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June 22, 2015, 10:36:16 AM
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How much of this coin is premined?  I invest only in coins with no or very low premines/instamines.

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June 22, 2015, 10:50:54 AM
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How much of this coin is premined?  I invest only in coins with no or very low premines/instamines.

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Sir, there is NO pre-mine or instamine with duckNote->DarkNote->DigitalNote

It was public announced on major cryptocurrency channels about a year ago as a duckNote https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632595

Although  XDN has a unique distribution structure and idea of free market Economy. To distribute ~75-80% of XDN coin units in the very first year with a Bitcoin alike block reward halving (to cross a "Bitcoin several years way" in 1 year). After one year (now) to have a major coins on open free market and a constant 150 XDN proof-of-work block reward. As an addition we implemented blockchain bank deposits with interest rate. That is like a bank on the top of blockchain. You can "lock" your XDN for some time and receive an interest. We are working on PoA on the top of XDN deposits.

I mean distribution is very fair and made by mining and exchanging. Now we are at the very beginning of main XDN phase and now DigitalNote is ready for mass adoption. Step-by-step.

DigitalNote XDN website http://digitalnote.org
XDN 1st blockchain deposits with interest & instant untraceable crypto messages GUI https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnotewallet/releases
Bitcointalk topic https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1082745.new#new
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June 22, 2015, 10:55:23 AM
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The beginnings

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632595.0

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Unheard by sharpest ear, unform'd in clearest eye or cunningest mind,
Nor lore nor fame, nor happiness nor wealth,
And yet the pulse of every heart and life throughout the world incessantly,
Which you and I and all pursuing ever ever miss,
Open but still a secret, the real of the real, an illusion,
Costless, vouchsafed to each, yet never man the owner,
Which poets vainly seek to put in rhyme, historians in prose,
Which sculptor never chisel'd yet, nor painter painted,
Which vocalist never sung, nor orator nor actor ever utter'd,
Invoking here and now I challenge for my song ..."





DigitalNote XDN website http://digitalnote.org
XDN 1st blockchain deposits with interest & instant untraceable crypto messages GUI https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnotewallet/releases
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June 22, 2015, 11:26:24 AM
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How much of this coin is premined?  I invest only in coins with no or very low premines/instamines.

Thanks and good luck,
H.



Sir, there is NO pre-mine or instamine with duckNote->DarkNote->DigitalNote

It was public announced on major cryptocurrency channels about a year ago as a duckNote https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632595

Although  XDN has a unique distribution structure and idea of free market Economy. To distribute ~75-80% of XDN coin units in the very first year with a Bitcoin alike block reward halving (to cross a "Bitcoin several years way" in 1 year). After one year (now) to have a major coins on open free market and a constant 150 XDN proof-of-work block reward. As an addition we implemented blockchain bank deposits with interest rate. That is like a bank on the top of blockchain. You can "lock" your XDN for some time and receive an interest. We are working on PoA on the top of XDN deposits.

I mean distribution is very fair and made by mining and exchanging. Now we are at the very beginning of main XDN phase and now DigitalNote is ready for mass adoption. Step-by-step.

Thanks for the info. Very much wish your coin was traded on Cryptsy.

I have downloaded the wallet and will endeavor to find spare XDN along that quiet and serene crypto path of life....

Never had a wallet address this long, I'm sure its something special... Smiley

ddcu9dT7tXvfHart3UCWhGijkA13uxWZzG76Um57uqziXWFp1z3tHi21d9ysXvLKEv5T2npBLDmPfgV sm7b7hMF22xqrc5gJS
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June 22, 2015, 06:12:17 PM
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How much of this coin is premined?  I invest only in coins with no or very low premines/instamines.

Thanks and good luck,
H.



Sir, there is NO pre-mine or instamine with duckNote->DarkNote->DigitalNote

It was public announced on major cryptocurrency channels about a year ago as a duckNote https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632595

Although  XDN has a unique distribution structure and idea of free market Economy. To distribute ~75-80% of XDN coin units in the very first year with a Bitcoin alike block reward halving (to cross a "Bitcoin several years way" in 1 year). After one year (now) to have a major coins on open free market and a constant 150 XDN proof-of-work block reward. As an addition we implemented blockchain bank deposits with interest rate. That is like a bank on the top of blockchain. You can "lock" your XDN for some time and receive an interest. We are working on PoA on the top of XDN deposits.

I mean distribution is very fair and made by mining and exchanging. Now we are at the very beginning of main XDN phase and now DigitalNote is ready for mass adoption. Step-by-step.

Thanks for the info. Very much wish your coin was traded on Cryptsy.

I have downloaded the wallet and will endeavor to find spare XDN along that quiet and serene crypto path of life....

Never had a wallet address this long, I'm sure its something special... Smiley

ddcu9dT7tXvfHart3UCWhGijkA13uxWZzG76Um57uqziXWFp1z3tHi21d9ysXvLKEv5T2npBLDmPfgV sm7b7hMF22xqrc5gJS

DigitalNote address is not like Bitcoin, because XDN is not a Bitcoin fork. In near future we will introduce OpenAlias for XDN addresses, so it will be like yourname@domain.com.

DigitalNote XDN website http://digitalnote.org
XDN 1st blockchain deposits with interest & instant untraceable crypto messages GUI https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnotewallet/releases
Bitcointalk topic https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1082745.new#new
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June 22, 2015, 07:58:31 PM
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DigitalNote address is not like Bitcoin, because XDN is not a Bitcoin fork. In near future we will introduce OpenAlias for XDN addresses, so it will be like yourname@domain.com.

So far, some very generous souls have contributed to my XDN wallet.  

I find the messaging feature in the wallet very interesting. At last, here is a coin with some wallet innovation. The naming alias would be fantastic as well.  Also, could clue me in on what the main advantages are for "cryptonote" style coin, versus traditional bitcoin style?

Do you have plans to be listed on other exchanges, like Cryptsy? Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.

Best,
H.
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June 22, 2015, 08:40:32 PM
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In near future we will introduce OpenAlias for XDN addresses, so it will be like yourname@domain.com.

In fact, you can already use OpenAlias to withdraw your XDN from the luckyducky (the tipbot/gamebot on Freenode #darknote and #digitalnote) if you have your domain name setup with an OpenAlias XDN address). Dice and blackjack betting for XDN, bets from 10 XDN to 1000 XDN Smiley

On another note, minerjoen's issue was indeed trying to connect just when I was updating, it's all working fine now.




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Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.

I would say Poloniex, unless you want to stay anonymous. Hitbtc was said to be possibly faking their volume, but Poloniex now requires your name and country to withdraw. Apart from that privacy thing, Poloniex seems quite trustworthy.





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Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.

I would say Poloniex, unless you want to stay anonymous. Hitbtc was said to be possibly faking their volume, but Poloniex now requires your name and country to withdraw. Apart from that privacy thing, Poloniex seems quite trustworthy.



Thanks for the tip.

Speaking of fake volume, XDN is listed on HitBit as having $8K+ for 24 hour volume, while Poloniex shows $56 24H volume (using coinmarket values) ....does that sound right to you?

Why is HitBit volume so high??  Is it fake?
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DigitalNote address is not like Bitcoin, because XDN is not a Bitcoin fork. In near future we will introduce OpenAlias for XDN addresses, so it will be like yourname@domain.com.

So far, some very generous souls have contributed to my XDN wallet.  

I find the messaging feature in the wallet very interesting. At last, here is a coin with some wallet innovation. The naming alias would be fantastic as well.  Also, could clue me in on what the main advantages are for "cryptonote" style coin, versus traditional bitcoin style?

Do you have plans to be listed on other exchanges, like Cryptsy? Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.

Best,
H.

For an addition information you can review DigitalNote XDN whitepaper http://digitalnote.org/whitepaper.pdf
Here are the main DigitalNote and CryptoNote features:

In general DigitalNote as well as CryptoNote itself is a truly anonymous cryptocurrency. Transactions can`t be tracked, or as we say all transactions are mixed. So it is an untraceable transfers. A true digital money.

Also DigitalNote uses CryptoNight proof-of-work mining algo, it is CPU-efficient and gives a real 1-CPU-1-VOTE model like a "true" Bitcoin should have imo.

Here are the key features of CryptoNote, so DigitalNote too.

But XDN-devs team made much more on the top of CryptoNote technology. Everything we do is a state-of-the-art development from scratch.

1. Untraceable encrypted messages introduced in XDN last autumn. Now messages are Instant. In general here are the key features of unique XDN messaging:
You can send an encrypted message, it will be stored in blockchain forever, but even the fact of any information sending is unknown and only recipient can decrypt it with his private keys. So when you send your message your wallet saves it, but if you will restore it from .keys your wallet will not know your message and can`t decrypt it from blockchain. Only recipient can. Most advanced way of blockchain encrypted communication here. Also similar to bank transaction comments.

2. Deposits with interest rate, based on blockchain. No other crypto has this bank alike feature on the top of blockchain. Now it is in XDN core, DarkNote -> DigitalNote Quantum Leap 2.0 was an update about that feature. You can`t deposit XDN with your wallet yet, we are working on it and in near week we will introduce wallet deposits. So users will make deposits with DigitalNote wallet.
Deposits are based on multi-signatures technology, also implemented in DigitalNote. Deposits interest rate varies and depends on lock time. Min lock time is ~ 1 month, max lock time is ~10 years. Average annual interest rate is 1%. Deposit is a factor of a new XDN units supply.  Deposited XDN units is not "active" and  can`t be transferred.   _o<  (and here the duck comes Smiley you can export your "private key" and send it with encrypted message, so at least you can share your deposits private keys ownership, but XDN is still locked)

3. DigitalNote has a unique to any other CryptoNote coin specifications, like original Bitcoin-alike block reward halving in the very first year to make XDN Libertarian Economy possible and ready for mass adoption.

4. DigitalNote devs implemented tons of minor features and improvements  for both network and wallets, including first CryptoNote GUI with pool miner inside, wallet messages implementation, moving blockchain out of RAM, etc etc etc.






 

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June 22, 2015, 09:14:39 PM
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Do you have plans to be listed on other exchanges, like Cryptsy? Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.
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Devs mainly work on XDN development. I am sure that other exchanges will include XDN in their list soon. Voting:

https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
https://bter.com/voting

Cryptocurrency is about community and trust. It is driven by users and miners, developers just create an open-source implementation of their thoughts, but only community and free market will decide and vote and direct.

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Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.

I would say Poloniex, unless you want to stay anonymous. Hitbtc was said to be possibly faking their volume, but Poloniex now requires your name and country to withdraw. Apart from that privacy thing, Poloniex seems quite trustworthy.



Thanks for the tip.

Speaking of fake volume, XDN is listed on HitBit as having $8K+ for 24 hour volume, while Poloniex shows $56 24H volume (using coinmarket values) ....does that sound right to you?

Why is HitBit volume so high??  Is it fake?

8k$ vs 56$ is not an average. As i usually can see it is ~ 6K$ vs 1.2K$.
I would say relatively high, compared with the second exchange.  I mean we compare only 2 here. High or not high? Schrodinger`s duck _0<

DigitalNote XDN website http://digitalnote.org
XDN 1st blockchain deposits with interest & instant untraceable crypto messages GUI https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnotewallet/releases
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Out of the 2 you are currently listed on, HitBit and Poloniex, which one would you recommend?  Haven't joined either of those, but might enlist in one... just to be able to trade in XDN.

I would say Poloniex, unless you want to stay anonymous. Hitbtc was said to be possibly faking their volume, but Poloniex now requires your name and country to withdraw. Apart from that privacy thing, Poloniex seems quite trustworthy.



Thanks for the tip.

Speaking of fake volume, XDN is listed on HitBit as having $8K+ for 24 hour volume, while Poloniex shows $56 24H volume (using coinmarket values) ....does that sound right to you?

Why is HitBit volume so high??  Is it fake?

8k$ vs 56$ is not an average. As i usually can see it is ~ 6K$ vs 1.2K$.
I would say relatively high, compared with the second exchange.  I mean we compare only 2 here. High or not high? Schrodinger`s duck _0<


Certainly makes one pause for thought, on venerable  trail of crypto wisdom.. Smiley
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I don't know about Hitbtc, but Poloniex shows their volume history. Click on "1 day" and "1 month" on the graphs, and you can see the daily volume for the last month. I'd say it averages about 2 bitcoins a day on Poloniex, very roughly, but with high variance.




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I don't know about Hitbtc, but Poloniex shows their volume history. Click on "1 day" and "1 month" on the graphs, and you can see the daily volume for the last month. I'd say it averages about 2 bitcoins a day on Poloniex, very roughly, but with high variance.

Thanks, you mentioned that hitbit was possibly faking their volume...do you have more info on that?

Is it mentioned in another thread on Bitcointalk?

I am looking at hitbit buy/sell order history of XDN in the last 24 hours, and there are hundreds of orders...is this the miners/pools selling their coins?

Sorry to be so inquisitive, its just I like to invest in alt coins that have some decent volume.
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Thanks, you mentioned that hitbit was possibly faking their volume...do you have more info on that?

Is it mentioned in another thread on Bitcointalk?

Well, the thing I remember being linked to was on Reddit. I found this, but I don't think that's the one I had seen:

http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/25mpbf/hitbtcs_volume_is_very_suspicious/

Now, I have no experience with them, so that's just hearsay (and even if I said I had, it's be hearsay for you Tongue)





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June 22, 2015, 10:46:14 PM
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Thanks, you mentioned that hitbit was possibly faking their volume...do you have more info on that?

Is it mentioned in another thread on Bitcointalk?

Well, the thing I remember being linked to was on Reddit. I found this, but I don't think that's the one I had seen:

http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/25mpbf/hitbtcs_volume_is_very_suspicious/

Now, I have no experience with them, so that's just hearsay (and even if I said I had, it's be hearsay for you Tongue)



LOL what a great link... yes food for thought indeed.
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June 22, 2015, 11:59:10 PM
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Why is HitBit volume so high??  Is it fake?

A lot of HitBtc volume is certainly fake. Anyone who has traded on there (as I have and I speak from personal experience) can confirm this. It's quite obvious.

EDIT: Here is a post with many links documenting the fake HitBtc volume and other issues with that exchange:

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June 23, 2015, 01:25:01 AM
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How do you lock the coins to the blockchain then? any guide or instructions on how to do so.

Wish my sig was a little bit taller.
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June 23, 2015, 02:44:08 AM
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Why is HitBit volume so high??  Is it fake?

A lot of HitBtc volume is certainly fake. Anyone who has traded on there (as I have and I speak from personal experience) can confirm this. It's quite obvious.

EDIT: Here is a post with many links documenting the fake HitBtc volume and other issues with that exchange:


Thanks for the heads up!!!

If I were the Dev of XDN, I certainly would ask to have my coin delisted by Hitbit...looks super scammish to me, based on all those links kindly forwarded to me.

Yes, due diligence in the Alt Coin world reveals so many wondrous things.
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