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July 02, 2015, 09:02:21 AM
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Slack has been up since it was created, the issue lies with the webhost.  It is on having problems running the Slackin script without crashing (https://github.com/rauchg/slackin).  This is the plugin that allows users to invite themselves to Slack.  If you are seeing a "502 bad gateway" error like what is being shown now, just private message me your email address and I can manually invite you to the Slack channel that everyone is in.  There are currently 55 members in there.

In regards to the spreadsheet, it was designed to be that way.  Only once trades are completed are they tweeted and posted in Slack.  This is to stop people from intentionally trading against others in low liquidity markets.  We do give the option for individuals to have their trades tweeted early after their position is filled, only if they give us permission to. Recent examples include Cointrader, Notsofast, Nuse, & CollinCrypto.  One thing that was already mentioned in Slack but not here --- Once we have a 'top 10' list of traders from the spreadsheet data and are opening larger positions, all of these trades will have an exact BTC profit/lost metric posted publicly.

Twitter was already updated this morning with four trades and the most recent burn.

how are you deciding how many coins to buy to burn? are you keeping a set amount of funds and anything else is for burning?
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July 02, 2015, 09:09:10 AM
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July 02, 2015, 09:22:16 AM
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BlockExplorer is updated?
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July 02, 2015, 09:51:01 AM
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BlockExplorer is updated?

http://explorer.gambitcrypto.com/

Top 100 has been spreading out quite decently. Patience is key. This is a new coin. It will be prime

http://explorer.gambitcrypto.com/richlist

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July 04, 2015, 08:45:24 PM
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Still holding and look fwd to see what this coin does.
Still "up" on it too which is nice/rare these days!
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July 07, 2015, 07:16:18 AM
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sort the wallet out. I locked it so I could send the coins after 8 hours then went to send them. then put in the wrong amount and the password which made a warning error saying wrong amount or whatever. but it unlocked the wallet which in turn started staking again! so now the coins are locked for another 8 hours!
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July 07, 2015, 07:58:41 AM
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sort the wallet out. I locked it so I could send the coins after 8 hours then went to send them. then put in the wrong amount and the password which made a warning error saying wrong amount or whatever. but it unlocked the wallet which in turn started staking again! so now the coins are locked for another 8 hours!
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July 07, 2015, 02:48:58 PM
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July 07, 2015, 04:47:04 PM
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sort the wallet out. I locked it so I could send the coins after 8 hours then went to send them. then put in the wrong amount and the password which made a warning error saying wrong amount or whatever. but it unlocked the wallet which in turn started staking again! so now the coins are locked for another 8 hours!



But it was staking then I locked it till was clear then sent. But it started staking again once I hit the send button. That option you give is not an option. If the wallet hasn't been unlocked for staking the coins should not start staking when you try to send and make a mistake in the amount.
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July 09, 2015, 07:49:38 AM
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sort the wallet out. I locked it so I could send the coins after 8 hours then went to send them. then put in the wrong amount and the password which made a warning error saying wrong amount or whatever. but it unlocked the wallet which in turn started staking again! so now the coins are locked for another 8 hours!



But it was staking then I locked it till was clear then sent. But it started staking again once I hit the send button. That option you give is not an option. If the wallet hasn't been unlocked for staking the coins should not start staking when you try to send and make a mistake in the amount.

So let's recap, you entered the password wrong, you made a mistake in the amount, you didn't set your wallet to leave a reserve amount, BUT it's the dev/wallet's fault?!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
Take some responsibility for your own mistakes man! Seriously...  Grin
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July 09, 2015, 08:47:35 PM
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July 09, 2015, 09:17:46 PM
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Building my position here, looks a really good project, defo a buy and hold coin, GLGT guys  Cool
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July 10, 2015, 03:29:07 PM
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more and more big burns I see. Like this.

quote defcoin ==== LOL... oh no, the coin is dead cause $DEV doesn't live on BCT! When will you people learn that everything on here is completely irrelevant next to useless. Devs need to stop using it all together, only then can crypto begin to flourish. It's such a shame that people consider this shit hole to be the pinnacle of information when it comes to developments. I don't blame $DEV for not coming on here, and frankly I am embarrassed that I even check BCT myself.
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July 12, 2015, 09:42:01 PM
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We need more wallets online continously!
It has been 2 days since I staked all my GAM and only ~300 blocks have been generated since then, sometimes only 1 or 2 blocks per hour. This means that instead of after ~8.5 hours, it might take 3 days before the necessary 510 blocks have passed.
With more wallets online, more inputs are generated and blocks will be created closer to the 1 min design rate.

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
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July 12, 2015, 10:23:36 PM
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We need more wallets online continously!
It has been 2 days since I staked all my GAM and only ~300 blocks have been generated since then, sometimes only 1 or 2 blocks per hour. This means that instead of after ~8.5 hours, it might take 3 days before the necessary 510 blocks have passed.
With more wallets online, more inputs are generated and blocks will be created closer to the 1 min design rate.

Got my coins staking now as no point of having them on Trex as not looking to sell anytime soon, not got many but every little helps
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July 12, 2015, 11:23:28 PM
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Got my coins staking now as no point of having them on Trex as not looking to sell anytime soon, not got many but every little helps
Exactly and at this moment every little bit helps. It has been 1.5 hours without block found, so any wallet that can be brought online with blocks ready to stake is welcome - more wallets need to stay online & stake!

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
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July 13, 2015, 01:25:21 AM
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Got my coins staking now as no point of having them on Trex as not looking to sell anytime soon, not got many but every little helps
Exactly and at this moment every little bit helps. It has been 1.5 hours without block found, so any wallet that can be brought online with blocks ready to stake is welcome - more wallets need to stay online & stake!
The wallet and network is not designed for being off-line for a long time and then being brought online for a short time, because when the wallet sees old, high-reward blocks it apparently starts assembling a lot of inputs into a few larger (~1k GAM) blocks, so the result is that a wallet with 10k GAM, instead of having 1000 or so small inputs, will end up with 10 big inputs. So, next time the wallet comes online it will generate 10 blocks and then it is done. If many people do this, then not enough blocks are generated to mature the staked inputs (which need 510 confirms before be ing allowed to participate in staking again) so if there are 20 or 30 wallets that are used for staking but only brought online every other day or so, they might each contribute a few dozen blocks (approx 1 block per 1k GAM) so there is a risk like now that even after a few days, not enough blocks have been generated to mature the blocks are we have a catch-22 until more wallets are being brought online to allow a few wallets to mature *BUT* there is a risk that those wallets will see old inputs and instead of splitting inputs and creating more blocks in future (each input can generate a block if not re-combined) the wallets may get locked into a state where too few blocks are created, so all available inputs for staking are old and the wallets see that inputs are too old (which normally means that they are too small to stake quickly) so they combine inputs to make bigger inputs to stake faster - only making the problem worse.
NOTE that this presumes that the wallet checks the *date* of the input. I did not check the code to see if the date or Nr of Confirms is used for deciding to split or re-combine, so this risk may not happen if indeed the wallet is looking at the confirms instead of date.
Who can bring more wallets online? It has been 2 hours since the last block (instead of 1 per minute). At his rate, you can't even move the GAM in or out the wallet without waiting for hours!
BTW, block 71835 is the long awaited one...

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
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July 13, 2015, 04:39:31 AM
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The GAM block chain is moving again, albeit slowly, due to a couple more wallets that have been brought online. Hopefully we will be able to generate enough blocks to get the staked blocks to maturity and start quicker cycles once the blocks are younger and they are being split by the wallets.
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After a couple dozen blocks, the block chain has slowed down again - already 40 mins since the last block. We need a couple more wallets online, so we can make some progress. In 40 blocks my wallet will start staking again, though at this pace it will take a while before that happens!

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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July 13, 2015, 06:47:45 PM
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OK, my wallet staked all its inputs within an hour or so, hopefully enough wallets remain online to keep the block chain moving. I don't know if my wallet has split the inputs - I doubt it because last time it also created only ~1k GAM size blocks so the number of inputs is minimal, in contrast to a few weeks ago when I had 1000+ inputs from splitting. We need that again!
I don't know if it is a network configuration or requires a wallet update to encourage or force the wallet to split inputs in a certain size, different than the default 1k GAM? If that can be set to 100 GAM then we suddenly get 10 times more inputs and enough blocks will be generated to go back to design parameters (1 block per minute).
It may even be just a hidden console command that needs to be issued to get the wallet into this desired behavior?

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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July 14, 2015, 03:06:38 AM
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Are there more coins burnt or mined each month?



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