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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Verus (VRSC) - zk-SNARK privacy, CPU-mining, 50/50 POW/POS, fair launch on: October 17, 2023, 11:48:30 PM
MKR in the bridge as indicated here, https://verus.io/eth-bridge, is still $3277 vs market prices of $1393. Quite a premium for those w/ MKR.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Verus (VRSC) - zk-SNARK privacy, CPU-mining, 50/50 POW/POS, fair launch on: July 25, 2023, 12:43:42 AM
Verus Protocol lead developer Mike Toutonghi explains the differences between Verus smart transactions and smart contracts:

https://medium.com/veruscoin/verus-smart-transactions-vs-smart-contracts-f98079c00ed0
3  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] Geforce RTX 3060/3060ti/3070/3080 GPUs [US ONLY] on: May 12, 2021, 10:48:29 PM
It kinda looks like OP sold me that card but he did'nt. I would have left trust for that amount. OP didnt even reach out even though I was only $200 off base.

Because I wasn't interested in selling at that price when they were going for more. It was sold to someone else. I don't feel I need to justify why I didn't accept lower than prevailing market rates.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] Geforce RTX 3060/3060ti/3070/3080 GPU Lot [US ONLY] on: May 06, 2021, 10:55:34 PM
Updated post to reflect individual pricing.
5  Economy / Computer hardware / ALL SOLD on: April 30, 2021, 10:33:45 PM
SOLD
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Upcoming Defi projects on: October 11, 2020, 09:10:15 PM
Interesting, not a single person mentioned VRSC (Verus). Solving nothing at stake, check. An elegant solution to impermanent loss, check. Fees that make sense for a uniswap-like platform, check. Started by a former Microsoft VP with a passion for solving problems and community-based. Doesn't even get into the meat of everything either.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Your CPU can make $10 $20 $30 even $100 per day Mining Verus - Learn How To CPU on: January 11, 2020, 09:24:50 PM
14MHs on R5 1600 ?
I'm getting 11MHs on R5 2600x using 10 threads, with ccminer cpu and nhqminer !?


Ryzen 2600 should be getting 20+mh/s according to

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RrSYJDV0Mjj3X-myMC3aQDGkcipivxHsD7ZxJ3r5f_A/htmlview#

Not anymore... that was before the network upgrade. Verushash 2.1 is about 12-14mh for a 2600/2600X.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]🌀 Blur Network(BLUR) 🌀 | PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic | CPU/Solo Mining | DPoW on: December 08, 2019, 01:53:49 AM
dev f*cked the community by abandoning the project.   no revival attempt will succeed.  stay away from this scam.

Indeed. Their discord is quite interesting... dev leaves, comes back not even a day later, says the project isn't supposed to be a currency nor have monetary value, won't prove he didn't dump his premine funds, largely writes off the KMD dpow implementation he was working on in an effort to secure directly with BTC, and then leaves again. The project is in complete disarray... when you have an unstable dev like this, especially the sole dev, it's hard to have faith in the project. Glad I'm observing as an outsider. Good luck to all those still stuck in this dumpster fire.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: June 05, 2019, 02:45:33 AM
Just a heads up for people not in the Discord:

ca333Today at 8:12 PM
@everyone Security Alert: if you created or used your seed phrase with Agama please deinstall it, stop using it and immediately rotate your seeds and move all your coins out from there (to a different seed - which was NOT created with Agama) - if you know what you are doing please use either cold-storage (paper-wallets, offline storage, ...), the KomodoOcean wallet or komodo-cli. We will provide you an alternative desktop wallet very soon. If you need assistance please reach out to our support team: #community-support. Our team will provide you all details of the incident in the coming days. This does only affect seeds that were used or created with Agama for Desktop, Mobile or Browser.

SHossainToday at 8:50 PM
If you have already used Agama in the last 2 months with that seed than its "ok" to use it again to move the funds. If you have not used it for more than 4 months then you can leave them just on the seed. We recommend moving all funds (all coins) out Please remain clam and move your funds securely. What wallet can I use? 1. Paper wallet (best to use in offline computer) - https://support.komodoplatform.com/en/support/solutions/articles/29000024508-paper-wallet-guide 2. Use native mode from source - https://github.com/jl777/komodo 3. Use pre-compiled binary for native mode - https://github.com/KomodoPlatform/komodo/releases/tag/beta-multios-0.3.3b-2 4. KomodoOceanQT wallet - https://komodoplatform.com/komodo-wallets/ - guide: https://support.komodoplatform.com/en/support/solutions/articles/29000027990-install-komodo-ocean-wallet 5. Ledger 6. Send to Exchange (if you trust CEX)

SHossainToday at 2:28 AM
https://komodoplatform.com/vulnerability-discovered-in-komodos-agama-wallet-this-is-what-you-need-to-do/
https://support.komodoplatform.com/en/support/solutions/articles/29000029932-agama-security-announcement
Komodo
Vulnerability discovered in Komodo’s Agama wallet - This is what...
We strongly recommend moving all funds from Agama (KMD, asset chain coins, and other assets) to a new address as soon as possible.

SHossainToday at 4:00 AM
If you have missing funds from today, please fill out this claim form and there is no ETA of the refund yet. please keep an eye for announcement https://forms.gle/kAQYPcN2aEwU83av7
Google Docs
Contact information
Information: If your funds been moved out of your wallet on 5th June 2019, please fill this form with all required. If you have any kind of funds remaining in your address for any coins including KMD, Assetchains or 3rd-party, please create a new address and send there first ...
@everyone please read up the last 3 links. the last one is for claiming your funds that went missing today. the first 2 are to help you move your finds safely to another secure address if you have any coins like KMD, any Assetchains or 3rd-party coins. Please move them all to secure address if you used Agama lite mode in the last 5 months/
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: May 25, 2019, 07:05:21 PM
Do you know when the next vote for the nodes will take place?

April/May of 2020.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Verus (VRSC) - zk-SNARK privacy, CPU-mining, 50/50 POW/POS, fair launch on: May 23, 2019, 02:25:47 AM
after upgrade from 0.5.6 to 0.5.6a wallet is not syncing (

Might need to purge your blocks and chainstate. Can always bootstrap from:

https://bootstrap.0x03.services/veruscoin/VRSC.html
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 19, 2019, 06:20:09 PM
VOTE tokens are airdropped on April 14th, and right after airdrop, they are accessible through numerous wallets. Each address with KMD balance gets VOTE tokens with 1:1 ratio.
The VOTE airdrop ratio is good, at 1:1, but I don't know that the VOTE airdrop will happen only one time on 14th of April or the team have plans to run more round of airdrop later. Currently, I have some KOMODO, not too much, but I might consider to buy more KOMODO and hope that I can have chance to join other airdrops (I actually missed the one that happened in 14 April).

The 2019 VOTE already happened, there won't be another round. Now vote holders have until mid-May to vote on their notaries. You can certainly get more coins for the 2020 VOTE next year Tongue

The vote tokens have no value outside of these annual elections.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 05, 2019, 12:22:52 PM
If you think the only difference between EOS and KMD is the time of new block generation, you have a big mistake. EOS is the most largest and most successful project in the history of cryptocurrencies up to now. EOS has earned more than $ 4 billion in the ICO, which serves the development of this huge platform, and this is the guarantor of the success of this popular platform. EOS is a well-designed and acclaimed platform which is the result of the experiences that Daniel Larimer has gained from its three previous successful projects. But KMD is made by the JL777 which could not been able to finish even one small project after six years of activity in the Crypto world.

EOS is worse than Komodo in all parameters except block time:

1. No proof of work
2. less bandwidth, 3000 transactions per second against 20000
3. a short address of 12 characters, which can be used to calculate the private key, the recent theft of the cold key from the exchange is proof of that
4. was freezing of the funds of the user with the requirement to explain the origin
5. there is no sense in the coin, Visa is better and Windows is better
your determine arguments, does not proof of being better, but the position of each coin in the crypto world is proof it.

1- Position in marketcap
2. The number of main exchanges
3. Daily trading volume
4. The amount of capital attraction
5. The number of investors and users
6. The power of the development team
7. Marketing
8. Number of development projects on the platform
9. and ...

I do like out of 8 actual bullets, only two relate to development and are just general statements at best. So far KMD has proven itself as a leader in atomic swaps, protection of actual projects, the first to roll out a pure zk-only chain, hardforking over 40 chains at once, on chain games, 20k tps, among countless other innovations. 2018 was a fantastic year for development and the few things listed here hardly cover it all
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 04, 2019, 07:31:41 AM

Want a super crude and cheesy dpow definition without using the word stake (which is wrong): "Securing your project through Bitcoin's hashrate, because wasting resources is silliness" or "dPow Tether, back your project up to Bitcoin's ledger--simple, secure, affordable"


ha ha ... you came up with slogans for Tether lol

thanks for the giggles, do you know what 'definition' means?

You can't explain dPoW in simple terms, can you? not a slogan, a simple explanation that makes someone understand

marketing is NOT just slogans, it's a simple message that people can understand

I'm not going to have a technical discussion with someone that does not know the difference between consensus algos. Just because you struggle with what dpow is does not mean I have to be the one to explain it to you. I'm comfortable with my investment, I've done my DD. Smiley

Also, as stated, I'm not a marketeer so you reading too much into a cheesy tagline shows me you fail to actually pull out content from posts well. You asked to describe what dpow was without using stake... in simplest terms with an albeit cheesy slogan, that's its selling point. For projects that lack the infrastructure to adequately protect their chain, for a relatively small price, they can prevent attack by periodic snapshots to the longest, most secure ledger in the world. While not backed up directly, we can say with the transitive property that they ultimately exist on the BTC ledger because the ultimate hash encompasses those chains. Finally, I wasn't aware that Tether secured blockchains from attack. Thanks for the info. /s
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 04, 2019, 02:55:33 AM

lol, except that it has nothing to do with proof of stake. Stake-based =/= Proof of Stake. Your stake, represented by the coins you get 1:1 vote with (or your direct KMD for that matter), do not generate blocks themselves, nor do the NN's via POS.

As for your edit "if I said dPoW is a version of PoS you would be correct, but I didn't say that". Ummm? "dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake" So you inserted hybrid and that is suppose to change the core statement? Really?

And trolling? If correcting a nonsensical statement that is only going to serve as a statement of confusion makes me a troll, so be it. I'm probably one of the larger holders here.

Why don't you give a definition and explain dPoW then?

Just replying 'No' was worthless

My definition would not include POS, that's for sure. Tongue


Gutless, you can't define dPoW adequately can you, not without mentioning 'stake'.

Stay a million miles away from any marketing, komodo needs adoption and that comes from simple explanations people can understand. You can't do that, can you?

Then you are a shit marketeer if you reference a consensus algo as your base case for what dpow is. lol

I have found that referencing 'stake' when explaining dPoW is essential because noobies see PoW in the name and they can mine kmd also, so it's very easy for confusion where people don't appreciate the 'green' friendly innovation. It's like 'blockchain', it has multiple meanings now,  look for the intentions behind the statement, don't see every misuse an an opportunity to boost your ego and put someone down, try and explain things better.

There is nothing wrong with using the word "stake", it's when you use it in the phrase "proof of stake" (or POS for short) where you are changing the meaning to something it is not. Instead of him acting like a child over me pointing this out, he gets his panties in a twist that I'm trolling. Time to put big boy pants on and sack up.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 04, 2019, 02:37:32 AM

lol, except that it has nothing to do with proof of stake. Stake-based =/= Proof of Stake. Your stake, represented by the coins you get 1:1 vote with (or your direct KMD for that matter), do not generate blocks themselves, nor do the NN's via POS.

As for your edit "if I said dPoW is a version of PoS you would be correct, but I didn't say that". Ummm? "dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake" So you inserted hybrid and that is suppose to change the core statement? Really?

And trolling? If correcting a nonsensical statement that is only going to serve as a statement of confusion makes me a troll, so be it. I'm probably one of the larger holders here.

Why don't you give a definition and explain dPoW then?

Just replying 'No' was worthless

My definition would not include POS, that's for sure. Tongue


Gutless, you can't define dPoW adequately can you, not without mentioning 'stake'.

Stay a million miles away from any marketing, komodo needs adoption and that comes from simple explanations people can understand. You can't do that, can you?

I find it sad that because I corrected you in reference to using a consensus algo as your base case for what dpow is, you feel the need to label me as a "troll" or heaven-forbid, a VBK fanboy. lol

Want a super crude and cheesy dpow definition without using the word stake (which is wrong): "Securing your project through Bitcoin's hashrate, because wasting resources is silliness" or "dPow, back your project up to Bitcoin's ledger--simple, secure, affordable"

Done. Next.

EDIT: I'm not a marketeer personally, so these short little quibs about what dpow is is simply to prove to you it can be done without wrongly using a consensus algo. Having a technical debate with someone that doesn't understand that basic fact isn't worth my time. Sorry.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 04, 2019, 02:33:13 AM

lol, except that it has nothing to do with proof of stake. Stake-based =/= Proof of Stake. Your stake, represented by the coins you get 1:1 vote with (or your direct KMD for that matter), do not generate blocks themselves, nor do the NN's via POS.

As for your edit "if I said dPoW is a version of PoS you would be correct, but I didn't say that". Ummm? "dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake" So you inserted hybrid and that is suppose to change the core statement? Really?

And trolling? If correcting a nonsensical statement that is only going to serve as a statement of confusion makes me a troll, so be it. I'm probably one of the larger holders here.

Why don't you give a definition and explain dPoW then?

Just replying 'No' was worthless

My definition would not include POS, that's for sure. Tongue


Gutless, you can't define dPoW adequately can you, not without mentioning 'stake'.

Stay a million miles away from any marketing, komodo needs adoption and that comes from simple explanations people can understand. You can't do that, can you?

Don't feed VBK trolls!

I don't own that closed source nonsense.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 04, 2019, 01:47:27 AM

lol, except that it has nothing to do with proof of stake. Stake-based =/= Proof of Stake. Your stake, represented by the coins you get 1:1 vote with (or your direct KMD for that matter), do not generate blocks themselves, nor do the NN's via POS.

As for your edit "if I said dPoW is a version of PoS you would be correct, but I didn't say that". Ummm? "dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake" So you inserted hybrid and that is suppose to change the core statement? Really?

And trolling? If correcting a nonsensical statement that is only going to serve as a statement of confusion makes me a troll, so be it. I'm probably one of the larger holders here.

Why don't you give a definition and explain dPoW then?

Just replying 'No' was worthless

My definition would not include POS, that's for sure. Tongue
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 04, 2019, 01:25:28 AM
dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake where KMD investors get to decide who runs NN

No.

KMD investors decide who runs 64 notaries, so saying dPoW is a HYBRID VERSION of PoS is valid IMO

1 VOTE = 1 KMD

No, you aren't directly generating blocks. Nothing about your existing UTXOs influences block generation. Of the NN's you elect, they are still mining POW as well. It's a poor statement and only serves to cause confusion about KMD from people doing their DD.

Ok, give a definition of dPoW without mentioning how the notaries are selected then, is that how you propose to rid people of confusion?

You must be a troll, anyone doing DD who doesn't appreciate 64 NN are elected based on 1KMD = 1 VOTE would call komodo a scam shitcoin,

"proof of jl777's buddies in discord"

I think you need to better educate yourself what POS actually is. No one is arguing the election of notaries. Finally, I suggest you actually reread what I posted instead of diving off the deep end.

Stop trolling ...

"dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake where KMD investors get to decide who runs NN"

Why do you want to confuse people? I know what dPoW is, and how PoS works, don't be so literal, otherwise you are just trolling

NN selection is STAKE BASED

edit: if I said dPoW is a version of PoS you would be correct, but I didn't say that. You are trolling to suggest otherwise

lol, except that it has nothing to do with proof of stake. Stake-based =/= Proof of Stake. Your stake, represented by the coins you get 1:1 vote with (or your direct KMD for that matter), do not generate blocks themselves, nor do the NN's via POS.

As for your edit "if I said dPoW is a version of PoS you would be correct, but I didn't say that". Ummm? "dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake" So you inserted hybrid and that is suppose to change the core statement? Really?

And trolling? If correcting a nonsensical statement that is only going to serve as a statement of confusion makes me a troll, so be it. I'm probably one of the larger holders here.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - next generation platform, Secured by Bitcoin on: April 03, 2019, 11:09:36 PM
dPoW is a hybrid version of proof of stake where KMD investors get to decide who runs NN

No.

KMD investors decide who runs 64 notaries, so saying dPoW is a HYBRID VERSION of PoS is valid IMO

1 VOTE = 1 KMD

No, you aren't directly generating blocks. Nothing about your existing UTXOs influences block generation. Of the NN's you elect, they are still mining POW as well. It's a poor statement and only serves to cause confusion about KMD from people doing their DD.

Ok, give a definition of dPoW without mentioning how the notaries are selected then, is that how you propose to rid people of confusion?

You must be a troll, anyone doing DD who doesn't appreciate 64 NN are elected based on 1KMD = 1 VOTE would call komodo a scam shitcoin,

"proof of jl777's buddies in discord"

I think you need to better educate yourself what POS actually is. No one is arguing the election of notaries. Finally, I suggest you actually reread what I posted instead of diving off the deep end.
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