced you to either mine or buy bxt overpriced. I'm gonna be honest, anyone that pays 100k satoshi per coin when it's a simple, normal long PoW coin are meant to lose. This was your fault. Do you realize since you put 100k satoshi in bxt, it had a potential of 12.850.000$ marketcap. That would place it above counterparty, which would be 20th coin with largest marketcap. We as who sent real btc don't have to pay for your trading faults. You took a risk and it shouldn't have paid out like this. Now while I am getting 9000 satoshi per omc you are getting 2000 satoshi per omc. You will dump as soon as it hits the market and our price will crush. Why don't you agree a fair solution rather than being greedy? Simple, lets take the exchange price of the swapped coin to calculate swap amount. If bxt was 100k satoshi than lets do a 10:1 swap. But when we are dividing the whole amount, its just wrong.

And I'm sorry I just don't believe you invested btc, if so please come to slack and prove it... ::)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 15, 2016, 10:56:20 AM
But no one forced you to either mine or buy bxt overpriced. I'm gonna be honest, anyone that pays 100k satoshi per coin when it's a simple, normal long PoW coin are meant to lose. This was your fault. Do you realize since you put 100k satoshi in bxt, it had a potential of 12.850.000$ marketcap. That would place it above counterparty, which would be 20th coin with largest marketcap. We as who sent real btc don't have to pay for your trading faults. You took a risk and it shouldn't have paid out like this. Now while I am getting 9000 satoshi per omc you are getting 2000 satoshi per omc. You will dump as soon as it hits the market and our price will crush. Why don't you agree a fair solution rather than being greedy? Simple, lets take the exchange price of the swapped coin to calculate swap amount. If bxt was 100k satoshi than lets do a 10:1 swap. But when we are dividing the whole amount, its just wrong.

And I'm sorry I just don't believe you invested btc, if so please come to slack and prove it... ::)

Its up to Gladimor- the dev- and not to us to decide. I am sure he had a plan before the Trade-In of OMC.
And Early investors who takes the most risk are getting the best bonuses/discount-thats fair. Thats how crypto works.
Get informed about the scene and invest first in early stages.
I will not dump it - I am in for long-term. I will give you my OMC Address as proof of it.

~CryptCo



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 2 hrs left for 25% discount on IAO
Post by: btc55555 on September 15, 2016, 11:01:31 AM
have btctalk bounty?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 11:16:23 AM
But no one forced you to either mine or buy bxt overpriced. I'm gonna be honest, anyone that pays 100k satoshi per coin when it's a simple, normal long PoW coin are meant to lose. This was your fault. Do you realize since you put 100k satoshi in bxt, it had a potential of 12.850.000$ marketcap. That would place it above counterparty, which would be 20th coin with largest marketcap. We as who sent real btc don't have to pay for your trading faults. You took a risk and it shouldn't have paid out like this. Now while I am getting 9000 satoshi per omc you are getting 2000 satoshi per omc. You will dump as soon as it hits the market and our price will crush. Why don't you agree a fair solution rather than being greedy? Simple, lets take the exchange price of the swapped coin to calculate swap amount. If bxt was 100k satoshi than lets do a 10:1 swap. But when we are dividing the whole amount, its just wrong.

And I'm sorry I just don't believe you invested btc, if so please come to slack and prove it... ::)

Its up to Gladimor- the dev- and not to us to decide. I am sure he had a plan before the Trade-In of OMC.
And Early investors who takes the most risk are getting the best bonuses/discount-thats fair. Thats how crypto works.
Get informed about the scene and invest first in early stages.
I will not dump it - I am in for long-term. I will give you my OMC Address as proof of it.

~CryptCo



I invested first day with btc. Do not dare to pull this early investor thing to me. I also invested almost the first day of Delta Credits. Gladimor knows this. If it was clear that the total amount reserved for swap would be divided in the swap coins sent, I would rather bought delta and bxt and would have so little cost for my OMC. It's simple enough. This was not in the OP and those who are invested stupidly to dead coins shouldn't be rewarded over us who invested with real btc, the very purpose of this funds.

Let's be real here, deltacredits and bxt both have 0 buy support. And they are at very low prices. How will Gladimor be able to cash out in btc to use them in trading, etc for profit? He still has to pay dividends to those who swapped though.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 15, 2016, 12:20:27 PM
The info is on the Website since the IAO was announced:

http://i.imgur.com/SQIpyjC.jpg
http://delta.investments/

Yes maybe you should better bought delta and bxt and took the trade-in risk. As i swaped in, I never knew how much would swaped /traded in for OMC and so on
 ;D ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: termion on September 15, 2016, 12:39:19 PM
43 BTC ... First  - >  "Omicron will undergo a round of funding up to a maximum of 1,116 BTC" ... It is no achieved... What next step? I think about invest - but doubt...


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: szachta on September 15, 2016, 12:43:51 PM
The omicron have any bounty?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sheba on September 15, 2016, 01:13:11 PM


You will so much less cost per Omicron than 6-7k satoshi. Assume 20,000 bxt sent for swap. 600,000 / 20,000 = 30. So you get 30 omicron's per bxt. That is unfair. :/ Who cares if you mined bxt at 100k satoshi. Its your fault. Never rent hash for a long mining period. Now we have less btc for the fund but more people to pay dividend. Oh and either way if your cost is 6-7k satoshi than you are at our %33 advantage.  :-X

Oh and PLEASE EITHER KICK THIS GUYS FROM SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN OR TELL THEM NOT TO WRITE NONSENSE HERE. BECAUSE OF THIS 2 POSTS IN THE TOPIC A WEEK we are missing a important point.

The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000 so you are making numbers up with 20,000. When I was mining at 100,000 satoshi there were very few coins of BXT in supply - so the BXT marketcap was only a few thousand dollars, less than $10000, so 100000 satoshi wasnt a bad price. I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: drays on September 15, 2016, 01:26:09 PM
But no one forced you to either mine or buy bxt overpriced. I'm gonna be honest, anyone that pays 100k satoshi per coin when it's a simple, normal long PoW coin are meant to lose. This was your fault. Do you realize since you put 100k satoshi in bxt, it had a potential of 12.850.000$ marketcap. That would place it above counterparty, which would be 20th coin with largest marketcap. We as who sent real btc don't have to pay for your trading faults. You took a risk and it shouldn't have paid out like this. Now while I am getting 9000 satoshi per omc you are getting 2000 satoshi per omc. You will dump as soon as it hits the market and our price will crush. Why don't you agree a fair solution rather than being greedy? Simple, lets take the exchange price of the swapped coin to calculate swap amount. If bxt was 100k satoshi than lets do a 10:1 swap. But when we are dividing the whole amount, its just wrong.

And I'm sorry I just don't believe you invested btc, if so please come to slack and prove it... ::)

Not sure about BXT, but how are you going to calculate the price of DeltaCredits, when the buy price at the beginning of swap was about 0.0001, and the sell price was around 0.00026 if I recall correctly (and only tiny amounts could have been bought for that price)? Simply put, you had no option to buy "cheap" Deltacredits and exchange them for OMC. I suppose that option might have been there for BXT (don't know), but not for DCR.
Also you never know how much DCR (or BXT) was going to be converted to OMC. It could have been small amount or very big one, aka whole remaining supply. I for example, did not convert the whole amount I had (left something maybe - about 15% - just in case). And also after swapping my coins to OMC, I invested by BTC too (aimed to buy about 5 times more than I converted from DCR). Do you still think I look to dump the swapped coins?

One more consideration... This is the way I see it, you may disagree of course: the Swap from BXT and DCR is not about money or cost for the coins... It is about reliability and responsibility for Gladimor's old projects. When you see a person cares about his old investors, you have some confidence he will most probably care about your investment too. It was clearly announced the old projects are going to be closed, so this is the only exit offered, so if those coins are swapped at unfavorable rates, it will look like the old investors are abandoned and screwed. When you see the opposite, you should have more confidence.

Anyway, I understand your point, as well as understand the point of your opponents. That's hard to make the right balance, which satisfies everybody. I personally would accept any decision from Gladimor on this topic, as its not that important to me. Isn't this coin about dividends, rather than speculation? If so, the price of coin itself that important actually.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Thefrolly on September 15, 2016, 01:27:41 PM


You will so much less cost per Omicron than 6-7k satoshi. Assume 20,000 bxt sent for swap. 600,000 / 20,000 = 30. So you get 30 omicron's per bxt. That is unfair. :/ Who cares if you mined bxt at 100k satoshi. Its your fault. Never rent hash for a long mining period. Now we have less btc for the fund but more people to pay dividend. Oh and either way if your cost is 6-7k satoshi than you are at our %33 advantage.  :-X

Oh and PLEASE EITHER KICK THIS GUYS FROM SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN OR TELL THEM NOT TO WRITE NONSENSE HERE. BECAUSE OF THIS 2 POSTS IN THE TOPIC A WEEK we are missing a important point.

The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000 so you are making numbers up with 20,000. When I was mining at 100,000 satoshi there were very few coins of BXT in supply - so the BXT marketcap was only a few thousand dollars, less than $10000, so 100000 satoshi wasnt a bad price. I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

so if 38k bxt were swapped in and there are 600k OMC reserved for that swap which all go to the guys that swapped, you get 0.00165 BTC worth of OMC per bxt....that 10x from what you get when you invest with btc


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: drays on September 15, 2016, 01:40:09 PM
The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000

Where do you guys find that information?
Do you know what was the number for DCR?

I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

To be honest, I think this would have never happened if Gladimor clearly announced the terms of the swap, instead of doing it via PM  :-\
Not sure why anyone should have been dumping BXT so cheap, when it was an easy way to swap them and get good price. Those dumpers are the ones who actually lost there, and some people benefited from that by getting cheaper OMC.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sheba on September 15, 2016, 02:33:26 PM
The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000

Where do you guys find that information?
Do you know what was the number for DCR?

I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

To be honest, I think this would have never happened if Gladimor clearly announced the terms of the swap, instead of doing it via PM  :-\
Not sure why anyone should have been dumping BXT so cheap, when it was an easy way to swap them and get good price. Those dumpers are the ones who actually lost there, and some people benefited from that by getting cheaper OMC.


Gladimore did announce the terms of the swap - it was here in the OP of this post and it was on the website. There were not many BXT available cheap at 36000 satoshi - I tried to buy them to reduce my risk from mining at 100,000 satoshi, but not many people were selling that cheap because it was expensive to mine. It was always a risk to buy or hold BXT for the swap - it could have worked out badly for me.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sheba on September 15, 2016, 02:37:46 PM


You will so much less cost per Omicron than 6-7k satoshi. Assume 20,000 bxt sent for swap. 600,000 / 20,000 = 30. So you get 30 omicron's per bxt. That is unfair. :/ Who cares if you mined bxt at 100k satoshi. Its your fault. Never rent hash for a long mining period. Now we have less btc for the fund but more people to pay dividend. Oh and either way if your cost is 6-7k satoshi than you are at our %33 advantage.  :-X

Oh and PLEASE EITHER KICK THIS GUYS FROM SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN OR TELL THEM NOT TO WRITE NONSENSE HERE. BECAUSE OF THIS 2 POSTS IN THE TOPIC A WEEK we are missing a important point.

The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000 so you are making numbers up with 20,000. When I was mining at 100,000 satoshi there were very few coins of BXT in supply - so the BXT marketcap was only a few thousand dollars, less than $10000, so 100000 satoshi wasnt a bad price. I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

so if 38k bxt were swapped in and there are 600k OMC reserved for that swap which all go to the guys that swapped, you get 0.00165 BTC worth of OMC per bxt....that 10x from what you get when you invest with btc

And what price for bxt are you assuming, because I do not have this fantastic rate of return. bxt was expensive before Gladimore announced OMC and that he would stop supporting bxt. You cannot assume a cheap price for bxt, because bxt only became cheap when Gladimor announced he would discontinue support for it.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: skyway1 on September 15, 2016, 02:51:05 PM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
You are right that this coin is really great for us ,and i also want to invest my money in this currency and i am sure it will be go a successful currency and i hope it will be too profitable for us and its really very good opportunity for us.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: YTBitcoin on September 15, 2016, 03:09:02 PM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
You are right that this coin is really great for us ,and i also want to invest my money in this currency and i am sure it will be go a successful currency and i hope it will be too profitable for us and its really very good opportunity for us.

I think you both are getting late, you should have to invest from today as there is only a shorter time remained in the ICO to finish, and the bonus currently is also better, after that if it added to exchange then the price will increase much higher as the supply of this coin is lesser.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 05:59:19 PM
The info is on the Website since the IAO was announced:

http://i.imgur.com/SQIpyjC.jpg
http://delta.investments/

Yes maybe you should better bought delta and bxt and took the trade-in risk. As i swaped in, I never knew how much would swaped /traded in for OMC and so on
 ;D ;D

So, is there any indication that the reserved amount will be divided to the total coins sent for swap? No there isn't. The guy above who made the match shows how unfair is the distrubution with swaps. Those who wanted it to swap with bxt will get 15.7894736842105263 omc per bxt and at the end of the day, that 38,000 bxt can't be turned into btc because there are no buy order whatsoever.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Vikingr on September 15, 2016, 06:50:56 PM
The omicron have any bounty?

Yeah, it has bounty for translations and it is also running a signature campaign but there they are paying in bitcoins, if you missed the time and now no bounty is available then try to buy them by working on other place and invest your earning in it. This coin is expected to rise more higher.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 42 BTC raised, 20 hrs left for 5% discount
Post by: FLoving on September 15, 2016, 07:01:22 PM
the next plan
where added omicron in exchanger
i hope the first plan added to choose one exchanger , poloniex, bitrex or c-cex
I will vote for poloniex. But as of now I am not worrying about where Omicron will be listed rather I am collecting all possible funds to buy more Omicron before ICO ends. Without having a big slash of them, worrying where and when it will be listed is not that much meaningful in my opinion.

is that announcement from the developers? if yes then I will have to join poloniex for the trade of omicron, I expected it to be added in yobit, but now I think there is no any chance for it to be added in yobit.

he confirmed that he will pay the fee to list it on bittrex, but you cant make sure that something will be listed on poloniex

Ok thanks for your reply, I am getting ready for its trade on bittrex. I have account on there but I did not use bittrex till now, I hope it will be a good exchange for me to start trade on there.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 4 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: bestluck on September 15, 2016, 08:00:02 PM
Low supply, people stacking the coin to get dividends and bonus for early investors. I think this ico is going to do great :P
It would be awesome if we can get listed in bittrex but i know is not that easy.

Correct.. low supply of a coin has some advantage for the coin. specially for the price of coin in future. if a coin have low amount circulating around there and it have good demand then it will increase the price very well,
OMICORN have low supply and I am sure it will be a successful coin.
Yes, we are all hoping and praying for the same. Other than this limited supply, Omicron has many innovative features what will support its growth. I am really proud for being part of this opportunity that too from the beginning itself unlike what I have missed with bitcoin.

I also wish that they keep the supply less than the demand with that the value of omicron will increase faster and the investors will rush to invest in this coin so after that the demand will increase to peak and with that they will be able to release more coins. and I want that they extend their ICO timing as with more time more people will come to join the project.
but i think that instead of deceasing the supply if the currency is introduce in the market in a good and proper way hope more people will show interest in investing their assets in omicrons and the value of omicro will increase.
You are right and I think they are trying to introduce it to the market in a good way, but they also have to try to make it useful for buying some good, digital goods or daily used goods, with that the demand will increase more high and it will be a more successful altcoin in the future.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: ozgr on September 15, 2016, 09:24:17 PM
I tend to agree with olcaytu here as those who swapped shouldn't have more advantage than those who invested very early. I think we must find a way to balance them and equal the cost for both investors. Let's see how Glaidmor responds.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: someone111 on September 15, 2016, 09:26:56 PM
43 BTC ... First  - >  "Omicron will undergo a round of funding up to a maximum of 1,116 BTC" ... It is no achieved... What next step? I think about invest - but doubt...

There is a very high chance that the goal of 1000+ BTC will not be met, I'm also considering the factor that the crowdfund may not reach 100 BTC.

Is it bad? Of course not. In fact, it is very good- for investors. The initial marketcap will be very small, allowing plenty of room for exponential value growth. Through good performance and adequate dividend returns, the price will make moves on its own without the need of third-party influences (P&Ds). I'm a stakeholder in this digital asset like all of you are- I traded in a ton of BXT and DCRE during the swap period.



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: someone111 on September 15, 2016, 09:28:11 PM
@dev can this be mined??? is there a windows or linux based wallets ?

There will be a windows wallet at launch but im not sure about linux wallet, probably you will have to pull it from github and build it yourself.

Will it be possible to run the OMC client on a small device such as raspberry? (For staking / minting.)

Got an answer on slack by gladimor. https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/

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you will be able to have the OMC client on a raspberry Pi


So it looks like there will be a linux wallet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: drays on September 15, 2016, 09:32:53 PM
The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000

Where do you guys find that information?
Do you know what was the number for DCR?

I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

To be honest, I think this would have never happened if Gladimor clearly announced the terms of the swap, instead of doing it via PM  :-\
Not sure why anyone should have been dumping BXT so cheap, when it was an easy way to swap them and get good price. Those dumpers are the ones who actually lost there, and some people benefited from that by getting cheaper OMC.


Gladimore did announce the terms of the swap - it was here in the OP of this post and it was on the website. There were not many BXT available cheap at 36000 satoshi - I tried to buy them to reduce my risk from mining at 100,000 satoshi, but not many people were selling that cheap because it was expensive to mine. It was always a risk to buy or hold BXT for the swap - it could have worked out badly for me.

Sure, I understand. What about my question above: how did you know there was exactly 38000 BXT swapped? Do you know how many DCR were swapped? I didn't see those numbers announced yet... Did I miss something?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sheba on September 15, 2016, 09:39:29 PM
The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000

Where do you guys find that information?
Do you know what was the number for DCR?

I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

To be honest, I think this would have never happened if Gladimor clearly announced the terms of the swap, instead of doing it via PM  :-\
Not sure why anyone should have been dumping BXT so cheap, when it was an easy way to swap them and get good price. Those dumpers are the ones who actually lost there, and some people benefited from that by getting cheaper OMC.


Gladimore did announce the terms of the swap - it was here in the OP of this post and it was on the website. There were not many BXT available cheap at 36000 satoshi - I tried to buy them to reduce my risk from mining at 100,000 satoshi, but not many people were selling that cheap because it was expensive to mine. It was always a risk to buy or hold BXT for the swap - it could have worked out badly for me.

Sure, I understand. What about my question above: how did you know there was exactly 38000 BXT swapped? Do you know how many DCR were swapped? I didn't see those numbers announced yet... Did I miss something?

The BXT swap address was public https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bxt/address.dws?2344.htm. There were around 50000 BXT at the time of the swap but only about 38000 was sent for the swap.

To those who complain about people who swapped BXT and got a better price than you, should the people buying in now complain that you got a better price than they did? Anyone could have taken the risk to buy BXT/DCR and swap them, all that information was public.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: ozgr on September 15, 2016, 10:01:21 PM
Oh btw, I'm also really excited to enter Bittrex at launch as we will directly be hitting the spotlight


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 10:08:52 PM
The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000

Where do you guys find that information?
Do you know what was the number for DCR?

I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

To be honest, I think this would have never happened if Gladimor clearly announced the terms of the swap, instead of doing it via PM  :-\
Not sure why anyone should have been dumping BXT so cheap, when it was an easy way to swap them and get good price. Those dumpers are the ones who actually lost there, and some people benefited from that by getting cheaper OMC.


Gladimore did announce the terms of the swap - it was here in the OP of this post and it was on the website. There were not many BXT available cheap at 36000 satoshi - I tried to buy them to reduce my risk from mining at 100,000 satoshi, but not many people were selling that cheap because it was expensive to mine. It was always a risk to buy or hold BXT for the swap - it could have worked out badly for me.

Sure, I understand. What about my question above: how did you know there was exactly 38000 BXT swapped? Do you know how many DCR were swapped? I didn't see those numbers announced yet... Did I miss something?

The BXT swap address was public https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bxt/address.dws?2344.htm. There were around 50000 BXT at the time of the swap but only about 38000 was sent for the swap.

To those who complain about people who swapped BXT and got a better price than you, should the people buying in now complain that you got a better price than they did? Anyone could have taken the risk to buy BXT/DCR and swap them, all that information was public.

NO. The information about the total coins reserved / total coins sent was not public at all. I thought from the beginning that it was indeed a 1:1 swap and I looked at both of the coins prices and I thought to myself that you had to be an idiot to buy BXT to swap. On the other hand delta credits had 15k satoshi price so I thought it was okey, but still investing early was even better.

I don't really understand how you dare to discuss this thing. So we have only 43 btc for the funds. 38k btx and 10k deltacredits will make tops 1-2 btc, but they will have more coins than the BTC invested. ALL THE TRADES WILL BE DONE WITH THE BTC WE INVESTED, but those who swapped and got cheap OMC will get dividends. What the heck?!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 3 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 15, 2016, 10:26:55 PM
The amount of BXT swapped was about 38,000

Where do you guys find that information?
Do you know what was the number for DCR?

I took a risk and bought BXT for the swap and got a cheaper price, but so could anyone. You could have bought BXT at 30000 satoshi and got an even better price for OMC than I did.

To be honest, I think this would have never happened if Gladimor clearly announced the terms of the swap, instead of doing it via PM  :-\
Not sure why anyone should have been dumping BXT so cheap, when it was an easy way to swap them and get good price. Those dumpers are the ones who actually lost there, and some people benefited from that by getting cheaper OMC.


Gladimore did announce the terms of the swap - it was here in the OP of this post and it was on the website. There were not many BXT available cheap at 36000 satoshi - I tried to buy them to reduce my risk from mining at 100,000 satoshi, but not many people were selling that cheap because it was expensive to mine. It was always a risk to buy or hold BXT for the swap - it could have worked out badly for me.

Sure, I understand. What about my question above: how did you know there was exactly 38000 BXT swapped? Do you know how many DCR were swapped? I didn't see those numbers announced yet... Did I miss something?

The BXT swap address was public https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bxt/address.dws?2344.htm. There were around 50000 BXT at the time of the swap but only about 38000 was sent for the swap.

To those who complain about people who swapped BXT and got a better price than you, should the people buying in now complain that you got a better price than they did? Anyone could have taken the risk to buy BXT/DCR and swap them, all that information was public.

NO. The information about the total coins reserved / total coins sent was not public at all. I thought from the beginning that it was indeed a 1:1 swap and I looked at both of the coins prices and I thought to myself that you had to be an idiot to buy BXT to swap. On the other hand delta credits had 15k satoshi price so I thought it was okey, but still investing early was even better.

I don't really understand how you dare to discuss this thing. So we have only 43 btc for the funds. 38k btx and 10k deltacredits will make tops 1-2 btc, but they will have more coins than the BTC invested. ALL THE TRADES WILL BE DONE WITH THE BTC WE INVESTED, but those who swapped and got cheap OMC will get dividends. What the heck?!

you're false. The information was public:
I have checked it by myself:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bxt/address.dws?2344.htm

Address    B8QAKUztbkqTBMTWVnzuJgfqxqd3AeYjt7    
Balance   37,767.57743786 BXT   
Rich List   Rank 1

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...throughout the 10,000,000 supply of OMC, 700,000 coins (7%) will be set aside for a swap-in of DeltaCredits (DCR) and BitTokens (BXT). Accordingly 1% will be used for DCR and 6% for BXT.




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 15, 2016, 10:29:18 PM
But no one forced you to either mine or buy bxt overpriced. I'm gonna be honest, anyone that pays 100k satoshi per coin when it's a simple, normal long PoW coin are meant to lose. This was your fault. Do you realize since you put 100k satoshi in bxt, it had a potential of 12.850.000$ marketcap. That would place it above counterparty, which would be 20th coin with largest marketcap. We as who sent real btc don't have to pay for your trading faults. You took a risk and it shouldn't have paid out like this. Now while I am getting 9000 satoshi per omc you are getting 2000 satoshi per omc. You will dump as soon as it hits the market and our price will crush. Why don't you agree a fair solution rather than being greedy? Simple, lets take the exchange price of the swapped coin to calculate swap amount. If bxt was 100k satoshi than lets do a 10:1 swap. But when we are dividing the whole amount, its just wrong.

And I'm sorry I just don't believe you invested btc, if so please come to slack and prove it... ::)

Not sure about BXT, but how are you going to calculate the price of DeltaCredits, when the buy price at the beginning of swap was about 0.0001, and the sell price was around 0.00026 if I recall correctly (and only tiny amounts could have been bought for that price)? Simply put, you had no option to buy "cheap" Deltacredits and exchange them for OMC. I suppose that option might have been there for BXT (don't know), but not for DCR.
Also you never know how much DCR (or BXT) was going to be converted to OMC. It could have been small amount or very big one, aka whole remaining supply. I for example, did not convert the whole amount I had (left something maybe - about 15% - just in case). And also after swapping my coins to OMC, I invested by BTC too (aimed to buy about 5 times more than I converted from DCR). Do you still think I look to dump the swapped coins?

One more consideration... This is the way I see it, you may disagree of course: the Swap from BXT and DCR is not about money or cost for the coins... It is about reliability and responsibility for Gladimor's old projects. When you see a person cares about his old investors, you have some confidence he will most probably care about your investment too. It was clearly announced the old projects are going to be closed, so this is the only exit offered, so if those coins are swapped at unfavorable rates, it will look like the old investors are abandoned and screwed. When you see the opposite, you should have more confidence.

Anyway, I understand your point, as well as understand the point of your opponents. That's hard to make the right balance, which satisfies everybody. I personally would accept any decision from Gladimor on this topic, as its not that important to me. Isn't this coin about dividends, rather than speculation? If so, the price of coin itself that important actually.


Very nice and clear statement.
Agree-
also you never know how much BTC will be collected/raised though the ONGOING IAO crowdsale.
Total Received until now:    44.28079927 BTC

~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: skyway1 on September 15, 2016, 10:30:09 PM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
You are right that this coin is really great for us ,and i also want to invest my money in this currency and i am sure it will be go a successful currency and i hope it will be too profitable for us and its really very good opportunity for us.

I think you both are getting late, you should have to invest from today as there is only a shorter time remained in the ICO to finish, and the bonus currently is also better, after that if it added to exchange then the price will increase much higher as the supply of this coin is lesser.

no I am not late in this community, I already have invested some amount in the start and then i waited to check that how long will it go and now as it is proved that this project is going to be a successful project and will get more high value so i decided to invest my remaining money reserved for investment for this project.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: placebo on September 15, 2016, 10:35:53 PM
But no one forced you to either mine or buy bxt overpriced. I'm gonna be honest, anyone that pays 100k satoshi per coin when it's a simple, normal long PoW coin are meant to lose. This was your fault. Do you realize since you put 100k satoshi in bxt, it had a potential of 12.850.000$ marketcap. That would place it above counterparty, which would be 20th coin with largest marketcap. We as who sent real btc don't have to pay for your trading faults. You took a risk and it shouldn't have paid out like this. Now while I am getting 9000 satoshi per omc you are getting 2000 satoshi per omc. You will dump as soon as it hits the market and our price will crush. Why don't you agree a fair solution rather than being greedy? Simple, lets take the exchange price of the swapped coin to calculate swap amount. If bxt was 100k satoshi than lets do a 10:1 swap. But when we are dividing the whole amount, its just wrong.

And I'm sorry I just don't believe you invested btc, if so please come to slack and prove it... ::)

Not sure about BXT, but how are you going to calculate the price of DeltaCredits, when the buy price at the beginning of swap was about 0.0001, and the sell price was around 0.00026 if I recall correctly (and only tiny amounts could have been bought for that price)? Simply put, you had no option to buy "cheap" Deltacredits and exchange them for OMC. I suppose that option might have been there for BXT (don't know), but not for DCR.
Also you never know how much DCR (or BXT) was going to be converted to OMC. It could have been small amount or very big one, aka whole remaining supply. I for example, did not convert the whole amount I had (left something maybe - about 15% - just in case). And also after swapping my coins to OMC, I invested by BTC too (aimed to buy about 5 times more than I converted from DCR). Do you still think I look to dump the swapped coins?

One more consideration... This is the way I see it, you may disagree of course: the Swap from BXT and DCR is not about money or cost for the coins... It is about reliability and responsibility for Gladimor's old projects. When you see a person cares about his old investors, you have some confidence he will most probably care about your investment too. It was clearly announced the old projects are going to be closed, so this is the only exit offered, so if those coins are swapped at unfavorable rates, it will look like the old investors are abandoned and screwed. When you see the opposite, you should have more confidence.

Anyway, I understand your point, as well as understand the point of your opponents. That's hard to make the right balance, which satisfies everybody. I personally would accept any decision from Gladimor on this topic, as its not that important to me. Isn't this coin about dividends, rather than speculation? If so, the price of coin itself that important actually.


Very nice and clear statement.
Agree-
also you never know how much BTC was going to be collected/raised though the ONGOING IAO crowdsale.
Total Received until now:    44.28079927 BTC

~CryptCo

And how much of those 44 BTC are your personal investment?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 10:43:17 PM
He probably invested nothing. All he invested was his bxt which he mined at 0.001 cost as an idiot. I'm sorry but it's the truth. And now he is being awarded for it.

Can you please tell me where in the hell it writes that the total %6 reserved omc will be divided with the total amount of bxt sent? For all we know a swap is a 1:1 if it is not mentioned otherwise. I thought it would be a 1:1 swap like all other coins out there and that the remaning % would be burned. I'm trying to make a peace with you guys, suggesting that we should take a base price for both coins and divide them with 0.00009. Even that is in your advantage as they are dead coins and they will not contribute to the freaking OMICRON FUNDS THAT ARE MEANT TO BE PROFITED WITH. BUT YOU WILL GET SHARES REGARDLESS.

Gladimor please address this issue. Its hilarious that the raised 44.5 BTC gets half the coins of SHITTY DEAD COINS THAT WOULDN'T EVEN MAKE 1 BTC!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Cryptocurrency - 5% off IAO active
Post by: stadus on September 15, 2016, 10:49:54 PM
this coin have greate idea to growing my money, i think i will join ico and burn some bits for growing it, any minimum amount to get diveiden per month ?
You are right that this coin is really great for us ,and i also want to invest my money in this currency and i am sure it will be go a successful currency and i hope it will be too profitable for us and its really very good opportunity for us.

I think you both are getting late, you should have to invest from today as there is only a shorter time remained in the ICO to finish, and the bonus currently is also better, after that if it added to exchange then the price will increase much higher as the supply of this coin is lesser.

no I am not late in this community, I already have invested some amount in the start and then i waited to check that how long will it go and now as it is proved that this project is going to be a successful project and will get more high value so i decided to invest my remaining money reserved for investment for this project.
Actually, there is no late investment as it is because this project is going to be successful in the future, when you invest early you only get a certain bonus and that is just a certain percentage and when it will be added in major exchanges and the demand is good then what I will be seeing is there will be an abrupt increase of price and even 100% is manageable.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 15, 2016, 10:51:43 PM
He probably invested nothing. All he invested was his bxt which he mined at 0.001 cost as an idiot. I'm sorry but it's the truth. And now he is being awarded for it.

Thats nonsense. That was not possible, better inform yourself about the prices and mining costs!
BXT Net Hash was around 10+ PH at the top/ Hit 1% of Bitcoin nethashrate !
I invested enough and bought enough on exchanges and I am an investor, thats all info you need.
You could have the same advantages and could bought or even mined BXT at the right time.  
;D ;D  8)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 15, 2016, 11:28:14 PM
He probably invested nothing. All he invested was his bxt which he mined at 0.001 cost as an idiot. I'm sorry but it's the truth. And now he is being awarded for it.

Thats nonsense. That was not possible, better inform yourself about the prices and mining costs!
BXT Net Hash was around 10+ PH at the top/ Hit 1% of Bitcoin nethashrate !
I invested enough and bought enough on exchanges and I am an investor, thats all info you need.
You could have the same advantages and could bought or even mined BXT at the right time.  
;D ;D  8)

I'm arguing with a guy on slack now. I'm clearly asking simple questions:

1) Why it was not clear in any part of the ANN or the website that the total coins reserved for the swap would be divided by the total coins sent for the swap?

2) This is so unlogical and unfair. If I knew this from the beginning I wouldn't invest a single penny. For obvious reasons. The idea of this coin is to create a fund for profit. Shareholders will recieve profit with their shares. They buy them with contributing to the IAO, by sending btc. Now that 700,000 OMC will only contribute to the fund for 1 btc and rest of the 400,000 omc will contribute 44.5 btc. But the one who contributed will take %66 of profits while the real fund raiser will only take %33 of all profits. ISN'T THIS FREAKING STUPID?!

Now on slack a guy sends me an SS of a slack message from BXT slack dated 1st of September. Gladimor supposed to wrote the dividing formula there, but NO WHERE IN THE ANN WHICH WE INVESTORS SHOULD ACCESS THE ALL INFORMATION WE NEED BEFORE INVESTING!

I'm expecting people who sent real BTC IAO to response. Especially that guy who sent 30 btc right now. It's obvious we got misinformed. Or else I'm gonna start to think that was Gladimor himself that sent 30 btc as he is not responding these concerns!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Gladimor on September 16, 2016, 12:35:17 AM
I stand by a standard that I leave none of my projects behind. Therefore, I decided to end development of DCRE and BXT, and in turn, allow a swap.

I understand many of your worries about speculative unfairness involved with IAO buyers paying BTC for OMC, while swappers turn in an obsolete currency for OMC. I also understand that there are many worried about buyers dumping at bargain prices once OMC hits exchanges. I would like to note that I own more than 50% of the BXT in the swap address, and around 80% of the DCRE in the swap address. I soaked up a lot of the dumps on exchanges to keep the swap rate fairly reasonable. Hopefully this will ease some of your worries. The OMC I own from the swap will be my personal stake and incentive for working on this asset. You need not worry about them hitting the market. I will not be taking dividends on my stake in OMC.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 16, 2016, 07:47:26 AM
I stand by a standard that I leave none of my projects behind. Therefore, I decided to end development of DCRE and BXT, and in turn, allow a swap.

I understand many of your worries about speculative unfairness involved with IAO buyers paying BTC for OMC, while swappers turn in an obsolete currency for OMC. I also understand that there are many worried about buyers dumping at bargain prices once OMC hits exchanges. I would like to note that I own more than 50% of the BXT in the swap address, and around 80% of the DCRE in the swap address. I soaked up a lot of the dumps on exchanges to keep the swap rate fairly reasonable. Hopefully this will ease some of your worries. The OMC I own from the swap will be my personal stake and incentive for working on this asset. You need not worry about them hitting the market. I will not be taking dividends on my stake in OMC.

Ok. Thanks for clarifying that up. I'll buy that.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: ChronoLite on September 16, 2016, 08:14:54 AM
The omicron have any bounty?
Yes , there are translation and signature campaign .

~snipped~
Hmm , nice explanation . You always clarifying about your problem and update and keep transparent about the progress. I think i'll buy some.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: mummybtc on September 16, 2016, 08:47:05 AM
I'm really concern with the low funding for this project so far and I think they did well with their marketing considering the level of funding raised so far, my real concern is that this project seems similar to ICONOMI maybe there is little differentiation or so but 44btc make me worry on how they are going to implement their vision for the project, I hope things turn out to be great.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Darwin02 on September 16, 2016, 10:21:28 AM
I'm really concern with the low funding for this project so far and I think they did well with their marketing considering the level of funding raised so far, my real concern is that this project seems similar to ICONOMI maybe there is little differentiation or so but 44btc make me worry on how they are going to implement their vision for the project, I hope things turn out to be great.
Gladimor already said do not be worry. This IA0 is still in  early stage we don't know what will happen but we believe it will be successful, someday we still have time to wait.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 16, 2016, 03:56:12 PM
44.86579829 BTC raised so far, ~ 1 day and 11 hours left for crowdsale!
(It will end on September 17, 10 PM EST after a period of 2 weeks)
http://time.is/EST

See:
https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW
http://delta.investments/iao/



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: sukamasoto on September 16, 2016, 03:56:22 PM
I stand by a standard that I leave none of my projects behind. Therefore, I decided to end development of DCRE and BXT, and in turn, allow a swap.

I understand many of your worries about speculative unfairness involved with IAO buyers paying BTC for OMC, while swappers turn in an obsolete currency for OMC. I also understand that there are many worried about buyers dumping at bargain prices once OMC hits exchanges. I would like to note that I own more than 50% of the BXT in the swap address, and around 80% of the DCRE in the swap address. I soaked up a lot of the dumps on exchanges to keep the swap rate fairly reasonable. Hopefully this will ease some of your worries. The OMC I own from the swap will be my personal stake and incentive for working on this asset. You need not worry about them hitting the market. I will not be taking dividends on my stake in OMC.

This will help me to keep focus on this project. My friend seems interest with this project since I told them about it

I'm really concern with the low funding for this project so far and I think they did well with their marketing considering the level of funding raised so far, my real concern is that this project seems similar to ICONOMI maybe there is little differentiation or so but 44btc make me worry on how they are going to implement their vision for the project, I hope things turn out to be great.

This will be different compare iconomi project ... I can feel it...


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: geopolisch on September 16, 2016, 05:23:19 PM
I'm really concern with the low funding for this project so far and I think they did well with their marketing considering the level of funding raised so far, my real concern is that this project seems similar to ICONOMI maybe there is little differentiation or so but 44btc make me worry on how they are going to implement their vision for the project, I hope things turn out to be great.
do you think it is because of op's past? he have negative feedback for running ponzi scheme. this could be a reason why users not interested enough..
this project hopefully a legit one.. now lets see how these guys will manage this.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: someone111 on September 16, 2016, 06:01:52 PM
I'm really concern with the low funding for this project so far and I think they did well with their marketing considering the level of funding raised so far, my real concern is that this project seems similar to ICONOMI maybe there is little differentiation or so but 44btc make me worry on how they are going to implement their vision for the project, I hope things turn out to be great.
do you think it is because of op's past? he have negative feedback for running ponzi scheme. this could be a reason why users not interested enough..
It was not a ponzi or even if it was: 0 people reported being scammed! So no harm was done. My full research and debunking of this can be found here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236976.msg16127041#msg16127041

Needless to say, a scam free past is a good indicator, but not a guarantee nothing will go wrong. I personally took the risk.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Den821 on September 16, 2016, 11:46:18 PM

.....through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields....The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest...IAO funds are invested into loan features as well as altcoin trading.

In which Altcoins will the IAO Funds be invested/ and funds will be traded? Any detailed information?
Interesting project *watch*

Good luck!

-Den


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Altcoin11 on September 17, 2016, 12:55:29 AM

.....through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields....The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest...IAO funds are invested into loan features as well as altcoin trading.

In which Altcoins will the IAO Funds be invested/ and funds will be traded? Any detailed information?
Interesting project *watch*

Good luck!

-Den

This is the worst possible question that you can ask in speculative altcoin trading scene. People who know how to make money in this market will not tell you how they do it and the people who will answer you will just suggest that you buy the coin they hold and they are known as shills.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Obscurium on September 17, 2016, 01:06:20 AM
Hey dev, I sent you a PM, check it! ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Lion BItcoin Shop on September 17, 2016, 02:13:24 AM
wow someone invest 30btc :O
https://blockchain.info/tx/e7754841433e7a717bcd2be9804a7d2e77aa5f966d8850305f788c1a0506667f


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: 1btcdream on September 17, 2016, 02:22:24 AM
wow someone invest 30btc :O
https://blockchain.info/tx/e7754841433e7a717bcd2be9804a7d2e77aa5f966d8850305f788c1a0506667f

Well that's awesome. Omicron crowdfunding doing great!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Thefrolly on September 17, 2016, 07:48:44 AM
final countdown boys, are you rdy


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: tallrichcute on September 17, 2016, 07:50:29 AM
wow someone invest 30btc :O
https://blockchain.info/tx/e7754841433e7a717bcd2be9804a7d2e77aa5f966d8850305f788c1a0506667f

The whale is coming, I wish this project good luck. Now 45 btc funded. Very potential one.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: uncaer9 on September 17, 2016, 11:52:31 AM
seem very interesting hope the dev will release the gifthub after omicron officially launched..
any officially news from exchanger will add it ?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: Cryptco on September 17, 2016, 11:59:05 AM

.....through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields....The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest...IAO funds are invested into loan features as well as altcoin trading.

In which Altcoins will the IAO Funds be invested/ and funds will be traded? Any detailed information?
Interesting project *watch*

Good luck!

-Den


Devs evidence of some of his better trades:

Some people needed evidence of some of my better trades, so here they are a couple. There are a lot more, but I am not going to post them.




Radium: One of my better investments. Avg entry price was like 5K sats, average exit price was 75k sats. A little too earlier, but I needed the BTC for margin trading. The reason why you see more sells than buys in the Polo summary is that I was depositing coins (avg 5K entry) and selling them. If there is any doubt about the 5K entry price, please take a look at the datestamp of my withdrawals. My actual profit was more like 150 BTC on Polo (less than what is mentioned in the picture), with some more from Bittrex as well.

http://i.imgur.com/twpBvie.png

http://i.imgur.com/Idx9Nz3.png



The early summer month of ETH trading, when the rally was still going strong. You see more sells than buys because I had a short position open somewhere during the timeframe that I didn't close:

http://i.imgur.com/MqbvmyR.png


XMR trading summer, so sad I couldn't take advantage over it more since it actually is my favourite altcoin...

http://i.imgur.com/T7orKzg.png


Quote
Altcoin trading is much higher risk, but the yields are vastly increased. Primarily, investments will be made into new coin launches as many have statistically proven to yield returns greater than mining costs upon exchange listing. Main altcoin trading will be done on high volume/liquidity exchanges, such as Poloniex. Margin trading will be engaged when necessary. Every 2 weeks, a report will be generated for the community to prove that revenue is generated from real sources and show solvency. 1 Omicron is equal to 0.00001% of the revenue payout. Payouts will be sent to registered addresses with a 10,000 OMC minimum, on a biweekly basis. Any remaining funds from unregistered OMC addresses will be reinvested into the IAO fund, and a portion is paid to the fund manager as an incentive.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 17, 2016, 06:22:15 PM
Sent some more btc to have 10,000 omc ready when we fire this thing up. I know Gladimor's trading skill and I've never witnessed any loss following his suggestions. I think we are looking to a possibly 2-3 months ROI at most with profit shares and we will have our 10,000 omc that we will probably be able to sell above ICO price anytime. I remember how everyone was spektical about delta ico and than regretted it hard, I mean, very hard. Can't wait for a better one. ;)

I invite everyone invested in the IAO to slack to have chat for the future. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: markus124 on September 17, 2016, 07:14:56 PM
Less than 8 hours left. When the wallet is going to be ready?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: ozgr on September 17, 2016, 07:27:19 PM
https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW  :o
Wow a last minute huge investment. 74 freaking btc. Finally a smart whale saw the great oppurtunity in this coin. I'm pretty sure this will be the star of all ICOs this year. People will race to buy it as soon as it hits exchange.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: markus124 on September 17, 2016, 08:21:06 PM
https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW  :o
Wow a last minute huge investment. 74 freaking btc. Finally a smart whale saw the great oppurtunity in this coin. I'm pretty sure this will be the star of all ICOs this year. People will race to buy it as soon as it hits exchange.

That's going to give this coin some good liquidity and volume in the exchanges.  ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: drays on September 17, 2016, 10:03:05 PM
I invite everyone invested in the IAO to slack to have chat for the future. ;)

What is good about that 'Slack' thing? I don't really get why people like to use it. I have tried it one-two times, and disliked it very much - especially due to slow interface, and messy communication style. Why not to communicate here on forum?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 43 BTC raised, 2 days left for crowdsale!
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 17, 2016, 10:09:56 PM
I invite everyone invested in the IAO to slack to have chat for the future. ;)

What is good about that 'Slack' thing? I don't really get why people like to use it. I have tried it one-two times, and disliked it very much - especially due to slow interface, and messy communication style. Why not to communicate here on forum?


Its more intimate to talk with all investors via chatting. Forum is slow for instant chatting, as you all know. With slack we can have more direct and instant communication and form a community. Almost every community has a solid slack. Come to our slack and lets talk. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 100+BTC raised, 5 mins left for crowdsale!
Post by: Gladimor on September 18, 2016, 01:56:15 AM
5 minutes remaining in the IAO.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 100+BTC raised, 5 mins left for crowdsale!
Post by: fitraok09 on September 18, 2016, 02:24:51 AM
5 minutes remaining in the IAO.

5 minutes remaining  ???
is there not an extra time?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 100+BTC raised, 5 mins left for crowdsale!
Post by: shapeshiftscam on September 18, 2016, 02:41:21 AM
120 btc, legit project will get their shares, congrats OP, next step, when will distribute the tokens?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 100+BTC raised, 5 mins left for crowdsale!
Post by: lucky80 on September 18, 2016, 02:46:23 AM
5 minutes remaining in the IAO.

Congratulations Sir ....i hope this project will run smooth


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 100+BTC raised, 5 mins left for crowdsale!
Post by: Gladimor on September 18, 2016, 03:14:57 AM
Wallets and source will be released within the hour. Transfers to users from both the swap and IAO will be made over the course of the next 24 hours.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 18, 2016, 03:33:15 AM

http://i.imgur.com/AP05gh4.png

Wallets and Source

http://i.imgur.com/TQjqhr5.png (https://mega.nz/#!1F13hZaT!Rq71lNT0tQWHo-wJmY71t9SvVcIWAHnsNsFLRs6t5xk)                            https://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/simple-icons/1024/github-1024-black.png (https://github.com/Gladimor/Omicron-Investment-Platform)


Official OMC Nodes

New York (Seednode, don't need to add): 104.131.60.172

London: 138.68.148.172

Singapore: 139.59.228.205

Frankfurt: 46.101.167.84

San Fransisco: 107.170.221.177



Linux compilation instructions can be found in README.md


http://i.imgur.com/xyxbpFv.png










Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 18, 2016, 03:46:54 AM
Swap and IAO participants are required to message me with the your OMC address and details of your swap/deposit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 18, 2016, 04:18:07 AM
I added the nodes and i downloaded 100 blocks of the chain but it still saying "out of sync". Anyone else having this problem? I deleted the appdata file and restarted again but still "out of sync". In what block we are? Im stuck in 100.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Jayseedubya on September 18, 2016, 04:51:43 AM
Swap and IAO participants are required to message me with the your OMC address and details of your swap/deposit.
To swap/IAO participants: message me your OMC address AND the details of your swap/purchase.


http://i.imgur.com/LVVlNrV.png

www.delta.investments

Please message me your email for a Slack Invitation.


Find more information on the Signature Campaign here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605301.new#new).

Funding has ended with 121 BTC raised.

What is Omicron?

Omicron (OMC) is a digital blockchain-based asset that accrues interest through two mechanisms: minting and BTC dividends. It is the first step towards having an unbanked investment world where an independent digital currency asset yields returns in an alternate medium of exchange. OMC plans to be a major inflation and investment vehicle for the cryptocurrency community as well as various brick-and-mortar entities.


Taking the first step towards an unbanked society

The core principle of Omicron's investment platform is to allow investors to own a digital asset that adds value to itself- just like shares in a dividend-issuing company. Easily transferable for a quick turnover without the need of intermediary brokers, the OMC asset will be the choice dividend vehicle for investors around the globe. Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.


How are BTC dividend-yields accrued and issued?

BTC dividends will be funded every 2 weeks through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields. A BTC address must be associated with the OMC address, which will be done through the main website, and soon through the Omicron client itself.

http://i.imgur.com/lphsTdd.png


Transparency and Solvency

Trust is a major issue in the unregulated industry that cryptocurrency is. The Omicron investment platform will prove solvency biweekly, by revealing copies of trading summaries, balance statements, and further evidence that OMC is solvent and paying from revenue, not from capital. Independent audits by high profile members of the Bitcoin community will be allowed every 2-3 months to make sure that data provided biweekly is accurate and not forged or modified in any way.


Quick turnover and a market

Omicron will be the first dividend-issuing asset that will be able to be traded on popular cryptocurrency exchanges. The quick turn over on exchanges will make OMC a superior investment vehicle than any existing dividend-issuing company today. Issuing dividends at a faster rate than most businesses, the market will be fast paced and a choice asset to trade as daytraders make their moves on dividend performance. As OMC adds value to itself through continuous dividend payouts, long term holders of the asset will experience a steady increase to the value of their investment as well as pocketing biweekly revenue.


Prospectus

A copy of the general summary of the Prospectus can be found here (http://delta.investments/prospectus/).


Funding

Omicron will undergo a round of funding up to a maximum of 1,116 BTC. At a base price of 0.00012000 BTC per asset, 9,300,000 Omicron will be available to purchase through the main website with discount tiers available for the first 9 days of the 2-week Initial Asset Offering. More details can be found on the website: www.delta.investments (http://www.delta.investments).


Technical specifications

Omicron will be a blockchain based asset, and a clone of Bitcoin. Minting through the wallet will yield 5%/annum, compounding on a daily basis. The clients that will be released on Sept 17 will have a fresh overhaul to the interface, and there will be future modifications to add simplicity to OMC-BTC address linkage and addtional add-ons. Fullstack developers will be paid and employed to implement said features. The main focus of Omicron is to provide a suitable and superior investment vehicle than dividend-issuing companies. With this in mind, there will be no brand new technical developments made for OMC. Modifications will be ported from other cryptocurrency clients to keep OMC top of the line.

Code:
64 second block spacing
3 confirmations required for TXs
3 hours for interest generation
~2,000,000 supply (~8,000,000 locked)
5% interest/annum


Wallets and Source

http://i.imgur.com/TQjqhr5.png (https://mega.nz/#!1F13hZaT!Rq71lNT0tQWHo-wJmY71t9SvVcIWAHnsNsFLRs6t5xk)                            https://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/simple-icons/1024/github-1024-black.png (https://github.com/Gladimor/Omicron-Investment-Platform)


Official OMC Nodes

New York (Seednode, don't need to add): 104.131.60.172

London: 138.68.148.172

Singapore: 139.59.228.205

Frankfurt: 46.101.167.84

San Fransisco: 107.170.221.177


Translations

Indonesian (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604522.msg16107774#msg16107774)
Turkish (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605913.0)
Chinese (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605628)
Greek (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606190.msg16125901#msg16125901)
Portuguese (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606286.0)
German (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608173.msg16148819#msg16148819)
Filipino (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608214.new#new)
Italian (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1610686)


Other links

http://[Suspicious link removed]/forum/index.php?topic=10020.new#new
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/49597-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
http://altcointalk.org/index.php/topic,681.new.html#new
https://allcryptotalk.com/index.php?/topic/2958-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
http://scforum.info/index.php?topic=11871.new#new
https://thealtcoinboard.com/index.php?topic=557.new#new
http://cryptos.us/forum/announcements/255-omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency
https://forum.bitcoin.com/alternative-cryptocurrencies-altcoins/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency-t10328.html
http://bitbiz.io/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1736/
http://cryptomoms.com/forum/announcements/18/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/1457/
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/820
http://antibitcointalk.com/index.php/topic,878.0.html
http://cryptoscene.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1057/
http://doges.org/v-cryptocurrency/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/
https://bitcoinforum.com/alternative-cryptocurrencies/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/new/#new
http://www.bitcointrading.com/forum/other-digital-currencies/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency/new/#new
http://cryptohub.site/index.php/topic,792.0.html
http://colossuscointalk.org/index.php?topic=1258.0
https://www.quarktalk.cc/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1609/
https://www.bigbitforum.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.749/
http://btc-eth.community/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.369/
http://metabtc.com/threads/omicron-investment-platform-cryptocurrency.1127/


Additional details

There is additional details on the IAO of Omicron, such as fund manager information, further explanations, and an IAO purchase page. Please visit www.delta.investments (http://www.delta.investments) for more details. The full prospectus will be available on the 3rd of September.


Kindest regards,
Adam Trat
Founder and fund manager

https://g.twimg.com/Twitter_logo_blue.png (https://twitter.com/gladimorcrypto)

Official IAO Address: 18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW (https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW)
Old IAO Address: 1E2b2ZGKrKLBnbUmc5eqZYfazsqGPhLKye




Newbie to this. Gladimor I have contributed to iao and now I don't know what to do next as far as wallet address. I messaged you to see the next steps in this process.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: gordob on September 18, 2016, 05:49:37 AM
I added the nodes and i downloaded 100 blocks of the chain but it still saying "out of sync". Anyone else having this problem? I deleted the appdata file and restarted again but still "out of sync". In what block we are? Im stuck in 100.

I am also stuck on 100! How do i add the other seed nodes?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: jwiz168 on September 18, 2016, 06:19:30 AM
I think I just FOMO on this great project .  :-[


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Yutikas_11920 on September 18, 2016, 10:22:07 AM
I think I just FOMO on this great project .  :-[

AHHA moment, why do you say like that ..?? . This project was created to help all people and will definitely give you a pretty good effect, if we can follow all the instructions given. So do your best, don't despair, ever. I am sure the OMICRON is a very good project for growth cryptocurrency


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Babayega31 on September 18, 2016, 12:03:19 PM
I think I just FOMO on this great project .  :-[

AHHA moment, why do you say like that ..?? . This project was created to help all people and will definitely give you a pretty good effect, if we can follow all the instructions given. So do your best, don't despair, ever. I am sure the OMICRON is a very good project for growth cryptocurrency
Yes this project definitely good and we all know that Omicron is have a good project. And the dev he did his best to omicron to further improve it put in order before it is released . So we support it to bring it into exchanger . And the whole team of omicron good luck to all .


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 18, 2016, 12:37:32 PM
I think I just FOMO on this great project .  :-[
Well, it was said that the remaining coins stay available for further investors but for a less good price. I suppose higher than market price with a quite high minimum order volume but usually still cheaper than buying bulk worth several BTCs at the markets in short order. So you could PM Gladimor to cut an investment deal before we hit exchanges. You probably would still get a better price and the coin a bigger investment pool, sounds win-win to me. :)

Edit: In my case I wish I had managed to keep a decent reserve to invest in good things for once but instead it's something more like pocket change. Guess I'll have to get what I can once I free up more funds on the market, as usual, missing out on the really good prices.  ::)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Bonzai on September 18, 2016, 12:45:32 PM
I added the nodes and i downloaded 100 blocks of the chain but it still saying "out of sync". Anyone else having this problem? I deleted the appdata file and restarted again but still "out of sync". In what block we are? Im stuck in 100.

I am also stuck on 100! How do i add the other seed nodes?

Just wait. Gladimor will take care of it when he came online.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: thend1949 on September 18, 2016, 02:34:14 PM
I added the nodes and i downloaded 100 blocks of the chain but it still saying "out of sync". Anyone else having this problem? I deleted the appdata file and restarted again but still "out of sync". In what block we are? Im stuck in 100.

I am also stuck on 100! How do i add the other seed nodes?

Just wait. Gladimor will take care of it when he came online.
Bro this is my problem too, I was stock on 100 too but , I tried to find a way but i cant. Im hoping that Gladimor will fix this when he see this.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on September 18, 2016, 02:43:44 PM
same with me


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 18, 2016, 05:13:19 PM
Chill guys, Gladimor is in US timezone. He'll soon come and fix the issue. Even tho with this minor bug, its good see sooo many active connections to the network. At least we have hungry people who are waiting to stake their coins right away! Join us on slack for further questions!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 18, 2016, 05:26:58 PM
I added the nodes and i downloaded 100 blocks of the chain but it still saying "out of sync". Anyone else having this problem? I deleted the appdata file and restarted again but still "out of sync". In what block we are? Im stuck in 100.

I am also stuck on 100! How do i add the other seed nodes?

Just wait. Gladimor will take care of it when he came online.
Bro this is my problem too, I was stock on 100 too but , I tried to find a way but i cant. Im hoping that Gladimor will fix this when he see this.

Stuck on Block 100, too

getinfo
Code:
{
"version" : "v1.0.0.0-g32a928e",
"protocolversion" : 60013,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 0.00000000,
"newmint" : 0.00000000,
"stake" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 100,
"timeoffset" : 0,
"moneysupply" : 10044284.00000000,
"connections" : 6,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : {
"proof-of-work" : 0.00649901,
"proof-of-stake" : 0.00024414
},
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1474194068,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"mininput" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 18, 2016, 07:18:37 PM
would be nice to have
the RPC port (default) and
P2P port (default)
respectively the Omicron.conf file


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 18, 2016, 07:52:25 PM
I added the nodes and i downloaded 100 blocks of the chain but it still saying "out of sync". Anyone else having this problem? I deleted the appdata file and restarted again but still "out of sync". In what block we are? Im stuck in 100.

I am also stuck on 100! How do i add the other seed nodes?

Just wait. Gladimor will take care of it when he came online.
Bro this is my problem too, I was stock on 100 too but , I tried to find a way but i cant. Im hoping that Gladimor will fix this when he see this.

The chain itself is stuck on block 100 now. But this is not a problem at all, just Gladimor needs to open his wallet and stake. He is the only one who has coins currently, so only he can move the network, until others have their coins and can stake. Its ok, guys, lets just wait for Gladimor :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 18, 2016, 07:54:22 PM
Chill guys, Gladimor is in US timezone. He'll soon come and fix the issue. Even tho with this minor bug, its good see sooo many active connections to the network. At least we have hungry people who are waiting to stake their coins right away! Join us on slack for further questions!

Isn't he in the uk (timezone) now?

edit:yeah, lets just wait and see. PoS will move this brilliant.
the Wallet looks amazing, love it!
http://i.imgur.com/jqRm3MP.jpg
Coin Control features are great!(experts only!)
enable: >Settings>Options>Display>Display coin control features (experts only!)
http://i.imgur.com/GNPBEbL.jpg


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 18, 2016, 10:19:11 PM
Welcome back Gladimor. Ive sent you my tx details and wallet address. Hope we get this hidden gem moving tonight. We already have a lot of wallets connected to the network, ready to be fired up. Cant wait to start stacking.

Also what is your plan with transparency of usage of funds? Im sure you wont be giving away exact details but are you going to update us with what percantage funds are divided into trading, lending, margin trading etc?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 18, 2016, 11:01:59 PM
Looking into the issues now. Best case scenario: chain gets moving within the next 3 hours. Worst case scenario: re-release of windows wallets (5 hours).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 18, 2016, 11:56:08 PM
Worst case scenario: re-release of windows wallets (5 hours).
Please also don't forget updated linux sources on github.  :)

I wouldn't want to have some Windows computer run all the time hence I am looking forward for staking on my rasberry.

Only windows users here?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 12:01:54 AM
Worst case scenario: re-release of windows wallets (5 hours).
Please also don't forget updated linux sources on github.  :)

I wouldn't want to have some Windows computer run all the time hence I am looking forward for staking on my rasberry.

Only windows users here?

Of course, Github will be updated as well. All users will be required to re-submit their addresses after fresh wallets are up.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: cryptodv on September 19, 2016, 12:37:04 AM
Hey Gladimor, what is the ETA for the Mac Wallet? Thanks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 02:03:10 AM
Hey Gladimor, what is the ETA for the Mac Wallet? Thanks.

Within 2 days of the new source being up. I have no experience with mac, so it is all up to the guy I'm paying to compile it.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 02:08:16 AM
After distribution, the entire remaining premine will be consolidated in a single address for transparency.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: ronoa on September 19, 2016, 02:26:31 AM
After distribution, the entire remaining premine will be consolidated in a single address for transparency.

Sounds reasonable I absolutely support it.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 02:35:35 AM
Wallet update is finished, just updating all official nodes before releasing source/wallets.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: cryptodv on September 19, 2016, 03:11:09 AM
Hey Gladimor, what is the ETA for the Mac Wallet? Thanks.

Within 2 days of the new source being up. I have no experience with mac, so it is all up to the guy I'm paying to compile it.

Ok, thanks!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 03:55:28 AM
Fixed syncing issues, all users are required to delete all data in the Omicron Roaming directory and download fresh wallets.


http://i.imgur.com/AP05gh4.png

Wallets and Source

http://i.imgur.com/TQjqhr5.png (https://mega.nz/#!kMNwWRDR!BnDRz7fHBp971PLL_JLSv3f04IRNdoBtpEMR2bLKmLo)                            https://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/simple-icons/1024/github-1024-black.png (https://github.com/Gladimor/Omicron-Investment-Platform)


Official OMC Nodes

Toronto (Seednode, don't need to add): 159.203.62.235

London: 138.68.148.172

Singapore: 139.59.228.205

Frankfurt: 46.101.167.84

San Fransisco: 107.170.221.177



Linux compilation instructions can be found in README.md











Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 19, 2016, 04:41:53 AM
Now i connected and i sent a pm to get the omicron coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 19, 2016, 05:10:56 AM
I'm out of sync again. Don't send the coins please. Anyone else can't sync?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 05:24:24 AM
I'm out of sync again. Don't send the coins please. Anyone else can't sync?

None of my machines running the OMC client seem to be having syncing issues. Have you deleted the old roaming folder?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 19, 2016, 05:30:15 AM
I'm out of sync again. Don't send the coins please. Anyone else can't sync?

None of my machines running the OMC client seem to be having syncing issues. Have you deleted the old roaming folder?

Working again. Thanks. I can recieve the coins now.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 05:44:33 AM
I'll start sending out OMC once half of the addresses of all investors have been sent to me.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: gordob on September 19, 2016, 06:17:37 AM
I'm out of sync again. Don't send the coins please. Anyone else can't sync?

None of my machines running the OMC client seem to be having syncing issues. Have you deleted the old roaming folder?

Probably a good idea NOT to delete the wallet.dat in the roaming folder )

How does one add more peers?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 19, 2016, 06:44:57 AM
I'm out of sync again. Don't send the coins please. Anyone else can't sync?

None of my machines running the OMC client seem to be having syncing issues. Have you deleted the old roaming folder?

Probably a good idea NOT to delete the wallet.dat in the roaming folder )

How does one add more peers?



Deleting the wallet.dat is necessary because I decided to relaunch with a fresh chain.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 19, 2016, 06:47:52 AM
I'm out of sync again. Don't send the coins please. Anyone else can't sync?

None of my machines running the OMC client seem to be having syncing issues. Have you deleted the old roaming folder?

Probably a good idea NOT to delete the wallet.dat in the roaming folder )

How does one add more peers?


Done and updated.

getinfo
Code:
{
"version" : "v1.0.0.0-g32a928e",
"protocolversion" : 60013,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 0.00000000,
"newmint" : 0.00000000,
"stake" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 128,
"timeoffset" : 0,
"moneysupply" : 10012700.00000000,
"connections" : 4,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : {
"proof-of-work" : 0.00474269,
"proof-of-stake" : 0.00024414
},
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1474194069,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"mininput" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}


getpeerinfo
Code:
"addr" : "159.203.62.235:8519",
"addr" : "107.170.221.177:8519"
"addr" : "95.211.57.108:8519",
"addr" : "46.101.167.84:8519",
"addr" : "186.19.159.189:8519",



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 19, 2016, 11:36:19 AM
Ok i have the coins in the wallet. Thanks Gladimor.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: ChronoLite on September 19, 2016, 11:54:34 AM
~snipped~
Well , thanks for resolving the issue . Ok , let's see about this fresh wallet hope don't have any problem in the future.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Babayega31 on September 19, 2016, 02:06:05 PM
I'll start sending out OMC once half of the addresses of all investors have been sent to me.
I'm happy for there to not be afraid and scared investors because there was a problem with the wallet . Thank you updating us . And not once prevented the failure of the wallet . The issue that will sure that the speed of action of dev.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 19, 2016, 04:43:42 PM
I guess you are not to blame, Gladimor, but your dev is. Did he have such strong confidence in creating a custom coin, that he skipped actually running a testnet beforehand?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 19, 2016, 05:08:32 PM
The new wallet is running fine and i already stake some coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 19, 2016, 05:10:23 PM
I forgot to say but since bittrex is delisting alot of coins in a few days. Its going to be easier to get listed there. They are searching for new coins, devs and communities to add to their exchange.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 19, 2016, 05:53:24 PM
My wallet is running smoothly with a lot of nodes (9+)


getpeerinfo
Code:
"addr" : "68.168.161.233:8519",
"addr" : "46.101.167.84:8519",
"addr" : "95.211.57.108:8519",
"addr" : "107.170.221.177:8519",
"addr" : "159.203.62.235:8519",
"addr" : "138.68.148.172:8519",
"addr" : "139.59.228.205:8519",
"addr" : "186.19.159.189:8519",
"addr" : "92.229.253.22:8519",


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Mallyx on September 19, 2016, 07:13:09 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Vikingr on September 19, 2016, 07:33:40 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)

With that much amount of bitcoin I think the amount of satoshis becomes negligible, In the title of the thread it is given because only to show the estimation. By the way it is enough to know that 121 BTC has been raised.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Altcoin11 on September 19, 2016, 07:38:38 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)
12099935676 https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW (https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: YoBit on September 19, 2016, 08:31:09 PM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 19, 2016, 08:47:50 PM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/


That was fast.
I'm not sure if the Dev wants it listed on Yobit first.
Would be better to get it to bittrex.
And Polo- for sure.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Mallyx on September 19, 2016, 09:15:27 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)

With that much amount of bitcoin I think the amount of satoshis becomes negligible, In the title of the thread it is given because only to show the estimation. By the way it is enough to know that 121 BTC has been raised.

I would my website to be the most accurate, that's why I'm asking.

Quote
12099935676 https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW (https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW)
Great, thank you !
It's indeed very close to the 121 BTC !


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: betlord90 on September 19, 2016, 10:17:29 PM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/
Wow that really great and very fast that OMC listed in yobit great job for omicron dev because in short time his coin listed in yobit. Unlike other coins need to wait several months before they release it to the trading platform. OMC is very fast to get release in yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 19, 2016, 10:42:22 PM
Came home and noticed I received the coins and they already started to stake as well. Thanks Gladimor. :)

Nice Yobit, that was quick indeed.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Darwin02 on September 20, 2016, 01:36:15 AM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/
Wow that really great and very fast that OMC listed in yobit great job for omicron dev because in short time his coin listed in yobit. Unlike other coins need to wait several months before they release it to the trading platform. OMC is very fast to get release in yobit.
Wow glad to know that it's already listed in exchanger but I hate yobit I wish it will be listed in other exchange too  c-cex or bittrex will be great if it's listed there too.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: stadus on September 20, 2016, 02:45:13 AM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/
Wow that really great and very fast that OMC listed in yobit great job for omicron dev because in short time his coin listed in yobit. Unlike other coins need to wait several months before they release it to the trading platform. OMC is very fast to get release in yobit.
Wow glad to know that it's already listed in exchanger but I hate yobit I wish it will be listed in other exchange too  c-cex or bittrex will be great if it's listed there too.
I like the price of OMICRON, seems classy in my eyes, I think I am gonna add up on my investment as it was already listed in yobit. Really fast and I like the developers doing, they are not making their investors down. Good luck to his coin, and may it progress fast.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: agamasrori on September 20, 2016, 04:49:38 AM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/
Wow that really great and very fast that OMC listed in yobit great job for omicron dev because in short time his coin listed in yobit. Unlike other coins need to wait several months before they release it to the trading platform. OMC is very fast to get release in yobit.
Wow glad to know that it's already listed in exchanger but I hate yobit I wish it will be listed in other exchange too  c-cex or bittrex will be great if it's listed there too.
I like the price of OMICRON, seems classy in my eyes, I think I am gonna add up on my investment as it was already listed in yobit. Really fast and I like the developers doing, they are not making their investors down. Good luck to his coin, and may it progress fast.
Yes I am agree with you. omicron Developer was doing a good strategy. they doing step by step to make omicron value is up. omicron developer is a good business partner for omicron investor. it seems omicron have a good future. omicron share holder was make a right choice to make investment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: agamasrori on September 20, 2016, 05:05:52 AM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/
Wow that really great and very fast that OMC listed in yobit great job for omicron dev because in short time his coin listed in yobit. Unlike other coins need to wait several months before they release it to the trading platform. OMC is very fast to get release in yobit.
Wow glad to know that it's already listed in exchanger but I hate yobit I wish it will be listed in other exchange too  c-cex or bittrex will be great if it's listed there too.
Yeah I am glad too. listed in many exchanger is good for omicron spreading. I usualy do trading in poloniex, I just like the poloniex user interface. I hope omicron will listed in poloniex too. Some coin price was grew up significantly after listed in popular exchanger like poloniex.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: social crypto comunity on September 20, 2016, 05:09:47 AM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/

good performance dev omricon
after end , direct listed to exchanger
i want to ask how much price early ico in first day


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: social crypto comunity on September 20, 2016, 05:20:45 AM
Wallet update is finished, just updating all official nodes before releasing source/wallets.

like this team dev omicron
very fast responsif and fast create wallet fast distribution
and fast listing to exhanger in yobit


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: andyste on September 20, 2016, 05:42:13 AM
Omicron [OMC] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC

https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC[/img][/url]

Donate OMC coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/

good performance dev omricon
after end , direct listed to exchanger
i want to ask how much price early ico in first day

about price in ico you can read and see in first page, in bay first day can much bonus and discount

Quote
"
Funding
Omicron will undergo a round of funding up to a maximum of 1,116 BTC. At a base price of 0.00012000 BTC per asset, 9,300,000 Omicron will be available to purchase through the main website with discount tiers available for the first 9 days of the 2-week Initial Asset Offering. More details can be found on the website: www.delta.investments. "


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on September 20, 2016, 07:21:25 AM
so, do i need to keep wallet working all the time to get coins from staking?



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 20, 2016, 07:23:46 AM
so, do i need to keep wallet working all the time to get coins from staking?



Yes your wallet needs to running in order to stake. You also have to at least unlock it for staking if you want them to stake.

Fresh good start. I don't like YoBit but creates a chance for those who missed the ICO hop on to the train easily. Any news on Bittrex Gladimor?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: andyste on September 20, 2016, 07:47:12 AM
I think I just FOMO on this great project .  :-[

its true omicron great project
dev fast response, and fast listing to exchanger


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 20, 2016, 07:49:16 AM
Hey everyone,

For people that sent me messages in the past day, there will be a short delay because I am away from my main computer. I have not forgotten about you! OMC will be distributed later on today.

Best,
Adam


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: posternat on September 20, 2016, 03:34:26 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)

Sometimes it feels like info gets lost in these long threads.  Based on the OP, I like the concept, the coin and everything.  I am a little confused on some points, but have some reading to do.  Maybe you can find the answer in the OP thread.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Sweetbtc on September 20, 2016, 07:01:25 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)

Sometimes it feels like info gets lost in these long threads.  Based on the OP, I like the concept, the coin and everything.  I am a little confused on some points, but have some reading to do.  Maybe you can find the answer in the OP thread.

Exactly. I just feel like when the thread is this long that there is some important info deep in the pages that makes the OP obsolete.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: FLoving on September 20, 2016, 08:25:22 PM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)

Sometimes it feels like info gets lost in these long threads.  Based on the OP, I like the concept, the coin and everything.  I am a little confused on some points, but have some reading to do.  Maybe you can find the answer in the OP thread.

Exactly. I just feel like when the thread is this long that there is some important info deep in the pages that makes the OP obsolete.

If you are interested in any project or any thing and are part of it then you will read each and every post of their threat as I am doing in some posts. in that I know we find most important infos which are like life for our knowledge.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Lion BItcoin Shop on September 21, 2016, 01:47:40 AM
i think some whales has been invest at omicron ::)
https://blockchain.info/tx/00ba34c9020df2c252516334c9d8ab9fac1a933dc716c1ff2df422683fb3f599

hope this coin succes :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: stadus on September 21, 2016, 02:20:51 AM
i think some whales has been invest at omicron ::)
https://blockchain.info/tx/00ba34c9020df2c252516334c9d8ab9fac1a933dc716c1ff2df422683fb3f599

hope this coin succes :D
Huge amount, that only prove that this project is legitimate and whales are trusting this to be more successful in the future, I have only invested a little amount but I am still optimistic I can grow this in the future.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: PokerFace3 on September 21, 2016, 06:26:50 AM
i think some whales has been invest at omicron ::)
https://blockchain.info/tx/00ba34c9020df2c252516334c9d8ab9fac1a933dc716c1ff2df422683fb3f599

hope this coin succes :D
Huge amount, that only prove that this project is legitimate and whales are trusting this to be more successful in the future, I have only invested a little amount but I am still optimistic I can grow this in the future.
Same here. I have invested a little amount of bitcoins and hoping much returns from Omicron in long haul. These kind of whales transaction proof are really supporting my decision of having invested here. Other than these, I believed on Omicaron concepts and staking interests for a secure return from this opportunity.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: gordob on September 21, 2016, 06:33:54 AM
Hello,

can you give the exact amount you raised for your ICO ? 121 BTC, but how many satoshies ?

Thanks ;)

https://blockchain.info/address/18o5eSoiDbPS7uD8xVvNovfrrUKnbJwrkW - take a look on the blockchain


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: betlord90 on September 21, 2016, 07:48:31 AM
i think some whales has been invest at omicron ::)
https://blockchain.info/tx/00ba34c9020df2c252516334c9d8ab9fac1a933dc716c1ff2df422683fb3f599

hope this coin succes :D
Huge amount, that only prove that this project is legitimate and whales are trusting this to be more successful in the future, I have only invested a little amount but I am still optimistic I can grow this in the future.
Same here. I have invested a little amount of bitcoins and hoping much returns from Omicron in long haul. These kind of whales transaction proof are really supporting my decision of having invested here. Other than these, I believed on Omicaron concepts and staking interests for a secure return from this opportunity.
Me too i invested a little bit because i know that this coin have a pontential to go up and giving us a good profits. And look up the dev he want his coins can be a popular and do his best to his coin. And omicron is legitimate.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: uncaer9 on September 21, 2016, 09:04:54 AM
hello dev, any roadmap for block explorer and listed at coinmarketcap?
i think it's can help to more people come to invest at omicron


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: cryptospreader on September 21, 2016, 09:30:56 AM
hello dev, any roadmap for block explorer and listed at coinmarketcap?
i think it's can help to more people come to invest at omicron

It looks like the funding has ended and the campaign has raised around 121 btc. As this is the blockchain investment platform, you shouldn't worry about a block explorer.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Yutikas_11920 on September 21, 2016, 01:19:46 PM
hello dev, any roadmap for block explorer and listed at coinmarketcap?
i think it's can help to more people come to invest at omicron

It looks like the funding has ended and the campaign has raised around 121 btc. As this is the blockchain investment platform, you shouldn't worry about a block explorer.

Everyone will surely face where they think of something negative, so it's not something a problem for them if not too deep when taking decisions. This is A decision and if they assume the worse, then I am sure that all of their measures will also be bad. This is not an issue about the strength, length, and length of modern technology. But it's a question how strong we are confident against modern technology this!!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 21, 2016, 01:45:22 PM
hello dev, any roadmap for block explorer and listed at coinmarketcap?
i think it's can help to more people come to invest at omicron

It looks like the funding has ended and the campaign has raised around 121 btc. As this is the blockchain investment platform, you shouldn't worry about a block explorer.

bittoken had a block explorer and it was listed in coinmarket. So, i guess soon we will have both.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 21, 2016, 02:12:47 PM
Is there any place we can see the results of the swap? I mean particularly - how many DCR and BXT have been swapped?
There is a lot about transparency in this project, so I suppose every bit of information should be published.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 21, 2016, 02:14:49 PM
Is there any place we can see the results of the swap? I mean particularly - how many DCR and BXT have been swapped?
There is a lot about transparency in this project, so I suppose every bit of information should be published.


Once everyone has claimed their OMC, all numbers will be made available.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 21, 2016, 02:27:54 PM
Is there any place we can see the results of the swap? I mean particularly - how many DCR and BXT have been swapped?
There is a lot about transparency in this project, so I suppose every bit of information should be published.


Once everyone has claimed their OMC, all numbers will be made available.

No rush needed. We are cool. Im just wondering if the big investors with 30 btc and 74 btc have claimed their coins so far. Who ever they are, they are being silent as of yet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 21, 2016, 03:04:54 PM
Block explorer is now up, hosted by Chainz Cryptoid.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/ (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Mumbeeptind1963 on September 21, 2016, 03:26:10 PM
Block explorer is now up, hosted by Chainz Cryptoid.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/ (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/)
ow thats nice to hear that omc block explorer is now up,Im hoping that this coin will make a great future , like other coins . Im happy that many Big investors are investing in your Great coin


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 21, 2016, 03:37:51 PM
Block explorer is now up, hosted by Chainz Cryptoid.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/ (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/)

Im guessing the 6m wallet is part of the unsold stakes, am I right? In that case the rest of the richlist looks ok, good distrubition for a ico at the beginning. ;)

If my calculations are correct there are around 1m coins sold in the ico and 700,000 swapped. So there should be 1,700,000 OMC in circulation. Please confirm Gladimor.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 21, 2016, 04:15:50 PM
Block explorer is now up, hosted by Chainz Cryptoid.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/ (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/)

Im guessing the 6m wallet is part of the unsold stakes, am I right? In that case the rest of the richlist looks ok, good distrubition for a ico at the beginning. ;)

If my calculations are correct there are around 1m coins sold in the ico and 700,000 swapped. So there should be 1,700,000 OMC in circulation. Please confirm Gladimor.

I'll have final numbers when the distribution is over.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 21, 2016, 04:17:57 PM
What must I do to start staking? I got my OMC today. And left my wallet idle all the time. But do I have to change some setting to move from spendable to stake?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 21, 2016, 04:20:22 PM
What must I do to start staking? I got my OMC today. And left my wallet idle all the time. But do I have to change some setting to move from spendable to stake?

Leave your wallet unlocked, and you should be receiving stakes every 3 hours on average.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: SweFinnish on September 21, 2016, 04:22:36 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 21, 2016, 04:29:02 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on September 21, 2016, 04:45:18 PM
is it safe to stake?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: richmcrich on September 21, 2016, 04:57:04 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Wow, this must be really an amazing news to have. Yobit is one of my more preferred exchange for trading altcoins, so it really good to have Omicron there. Hopefully we will get more such announcements for many other exchanges where Omicron will be listed.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 21, 2016, 05:05:31 PM
Is it okay to use the encrypt wallet function?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: upsidedown75 on September 21, 2016, 05:11:56 PM
Is it okay to use the encrypt wallet function?
I am sure all the default functions are usually inherited to any altcoin wallet regardless of what new features/concepts they are having. Encrypt wallet function must be security related, so removing them has very little chances, still I love to have confirmations from dev.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 21, 2016, 05:49:58 PM
Is it okay to use the encrypt wallet function?

It is perfectly okey. Just keep in mind the fact that you wont be able to stake your coins unless you unlock your wallet for staking atleast or completely unlock it. Other than that, it is always safer to lock your wallet and just unlock with unlock for staking only option.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: cryptodv on September 21, 2016, 05:58:40 PM
Am I the only one who needs a mac wallet? I don't want to delay your distribution process Gladimor.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: geopolisch on September 21, 2016, 06:13:01 PM
Is it okay to use the encrypt wallet function?

It is perfectly okey. Just keep in mind the fact that you wont be able to stake your coins unless you unlock your wallet for staking atleast or completely unlock it. Other than that, it is always safer to lock your wallet and just unlock with unlock for staking only option.
Exactly, for a long term omicron holders who prefers staking for years it must be a good option to have wallet encrypted as using wallet for daily needs will not occur. Like many people in beginning days emphasized, safely protect your encryption password, in long term you may forget even if you believe you are good in long term memory.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 21, 2016, 07:18:11 PM
I want to prevent anyone getting access for a minute to my notebook to transfer my OMC elsewhere. Or me doing it by mistake. So I would like to enter my password before sending a transaction. At the same time I would like to stake for the years to come. So can I encrypt the wallet?

Is it okay to use the encrypt wallet function?

It is perfectly okey. Just keep in mind the fact that you wont be able to stake your coins unless you unlock your wallet for staking atleast or completely unlock it. Other than that, it is always safer to lock your wallet and just unlock with unlock for staking only option.
I am sorry for my newbie question, but it looks like there are like three functions I haven't seen yet. You call these concepts:

- Lock wallet.
- Unlock wallet.
- Unlock wallet for staking only.

It is all related to the encrypt wallet function?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: FLoving on September 21, 2016, 07:25:25 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

Thanks for adding your coin to yobit. It is good news for me I do spend most time on Yobit and because of that for me trading on Yobit is convenient Now I will try to Buy your coins at there and hope it will increase to give me a huge benefit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 21, 2016, 08:03:35 PM
I want to prevent anyone getting access for a minute to my notebook to transfer my OMC elsewhere. Or me doing it by mistake. So I would like to enter my password before sending a transaction. At the same time I would like to stake for the years to come. So can I encrypt the wallet?

Is it okay to use the encrypt wallet function?

It is perfectly okey. Just keep in mind the fact that you wont be able to stake your coins unless you unlock your wallet for staking atleast or completely unlock it. Other than that, it is always safer to lock your wallet and just unlock with unlock for staking only option.
I am sorry for my newbie question, but it looks like there are like three functions I haven't seen yet. You call these concepts:

- Lock wallet.
- Unlock wallet.
- Unlock wallet for staking only.

It is all related to the encrypt wallet function?

Yes it is.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 21, 2016, 08:33:37 PM
- Lock wallet.
- Unlock wallet.
- Unlock wallet for staking only.

It is all related to the encrypt wallet function?

1- open the wallet
2- wait till the "out of sync" message in the top dissapear
3- Go to "settings" and click on "Encrypt wallet" then set a password
4- Now go to "settings" and click on "unlock wallet" and use ur password (keep the "for staking only" thing on)
5- Wait more than 3 hours till u stake some coins

It's a good idea to go to "settings" / "options" / "windows" and click on "minimize on close" (otherwise ur wallet will close everytime u click the x button)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 21, 2016, 08:58:09 PM
I very much appreciate your help, thank you!

Quote
Omicron will close now to finish the encryption process. Remember that encrypting your wallet cannot fully protect your coins from being stolen by malware infecting your computer.

IMPORTANT: Any previous backups you have made of your wallet file should be replaced with the newly generated, encrypted wallet file. For security reasons, previous backups of the unencrypted wallet file will become useless as soon as you start using the new, encrypted wallet.

The last sentence is troubling.

And now after each reboot and/or omicron-qt restart I have to re-enter the password even if I just want to continue staking?

Quote
For security reasons, previous backups of the unencrypted wallet file will become useless as soon as you start using the new, encrypted wallet.

Oh no, I am back to the dark ages of bitcoin-qt. And they still haven't implemented a deterministic wallet where you can just memorize 12 words or so. And there still is no way to disable this stupid change address? I hate the change address. It does not enhance privacy but increases chances to have no proper backup. And this change address cannot be disabled. Right?

omicron-qt somehow comes with just one OMC address by default. While I remember bitcoin-qt to come with several BTC addresses.

No new (change) addresses are automatically created, right? So my previous backups should suffice?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: delliaerd on September 21, 2016, 09:12:30 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Wow, this must be really an amazing news to have. Yobit is one of my more preferred exchange for trading altcoins, so it really good to have Omicron there. Hopefully we will get more such announcements for many other exchanges where Omicron will be listed.

Yobit is one of the most popular exchanger site, yobit have more than 300 coin on thier site it is a good start to markets the new coin. I think while Omicron have good in promoting and marketing, it fluctuations on yobit will very good.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Vikingr on September 21, 2016, 09:22:04 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

That is a good news but I will suggest the developers that they also add their coin to a number of other (bigger) exchanges also. So that the trade will take place on a big scale and with that none of the smaller team will be able to dump the coin. Plus you will get more traders and investors to your coins with more exchanges.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: bestluck on September 21, 2016, 09:41:58 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Wow, this must be really an amazing news to have. Yobit is one of my more preferred exchange for trading altcoins, so it really good to have Omicron there. Hopefully we will get more such announcements for many other exchanges where Omicron will be listed.

Yobit is one of the most popular exchanger site, yobit have more than 300 coin on thier site it is a good start to markets the new coin. I think while Omicron have good in promoting and marketing, it fluctuations on yobit will very good.

You are right advertising is the main tool for the success of any business and we are seeing that the promotion of Omicron is on its peak. People like it more to invest in. On yobit it will have a good fluctuation rates and it will attract investors to invest more and more.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: delliaerd on September 21, 2016, 09:50:36 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
Wow, this must be really an amazing news to have. Yobit is one of my more preferred exchange for trading altcoins, so it really good to have Omicron there. Hopefully we will get more such announcements for many other exchanges where Omicron will be listed.

Yobit is one of the most popular exchanger site, yobit have more than 300 coin on thier site it is a good start to markets the new coin. I think while Omicron have good in promoting and marketing, it fluctuations on yobit will very good.

You are right advertising is the main tool for the success of any business and we are seeing that the promotion of Omicron is on its peak. People like it more to invest in. On yobit it will have a good fluctuation rates and it will attract investors to invest more and more.

After have good achievements on yobit, I prefer to the developer to list omicron in poloniex. I think it is good idea, sir do you think so ?
Although the number of coin in the poloniex is less rather than in yobit but i more spending my spare time to trading in poloniex rather than in yobit Hehe  :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: YTBitcoin on September 21, 2016, 09:51:45 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

I want to know that if I buy OMICRON on Yobit and let them at that exchange then will I be able to get the dividends? How will that work for me if I buy your coins on exchange? Or only the participants of ICO using your older channel will get that benefit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: HeroHesapSatis on September 21, 2016, 10:05:12 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

I want to know that if I buy OMICRON on Yobit and let them at that exchange then will I be able to get the dividends? How will that work for me if I buy your coins on exchange? Or only the participants of ICO using your older channel will get that benefit.

Doesn't matter where you buy them. As long as you are buying them and putting at least 10,000 omc in your wallet and share your BTC address you will be able to get dividends.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 22, 2016, 01:25:49 PM
Part of my balance is in spendable. Another part of my balance is in stake. Numbers change from time to time. Is that normal? Why is that? Any settings?

It's my first staking coin and I can't really see through yet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: sheba on September 22, 2016, 01:33:48 PM
Part of my balance is in spendable. Another part of my balance is in stake. Numbers change from time to time. Is that normal? Why is that? Any settings?

It's my first staking coin and I can't really see through yet.

This is normal. Your coins will stake as they "mature", ie spend enough time in your wallet. When coins are staking, they are securing the network, so you cannot spend the coins that are staking until they become spendable again. And of course, when your coins are staking is when they earn interest as a reward for securing the network.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Mumbeeptind1963 on September 22, 2016, 01:37:22 PM
What must I do to start staking? I got my OMC today. And left my wallet idle all the time. But do I have to change some setting to move from spendable to stake?

Leave your wallet unlocked, and you should be receiving stakes every 3 hours on average.
Thanks i got my OMC too today. And now im started to recieve stakes. Thanks for this active thread. Goodjob OMC the success is yours!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: upsidedown75 on September 22, 2016, 01:40:11 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

That is a good news but I will suggest the developers that they also add their coin to a number of other (bigger) exchanges also. So that the trade will take place on a big scale and with that none of the smaller team will be able to dump the coin. Plus you will get more traders and investors to your coins with more exchanges.
Yes, when we are having more options to trade Omicron it will not get chances to be dumped my any individual trader nor any group of traders. Yes, big scale is always good to have. Hopefully, I like to see Omicron to be listed on Poliniex very soon, I am eagerly waiting for trading there.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: lucky80 on September 22, 2016, 02:26:01 PM
Hello Sir Adam ... Coins Received

Thanks


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 22, 2016, 02:58:35 PM
Part of my balance is in spendable. Another part of my balance is in stake. Numbers change from time to time. Is that normal? Why is that? Any settings?

It's my first staking coin and I can't really see through yet.

This is normal. Your coins will stake as they "mature", ie spend enough time in your wallet. When coins are staking, they are securing the network, so you cannot spend the coins that are staking until they become spendable again. And of course, when your coins are staking is when they earn interest as a reward for securing the network.
Somehow just now all coins moved back to Spendable and 0 remain under Stake. Also normal?

If coins can "mature"... Can they also "unmature"? If I loose connection (24 hour forced disconnect, some ISP issues), will I start over with the process of coin maturing?

Where can I read more about this maturing and staking stuff?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 22, 2016, 03:04:29 PM
Part of my balance is in spendable. Another part of my balance is in stake. Numbers change from time to time. Is that normal? Why is that? Any settings?

It's my first staking coin and I can't really see through yet.

This is normal. Your coins will stake as they "mature", ie spend enough time in your wallet. When coins are staking, they are securing the network, so you cannot spend the coins that are staking until they become spendable again. And of course, when your coins are staking is when they earn interest as a reward for securing the network.
Somehow just now all coins moved back to Spendable and 0 remain under Stake. Also normal?

If coins can "mature"... Can they also "unmature"? If I loose connection (24 hour forced disconnect, some ISP issues), will I start over with the process of coin maturing?

Where can I read more about this maturing and staking stuff?

Yes it is normal. Whenever you receive a stake, your input TX divides by 2, and sent back to spendable once they confirm, and the cycle continues.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 22, 2016, 03:12:52 PM
What algorithm is OMC using?

From which coin source code OMC has been forked?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 22, 2016, 04:52:03 PM
What algorithm is OMC using?

From which coin source code OMC has been forked?

Scrypt mining algorithm, and partial base code of Novacoin//Peercoin//Bitcoin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 22, 2016, 04:52:18 PM
The dividend registration page is up!

http://delta.investments/iao/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: richmcrich on September 22, 2016, 05:30:47 PM
Dear Gladimor,
By any chance, will you be extending your promotion of signature campaign. I am really enjoying my stay here as I do get max rewards for my posting from you and Yahoo very promptly every week. The very sad part here is, only 3 weeks of duration, too short I feel. Requesting to extent this campaign if possible. Thank you.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 22, 2016, 06:06:03 PM
The dividend registration page is up!

http://delta.investments/iao/
The OMC input field is broken.
"Please include and @ in the e-mail address."


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: bestluck on September 22, 2016, 06:37:31 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

That is a good news but I will suggest the developers that they also add their coin to a number of other (bigger) exchanges also. So that the trade will take place on a big scale and with that none of the smaller team will be able to dump the coin. Plus you will get more traders and investors to your coins with more exchanges.
Yes, when we are having more options to trade Omicron it will not get chances to be dumped my any individual trader nor any group of traders. Yes, big scale is always good to have. Hopefully, I like to see Omicron to be listed on Poliniex very soon, I am eagerly waiting for trading there.
I also want this coin  to be in poloniex and bittrex as the trade at there are very good and it will be beneficial for me and for the coin, but at one place I saw a suggestion for a developer that adding coin to exchange before ICO complete is not good as with that the developer lose the control over the price, I think the developer of omicron should have to take it in consideration.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 22, 2016, 06:39:30 PM
The dividend registration page is up!

http://delta.investments/iao/
The OMC input field is broken.
"Please include and @ in the e-mail address."


yeah same goes to me.
email address is required at field "Your OMC address"


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 22, 2016, 06:48:55 PM
The dividend registration page is up!

http://delta.investments/iao/
The OMC input field is broken.
"Please include and @ in the e-mail address."


yeah same goes to me.
email address is required at field "Your OMC address"

Yup, same error. Ive sent the 0.01 omc tho. By the way, is it okey to leave the wallet staking? Since it stakes all the time balance can be seen lower than 10,000 omc time to time.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: PokerFace3 on September 22, 2016, 07:23:06 PM
I also want this coin  to be in poloniex and bittrex as the trade at there are very good and it will be beneficial for me and for the coin, but at one place I saw a suggestion for a developer that adding coin to exchange before ICO complete is not good as with that the developer lose the control over the price, I think the developer of omicron should have to take it in consideration.
But, there is no need to worry about this for a POS altcoins as more people will be preferring to save more amount of Omciron to stake so that they will be gaining more instead of selling off it. I do not find any problems of getting dumped with recent listing out on yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: geopolisch on September 22, 2016, 07:34:53 PM
I also want this coin  to be in poloniex and bittrex as the trade at there are very good and it will be beneficial for me and for the coin, but at one place I saw a suggestion for a developer that adding coin to exchange before ICO complete is not good as with that the developer lose the control over the price, I think the developer of omicron should have to take it in consideration.
But, there is no need to worry about this for a POS altcoins as more people will be preferring to save more amount of Omciron to stake so that they will be gaining more instead of selling off it. I do not find any problems of getting dumped with recent listing out on yobit.
Yes, that is the big advantage of POS over the POW coins, other than wasting lot of resources in mining processes. I strongly believe people will save Omicron for long term as an asset rather targeting to convert it back. As an early investor, I am very much hopeful that I will get more benefits from Omicron for sure.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: ayesha sadiqa on September 22, 2016, 08:20:40 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

That is a good news but I will suggest the developers that they also add their coin to a number of other (bigger) exchanges also. So that the trade will take place on a big scale and with that none of the smaller team will be able to dump the coin. Plus you will get more traders and investors to your coins with more exchanges.
Yes, when we are having more options to trade Omicron it will not get chances to be dumped my any individual trader nor any group of traders. Yes, big scale is always good to have. Hopefully, I like to see Omicron to be listed on Poliniex very soon, I am eagerly waiting for trading there.
I also want this coin  to be in poloniex and bittrex as the trade at there are very good and it will be beneficial for me and for the coin, but at one place I saw a suggestion for a developer that adding coin to exchange before ICO complete is not good as with that the developer lose the control over the price, I think the developer of omicron should have to take it in consideration.
to me adding omicron in poloniex will be a good decision because poloniex is really a good trusted exchange and we can see that so much successive coins are already added here, so we can hope that omicron will be trade in a good way if it added in poloniex.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: ayesha sadiqa on September 22, 2016, 08:43:27 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

Thanks for adding your coin to yobit. It is good news for me I do spend most time on Yobit and because of that for me trading on Yobit is convenient Now I will try to Buy your coins at there and hope it will increase to give me a huge benefit.
so omicron is added in yobit? i have no idea about this, i was thinking that still it is not added in any exchange, hope it will show a good result and will stay in a good price.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: cryptodv on September 22, 2016, 08:53:47 PM
Can't stake yet, no Mac wallet.  :-[


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 22, 2016, 09:50:25 PM
The dividend registration page is up!

http://delta.investments/iao/
The OMC input field is broken.
"Please include and @ in the e-mail address."


yeah same goes to me.
email address is required at field "Your OMC address"

Yup, same error. Ive sent the 0.01 omc tho. By the way, is it okey to leave the wallet staking? Since it stakes all the time balance can be seen lower than 10,000 omc time to time.

The actual balance shown by block explorer is always the same regardless of whether wallet is staking or not. Only the wallet itself locally shows the "balance" and "staking" coins separately. So this should not be a problem. Moreover I suppose those 10,000+ wallets should be left staking all the time, as they are the best candidates for securing the network...

There is one more interesting question - if someone owns 20,000 OMC, is it better for him to register two different addresses with 10,000 OMC each, or he can register a single address with 20,000 OMC and get the same dividents? In other words - are dividend payments equally distributed to each of the registered addresses, or they are distributed according to the number of coins at each address at the moment of dividend payment?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: YTBitcoin on September 22, 2016, 09:53:09 PM
What is next step sir? List this coin on exchanges, and complete the roapmap, is it correct?

Omicron was very recently listed on Yobit, although currently has next to no volume as IAO and swap distribution is halfway through.

https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

I want to know that if I buy OMICRON on Yobit and let them at that exchange then will I be able to get the dividends? How will that work for me if I buy your coins on exchange? Or only the participants of ICO using your older channel will get that benefit.

Doesn't matter where you buy them. As long as you are buying them and putting at least 10,000 omc in your wallet and share your BTC address you will be able to get dividends.

thanks for your details of info, and I have one another question. Suppose I collect that much OMICRON after a few weeks when ICO will be finished then at that time I will have the opportunity to be able to get the dividends?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 22, 2016, 11:06:37 PM
Suppose I collect that much OMICRON after a few weeks when ICO will be finished
ICO IS finished.

then at that time I will have the opportunity to be able to get the dividends?
That is the point of this currency, yes, if you got 10000 OMC.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 22, 2016, 11:15:52 PM
"Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks" U just need to multiply that 4 ur coins and u will know how much u get.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: proletariat on September 23, 2016, 12:01:33 AM
"Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks" U just need to multiply that 4 ur coins and u will know how much u get.

Scenario A:
121BTC assets
John has 10,000 OMC
50BTC is traded and 50BTC is lent.

Gladimor scores a nice 50% profit on those 50BTC = Net 25BTC profit. (10,000*0.00001)
John gets .1 PERCENT of 25BTC (0.0250btc) at the end of the two week period + whatever interest the loan yields.

Does my math check out?



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 23, 2016, 01:14:36 AM
"Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks" U just need to multiply that 4 ur coins and u will know how much u get.

Scenario A:
121BTC assets
John has 10,000 OMC
50BTC is traded and 50BTC is lent.

Gladimor scores a nice 50% profit on those 50BTC = Net 25BTC profit. (10,000*0.00001)
John gets .1 PERCENT of 25BTC (0.0250btc) at the end of the two week period + whatever interest the loan yields.

Does my math check out?



Does the following help?

In a nutshell, I need to buy 10.000 OMC in this ICO so I will be getting BTC dividend. That is ~ 1,2 BTC... Once I am invested... What will be my approximate profit? How much BTC biweekly can be expected?

On the current lending rates, you are looking at a basic of 0.67% of principle, biweekly. That is just for the lending interest considering half of the capital is locked for loans. The variable rate will of course, be variable, and I cannot give you an exact number because it is altcoin trading. Based on my past performance of my trading service in Delta Investments, I can say that the average should be around 10% biweekly from altcoin trading if half the capital is used for trading. So the total biweekly return would be ~10.67%. This is just a statistical number, and will of course be different every 2 weeks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 23, 2016, 02:18:41 AM
I feel that we should invest everything in trading since is the most profitably option here. Besides look what happened w/ bitfinex, people that loaned the btc for margin trading ended loosing alot after the hacking and they were earning too little btc for the type of risk they were taking. Maybe gladimor can clarify where does he loan the btc? If is in an exchange i would prefer that he use those btc to buy altcoins. what u guys think?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 23, 2016, 02:21:59 AM
"Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks" U just need to multiply that 4 ur coins and u will know how much u get.

Scenario A:
121BTC assets
John has 10,000 OMC
50BTC is traded and 50BTC is lent.

Gladimor scores a nice 50% profit on those 50BTC = Net 25BTC profit. (10,000*0.00001)
John gets .1 PERCENT of 25BTC (0.0250btc) at the end of the two week period + whatever interest the loan yields.

Does my math check out?



I think the .1 percent of 25 is 0.25 . That's not a bad return atleast for me. Besides u still own the coins.

 


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 23, 2016, 02:36:36 AM
Dividend registration page has been fixed. Sorry about that.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: proletariat on September 23, 2016, 02:49:22 AM
"Biweekly dividends ensure that no matter the price of the asset, the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks" U just need to multiply that 4 ur coins and u will know how much u get.

Scenario A:
121BTC assets
John has 10,000 OMC
50BTC is traded and 50BTC is lent.

Gladimor scores a nice 50% profit on those 50BTC = Net 25BTC profit. (10,000*0.00001)
John gets .1 PERCENT of 25BTC (0.0250btc) at the end of the two week period + whatever interest the loan yields.

Does my math check out?



Does the following help?

In a nutshell, I need to buy 10.000 OMC in this ICO so I will be getting BTC dividend. That is ~ 1,2 BTC... Once I am invested... What will be my approximate profit? How much BTC biweekly can be expected?

On the current lending rates, you are looking at a basic of 0.67% of principle, biweekly. That is just for the lending interest considering half of the capital is locked for loans. The variable rate will of course, be variable, and I cannot give you an exact number because it is altcoin trading. Based on my past performance of my trading service in Delta Investments, I can say that the average should be around 10% biweekly from altcoin trading if half the capital is used for trading. So the total biweekly return would be ~10.67%. This is just a statistical number, and will of course be different every 2 weeks.

ahh thanks.. yeah I missed that reply.



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 23, 2016, 02:52:19 AM
I feel that we should invest everything in trading since is the most profitably option here.
Generally, I very much agree. But... Is that trading all in is practically doable for Adam? Maybe there is too much capital already to put all into trading. My little understanding of trading tells me that there are limits. One can do day trading strategies with 1 - 1000 K, but above that capital one must park that superfluous money in long term investments. Time also is not unlimited. I certainly do not wish to overextend Adam. So I speculate there may be such a reason why Adam structured this coin as is.

Besides look what happened w/ bitfinex, people that loaned the btc for margin trading ended loosing alot after the hacking and they were earning too little btc for the type of risk they were taking.
I very much agree. The risk / benefit ratio really is not worth using lending on exchanges. However, I accepted the offer as originally described.

If is in an exchange i would prefer that he use those btc to buy altcoins. what u guys think?
Should be up to Adam only. Really should not become a popular vote.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 23, 2016, 03:12:58 AM
I feel that we should invest everything in trading since is the most profitably option here. Besides look what happened w/ bitfinex, people that loaned the btc for margin trading ended loosing alot after the hacking and they were earning too little btc for the type of risk they were taking. Maybe gladimor can clarify where does he loan the btc? If is in an exchange i would prefer that he use those btc to buy altcoins. what u guys think?

Trading is not really as black and white as it seems. I am not an "invincible" trader, I am as susceptible to faults as any other trader. I would like to cut down on the impact if anything wrong were to happen by spreading the funds in areas where risk is considered relatively low.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: proletariat on September 23, 2016, 03:55:36 AM
Quote
the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.

I think a very important part of the remaining OMC has been overlooked.

Out of 10M, 1,008,333 were sold for BTC (121 BTC / 0.00012000) + 700,000 for swaps. There are currently 8,291,666 OMC not sold which represent 83% of the dividend share.

I suppose that would be spread over all the current circulating OMC temporarily getting a much larger share than 0.00001% per OMC and decreasing as assets become active no?






Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 23, 2016, 05:20:07 AM
Quote
the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.

I think a very important part of the remaining OMC has been overlooked.

Out of 10M, 1,008,333 were sold for BTC (121 BTC / 0.00012000) + 700,000 for swaps. There are currently 8,291,666 OMC not sold which represent 83% of the dividend share.

I suppose that would be spread over all the current circulating OMC temporarily getting a much larger share than 0.00001% per OMC and decreasing as assets become active no?






That is what I was exactly thinking. Since there are at most 2m coins sold (calculating that someone sold below 12k satoshi) the dividend share should be more than targeted 0.00001%. I think we can be sure when Adam presents the final numbers. But this should be true.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on September 23, 2016, 07:07:08 AM
wallet not syncing. block explorer stopped at block 2032. and wallet downloaded all 2032 blocks, so it's not the wallet  i guess


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on September 23, 2016, 07:26:38 AM
and the wallet says it is staking, though not synced


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on September 23, 2016, 09:59:47 AM
it's ok now


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 23, 2016, 11:56:46 AM
Quote
the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.

I think a very important part of the remaining OMC has been overlooked.

Out of 10M, 1,008,333 were sold for BTC (121 BTC / 0.00012000) + 700,000 for swaps. There are currently 8,291,666 OMC not sold which represent 83% of the dividend share.

I suppose that would be spread over all the current circulating OMC temporarily getting a much larger share than 0.00001% per OMC and decreasing as assets become active no?






Considering 11.5 btc sent at 0.00009 price and 30-35 btc sent around 0.000105 price, I think we might be looking at something around 1,057,539 OMC sold through BTC. Plus the swapped coins (700,000 OMC) we should have a total asset number of +-%5 1,757,539 OMC which are going to get dividends from the profits made with the collected 121 BTC + sold swapped coins.

So those who have 10,000 omc should at least get +-%0.0056 profit share before Gladimor sells more coins to private investors, which will raise the amount of the funds thus lowering the profit shares of the holders.

Please confirm Gladimor. And a nice sheet that calculates how much coins were sold and the address with the unsold coins would be very nice for transparency as the address with most coins now has 6m and we are pretty sure no more than 2m should be in circulation. ;)




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 23, 2016, 11:57:57 AM
Quote
the asset owner always will receive a 0.00001% share of the dividend pool, per Omicron, every 2 weeks.

I think a very important part of the remaining OMC has been overlooked.

Out of 10M, 1,008,333 were sold for BTC (121 BTC / 0.00012000) + 700,000 for swaps. There are currently 8,291,666 OMC not sold which represent 83% of the dividend share.

I suppose that would be spread over all the current circulating OMC temporarily getting a much larger share than 0.00001% per OMC and decreasing as assets become active no?






Considering 11.5 btc sent at 0.00009 price and 30-35 btc sent around 0.000105 price, I think we might be looking at something around 1,057,539 OMC sold through BTC. Plus the swapped coins (700,000 OMC) we should have a total asset number of +-%5 1,757,539 OMC which are going to get dividends from the profits made with the collected 121 BTC + sold swapped coins.

So those who have 10,000 omc should at least get +-%0.0056 profit share before Gladimor sells more coins to private investors, which will raise the amount of the funds thus lowering the profit shares of the holders.

Please confirm Gladimor. And a nice sheet that calculates how much coins were sold and the address with the unsold coins would be very nice for transparency as the address with most coins now has 6m and we are pretty sure no more than 2m should be in circulation. ;)




Your math looks accurate. Final distribution counts will be available soon.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 23, 2016, 05:06:53 PM
I think the .1 percent of 25 is 0.25 . That's not a bad return atleast for me. Besides u still own the coins.

Nop, according to the math we have been taught in school, 0.1 percent of 25 makes 0.025. Its always that way, even when it comes to finances :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 23, 2016, 05:11:40 PM
Considering 11.5 btc sent at 0.00009 price and 30-35 btc sent around 0.000105 price, I think we might be looking at something around 1,057,539 OMC sold through BTC. Plus the swapped coins (700,000 OMC) we should have a total asset number of +-%5 1,757,539 OMC which are going to get dividends from the profits made with the collected 121 BTC + sold swapped coins.

So those who have 10,000 omc should at least get +-%0.0056 profit share before Gladimor sells more coins to private investors, which will raise the amount of the funds thus lowering the profit shares of the holders.

Please confirm Gladimor. And a nice sheet that calculates how much coins were sold and the address with the unsold coins would be very nice for transparency as the address with most coins now has 6m and we are pretty sure no more than 2m should be in circulation. ;)

Good calculation, I suppose that makes 0.000056% per coin, which is 0.56% per share of 10,000 coins.

But there is one more question here: definitely not all coins will be used as shares (as not everyone has 10,000 OMC, and some people will probably not register their addresses, and may use coins for trading). So the question is: should the dividends be divided by the overall number of coins (+-%5 1,757,539 OMC, as you say), or only to number of coins at registered addresses?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 23, 2016, 06:33:29 PM
I think the number should be divided by registered addresses. So if 10 adresses submit, the profit should be shared among submitted addresses according to their balances in other words their shares (OMC they own).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 23, 2016, 07:17:55 PM
I think the number should be divided by registered addresses. So if 10 adresses submit, the profit should be shared among submitted addresses according to their balances in other words their shares (OMC they own).

That is correct. Dividends are split between registered addresses.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 23, 2016, 08:58:22 PM
In other words, there is no incentive for multi accounting. If there was, that would be awful. Glad there is none.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 23, 2016, 09:09:04 PM
I think the number should be divided by registered addresses. So if 10 adresses submit, the profit should be shared among submitted addresses according to their balances in other words their shares (OMC they own).

That is correct. Dividends are split between registered addresses.

That is the best news I've heard recently. I'm sure there there won't be a lot of registered addresses in the beginning and we will be getting high profits in the beginning. Than people will jump on this hidden gem. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 23, 2016, 09:10:02 PM
I got a problem. I needed to sent that 0.01 OMC for dividend registration. The unwanted side effect was, that relevant fraction of my OMC was sent to a change address of mine.

Obviously now I am only registered with my main OMC address that holds most, but not all of my OMC.

If I were to register that change address, the mess would spread. More change addresses.

How do I get out of this mess? How do I move back the coins to my main OMC address? Somehow use the coin control feature?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 23, 2016, 10:25:36 PM
I got a problem. I needed to sent that 0.01 OMC for dividend registration. The unwanted side effect was, that relevant fraction of my OMC was sent to a change address of mine.

Obviously now I am only registered with my main OMC address that holds most, but not all of my OMC.

If I were to register that change address, the mess would spread. More change addresses.

How do I get out of this mess? How do I move back the coins to my main OMC address? Somehow use the coin control feature?


Quote
   
Dividends

http://delta.investments/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/deltasymbolnew.png

Omicron is the first dividend issuing cryptocurrency that will be bound to its own blockchain and will be able to be traded on exchanges.

How to receive dividends?

A minimum sum of 10,000 Omicron in a single address is required to receive bi-weekly dividends. On every-other Saturday on a random time, Bitcoin dividends will be issued to registered addresses with balances of over 10,000. This amount needs to be in the address at the time of dividend-issuance.

How to register an address?

 Send 0.01 OMC to this address from the address you are using to receive dividends (verification purposes): 7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu

 Fill out the form on the right to become a registered address on http://delta.investments/iao/

Every two weeks on Saturday, the address you registered will be scanned to identify the current balance, and dividends will be issued based on the amount of OMC (over 10,000 minimum).


I understand what you mean.
The form has changed.
You dont need to register your main OMC address.
Transaction ID of 0.01 OMC deposit and you BTC address are sufficient.



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 23, 2016, 10:56:27 PM
So from the TXID, gladimor will figure out himself my main and my change OMC address?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 23, 2016, 11:01:47 PM
I got a problem. I needed to sent that 0.01 OMC for dividend registration. The unwanted side effect was, that relevant fraction of my OMC was sent to a change address of mine.

Obviously now I am only registered with my main OMC address that holds most, but not all of my OMC.

If I were to register that change address, the mess would spread. More change addresses.

How do I get out of this mess? How do I move back the coins to my main OMC address? Somehow use the coin control feature?

I understand what you mean.
The form has changed.
You dont need to register your main OMC address.
Transaction ID of 0.01 OMC deposit and you BTC address are sufficient.

You are right, the form has changed, but I believe the concern of someone111 is still valid, because all hhis coins need to be at the address he registered, otherwise Gladimor cannot determine how many coins he has, and so cannot determine his share. Change address cannot be detected by Gladimor (he can see it in block explorer, but cannot know whether it is change address or for example a Yobit account address).

Thankfully the solution is easy. someone111, you need to re-send all your coins to the address you already registered. Next time you send any transaction, use "Coin Control" features, and explicitly specify the "Change address" to be your registered OMC address!! You will find that field as soon as you turn on teh Coin Control features and go to "Send" panel.

I always enable "Coin control" as soon as I install any wallet, as without that you have too little idea whats going on, and too little control over your funds and inputs. Keep it enabled!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 24, 2016, 12:30:24 AM
Network stuck? Stuck at block 2762? https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/ says that is our last block.

My wallets are also at block 2762.

My wallet says "out of sync"?

Normally a new block came up every few minutes. Now stuck for more than two hours?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 24, 2016, 01:51:34 AM
After a 3 hour gap, new blocks are coming every few minutes.

Thank you, drays!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 24, 2016, 08:11:11 AM
After a 3 hour gap, new blocks are coming every few minutes.

Thank you, drays!

The reason we are having gaps is because more people started to stake, diffuculty is rising fast so the new block retargeting takes some time. No worries. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 24, 2016, 02:49:44 PM
However the difficulty rises, if one stakes all year, the profit will be 5% annually?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 25, 2016, 11:48:35 AM
However the difficulty rises, if one stakes all year, the profit will be 5% annually?

Yeah, in theory the amount of coins you have increases by %5 every year. However this theory depends on you holding your coins untouched and wallet open for a year. Every stake you get is calculated by this: the coins that got staked*0.05/365.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 25, 2016, 04:36:06 PM
What is the approximate fair value of OMC? Any opinions?

- let's say if everything works out
- lets compare this with a stock company to perhaps make things simpler?
- let's say, you get a ~10,67 % biweekly dividend, that is 278 % / year
- and your stock increases 5 % per year
- on the other hand, we don't really have comparable fundamentals
- biweekly payments are great, since you can use that money for a nice interest on interest effect, invest it elsewhere or buy more OMC

Anyhow. This looks better than any stock on the stock market, right? And stocks which are the most similar to OMC in dividend, easily cost several hundred of dollars.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 25, 2016, 08:09:01 PM
Gladimor, is the distrubution phase done? It would be good if we could get some exact numbers regarding the safe premine address and how many coins sold. Thanks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: EpyxZ on September 26, 2016, 01:28:18 PM
I always enable "Coin control" as soon as I install any wallet, as without that you have too little idea whats going on, and too little control over your funds and inputs. Keep it enabled!

Yep i encourage anyone and everyone that has no idea how to use coin control to do some googling. If you have pos coins and dont know about coin control you have been missing out.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 26, 2016, 03:23:15 PM
Gladimor, is the distrubution phase done? It would be good if we could get some exact numbers regarding the safe premine address and how many coins sold. Thanks.

Distribution is not over yet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: AltCoinEnthusiast on September 26, 2016, 08:30:26 PM
Gladimor, is the distrubution phase done? It would be good if we could get some exact numbers regarding the safe premine address and how many coins sold. Thanks.

Distribution is not over yet.

how much Omicron are distributed yet?
any news about adding omc to bittrex/other exchanges?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 27, 2016, 08:51:45 AM
Its been more than 10 days since the IAO has ended. Can we at least get some accurate numbers to what we have, how many coins sold and how many were yet to be claimed? Any news on Bittrex or some other exchange where we can get some more exposure, at least.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 27, 2016, 08:44:55 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: kahir on September 27, 2016, 09:13:54 PM
hey liking omicron idea im new here not following up ... what happen to unsold tokens they get burned ... how many omc sold / in circulation now


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: AltCoinEnthusiast on September 27, 2016, 09:41:08 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

ok nice.  8)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 27, 2016, 10:48:00 PM
That's awesome.....can't wait for this  ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 27, 2016, 11:26:38 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Can't wait for the first dividend payment. I managed collect some more cheap coins and increase my shares. As soon as we get couple of biweekly dividends people will start to buy Omicron like mad. For those who buys before certain time (for example before 8-9 biweekly dividends), profits will probably be huge. If we get some lucky trading and lending weeks we might even ROI in 3 biweekly dividends and than wait for the sweet profits.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 27, 2016, 11:57:08 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Can't wait for the first dividend payment. I managed collect some more cheap coins and increase my shares. As soon as we get couple of biweekly dividends people will start to buy Omicron like mad. For those who buys before certain time (for example before 8-9 biweekly dividends), profits will probably be huge. If we get some lucky trading and lending weeks we might even ROI in 3 biweekly dividends and than wait for the sweet profits.
Managed to acquire some cheap coins as well. Though managed to wreck my BTC core database as well so I'm currently still waiting for it to rebuild and sync that bloody thing to register myself for dividends.  ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 28, 2016, 12:46:56 AM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Can't wait for the first dividend payment. I managed collect some more cheap coins and increase my shares. As soon as we get couple of biweekly dividends people will start to buy Omicron like mad. For those who buys before certain time (for example before 8-9 biweekly dividends), profits will probably be huge. If we get some lucky trading and lending weeks we might even ROI in 3 biweekly dividends and than wait for the sweet profits.

I don't see why you think the profits will be huge now compared to what the could be later.. The profits originate from the funds invested during ICO, and they will be divided by the number of participants of ICO (roughly, of course, as not everyone will register to get dividents). So what could change later, so the same shares will get less dividends? Some coins will change owners , that's it, nothing else - but the dividends per share should remain the same.
If Gladimior finds new investors, and release now coins to them, his trading funds would increase accordingly, as well as dividends, so in result the dividents per share should remain practically the same.

So.. why you tell first registrants should get some huge profits?



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 28, 2016, 08:40:34 AM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Can't wait for the first dividend payment. I managed collect some more cheap coins and increase my shares. As soon as we get couple of biweekly dividends people will start to buy Omicron like mad. For those who buys before certain time (for example before 8-9 biweekly dividends), profits will probably be huge. If we get some lucky trading and lending weeks we might even ROI in 3 biweekly dividends and than wait for the sweet profits.

I don't see why you think the profits will be huge now compared to what the could be later.. The profits originate from the funds invested during ICO, and they will be divided by the number of participants of ICO (roughly, of course, as not everyone will register to get dividents). So what could change later, so the same shares will get less dividends? Some coins will change owners , that's it, nothing else - but the dividends per share should remain the same.
If Gladimior finds new investors, and release now coins to them, his trading funds would increase accordingly, as well as dividends, so in result the dividents per share should remain practically the same.

So.. why you tell first registrants should get some huge profits?



The reason I assume first registrants will get higher profits is because there aren't many who registered yet and those little number of registers will share the pie. When there are more than 50 registrants the pie would be smaller. Right now and I think until people witness that we actually get amazing biweekly dividends the number of shareholders will increase drastically. That's why.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: dzejmsdin on September 28, 2016, 01:02:17 PM
when can I expect my coins?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 28, 2016, 01:23:39 PM
when can I expect my coins?

I assume you sent a personal message to Gladimor. He said several times that the distrubution is not over yet. He also has started trading - lending, in other words using the funds for profit so he might be busy these days. Just wait for today and when he comes online you'll get your coins. Don't forget to register your address right away as we are expecting a dividend in a few days. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 28, 2016, 02:56:14 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Can't wait for the first dividend payment. I managed collect some more cheap coins and increase my shares. As soon as we get couple of biweekly dividends people will start to buy Omicron like mad. For those who buys before certain time (for example before 8-9 biweekly dividends), profits will probably be huge. If we get some lucky trading and lending weeks we might even ROI in 3 biweekly dividends and than wait for the sweet profits.

I don't see why you think the profits will be huge now compared to what the could be later.. The profits originate from the funds invested during ICO, and they will be divided by the number of participants of ICO (roughly, of course, as not everyone will register to get dividents). So what could change later, so the same shares will get less dividends? Some coins will change owners , that's it, nothing else - but the dividends per share should remain the same.
If Gladimior finds new investors, and release now coins to them, his trading funds would increase accordingly, as well as dividends, so in result the dividents per share should remain practically the same.

So.. why you tell first registrants should get some huge profits?



The reason I assume first registrants will get higher profits is because there aren't many who registered yet and those little number of registers will share the pie. When there are more than 50 registrants the pie would be smaller. Right now and I think until people witness that we actually get amazing biweekly dividends the number of shareholders will increase drastically. That's why.

Heh... :) everything depends on whether/when the whales with 30 BTC and 74 BTC will register. :) The rest make not much of a difference, really :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: dzejmsdin on September 28, 2016, 06:39:05 PM
when can I expect my coins?

I assume you sent a personal message to Gladimor. He said several times that the distrubution is not over yet. He also has started trading - lending, in other words using the funds for profit so he might be busy these days. Just wait for today and when he comes online you'll get your coins. Don't forget to register your address right away as we are expecting a dividend in a few days. ;)

How can I register if I don't have my OMC ;-)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: sbtctalk on September 28, 2016, 06:47:20 PM
Hey, I appreciate if someone here could explain to me in simpler terms how this works? What is the market capitalization and which exchanges support this coin?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 28, 2016, 07:32:03 PM
Hey, I appreciate if someone here could explain to me in simpler terms how this works? What is the market capitalization and which exchanges support this coin?

Right now we only have Yobit. But we are the very beginning of moving forward.

The simple way is this: Gladimor is a good trader, he did some funds previously which I'm sure most of the initial investors previously joined. This is more than a collective fund than a coin to be honest. We collected btc and you can become a share holder by holding at least 10k omicron. There will be biweekly dividend payments which will occur in a few days.

The reason why here is silent is because everyone is waiting for first dividends to see it as a legit project. We are by no means in race with Iconomi or other funds. I've personally invested in Gladimor's funds before and never got sad. This one is in coin form.

As soon as we get the first dividends in a few days, people will see what a hidden gem this coin is.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Pap0u on September 28, 2016, 07:43:19 PM
You guys do know Gladimor is making great money off of you guys and giving you peanuts in return?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 28, 2016, 08:57:35 PM
Would love to see a lil bit of more action in the exchange. Since we collected 121 btc. Why not use 5 btc to start to move the market (no need to market buy - just use a few btc to set some buy orders at a low price).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 28, 2016, 11:19:36 PM
You guys do know Gladimor is making great money off of you guys and giving you peanuts in return?

Interesting! How do you know? As long I get ~10.67% biweekly dividend, why do I care? I don't mind becoming Steve Ballmer if he is gonna be Bill Gates.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: kahir on September 28, 2016, 11:39:13 PM
You guys do know Gladimor is making great money off of you guys and giving you peanuts in return?

Interesting! How do you know? As long I get ~10.67% biweekly dividend, why do I care? I don't mind becoming Steve Ballmer if he is gonna be Bill Gates.

Well looking at yobit you already lost more than 10% so .. Yeah the guy got a point also no reply with exact number is a bit unprofessional I would say sold tokens ?? Coins in circulation ?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 29, 2016, 12:31:46 AM
Well looking at yobit you already lost more than 10% so ..
I don't mind about that either. These numbers are theoretic since the yobit trading volume only is 0.03 BTC. It's not like I could have waited during the IAO and now pick up coins for 4000 satoshis per OMC. But even if that was true, as long as biweekly dividends are coming, this was worth the investment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Caladonian on September 29, 2016, 12:57:32 AM
Well looking at yobit you already lost more than 10% so ..
I don't mind about that either. These numbers are theoretic since the yobit trading volume only is 0.03 BTC. It's not like I could have waited during the IAO and now pick up coins for 4000 satoshis per OMC. But even if that was true, as long as biweekly dividends are coming, this was worth the investment.
is there any exchange that this coin will be listed too? polo or trex to be specific just looking for big possible investors if dev can push it listed to those big exchange.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on September 29, 2016, 01:10:03 AM
The listing guidelines on Bittrex are extremely tight, and I'm afraid that it may classify Omicron as a security (even though it isn't one). Bittrex doesn't lists currencies it deems as a "security".

I would like to inform you all that although the exchange matters on the price performance and the volume of a currency, the biggest influence on the value of an asset is the substance backing it. You can have a coin sitting on Poloniex, but its value will stagnate if there is nothing on the table for investors.

In the case of Omicron, it brings a strong buying incentive as the stake required to receive dividends is quite sizeable, and the only means for new investors (or old investors to increase their position) to enter the market is to buy from an exchange, no matter how big or small the reputation of the business may be.

I have a feeling that through positive yields on biweekly dividends, we will pave our own path towards a massive and successful cryptocurrency investment project. Many big exchanges used to be very small. They all started somewhere. What brought them popularity and fame? Successful altcoins. Successful coin projects is what brought the volume and userbase to the big exchanges we see today. Who thinks that Omicron has the chance to turn a small exchange into a high-volume giant? Some food for thought.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 29, 2016, 08:05:48 AM
The listing guidelines on Bittrex are extremely tight, and I'm afraid that it may classify Omicron as a security (even though it isn't one). Bittrex doesn't lists currencies it deems as a "security".

I would like to inform you all that although the exchange matters on the price performance and the volume of a currency, the biggest influence on the value of an asset is the substance backing it. You can have a coin sitting on Poloniex, but its value will stagnate if there is nothing on the table for investors.

In the case of Omicron, it brings a strong buying incentive as the stake required to receive dividends is quite sizeable, and the only means for new investors (or old investors to increase their position) to enter the market is to buy from an exchange, no matter how big or small the reputation of the business may be.

I have a feeling that through positive yields on biweekly dividends, we will pave our own path towards a massive and successful cryptocurrency investment project. Many big exchanges used to be very small. They all started somewhere. What brought them popularity and fame? Successful altcoins. Successful coin projects is what brought the volume and userbase to the big exchanges we see today. Who thinks that Omicron has the chance to turn a small exchange into a high-volume giant? Some food for thought.


Those are nice thoughts indeed. However to achiev that we need to be patient and see some solid bi-weekly payments. When shareholders get reasonable biweekly dividends people will understand the value of this fund.

The only thing I expect from you Gladimor is to publish some numbers and share the unsold coins address so other people can trust this fund too.

After all there are only 18k coins on sale at Yobit, if someone wants to buy them all, he wouldn't even get very high share anyway. Good to see investors are more interested in biweekly funds than small term profit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 29, 2016, 11:30:58 AM
The listing guidelines on Bittrex are extremely tight, and I'm afraid that it may classify Omicron as a security (even though it isn't one). Bittrex doesn't lists currencies it deems as a "security".

I would like to inform you all that although the exchange matters on the price performance and the volume of a currency, the biggest influence on the value of an asset is the substance backing it. You can have a coin sitting on Poloniex, but its value will stagnate if there is nothing on the table for investors.

In the case of Omicron, it brings a strong buying incentive as the stake required to receive dividends is quite sizeable, and the only means for new investors (or old investors to increase their position) to enter the market is to buy from an exchange, no matter how big or small the reputation of the business may be.

I have a feeling that through positive yields on biweekly dividends, we will pave our own path towards a massive and successful cryptocurrency investment project. Many big exchanges used to be very small. They all started somewhere. What brought them popularity and fame? Successful altcoins. Successful coin projects is what brought the volume and userbase to the big exchanges we see today. Who thinks that Omicron has the chance to turn a small exchange into a high-volume giant? Some food for thought.


Those are nice thoughts indeed. However to achiev that we need to be patient and see some solid bi-weekly payments. When shareholders get reasonable biweekly dividends people will understand the value of this fund.

The only thing I expect from you Gladimor is to publish some numbers and share the unsold coins address so other people can trust this fund too.

After all there are only 18k coins on sale at Yobit, if someone wants to buy them all, he wouldn't even get very high share anyway. Good to see investors are more interested in biweekly funds than small term profit.
Indeed. The only reason I'd like to see OMC listed on a second exchange is redundancy. It doesn't even have to be a large one, just one that can be expected to stay around for a while. Another issue with Bittrex, and C-Cex as well (I don't know how it is with Polo), is they quite enforce their requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed after the initial grace period. OMC isn't a coin whose purpose is on transactions. So while some investors are looking for trading opportunities most coins, hopefully since it means good dividends are paid, are dormant or staking securely in personal wallets which means 0.2 BTC volume a day might not come easily to OMC and, unusually, for OMC less volume can be a good sign.

That brings me to another thought:
If things turns out good and people stick to their OMC, should Gladimor unlock unsold coins to sell them on the market if there are not enough sale offers at a sensible price to allow new investors to qualify for dividends?
If not the price has a better chance to skyrocket but while it looks good to see the investment value skyrocket it's a bit of a one time plus. After all you'll have to leave OMC to profit fully. Then it quite likely puts off possible investors that are not so hot on waiting indefinitely for buy offers to fill. Then selling coins would allow further money to enter the trading fund with less coins attached to it, given the sale price is above IAO price. I believe long term that could do better than an exit chance with even a very big nice cherry on top.

Now what would be a sensible price and what should be additional rules?
Well, my idea would be
-not selling below twice the IAO price, so lets say 0.00025 BTC per coin minimum
-not more than 25k-50k offered at a time, depending on the number of markets OMC is listed
-the 'sensible price' in my eyes would be 10k coins available in the range up to 4 times the price of the lowest sell offer and those 4 times the lowest sell offer would be the price to place the additional coins at. That would put a damper on things like price rising 1000% stuff but on the other hand I would already think at least twice if I possibly have to buy for a price 4 times the current selling price and I consider it already a bit high, perhaps too high
-I don't want to set a rule how often the markets should be checked or open orders adapted to new circumstances


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: sbtctalk on September 29, 2016, 12:23:12 PM
Hey, I appreciate if someone here could explain to me in simpler terms how this works? What is the market capitalization and which exchanges support this coin?

Right now we only have Yobit. But we are the very beginning of moving forward.

The simple way is this: Gladimor is a good trader, he did some funds previously which I'm sure most of the initial investors previously joined. This is more than a collective fund than a coin to be honest. We collected btc and you can become a share holder by holding at least 10k omicron. There will be biweekly dividend payments which will occur in a few days.

The reason why here is silent is because everyone is waiting for first dividends to see it as a legit project. We are by no means in race with Iconomi or other funds. I've personally invested in Gladimor's funds before and never got sad. This one is in coin form.

As soon as we get the first dividends in a few days, people will see what a hidden gem this coin is.

Okay. So as long as we show proof that we hold OMICRON coins, we will be paid interest based on the amount we hold? Sounds good. How do we prove to others the amount that we hold? Is this a manual process?

You guys do know Gladimor is making great money off of you guys and giving you peanuts in return?

Based on previous discussions, the average returns from Delta investment per week is around 10-12 percent. I am okay with this rate per week.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: kahir on September 29, 2016, 02:02:24 PM
I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 29, 2016, 02:32:11 PM
if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...

That's a good question! Perhaps information flow for new investors is bad. In need of updates.

http://delta.investments
- Still saying
PROSPECTUS
Will be available on September 3, 2016.
which is very much outdated by now.
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

First post in this thread
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

Probably more. So it would have to mostly target users who have not invested yet.

OMC is most likely not a ponzi. (I conclude that from Gladimor's clean history and zero reported scams after years.) But I think most ponzi have a more pretty website than delta.investments. For example have a look at the [don't invest] bestinvest.io [don't invest] ponzi scam. It looks a lot easier, better.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 29, 2016, 04:48:47 PM
if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...

That's a good question! Perhaps information flow for new investors is bad. In need of updates.

http://delta.investments
- Still saying
PROSPECTUS
Will be available on September 3, 2016.
which is very much outdated by now.
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

First post in this thread
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

Probably more. So it would have to mostly target users who have not invested yet.

OMC is most likely not a ponzi. (I conclude that from Gladimor's clean history and zero reported scams after years.) But I think most ponzi have a more pretty website than delta.investments. For example have a look at the [don't invest] bestinvest.io [don't invest] ponzi scam. It looks a lot easier, better.
My guess would be most investors learned about this coin during the time of the IAO and since the BTC spend there are vital to generate the dividends they went in with all they are prepared to invest. So it's up to few latecomers, people like me who didn't manage to free up enough funds soon enough to meet their target or people deciding to enlarge their portfolio because it's cheap to do so now to counter the short time traders who usually enter any ICO in case the price skyrockets after exchange listing. The other investors might watch the price with some concern but aren't that worried about it to do something about it because they are in here for the dividend and once the dividends arrive the price is very likely to fix itself.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 29, 2016, 05:09:24 PM
.....The only reason I'd like to see OMC listed on a second exchange is redundancy. It doesn't even have to be a large one, just one that can be expected to stay around for a while. Another issue with Bittrex, and C-Cex as well (I don't know how it is with Polo), is they quite enforce their requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed after the initial grace period. OMC isn't a coin whose purpose is on transactions. ....

OMC could easily be listed on (very) small exchanges

https://novaexchange.com/
The listing costs are small
0.03 BTC/ 50 NPOINTs
and 250 Votes to get listed

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Pay listing with    
50 NPOINT    
0.03 BTC
0.30 BTC (This option will bypass voting and get direct listing)


https://coinexchange.io/

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I think https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ would be good,
there is no requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed.

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Coin listings will now be selected by admins/moderators based on technical merit and/or social media/forum activity.

~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 29, 2016, 07:16:20 PM
I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: sbtctalk on September 29, 2016, 07:20:11 PM
I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.

So this is more like Over The Counter style offline trading between holders of the coins? As long as it is active maintained and active public interest in the coin, it has a good future.

However, I do feel that communication and marketing wise it can be improved a little. :) I was looking through trying to understand how this thing works and I don't quite get it.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 29, 2016, 07:55:07 PM
I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.

So this is more like Over The Counter style offline trading between holders of the coins? As long as it is active maintained and active public interest in the coin, it has a good future.

However, I do feel that communication and marketing wise it can be improved a little. :) I was looking through trying to understand how this thing works and I don't quite get it.

Yup, maybe we could have marketed it more. But keep in my mind that Gladimor isn't backed by huge whales like iconomi. Its just a one guy who has done several good profitable investment funds before and mostly those who did bussiness with him trusted him. No fancy bounties, websites or devcons. The total aim wasn't huge either, only 1000 btc lol.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on September 29, 2016, 09:51:45 PM
Okay. So as long as we show proof that we hold OMICRON coins, we will be paid interest based on the amount we hold? Sounds good. How do we prove to others the amount that we hold? Is this a manual process?
Almost forgot to address this. The first step of the proving process is sending a minimum of 10k into one address of yours, then follow the steps and fill out the form here on Gladimors site: http://delta.investments/iao/
If a payout is due Gladimor checks all registered addresses on the block explorer and pays out accordingly.

I think https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ would be good,
there is no requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed.
Yes, Cryptopia would fit here nicely and since it's voting/paid voting the community can do this for the coin. However, heading there to suggest Omicron for the voting list I hit an obstacle:
The ticker OMC is already used by Omnicoin.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: sbtctalk on September 30, 2016, 02:09:48 PM
I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.

So this is more like Over The Counter style offline trading between holders of the coins? As long as it is active maintained and active public interest in the coin, it has a good future.

However, I do feel that communication and marketing wise it can be improved a little. :) I was looking through trying to understand how this thing works and I don't quite get it.

Yup, maybe we could have marketed it more. But keep in my mind that Gladimor isn't backed by huge whales like iconomi. Its just a one guy who has done several good profitable investment funds before and mostly those who did bussiness with him trusted him. No fancy bounties, websites or devcons. The total aim wasn't huge either, only 1000 btc lol.



I think in the long run, both Gladimor and ourselves must protect our bitcointalk forum account especially since a bigger amount of funds are involved and we must be sure the person we are talking to is really who they really it. I really hope bitcointalk implement two factor auth soon.

Yes. I trust Gladimor.


Okay. So as long as we show proof that we hold OMICRON coins, we will be paid interest based on the amount we hold? Sounds good. How do we prove to others the amount that we hold? Is this a manual process?
Almost forgot to address this. The first step of the proving process is sending a minimum of 10k into one address of yours, then follow the steps and fill out the form here on Gladimors site: http://delta.investments/iao/
If a payout is due Gladimor checks all registered addresses on the block explorer and pays out accordingly.

I think https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ would be good,
there is no requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed.
Yes, Cryptopia would fit here nicely and since it's voting/paid voting the community can do this for the coin. However, heading there to suggest Omicron for the voting list I hit an obstacle:
The ticker OMC is already used by Omnicoin.

Hey, thanks for the clarification too


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on September 30, 2016, 08:41:42 PM
well we are getting close to our first dividend payout. wonder how much gladimor earn in this short period of time.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 30, 2016, 08:48:54 PM
Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet. So will hopefully get a good stake at these times until this gem is discovered. Unlike iconomi, our investers are rather not dumpers or day traders. We are solid investors waiting for the real purpose of the coin to be achieved. :)

I did some digging on the blockchain and it seems that couple of addresses that registered for the dividends are already below 10,000 omc. Will this be check on the day of the dividends payment Gladimor?

I hope you caught the ripple ways, was profitable for me. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: kahir on September 30, 2016, 08:53:24 PM
Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet. So will hopefully get a good stake at these times until this gem is discovered. Unlike iconomi, our investers are rather not dumpers or day traders. We are solid investors waiting for the real purpose of the coin to be achieved. :)

I did some digging on the blockchain and it seems that couple of addresses that registered for the dividends are already below 10,000 omc. Will this be check on the day of the dividends payment Gladimor?

I hope you caught the ripple ways, was profitable for me. ;)

yeah im still waiting to see how this work ... no activity or buys on market what so ever till now ... its really good for me since i don't have much time to put into trading alts recently so getting some dividends sounds cooler than just letting my btc on poloniex lending


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 30, 2016, 08:55:22 PM
there are not many staking adresses, just 17

http://i.imgur.com/7am6GHp.jpg

see: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/#!extraction (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/#!extraction)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on September 30, 2016, 09:03:33 PM
Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet.
How did you find out that number?

I did some digging on the blockchain and it seems that couple of addresses that registered for the dividends are already below 10,000 omc. Will this be check on the day of the dividends payment Gladimor?
I hope so, because in my case, my balance actually increased. (Transferred my coins from change address back to main address.)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on September 30, 2016, 09:11:52 PM
Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet.
How did you find out that number?....


Received   0.18 OMC   in 18 transactions

18 people sent 0.01 OMC to the register address to receive dividends: 7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu
See https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/address.dws?7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu.htm


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on September 30, 2016, 09:20:26 PM
Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet.
How did you find out that number?....


Received   0.18 OMC   in 18 transactions

18 people sent 0.01 OMC to the register address to receive dividends: 7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu
See https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/address.dws?7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu.htm

Exactly I used this. I also followed the addresses that sent 0.01. Almost half of it is empty, some transfered balances to new adresses and some is below 9500. So I'm guessing some shareholders will not be eligible to recieve dividends which is due in a few days hopefully.

Also if you shorted xmr at 170-180 that would also be great Gladimor, I didn't.  :'(


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: drays on September 30, 2016, 11:38:55 PM
I also followed the addresses that sent 0.01. Almost half of it is empty, some transfered balances to new adresses and some is below 9500. So I'm guessing some shareholders will not be eligible to recieve dividends which is due in a few days hopefully.

That's because many investors do not know how to register address correctly... Some of them have multiple addresses in wallet, and registered wrong address, and/or had funds transferred to change address, so actual registered address is empty...

I expect few people complain of not getting dividents, just because they were not able to consolidate their coins on a single address and register it correctly.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on October 01, 2016, 12:23:16 AM
I also followed the addresses that sent 0.01. Almost half of it is empty, some transfered balances to new adresses and some is below 9500. So I'm guessing some shareholders will not be eligible to recieve dividends which is due in a few days hopefully.

That's because many investors do not know how to register address correctly... Some of them have multiple addresses in wallet, and registered wrong address, and/or had funds transferred to change address, so actual registered address is empty...

I expect few people complain of not getting dividents, just because they were not able to consolidate their coins on a single address and register it correctly.
Exactly right! Since in first post of this thread is no info on:

- dividend registration
- coin control


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 01, 2016, 05:41:29 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Has anyone already received dividend payments?

I bought more/1000 OMC today and OMC price for 0.00008000 sat is melting.

~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on October 01, 2016, 05:53:04 PM
The first series of dividend payments will be issued in 3-7 days.

Has anyone already received dividend payments?

I bought more/1000 OMC today and OMC price for 0.00008000 sat is melting.

~CryptCo

Didnt recieve anything yet. I guess he is going to tell us before he sent the payments.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 01, 2016, 06:30:09 PM
Dividends should be either tonight/tomorrow morning.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 01, 2016, 08:05:39 PM
Dividends should be either tonight/tomorrow morning.


Oh can't wait for it. Everyone should share the proofs and tx ids of the recieved payments. That would be great. ;)

Also Gladimor I know I've been giving you a hard time recently, but is it possible that you can also post the unsold Omicron address so everyone feels safer.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: 0day on October 01, 2016, 09:39:22 PM
Dividends should be either tonight/tomorrow morning.


Oh can't wait for it. Everyone should share the proofs and tx ids of the recieved payments. That would be great. ;)

Also Gladimor I know I've been giving you a hard time recently, but is it possible that you can also post the unsold Omicron address so everyone feels safer.

That is really a great news from Gladimor , waiting for it

and olcaytu2005, You were not wrong in your place but I have a point in my mind that even a legit people sometimes get tired and go to accept the failure when people try to give them hard time, we people have to support others instead to give them hard time. People want to have business instead to scam as businesses have more profit and honor than those who scam.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 02, 2016, 10:49:51 AM
However you decide is best, Gladimor, I am happy you are around here offering your services!
Yea, me too! There is no other honest service with this kind of passive returns anywhere in crypto. (well, there's couple of 5% per month, relatively safe and liquid enough offers, but nothing like D.I.)

Can we still deposit or are deposits already closed?

Deposits are still open.

I understand many of you would like to see this service to continue, even making the suggestion to raise the deposit amount to eliminate the hassle of managing microdeposits. However, I would like to reiterate on the original reason why I closed D.I. earlier this year- it is because I am not an invincible trader, I am susceptible to risk just like anyone else. The faster I close down, the better it is for the rest of you to lock down your profits and not be affected by any possible future mishaps. Omicron has a much more diversified approach to investing, splitting base funds with trading, new coin launches, as well as lending. Even some coins are locked away in cold storage, as keeping coins on an exchange is a risk factor in itself. Although the returns may be lower, it is a way to ensure the longevity of the investment project.

So OMC Omicron would be your one and only Investment -Project?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 06:02:43 PM
Couple of hours till dividends are issued. Just need to finalize and log the most recent of dividend registration submissions.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 06:03:49 PM
Mac wallet is ready:

https://mega.nz/#!4A8nGYaT!rfpgiSoXOC9b0MgjGQOheni623WHEyJOv3lvtldznak (https://mega.nz/#!4A8nGYaT!rfpgiSoXOC9b0MgjGQOheni623WHEyJOv3lvtldznak)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 06:37:33 PM
These are the addresses registered for the first round of dividend payments. If your address is not here, and you have forgotten to submit/incorrectly submitted it, please re-submit it via the Delta Investments website or via PM.

73QfpeicLVauqycbFDjbDNa7i5ciY5uDZb
7NtqSXEzAhwJXW5UrxXTHA5yFxteADCpTR  
7GvqQh9gMBq8wCffq27EuCEByN7iy13HRK  
7Lj82QeJF1fKJZVSnjnrTTJBxjrYn6hnz1  
7JSjGA9CJ9BG3RjJqumqGfbc5uvaFRGrgr  
74VX57RhY9kLtg3JWkj3MykTRBpQnKyPMq  
7MkoUDWzZH6npCSpzm9JtbwPGjJkcy9nit  
7Ey3214FenfTwZZognXCdUmWrq43urFwRL  
7EKPfgNwXjLUVSD57SHbmp8fJXSJzkMBhA  
76exZe5SG97BXD3sxAUEd3c38pjcvPS397  


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Pap0u on October 02, 2016, 07:33:23 PM
So what's the progress? You make 99% and give back 1%?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 02, 2016, 07:44:55 PM
These are the addresses registered for the first round of dividend payments. If your address is not here, and you have forgotten to submit/incorrectly submitted it, please re-submit it via the Delta Investments website or via PM.

73QfpeicLVauqycbFDjbDNa7i5ciY5uDZb
7NtqSXEzAhwJXW5UrxXTHA5yFxteADCpTR  
7QJfhDs1heoQLpD3FpSt9XJRHd6KG85uPm
7GvqQh9gMBq8wCffq27EuCEByN7iy13HRK  
7Lj82QeJF1fKJZVSnjnrTTJBxjrYn6hnz1  
7JSjGA9CJ9BG3RjJqumqGfbc5uvaFRGrgr  
74VX57RhY9kLtg3JWkj3MykTRBpQnKyPMq  
7MkoUDWzZH6npCSpzm9JtbwPGjJkcy9nit  
7Ey3214FenfTwZZognXCdUmWrq43urFwRL  
7EKPfgNwXjLUVSD57SHbmp8fJXSJzkMBhA  
76exZe5SG97BXD3sxAUEd3c38pjcvPS397  


Nice. I see my Address there. Thanks Gladimore!
I'll buying more OMC in the next couple of days and
try to get OMC listed on NovaEx/
 Voting page to have at least one more Exchange
~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on October 02, 2016, 09:22:50 PM
If your address is not here, and you have forgotten to submit/incorrectly submitted it, please re-submit it via the Delta Investments website or via PM.
Mine was lost even though I registered on the page. (Talked about that in this thread earlier. Just now sent you a PM.)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on October 02, 2016, 09:25:02 PM
These are the addresses registered for the first round of dividend payments. If your address is not here, and you have forgotten to submit/incorrectly submitted it, please re-submit it via the Delta Investments website or via PM.

73QfpeicLVauqycbFDjbDNa7i5ciY5uDZb
7NtqSXEzAhwJXW5UrxXTHA5yFxteADCpTR 
7QJfhDs1heoQLpD3FpSt9XJRHd6KG85uPm
7GvqQh9gMBq8wCffq27EuCEByN7iy13HRK 
7Lj82QeJF1fKJZVSnjnrTTJBxjrYn6hnz1 
7JSjGA9CJ9BG3RjJqumqGfbc5uvaFRGrgr 
74VX57RhY9kLtg3JWkj3MykTRBpQnKyPMq 
7MkoUDWzZH6npCSpzm9JtbwPGjJkcy9nit 
7Ey3214FenfTwZZognXCdUmWrq43urFwRL 
7EKPfgNwXjLUVSD57SHbmp8fJXSJzkMBhA 
76exZe5SG97BXD3sxAUEd3c38pjcvPS397 


I can see my address cool :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 09:36:40 PM
I had to remove an address as it did not meet the 10K minimum. Dividends have been finalized and will be sent shortly. Any new registration/OMC txs are not considered for this period, and we have begun the 2nd dividend period.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 09:51:13 PM
A total of 9.2819423994 BTC has been sent to a total of 10 registered balances (839,994.78728 OMC). The average dividend payout for the first 2-week period is 0.00001105 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/f5zG1VR.png

http://i.imgur.com/5cdmNsJ.png




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 02, 2016, 10:02:14 PM
I had to remove an address as it did not meet the 10K minimum. Dividends have been finalized and will be sent shortly. Any new registration/OMC txs are not considered for this period, and we have begun the 2nd dividend period.

WOW received BTC Dividends!!

~0.158 BTC

GREAT JOB Gladimore!!!!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 02, 2016, 10:05:03 PM
I'm really happy w/ the dividends. I'm going to use them to give some buy support in yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 02, 2016, 10:18:38 PM
Hey Gladimor, are you done with dividends? I didnt yet recieved mine. :( My address is 7QJfhDs1heoQLpD3FpSt9XJRHd6KG85uPm. It is occasionally staking but it has 10090 omicron.

My btc address is the same as my address in my profile. Please let me know.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 02, 2016, 10:22:28 PM
I did some math....If u buy 10.000 at 0.00004650 in yobit like a guy did a few days ago that will cost u 0,46 btc and the dividend he got was 0.11. Around 24% return in 15 days :P

is this calculation right?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: someone111 on October 02, 2016, 10:47:28 PM
If your address is not here, and you have forgotten to submit/incorrectly submitted it, please re-submit it via the Delta Investments website or via PM.
Mine was lost even though I registered on the page. (Talked about that in this thread earlier. Just now sent you a PM.)
Sorted out! My silly mistake! I was looking for BTC addresses in that list. Not for OMC addresses. Will remember next time. Sorry.

Great job with the dividends! Thank you very much!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 02, 2016, 10:57:42 PM

wow... just fired up electrum.... Nice surprise Gladimor. Thanks.

Do we need to resubmit a .01omc tx fee?



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 02, 2016, 11:04:10 PM
I recieved my dividend. This is amazing. I'm so glad I've invested in this hidden treasure. Got a huge return already. Hope I had some spare btc to buy even at these prices.

For my problem, I made a mistake and coin control fucked it up. Gladimor was however more than helpful to cover it from his own pocket. I have to say, he is the man.

The show is just beginning. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 11:05:13 PM
These addresses belong to the remaining OMC funds. These will be kept for future private investors, in the presumptive case that the value of OMC becomes so large that the dividends would seem miniscule. My personal stake of coins are within these addresses as well.

7KVJ1Xp8hTZYwKPS4EkUPMz5xLfHPxRQQM - 6,826,370.0397692 OMC as of today
75XiZAJgYNTEiXgsoZKXPt2VxgRAKVsxPa - 7,827.29748936 OMC as of today
77SKCLD6EoqcH2ATEgvMo6KhVcczKoxy5Y - 383,343.24556507 OMC as of today
74grGfFVh5WAi2xUoNjdUn4gkVCT9WA9Mr - 700,205.85326549 OMC as of today
7GKADK5h2UcovnuLw9AUccuyq1DTDssy4S - 7,822.83132701 OMC as of today


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 02, 2016, 11:05:29 PM
Do we need to resubmit a .01omc tx fee?
No. I very much doubt that. It was just for registration purposes. To proof the OMC address you are connecting to a BTC address is actually yours.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 02, 2016, 11:06:13 PM

wow... just fired up electrum.... Nice surprise Gladimor. Thanks.

Do we need to resubmit a .01omc tx fee?



No need to resubmit your fee. Every 2 weeks, I check your address and update the balance on my spreadsheet, and payout the dividend depending on how much OMC is in your address at time of dividend-issuance.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 02, 2016, 11:21:34 PM

wow... just fired up electrum.... Nice surprise Gladimor. Thanks.

Do we need to resubmit a .01omc tx fee?



No need to resubmit your fee. Every 2 weeks, I check your address and update the balance on my spreadsheet, and payout the dividend depending on how much OMC is in your address at time of dividend-issuance.

sounds good, thanks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: kahir on October 02, 2016, 11:27:03 PM
I did some math....If u buy 10.000 at 0.00004650 in yobit like a guy did a few days ago that will cost u 0,46 btc and the dividend he got was 0.11. Around 24% return in 15 days :P

is this calculation right?

Adding price is 11k now




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on October 03, 2016, 12:46:05 AM
I did some math....If u buy 10.000 at 0.00004650 in yobit like a guy did a few days ago that will cost u 0,46 btc and the dividend he got was 0.11. Around 24% return in 15 days :P

is this calculation right?

Adding price is 11k now

I guess some of the trader that dumped the coin because it didn't insta-pumped after the ICO are regretting it now. :D

On the downside my address slipped through the system. Sent a PM and hope for the next period.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Altcoin11 on October 03, 2016, 01:04:02 AM
Dividends received. Awesome job gladimor.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: dwyer17 on October 03, 2016, 01:19:51 AM
Dividends received. Awesome job gladimor.

I did not receive any dividend. I have at least 10,000 OMC and I did submit my BTC address along with the 0.01 OMC. Am I just on the waiting list or what?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 03, 2016, 01:22:00 AM
Dividends received. Awesome job gladimor.

I did not receive any dividend. I have at least 10,000 OMC and I did submit my BTC address along with the 0.01 OMC. Am I just on the waiting list or what?

Please PM me the TXID and OMC address.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 03, 2016, 01:00:26 PM
https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

OMC
Wallet status: Maintenance

Play Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC


Omicron is in Maintenance Mode on Yobit


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on October 03, 2016, 01:08:26 PM
gosh the return is awesome lol even i didnt have any omc but with 0.46 btc invest, getting back 0.11 within 15 days is huge!

Gratz to all the investors


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: sbtctalk on October 03, 2016, 05:30:27 PM
Hi. Congrats to everyone. This looks like a good investment opportunity. I need to ask - How do I start? I should get a OMC wallet, then buy OMC through Yobit?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 03, 2016, 05:43:30 PM
How do I start? I should get a OMC wallet, then buy OMC through Yobit?
Yes.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: DarkStar1O9 on October 03, 2016, 05:52:12 PM
https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

OMC
Wallet status: Maintenance

Play Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC


Omicron is in Maintenance Mode on Yobit

Says wallet is online now here


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: danishcookie on October 03, 2016, 05:52:43 PM
https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

OMC
Wallet status: Maintenance

Play Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC


Omicron is in Maintenance Mode on Yobit

 :o :o 1k ico price, now is 9k, it looks like the most profitable ico in this year. Max 15k, but the volume is not big.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 03, 2016, 06:25:44 PM
Hi. Congrats to everyone. This looks like a good investment opportunity. I need to ask - How do I start? I should get a OMC wallet, then buy OMC through Yobit?

Here they explain how to get dividends

http://delta.investments/iao/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 03, 2016, 06:56:32 PM
https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

OMC
Wallet status: Maintenance

Play Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC


Omicron is in Maintenance Mode on Yobit

Says wallet is online now here


Deposit OMC
Wallet status: Online (12836 blocks)

Its online again.

Network weight was very high during Maintenance Mode, I guess Yobit did stake some Coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 03, 2016, 07:41:48 PM
Hi. Congrats to everyone. This looks like a good investment opportunity. I need to ask - How do I start? I should get a OMC wallet, then buy OMC through Yobit?

Here is a detailed list:

1. Buy at least 10,000 omicron through the exchange. Some generous guy recently put some cheap coins for a good entry point.
2. Download the Omicron wallet, download the chain and get synced.
3. Withdraw your Omicron to a single address in your wallet.
4. Go to http://delta.investments/iao/ and follow the instructions.
5. Relax and profit. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 03, 2016, 08:11:58 PM
https://yobit.net/imginfo/OMC (https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC)

OMC
Wallet status: Maintenance

Play Omicron Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/OMC


Omicron is in Maintenance Mode on Yobit

 :o :o 1k ico price, now is 9k, it looks like the most profitable ico in this year. Max 15k, but the volume is not big.

ICO price was not 1k, it was between 9k and 12k depending on the time of entry. So if anyone wants to invest now, it is still possible to buy at ICO prices (small amounts only, as bigger ones cannot be bought cheap now, unless someone dumps for some reason).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: cryptodv on October 03, 2016, 08:20:58 PM
Im hearing a lot of the good things about the dividends. I don't have 10k yet, I guess I'll buy the rest on Yobit.  ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 03:36:20 AM
These addresses belong to the remaining OMC funds. These will be kept for future private investors, in the presumptive case that the value of OMC becomes so large that the dividends would seem miniscule. My personal stake of coins are within these addresses as well.

7KVJ1Xp8hTZYwKPS4EkUPMz5xLfHPxRQQM - 6,826,370.0397692 OMC as of today
75XiZAJgYNTEiXgsoZKXPt2VxgRAKVsxPa - 7,827.29748936 OMC as of today
77SKCLD6EoqcH2ATEgvMo6KhVcczKoxy5Y - 383,343.24556507 OMC as of today
74grGfFVh5WAi2xUoNjdUn4gkVCT9WA9Mr - 700,205.85326549 OMC as of today
7GKADK5h2UcovnuLw9AUccuyq1DTDssy4S - 7,822.83132701 OMC as of today



Why is not my address?
My OMC Address 76aUS3QESwFaQ9i6BdmzZXAGV8THPirquF
My BTC  Address 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7
transactionID:972b00741011ca06d70ae42eba33bd4bd11ff756d84bb150e3cbacfcc62fd0d4


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: sbtctalk on October 04, 2016, 03:40:29 AM
Hi. Congrats to everyone. This looks like a good investment opportunity. I need to ask - How do I start? I should get a OMC wallet, then buy OMC through Yobit?

Here is a detailed list:

1. Buy at least 10,000 omicron through the exchange. Some generous guy recently put some cheap coins for a good entry point.
2. Download the Omicron wallet, download the chain and get synced.
3. Withdraw your Omicron to a single address in your wallet.
4. Go to http://delta.investments/iao/ and follow the instructions.
5. Relax and profit. ;)

Great. Thanks. This simple guide is what I need. What other exchanges support OMC?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 04, 2016, 04:11:36 AM
To all those that did not receive dividends:

Please check your address on the block explorer. There are many instances in which your address funds are transferred to a hidden address in your wallet client whenever you send a TX from a staked input.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 04:44:48 AM
To all those that did not receive dividends:

Please check your address on the block explorer. There are many instances in which your address funds are transferred to a hidden address in your wallet client whenever you send a TX from a staked input.

 block explorer Queried address :7BmanBJtSjXWPT3oBSnh8xPRTMwznW3fwS

how to do??


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 04:51:00 AM
To all those that did not receive dividends:

Please check your address on the block explorer. There are many instances in which your address funds are transferred to a hidden address in your wallet client whenever you send a TX from a staked input.

 block explorer Queried address :7BmanBJtSjXWPT3oBSnh8xPRTMwznW3fwS

how to do??

Anyway? I have registered
A transaction ID can query to,
Http://delta.investments/iao/?pcf=1#contact
Also left my BTC address


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 05:09:33 AM
To all those that did not receive dividends:

Please check your address on the block explorer. There are many instances in which your address funds are transferred to a hidden address in your wallet client whenever you send a TX from a staked input.

 block explorer Queried address :7BmanBJtSjXWPT3oBSnh8xPRTMwznW3fwS

how to do??

Anyway? I have registered
A transaction ID can query to,
Http://delta.investments/iao/?pcf=1#contact
Also left my BTC address


The available balance is now 0.
25K for accruals


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 04, 2016, 05:14:06 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 05:19:13 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

OMC Wallet display address:76aUS3QESwFaQ9i6BdmzZXAGV8THPirquF
Omicron Blockchain Explorer address:7BmanBJtSjXWPT3oBSnh8xPRTMwznW3fwS
BTC address:14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

Please help me to register。



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 04, 2016, 05:22:10 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 05:40:29 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.

Has been re-registered.
Please help me to confirm
OMC Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 04, 2016, 06:01:18 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.

Has been re-registered.
Please help me to confirm
OMC Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7


Everything seems alright. Also, recheck your address in the block explorer before I issue the next series of dividends, to make sure that none of your coins have been sent to a hidden address.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 11:30:35 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.

Has been re-registered.
Please help me to confirm
OMC Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7


Everything seems alright. Also, recheck your address in the block explorer before I issue the next series of dividends, to make sure that none of your coins have been sent to a hidden address.

Each time you send a coin, the address changes.
This is what I send 0.01 to the IAO address,
Query to the new address: 78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
Wallet Show Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
My BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

I do not use the OMC, please help me confirm whether the success of the next IAO?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 04, 2016, 11:37:38 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.

Has been re-registered.
Please help me to confirm
OMC Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7


Everything seems alright. Also, recheck your address in the block explorer before I issue the next series of dividends, to make sure that none of your coins have been sent to a hidden address.

Each time you send a coin, the address changes.
This is what I send 0.01 to the IAO address,
Query to the new address: 78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
Wallet Show Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
My BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

I do not use the OMC, please help me confirm whether the success of the next IAO?

The last round ICO is not registered successfully,
This  round helped me confirm,
Thank you


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 04, 2016, 12:13:05 PM
Each time you send a coin, the address changes.
This is what I send 0.01 to the IAO address,
Query to the new address: 78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
Wallet Show Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
My BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

I do not use the OMC, please help me confirm whether the success of the next IAO?

You registerd incorrectly, and it is not Gladimor's fault you wasn't able to register.

You should use Coin Control wallet feature, to ensure the coins stay at the same address. Enable Coin Control, and always specify your main registration address in the "Change address" field. I have written about that before: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1603994.msg16344799;topicseen#msg16344799.

Note this part:
Quote
Next time you send any transaction, use "Coin Control" features, and explicitly specify the "Change address" to be your registered OMC address!! You will find that field as soon as you turn on the Coin Control features and go to "Send" panel.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 04, 2016, 10:14:04 PM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.

Has been re-registered.
Please help me to confirm
OMC Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7


Everything seems alright. Also, recheck your address in the block explorer before I issue the next series of dividends, to make sure that none of your coins have been sent to a hidden address.

Each time you send a coin, the address changes.
This is what I send 0.01 to the IAO address,
Query to the new address: 78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
Wallet Show Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
My BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

I do not use the OMC, please help me confirm whether the success of the next IAO?

The last round ICO is not registered successfully,
This  round helped me confirm,
Thank you

How do I turn on coin control?

To control the inputs used in a payment, you need to enable coin control in your Omicron wallet.
Enabling coin control allows you to pick which inputs should be used to make a payment.

Follow these steps to insure you are sending a payment from Omicron to your single registered OMC Address

Enable coin control

- Open your Omicron wallet.
- Go to "Settings" > "Options"
- Click on "Display", and then select "Display coin control features".
- Check the box for Enable coin control features
- Click the OK button.
http://i.imgur.com/9I1Idw5.jpg


Select Inputs when sending funds

- From the Omicron wallet "Send coins" tab you should now see an "Coin Control Features" Inputs… button.
http://i.imgur.com/U1YNrIb.jpg
- Click the Inputs… button to see a list of all available funds.
- Check the box next to the funds you would like to use.
- Go to send screen and check the box "Custom change address"  and enter your registered OMC address
http://i.imgur.com/mRYXD57.jpg
- Safely send the funds using selected inputs to your single registered OMC Address.  

~CryptCo


Following is good documentation about Coin Control Features
http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control  (http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control)
http://cryptomining-blog.com/7778-using-the-coin-control-feature-of-your-gui-qt-wallet/ (http://cryptomining-blog.com/7778-using-the-coin-control-feature-of-your-gui-qt-wallet/)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 05, 2016, 02:50:01 AM
I have slightly changed the format of the registration form to ease future confusion.

Spendable:0.00OMC
Stake:25029.10327106OMC
Can not send
Can not IAO, how to do?

Please send your entire balance to a new address in your wallet. Then register the address via the website.

Has been re-registered.
Please help me to confirm
OMC Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7


Everything seems alright. Also, recheck your address in the block explorer before I issue the next series of dividends, to make sure that none of your coins have been sent to a hidden address.

Each time you send a coin, the address changes.
This is what I send 0.01 to the IAO address,
Query to the new address: 78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
Wallet Show Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
My BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

I do not use the OMC, please help me confirm whether the success of the next IAO?

The last round ICO is not registered successfully,
This  round helped me confirm,
Thank you

How do I turn on coin control?

To control the inputs used in a payment, you need to enable coin control in your Omicron wallet.
Enabling coin control allows you to pick which inputs should be used to make a payment.

Follow these steps to insure you are sending a payment from Omicron to your single registered OMC Address

Enable coin control

- Open your Omicron wallet.
- Go to "Settings" > "Options"
- Click on "Display", and then select "Display coin control features".
- Check the box for Enable coin control features
- Click the OK button.
http://i.imgur.com/9I1Idw5.jpg


Select Inputs when sending funds

- From the Omicron wallet "Send coins" tab you should now see an "Coin Control Features" Inputs… button.
http://i.imgur.com/U1YNrIb.jpg
- Click the Inputs… button to see a list of all available funds.
- Check the box next to the funds you would like to use.
- Go to send screen and check the box "Custom change address"  and enter your registered OMC address
http://i.imgur.com/mRYXD57.jpg
- Safely send the funds using selected inputs to your single registered OMC Address.  

~CryptCo


Following is good documentation about Coin Control Features
http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control  (http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control)
http://cryptomining-blog.com/7778-using-the-coin-control-feature-of-your-gui-qt-wallet/ (http://cryptomining-blog.com/7778-using-the-coin-control-feature-of-your-gui-qt-wallet/)

Thank you. I'll try.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 407713537 on October 05, 2016, 02:59:39 AM
Each time you send a coin, the address changes.
This is what I send 0.01 to the IAO address,
Query to the new address: 78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
Wallet Show Address: 7Jh4AkSrvKGniHM65X2SD4X3BkTZYRLsqT
My BTC Address: 14cFhKvqC3Rq9jr24x8kLY2vSXGo3toCe7

I do not use the OMC, please help me confirm whether the success of the next IAO?

You registerd incorrectly, and it is not Gladimor's fault you wasn't able to register.

You should use Coin Control wallet feature, to ensure the coins stay at the same address. Enable Coin Control, and always specify your main registration address in the "Change address" field. I have written about that before: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1603994.msg16344799;topicseen#msg16344799.

Note this part:
Quote
Next time you send any transaction, use "Coin Control" features, and explicitly specify the "Change address" to be your registered OMC address!! You will find that field as soon as you turn on the Coin Control features and go to "Send" panel.

thank


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 05, 2016, 08:18:26 AM
Wow, very fast day for trading. I wish augur was added on margin so we could have good interest on our lending part of investments. Anyway, there are and will be great oppurtunities for a couple of days and I wish Gladimor the best of luck.

Someone put a good chunk of omicron on Yobit and it is a very good entry point for someone who is thiking to invest and get dividends. There are 22,000 omicron between 9000-15000 satoshi. ;)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 05, 2016, 08:36:55 AM
Our first private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

20282.5063383 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 2.8 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.
Usually, I wouldn't do such low volume private sales, but it was to assist an IAO investor in increasing their OMC position, as they didn't wish to deposit on Yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 05, 2016, 05:18:33 PM
Any Omicron.conf file available? (RPC port & P2P port)
My OMC Wallet is out of sync  ~1300 blocks remaining
Thanks!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 05, 2016, 05:26:28 PM
Any Omicron.conf file available? (RPC port & P2P port)
My OMC Wallet is out of sync  ~1300 blocks remaining
Thanks!

There are 5 official addnodes in the OP:

Official OMC Nodes

Toronto (Seednode, don't need to add): 159.203.62.235

London: 138.68.148.172

Singapore: 139.59.228.205

Frankfurt: 46.101.167.84

San Fransisco: 107.170.221.177


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Bonzai on October 06, 2016, 06:42:40 PM
Omicron deserves more interest. Gladimor, do you have any plan for marketing, promotion? and also Bittrex would be better for trading. most of us don't want to use Yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 06, 2016, 09:34:53 PM
@Gladimor:

Can we see the great Wallet UI Design of Omicron back again in the next updates?


the Wallet UI has looked amazing, I loved it!
http://i.imgur.com/jqRm3MP.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/GNPBEbL.jpg


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: 0day on October 06, 2016, 09:42:32 PM
Omicron deserves more interest. Gladimor, do you have any plan for marketing, promotion? and also Bittrex would be better for trading. most of us don't want to use Yobit.

I think it has done a good marketing at their signature campaign and with that they got a good number of investors. maybe now they do not need to start any other campaign like that. but if they started any service with that coin then they will need marketing for that.

By the way it is going good, the coin is on its way to success.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 06, 2016, 10:07:46 PM
@Gladimor:

Can we see the great Wallet UI Design of Omicron back again in the next updates?


the Wallet UI has looked amazing, I loved it!
http://i.imgur.com/jqRm3MP.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/GNPBEbL.jpg

As a matter of fact, I'm looking for developers that could completely reformat the interface of the Omicron client. It would give OMC a unique touch.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 06, 2016, 10:35:12 PM
Btw please vet this developer. A developer or the one who creates the downloads can add subtle mistakes that can hardly be recognized that yet can result in coins being stolen. A very delicate task.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 06, 2016, 10:44:05 PM
well i bought some more coins in this dump. Let's see if it was a good idea or not.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: reginalkri on October 06, 2016, 11:17:43 PM
Negative trust value. Is this a scam coin?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: gordob on October 07, 2016, 06:29:32 AM
Negative trust value. Is this a scam coin?

No, far from it - look at the returns - speaks for itself )


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 07, 2016, 07:04:18 AM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 07, 2016, 01:51:59 PM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.

All that good, but with this approach the coin has no chance to rise on the market... As soon as someone wants to buy anything more than couple of 10.000 shares, he just buys from Gladimor  :-\

Gladimor gets the money and adds to trading fund (thats nice), all the rest get the dividends, but those dividends will not get bigger with the size of the fund growing (because the number of shareholders rises alongside with the size of the fund)... So for shareholders there is no value in those deals, but as a result coin price struggles to even keep at the ICO level

I believe coins should not be sold by Gladimor at those low rates (that is much lower than market rates!!, if we take into account the size of the sale). This just doesn't look good. Anyone else feels the same?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 07, 2016, 06:27:53 PM
I do agree with that. OMC market needs some liquidity and volume and if investors buy directly from gladimor the yobit market wont move. Btw i bougth more coins cuz i like this coin and i was expecting that the trading volume will increase in the future.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 07, 2016, 11:11:51 PM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.

All that good, but with this approach the coin has no chance to rise on the market... As soon as someone wants to buy anything more than couple of 10.000 shares, he just buys from Gladimor  :-\

Gladimor gets the money and adds to trading fund (thats nice), all the rest get the dividends, but those dividends will not get bigger with the size of the fund growing (because the number of shareholders rises alongside with the size of the fund)... So for shareholders there is no value in those deals, but as a result coin price struggles to even keep at the ICO level

I believe coins should not be sold by Gladimor at those low rates (that is much lower than market rates!!, if we take into account the size of the sale). This just doesn't look good. Anyone else feels the same?

I exactly feel the same. No one would be able to buy that amount of coins from the market. It should at least be 1.5x of the ICO price. If anyone else willing to buy shares, I can sell them some for 0.00013804 off market. ;)

Also with Yobit we will never move anywhere. It is kinda obvious. Yobit is full of ether, dash and lisk bots and placebo playing whale with his tiny 5 btc while faucet plebs beg for pump.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: marilyngroom on October 07, 2016, 11:12:47 PM
Is this like a clone of ICONOMI?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: marilyngroom on October 07, 2016, 11:14:16 PM
Negative trust value. Is this a scam coin?

Yeah, that looks pretty bad.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 07, 2016, 11:41:13 PM
Negative trust value. Is this a scam coin?

Yeah, that looks pretty bad.
The negative trust review by vod "Ran a ponzi that failed. Reference (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236976.0;all)" is unjustified, read more here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236976.msg16127041#msg16127041).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: kahir on October 07, 2016, 11:48:35 PM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.

All that good, but with this approach the coin has no chance to rise on the market... As soon as someone wants to buy anything more than couple of 10.000 shares, he just buys from Gladimor  :-\

Gladimor gets the money and adds to trading fund (thats nice), all the rest get the dividends, but those dividends will not get bigger with the size of the fund growing (because the number of shareholders rises alongside with the size of the fund)... So for shareholders there is no value in those deals, but as a result coin price struggles to even keep at the ICO level

I believe coins should not be sold by Gladimor at those low rates (that is much lower than market rates!!, if we take into account the size of the sale). This just doesn't look good. Anyone else feels the same?

I exactly feel the same. No one would be able to buy that amount of coins from the market. It should at least be 1.5x of the ICO price. If anyone else willing to buy shares, I can sell them some for 0.00013804 off market. ;)

Also with Yobit we will never move anywhere. It is kinda obvious. Yobit is full of ether, dash and lisk bots and placebo playing whale with his tiny 5 btc while faucet plebs beg for pump.

I believe there is gap right now in crypto need to be filled there is polo then there is trex ..then yobit .....each got style but something will change for sure not to mention most alts suffering the no volume thing right now...btc might surge soon caz of sigwet and sidechains also Zcash at doors soo yeah not looking good for altcoins


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 08, 2016, 12:10:21 AM
I have noted some of your comments regarding private deals. Sales will be priced differently in the future.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 08, 2016, 03:18:08 AM
I have noted some of your comments regarding private deals. Sales will be priced differently in the future.

having the BTC payments circulate through the ICO address wouldn't hurt.. for transparency's sake.




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: graviteta on October 08, 2016, 03:37:11 AM
Where can i buy some Omicron coins. Thanks


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 08, 2016, 03:38:52 AM
Where can i buy some Omicron coins. Thanks
https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 08, 2016, 07:47:50 AM
I have noted some of your comments regarding private deals. Sales will be priced differently in the future.

having the BTC payments circulate through the ICO address wouldn't hurt.. for transparency's sake.
Right.

I have a designated address for private sales, you can view all BTC deposits here:

https://blockchain.info/address/1GnE855hHxLkeAGzN2JfPRfbATw9G5HtXU


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on October 08, 2016, 10:23:07 AM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.

All that good, but with this approach the coin has no chance to rise on the market... As soon as someone wants to buy anything more than couple of 10.000 shares, he just buys from Gladimor  :-\

Gladimor gets the money and adds to trading fund (thats nice), all the rest get the dividends, but those dividends will not get bigger with the size of the fund growing (because the number of shareholders rises alongside with the size of the fund)... So for shareholders there is no value in those deals, but as a result coin price struggles to even keep at the ICO level

I believe coins should not be sold by Gladimor at those low rates (that is much lower than market rates!!, if we take into account the size of the sale). This just doesn't look good. Anyone else feels the same?

I exactly feel the same. No one would be able to buy that amount of coins from the market. It should at least be 1.5x of the ICO price. If anyone else willing to buy shares, I can sell them some for 0.00013804 off market. ;)

Also with Yobit we will never move anywhere. It is kinda obvious. Yobit is full of ether, dash and lisk bots and placebo playing whale with his tiny 5 btc while faucet plebs beg for pump.
I somewhat disagree here. First all those sales are still above IAO price so those sales are, if only slightly, rising the average amount of fund money available per share and thus helping everyone. This effect should increase in future:
I have noted some of your comments regarding private deals. Sales will be priced differently in the future.
1.5x ICO price minimum sounds good though.

In things market, there are not enough coins for sale for bigger deals and Gladimor already said the first deal was an exception for its too small number of coins with slightly above 20k, so anyone new not able or willing to go for 50k or even close to 100k coins will have do with the market in future. Then we as investors could raise the market price somewhat with buy orders as well if we are concerned about it. Then I don't think larger price explosions would help the coin much, it would look good for our investments but could deterrent potential new investors and attract short time pump traders instead. Some steady growth as further payouts are building up trust sounds better to me.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 08, 2016, 01:36:47 PM
In things market, there are not enough coins for sale for bigger deals and Gladimor already said the first deal was an exception for its too small number of coins with slightly above 20k, so anyone new not able or willing to go for 50k or even close to 100k coins will have do with the market in future. Then we as investors could raise the market price somewhat with buy orders as well if we are concerned about it. Then I don't think larger price explosions would help the coin much, it would look good for our investments but could deterrent potential new investors and attract short time pump traders instead. Some steady growth as further payouts are building up trust sounds better to me.


Private sells are all good, if the coin market price is not dipping below ICO levels. There will always be people who dump below their investment price by various reasons, so there should be enough buy pressure to keep the price on ICO level or higher. Private sells currently distract that buying power, and coin price falls. With price falling, new people get in at lower cost, and they will have much less ROI period, so soon they will start dumping the coin further. In any case its not right for the early investors getting worse rates than late ones. The people buying from dumps are those late ones, who get better deal.

Related to ICO investors buying all the dumped coins, well it depends on how much did you invest initially. If you think you invested less than you could, then yes, you would better buy now. As to me I have probably invested more than I should, and am thinking I would have done better if I just picked up from dumps instead of going in at the beginning.

Saying all that, yes 1.5 x ICO minimum sounds good enough. Those of us who invested for dividends, don't want big surges in price, so big private deals at that level are completely ok. The most important part is however - do not undermine buying pressure, so price would not dip too much too.

In any case, I believe Gladimor understands all that, and will choose the right way to go forward.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on October 09, 2016, 09:37:08 AM
Private sells are all good, if the coin market price is not dipping below ICO levels. There will always be people who dump below their investment price by various reasons, so there should be enough buy pressure to keep the price on ICO level or higher. Private sells currently distract that buying power, and coin price falls. With price falling, new people get in at lower cost, and they will have much less ROI period, so soon they will start dumping the coin further. In any case its not right for the early investors getting worse rates than late ones. The people buying from dumps are those late ones, who get better deal.

Related to ICO investors buying all the dumped coins, well it depends on how much did you invest initially. If you think you invested less than you could, then yes, you would better buy now. As to me I have probably invested more than I should, and am thinking I would have done better if I just picked up from dumps instead of going in at the beginning.

Saying all that, yes 1.5 x ICO minimum sounds good enough. Those of us who invested for dividends, don't want big surges in price, so big private deals at that level are completely ok. The most important part is however - do not undermine buying pressure, so there would not dip too much too.

In any case, I believe Gladimor understands all that, and will choose the right way to go forward.
Admittedly I didn't manage to free up enough funds to meet my investment target at IAO by far and thus those lower prices helped me out and I usually make it a habit to try and keep additional funds ready to make use of price drops. So I naturally have a different view on those matters and are usually only angry at myself to be too tight on funds then, but I completely understand your point. It's not a good thing for an ICO coin to drop below its ICO price and you're right that people getting in cheaper might leave earlier unless, like me, they're planning to stay for dividends. The good thing is the dividends are not paid in OMC, so while there are no buys by Gladimor there are no dumps of payouts as well, and Gladimor went for a decently low POS reward so no big dumps there too.

I agree, not undermining buying pressure is important, this a minimum price for private sales and a minimum size. Both of targets are met here I think, anything way above 20k OMC can't be reliably traded on the market, not in the time frame between payouts at least, so private trades of 50k and more are not hurting the buy pressure. Anyone going for 50k+ and paying premium for it will consider getting additional 10k or so for less if trading on (Yobit) market is an option at all. The investors who don't are an even better chance for OMC because it's way less likely thet dump there after all so it doesn't matter if they'd buy less. :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 10, 2016, 11:05:16 AM
Quote
Primarily, investments will be made into new coin launches as many have statistically proven to yield returns greater than mining costs upon exchange listing. Main altcoin trading will be done on high volume/liquidity exchanges, such as Poloniex.


Hopefully Gladimor has invested some of IAO trading capital in
Potcoin and Bellacoin on Poloniex.
The price skyrocketed in just one week.

http://i.imgur.com/F6qqxBW.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/yoHuyXb.jpg



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: btcdiggingmaster on October 10, 2016, 11:12:35 AM
Quote
Primarily, investments will be made into new coin launches as many have statistically proven to yield returns greater than mining costs upon exchange listing. Main altcoin trading will be done on high volume/liquidity exchanges, such as Poloniex.


Hopefully Gladimor has invested some of IAO trading capital in
the new Coins Potcoin and Bellacoin on Poloniex.
The price skyrocketed in just one week.

http://i.imgur.com/F6qqxBW.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/yoHuyXb.jpg



Where can i buy omicron coin other than yobit. Is there any other exchange that is listed.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 10, 2016, 11:27:21 AM


Where can i buy omicron coin other than yobit. Is there any other exchange that is listed.

just on Yobit and/or private sales


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 10, 2016, 11:42:51 AM
You have 3 options.

1- Buy on yobit
2- Buy in a private sell. If u want i can buy the coins for u and then i sent u the coins, i did this before.
3- Buy coins from gladimor. But right now the coins on yobit are under the ico price so its better if u try to buy there.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 10, 2016, 12:11:39 PM
In things market, there are not enough coins for sale for bigger deals and Gladimor already said the first deal was an exception for its too small number of coins with slightly above 20k, so anyone new not able or willing to go for 50k or even close to 100k coins will have do with the market in future. Then we as investors could raise the market price somewhat with buy orders as well if we are concerned about it. Then I don't think larger price explosions would help the coin much, it would look good for our investments but could deterrent potential new investors and attract short time pump traders instead. Some steady growth as further payouts are building up trust sounds better to me.


Private sells are all good, if the coin market price is not dipping below ICO levels. There will always be people who dump below their investment price by various reasons, so there should be enough buy pressure to keep the price on ICO level or higher. Private sells currently distract that buying power, and coin price falls. With price falling, new people get in at lower cost, and they will have much less ROI period, so soon they will start dumping the coin further. In any case its not right for the early investors getting worse rates than late ones. The people buying from dumps are those late ones, who get better deal.

Related to ICO investors buying all the dumped coins, well it depends on how much did you invest initially. If you think you invested less than you could, then yes, you would better buy now. As to me I have probably invested more than I should, and am thinking I would have done better if I just picked up from dumps instead of going in at the beginning.

Saying all that, yes 1.5 x ICO minimum sounds good enough. Those of us who invested for dividends, don't want big surges in price, so big private deals at that level are completely ok. The most important part is however - do not undermine buying pressure, so price would not dip too much too.

In any case, I believe Gladimor understands all that, and will choose the right way to go forward.

I couldn't agree with this more. While I'm happy to recieve dividends and staking non-stop since I got my first tokens, I would also like to see that buy pressure on the exchange. While Yobit shouldn't be a good example, we can still see more interest. I envy those who bought very low getting dividends. On the other hand, don't know if this is a big investor but someone keeps putting good chunk of coins between 9k and 11k.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 10, 2016, 01:08:44 PM
Agree to previous post,
Volume/ Buy and Sells  should be on Exchanges (Yobit) and not primarily on Private sells,
 so there would be a better chance to get listed to bigger Exchanges.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 10, 2016, 01:09:42 PM
I also staking non-stop since I got my OMC.

What has everyone found to be the best input size for OMC?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 10, 2016, 07:01:11 PM
I also staking non-stop since I got my OMC.

What has everyone found to be the best input size for OMC?

Not sure there is some specific optimal input size. Typically input size is important for coins which have fixed PoS reward. For Omicron I think input size is not that important.

Moreover the inputs split and join automatically, so you cannot control them, unless you modify the source code :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: cryptodv on October 10, 2016, 11:21:00 PM
Staking is not an option for me...I'm getting like 2 coins per day. I'm just going to put an order for some OMC


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: DarkStar1O9 on October 11, 2016, 01:16:46 AM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.

All that good, but with this approach the coin has no chance to rise on the market... As soon as someone wants to buy anything more than couple of 10.000 shares, he just buys from Gladimor  :-\

Gladimor gets the money and adds to trading fund (thats nice), all the rest get the dividends, but those dividends will not get bigger with the size of the fund growing (because the number of shareholders rises alongside with the size of the fund)... So for shareholders there is no value in those deals, but as a result coin price struggles to even keep at the ICO level

I believe coins should not be sold by Gladimor at those low rates (that is much lower than market rates!!, if we take into account the size of the sale). This just doesn't look good. Anyone else feels the same?

I exactly feel the same. No one would be able to buy that amount of coins from the market. It should at least be 1.5x of the ICO price. If anyone else willing to buy shares, I can sell them some for 0.00013804 off market. ;)

Also with Yobit we will never move anywhere. It is kinda obvious. Yobit is full of ether, dash and lisk bots and placebo playing whale with his tiny 5 btc while faucet plebs beg for pump.

I believe there is gap right now in crypto need to be filled there is polo then there is trex ..then yobit .....each got style but something will change for sure not to mention most alts suffering the no volume thing right now...btc might surge soon caz of sigwet and sidechains also Zcash at doors soo yeah not looking good for altcoins

A little off topic, but crypto is still fairly new and I see it as many companies in it all together so there's still plenty of work to be done. Bitcoin is not gonna go flying by itself and the false rivalry mentality should be let go of these days.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 11, 2016, 01:14:44 PM
when is the next dividend payment?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 11, 2016, 03:06:06 PM
when is the next dividend payment?

Around Saturday/ Sunday, I guess


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 11, 2016, 03:12:42 PM
How do I turn on coin control?

To control the inputs used in a payment, you need to enable coin control in your Omicron wallet.
Enabling coin control allows you to pick which inputs should be used to make a payment.

Follow these steps to insure you are sending a payment from Omicron to your single registered OMC Address

Enable coin control

- Open your Omicron wallet.
- Go to "Settings" > "Options"
- Click on "Display", and then select "Display coin control features".
- Check the box for Enable coin control features
- Click the OK button.
http://i.imgur.com/9I1Idw5.jpg


Select Inputs when sending funds

- From the Omicron wallet "Send coins" tab you should now see an "Coin Control Features" Inputs… button.
http://i.imgur.com/U1YNrIb.jpg
- Click the Inputs… button to see a list of all available funds.
- Check the box next to the funds you would like to use.
- Go to send screen and check the box "Custom change address"  and enter your registered OMC address
http://i.imgur.com/mRYXD57.jpg
- Safely send the funds using selected inputs to your single registered OMC Address.  

~CryptCo


Following is good documentation about Coin Control Features
http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control  (http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control)
http://cryptomining-blog.com/7778-using-the-coin-control-feature-of-your-gui-qt-wallet/ (http://cryptomining-blog.com/7778-using-the-coin-control-feature-of-your-gui-qt-wallet/)

Reminder:

Those who have registered OMC address for dividends between the second round, make sure you send your entire balance to the registered address in your wallet.
Instructions using COIN CONTROL see above.

More about "How to receive dividends?"
see http://delta.investments/iao/ (http://delta.investments/iao/)

~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on October 11, 2016, 04:15:59 PM
Really interesting idea with altcoin bearing btc interest! I've bought some yesterday and hopefully add few more before the Saturday balance snapshot. I hope, I've done addy registration right :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 11, 2016, 04:18:42 PM
when is the next dividend payment?

Around Saturday/ Sunday, I guess
Probably not this one. Next one. Since it's biweekly, not weekly dividends.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on October 11, 2016, 04:27:30 PM
when is the next dividend payment?

Around Saturday/ Sunday, I guess
Probably not this one. Next one. Since it's biweekly, not weekly dividends.
Seems like it should be this one - last biweekly dividend has been paid during weekend of Oct 1-2, but I have info just from this thread so it might be wrong. Let's see if OP confirms or not...


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 11, 2016, 05:52:14 PM
when is the next dividend payment?

Around Saturday/ Sunday, I guess
Probably not this one. Next one. Since it's biweekly, not weekly dividends.
Seems like it should be this one - last biweekly dividend has been paid during weekend of Oct 1-2, but I have info just from this thread so it might be wrong. Let's see if OP confirms or not...
Right. I messed that up. Sorry about that.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 11, 2016, 05:52:48 PM
when is the next dividend payment?

Around Saturday/ Sunday, I guess
Probably not this one. Next one. Since it's biweekly, not weekly dividends.
Seems like it should be this one - last biweekly dividend has been paid during weekend of Oct 1-2, but I have info just from this thread so it might be wrong. Let's see if OP confirms or not...
Yeah last one has been paid Oct 02, so it should be Oct 15/16


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 11, 2016, 07:35:30 PM
Really interesting idea with altcoin bearing btc interest! I've bought some yesterday and hopefully add few more before the Saturday balance snapshot. I hope, I've done addy registration right :)

Don't forget that u need to own a min of 10000 omc to get dividend.
before the payment I imagine that the price will rise since traders need to have their coins in the wallet and not in the exchange. That would take alot of the coins out of the market.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 13, 2016, 10:53:55 PM
not too much action in this thread. We are getting close to the dividend payment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 14, 2016, 12:27:14 AM
Transparency and Solvency

Trust is a major issue in the unregulated industry that cryptocurrency is. The Omicron investment platform will prove solvency biweekly, by revealing copies of trading summaries, balance statements, and further evidence that OMC is solvent and paying from revenue, not from capital. Independent audits by high profile members of the Bitcoin community will be allowed every 2-3 months to make sure that data provided biweekly is accurate and not forged or modified in any way.
Who will be those high profile members of the Bitcoin community?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 14, 2016, 10:47:18 PM
Quote from the Dev

Payments should be coming either tomorrow or Saturday (coinciding with OMC dividend payouts). All late payments will have their excess returns from the overdue days.

 
Sounds good!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: cryptodv on October 14, 2016, 11:30:06 PM
What was the average divided payment  ???


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 15, 2016, 12:19:04 AM
What was the average divided payment  ???

The average dividend payout for the first 2-week period was 0.00001105 BTC per OMC. And the next dividend payout is in these days.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on October 15, 2016, 04:05:23 AM
What was the average divided payment  ???

Last dividend is 1105 sats per OMC, it may differ every 2 week depends on the profit/loss :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 15, 2016, 07:40:18 PM
Been silent here lately. Gladimor are we getting dividends today? Would be awesome.  :-* ;)

What was the average divided payment  ???

But keep in mind that you need at lesat 10,000 omicron to be able to recieve dividends. It might take some time to accumulate that amount on yobit.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 15, 2016, 07:50:08 PM
It would be good to know when the second series of dividend payments will be issued.

 The largest guesstimated Wallets are:
http://i.imgur.com/l7aBgEm.jpg
see https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/#!wallets (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/#!wallets)

Edit: and I hold one of them :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on October 16, 2016, 03:30:06 AM
Here is the list of addresses due for payments. If you address is not here, please resubmit it.

73QfpeicLVauqycbFDjbDNa7i5ciY5uDZb
7NtqSXEzAhwJXW5UrxXTHA5yFxteADCpTR  
7KbT4rX2MKnJvRGaLJrG1PBpPi98pCRVJp  
7GvqQh9gMBq8wCffq27EuCEByN7iy13HRK  
7Lj82QeJF1fKJZVSnjnrTTJBxjrYn6hnz1  
74VX57RhY9kLtg3JWkj3MykTRBpQnKyPMq  
7MkoUDWzZH6npCSpzm9JtbwPGjJkcy9nit  
7Ey3214FenfTwZZognXCdUmWrq43urFwRL  
76exZe5SG97BXD3sxAUEd3c38pjcvPS397  
7AQfiiJHvtw5NGat7GGiMbaN2ak92SnZgo
78NQXVjeHaBKDxNCNUv6V5nqcpTu3mU3fF
7K57ebuVEhSXmS7Pdx8UjrVtvVY6FLvGru
7JhBwN4xhrNNKA2dWkvN846BDqnrvZ7Rxj
7EDxU4zmBDKdgDZZZPDnm3dp8vnxK9zkL9
7Lvjjkco6GHsPLiwskv28mfvsCQAFbFQbT  
76zkxB6NxWFvfwXShGzXioEG8igSoRUDbZ
77rdE5jCy8DQj1VjUGQMsRq4YPE9XfBwEc
79qWf2LrBzqH4etMD4AQnwvCpshMBudK7z
7B8cnWESihbxSQt6MuZLUk61vPGk6DRfgU


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 16, 2016, 03:53:00 AM
A total of 11.1595164803 BTC has been sent to a total of 19 registered balances (1349397.39786 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000827 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/ANmO3ST.jpg





Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 16, 2016, 04:27:42 AM

Received my dividend. Not bad  :)

starting to like this capital pool thing for the alt scene, thanks!



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 16, 2016, 04:57:13 AM

Some basic math says that so far it is around 4% average bi-weekly ROI in BTC  plus/minus the asset value at market rates.

Should be interesting when/if the asset price gains some traction.............

 





Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 16, 2016, 09:59:52 AM
A total of 11.1595164803 BTC has been sent to a total of 19 registered balances (1349397.39786 OMC). The average dividend payout for the first 2-week period is 0.00000827 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/ANmO3ST.jpg






`WOW thanks!!'
Good Job!
Received my Dividends!!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: olcaytu2005 on October 16, 2016, 10:38:20 AM
A total of 11.1595164803 BTC has been sent to a total of 19 registered balances (1349397.39786 OMC). The average dividend payout for the first 2-week period is 0.00000827 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/ANmO3ST.jpg





Thanks Gladimor, I want to confirm that I recieved my dividend aswell. This looks good and still a hidden gem. ;) Fortunetly for someone that wants to get a share, there are enough coins on sale below 15000 satoshi at Yobit. Someone can still get in or increase their stake. I've already got my %20 investment back. I think anything below 20k satoshi is a steal.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 16, 2016, 11:36:38 AM
I just recieved my dividends  ;D Soooo happy!!. Its funny how all those ico's scam in yobit recieve alot of btc w/out giving back nothing and omc doesnt have trading volume lol. This is by far one of the best coins out there. Since i bought alot of coins that people dumped in yobit at 4k-6k range i cover around 40% my original investment in a month  :D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on October 16, 2016, 01:00:54 PM
Good job and thanks Gladimor, and I received the dividends as well.  :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 16, 2016, 01:02:36 PM
Can also confirm to have received my dividends! Thanks, Adam, great job!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: cryptodev2014 on October 16, 2016, 02:27:53 PM
Thats looking real good .


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 18, 2016, 08:20:52 AM
A total of 11.1595164803 BTC has been sent to a total of 19 registered balances (1349397.39786 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000827 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/ANmO3ST.jpg





Why not take a portion of the profits to buy back some OMC on the markets/ or to support OMC on the buy side?
I would say 10% of the bi-weekly profits.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: dzejmsdin on October 20, 2016, 08:35:29 PM
I received a dividend also... this is great... thanks a lot!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on October 20, 2016, 11:35:16 PM

Why not take a portion of the profits to buy back some OMC on the markets/ or to support OMC on the buy side?
I would say 10% of the bi-weekly profits.
Something like buying coins up to a price of 12k and building up some buy wall there and, to not drain the market, put the bought coins up for sale at 15k to 18k and profits go into the investment pool? Fine by me, and I do want to buy more coins so I'm not really helping me by saying so. :)

I wonder why anyone would still sell OMC for less than ICO price, though.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: dwyer17 on October 21, 2016, 03:09:55 AM
I received a dividend also... this is great... thanks a lot!

Was I supposed to see a dividend on the 16th? I didn't receive anything.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: wavespump on October 21, 2016, 03:14:31 AM
A total of 11.1595164803 BTC has been sent to a total of 19 registered balances (1349397.39786 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000827 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/ANmO3ST.jpg





OP is so legit, he is a good and honest trader, and investor, you guys invest his ico are rich now, very good profit in 2 weeks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Updated on October 21, 2016, 09:42:46 AM
Anyway that neg trust still looks bad.  :'(


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: HeroHesapSatis on October 21, 2016, 03:40:40 PM
Hey there, if anyone doesnt wanna use Yobit, I want to sell some of my stash. I have 6000 omicron for sale at 0.00011 btc. We will be using escrow. Hit me up with Pm if you have an offer.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 21, 2016, 04:04:46 PM
I received a dividend also... this is great... thanks a lot!

Was I supposed to see a dividend on the 16th? I didn't receive anything.

You need to have a min of 10000 omc to get dividend and in ur wallet w a registered address.

Even w/ some people dumping i still feel this is one of the few coins that is worth to hold in the long run. If the price keeps going down the dividend u will get its going to be higher and buy pressure will appear.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 21, 2016, 09:31:43 PM
Hey there, if anyone doesnt wanna use Yobit, I want to sell some of my stash. I have 6000 omicron for sale at 0.00011 btc. We will be using escrow. Hit me up with Pm if you have an offer.

Why just 6000 OMC? You could buy about 20000 omicron on Yobit right now for price cheaper than 0.00010 btc (thats easy part), and resell for 0.00011 (thats the hard part). More than 10% immediate profit!  ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 21, 2016, 10:15:45 PM
Even w/ some people dumping i still feel this is one of the few coins that is worth to hold in the long run. If the price keeps going down the dividend u will get its going to be higher and buy pressure will appear.
Yes. OMC is the only coin where I do not mind if I cannot sell with a profit, because when I hold I get dividends.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: HeroHesapSatis on October 22, 2016, 08:10:37 AM
Hey there, if anyone doesnt wanna use Yobit, I want to sell some of my stash. I have 6000 omicron for sale at 0.00011 btc. We will be using escrow. Hit me up with Pm if you have an offer.

Why just 6000 OMC? You could buy about 20000 omicron on Yobit right now for price cheaper than 0.00010 btc (thats easy part), and resell for 0.00011 (thats the hard part). More than 10% immediate profit!  ;D

Alright, im lowering my offer to 0.000095 btc per omc, I have 6000 for sale for someone that doesnt wanna use Yobit. We can use Gladimor as escrow.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: MoneyJ on October 22, 2016, 12:50:24 PM
This seems to be legit but still not so may exchanges are catering this coin. I will just have to wait until more exchange support Omicron.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Bonzai on October 22, 2016, 07:56:29 PM
How can i register for dividend?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on October 22, 2016, 08:28:34 PM
How can i register for dividend?

It is described here: http://delta.investments/iao/ (http://delta.investments/iao/).

Also read this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1603994.msg16456772;topicseen#msg16456772 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1603994.msg16456772;topicseen#msg16456772). It will help you to register correctly, to make sure your funds do not move to change address during registration (when you send the 0.01 OMC).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 23, 2016, 01:03:53 AM
Hey there, if anyone doesnt wanna use Yobit, I want to sell some of my stash. I have 6000 omicron for sale at 0.00011 btc. We will be using escrow. Hit me up with Pm if you have an offer.

Why just 6000 OMC? You could buy about 20000 omicron on Yobit right now for price cheaper than 0.00010 btc (thats easy part), and resell for 0.00011 (thats the hard part). More than 10% immediate profit!  ;D

Alright, im lowering my offer to 0.000095 btc per omc, I have 6000 for sale for someone that doesnt wanna use Yobit. We can use Gladimor as escrow.
Been following all this thread... Why assume Gladimor wants to escrow it? It's not a rewarding/profitable task. If he wants, cool, if not, you need another escrow.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on October 25, 2016, 08:45:52 PM
Hi all  :) Decided to buy in after watching Delta and Omicron literally for months.
Been chatting with Adam too, dude is legit.
Looking forward to hearing more re: future projects.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 25, 2016, 08:55:37 PM
Hi all  :) Decided to buy in after watching Delta and Omicron literally for months.
Been chatting with Adam too, dude is legit.
Looking forward to hearing more re: future projects.

I was ready to be played but so far it has been a pleasant surprise given the scene we are in with scams of all different shapes and sizes.

So far so good

Gather round brothers and sisters, gather round.....

may the trading gods be on gladimors side  :) ....... also may his darker demons be contained.

AMEN.

Dismissed.



Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 29, 2016, 12:05:03 PM
24 Volume: 25.7 BTC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
and 24High: 0.00098998 BTC !!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on October 29, 2016, 12:18:44 PM
24 Volume: 25.7 BTC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
and 24High: 0.00098998 BTC !!

that is like x 10 times of the average price LOL


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on October 29, 2016, 12:38:21 PM
I'm glad this coin is getting more attention  :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: axrhuls on October 29, 2016, 12:49:06 PM
24 Volume: 25.7 BTC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
and 24High: 0.00098998 BTC !!

that is like x 10 times of the average price LOL

Big gains, what is the ico price, btw?  :o :o 


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 29, 2016, 01:10:28 PM
24 Volume: 25.7 BTC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
and 24High: 0.00098998 BTC !!

that is like x 10 times of the average price LOL

Big gains, what is the ico price, btw?  :o :o  


The price of 1 OMC was set at 0.00012000 BTC per coin, with a tiered discount system throughout the 2-week IAO period.  


Quote
Original price per coin: 0.00012000 BTC (9.3M coins available for IAO) [ended]

Days 0-3 (Sept. 3, 10 PM to Sept. 6, 10 PM): 25% discount (0.00009000 BTC per OMC) [ended]

Days 3-6 (Sept. 6, 10 PM to Sept. 9, 10 PM): 15% discount (0.00010200 BTC per OMC) [ended]

Days 6-9 (Sept. 9, 10 PM to Sept. 12, 10 PM): 5% discount (0.00011400 BTC per OMC) [ended]

Days 9-14 (Sept. 12, 10 PM to Sept. 17, 10 PM): No discount (0.00012000 BTC per OMC) [ended]



http://i.imgur.com/tigHkg7.jpg
 


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on October 29, 2016, 05:17:59 PM
Guys, do I get it right, that we shall have dividends payment today/tomorrow ? Thanks for reply.
Best wishes to all OMC holders :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 29, 2016, 09:28:47 PM
Guys, do I get it right, that we shall have dividends payment today/tomorrow ? Thanks for reply.
Best wishes to all OMC holders :)

Yeah, you're right. Dividends should be issued this weekend.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: coinmenace on October 29, 2016, 09:37:27 PM
24 Volume: 25.7 BTC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC
and 24High: 0.00098998 BTC !!

that is like x 10 times of the average price LOL

what a pump. maybe someone made some profit on zcash.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on October 30, 2016, 04:58:56 PM

Yeah, you're right. Dividends should be issued this weekend.

Excellent, thank you for reply. Looking forward to receive OMC dividends - hopefully today :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 30, 2016, 08:22:23 PM

Has anyone already received the third series of dividend payments?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on October 30, 2016, 09:44:51 PM

Has anyone already received the third series of dividend payments?
I guess nobody yet, but looking forward to it, hopefully Gladimor sends it today.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on October 30, 2016, 10:45:15 PM

Has anyone already received the third series of dividend payments?
I guess nobody yet, but looking forward to it, hopefully Gladimor sends it today.

Yes he shared on Slack that it will be later today.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on October 31, 2016, 12:18:39 AM
https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/

Quote
gladimor [12:25 AM] 
@channel anyone else not able to connect to Bitcointalk?

[12:25] 
Trying to update dividend info but can't access msgs due to BCT being down.

[12:28] 
If I'm unable to connect, I'll have to postpone dividend issuance till tomorrow morning, in 15 hours.

[12:30] 
However, I can inform you all that dividends for this period are over 1K satoshis per OMC.

Good times. Just a little patience.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on October 31, 2016, 02:58:40 AM
I got mine! Pretty good portion this time :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on October 31, 2016, 03:15:08 AM
yessir I got fresh, unadulterated, organic, homegrown virgin BTCitcoins in my wallet ;D

Thanks!




Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on October 31, 2016, 04:27:25 AM
A total of 16.9530992099 BTC has been sent to a total of 20 registered balances (1465263.5445 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00001157 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/OjaNqOK.png

http://i.imgur.com/DJLO5FK.png

Due note that this bi-weekly period was very unique. The fund experienced a loss close to -0.00002000 BTC per OMC early on during the week. The amount was recovered quickly, and a healthy return was made for investors.





Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on October 31, 2016, 10:11:44 AM
A total of 16.9530992099 BTC has been sent to a total of 20 registered balances (1465263.5445 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00001157 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/OjaNqOK.png

http://i.imgur.com/DJLO5FK.png

Due note that this bi-weekly period was very unique. The fund experienced a loss close to -0.00002000 BTC per OMC early on during the week. The amount was recovered quickly, and a healthy return was made for investors.






Received my Dividends!! Thanks!!
Good Job again! :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: StrokeOfLife on October 31, 2016, 10:30:26 AM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on October 31, 2016, 09:06:01 PM
I found some nice and tidy dividends in my wallet today, thanks Gladimor. :)

Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Indeed you need at least 10,000 OMC to qualify for dividends. That means either saving up or finding some mining/POS pool owner who's able and willing to set up a POS pool and register it for dividends and manage the payouts.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Wapinter on October 31, 2016, 09:26:20 PM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on October 31, 2016, 10:04:21 PM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest

Both,
Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake// (>Interest).
This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis.// (>Dividends)
The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: StrokeOfLife on November 01, 2016, 01:21:37 AM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest

Both,
Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake// (>Interest).
This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis.// (>Dividends)
The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.


So this means that my 0.4BTC is qualified for the yearly payout of 5% interest but not the trading Dividends?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: proletariat on November 01, 2016, 02:25:06 AM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest

Both,
Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake// (>Interest).
This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis.// (>Dividends)
The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.


So this means that my 0.4BTC is qualified for the yearly payout of 5% interest but not the trading Dividends?

1) It is a normal PoS coin where you stake 5% annually - any OMC quantity can stake eventually.

2) you will receive one share of the dividend per 10K coins.

So say you had bought 10K coins 2 weeks ago, you would have staked a fraction here and a fraction there and yesterday you would have received around 0.1BTC in two weeks (return varies according to gladimors performance) but so far it has been around that average


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on November 01, 2016, 04:41:03 AM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest

Both,
Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake// (>Interest).
This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis.// (>Dividends)
The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.


So this means that my 0.4BTC is qualified for the yearly payout of 5% interest but not the trading Dividends?

Both Interest and Dividends only apply when you own over 10000 Omicrons, so unless you convert your BTC to Omicron, you will be able to get neither Interest nor Dividends.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on November 02, 2016, 06:49:02 AM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest

Both,
Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake// (>Interest).
This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis.// (>Dividends)
The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.


So this means that my 0.4BTC is qualified for the yearly payout of 5% interest but not the trading Dividends?

Both Interest and Dividends only apply when you own over 10000 Omicrons, so unless you convert your BTC to Omicron, you will be able to get neither Interest nor Dividends.
No, for dividends you need those 10,000 Omicrons. For PoS interest even 1 coin should stake eventually but having somewhat more is advisable.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Second dividends issued: 827 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on November 02, 2016, 08:13:50 AM
Hi all,

As Adam has just closed the D.I program on Investor Game based section, I have 0.4BTC to buy Omicron.
I'm still unclear if 0.4 BTC is able to buy OMC to receive any interest, or I need to have 10,000 OMC to get the interest?
10,000 OMC is too much for me right now unfortunately.
Is it a dividend or interest?The title of this thread says dividend and there is a difference in dividend and interest

Both,
Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake// (>Interest).
This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis.// (>Dividends)
The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.


So this means that my 0.4BTC is qualified for the yearly payout of 5% interest but not the trading Dividends?

Both Interest and Dividends only apply when you own over 10000 Omicrons, so unless you convert your BTC to Omicron, you will be able to get neither Interest nor Dividends.
No, for dividends you need those 10,000 Omicrons. For PoS interest even 1 coin should stake eventually but having somewhat more is advisable.

Yes true, sorry. What I wanted to say was he will not get dividends holding on to btc. :P


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on November 05, 2016, 05:45:06 PM
Want to dump your OMC? I want to buy up to 57,000 OMC. I can pay up to 4 BTC. Also smaller trades possible.

BUY: 0.00007 BTC / OMC.

escrow: YES

(7000 sats per OMC.)

PM me if interested!

escrow:

- Reputable escrow. Once someone is interested we can ask SebastianJU.
- We share escrow fee.
- I will tell you and escrow my OMC address.
- I will send my BTC to escrow.
- You will receive confirmation from escow that escrow has received the BTC payment.
- You will send OMC to my OMC address.
- We wait for enough confirmations. (100 confirmations that should take at maximum one day.)
- Me and escrow will check in OMC block explorer.
- Escrow will release BTC to buyer.

That way escrow does not have to install a wallet on its own computer since OMC is not that popular.

Does that way to escrow seem fair and sound?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on November 08, 2016, 06:27:22 AM
There were 2 private sales at 0.00017000 BTC each for respectively 14,705.8823529 and 10,000 OMC.

The amount of 4.2 BTC has been added to the trading fund.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on November 08, 2016, 09:26:21 AM
Buying up to 100k OMC @12000 sats. Will use trusted escrow to protect both sides of the deal.
If you are interested, let me know.
Thanks.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on November 09, 2016, 09:45:11 PM
Can we have any other exchange please? I don't trust yobit.net. Could scam and run with all funds any moment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on November 09, 2016, 09:54:07 PM
Awesome. OMC is listed on coinmarketcap!

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/omicron/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 09, 2016, 10:03:32 PM
Can we have any other exchange please? I don't trust yobit.net. Could scam and run with all funds any moment.


Would be very nice to have another Exchange (bittrex)

Nice Buy Support on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

http://i.imgur.com/2VEgRMg.jpg


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 09, 2016, 10:06:59 PM
Is anyone interested to get OMC added to www.PosWallet.com online staking pool?
Quote
Why POSWallet.com?

Bringing cryptocurrencies to the masses is a crucial step towards integration into society. Running a local copy of a wallet is cumbersome and requires the computer to always be on for Proof-of-Stake coins. POSWallet.com solves this problem by creating a place to store your virtual coins in a secure environment while earning interest at the same time!

Getting started is very easy and simply requires you to register below.

Benefits of POSWallet.com

    Extra security - manual review and balances matched in cold wallet for protection
    Store your coins in an online wallet and benefit from group staking
    Ability to send coins anywhere in the world, instantly
    Low transaction fees - you keep the coins you stake. Fees pay for the faucets.
    Bounties for users that report bugs/suggestions.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on November 09, 2016, 10:10:55 PM
POSWallet seems like it would weaken the security of the blockchain. And I would not park any coins there if I had no assurance on technological level (cryptography, blockchain) that they cannot scam and run with my coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 10, 2016, 11:23:29 AM
Really interesting idea with altcoin bearing btc interest! I've bought some yesterday and hopefully add few more before the Saturday balance snapshot. I hope, I've done addy registration right :)

Don't forget that u need to own a min of 10000 omc to get dividend.
before the payment I imagine that the price will rise since traders need to have their coins in the wallet and not in the exchange. That would take alot of the coins out of the market.

The OMC Price is ~200% UP and good Buy support

http://i.imgur.com/WYkbE5L.jpg


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 10, 2016, 11:28:51 AM
A private sale on remaining OMC IAO funds have been finalized:

95255.34226730 OMC @ 0.00013805 BTC/OMC

The delivered amount of 13.15 BTC has been added to the IAO trading capital.

All that good, but with this approach the coin has no chance to rise on the market... As soon as someone wants to buy anything more than couple of 10.000 shares, he just buys from Gladimor  :-\

Gladimor gets the money and adds to trading fund (thats nice), all the rest get the dividends, but those dividends will not get bigger with the size of the fund growing (because the number of shareholders rises alongside with the size of the fund)... So for shareholders there is no value in those deals, but as a result coin price struggles to even keep at the ICO level

I believe coins should not be sold by Gladimor at those low rates (that is much lower than market rates!!, if we take into account the size of the sale). This just doesn't look good. Anyone else feels the same?

I exactly feel the same. No one would be able to buy that amount of coins from the market. It should at least be 1.5x of the ICO price. If anyone else willing to buy shares, I can sell them some for 0.00013804 off market. ;)

Also with Yobit we will never move anywhere. It is kinda obvious. Yobit is full of ether, dash and lisk bots and placebo playing whale with his tiny 5 btc while faucet plebs beg for pump.

I believe there is gap right now in crypto need to be filled there is polo then there is trex ..then yobit .....each got style but something will change for sure not to mention most alts suffering the no volume thing right now...btc might surge soon caz of sigwet and sidechains also Zcash at doors soo yeah not looking good for altcoins



There were 2 private sales at 0.00017000 BTC each for respectively 14,705.8823529 and 10,000 OMC.

The amount of 4.2 BTC has been added to the trading fund.

I think the price for private sales should be set higher now, at least at 0.00020000 BTC


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - First dividends issued: 1105 sats/OMC
Post by: gordob on November 10, 2016, 03:59:16 PM
Really interesting idea with altcoin bearing btc interest! I've bought some yesterday and hopefully add few more before the Saturday balance snapshot. I hope, I've done addy registration right :)

Don't forget that u need to own a min of 10000 omc to get dividend.
before the payment I imagine that the price will rise since traders need to have their coins in the wallet and not in the exchange. That would take alot of the coins out of the market.

The OMC Price is ~200% UP and good Buy support

http://i.imgur.com/WYkbE5L.jpg

I don't think it counts if there are multiple purchases like this to inflate the price "BUY    0.00035555    1.19296683"


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on November 12, 2016, 09:50:09 AM
guys, blockchain seems freezed - no new tx for over 2hrs. I have stuck unconfirmed tx. What is going on ? No one staking ? thx for an update @Gladimor.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on November 12, 2016, 12:08:28 PM
guys, blockchain seems freezed - no new tx for over 2hrs. I have stuck unconfirmed tx. What is going on ? No one staking ? thx for an update @Gladimor.

Nothing special (nothing to worry about) :)
One of the huge wallets staked (probably was opened after a while, just to stake, then closed again), so diff (net weight) is sky high at the moment. This will resolve itself very soon, as smaller stakers will be able to mint a block sooner or later.
Its 5 hours already the chain is stuck, but I guess it'll move in couple of hours.

If we want to avoid such disruptions in chain movement, it would be better for Gladimor to disable staking on his wallet containing unsold coins.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on November 12, 2016, 03:56:34 PM
Seems all back to normal.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 12, 2016, 05:43:17 PM
 :) Dividends should be issued this weekend. :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 12, 2016, 05:43:57 PM
Seems all back to normal.

yeah all back to normal, blockchain is moving


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on November 13, 2016, 10:00:03 PM
Nothing special (nothing to worry about) :)
Thanks @drays for reply & explanation!
I confirm, everything is ok, tx went through.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: Cryptco on November 14, 2016, 12:06:07 PM
How are BTC dividend-yields accrued and issued?

BTC dividends will be funded every 2 weeks through trading on the volatile altcoin market as well as lending capital for margin-trading exchanges (stable interest). The loan interest guarantees a biweekly issuance of dividends, while the altcoin trading revenue is a major bonus, many times greater than loan yields. The trading yields aren't guaranteed biweekly as there may be an occurrence where there is a net loss during the timeframe. A minimum balance of 10,000 OMC in an address will be required to qualify for dividend yields. A BTC address must be associated with the OMC address, which will be done through the main website, and soon through the Omicron client itself.

Has anyone received fourth dividend-yields ?
Should be issued soon :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on November 14, 2016, 02:19:34 PM
Has anyone received fourth dividend-yields ?
Should be issued soon :)

Not yet, hopefully Gladimor will send it soon - he's probably waiting for the best time to close his trades in profit :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on November 14, 2016, 04:59:54 PM
Has anyone received fourth dividend-yields ?
Should be issued soon :)

Not yet, hopefully Gladimor will send it soon - he's probably waiting for the best time to close his trades in profit :)

The average dividends will be yield within 1k satoshi per omc right?

As base on past few weeks, is there chance it will be more than that?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Third dividends issued: 1157 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on November 14, 2016, 05:19:31 PM
https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/
Quote
gladimor   [11:43 AM] 
Hey, sorry for the delay

[11:44] 
Dividends will be within the next 24 hours.

[11:44] 
Was outside for most of the day.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on November 15, 2016, 12:26:23 AM
A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/gxEwumi.png

I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.





Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Cryptco on November 15, 2016, 12:30:03 AM
A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/gxEwumi.png

I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.



Received  my BTC Dividends and a big THANK YOU! again :)
~CryptCo


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: puremage111 on November 15, 2016, 02:49:48 AM
A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/gxEwumi.png

I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.






wow seems that you did start on mining for a stable dividend payments, good luck! Hoping both your mining and trading will bring great profit to your investor


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Tortoise75 on November 15, 2016, 06:45:23 AM
A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/gxEwumi.png

I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.



Received  my BTC Dividends and a big THANK YOU! again :)
~CryptCo
So did I and a big thank you to Gladimor indeed. :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on November 16, 2016, 02:41:03 AM
Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 16, 2016, 11:28:20 AM
Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

is there anyway to always keep updated with the private price without asking you every time , cause I don't want to bother you with my constant questions
I'm trying to get some cheap OMC on yobit , it's really hard to catch good deals but so far I was able to collect 400 OMC with only 0.05 btc
the price was swinging between 15K-10K , but that 400 was the only I could got due the low supply in yobit
now cheapest price is 25K


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on November 16, 2016, 11:36:12 AM
Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

is there anyway to always keep updated with the private price without asking you every time , cause I don't want to bother you with my constant questions
I'm trying to get some cheap OMC on yobit , it's really hard to catch good deals but so far I was able to collect 400 OMC with only 0.05 btc
the price was swinging between 15K-10K , but that 400 was the only I could got due the low supply in yobit
now cheapest price is 25K

you might need to approach him tho as the price varies different by alot factors, pump and dump, dividends made, uptrend coins movement and so. Just make an order in yobit, hope it filled for you good luck!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 16, 2016, 03:01:30 PM
Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

is there anyway to always keep updated with the private price without asking you every time , cause I don't want to bother you with my constant questions
I'm trying to get some cheap OMC on yobit , it's really hard to catch good deals but so far I was able to collect 400 OMC with only 0.05 btc
the price was swinging between 15K-10K , but that 400 was the only I could got due the low supply in yobit
now cheapest price is 25K

you might need to approach him tho as the price varies different by alot factors, pump and dump, dividends made, uptrend coins movement and so. Just make an order in yobit, hope it filled for you good luck!

that's why I asked , cause I don't want to keep bothering Adam with my questions and I'm really interested in OMC with reasonable price
last time I checked the private price was two weeks ago and it was 27K per coin , but the price is varying daily
as I said I was able to get 400 OMC 2 days ago with avg price of 12.5K per coin , but if you check yobit you can see that the prices there aren't accurate cause there is low supply and kinda low demand , the spread is insane there


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 17, 2016, 09:54:11 PM
you currently can buy about 614 OMC for 0.00018000 BTC /OMC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

yeah now there are good offers available in yobit , yesterday I got even better prices

but I have downloaded the wallet , and to be honest this my first desktop wallet experience and I'm kinda lost
I ran the wallet and the green bar at the bottom showed that my wallet is up to date with all the blocks , but the wallet is still showing out of sync
I did a small test withdrawal from yobit to my wallet , but it's not showing in the wallet while it's showing in the OMC explorer

is there any video tutorial on how to setup the wallet and how staking works

EDIT : finally the wallet synced , but would appreciate a tutorial anyways especially for staking stuffs


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: zyrianka on November 20, 2016, 12:07:41 PM
so, do i need to keep wallet working all the time to get coins from staking?



Yes your wallet needs to running in order to stake. You also have to at least unlock it for staking if you want them to stake.

Fresh good start. I don't like YoBit but creates a chance for those who missed the ICO hop on to the train easily. Any news on Bittrex Gladimor?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 20, 2016, 07:08:01 PM
hopefully someone will respond , cause I stated before I'm totally newbie in POS world
I'm trying to research more about the basics of POS , and I found that if you receive for example 10K coins in your wallet coming with one transaction is better than receiving them with like 10 transactions
is that really better for staking ?? and in my case I'm still building my wallet by throwing like 0.06 BTC in yobit every 3 days and then sending the OMC to my wallet , so should I create a new address and move the coins to the new address ??

hopefully you got my point


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on November 20, 2016, 11:27:14 PM
hopefully someone will respond , cause I stated before I'm totally newbie in POS world
I'm trying to research more about the basics of POS , and I found that if you receive for example 10K coins in your wallet coming with one transaction is better than receiving them with like 10 transactions
is that really better for staking ?? and in my case I'm still building my wallet by throwing like 0.06 BTC in yobit every 3 days and then sending the OMC to my wallet , so should I create a new address and move the coins to the new address ??

hopefully you got my point

If you receive your coins to your wallet in one big transaction, then your coins will stake earlier. But that doesn't change much, as during the first stake they will split themselves to two equal parts (they are called "inputs"), as if you sent the coins to your wallet in two transactions instead of one.

After your two inputs stake, they will divide themselves into two parts again, so you will have 4 inputs. And so on, until wallet decides (lets don't go into details on how it will decide that), the coins (inputs) should not be split anymore.

So, regardless of whether you transmitted the coins to your wallet in one single transaction, on in several small ones, after few days, you will have the same situation - plenty of smaller inputs, which are staking from time to time.

An one more thing - the rewards will be the same in the long run, regardless of how many inputs do you have in your wallets. You will stake 5% per annum, one way or another :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 21, 2016, 09:24:56 AM

If you receive your coins to your wallet in one big transaction, then your coins will stake earlier. But that doesn't change much, as during the first stake they will split themselves to two equal parts (they are called "inputs"), as if you sent the coins to your wallet in two transactions instead of one.

After your two inputs stake, they will divide themselves into two parts again, so you will have 4 inputs. And so on, until wallet decides (lets don't go into details on how it will decide that), the coins (inputs) should not be split anymore.

So, regardless of whether you transmitted the coins to your wallet in one single transaction, on in several small ones, after few days, you will have the same situation - plenty of smaller inputs, which are staking from time to time.

An one more thing - the rewards will be the same in the long run, regardless of how many inputs do you have in your wallets. You will stake 5% per annum, one way or another :)

thanks a lot for responding , I was about to combine all the txs in one but I found that someone replied to my question
not sure why I found that advice while I was trying to understand POS , much appreciated my friend and thanks for your time  :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on November 21, 2016, 06:37:28 PM

If you receive your coins to your wallet in one big transaction, then your coins will stake earlier. But that doesn't change much, as during the first stake they will split themselves to two equal parts (they are called "inputs"), as if you sent the coins to your wallet in two transactions instead of one.

After your two inputs stake, they will divide themselves into two parts again, so you will have 4 inputs. And so on, until wallet decides (lets don't go into details on how it will decide that), the coins (inputs) should not be split anymore.

So, regardless of whether you transmitted the coins to your wallet in one single transaction, on in several small ones, after few days, you will have the same situation - plenty of smaller inputs, which are staking from time to time.

An one more thing - the rewards will be the same in the long run, regardless of how many inputs do you have in your wallets. You will stake 5% per annum, one way or another :)

thanks a lot for responding , I was about to combine all the txs in one but I found that someone replied to my question
not sure why I found that advice while I was trying to understand POS , much appreciated my friend and thanks for your time  :)

You're definitely welcome! :)
That advise (to combine all inputs to get higher aggregated stake) may actually work well for some coins, depending on the actual number of coins at wallet balance, and actual network weight. Actually if your holdings are really small, its always better to have them combined, otherwise you may not be able to stake at all in practice. But for most PoS coins, and for balance of average size it wont do any difference.
What I wrote above should be correct particularly for OMC (based on how its wallet works), assuming you have your wallet open for staking 24/7.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on November 26, 2016, 04:02:57 PM
Looking forward to fifth dividend payment this weekend and a big thank you Gladimor for it in advance!
Omicron is great investment.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on November 27, 2016, 07:55:59 AM
My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on November 27, 2016, 12:18:36 PM
My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?

My Windows wallet syncs and stakes just fine. Has a lot of connections too...

Do you have connections? How many?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: gordob on November 27, 2016, 12:34:38 PM
My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?

My Windows wallet sync and stakes fine


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on November 27, 2016, 12:48:30 PM
ok damn i have only  798 OMC, min 10k to receive dividens right? Is there chances to lower down the min requirement :P?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 27, 2016, 02:29:37 PM
My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?

My Windows wallet syncs and stakes just fine. Has a lot of connections too...

Do you have connections? How many?


btw what does connection means ?? does it mean the number of people who are opening their wallet atm ?
during my first 4 or 5 days I was only getting 1 active connection , but after that I started to see 10 and more active connections
also when there is only 1 connection my wallet can't keep up to date with the blocks , I had to close it and open it in order to be updated
but when there is 5 or more connections life is really easier  :) my wallet is always up to date with the blockchain and staking is working really great
now it's showing only 1 active connection  :(


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on November 27, 2016, 09:38:26 PM
My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?

My Windows wallet syncs and stakes just fine. Has a lot of connections too...

Do you have connections? How many?


btw what does connection means ?? does it mean the number of people who are opening their wallet atm ?
during my first 4 or 5 days I was only getting 1 active connection , but after that I started to see 10 and more active connections
also when there is only 1 connection my wallet can't keep up to date with the blocks , I had to close it and open it in order to be updated
but when there is 5 or more connections life is really easier  :) my wallet is always up to date with the blockchain and staking is working really great
now it's showing only 1 active connection  :(

Yes, basically connections show the number of people who have wallets open. In reality it is a bit more complex: more exactly it is the number of wallets or just nodes running and accessible from your network. It could be a regular user wallet, or a headless node (think Linux), or a block explorer node, a seednode etc.

Many users keep their wallets running all the time, and that ensures they (and others as well) have many connections. The longer you keep your wallet open, the more connections it will find.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: gordob on November 28, 2016, 05:18:44 AM
ok damn i have only  798 OMC, min 10k to receive dividens right? Is there chances to lower down the min requirement :P?

why don't you just buy more OMC, the minimum requirement was set from the beginning.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on November 28, 2016, 06:54:47 AM
My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?

My Windows wallet sync and stakes fine


Found out that my wallet somehow forked.
Backed up wallet.dat & peers.dat, downloaded and resynced from scratch, now it works fine.
:)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on November 28, 2016, 05:08:55 PM
@Gladimor, let us know, when will you be sending 5th dividend ? Thank you.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on November 28, 2016, 07:30:27 PM

Yes, basically connections show the number of people who have wallets open. In reality it is a bit more complex: more exactly it is the number of wallets or just nodes running and accessible from your network. It could be a regular user wallet, or a headless node (think Linux), or a block explorer node, a seednode etc.

Many users keep their wallets running all the time, and that ensures they (and others as well) have many connections. The longer you keep your wallet open, the more connections it will find.

thanks a lot for responding again , but I still don't fully understand it I mean like in general is there anything that I can do ??
also sometimes I'm getting 0 connections as it's showing in the picture
http://imgur.com/a/dRoUf

and it will stop staking at that point and it won't refresh if there is a new connection , so basically I have to close the wallet and open it again which is basically wasting a lot of staking time especially when I'm sleeping

also I've noticed that when there is low conncetions ( under 3 usually ) some of the blocks that I find showing " generated but not accepted " , so is that fixable ?? cause it's only happening when there is low amount of connections

thanks in advance my friend


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on November 28, 2016, 08:25:15 PM
thanks a lot for responding again , but I still don't fully understand it I mean like in general is there anything that I can do ??
also sometimes I'm getting 0 connections as it's showing in the picture
http://imgur.com/a/dRoUf
and it will stop staking at that point and it won't refresh if there is a new connection , so basically I have to close the wallet and open it again which is basically wasting a lot of staking time especially when I'm sleeping
That's pretty unusual. If you have your wallet open all the time, you should have many stable connections. Probably there is something wrong with your connection to the Internet - meaning you are behind a router with some unusually strict firewall, or maybe having problems with UPNP... There is not much you can do there, except for trying to use another PC or better another connection to the network.
What you could try is:
(a) add more nodes to your "Omicron.conf" (C:\Users\<yourusername>\AppData\Roaming\Omicron).
For example like this (this is my config):
Code:
addnode=159.203.62.235
addnode=138.68.148.172
addnode=139.59.228.205
addnode=46.101.167.84
addnode=107.170.221.177
or even like this (this is the active node list from the official block explorer):
Code:
addnode=104.237.2.189
addnode=116.86.221.62
addnode=138.68.148.172
addnode=139.59.228.205
addnode=159.203.62.235
addnode=165.16.139.168
addnode=165.255.85.182
addnode=207.6.74.177
addnode=212.34.248.234
addnode=213.152.162.84
addnode=24.200.66.3
addnode=46.113.123.250
addnode=5.146.222.82
addnode=5.155.58.185
addnode=54.149.220.3
addnode=68.168.161.233
addnode=77.66.16.225
addnode=79.175.197.136
addnode=92.224.49.23
addnode=92.229.82.66

(b) if that doesn't help, play a bit with the "map port using UPnP" checkbox (it is in the Settings->Options->Network tab). Change it, then close/reopen the wallet and let it stake for a day. Se if you there is any difference.

If that doesn't help... hope others could suggest something (maybe debug.log should be checked).

also I've noticed that when there is low conncetions ( under 3 usually ) some of the blocks that I find showing " generated but not accepted " , so is that fixable ?? cause it's only happening when there is low amount of connections
That is expected. When you have unstable connection, your mined block cannot be broadcasted fast enough, and some other user stakes a block and wins that one. However do not worry too much - your coins do not lose their age, and the same coins will stake again very soon, and one of subsequent attempts will finally be accepted.

thanks in advance my friend
You're welcome :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on November 29, 2016, 01:07:27 AM
A total of 5.30030709784 BTC has been sent to a total of 20 registered balances (1709776.48317 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000310 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/bb7RBPc.png

Due to the minimal trading returns during these 2 weeks, a few BTC from the IAO fund have been added to this dividend distribution. All bonus BTC was accrued through successful trades in the past weeks.






Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on December 03, 2016, 11:21:32 PM
What a silence here :)

Well, this was actually expected. One cannot make big constant profit all the time. Trading is a gamble to some extend, even if the trader is skillful.
The good point is - it was a positive balance (even being small), not a negative one! :)

Keep it up, Gladimor, and thanks for topping it up by past week profits!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on December 04, 2016, 05:14:22 PM
It was about 2.6% for a price of 12k, that isn't a bad payout at all. Especially considering that it was called a bad week and that was not really surprising since the BTC price is still strangling the alt-market. It just looks to have fallen a bit short because of the really great payouts we got prior of it.

Now I hope the markets slowly get used to this BTC price and get more lively again. The chance is not bad, the majority opinion just has to swing back that BTC got to that level to stay, or even continues to slowly rise for a longer period of time. After all it more and more looks like FIAT is the thing to spend quickly at the markets, preferably as a credit even, but crypto the currency you want to hold money in because it's still way easier to pay with it than gold. :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on December 10, 2016, 11:00:38 AM
Wow, what's wrong with OMC, seems there a huge drop today :/

Almsot 55% in from 10k > 4k


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: szafa on December 10, 2016, 11:10:18 AM
Dump of stake rest in wallet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: Den821 on December 10, 2016, 03:03:05 PM
Wow, what's wrong with OMC, seems there a huge drop today :/

Almsot 55% in from 10k > 4k
maybe some insider knows more...not a good sign


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on December 10, 2016, 03:30:10 PM
nothing to worry about , the drop comes from a low volume as you can see there is less than 1K omc sold at low price
and probably this because some people are trying to sell the extra coins that they stake so it's ok in my opinion
I would be more than happy to buy what others stake  :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on December 10, 2016, 05:16:28 PM
If yobit price is 0.00004004 I can pay 10% more. Negotiable. Buying huge quantities. Escrow: yes. PM me.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on December 11, 2016, 08:52:31 PM
Someone at yobit has as sell order 4.88281251 OMC at 0.00006144 BTC / OMC. If his order gets filled in full, he makes 0.00030000
BTC. Which equals 0.23 USD. I don't understand people. Why bother? Seriously to make 0.23 USD?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on December 11, 2016, 09:24:55 PM
Someone at yobit has as sell order 4.88281251 OMC at 0.00006144 BTC / OMC. If his order gets filled in full, he makes 0.00030000
BTC. Which equals 0.23 USD. I don't understand people. Why bother? Seriously to make 0.23 USD?

 ;D You can look at it another way. 0.0003 BTC is a good BTC transaction fee, so someone can make a really fast bitcoin transaction!  ;D


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: logictense on December 11, 2016, 09:40:40 PM
Looking forward to fifth dividend payment this weekend and a big thank you Gladimor for it in advance!
Omicron is great investment.


Im not sure how a filthy airdrop can motivate u to morph into a supporter of a filthy gladimor dude. Man hes weirdo, he ll shut everything down coz hes out for tonights masturbation. I wouldnt trust that guy with my investment. Omicron reminds me of coinop. It shoots out free dust bunnies every time gladimor pulls marionette threads.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on December 12, 2016, 03:08:02 AM
Hell Gladimor, just wanted to check from now on the dividends will be base on mining activity + trading profit ?

Or

Purely Mining?

Thanks!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: gordob on December 12, 2016, 06:02:07 AM
Looking forward to fifth dividend payment this weekend and a big thank you Gladimor for it in advance!
Omicron is great investment.


Im not sure how a filthy airdrop can motivate u to morph into a supporter of a filthy gladimor dude. Man hes weirdo, he ll shut everything down coz hes out for tonights masturbation. I wouldnt trust that guy with my investment. Omicron reminds me of coinop. It shoots out free dust bunnies every time gladimor pulls marionette threads.

Well at least he can spell & form a proper sentence  -)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fourth dividends issued: 910 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on December 12, 2016, 10:14:36 PM
Looking forward to fifth dividend payment this weekend and a big thank you Gladimor for it in advance!
Omicron is great investment.


Im not sure how a filthy airdrop can motivate u to morph into a supporter of a filthy gladimor dude. Man hes weirdo, he ll shut everything down coz hes out for tonights masturbation. I wouldnt trust that guy with my investment. Omicron reminds me of coinop. It shoots out free dust bunnies every time gladimor pulls marionette threads.
There was no airdrop.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: koinsmart on December 13, 2016, 07:56:17 AM
From Adam on Slack:

Been margin trading BTC on 20-30x leverage
With low amounts
Have an open position with alright profit
Looking to close tonight to pay dividends
Or tomorrow morning


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Fifth dividends issued: 310 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on December 14, 2016, 11:51:10 AM
From Adam on Slack:

Been margin trading BTC on 20-30x leverage
With low amounts
Have an open position with alright profit
Looking to close tonight to pay dividends
Or tomorrow morning
thanks for the info @koinsmart! Looking forward to 6th (Christmas) dividend payment :) hopefully today.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on December 14, 2016, 01:22:43 PM
A total of 7.69454708364 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1760765.92303 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000437 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/Vp2N20v.png





Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on December 20, 2016, 06:23:48 AM
Wow a huge dump on Yobit, 5.5k Satoshi, seems to be a good deal tho if the following dividends is 1k satoshi per omc


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on December 21, 2016, 11:27:15 PM
Wow a huge dump on Yobit, 5.5k Satoshi, seems to be a good deal tho if the following dividends is 1k satoshi per omc

these kind of dumps usually happen after the dividends and usually they don't last much , I usually increase my share of OMC after the dividends
right now if you want to buy OMC with over 0.2 BTC the price would be 9950 sats per OMC

so just make sure to buy when someone is trying to sell , cause the dumps aren't real and the market is still small


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on December 22, 2016, 01:45:36 AM
Wow a huge dump on Yobit, 5.5k Satoshi, seems to be a good deal tho if the following dividends is 1k satoshi per omc

these kind of dumps usually happen after the dividends and usually they don't last much , I usually increase my share of OMC after the dividends
right now if you want to buy OMC with over 0.2 BTC the price would be 9950 sats per OMC

so just make sure to buy when someone is trying to sell , cause the dumps aren't real and the market is still small


Bought almost 4k OMC seems good, 6k more.

To : Dev

Sorry if you dint see my message, wanted to ask. The dividends now mostly come from mining? or trading or both?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Gladimor on December 26, 2016, 06:54:15 AM
Wow a huge dump on Yobit, 5.5k Satoshi, seems to be a good deal tho if the following dividends is 1k satoshi per omc

these kind of dumps usually happen after the dividends and usually they don't last much , I usually increase my share of OMC after the dividends
right now if you want to buy OMC with over 0.2 BTC the price would be 9950 sats per OMC

so just make sure to buy when someone is trying to sell , cause the dumps aren't real and the market is still small


Bought almost 4k OMC seems good, 6k more.

To : Dev

Sorry if you dint see my message, wanted to ask. The dividends now mostly come from mining? or trading or both?

Dividends are coming from trading only, at the moment. All proceeds from mining are going directly to cover the initial cost of setup in the datacenter.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Romeo1979 on December 29, 2016, 08:35:45 PM
how is the situation? how trading goes? ;-)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on December 29, 2016, 08:47:15 PM
how is the situation? how trading goes? ;-)

Looks like the trading is not that successful. The next dividend payment should have been on Dec 25-26, so looks like it is being delayed (today is Dec 29) and nobody even reminded Gladimor to make some note..  ???
Doesn't look good...  :-\


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on December 29, 2016, 10:45:58 PM
It's the week between Christmas and New Year so I reckoned people have other things on their mind. In terms trading I wouldn't be surprised if it's still difficult to get a good profit, but I'm anything but well informed about that. Anyway, the new year will show if everything's getting back on track and running smoothly. For now I'd just wish to have some unused money at hand to get some more OMC. :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: Gladimor on December 30, 2016, 04:18:15 AM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png





Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: puremage111 on December 30, 2016, 05:00:39 AM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png







If i have my omc in the exchanges now,  i will not be able to get the dividends? as the dividens already been sent right?


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: SyGambler on December 30, 2016, 10:08:59 AM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png





received my payout and I'm really thankful Adam , you are such an awesome guy and trader
didn't expect that much since it's the holidays , but that was really great and I hope that you are enjoying your holidays



If i have my omc in the exchanges now,  i will not be able to get the dividends? as the dividens already been sent right?

nope puremage you can't get the dividends unless you have the coins in your wallet before the dividend happens
cause as long as the coins aren't in your wallet then technically they aren't yours , so make sure to keep em in your wallet 2 days before the expected dividend date  in order to not miss the payout


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: puremage111 on December 30, 2016, 12:12:26 PM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png





received my payout and I'm really thankful Adam , you are such an awesome guy and trader
didn't expect that much since it's the holidays , but that was really great and I hope that you are enjoying your holidays



If i have my omc in the exchanges now,  i will not be able to get the dividends? as the dividens already been sent right?

nope puremage you can't get the dividends unless you have the coins in your wallet before the dividend happens
cause as long as the coins aren't in your wallet then technically they aren't yours , so make sure to keep em in your wallet 2 days before the expected dividend date  in order to not miss the payout

Alright, since its paying bi weekly

So the payment will be around 12-14 | 28 -30?

Thanks!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: markus124 on December 30, 2016, 12:17:26 PM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png





received my payout and I'm really thankful Adam , you are such an awesome guy and trader
didn't expect that much since it's the holidays , but that was really great and I hope that you are enjoying your holidays



If i have my omc in the exchanges now,  i will not be able to get the dividends? as the dividens already been sent right?

nope puremage you can't get the dividends unless you have the coins in your wallet before the dividend happens
cause as long as the coins aren't in your wallet then technically they aren't yours , so make sure to keep em in your wallet 2 days before the expected dividend date  in order to not miss the payout

Alright, since its paying bi weekly

So the payment will be around 12-14 | 28 -30?

Thanks!

Yes, u can save this link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=306481;sa=showPosts

It show you the last posts of gladimor and u can see the last 2 payments were the 30/12 and 14/12. Next one is in 15 days.
You need to register ur OMC address in here too  http://delta.investments/iao/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: puremage111 on December 30, 2016, 04:21:30 PM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png





received my payout and I'm really thankful Adam , you are such an awesome guy and trader
didn't expect that much since it's the holidays , but that was really great and I hope that you are enjoying your holidays



If i have my omc in the exchanges now,  i will not be able to get the dividends? as the dividens already been sent right?

nope puremage you can't get the dividends unless you have the coins in your wallet before the dividend happens
cause as long as the coins aren't in your wallet then technically they aren't yours , so make sure to keep em in your wallet 2 days before the expected dividend date  in order to not miss the payout

Alright, since its paying bi weekly

So the payment will be around 12-14 | 28 -30?

Thanks!

Yes, u can save this link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=306481;sa=showPosts

It show you the last posts of gladimor and u can see the last 2 payments were the 30/12 and 14/12. Next one is in 15 days.
You need to register ur OMC address in here too  http://delta.investments/iao/

Thanks for these info! and the omc address thinggy too :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on January 03, 2017, 12:39:09 AM
Any serious exchanges we could get OMC on? gladimor is open to that!

from https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/

someone111
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Could you apply please for some more trustworthy exchange, @gladimor?
yobit is much too likely be running with all funds any day.

gladimor
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Any recommendations?

A Poloniex listing would be very improbable, Bittrex is a no-go as well.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on January 03, 2017, 01:12:08 AM
It depends on what do we actually want from those exchanges.

If we want reliability, then there are many smaller, but old and reliable exchanges with good reputation, like bleutrade.com or alcurex.com for example. Cryptopia is also considered to be honest and reliable.

If we want some volume, then C-Cex is the only more or less good option. It is definitely more reliable than Yobit (at least they run wallets proper way, without closing it for "maintenance" for unknown reasons), reply to tickets etc. On my experience they are good exchange, with a bit tainted reputation though.

The biggest drawback of C-Cex in my personal opinion - is the unsteady character of their listing: after some grace period they demand minimum volume, and delist if it is not met. (same as Bittrex). But otherwise the have been very good so far.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on January 03, 2017, 09:46:32 AM
Thank you very much Gladimor for great 2016 dividends!
Happy New Year to everyone!

As for exchanges, I think we need more effective marketing rather than more exchanges. There needs to be solid liquidity for this coin/market to succeed, which is not happening without significantly more people in the OMC community. Do you plan to do something in marketing in 2017 Gladimor ? Thanks for reply.
Best wishes to all.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on January 04, 2017, 12:21:28 AM
when it comes to exchanges , I don't know a lot and my experience is really poor cause I only used polo to buy and sell alts then started to use yobit when Adam launched OMC
so I don't know what to recommend , but I really wish that you can add an exchange where there is some daily volume cause it's always nice to see the price moving up or down


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on January 04, 2017, 03:03:09 PM
I bougth more coins in the last drop in price  ;D I still feel its a good coin to hold in the long term and the dividend payment are pretty good.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on January 09, 2017, 11:20:56 AM
A few more days for the dividend payment, incase anyone want to buy a few coins before that :P


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on January 09, 2017, 12:41:28 PM
A few more days for the dividend payment, incase anyone want to buy a few coins before that :P
If I undestand it right, the last bi-week period was from 24/12/2016 to 07/01/2017 so dividends should be calculated based on +-07/01/2017 wallet balance and paid probably during this week - imho, depends on Gladimor's trading & opened positions.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on January 11, 2017, 06:00:57 AM
hey guys , I have been trying to open the wallet and stake as I do every morning but for some reason the wallet is not syncing today
it's showing that I'm behind 1360 blocks , and this didn't change since two hours so I don't know what to do
please tell me what to do or what's going on if you have the experience

http://imgur.com/a/Cle3c


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on January 11, 2017, 05:53:57 PM
hey guys , I have been trying to open the wallet and stake as I do every morning but for some reason the wallet is not syncing today
it's showing that I'm behind 1360 blocks , and this didn't change since two hours so I don't know what to do
please tell me what to do or what's going on if you have the experience

http://imgur.com/a/Cle3c

I've just synched my wallet without any issue, so the blockchain is ok.

Looking on the picture you posted, I can see "Last received block was generated 4 seconds ago.", while the wallet is not synced in reality. Most probably it means your wallet had staked without waiting for the sync to complete... And you are now in a kind of "fork" created by your own wallet. Try to close the wallet, and reopen again 1-2 times (wait for 10 minutes each time). Your staked block shoud become orphaned, and wallet should start to sync. If it doesn't help, you would have to delete the blockchain files (save the wallet.dat!!!), and re-sync from scratch.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on January 11, 2017, 09:45:06 PM
Still, does anyone have any news from Gladimor. It is Wednesday now, 3 days since the weekend already...

Except the payouts, it would be nice to see some plans on this coin. I do not believe Gladimor is just going to make the payouts forever, and don't do some promotion for this project to get more traction.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on January 12, 2017, 01:21:52 AM
There was alot of btc price movement this last two weeks. Wondering if he was able to take adventaje of the volatility. Even some altcoins were moving up  :).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on January 12, 2017, 04:30:01 AM
No dividends this time.

https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on January 12, 2017, 02:30:23 PM
hey guys , I have been trying to open the wallet and stake as I do every morning but for some reason the wallet is not syncing today
it's showing that I'm behind 1360 blocks , and this didn't change since two hours so I don't know what to do
please tell me what to do or what's going on if you have the experience

http://imgur.com/a/Cle3c

I've just synched my wallet without any issue, so the blockchain is ok.

Looking on the picture you posted, I can see "Last received block was generated 4 seconds ago.", while the wallet is not synced in reality. Most probably it means your wallet had staked without waiting for the sync to complete... And you are now in a kind of "fork" created by your own wallet. Try to close the wallet, and reopen again 1-2 times (wait for 10 minutes each time). Your staked block shoud become orphaned, and wallet should start to sync. If it doesn't help, you would have to delete the blockchain files (save the wallet.dat!!!), and re-sync from scratch.

thanks a lot , yeah I tried a lot with my wallet but nothing worked so I deleted the blockchain files and synced it again
btw do you know how can I avoid such problem in the future ?? is it better to keep the wallet locked till it fully sync and then unlocked for staking ?

No dividends this time.

https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/

I'm not in slack so what do you mean by no dividends this time ?? can you please screenshot what Adam said


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on January 12, 2017, 03:36:06 PM
hey guys , I have been trying to open the wallet and stake as I do every morning but for some reason the wallet is not syncing today
it's showing that I'm behind 1360 blocks , and this didn't change since two hours so I don't know what to do
please tell me what to do or what's going on if you have the experience

http://imgur.com/a/Cle3c

I've just synched my wallet without any issue, so the blockchain is ok.

Looking on the picture you posted, I can see "Last received block was generated 4 seconds ago.", while the wallet is not synced in reality. Most probably it means your wallet had staked without waiting for the sync to complete... And you are now in a kind of "fork" created by your own wallet. Try to close the wallet, and reopen again 1-2 times (wait for 10 minutes each time). Your staked block shoud become orphaned, and wallet should start to sync. If it doesn't help, you would have to delete the blockchain files (save the wallet.dat!!!), and re-sync from scratch.

thanks a lot , yeah I tried a lot with my wallet but nothing worked so I deleted the blockchain files and synced it again
btw do you know how can I avoid such problem in the future ?? is it better to keep the wallet locked till it fully sync and then unlocked for staking ?


I typically reserve some amount (bigger than I have) before closing wallet (Settings->Options->Main->Reserve). Then when I open it again, I let it sync, then remove the reserve and let it stake. Then again reserve before closing.
That way it doesn't try to stake when opened again (before you manually allow it), so it can sync without additional hassle :)

Its a bit more work every time to remove reserve, then set it again, but it ensures less issues with sync.

No dividends this time.

https://omicronhq.slack.com/messages/general/

I'm not in slack so what do you mean by no dividends this time ?? can you please screenshot what Adam said

I am not in Slack either, so would appreciate more details as well... I think the reason is Adam did not anticipate the BTC dump, hence no profits made. But direct info from Slack would be surely welcome...


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - 121 BTC raised, IAO has ended
Post by: sulfurtank on January 12, 2017, 04:15:44 PM
A total of 14.4469756796 BTC has been sent to a total of 22 registered balances (1799125.24029 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000803 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).


http://i.imgur.com/C9mYrQj.png







If i have my omc in the exchanges now,  i will not be able to get the dividends? as the dividens already been sent right?

Seems like there are not many OTC buyers for OMC. What are u guys doing? U move funds between addresses, talk on forums, post ur account balances and nobody wonders how would the life be if crypto ceased to exist.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: joel_ on January 12, 2017, 06:21:46 PM
I am not in Slack either, so would appreciate more details as well... I think the reason is Adam did not anticipate the BTC dump, hence no profits made. But direct info from Slack would be surely welcome...
There was a trading loss during last days of December and as a solution to rebuild the fund back up to profit, there wont be Jan 7th dividends (confirmed) and probably no dividens for rest of Jan (not confirmed yet).


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on January 12, 2017, 06:49:54 PM
I typically reserve some amount (bigger than I have) before closing wallet (Settings->Options->Main->Reserve). Then when I open it again, I let it sync, then remove the reserve and let it stake. Then again reserve before closing.
That way it doesn't try to stake when opened again (before you manually allow it), so it can sync without additional hassle :)

Its a bit more work every time to remove reserve, then set it again, but it ensures less issues with sync.
I haven't tried it with OMC yet but a lot of coins allow you to put reservebalance=999999999, or other amount, in the conf file. That would save at least the trouble of manually reserving it prior to closing the wallet.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on January 12, 2017, 07:13:57 PM
I typically reserve some amount (bigger than I have) before closing wallet (Settings->Options->Main->Reserve). Then when I open it again, I let it sync, then remove the reserve and let it stake. Then again reserve before closing.
That way it doesn't try to stake when opened again (before you manually allow it), so it can sync without additional hassle :)

Its a bit more work every time to remove reserve, then set it again, but it ensures less issues with sync.
I haven't tried it with OMC yet but a lot of coins allow you to put reservebalance=999999999, or other amount, in the conf file. That would save at least the trouble of manually reserving it prior to closing the wallet.

Ok, thats interesting... But will the wallet stake at all then. If I open the "Options->Reserve" will I see the setting, so I can remove it to stake? And if I remove it, shouldn't I add it back again.?

I am not sure how the .conf file setting interacts with the GUI setting... Did you experiment with that? :)


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Tortoise75 on January 12, 2017, 08:02:37 PM
I typically reserve some amount (bigger than I have) before closing wallet (Settings->Options->Main->Reserve). Then when I open it again, I let it sync, then remove the reserve and let it stake. Then again reserve before closing.
That way it doesn't try to stake when opened again (before you manually allow it), so it can sync without additional hassle :)

Its a bit more work every time to remove reserve, then set it again, but it ensures less issues with sync.
I haven't tried it with OMC yet but a lot of coins allow you to put reservebalance=999999999, or other amount, in the conf file. That would save at least the trouble of manually reserving it prior to closing the wallet.

Ok, thats interesting... But will the wallet stake at all then. If I open the "Options->Reserve" will I see the setting, so I can remove it to stake? And if I remove it, shouldn't I add it back again.?

I am not sure how the .conf file setting interacts with the GUI setting... Did you experiment with that? :)
The conf setting is loaded only once at the start of the wallet. After that you can set your own values with the console or settings in the GUI. The only thing would be if the wallet recognize this conf setting.
EDIT: Made a quick test, the line works with OMC and the value you enter is indeed showing in the GUI settings dialog correctly and you can change it normally.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: someone111 on January 12, 2017, 08:27:54 PM
I am to lazy to make screenshot for fucks sake. Get your lazy asses on slack. Screw the screenshots. They can be manipulated by any idiot. Just use chrome inspect. You don't even need an add-on.

Quote
gladimor [3:33 PM]
Just an update on things...

[3:33] 
A relatively large loss was made shorting the BTC rise earlier yesterday

[3:34] 
Pretty much every applied TA indicated that it would fall from the upper channel and retest support

[3:34] 
Of course, Bitcoin always loves to surprise

[3:35] 
It broke out strongly, hammering through every fib extension/trending resistance

[3:37] 
There are a couple of options right now, as the state of the active OMC fund isn't looking too good at the moment

[3:38] 
I still have a decent reserve of BTC in the fund, but that is entirely reserved for a buyback of OMC in the far future

[3:40] 
Our first option is to write-off the loss and calculate dividends fresh from the remaining trading balance

[3:42] 
Although do note that the remaining trading balance is relatively low (~10 BTC), and dividends would be very small in that respect (edited)

[3:44] 
Another option is to open up a large private sale of OMC at discounted rates in an attempt to boost the trading balance so we have a larger base capital to work with that can result in higher dividends

[3:46] 
Let me know what you guys think

[3:46] 
@channel

gordob [3:57 PM]
@gladimor: what is the actual amount of btc loss in the trading balance & what is the actual reserve btc amount?

gladimor [3:59 PM]
Just over 50 BTC

[3:59] 
Is the loss

[4:00] 
Around 80 are in cold storage

someone111 [4:01 PM]
What would be the large private sale of OMC discounted price?

gordob [4:02 PM]
Ok to confirm, So we currently have 10 btc trading balance & 80 btc cold storage left in total?

gladimor [4:02 PM]
Yes

[4:03] 
We also have some "assets" in mining hardware, but they are currently mining to cover setup costs

[4:05] 
If you guys recall the period in which the dividends were around 300 sats, it was because the active trading balance took a hit of 50%+ loss

[4:05] 
Within the following couple of weeks I traded my way back to the original balance + more

ziefa [4:08 PM]
Fuckin hell, I say take money from cold storage and trade with, wait for active trading profits and slowly fill it again. Maybe postpone buyback.

[4:08] 
Dont take too big risks, BTC is so bullish

gordob [4:09 PM]
What is the current monthly mining income +- in btc?

[4:10] 
And how many rigs do we have again?

gladimor [4:13 PM]
I own a few rigs personally and the fund has 3, 6-card rigs

[4:14] 
The collective hashpower of the fund is 3750 sols/s, so thats ~$700 USD per month less costs

someone111 [4:15 PM]
Just wondering.... If OMC was liquidated and bought back now, would all investors have made a profit?

gladimor [4:16 PM]
I personally don't feel comfortable withdrawing from the untouched balance (untouched since the IAO closed). A certain discipline is needed when setting aside BTC.

[4:16] 
I would have to calculate that give me a moment

someone111 [4:17 PM]
Thank you, @gladimor! :slightly_smiling_face:

ziefa [4:17 PM]
What if you skip dividends for a month

[4:17] 
bad for overall value i must say, i bought quite exspensive, but i kinda dont want to loose all my money

gladimor [4:17 PM]
That could be an option, we'd have to see how the other investors would react to it

[4:19] 
Well this loss is just a hiccup for the moment

[4:19] 
I've been in worse positions before, we'll see how long it takes to recoup the loss from 10 BTC

ziefa [4:21 PM]
The first 4 days of this year has been almost impossible to not make money :smile:  there is so much money going in to crypto its insane. Guess you had some bad luck :confused:

gladimor [4:23 PM]
Shorting the rally was a bad idea yep

gordob [4:23 PM]
I'm happy to take no dividends for 1 month (Jan) to build up the trading balance

[4:23] 
I don't think it is a good idea to trade with our reserve balance

gladimor [4:24 PM]
Agreed

gordob [4:28 PM]
What options do we have right now?
1. Build up the trading balance from a low base.
2. 2nd ico to raise more funds.
3. Maybe sellmining rigs back to yourself Gladimor, this could raise some capital. For fund.
4. Decide if loss of too great and return 90 btc +mining rig sales back to investors.
5. What else?

someone111 [4:29 PM]
Liquidate OMC, buy back OMC... Then new ICO. An option?

ziefa [4:29 PM]
Yes because new ico would fuck my price over big time

someone111 [4:29 PM]
Or another swap :smile:

ziefa [4:29 PM]
and double ico's never work out very good

gladimor [4:30 PM]
Well I wouldn't be holding a 2nd ICO

[4:30] 
Just a large private sale to a select few investors

[4:30] 
And of course, for much more reasonable rates considering the state of the fund

gordob [4:31 PM]
What kind of rates are you thinking Gladimor?

ziefa [4:31 PM]
Do you think you can outcompete Yobit prices?

[4:31] 
they are pretttyyy low right now

[4:32] 
and will prolly drop more now

gladimor [4:32 PM]
@gordob, possibly between 5k-7k satoshis

[4:33] 
An agreement would also have to be made regarding not withdrawing to market in the case that the price rebounds

[4:34] 
The price would of course be discussed with the private sale buyers

gordob [4:37 PM]
@gladimor  maybe we should take a step back, you mentioned earlier that you have been in worse situations, why don't we try use the 10btc base to build-up again and not have a dividend for Jan, no use diluting our investments without trying to recover?

gladimor [4:38 PM]
Yes I have been in worse situations previously

gordob [4:39 PM]
I mean the loss might be less to buy back using the 90btc than selling at that low price

[4:39] 
Can you maybe do the math?

gladimor [4:40 PM]
Already have, individuals that paid over 10k sats will not reach ROI

[4:40] 
I think the figure is even lower

[4:40] 
And I personally believe it is far too soon for a buy-back

[4:41] 
The idea was to do a buy-back in the far future once some investors have already recovered the initial investment, etc

someone111 [4:44 PM]
my plan after covering my original investment was to buy more OMC, was really looking forward to a very long term investment :slightly_smiling_face:

gladimor [4:45 PM]
My plans for OMC stretch to over a year so far

[4:46] 
Within a couple of months, I plan on expanding the mining farm such that revenue is comparable to that of the lower-end dividends

[4:47] 
The general idea I had was to build up the fund (through trading) such that I could purchase enough mining hardware to pay dividends completely

[4:48] 
Then I could finally take a short vacation :smile:

ziefa [4:48 PM]
I paid 1.5 btc for 10k OMC a few months ago, i feel pretty scammed xD Oh well great that during these 4 days my other coins jumped almost 100%.

gladimor [4:48 PM]
Well OMC is far from over

[4:49] 
The last time I took a comparable loss, I decided to keep it quiet to not cause a panic

[4:49] 
I decided to be a bit more transparent this time

ziefa [4:49 PM]
its just now you are talking about selling new omc for 1/3 of what you wanted from me

gladimor [4:49 PM]
I built up fully from the last loss by the way

[4:50] 
This in respect is a means to gain quick capital such that all investors benefit

ziefa [4:50 PM]
Yeah but it would also require much higher profits to give same amount for dividends

gladimor [4:51 PM]
That is true, but there will always be a reasonable cap on the private sale amount

[4:51] 
If there was any sale to take place, that is

ziefa [4:51 PM]
Still with this pace it will take 3 years to get the initial investment back

gladimor [4:52 PM]
We've been averaging 3% per week in returns

[4:53] 
Considering the final IAO price of 0.00012000 BTC

ziefa [4:53 PM]
I was not part of the first weeks, its alot lower from when i entered

gladimor [4:56 PM]
It is 2.5% per week if you entered at around 0.00015 BTC

ziefa [4:57 PM]
ok so 2½ years not 3....

someone111 [4:58 PM]
Actually, I expected a few dividends to be skipped every now and then anyhow.

gladimor [4:59 PM]
@ziefa, that is 140% per annum :stuck_out_tongue:

someone111 [4:59 PM]
I finally made up my mind:
- Maybe not s bad after all.
- Please don't delude our investments.
- Skip dividends if necessary
- Please try to recover from losses.

gladimor [5:02 PM]
Noted @someone111

gordob [5:04 PM]
So just some math from my side.
1. 140 btc total = 35.71% loss.
2. Profit over period = 26.15% profit.
3. Actual loss = 9.56%.
4. Align with btc increase taking into account 35.71% loss - actual profit if paid out now in btc is +- 41%

someone111 [5:04 PM]
I wonder how much worth my opinion is in relation to my share power? Have wale investors more say? No problem with that. Rather them, then those who are most vocal.

gordob [5:04 PM]
* above based on my investments

someone111 [5:04 PM]
In any case, I am happy if everyone is heard.

gordob [5:20 PM]
@gladimor  - my thoughts;
1. It is more feasible to buy back, with current btc increase, current 35.71% loss & 90btc available than to dilute investments by getting private investors @ a low rate - buy back would actually give us a profit

[5:21] 
2. Suggest trying to re-coup the money (I am sure you can do this) without touching the btc cold storage

[5:22] 
3. No dividend for Jan, mining profits for Jan go to increasing the btc trading account

[5:24] 
4. Re-assess the situation every week in Jan (feedback to slack group on progress)

someone111 [5:28 PM]
And can you also update the forums please?

gordob [5:38 PM]
5. @gladimor   you can still put omc sitting in the original omc distribution address on the market, so let say you put 500 000 omc for 0.00012000 (initial price) on the market. There is currently only +- 40 000 omc for sale on yobit below 0.00012000 price. (edited)

[5:38] 
That could generate 60btc

[5:39] 
Then you just need to convince your investors to buy - anything below ico won't be good for current investors. (edited)

someone111 [5:40 PM]
theoretically 5. is a good idea, there should always be a sell order on yobit

[5:40] 
on the other hand I was just reading the last page of the yobit thread

[5:41] 
yobit is a disaster

[5:41] 
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=914975.2340
bitcointalk.org
YoBit.Net - CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE & MultiCoin DICE - Free Coins every 1-24 hrs
YoBit.Net  - CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE & MultiCoin DICE - Free Coins every 1-24 hrs

[5:41] 
scary how they put coins into maintenance mode for months

[5:41] 
so I wouldn't want to have coins locked up there for months

gordob [5:42 PM]
Then we need to get on other exchanges asap (openledger etc)

someone111 [5:42 PM]
yes

[5:43] 
I was also wondering why OMC wasn't implemented on top of ETH in the first place?

[5:44] 
If it was a token, we could trade it one of these decentralized exchanges.

gladimor [8:20 PM]
I'll  be moving some BTC from cold storage to speed things up then.

gordob [8:26 PM]
What's your game plan @gladimor  - I thought touching cold storage btc was a no-go? (edited)

gladimor [8:37 PM]
I want the recovery to progress faster

[8:37] 
Before I do any further trading, I'll be taking a few days off

[8:37] 
I've been trading straight from before Christmas till today, catching only a couple of hours of sleep every so often

gordob [9:04 PM]
Good idea @gladimor  - get some rest bud


----- January 5th -----
gordob [2:27 PM]
@gladimor: - the dip in btc you were looking for yesterday happened today (


----- January 6th -----
koinsmart [6:03 PM]
Wow you called it Adam


----- January 7th -----
koinsmart [1:23 AM]
Pretty dramatic retrace. Did you manage to catch it? ;) (edited)


----- January 8th -----
gladimor [9:26 PM]
Unfortunately no. I have moved to Poloniex margin trading to derisk.

koinsmart [11:12 PM]
Cpl days late :( but no worries ...


----- January 9th -----
joel [6:47 PM]
joined #general


----- January 10th -----
joel [3:11 PM]
hi guys, I see some drama above - what happened? thanks

joel [3:20 PM]
@gladimor  Adam, how about doing iao periodically, let's say every quarter, running it for a month?(with some marketing) Every iao would go up in price (e.g. last one ended on 12k, so next would go  e.g.13k). That would give you more btc per asset and also rise the official price for old investors. And lastly, for this to work, I would suggest to discuss fixing the min. bid price on yobit (with yobit guys) so that it is equal to current iao price. Or do iao directly on yobit. That would benefit you, yobit(higher amounts=higher fees) and all investors. After all, omc is an asset not a currency, so it would suit it better than let it free float imo.

[3:24] 
also, as for marketing, there is a bunch of trading groups (with mediocre to none results), so it might be good to present your omc fund to them. I believe you are very good trader, so they would  all benefit, instead of trying to profit on their shitcoins - most of the time, they do not have a fucking clue what they're doing anyway... (edited)

[3:28] 
and lastly, have you ever thought of sharing your knowledge of trading crypto via some video tuts/course? I would be buying it instantly and I guess many others. Easy money for you :smile:

joel [3:33 PM]
ah, so there was some loss, well, trading only with profits does not exist, so take your time off Adam and don't worry. If need be, skip the  dividend.


----- Yesterday January 11th, 2017 -----
joel [7:42 PM]
@gladimor  , please let us know the status - are we going to skip dividends? or are you recouping losses atm? or do you plan on sending dividends out? thanks for the info.

gladimor [10:24 PM]
We'll be skipping dividends, working to rebuilding the fund.

joel [11:06 PM]
ok, thank you for reply, best of luck to you to rebuilt the fund soon :+1:

[11:09] 
also, I'd say, do another round of iao on btctalk or via yobit directly...

joel [11:15 PM]
oh, you've said earlier, that you wont do 2nd iao only private sale,  my mistake :smile:


----- Today January 12th, 2017 -----
joel [9:27 AM]
@gladimor  just a quick question - when do you expect the next dividend to be paid? End of Jan or most probably in Feb or Mar ? thanks for reply.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Velenar on January 12, 2017, 10:46:46 PM
Quote
I have moved to Poloniex margin trading to derisk.

Diversifying beyond leveraged positions on bitcoin itself?  Good.  Shorting bitcoin further after a (typically temporary) panic sell was an astronomically dangerous game to play when it was actually below the long-term average trend.  Please don't try that again.

A few hours back:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5nj859/today_is_the_lowest_bitcoin_has_been_in_price/
(compared to the multi-month and multi-year average trend)

Also, hopefully there is awareness that a giant whale bot has been doing deliberate pumps and dumps on bitcoin, part-time in recent weeks, reducing predictability.  (Perhaps it might be back towards $900 bitcoin within weeks, due to long-term trends, if the Chinese government scare fades, but volatility is high).

For instance, some days ago, alt-tabbing to cryptowatch, I have seen behavior like a fraction of a million dollars of buy support being temporarily taken out like a second after a little 10-BTC-as-leveraged position of mine went through, a sign of a giant bot as no human would be that fast.  No doubt the bot is human supervised, and it doesn't seem to run all the time.  But who knows that bot operator's plans?

----------------

I like the idea of Omicron, though, as a way to save time and as a place to put a few percent of my assets to aid diversification, so I will just look forward to recovery.

Also, I like that Omicron is its own coin and not just an Ethereum token.  For example, Bitpark is the latter, and it has gone poorly so far.  Yobit actually has more volume than any decentralized exchange that I know of, e.g. in the coinmarketcap exchange list.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: drays on January 13, 2017, 12:03:10 AM
Thanks for everyone who gave info from Slack. Well, things happen. I think indeed its best to postpone the dividend payment for about one month, to try to recover the trading fund. If it doesn't work, other solutions could be considered, but this should be tried first.

I think most here have some trust in Gladimor (even me :)). Lets see what he can do. But I would really appreciate if Adam pays more attention to this forum, instead of making the Slack a sole communication channel.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on January 15, 2017, 05:16:22 AM
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how can i join the team

Thanks!


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: SyGambler on January 15, 2017, 05:20:21 AM
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how can i join the team

Thanks!

I have no idea that's why I'm not on slack , also I didn't know that Adam is active there
I pmed Adam with my email address , I think that's how you can join slack so he needs to send you an invitation in order to be able to join
not sure about it cause as I said I haven't used slack yet


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: puremage111 on January 15, 2017, 07:49:10 AM
Don't have an account on this team yet?
Contact the team administrator for an invitation


how can i join the team

Thanks!

I have no idea that's why I'm not on slack , also I didn't know that Adam is active there
I pmed Adam with my email address , I think that's how you can join slack so he needs to send you an invitation in order to be able to join
not sure about it cause as I said I haven't used slack yet

Alright thanks!

To dev :

kindly add us into the slack thanks! would like to know the situation and way we are going


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: markus124 on January 15, 2017, 05:05:18 PM
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how can i join the team

Thanks!

I have no idea that's why I'm not on slack , also I didn't know that Adam is active there
I pmed Adam with my email address , I think that's how you can join slack so he needs to send you an invitation in order to be able to join
not sure about it cause as I said I haven't used slack yet

Yes. I sent him my email too but we need to wait till he gets online again. I didnt know that all the info about the coins was going in slack.


Title: Re: Omicron - Dividend-Issuing Currency - Sixth dividends issued: 437 sats/OMC
Post by: Barbara576 on January 20, 2017, 01:28:55 PM
I typically reserve some amount (bigger than I have) before closing wallet (Settings->Options->Main->Reserve). Then when I open it again, I let it sync, then remove the reserve and let it stake. Then again reserve before closing.
That way it doesn't try to stake when opened again (before you manually allow it), so it can sync without additional hassle :)

Its a bit more work every time to remove reserve, then set it again, but it ensures less issues