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Title: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 18, 2014, 11:58:42 PM


http://www.philstar.com/business/2014/10/05/1376516/solon-pushes-e-peso-act
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/philippines-e-peso-digital-currency-use-bitcoin-technology/
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/bitcoiners-assess-filipino-e-peso-bill-2014/
http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/basic_16/HB04914.pdf

Here's an interesting analysis from a Filipino Bitcoiner
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But in order for a digital currency to make any of those things possible, it needs to be cheap to use and cheap to deploy. The strategy outlined in the E-Peso bill needs to be adjusted if it wants to meet those two requirements. https://medium.com/@Cryptonight/dissecting-the-e-peso-bill-of-2014-8b9bc73b509c

We've been tasked to provide a preliminary study on the viability of a centralized-decentralized crypto-currency that could one day be used as a legal tender in the Philippines. The coin issuer needs to be centralized while the security of the network can be handled by computers anywhere.

Team Members:
ePesoInitiative2 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=387892)
ePesoInitiative3 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=387893)

For this, we have carefully studied several crypto ecosystems:

  • Pure Proof of Work and Proof of Stake - Both systems reward participants with new coins which are not ideal since only the Central Bank can issue new coins
  • NXT - Fast download of blockchain, has ample support world-wide, but once initial coin supply is set, it is already fixed. The Central Bank needs the flexibility of issuing new coins depending on economic factors
  • Mastercoin - Being based on the Bitcoin blockchain, the transactions were too slow for everyday use
  • Bitshares X - Fast, but the wallet needs to be pre-funded with an amount before you can use and the downloading of the blockchain is too slow - both of which are not suitable for new users
  • Counterparty - This platform almost suit the needs of a national currency, however since it's based on the Bitcoin blockchain, it is still slow

We have come to the conclusion that the best platform for our test currency is Viacoin's Clearinghouse Protocol. We've chosen Clearinghouse since it promises a much faster and scalable solution to issue a national digital currency in the coming months. Also, ownership and coin supply of the asset can be changed. The Philippine government may or may not acquire this asset.
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http://xch.blockscan.com/assetinfo.aspx?q=EPESO

Then why the title is gov't backed?  :o
Because we are to provide material for the coming congressional arguments on crypto-currencies - on why it is beneficial to our country.  

Are you from Philippines government?   :o Very happy to see epeso will be launched on Viacoin/XCH platform

No, we were hired by people who have congressional ties to the lawmakers. We need to ascertain if the Viacoin platform can scale big and fast transactions. If it's cost-effective as opposed to traditional networks with terminals installed at key points (mobile telcos and banks). We will be putting everything in a report and maybe the government will adapt this test asset (if everything is already set-up and working) or just compensate beta testers for trying it out by buying back your coins.

Bounties:
1. 3.5m coins for Android wallet development - includes ePeso and Viacoin balances, extra 300k with Tagalog translation
2. 1.5m coins for exchanges that will add an ePeso/fiat pair (first four exchanges only, totalling 6m coins)
3. 1.5m coins for website design in Wordpress theme enroute
4. 2.1m coins for hosting a forum (must submit backup database) enroute
5. 600k coins for coding a faucet with required Facebook authentication and sharing, integration into wordpress needed
6. 450k for Facebook page
7. 300k coins for logo
8. 350k coins for every press release, news article you write and publish (first 10 articles, totalling 3.5m)
9. 300k coins for Philippine-based merchants who will accept payment in ePeso (first 20 merchants, totalling 6m, need to show business registration papers)
10. 250k coins for each Chinese, German, and French translation (totalling 750k coins)
11. 0.1btc to attack Viacoin and double spend ePeso, we'll increase this bounty whenever Viacoin's hashrate goes up significantly

We're also interested in volunteers for community development and public relations.

Coin Distribution for BitcoinTalk members: SUSPENDED Why? (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=827826.msg9396396#msg9396396)
1. Hero Members and above - 133,333
2. Sr. Members - 110,000
3. Full Members - 83,000
4. Members - 40,000
5. Extra 10,000 if you promote this thread in your signature


To claim coins, get your Viacoin address at https://clearwallet.co/ and pm me your address. I heard this forum bans address posting.

Twitter campaigns: SUSPENDED Why? (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=827826.msg9396396#msg9396396)

1. Follow https://twitter.com/ePesoInitiative and tweet your Viacoin address to get 10,000 ePesos
2. Once in awhile, we'll have a Twitter awareness campaign and retweets by Twitter accounts with 1,000 or more followers get 83,000 ePesos


Rough Roadmap:
1. Wallet development
2. Coin distribution to Philippine residents by Facebook authentication (adik mga Pinoy sa FB  ;D)
3. Transactions by SMS
4. EPESO to fiat piso conversion beta testing in one municipality

Take note: depending on the outcome, we do not guarantee that EPESO will be adopted.

Mabuhay ang Pinas!


Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
Post by: kcanup on October 19, 2014, 12:00:31 AM
Then why the title is gov't backed?  :o


Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 19, 2014, 12:31:08 AM
Because we are to provide material for the coming congressional arguments on crypto-currencies - on why it is beneficial to our country. 


Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
Post by: Vagnavs on October 19, 2014, 12:35:46 AM
Give me a break. I wouldn't invest a penny..


Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
Post by: DonQuijote on October 19, 2014, 12:49:52 AM
When will be free distribution available?


Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
Post by: notsofast on October 19, 2014, 01:19:38 AM
"centralized/decentralized"

Centralized as in the Phillipino government gets to control the supply and make changes to it as it sees fit...

Decentralized as in the Phillipino government wants to do so without cost to itself, instead getting "the network" to support itself.

So basically, all the risks of a central-banked federal currency but costs borne by whoever is willing to mine it, Phillipino or otherwise? How will you make this attractive enough for people to mine considering the drawback of federal centralization?

The costs of rewarding those who secure the network must be significantly lower than the costs to print physical money in order for this to pass a cost-benefit analysis. There is increased security risk to the network due to bad actors who stand to gain control of the government or its financial authority if they successfully attack the cryptocurrency.


Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
Post by: mcin5174 on October 19, 2014, 01:49:12 AM

    • Counterparty - This platform almost suit the needs of a national currency, however since it's based on the Bitcoin blockchain, it is still slow

    We have come to the conclusion that the best platform for our test currency is Viacoin's Clearinghouse Protocol. We've chosen Clearinghouse since it promises a much faster and scalable solution to issue a national digital currency in the coming months. Also, ownership and coin supply of the asset can be changed. The Philippine government may or may not acquire this asset.
    .
    http://xch.blockscan.com/assetinfo.aspx?q=EPESO

    We will update this thread on how we'll distribute coins later this coming week. We will give bounties according to your contribution.

    Take note: depending on the outcome, we do not guarantee that EPESO will be adapted.

    Mabuhay ang Pinas!

    Use Counterparty for large sums/transactions and Dogeparty for mobile wallets and small transactions. This is really not that complicated. Everything to make it happen already exists.

    And, who exactly tasked you with this? If not the PI Government then...? Yourselves? :-\


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: TTCoin on October 19, 2014, 02:04:13 AM
    How to get that free coins


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: qiuzhixin15 on October 19, 2014, 02:20:19 AM
    another free coin???


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 19, 2014, 07:24:07 AM
    "centralized/decentralized"

    Centralized as in the Phillipino government gets to control the supply and make changes to it as it sees fit...

    Decentralized as in the Phillipino government wants to do so without cost to itself, instead getting "the network" to support itself.

    So basically, all the risks of a central-banked federal currency but costs borne by whoever is willing to mine it, Phillipino or otherwise? How will you make this attractive enough for people to mine considering the drawback of federal centralization?

    The costs of rewarding those who secure the network must be significantly lower than the costs to print physical money in order for this to pass a cost-benefit analysis. There is increased security risk to the network due to bad actors who stand to gain control of the government or its financial authority if they successfully attack the cryptocurrency.

    Since it's government money, it will make changes to it as it sees fit. The government might consider helping to secure the backbone currency: Viacoin.  I'm surprised you're asking the above questions since you seem well-versed in crypto technologies.

    We don't see a government-backed currency as risky since 100 million Filipinos are using one. It seems Bitcoin is more risky since it looks like only traders use it. The Viacoin ecosystem has its own purpose and rewards. Miners should look to it rather than E-Peso. If Viacoin fails, E-Peso fails along with other assets/coins riding on its blockchain. But we're investing in the future. 


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: notsofast on October 19, 2014, 09:48:06 PM
    "centralized/decentralized"

    Centralized as in the Phillipino government gets to control the supply and make changes to it as it sees fit...

    Decentralized as in the Phillipino government wants to do so without cost to itself, instead getting "the network" to support itself.

    So basically, all the risks of a central-banked federal currency but costs borne by whoever is willing to mine it, Phillipino or otherwise? How will you make this attractive enough for people to mine considering the drawback of federal centralization?

    The costs of rewarding those who secure the network must be significantly lower than the costs to print physical money in order for this to pass a cost-benefit analysis. There is increased security risk to the network due to bad actors who stand to gain control of the government or its financial authority if they successfully attack the cryptocurrency.

    Since it's government money, it will make changes to it as it sees fit. The government might consider helping to secure the backbone currency: Viacoin.  I'm surprised you're asking the above questions since you seem well-versed in crypto technologies.

    We don't see a government-backed currency as risky since 100 million Filipinos are using one. It seems Bitcoin is more risky since it looks like only traders use it. The Viacoin ecosystem has its own purpose and rewards. Miners should look to it rather than E-Peso. If Viacoin fails, E-Peso fails along with other assets/coins riding on its blockchain. But we're investing in the future. 

    I was getting at the incentives hackers would have in attacking the ePeso as they'd stand to control not only an altcoin but possibly the government of a country, through its (crypto)currency.

    Clearly, though, I'll have to research Viacoin before I can comment further.

    Thanks for your response.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 22, 2014, 08:10:24 PM
    It looks like our decision to launch E-Peso on Viacoin is turning out to be right. Updates on bounties and claiming free coins coming soon.

    Clearinghouse is not on Bitcoin. You're either on Bitcoin or you're not and Clearinghouse is not. It could be made to work with Bitcoin because Clearinghouse is a clone of Counterparty, but then, Counterparty is already on Bitcoin. If being on Bitcoin were not such a huge advantage the Counterparty developers could move it to another chain in a day or so. They won't because there is absolutely no reason to be on another chain, but it is possible. Any flexibility and security feature that Clearinghouse has, it has because the Counterparty developers wrote the code and open sourced it on GitHub so that other people could use it as well.

    There are  plenty of reasons to be on another chain.  Faster blocks, friendly relations with chain devs, quicker/better implementation of new features/bugfixes/etc.

    Your absolute denial of them makes your position less reasonable and thus weaker, not stronger.

    As for the forced choice between "either on Bitcoin or you're not"...treechains are coming!

    http://bitcointlv.com/en/Agenda/Day-2-October-20

    Yes, this is what I'm learning. I will say for certain, I know that a big social gaming co might be the first to make this jump to clearinghouse. From what I'm told, they simply weren't happy with counterparty for whatever reason. Though they haven't ruled out counterparty, they seem to be more intrigued with clearinghouse. I have no idea when this will happen, but I'm told the first move will be merging a type of betting game on the platform as an experiment. I was also told that they are even exploring offering company shares through the platform as well. Meanwhile, I'm still just sitting here trying to figure it all out.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 23, 2014, 07:25:13 PM
    OP updated.  ;D

    Give me a break. I wouldn't invest a penny..

    You don't need to since the coins are freely distributed.

    When will be free distribution available?

    Right now.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 23, 2014, 08:00:34 PM
    For reference:
    http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/basic_16/HB04914.pdf


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: PilotofBTC on October 23, 2014, 09:03:53 PM
    curious.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ElTomeko27 on October 23, 2014, 09:37:31 PM
    Watching this initiative. ::)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ElTomeko27 on October 23, 2014, 09:51:53 PM
    Received My EPESO THANKS! Best Wishes;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: PilotofBTC on October 23, 2014, 09:55:33 PM
    Got ePesos. Good luck with your experiment.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: *Sakura* on October 23, 2014, 10:58:18 PM
    ePesos received! Thanks and good luck! :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 23, 2014, 11:09:42 PM
    I'll be back to distribute again. Gonna eat and sleep. You know what to do.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: RobTJoneS on October 24, 2014, 02:58:25 AM
    Will check this one out.
    Thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 24, 2014, 04:13:04 AM
    Just created E-Peso Official FanPage. https://www.facebook.com/ePesoOfficial
    Also I'm promoting this page for more Facebook likes!  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: MsCollec on October 24, 2014, 04:14:26 AM
    I will apply for the free distribution


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: masternode on October 24, 2014, 06:36:19 AM
    Nice to see the project has realized the importance of speed and value of Clearinghouse.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 24, 2014, 08:25:50 AM
    Nice to see the project has realized the importance of speed and value of Clearinghouse.

    yes, they did their homework.

    edit: I will promote you via twitter and in my signiture because this is a clear sign how advanced viacoin/clearinghouse is.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pigheadbig on October 24, 2014, 10:17:09 AM
    very interested, I will join in .


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Timeline on October 24, 2014, 10:40:06 AM
    Best of luck for this project!  :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: axxo on October 24, 2014, 10:40:29 AM
    This seems like a very interesting project. A government backed cryptocurrency sounds good.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: nrvkush on October 24, 2014, 10:42:32 AM
    I hope that it will succeed one day


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: madmartyk on October 24, 2014, 11:02:34 AM
    PM Sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: minlihua on October 24, 2014, 11:46:18 AM
    happy to see free coins, i applied


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ol21 on October 24, 2014, 12:55:24 PM
    Interesting Idea, Best of luck with it


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: -Blueraiven- on October 24, 2014, 01:33:10 PM
    PM sent... Mabuhay to all my fellow pinoys..


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: gagalady on October 24, 2014, 02:10:32 PM
    I wish you good luck.  :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ivanst776 on October 24, 2014, 02:31:01 PM
    Great discussions going on in here! I think EPESO can become a huge success :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 24, 2014, 03:12:45 PM
    "centralized/decentralized"

    Centralized as in the Phillipino government gets to control the supply and make changes to it as it sees fit...

    Decentralized as in the Phillipino government wants to do so without cost to itself, instead getting "the network" to support itself.

    So basically, all the risks of a central-banked federal currency but costs borne by whoever is willing to mine it, Phillipino or otherwise? How will you make this attractive enough for people to mine considering the drawback of federal centralization?

    The costs of rewarding those who secure the network must be significantly lower than the costs to print physical money in order for this to pass a cost-benefit analysis. There is increased security risk to the network due to bad actors who stand to gain control of the government or its financial authority if they successfully attack the cryptocurrency.

    Since it's government money, it will make changes to it as it sees fit. The government might consider helping to secure the backbone currency: Viacoin.  I'm surprised you're asking the above questions since you seem well-versed in crypto technologies.

    We don't see a government-backed currency as risky since 100 million Filipinos are using one. It seems Bitcoin is more risky since it looks like only traders use it. The Viacoin ecosystem has its own purpose and rewards. Miners should look to it rather than E-Peso. If Viacoin fails, E-Peso fails along with other assets/coins riding on its blockchain. But we're investing in the future. 

     :o Viacoin will be huge


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 24, 2014, 03:19:13 PM
    For reference:
    http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/basic_16/HB04914.pdf

    Are you from Philippines government?   :o Very happy to see epeso will be launched on Viacoin/XCH platform


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: yo2monty on October 24, 2014, 03:20:07 PM
    A good case on ClearingHouse. :o


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: romawi on October 24, 2014, 03:47:56 PM
    Interesting project. sent PM


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: mnporter2001 on October 24, 2014, 03:54:15 PM
    Hmm not sure what to make of this but as its a free release I shall see where it leads

    PM sent

    Thanks
    Mark


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: mintsauce on October 24, 2014, 04:25:38 PM
    Sounds Interesting
    PM sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: feixiangyu on October 24, 2014, 04:41:37 PM
    PM Sent
    thanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Black_Market on October 24, 2014, 05:18:42 PM
    pm sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: DenisZabar on October 24, 2014, 06:10:04 PM
    Please post here signature ant twitter account so we can promote you  :D

    pm sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: cryptochris88 on October 24, 2014, 06:36:10 PM
    Interesting but is this official?  ???


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: zheratuul on October 24, 2014, 07:12:41 PM
    This coin looks promising  :)

    pm sent!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 24, 2014, 07:17:10 PM
    Just created E-Peso Official FanPage. https://www.facebook.com/ePesoOfficial
    Also I'm promoting this page for more Facebook likes!  ;D

    Kendx, usap muna tayo. You may claim the Facebook page bounty, we'll need to talk about distribution through that page.

    Are you from Philippines government?   :o Very happy to see epeso will be launched on Viacoin/XCH platform

    No, we were hired by people who have congressional ties to the lawmakers. We need to ascertain if the Viacoin platform can scale big and fast transactions. If it's cost-effective as opposed to traditional networks with terminals installed at key points (mobile telcos and banks). We will be putting everything in a report and maybe the government will adapt this test asset (if everything is already set-up and working) or just compensate beta testers for trying it out by buying back your coins.

    Interesting but is this official?  ???

    Please re-read OP.

    ______________________

    I'll be continuing the distribution now. Thanks for your cooperation.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: cryptochris88 on October 24, 2014, 07:22:17 PM
    Hmmm, oh well better be a tester now than have regrets...  :o
    Truth be told, I hope this pushes through and not just some pump and dump coin.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: aragoon on October 24, 2014, 07:26:16 PM
    Wish you success with this project. VIA with Clearinghouse and Clearwallet is hot. Only 25 times faster than btc. And it's getting hotter.  ;)
    PM sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: madmartyk on October 24, 2014, 07:38:10 PM
    I would love to see this design in the logo!!  The Onza coin design is great!!

    https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR91UQVlqcn9z7cOsdL6cIWypGjhRX0RLp2wqdvlvITSKjfixwH


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: RUNNY on October 24, 2014, 07:55:42 PM
    PM sent
    Thanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Black_Market on October 24, 2014, 08:03:05 PM
    Wish you success with this project. VIA with Clearinghouse and Clearwallet is hot. Only 25 times faster than btc. And it's getting hotter.  ;)
    PM sent

    but via trading volume small  :(


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: iCEBREAKER on October 24, 2014, 08:19:34 PM
    I would love to see this design in the logo!!  The Onza coin design is great!!

    https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR91UQVlqcn9z7cOsdL6cIWypGjhRX0RLp2wqdvlvITSKjfixwH

    LOL, wrong peso bro.  But yes, the Onza is a beautiful coin!   8)

    Overstock+Counterpary is nothing compared to the potential of ePeso. 

    Overstock=bedsheets; Philippines=100 million people.

    The .ph .gov may back ePeso, while Wall Street's captured regulators in DC will drone Patrick Byrne before they let him take away their excess (IPO, lobbying, etc.) profits by evolving financial markets into smart property.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: madmartyk on October 24, 2014, 08:28:44 PM
    The old coinage from the Philippines is wonderful!!!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: madmartyk on October 24, 2014, 08:30:14 PM
    https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSudf0a7YKX0tvcmmaNB8Mln0JTGf8OZn1fvafxlVv0hpzt_KTT7g


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 24, 2014, 08:44:25 PM
    Actually, the logo isn't important  ;D, but it gives the 'community' something to do.


    Just finished distributing:
    http://xch.blockscan.com/assetholders.aspx?q=EPESO

    All the coins in Vc7vBkkqVYpSYWHm6Crkyc9pRxYLwo9Zwv will be distributed. I'll update on how we'll distribute to Filipinos through Facebook.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: madmartyk on October 24, 2014, 08:49:04 PM
    They are there!!  Thanks!!!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: TKKP on October 24, 2014, 08:57:32 PM
    what the con heo


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: zheratuul on October 24, 2014, 09:33:39 PM
    Received my coins! Thanks  :P


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: sofu on October 24, 2014, 09:47:23 PM
    received the coins too. thanks dev  ;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Bank_sy on October 24, 2014, 10:33:38 PM
    Please clarify about 'Gov't-backed' ?!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: DenisZabar on October 24, 2014, 10:40:54 PM
    Received. Thanks  ;)

    Also tweeted https://twitter.com/denyzabac and folloving you  :D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 24, 2014, 11:15:59 PM
    Please clarify about 'Gov't-backed' ?!

    Read OP


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: solstice on October 24, 2014, 11:20:11 PM
    The distribution seems very interesting, am very curious how it will all work out.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 24, 2014, 11:30:15 PM
    The distribution seems very interesting, am very curious how it will all work out.

    We're looking at the Stellar coin model. I'll continue distribution later on.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 25, 2014, 12:25:35 AM
    Just created E-Peso Official FanPage. https://www.facebook.com/ePesoOfficial
    Also I'm promoting this page for more Facebook likes!  ;D

    Kendx, usap muna tayo. You may claim the Facebook page bounty, we'll need to talk about distribution through that page.

    Are you from Philippines government?   :o Very happy to see epeso will be launched on Viacoin/XCH platform

    No, we were hired by people who have congressional ties to the lawmakers. We need to ascertain if the Viacoin platform can scale big and fast transactions. If it's cost-effective as opposed to traditional networks with terminals installed at key points (mobile telcos and banks). We will be putting everything in a report and maybe the government will adapt this test asset (if everything is already set-up and working) or just compensate beta testers for trying it out by buying back your coins.

    Interesting but is this official?  ???

    Please re-read OP.

    ______________________

    I'll be continuing the distribution now. Thanks for your cooperation.

    WOW, such potential in the future, I think your government will use viacoin platform. It is much faster than BTC.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 25, 2014, 01:39:12 AM
    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=834056

    The Chinese translation thread, it is easier for Chinese investors to join this project  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: RUNNY on October 25, 2014, 01:50:28 AM
    Received my coins ;D
    Thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 25, 2014, 01:57:55 AM

    Kendx, usap muna tayo. You may claim the Facebook page bounty, we'll need to talk about distribution through that page.


    PM sent. How can I claim my bounty? Thanks a lot.  ;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: coin1688 on October 25, 2014, 01:59:54 AM
    Received..
    Thanks  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 25, 2014, 02:17:44 AM

    Kendx, usap muna tayo. You may claim the Facebook page bounty, we'll need to talk about distribution through that page.


    PM sent. How can I claim my bounty? Thanks a lot.  ;)

    get your viacoin address on clearwallet.co (http://clearwallet.co)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 25, 2014, 02:28:21 AM

    Kendx, usap muna tayo. You may claim the Facebook page bounty, we'll need to talk about distribution through that page.


    PM sent. How can I claim my bounty? Thanks a lot.  ;)

    get your viacoin address on clearwallet.co (http://clearwallet.co)

    I already do that, and have also pm my address to ePesoInitiative. I think he needs to verify that I'm the one who accomplished the bounty.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: robstak on October 25, 2014, 02:44:21 AM
    I just created a wallet on clearwallet.co (http://clearwallet.co), waiting for my share.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 25, 2014, 04:37:44 AM
    you guys know that you can allready trade those epesos on the decentralized viacoin clrearinghouse protocol? I put a buy offer for some vias in.... join the decentralized trade. Dont stick to your attachment to central authorities (whatever the eposo will bring to the people....) However, trade with me decentralized please! harrrharrr

    ps: thanks for the free epesos. Guys stick to their promise of free coins here (I got mine) The first offer has arrived (0.001 via for the epeso)! Lets get the free markets decide on this.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: zhizhi321 on October 25, 2014, 05:50:11 AM
    hope you can succeed with your idea


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: mirador17 on October 25, 2014, 05:52:36 AM
    wallet created, pm sent. thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Vendettacoin on October 25, 2014, 05:54:09 AM
    How many coins in total?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: serjent05 on October 25, 2014, 06:15:00 AM
    Be aware this isnt Gov't Backed  like what the title said,  it's misleading!  This is just some ripoff from an idea
     HERE (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=816977.0) ,  any confirmation about Phil gov't backing this up ?

    Take note: depending on the outcome, we do not guarantee that EPESO will be adapted.

    Mabuhay ang Pinas!

    backed but not adopted ??


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 25, 2014, 06:46:10 AM
    Be aware this isnt Gov't Backed just like what the title said,  it's misleading!  This is just some ripoff from an idea
     HERE (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=816977.0) ,  any confirmation about Phil gov't backing this up ?

    Take note: depending on the outcome, we do not guarantee that EPESO will be adapted.

    Mabuhay ang Pinas!

    backed but not adopted ??

    "Also, ownership and coin supply of the asset can be changed. The Philippine government may or may not acquire this asset."

    "we do not guarantee that EPESO will be adapted."

    Maybe adopted, maybe not.

    IMO if Philippines government executes this bill, EPESO must be adopted.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: yo2monty on October 25, 2014, 07:40:25 AM
    ePeso is the first gov't backed asset in the cryptoworld. 8)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: 794259332 on October 25, 2014, 07:45:04 AM
    have send pm, please send :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: dukektm on October 25, 2014, 10:01:41 AM
    i have pm you.. thank you dev  :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 10:45:02 AM
    kindly check the definition of the term "backed"

    The budget we received to start this preliminary study obviously came from the "government" - hence, government-backed and it is not big. I don't know where your skepticism comes from since we're giving away all the coins. In fact, we encourage you to use it or give it away and not to exchange it for money.

    Let's be realistic. The Viacoin protocol on which this coin is based on is so immature in its current state. Mobile payments are far, far more advanced in its development. In our country, mobile telcos had launched "Smart Money" and "G-Cash" (Google it) on which both are much easier to use. The only problem with them is they require trusting a third party, being centralized and require huge amount of resources - while blockchain technology needs the resources its users provide to maintain and protect the integrity of the network.

    So far, Viacoin/Clearinghouse seems to be a better version of Bitcoin/Counterparty at this point in time. Our government wants to catch up with emerging technologies, hence, this study.

    Actually, if you just hold on to your free coins, it may reach 0.00006513 satoshis (based on BTC/PHP) some day.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 25, 2014, 11:20:13 AM
    kindly check the definition of the term "backed"

    The budget we received to start this preliminary study obviously came from the "government" - hence, government-backed and it is not big. I don't know where your skepticism comes from since we're giving away all the coins. In fact, we encourage you to use it or give it away and not to exchange it for money.

    Let's be realistic. The Viacoin protocol on which this coin is based on is so immature in its current state. Mobile payments are far, far more advanced in its development. In our country, mobile telcos had launched "Smart Money" and "G-Cash" (Google it) on which both are much easier to use. The only problem with them is they require trusting a third party, being centralized and require huge amount of resources - while blockchain technology needs the resources its users provide to maintain and protect the integrity of the network.

    So far, Viacoin/Clearinghouse seems to be a better version of Bitcoin/Counterparty at this point in time. Our government wants to catch up with emerging technologies, hence, this study.

    Actually, if you just hold on to your free coins, it may reach 0.00006513 satoshis (based on BTC/PHP) some day.

    Thanks your views, you can talk with viacoin dev by PM or IRC.   https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.freenode.net:6666/viacoin


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: belmonty on October 25, 2014, 11:23:21 AM
    I have never used Viacoin before. Does our Viacoin wallet need to be funded with Viacoins before we can receive our E-Pesos?

    Are E-Pesos a Viacoin asset or something? Does the balance show up on the first wallet page once we have them in our wallets?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 11:28:41 AM
    I have never used Viacoin before. Does our Viacoin wallet need to be funded with Viacoins before we can receive our E-Pesos?

    Are E-Pesos a Viacoin asset or something? Does the balance show up on the first wallet page once we have them in our wallets?


    No, the Viacoin wallet does not need to be funded in order to receive. However, you need 0.005 Viacoins in order to send or exchange. Keep 0.01 Viacoins to make multiple transactions. Technically, e-Pesos are a Viacoin asset/token. Yes, the balance shows up.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: quasimodo on October 25, 2014, 11:36:09 AM
    I have never used Viacoin before. Does our Viacoin wallet need to be funded with Viacoins before we can receive our E-Pesos?

    Are E-Pesos a Viacoin asset or something? Does the balance show up on the first wallet page once we have them in our wallets?


    No, the Viacoin wallet does not need to be funded in order to receive. However, you need 0.005 Viacoins in order to send or exchange. Keep 0.01 Viacoins to make multiple transactions. Technically, e-Pesos are a Viacoin asset/token. Yes, the balance shows up.

    Good to know, thanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: jalmari on October 25, 2014, 12:57:55 PM
    This looks interesting. PM sent! :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: hoian0809 on October 25, 2014, 01:09:43 PM
    PM sent.

    I am waiting to receive it, I have not yet received it.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ol21 on October 25, 2014, 01:24:19 PM
    PM sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Dabs on October 25, 2014, 01:54:51 PM
    Someone pointed me to this thread. And a post on this thread points to my thread.

    But hey, we're all Filipinos, (and some expats) so whatever works, then good. So I'm supposed to get, hmmm, 133k of your version of epeso if I ask for it? Ok.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 02:24:23 PM
    Someone pointed me to this thread. And a post on this thread points to my thread.

    But hey, we're all Filipinos, (and some expats) so whatever works, then good. So I'm supposed to get, hmmm, 133k of your version of epeso if I ask for it? Ok.

    Pards, kung may kilala kang mga Saudi Pinoy expat community para mabigyan ng libreng coins, malaking tulong yan.  :)

    At the moment, we're in the discovery and awareness stage. 98% of Filipinos don't know about Bitcoin. More so, 99.9% of Filipino OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers) also don't know, much less about altcoins - LOL. We initially distributed the coin here in this forum because I was told that most of the crypto developers hang out here. We welcome your most critical input. Thanks.

    Let me stress that your free coins are for sharing to other people.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Skatebird on October 25, 2014, 02:36:59 PM
    Is there a wallet we can download for this coin?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 02:40:07 PM
    Is there a wallet we can download for this coin?

    Not yet. Still working on that. In the meantime, you can use https://clearwallet.co/


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: mrakbox on October 25, 2014, 02:49:46 PM
    This looks interesting.
    PM sent!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: hazubai on October 25, 2014, 02:53:56 PM
    wallet created and pm sent.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Black_Market on October 25, 2014, 03:22:54 PM
    Is there a wallet we can download for this coin?

    Not yet. Still working on that. In the meantime, you can use https://clearwallet.co/
    is it possible build new wallet based an asset?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: adjiadjo on October 25, 2014, 03:26:36 PM
    PM sent ,
    and already tweeted too.

     ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: MisterGreen on October 25, 2014, 03:29:24 PM
    Pm sent, looks very interesting.
    Will keep an eye on your project. :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Superxfast on October 25, 2014, 03:38:35 PM
    pm sent. interesting project.  ::)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: trafficolaa on October 25, 2014, 03:42:50 PM
    it sounds great, pm sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 25, 2014, 03:44:54 PM
    German translation:
    http://www.philstar.com/business/2014/10/05/1376516/solon-pushes-e-peso-act
    https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/philippines-e-peso-digital-currency-use-bitcoin-technology/
    https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/bitcoiners-assess-filipino-e-peso-bill-2014/
    http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/basic_16/HB04914.pdf

    Hier ist eine interessante Analyse eines philippinischen Bitcoiners:
    Quote
    Damit nun eine digitale Währung in der Lage ist, irgendeins dieser Dinge zu ermöglichen, muss sie kostengünstig zu nutzen und zu verteilen sein.  Die Strategie in der E-Peso Verordnung muss dementsprechend angepasst werden um jenen zwei Erfordernissen zu genügen. https://medium.com/@Cryptonight/dissecting-the-e-peso-bill-of-2014-8b9bc73b509c

    Wir wurden mit einer vorläufigen Machbarkeitsstudie beauftragt, welche die Möglichkeiten einer zentralisierten, dezentraleren Cryptowährung im Sinne eines legalen Zahlungsmittels eruiert. Die Verteilung der Währung muss zentral vonstatten gehen wobei die Sicherheit des Netzwerks von jedweden Computern gewährleistet wird.

    Gruppenmitglieder:
    ePesoInitiative2 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=387892)
    ePesoInitiative3 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=387893)

    Hierfür haben wir sorgfältig mehrere Cryptoökosysteme untersucht:

    • Pures Proof of Work and Proof of Stake - Beide Systeme belohnen die Teilnehmer mit neuen Münzen, was nicht ideal da nur die Zentralbank neue Münzen ausgeben darf
    • NXT - Schneller download der Blockchain, hat gute Unterstützung weltweit. Allerdings ist die Geldmenge auf die ursprüngliche Ausschüttung begrenzt. Die Zentralbank braucht aber die Flexibilität die Geldmenge später anzupassen.
    • Mastercoin - Zu langsam für alltäglichen Gebrauch da auf Bitcoin basierend
    • Bitshares X - Schnell, aber die Brieftasche muss vor Gebrauch befüllt werden und das downloaden der Blockchain ist zu langsam. Beides ist nicht geeignet für neue Nutzer.
    • Counterparty - Diese Plattform hat eigentlich fast alles was für eine staatliche Währung gebraucht wird. Nur ist diese zu langsam da auf Bitcoin basierend.

    Wir sind zu der Schlussfolgerung gelangt, dass die beste Plattform für unsere Testwährung Viacoin's Clearinghouseprotokoll ist. Wir habe uns für Clearinghouse aufgrund seiner Geschwindigkeit und Skalierbarkeit entschieden. Letztere sind entscheidend um in den nächsten Monaten eine nationale, digitale Währung herauszugeben. Darüberhinaus können die Eigentumsverhältnisse sowie das Angebot dieses Finanzinstrument angepasst werden.
    .
    http://xch.blockscan.com/assetinfo.aspx?q=EPESO

    Warum steht dann in der Ankündigung, dass es staatlich anerkannt ist?  :o
    Da wir positives Material für die Argumentation bezüglich digitaler Währungen im Kongress sammeln werden.

    Seid ihr von der philippinischen Regierung?  Bin sehr froh, dass epeso von der viacoin/XCH Plattform verteilt werden.

    Nein, wir sind von Personen eingestellt worden, welche Verbindungen mit den Gesetzgebern im Kongress haben. Wir sollen sicherstellen das Viacoin belastbar, schnell genug ist und kosteneffektiv ist. Letzteres im Vergleich zu traditionellen Netzwerken und Finanzprodukten. Wir werden alles in einem Report zusammenführen und vieleicht wird die Regierung dieses Finanzprodukt  annehmen oder Betatester durch Ankauf der Münzen kompensieren.

    Ausschreibungen:
    1.   3.5m Münzen für eine Android wallet Anwendung - muss ePeso und Viacoin Kontostände beinhalten. Extra 300k für eine Tagalog Übersetzung.
    2.   1.5m Münzen für Börsen welche ePeso/Fiat Konversion anbieten (gilt nur für die ersten vier, insgesamt 6m Münzen)
    3.   1.5m Münzen für eine Webseite in Wordpress.
    4.   2.1m Münzen um ein Forum zu hosten (mit Backupdatenbank)
    5. 600k Münzen um ein Faucet zu programmieren. Facebook anmeldung und -teilen, sowie Integration in wordpress gebraucht.
    6. 450k for Facebook page
    7. 300k Münzen für ein Logo
    8. 350k Münzen für jeden Presseartikel. (erster 10 veröffentlicht, total 3.5m)
    9. 300k Münzen für philippinische Einzelhändler, welche die ePeso nachweislich akzeptieren  (gilt für die ersten 20 Einzelhändler, müssen ihre Registration nachweisen, insgesamt 6m Münzen)
    10. 250k Münzen für eine chinesische Übersetzung
    11. 0.1 btc für eine Attacke auf Viacoin und den Versuch ePeso zu double spenden. Wir werden diesen Betrag mit zunehmender hashrate von Viacoin anpassen.

    Wir sind auch an Freiwilligen für die Gemeindearbeit und PR interessiert:

    Münzverteilung für BitcoinTalk Mitglieder:
    1. Hero Member und höher - 133333
    2. Sr. Member - 110000
    3. Full Members - 83000
    4. Members - 40000
    5. Extra 10000 falls du dieses Forum in deine Signatur packst

    Um eure epesos zu bekommen müsst ihr euch eine Viacoinaddresse besorgen https://clearwallet.co/ sie mir per PM zukommen lassen. Ich habe gehört, dass dieses Forum dass Adressenposten verbietet.

    Twitterkampanien:

    1. Folgt  https://twitter.com/ePesoInitiative und tweetet eure Viacoinaddresse um 10000 ePesos zu bekommen
    2. Ab und an werden wir Twitterkampanien haben und retweets von Twitteraccounts mit 1000 oder mehr Followern becommen 83000 ePesos.


    Grober Fahrplan:
    1. Walletentwicklung
    2. Verteilung der Währung an die philippinische Bevölkerung durch Facebookanmeldung (adik mga Pinoy sa FB   )
    3. Transaktionen via SMS
    4. Betatest von fiat ePeso Umwandlung in einem Bezirk.


    Bitte beachtet, dass wir nicht für die gesetzliche Implementierung des ePesos garantieren können!

    Mabuhay ang Pinas!



    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: serjent05 on October 25, 2014, 03:58:34 PM
    Someone pointed me to this thread. And a post on this thread points to my thread.

    But hey, we're all Filipinos, (and some expats) so whatever works, then good. So I'm supposed to get, hmmm, 133k of your version of epeso if I ask for it? Ok.

    yeah deleted my post,  since Dabs the 1st poster here about epeso agreed with you


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: jalmari on October 25, 2014, 04:01:45 PM
    This looks interesting. PM sent! :)

    Now also following: @JalmariKalervo + tweeted my address.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: tiger5056 on October 25, 2014, 04:30:08 PM
    already PM.
    waiting to get involve.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: nagatlakshmi on October 25, 2014, 04:36:43 PM
    PM Sent.

    Followed Twitter and will add signature later.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: TTCoin on October 25, 2014, 04:52:47 PM
    i applied.
    thanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 06:06:12 PM
    Is there a wallet we can download for this coin?

    Not yet. Still working on that. In the meantime, you can use https://clearwallet.co/
    is it possible build new wallet based an asset?

    It can be done, yes.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 25, 2014, 07:08:17 PM
    He guys I delivered you the German translation.... see some posts above


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: romawi on October 25, 2014, 07:49:45 PM
    He guys I delivered you the German translation.... see some posts above

    You have to post it as a thread in the german section.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 25, 2014, 08:21:51 PM
    He guys I delivered you the German translation.... see some posts above

    You have to post it as a thread in the german section.

    ok... never looked at a German section....

    well posted it now here in the German section https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=834724.new#new


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: biggernugs on October 25, 2014, 08:35:16 PM
    Just sent a PM & followed on Twitter. This sounds interesting & would like to see where it goes myself.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: totoy on October 25, 2014, 08:44:49 PM
    watching


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: smackii on October 25, 2014, 08:56:38 PM
    Pm'ed, and willing to add it on my signature. First ever if i will ;D

    ilan nga pala total supply neto? ???


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 09:02:03 PM
    Pm'ed, and willing to add it on my signature. First ever if i will ;D

    ilan nga pala total supply neto? ???

    Check block explorer at OP, 'tol  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Arux on October 25, 2014, 09:04:33 PM
    PM sent + add signature.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: jowo88 on October 25, 2014, 09:05:26 PM
    PM sent dude
    waiting for free coin  ;D



    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: totoy on October 25, 2014, 09:13:44 PM
    pm sent tol, la pang tulog ;D
    thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 09:16:52 PM
    pm sent tol, la pang tulog ;D
    thanks

    Grabe ka, alas-singko na, ha  :o


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: totoy on October 25, 2014, 09:28:13 PM
    pm sent tol, la pang tulog ;D
    thanks

    Grabe ka, alas-singko na, ha  :o

    Haha onga patulog p lng  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 25, 2014, 09:55:50 PM
    Breaktime first. Then I'll email you, Kendx. And then Twitter distribution.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: n3lz0n on October 25, 2014, 10:28:34 PM
    hmmm interesting....

    Philippine Govt backed coin?... hmmmm.....

    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,,,,


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 25, 2014, 11:11:02 PM
    Breaktime first. Then I'll email you, Kendx. And then Twitter distribution.

    Ok po. Waiting...


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 25, 2014, 11:47:46 PM
    Got my Chinese translation bounty, thanks!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 25, 2014, 11:55:57 PM
    Got my Chinese translation bounty, thanks!

    Congrats! :o I'm still waiting on my Facebook Fanpage bounty.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: mrakbox on October 26, 2014, 02:00:06 AM
    Received...
    Thank you  :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: lanbo on October 26, 2014, 02:16:08 AM
    I like the idea of EPESO, I believe this coin has lots of potential if properly supported by good community.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 26, 2014, 02:55:12 AM
    I like the idea of EPESO, I believe this coin has lots of potential if properly supported by good community.

    That's also what I think. Let's support E-Peso and like E-Peso on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/ePesoOfficial


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Superxfast on October 26, 2014, 03:06:25 AM
    Received

    Thanks a lot  :D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: snappa4ever on October 26, 2014, 03:07:18 AM
    This is a good initiative and it has the chance to achive good coverage like stellar.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: leannemckim46 on October 26, 2014, 03:47:30 AM
    Waiting for my stake. Hopefully the coin will take off.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: nagatlakshmi on October 26, 2014, 04:19:34 AM
    PM Sent.

    Followed Twitter and will add signature later.

    Got my coins.  Thank you very much.

    But Till Can't get coins for twitter activity and waiting for the same.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: homeey on October 26, 2014, 04:23:21 AM
    Very interesting coin..... Keep Watching


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: tokeweed on October 26, 2014, 04:54:06 AM
    for real world currencies backed by a government, i think ripple is a perfect fit.  a countries' central bank would be the perfect ripple gateway.

    i know ripple is frowned upon in these parts, but please explore the tech, be open minded and see for yourself. 


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: tokeweed on October 26, 2014, 04:55:04 AM
    also check out this project utilizing ripple for their LETS economy:  http://weboftrust.net

    awesme stuff imo..


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: JUmpy14 on October 26, 2014, 08:09:00 AM
    thanks for new coin sir  ;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 26, 2014, 09:31:57 AM
    Thanks, bounty for German translation recieved


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 26, 2014, 09:34:16 AM
    you can allready trade your epesos on the decentralized exchange https://clearwallet.co/


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Arux on October 26, 2014, 10:07:11 AM
    you can allready trade your epesos on the decentralized exchange https://clearwallet.co/

    i don't see any established market for epeso in clearwallet.co

    i can see my owned epeso in my portfolio but no way to trade them for the moment.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 26, 2014, 10:21:53 AM
    you can allready trade your epesos on the decentralized exchange https://clearwallet.co/

    i don't see any established market for epeso in clearwallet.co

    i can see my owned epeso in my portfolio but no way to trade them for the moment.

    Right, I will trade when PH government really adopts this coin, you know, to da moon! ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 26, 2014, 10:24:46 AM
    you can allready trade your epesos on the decentralized exchange https://clearwallet.co/

    i don't see any established market for epeso in clearwallet.co

    i can see my owned epeso in my portfolio but no way to trade them for the moment.

    there is a tab on the left: exchange. There you have to find the pair for epeso via (markets)  and there is one buy and one sell offer in the moment.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ol21 on October 26, 2014, 11:27:14 AM
    Received my e-peso thanks 


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: dukektm on October 26, 2014, 01:52:36 PM
    Received my e-peso thanks 
    me2 thank you dev  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: endcoin on October 26, 2014, 01:59:06 PM
    e-peso is something like mexican money? :D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: bitcoinmaster12 on October 26, 2014, 02:02:51 PM
    I didn't receive it yet :( I send you a message


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: biggernugs on October 26, 2014, 03:12:23 PM
    Got my ePeso reward from the thread but still waiting for the coins from Twitter

    https://twitter.com/Big_Nugs/status/526108087619698688

    Thanks!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: DenisZabar on October 26, 2014, 05:19:47 PM
    Thanks, received my assets for twitter promotion ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Timeline on October 26, 2014, 06:40:57 PM
    EPESO can be bought and sold on clearwallet.co both in VIA and XCH.
    I just bought EPESOS a few minutes ago. Join the action guys!  :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Arux on October 26, 2014, 07:52:33 PM
    you can allready trade your epesos on the decentralized exchange https://clearwallet.co/

    i don't see any established market for epeso in clearwallet.co

    i can see my owned epeso in my portfolio but no way to trade them for the moment.

    there is a tab on the left: exchange. There you have to find the pair for epeso via (markets)  and there is one buy and one sell offer in the moment.

    thanks, i didn't notice it. (early in the morning, i'm as blind as a bat...)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: naplam on October 26, 2014, 10:36:24 PM

    Viacoin? you must be kidding me. This is a real coin and the real ePeso: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826567.0


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 26, 2014, 11:11:04 PM
    for real world currencies backed by a government, i think ripple is a perfect fit.  a countries' central bank would be the perfect ripple gateway.

    i know ripple is frowned upon in these parts, but please explore the tech, be open minded and see for yourself.  

    Please explain the Ripple tech. As far as I know it also works like NXT with a proof of stake-like consensus and there's voting involved for gateways? Another thing, wallets have to be pre-loaded with its currency. Let me remind you, the Central Bank alone has the mandate to issue coins.

    Right now, we're actually discussing an issue on how to demonetize e-Peso in Clearinghouse whenever/if ever the time comes (reference: http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=cWcVAAAAIBAJ&sjid=igsEAAAAIBAJ&pg=4928%2C4696327 and http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=ZWcVAAAAIBAJ&sjid=igsEAAAAIBAJ&dq=lipunan&pg=6182%2C2115669) If you have any ideas about this, we would appreciate it.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ciprian220 on October 26, 2014, 11:39:11 PM
    I want some Peso....offer still alive?  :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 26, 2014, 11:42:05 PM
    Yes, however, there's a long line since Clearwallet only allows two sends at a time. Just PM your viacoin address.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: iCEBREAKER on October 26, 2014, 11:48:33 PM

    Viacoin? you must be kidding me. This is a real coin and the real ePeso: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826567.0

    The .gov.ph will decide which proposal becomes the "real ePeso."

    As for that other one, it uses SHA256 so it will be trivial for BCX to chainfork just for the lulz.

    XCH (not yet another Bitcoin clone) is the best available platform for ePeso.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 27, 2014, 12:58:21 AM
    I've Received my bounty. Thanks  :D 


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: zrunfeng on October 27, 2014, 01:18:20 AM
    i am in,this would be a good idea


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Skatebird on October 27, 2014, 01:26:01 AM

    Viacoin? you must be kidding me. This is a real coin and the real ePeso: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826567.0

    What the fuck is that??


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pigheadbig on October 27, 2014, 07:45:12 AM
    hope the distribution will go well.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pigheadbig on October 27, 2014, 07:47:02 AM

    Viacoin? you must be kidding me. This is a real coin and the real ePeso: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826567.0

    What the fuck is that??
    wow, what's the different of these two thread and two coins?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Roar76 on October 27, 2014, 11:23:54 AM
    pm sent
    signature updated


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: mintsauce on October 27, 2014, 12:16:01 PM
    Pm was sent on friday, best of luck with all this


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: bitsurfer2014 on October 27, 2014, 03:40:27 PM
    pm sent last Saturday..Goodluck pre


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ROBERTO on October 27, 2014, 04:20:28 PM
    Hello, hope i'am not late for join the free distribution!
    Pm sent, follow and address tweeted : https://twitter.com/AltCryptoFollow/status/526767353271693312

    Thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: cheakyanne on October 27, 2014, 11:21:13 PM
    VrBKhspQ7gHxNzBWEVzAMs7ByZ5TkiJWYh that is my VIACOIN address. Thanks for the giveaway


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pigheadbig on October 28, 2014, 02:37:31 AM
    VrBKhspQ7gHxNzBWEVzAMs7ByZ5TkiJWYh that is my VIACOIN address. Thanks for the giveaway
    NO post the address, or the thread will be locked.
    just pm the dev ,he will deal with.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: J9901 on October 28, 2014, 09:00:41 AM
    Oooo..Philippines! Count me in.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ShinRenNu on October 28, 2014, 10:08:38 AM
    PM Sent. Good luck to us all.  :D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pigheadbig on October 28, 2014, 11:36:27 AM
    still stuck in network of via?
    not receive the coins yet.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: derrend on October 28, 2014, 11:38:18 AM
    Did the government indicate when they might make the decision?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 28, 2014, 12:24:06 PM
    Did the government indicate when they might make the decision?

    It will take 2 to 3 years I guess.  ::)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: BlackMarket on October 28, 2014, 02:18:25 PM
    PM sent and waiting  ;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: jukka on October 28, 2014, 04:25:34 PM
    I sent PM two days ago but have not received anything. could you please check? thx!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ShinRenNu on October 28, 2014, 05:03:08 PM
    Same here. Sent PM yesterday but haven't receive coins yet. ::)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 28, 2014, 05:32:35 PM
    Patience..distribution by clearwallet allows only two sends. But if done with its daemon, it will be faster. This requires coding. I'm sorry about the newbies, you can't get any here. Go to Twitter. If you're Filipino, there will be distribution in the Stellar community. Thanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: naplam on October 28, 2014, 05:52:04 PM
    sent you a pm. (not about receiving coins)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: BlackMarket on October 28, 2014, 05:58:49 PM
    Patience..distribution by clearwallet allows only two sends. But if done with its daemon, it will be faster. This requires coding. I'm sorry about the newbies, you can't get any here. Go to Twitter. If you're Filipino, there will be distribution in the Stellar community. Thanks.
    stellar link ?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fabula on October 28, 2014, 06:00:34 PM
    Pm sent


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Hermanny on October 28, 2014, 07:09:33 PM
    Just noticed this and sent PM. So, please accept my registration, thank you!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: kendx on October 28, 2014, 11:26:48 PM
    sent you a pm. (not about receiving coins)

    What's up?  ???


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: Dabs on October 29, 2014, 01:04:02 AM
    Pm sent.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: hashpuppy on October 29, 2014, 06:23:07 AM
    PM sent.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: J9901 on October 29, 2014, 06:41:36 AM
    At least the other fake E-Peso premine scam decided to finally quit..From it's dev;

    ...
    Anyway, it doesn't matter any more because I'm cancelling the launch of this currency. With the lackluster support from the community and the lack of understanding about cryptocurrencies from the Ph govt, it's really not worth my time. I'd rather launch a cryptocurrency with some innovative features (you had a point there) and I do have a couple of good ideas I'll eventually execute.

    This is the real e-Peso


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 29, 2014, 08:07:57 AM
    check out the decentralized exchange in the clearwallet. We can trade epeso for via and xch there. No other institution involved. No Gox, Mintpal and co. This is the future guys

    Just look under the left tap "Exchanges-->Markets"


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: gagalady on October 29, 2014, 08:15:37 AM
    Thanks.. Hoping the future is full of brightness.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: bitsurfer2014 on October 29, 2014, 08:57:07 AM
    pm sent last Saturday..Goodluck pre

    Received my E-PESO.  Thank you.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: naplam on October 29, 2014, 10:35:58 AM
    At least the other fake E-Peso premine scam decided to finally quit..From it's dev;

    ...
    Anyway, it doesn't matter any more because I'm cancelling the launch of this currency. With the lackluster support from the community and the lack of understanding about cryptocurrencies from the Ph govt, it's really not worth my time. I'd rather launch a cryptocurrency with some innovative features (you had a point there) and I do have a couple of good ideas I'll eventually execute.

    This is the real e-Peso
    Good luck but you'll only fail miserably. At least mine had a minimal chance of being something. This one was born dead. PMs to request coins from a100% premine?? ffs...


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: J9901 on October 29, 2014, 10:41:19 AM
    At least the other fake E-Peso premine scam decided to finally quit..From it's dev;

    ...
    Anyway, it doesn't matter any more because I'm cancelling the launch of this currency. With the lackluster support from the community and the lack of understanding about cryptocurrencies from the Ph govt, it's really not worth my time. I'd rather launch a cryptocurrency with some innovative features (you had a point there) and I do have a couple of good ideas I'll eventually execute.

    This is the real e-Peso
    Good luck but you'll only fail miserably. At least mine had a minimal chance of being something. This one was born dead. PMs to request coins from a100% premine?? ffs...

    LOL. A chance of being something? Thats probably why your fake project coin so quick. Haha

    Btw, its called Free Distribution. Nothing to lose for early investors. Unlike your scam attempt.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: y_boonstra on October 29, 2014, 10:53:20 AM
    PM send..

    and added thread promotion in my signature


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: lumeire on October 29, 2014, 11:04:00 AM
    PM Sent! Looking forward to this.  ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ElTomeko27 on October 29, 2014, 11:38:27 AM
    At least the other fake E-Peso premine scam decided to finally quit..From it's dev;

    ...
    Anyway, it doesn't matter any more because I'm cancelling the launch of this currency. With the lackluster support from the community and the lack of understanding about cryptocurrencies from the Ph govt, it's really not worth my time. I'd rather launch a cryptocurrency with some innovative features (you had a point there) and I do have a couple of good ideas I'll eventually execute.

    This is the real e-Peso
    Good luck but you'll only fail miserably. At least mine had a minimal chance of being something. This one was born dead. PMs to request coins from a100% premine?? ffs...

    LOL. A chance of being something? Thats probably why your fake project coin so quick. Haha

    Btw, its called Free Distribution. Nothing to lose for early investors. Unlike your scam attempt.

    True. We will lose nothing...FREE DISTRIBUTION HERE


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: adjiadjo on October 29, 2014, 12:41:20 PM
    PM sent ,
    and already tweeted too.

     ;D

    recieved all.
    when i sent PM i'm still at full member level,
    is it possible to ask for sr.member share (since i'm sr.member now)?
    thx before.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: unusualfacts30 on October 29, 2014, 12:50:55 PM
    PM sent and tweeted


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: zmija on October 29, 2014, 02:16:06 PM
    PM sent and tweeted thx :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: lobat999 on October 29, 2014, 11:55:47 PM
    Pm sent and followed on twitter. :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: fox19891989 on October 30, 2014, 12:12:13 AM
    At least the other fake E-Peso premine scam decided to finally quit..From it's dev;

    ...
    Anyway, it doesn't matter any more because I'm cancelling the launch of this currency. With the lackluster support from the community and the lack of understanding about cryptocurrencies from the Ph govt, it's really not worth my time. I'd rather launch a cryptocurrency with some innovative features (you had a point there) and I do have a couple of good ideas I'll eventually execute.

    This is the real e-Peso

    +1, this(epesoInitiative) is hired by PH government to research digital currency, it is legit and real.

    naplam's epeso is not.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 30, 2014, 12:26:38 AM
    We're trying to speed up distribution by scripting clearinghouse daemon to send the free coins. By the way, Bitcointalk distribution will stop soon and then we will concentrate on distributing to Filipino early adopters and then to overseas workers. We will still give out to all PMs since Saturday.

    We're expecting to give away all of the so-called premine.

    Kung isa kang noypi, dumayo ka sa tambayan ng Stellar tagalog section. Dun kami magbibigay ng mas malaki, ayos ba?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 30, 2014, 12:30:56 AM
    PM sent ,
    and already tweeted too.

     ;D

    recieved all.
    when i sent PM i'm still at full member level,
    is it possible to ask for sr.member share (since i'm sr.member now)?
    thx before.

    Sure


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: CryptoJohn on October 30, 2014, 12:42:56 AM
    PM sent.
    TW follow & tweat.

    THanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: bitsurfer2014 on October 30, 2014, 12:51:32 AM
    We're trying to speed up distribution by scripting clearinghouse daemon to send the free coins. By the way, Bitcointalk distribution will stop soon and then we will concentrate on distributing to Filipino early adopters and then to overseas workers. We will still give out to all PMs since Saturday.

    We're expecting to give away all of the so-called premine.

    Kung isa kang noypi, dumayo ka sa tambayan ng Stellar tagalog section. Dun kami magbibigay ng mas malaki, ayos ba?

    Hehe..Sama ako dun :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pgb on October 30, 2014, 01:34:31 AM
    PM sent. Thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: wwbit on October 30, 2014, 06:35:03 AM
    Sent registration request.
    thanks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: naplam on October 30, 2014, 10:56:56 AM
    +1, this(epesoInitiative) is hired by PH government to research digital currency, it is legit and real.
    !!! biggest lie ever


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pgb on October 30, 2014, 01:48:41 PM
    +1, this(epesoInitiative) is hired by PH government to research digital currency, it is legit and real.
    !!! biggest lie ever
    Can you expand on that?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: adjiadjo on October 30, 2014, 01:58:05 PM
    PM sent ,
    and already tweeted too.

     ;D

    recieved all.
    when i sent PM i'm still at full member level,
    is it possible to ask for sr.member share (since i'm sr.member now)?
    thx before.

    Sure

    great , thanks dev , sent you another pm  ;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ROBERTO on October 30, 2014, 03:33:57 PM
    Hello, hope i'am not late for join the free distribution!
    Pm sent, follow and address tweeted : https://twitter.com/AltCryptoFollow/status/526767353271693312

    Thanks

    Hello, just check wallet and still received nothing!

    PM sent already


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: unusualfacts30 on October 30, 2014, 03:41:26 PM
    I followed yesterday and pmed & tweeted my address. I haven't received anything yet.



    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: networthsigns on October 30, 2014, 03:46:04 PM
    E-Pesa Good luck.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: karmala on October 30, 2014, 04:35:04 PM
    @devs, how is the coding with the clearwallet deamon going? Are you in contact with btcdrake about that?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 30, 2014, 06:36:12 PM
    Compiling both viacoind and clearinghoused is not the problem. It's how to extract addresses from form with metadata and then sending instructions to clearinghoused.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: bitsurfer2014 on October 30, 2014, 11:03:19 PM
    maybe you could contact clearinghouse and i hope they can help you.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: serjent05 on October 30, 2014, 11:20:38 PM
    +1, this(epesoInitiative) is hired by PH government to research digital currency, it is legit and real.
    !!! biggest lie ever
    Can you expand on that?
    could go either way news been quiet about this "research" thing ^^, not even a single sound of a bell, especially when citizen knws representatives are too noisy when they are doing good things!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pigheadbig on October 31, 2014, 08:28:13 AM
    Hello, hope i'am not late for join the free distribution!
    Pm sent, follow and address tweeted : https://twitter.com/AltCryptoFollow/status/526767353271693312

    Thanks

    Hello, just check wallet and still received nothing!

    PM sent already
    same issue here, what's the problem?
    dev, no more distribution?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: y_boonstra on October 31, 2014, 09:11:44 AM
    Same here,

    PMed my address and put the thread link in my signature + tweeted no funds received yet.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: coin1688 on October 31, 2014, 09:25:24 AM
    PMed my address and put the thread link in my signature + tweeted.




    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: jukka on October 31, 2014, 05:48:00 PM
    I sent PM two days ago but have not received anything. could you please check? thx!

    Still not received any. could you check please?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: MartiniBlanco on October 31, 2014, 06:16:17 PM
    1. sent pm
    2. twittered: https://twitter.com/BlancoMartini/status/528234985464279041
    3. signature

    Now waiting :-)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on October 31, 2014, 06:21:44 PM
    Hello, Ladies and gents

    Effective immediately, we are suspending all distribution on this forum and our official Twitter account. However, we will still distribute all pending requests. Do not PM for free coins anymore.

    We have decided to focus on developing our faucet with authentication for distribution to Filipino citizens. In the meantime, we will seek out Filipino communities who want to receive coins, most specially, the OFWs. I was hoping someone from the BitcoinTalk community would step up to help.  

    Mga kapuso, mga ka-pamilya, kung gusto niyo ng libreng ePeso, dumayo lang kayo sa forum ng Stellar, hanapin niyo username ko. TY.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: bitsurfer2014 on November 01, 2014, 05:35:56 AM
    Papunta na dun si Juan DelaCruz :)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: unusualfacts30 on November 01, 2014, 06:46:58 AM
    Hello, Ladies and gents

    Effective immediately, we are suspending all distribution on this forum and our official Twitter account. However, we will still distribute all pending requests. Do not PM for free coins anymore.

    We have decided to focus on developing our faucet with authentication for distribution to Filipino citizens. In the meantime, we will seek out Filipino communities who want to receive coins, most specially, the OFWs. I was hoping someone from the BitcoinTalk community would step up to help.  

    Mga kapuso, mga ka-pamilya, kung gusto niyo ng libreng ePeso, dumayo lang kayo sa forum ng Stellar, hanapin niyo username ko. TY.

    Good deal. Received Epeso  ;D. Thanks!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: tokeweed on November 01, 2014, 07:04:23 AM
    +1, this(epesoInitiative) is hired by PH government to research digital currency, it is legit and real.
    !!! biggest lie ever
    Can you expand on that?

    curious, who from the phil. govt. exactly?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: zrunfeng on November 01, 2014, 07:10:32 AM
    when i can get my coin


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on November 01, 2014, 07:47:40 AM
    when i can get my coin

    We already sent out coins to all pending requests. Maybe you should check your address through http://xch.blockscan.com/assetholders.aspx?q=EPESO


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: J9901 on November 01, 2014, 08:36:56 AM
    Got my ePeso coins on Clearwallet.

    Thanks!!!

    Looking forward to you guys rolling out this project.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: lobat999 on November 01, 2014, 01:13:35 PM
    I've checked my VIA address and confirmed receipt of E-PESO. Thank you very much.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: jukka on November 01, 2014, 02:55:31 PM
    I sent PM two days ago but have not received anything. could you please check? thx!

    Still not received any. could you check please?

    Coins received. thx!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: pgb on November 01, 2014, 02:59:35 PM
    I sent PM two days ago but have not received anything. could you please check? thx!

    Still not received any. could you check please?

    Coins received. thx!

    Same here, coins in my wallet in clearwallet. BTW I did remove E-Peso from my signature as I guess you don't want more people coming to the thread asking you for coins.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 01, 2014, 04:35:21 PM
    You can now trade your epesos for via or xhc on viacoin's clearinghouse in the clearwallet decentralized exchange. Just saying...


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Gov't-backed | Free Distribution | Test Case
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on November 01, 2014, 05:06:27 PM
    I sent PM two days ago but have not received anything. could you please check? thx!

    Still not received any. could you check please?

    Coins received. thx!

    Same here, coins in my wallet in clearwater. BTW I did remove E-Peso from my signature as I guess you don't want more people coming to the thread asking you for coins.


    Sure. We plan to distribute to Filipino communities now. I'll advise this thread on where we last did our distribution.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on November 02, 2014, 02:49:56 PM
    received, thanks for sharing the coins.
    I will keep watching this coin.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Rantzbitz on November 02, 2014, 03:30:38 PM
    free epeso's received!

    Thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: JUmpy14 on November 02, 2014, 09:10:42 PM
    receive thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: unusualfacts30 on November 03, 2014, 07:27:53 AM
    is this ever going to be added to trex?  :-\


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on November 03, 2014, 01:08:25 PM
    is this ever going to be added to trex?  :-\

    Not until http://xch.blockscan.com/address.aspx?q=Vc7vBkkqVYpSYWHm6Crkyc9pRxYLwo9Zwv goes to zero which means we have given away most of it to Filipinos.

    Free giveaway is done here and we're about to wrap up the free giveaways in another Filipino crypto community. We'll inform you where we have been.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Dabs on November 03, 2014, 02:09:50 PM
    Hiya, gimme a few more and I have another forum where I can give it away for free. I can't say which one since I'm just a member, but there are some pretty big hitters there, and a whole bunch of pinoys as well.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: fabula on November 03, 2014, 08:22:22 PM
    I will sell my coins if someone's interest for a very small price(need to pay some rental rigs).
    Good project here.
    Pm if interest.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: naplam on November 03, 2014, 08:49:13 PM

    The epeso.co and e-peso.org domains are for sale on namecheap.com anyone interested can grab them for the listed price or make lower offers. Or pm me if you want to buy in bitcoin directly.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 03, 2014, 10:14:49 PM

    The epeso.co and e-peso.org domains are for sale on namecheap.com anyone interested can grab them for the listed price or make lower offers. Or pm me if you want to buy in bitcoin directly.

    you accused the devs to be total liars three posts earlier and now you want to sell them the domains... opportunist.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: naplam on November 04, 2014, 12:22:09 AM

    The epeso.co and e-peso.org domains are for sale on namecheap.com anyone interested can grab them for the listed price or make lower offers. Or pm me if you want to buy in bitcoin directly.

    you accused the devs to be total liars three posts earlier and now you want to sell them the domains... opportunist.
    I just said the truth, that the government is not behind them. They hope that will happen? good luck with that. Now, I have the domains, they're for sale for anyone interested, not just the "devs" of this non-coin. How is my offering them for sale "opportunistic"? should you tell me who I can sell a domain to?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: J9901 on November 04, 2014, 12:35:11 AM

    The epeso.co and e-peso.org domains are for sale on namecheap.com anyone interested can grab them for the listed price or make lower offers. Or pm me if you want to buy in bitcoin directly.

    you accused the devs to be total liars three posts earlier and now you want to sell them the domains... opportunist.
    I just said the truth, that the government is not behind them. They hope that will happen? good luck with that. Now, I have the domains, they're for sale for anyone interested, not just the "devs" of this non-coin. How is my offering them for sale "opportunistic"? should you tell me who I can sell a domain to?

    You clearly dont know what the hell you're talking about.

    First off, let me remind you off the bat that this a free distrbuted coin. Even if the worst happens, nobody loses anything. Second, you make a blatant copy of e-peso coin and claim that yours is the real e-peso and is guaranteed backed by the Philippine govt. Then when no one falls for your bullshit, you finally take your scam down. If you weren't gutless enough, you also had the nerve to come back here and make the very same claims your own coin was doing and are now trying to sell the domain to the devs you copied from.

    LOL. You're not very smart are you & how low can you go dude? Here, have a teaspoon of pride.  ;)



    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: fox19891989 on November 04, 2014, 04:40:25 AM

    The epeso.co and e-peso.org domains are for sale on namecheap.com anyone interested can grab them for the listed price or make lower offers. Or pm me if you want to buy in bitcoin directly.

    you accused the devs to be total liars three posts earlier and now you want to sell them the domains... opportunist.
    I just said the truth, that the government is not behind them. They hope that will happen? good luck with that. Now, I have the domains, they're for sale for anyone interested, not just the "devs" of this non-coin. How is my offering them for sale "opportunistic"? should you tell me who I can sell a domain to?

    You clearly dont know what the hell you're talking about.

    First off, let me remind you off the bat that this a free distrbuted coin. Even if the worst happens, nobody loses anything. Second, you make a blatant copy of e-peso coin and claim that yours is the real e-peso and is guaranteed backed by the Philippine govt. Then when no one falls for your bullshit, you finally take your scam down. If you weren't gutless enough, you also had the nerve to come back here and make the very same claims your own coin was doing and are now trying to sell the domain to the devs you copied from.

    LOL. You're not very smart are you & how low can you go dude? Here, have a teaspoon of pride.  ;)



    +1,  J9901  I support your views


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on November 04, 2014, 10:03:01 AM

    The epeso.co and e-peso.org domains are for sale on namecheap.com anyone interested can grab them for the listed price or make lower offers. Or pm me if you want to buy in bitcoin directly.

    you accused the devs to be total liars three posts earlier and now you want to sell them the domains... opportunist.
    I just said the truth, that the government is not behind them. They hope that will happen? good luck with that. Now, I have the domains, they're for sale for anyone interested, not just the "devs" of this non-coin. How is my offering them for sale "opportunistic"? should you tell me who I can sell a domain to?

    You clearly dont know what the hell you're talking about.

    First off, let me remind you off the bat that this a free distrbuted coin. Even if the worst happens, nobody loses anything. Second, you make a blatant copy of e-peso coin and claim that yours is the real e-peso and is guaranteed backed by the Philippine govt. Then when no one falls for your bullshit, you finally take your scam down. If you weren't gutless enough, you also had the nerve to come back here and make the very same claims your own coin was doing and are now trying to sell the domain to the devs you copied from.

    LOL. You're not very smart are you & how low can you go dude? Here, have a teaspoon of pride.  ;)



    +1,  J9901  I support your views
    aggree it too, indeed an opportunist.
    it is free for joining in,so no one will lose.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: jowo88 on November 04, 2014, 11:55:08 AM
    Coins received,, thank you,,


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: nagatlakshmi on November 04, 2014, 12:17:28 PM
    When will we see the Faucet?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on November 04, 2014, 01:31:04 PM
    When will we see the Faucet?
    what's the next plan of dev team after the free distribution?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: J9901 on November 04, 2014, 01:49:02 PM
    When will we see the Faucet?
    what's the next plan of dev team after the free distribution?

    It seems they still need to finish the giveaway for the Filipino communities then everything will be rolled out from there;

    Free giveaway is done here and we're about to wrap up the free giveaways in another Filipino crypto community. We'll inform you where we have been.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: naplam on November 04, 2014, 05:44:20 PM
    You clearly dont know what the hell you're talking about.

    First off, let me remind you off the bat that this a free distrbuted coin. Even if the worst happens, nobody loses anything. Second, you make a blatant copy of e-peso coin and claim that yours is the real e-peso and is guaranteed backed by the Philippine govt. Then when no one falls for your bullshit, you finally take your scam down. If you weren't gutless enough, you also had the nerve to come back here and make the very same claims your own coin was doing and are now trying to sell the domain to the devs you copied from.

    LOL. You're not very smart are you & how low can you go dude? Here, have a teaspoon of pride.  ;)

    I explained the situation clearly in the OP, no misleading like there is here in the "real :D" epeso thread.

    nobody loses anything? You're losing and wasting your time but since it's probably not worth shit anyway go on wasting it who cares.

    Btw, epeso.co and e-peso.org are still up for sale for interested parties


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on November 05, 2014, 08:33:35 AM
    When will we see the Faucet?
    what's the next plan of dev team after the free distribution?

    It seems they still need to finish the giveaway for the Filipino communities then everything will be rolled out from there;

    Free giveaway is done here and we're about to wrap up the free giveaways in another Filipino crypto community. We'll inform you where we have been.
    when will the giveaway for the Filipino communities  finish?
    hope the dev has a clear roadmap.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: darkslash on November 05, 2014, 10:27:49 AM
    when will this be ready for trading


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 05, 2014, 11:01:05 AM
    when will this be ready for trading

    you can trade allready at the decentralized exchange in the clearwallet


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: darkslash on November 05, 2014, 11:11:50 AM
    when will this be ready for trading

    you can trade allready at the decentralized exchange in the clearwallet

    yeh its worth nothing


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: ElTomeko27 on November 05, 2014, 11:33:29 AM
    when will this be ready for trading

    you can trade allready at the decentralized exchange in the clearwallet

    yeh its worth nothing

    True but EPESO distribution was free and it needs some time to be valuable...


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: PilotofBTC on November 05, 2014, 05:19:10 PM
    True but EPESO distribution was free and it needs some time to be valuable...

    Right, and I'm not sure how that would ever happen.

    If a government entity wants to create a Crypto currency that is official or somehow tied to or backed by their actual currency, they aren't going to BUY some existing tokens.

    They are going to issue Tokens and require that they are purchased with Fiat pesos. They would have full control over the tokens population.

    So, that said, I'm pretty sure this would be a prof of concept token which the apps, etc, are written to use. But, if those assets are accepted/acquired they would be switched to the officially backed government token.

    If the Dev thinks or implies that these tokens would become the actual tokens I really think he is mistaken. If anything, the Gov't would "pay" him for any Software that he creates which they could then brand, sign, and tie to their official currency asset token. They also might hire him to help maintain/enhance any other infrastructure they require.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 05, 2014, 10:10:56 PM
    True but EPESO distribution was free and it needs some time to be valuable...

    Right, and I'm not sure how that would ever happen.

    If a government entity wants to create a Crypto currency that is official or somehow tied to or backed by their actual currency, they aren't going to BUY some existing tokens.

    They are going to issue Tokens and require that they are purchased with Fiat pesos. They would have full control over the tokens population.

    So, that said, I'm pretty sure this would be a prof of concept token which the apps, etc, are written to use. But, if those assets are accepted/acquired they would be switched to the officially backed government token.

    If the Dev thinks or implies that these tokens would become the actual tokens I really think he is mistaken. If anything, the Gov't would "pay" him for any Software that he creates which they could then brand, sign, and tie to their official currency asset token. They also might hire him to help maintain/enhance any other infrastructure they require.


    This is a test case for the clearinghouse protocol on top of viacoin. Not a get-quick-rich scheme.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Mig-23 on November 06, 2014, 02:41:55 PM
    total coin?
    PoW or PoS?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: PilotofBTC on November 06, 2014, 06:09:44 PM
    total coin?
    PoW or PoS?


    It is neither PoW or PoS, it is a Clearinghouse asset. The population can be changed by the asset issuer.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: PilotofBTC on November 06, 2014, 06:10:57 PM
    True but EPESO distribution was free and it needs some time to be valuable...

    Right, and I'm not sure how that would ever happen.

    If a government entity wants to create a Crypto currency that is official or somehow tied to or backed by their actual currency, they aren't going to BUY some existing tokens.

    They are going to issue Tokens and require that they are purchased with Fiat pesos. They would have full control over the tokens population.

    So, that said, I'm pretty sure this would be a prof of concept token which the apps, etc, are written to use. But, if those assets are accepted/acquired they would be switched to the officially backed government token.

    If the Dev thinks or implies that these tokens would become the actual tokens I really think he is mistaken. If anything, the Gov't would "pay" him for any Software that he creates which they could then brand, sign, and tie to their official currency asset token. They also might hire him to help maintain/enhance any other infrastructure they require.


    This is a test case for the clearinghouse protocol on top of viacoin. Not a get-quick-rich scheme.

    Exactly, it isn't a get any money at all scheme. Thanks for putting on one sentence what I put in 4 paragraphs.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 06, 2014, 09:50:19 PM
    This is an honest project. It might very well derive coin value later on.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: BTCwriter on November 07, 2014, 11:34:34 PM
    LOL


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Vendettacoin on November 09, 2014, 06:47:39 AM
    another two accounts not in use?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: gomei on November 09, 2014, 07:14:40 AM
    total coin?
    PoW or PoS?


    It is neither PoW or PoS, it is a Clearinghouse asset. The population can be changed by the asset issuer.

    any update from the dev team?
    no news.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 11, 2014, 10:12:21 AM
    hello devs, how are you doing? Please give a live sign.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: bigeliphant on November 11, 2014, 07:28:00 PM
    Will this be the main page when the coin goes up? I'm going to follow this every week day by day. :o


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: bigeliphant on November 11, 2014, 07:50:04 PM
    Will purchasing viacoin make me e-peso's? ???


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on November 11, 2014, 10:44:05 PM
    Hiya, gimme a few more and I have another forum where I can give it away for free. I can't say which one since I'm just a member, but there are some pretty big hitters there, and a whole bunch of pinoys as well.

    Let's talk about it later on. We still need to do something else.

    When will we see the Faucet?
    what's the next plan of dev team after the free distribution?

    The faucet is still under development, which has taken most of our time. In fact, we may have to ask for more budget from our government client. Our main problem is how to discern if the wallet recipient is Filipino. Also we plan to send out epesos to 10,000 to 100,000 addresses.

    After the distribution, we plan to test how holders will use epesos in a local environment (for example, one village). However we need to build simple infrastructures in order to enable that (over-the-counter exchanges, merchant acceptance, etc). We have been studying Hullcoin, so we look at that for guidance.

    when will this be ready for trading

    I've been reading the threads here at Bitcointalk. It seems the culture here is to acquire as much crypto-currencies by mining or by purchasing large amounts in order to "dump" to unsuspecting buyers. I'm sorry to say that exchange listing is the least of our priorities. We want this to work.

    True but EPESO distribution was free and it needs some time to be valuable...

    Right, and I'm not sure how that would ever happen.

    If a government entity wants to create a Crypto currency that is official or somehow tied to or backed by their actual currency, they aren't going to BUY some existing tokens.

    They are going to issue Tokens and require that they are purchased with Fiat pesos. They would have full control over the tokens population.

    So, that said, I'm pretty sure this would be a prof of concept token which the apps, etc, are written to use. But, if those assets are accepted/acquired they would be switched to the officially backed government token.

    If the Dev thinks or implies that these tokens would become the actual tokens I really think he is mistaken. If anything, the Gov't would "pay" him for any Software that he creates which they could then brand, sign, and tie to their official currency asset token. They also might hire him to help maintain/enhance any other infrastructure they require.


    The congressional bill calls for 1 billion units, not 100 million units. If the government adopts epeso, they will probably issue 900,000,000 units more. Being an internet money, no entity can control its migration. The Philippine government can only guarantee 1 epeso per 1 php exchanged within its borders and its banks, but they cannot control its exchange outside its borders or in the internet.

    Like we stated in the OP, we or the government may/may not compensate beta-users of epeso. We don't know. However, if the cost of building new infrastructures for a replacement token is greater, then, who knows. For example, total value of infrastructures built is $400,000, then every 250 epesos is equivalent to one US dollar (why start from scratch?).

    The software is already paid for. We don't hold the rights.

    UPDATE:

    We are still developing the faucet aimed at distributing to Filipinos. The free distribution have been slower at the other online community. It seems that most crypto-enthusiasts are already here in this forum. In that light, we will probably need to explain the concept of crypto-currencies to other Filipino communities.

    If you're not happy with the free epeso given, I suggest you return it so we can give it away to someone else willing to participate.  


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 11, 2014, 11:18:37 PM
    Thanks devs. There are not only trolls in crypto. Keep on the good work!


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on November 12, 2014, 01:42:17 AM
    Thanks devs. There are not only trolls in crypto. Keep on the good work!
    thanks for update from the dev,
    it is better to have a good communication between us.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: mamamae on November 15, 2014, 09:35:29 PM
    see this
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj2MHkYHm9zOJhsSqoqM2Ng


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on November 16, 2014, 06:09:32 AM
    So, we have just wrapped up our free distribution at https://stellartalk.org/topic/6166-e-peso/?p=65588 and we are now moving to other online Filipino communities to distribute.

    FAUCET:
    We've just begun to study how to implement php faucets to Clearinghouse daemon. We have installed XCH servers on Linux machines which helped speed up the free distribution.

    MOBILE WALLET:
    Clearwallet is in active development - changing every three days or so. We need to be agile and implement a fast workflow to update the soon-to-be-released mobile wallet. Right now, we're studying the Python scripts and planning to modify it for ePeso purposes only.

    VIACOIN / CLEARINGHOUSE NETWORK:

    We discovered that the current state of the network only allows roughly 8 transactions per 30-60 seconds - much less when there are few active miners (We are aiming for 2,000 transactions per second for a viable national network). We assume miners are turned away from the current price of Viacoin and Clearinghouse coins, hence, the lack of miners. It seems that the network is under-valued or dying.

    We also assume that if the network gets more miners and becomes more secure, the number of confirmations allowed in a specific time range will improve. Until then, ePeso cannot be adopted in a nation-wide level.

    We sincerely hope that any revolutionary development in Viacoin will change the current state.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: yo2monty on November 16, 2014, 02:47:36 PM
    So, we have just wrapped up our free distribution at https://stellartalk.org/topic/6166-e-peso/?p=65588 and we are now moving to other online Filipino communities to distribute.

    FAUCET:
    We've just begun to study how to implement php faucets to Clearinghouse daemon. We have installed XCH servers on Linux machines which helped speed up the free distribution.

    MOBILE WALLET:
    Clearwallet is in active development - changing every three days or so. We need to be agile and implement a fast workflow to update the soon-to-be-released mobile wallet. Right now, we're studying the Python scripts and planning to modify it for ePeso purposes only.

    VIACOIN / CLEARINGHOUSE NETWORK:

    We discovered that the current state of the network only allows roughly 8 transactions per 30-60 seconds - much less when there are few active miners (We are aiming for 2,000 transactions per second for a viable national network). We assume miners are turned away from the current price of Viacoin and Clearinghouse coins, hence, the lack of miners. It seems that the network is under-valued or dying.

    We also assume that if the network gets more miners and becomes more secure, the number of confirmations allowed in a specific time range will improve. Until then, ePeso cannot be adopted in a nation-wide level.

    We sincerely hope that any revolutionary development in Viacoin will change the current state.

    suggest you PM btcdrak, or chat on freenode: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.freenode.net:6666/viacoin-dev


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: btcdrak on November 16, 2014, 09:49:12 PM
    So, we have just wrapped up our free distribution at https://stellartalk.org/topic/6166-e-peso/?p=65588 and we are now moving to other online Filipino communities to distribute.

    FAUCET:
    We've just begun to study how to implement php faucets to Clearinghouse daemon. We have installed XCH servers on Linux machines which helped speed up the free distribution.

    MOBILE WALLET:
    Clearwallet is in active development - changing every three days or so. We need to be agile and implement a fast workflow to update the soon-to-be-released mobile wallet. Right now, we're studying the Python scripts and planning to modify it for ePeso purposes only.

    VIACOIN / CLEARINGHOUSE NETWORK:

    We discovered that the current state of the network only allows roughly 8 transactions per 30-60 seconds - much less when there are few active miners (We are aiming for 2,000 transactions per second for a viable national network). We assume miners are turned away from the current price of Viacoin and Clearinghouse coins, hence, the lack of miners. It seems that the network is under-valued or dying.

    We also assume that if the network gets more miners and becomes more secure, the number of confirmations allowed in a specific time range will improve. Until then, ePeso cannot be adopted in a nation-wide level.

    We sincerely hope that any revolutionary development in Viacoin will change the current state.

    Nice work on the faucets. I am very very interested to hear about the mobile wallet you are developing!
    Regarding mining, this is somewhat correlated to price, and somewhat perceived price potential at least. This is because miners need compensation for their work to cover costs and will tend to mine whatever is most profitable for them at the time.
    Regarding tps, no blockchain can currently scale to 2000 tps. Bitcoin is about 7tps with current blocksizes, and Viacoin, assuming we were to use the same 1MB blocksize would be 175 tps.

    Treechains should allow scaling to very large numbers but this is still under research and development.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: btcdrak on November 16, 2014, 09:59:15 PM
    Anyone running the clearinghoused, there is a new version to upgrade to now.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Gunther on November 18, 2014, 12:41:07 PM
    Interesting stuff.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on November 19, 2014, 01:31:11 AM
    NOW do we have be online on any exchange?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 19, 2014, 04:53:30 PM
    NOW do we have be online on any exchange?

    well, its in our hands I would say. We could ask bter and Polienex to add ePeso. They allready implemented XCH which is the same tech. Should we start a campain?

    edit: you can trade it on the DEX clearinghouse allready now.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: unusualfacts30 on November 23, 2014, 10:59:02 AM
    How do I sell this?

    What is the point of this if it's never going to hit any exchange?

    Clearinghouse don't even have Epeso/Via market anymore.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: PilotofBTC on November 23, 2014, 05:51:56 PM
    How do I sell this?

    What is the point of this if it's never going to hit any exchange?

    Clearinghouse don't even have Epeso/Via market anymore.

    You can create any pair you want in Clearinghouse.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: MickGhee on November 23, 2014, 06:05:42 PM
    how do i get thw coins


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: popolite11 on November 23, 2014, 06:06:52 PM
    is there is any exchange for this coin


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Kozlov on November 24, 2014, 05:40:10 PM
    is there is any exchange for this coin
    no there is not any exchange for this coin
    i think its already dead


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: PilotofBTC on November 24, 2014, 07:07:38 PM
    is there is any exchange for this coin
    no there is not any exchange for this coin
    i think its already dead

    It's not a coin, it is a Clearinghouse asset.

    You can trade it in the Clearninghouse wallet.

    As has been said, this is a proof of concept. It's amazing how many people expect something for nothing and complain when they don't get it.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on November 28, 2014, 03:38:17 AM
    is there is any exchange for this coin
    no there is not any exchange for this coin
    i think its already dead

    It's not a coin, it is a Clearinghouse asset.

    You can trade it in the Clearninghouse wallet.

    As has been said, this is a proof of concept. It's amazing how many people expect something for nothing and complain when they don't get it.

    how is the price of the coin at Clearinghouse asset?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on November 28, 2014, 07:58:50 PM
    @devs, I can really understand that you are not really happy with the attitude in cryptoland. However, I am sincerly interested in the progress of your important project. I would really appreciate any updates and ongoing developments or problmens that you might encounter during the process.

    regards,
    karmala


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: CryptoJohn on November 29, 2014, 07:17:36 PM
    @devs, I can really understand that you are not really happy with the attitude in cryptoland. However, I am sincerly interested in the progress of your important project. I would really appreciate any updates and ongoing developments or problmens that you might encounter during the process.

    regards,
    karmala

    Yes, continue to push forward devs, this is how progress is made.

    Crypto is a bad space at the moment because of all the "money grabs" & scams. That said, we know crypto is here to stay and the ecosystem will evolve so kudos on experimenting.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on December 01, 2014, 02:14:34 AM
    @devs, I can really understand that you are not really happy with the attitude in cryptoland. However, I am sincerly interested in the progress of your important project. I would really appreciate any updates and ongoing developments or problmens that you might encounter during the process.

    regards,
    karmala
    long time not to update?
    whare are u,dev?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: J9901 on December 01, 2014, 08:54:10 AM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on December 01, 2014, 08:56:55 AM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: J9901 on December 01, 2014, 10:35:19 AM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.

    I think the lack of evidence that it was actually being distributed within filipino communities is enough reason.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on December 01, 2014, 06:21:08 PM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.

    I think the lack of evidence that it was actually being distributed within filipino communities is enough reason.

    Last update was that they are building the apps to distribute it. Faucet and mobile. That would also take a bit time. Moreover, those guys are not the usual dark crypto folks. I guess they are not really impressed by the attitude in cryptoland.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on December 02, 2014, 03:55:26 AM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.

    I think the lack of evidence that it was actually being distributed within filipino communities is enough reason.
    at least the dev should keep us update or new information about the project.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: J9901 on December 02, 2014, 07:11:29 AM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.

    I think the lack of evidence that it was actually being distributed within filipino communities is enough reason.

    Last update was that they are building the apps to distribute it. Faucet and mobile. That would also take a bit time. Moreover, those guys are not the usual dark crypto folks. I guess they are not really impressed by the attitude in cryptoland.

    No it wasn't the crypto people's attitude that put the dev off. He seemed like he already knew about crypto and how it could be. Any worthwhile project would not just stop progress because of fud. I dont know what the reasons are for the dev not even logging on anymore, but theres a high probability that this project is dead. Even if the dev does come back with a "hey im still here guys", just seeing how he's handled this entire thing already lost a lot of people's confidence.

    Again, at the end of the day, looking at the bright side, at least nobody lost anything.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on December 02, 2014, 02:53:42 PM
    still no further news for this project?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on December 02, 2014, 10:04:57 PM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.

    I think the lack of evidence that it was actually being distributed within filipino communities is enough reason.

    Last update was that they are building the apps to distribute it. Faucet and mobile. That would also take a bit time. Moreover, those guys are not the usual dark crypto folks. I guess they are not really impressed by the attitude in cryptoland.

    No it wasn't the crypto people's attitude that put the dev off. He seemed like he already knew about crypto and how it could be. Any worthwhile project would not just stop progress because of fud. I dont know what the reasons are for the dev not even logging on anymore, but theres a high probability that this project is dead. Even if the dev does come back with a "hey im still here guys", just seeing how he's handled this entire thing already lost a lot of people's confidence.

    Again, at the end of the day, looking at the bright side, at least nobody lost anything.

    I did not want to imply that they stopped cause of fud. I could imagine that they stopped interacting with us on bct as they 1) are developing the faucets and mobiles and are 2) focusing on philipine real world people. I only want to ecourage them to let us know how it is going. This project does not need any of us sad and dark crypto geeks.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: jt byte on December 17, 2014, 01:20:52 AM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: beckham on December 17, 2014, 01:49:24 PM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???
    because it is dead


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: gomei on December 20, 2014, 03:08:19 PM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???
    because it is dead
    it is long time no see the dev team.
    no update, no process.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on December 20, 2014, 03:59:30 PM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???
    because it is dead
    it is long time no see the dev team.
    no update, no process.

    yes, please give us a note if you cancled this project. Then, we dont loose time and I can make some space in my signiture.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Dabs on December 20, 2014, 04:14:03 PM
    My guess is they are on vacation.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: nonlinearboy on December 21, 2014, 01:40:23 AM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???
    because it is dead
    it is long time no see the dev team.
    no update, no process.

    yes, please give us a note if you cancled this project. Then, we dont loose time and I can make some space in my signiture.
    interesting ,
    you are still saving the space for this project.
    there are some other wonderful coins,man.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pigheadbig on December 27, 2014, 01:25:26 AM
    My guess is they are on vacation.
    long time not to update,
    still on vacation?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: karmala on December 28, 2014, 09:20:34 PM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???
    because it is dead
    it is long time no see the dev team.
    no update, no process.

    yes, please give us a note if you cancled this project. Then, we dont loose time and I can make some space in my signiture.
    interesting ,
    you are still saving the space for this project.
    there are some other wonderful coins,man.

    lol, paycoin for example?


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: prophetx on December 31, 2014, 07:36:48 AM
    Why this thread is inactive, no one talk her ???
    because it is dead
    it is long time no see the dev team.
    no update, no process.

    yes, please give us a note if you cancled this project. Then, we dont loose time and I can make some space in my signiture.
    interesting ,
    you are still saving the space for this project.
    there are some other wonderful coins,man.

    lol, paycoin for example?

    i'm LOL'ing all da way to da bank with Paycoin...


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: boopy265420 on January 03, 2015, 12:29:20 PM
    Any news about this coin ? How is going distribution in Philippine ? Just one post can bring new life in this thread by dev .


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on January 05, 2015, 11:05:36 AM
    Any news about this coin ? How is going distribution in Philippine ? Just one post can bring new life in this thread by dev .
    no update leads to death,
    also not active.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: newcripto on January 05, 2015, 11:12:18 AM
    Any news about this coin ? How is going distribution in Philippine ? Just one post can bring new life in this thread by dev .
    no update leads to death,
    also not active.

    Sorry to hear that but the game is not over yet. Coins are still available on clearwallet though no one is trading at the moment.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: unusualfacts30 on January 05, 2015, 11:31:47 AM
    Can't sell Epeso. Someone ask trex to add this


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on January 05, 2015, 01:38:22 PM
    Any news about this coin ? How is going distribution in Philippine ? Just one post can bring new life in this thread by dev .
    no update leads to death,
    also not active.

    Sorry to hear that but the game is not over yet. Coins are still available on clearwallet though no one is trading at the moment.
    if no trade, no one will use and concern it,
    that's done for this coin.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: madmartyk on January 05, 2015, 01:45:18 PM
    IF you want people to trade, this coin needs to be on a real exchange with a real wallet.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: boopy265420 on January 05, 2015, 07:29:22 PM
    IF you want people to trade, this coin needs to be on a real exchange with a real wallet.

    Thanks for update but here is one thing more important before we may trade is to see if Coin is still alive and will continue development.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: juicejoyce on January 06, 2015, 01:26:35 AM
    IF you want people to trade, this coin needs to be on a real exchange with a real wallet.

    Thanks for update but here is one thing more important before we may trade is to see if Coin is still alive and will continue development.
    yes, but still without real development and process for this.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: boopy265420 on January 16, 2015, 08:46:16 PM
    What happened to this coin ? where is everyone gone. As I remembered the distribution was very successful but why the dev left this thread unattended ? Dev some update or few words will word like oxygen for this coin.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: boopy265420 on January 19, 2015, 07:48:28 PM
    Eppeso is still active on clearwallet but dev is busy somewhere . I think am only who try to keep this thread active. We should not loose hope for this coin. It is quite possible someday dev to appear with big news.  ;D ;D ;D ;D


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: pinoyyid on January 28, 2015, 06:07:13 PM

    I've just kick-started a Manila based meetup to discuss Etherium in the Philippines. You can check us out and join at http://www.meetup.com/Manila-Ethereum-Meetup/

    Once the group is fully up and running, I think we could dedicate a session to evaluate Etherium as a potential platform on which e-peso could be built.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: boopy265420 on February 22, 2015, 08:53:29 AM
    Any update or news how the things are moving or what is happening ? Dev make little time to say something and share the latest with us here. Thanks


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: ePesoInitiative on March 03, 2015, 03:26:15 AM
    Well so much for that.  :P

    Look on the brightside, nobody lost anything.  ;)
    yeah, it is free,
    so nobody lost anything,but it need reasons.

    I think the lack of evidence that it was actually being distributed within filipino communities is enough reason. EPESO was distributed within the Filipino Stellar community. Search the threads there.

    Last update was that they are building the apps to distribute it. Faucet and mobile. That would also take a bit time. Moreover, those guys are not the usual dark crypto folks. I guess they are not really impressed by the attitude in cryptoland. Yes, we were coding scripts to distribute through Facebook authorization just like Stellar did but our bosses didn't like how it was gamed. We were looking into distribution by social security numbers, but we don't have access to it. We need government approval first. So the only way is manual distribution which takes a hell lot of time and effort. If you have a brilliant idea on mass distribution, we are all ears.

    No it wasn't the crypto people's attitude that put the dev off. He seemed like he already knew about crypto and how it could be. Any worthwhile project would not just stop progress because of fud. I dont know what the reasons are for the dev not even logging on anymore, but theres a high probability that this project is dead. Even if the dev does come back with a "hey im still here guys", just seeing how he's handled this entire thing already lost a lot of people's confidence. Let's just say this project is on hold.

    Again, at the end of the day, looking at the bright side, at least nobody lost anything.

    I did not want to imply that they stopped cause of fud. I could imagine that they stopped interacting with us on bct as they 1) are developing the faucets and mobiles and are 2) focusing on philipine real world people. I only want to ecourage them to let us know how it is going. This project does not need any of us sad and dark crypto geeks.

    Any news about this coin ? How is going distribution in Philippine ? Just one post can bring new life in this thread by dev .
    no update leads to death,
    also not active.

    Sorry to hear that but the game is not over yet. Coins are still available on clearwallet though no one is trading at the moment.
    if no trade, no one will use and concern it,
    that's done for this coin.

    Our objective was massive distribution. Until we solve that, we don't want this coin traded.  However we lack funding and the main coin "Viacoin" looks struggling for actual use.

    Keep your free coins or better yet, give them to your friends and relatives, maybe we will do a coin-swap to a better platform like Etherium, NXT, or Bitshare Asset. 

    Or maybe suddenly we will be given a big budget and then continue with the development. I cannot say what the future holds for EPESO. I apologize for the lack of updates as we were busy with other IT stuff.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: boopy265420 on March 05, 2015, 07:55:02 PM
    Thanks for updates and wish you best of luck for your projects . I will keep my free coins and will wait to see what future has reserved for EPESO. Who knows where this will reach in coming months.


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Phbaby on March 17, 2015, 11:05:30 AM
    Sana may free coins pa. hehe


    Title: Re: [ANN][EPESO] - E-Peso Initiative | Philippine Government-backed
    Post by: Skatebird on May 11, 2015, 04:23:39 AM
    What's up here ??!