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August 16, 2015, 11:21:16 PM
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Stable Coin – Future Stability


It is somewhat a pipe dream to have a crypto currency that is completely STABLE, after all it is a market like any other, although less mature. However the new team taking over the future development of the coin share much of the ethos the original developer had.
The new team have come up with some exciting plans that could see much further development of the coin and it’s wallet features.
Key to getting a coin adopted by merchants is Stability with that merchant not in fear of losing financially in the markets they participate in.


Step 1)

With this in mind we propose to change the coin to a hybrid in the near future. The maths are being worked on very carefully to establish what coin production produces the best price stability in relation  to other crypto currencies but more importantly the larger fiat currencies used daily around the world at the moment. This is where most developers go wrong and just assume people and businesses will adopt crypto due to a dislike for centralised systems that have been in place for thousands of years.

Step 2)

Wallets are dull as dish water even a good one with good features looks much the same as the next on. We intend to change this and build from the ground up. A new wallet system that is easy to use with excellent features, it should be better than the best on line banking wallet because crypto needs to be ahead of the curve. These wallets will cover phones, computers and devices we don’t even know about yet, or do we?

Step 3)

Getting merchants to take the coin and people to use it. Even big brother bitcoin struggles to pull this off. Just try paying for a beer at a bar that has the foresight with BTC and you could die of thirst before it gets to your hand.

What you see above is no roadmap, it is a statement of intent to bring you the best coin available on the market. This may take a few months because we are waiting on technology improvements but we can do it. 10 people with access to many thousands in the crypto niche.
So join in, buy some coins, mine like fury and join the new revolution in giving a good ol' coin the kiss of life.



SPECS:



Block reward is 25 coins per block, with a block target time of 40 seconds. Difficulty will be recalculated every 90 blocks. A total of 145 million coins will be minted, with block reward halving every ~3.7 years. P2P Port is 17500. If you have issues connecting to the network, forward this port.
RPC Port is 17501. This is the port you will point your miner at when solo mining.


Mined blocks will mature after 35 blocks.

Block 0-90        0 coins
Block 90-180     1 coins
Block 180-270   2 coins
Block 270-360   3 coins
Block 360-450   6 coins
Block 450-540   8 coins
Block 540-630   12 coins
Block 630-720   15 coins
Block 720-810   18 coins
Block 810-900   22 coins
Block 900+       25 coins

MINING POOLS

https://sbcp.block-genesis.com/

http://coin-server.com/

https://prohashing.com/




SERVICES

Block Explorer:

https://sbce.block-genesis.com/

Faucets:
http://freecoinfaucet.com/sbc/
https://cryptospout.com/faucet/hourly_stablecoin_faucet.html
https://cryptospout.com/faucet/daily_stablecoin_faucet.html
https://cryptospout.com/deluge/hourly_stablecoin_deluge.html
https://cryptospout.com/deluge/daily_stablecoin_deluge.html

StableCoin (SBC) Currency Exchange Rate Conversion Calculator:
http://coinmill.com/SBC_calculator.html

Marketcaps:
http://coincap.io/#/coin/sbc
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/stablecoin/

EXCHANGES

Cryptopia:
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_BTC

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_DOT

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_LTC

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_DOGE

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_FTC

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_POP

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_HTML5

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=SBC_UNO

https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_SBC/

Social Media:
Twitter: @SBCdevteam
Facebook: coming soon
IRC: ##Stablecoin on freenode (http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=%23%23stablecoin&uio=d4 )


OFFICIAL SITE Coming Soon

OFFICIAL FORUM Coming Soon

Wallets:

OLD Windows Client: https://github.com/stablecoin/stablecoin-qt/archive/master.zip
OLD Source: https://github.com/stablecoin/StableCoin

NEW Windows Wallet made by Noise23 Dev of Truckcoin (no more messy dll files):
http://downloads.truckcoin.net/misc/stablecoin-qt.zip  or https://github.com/noise23/stablecoin
 
changes made: Added gitian descriptors and did some edits to the .pro file
https://github.com/noise23/stablecoin/commit/b58b3cbc653ec1247efa0d1a177a9cf8bee03b64

Virustotalscan: 0 / 56 https://www.virustotal.com/nl/file/b1cbb32059531670394ac22d008948b77510382308e5844c583c611f704ea32f/analysis/1439716572/

MAC wallet: https://mega.nz/#!0AY3FQbb!T5wdjVvp3oDfr9Ucun4Dw2JaF0wePwP5xy50meuwn9k)

Snapshot of the blockchain per November the 15th 2016 available at https://mega.nz/#!vhUTlLYZ!x64eURywLOdGeNIAIJPeUJSgkRTWqA8y7x6MNR33JgI

Nodes:
addnode=172.110.29.94
addnode=70.163.93.50:17500
addnode=198.205.118.181:17500
addnode=72.78.100.12:17500
addnode=184.185.216.85
addnode=192.99.35.133
addnode=85.236.188.28


Bounties:
Faucets
Mining Pool
Website+forum
Translated ANN pages
Social Media/Promotions/Giveaways
Linux compiled wallet 20k SBC
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August 16, 2015, 11:23:27 PM
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Old SBC threads:
1st https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0
2nd https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=349198.0

failed takeover https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=610638.0
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August 16, 2015, 11:33:35 PM
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SBC ROCKETING OUT OF THE GRAVE TO THE MOON!
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August 17, 2015, 12:17:30 AM
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We will see, It is nice but there are many on the road.
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August 17, 2015, 08:40:14 AM
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This look promising will be watching Smiley

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August 17, 2015, 03:18:25 PM
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Godspeed SBC! Cheesy

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August 17, 2015, 04:33:34 PM
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Thanks guys, we might not be the best ´devs´ but we´re doing this as volunteers and because we think that we can achieve alot if we work together and join our efforts. Too many scams in crypto and onedayfly PnD copy coins in circulation now that dont add anything to crypto.

I havent contacted the active posters in the old SBC threads yet, SBC has been dead in the water for sometime so i think its safe to assume that they dont check the threads anymore. The failed scammy takeover attempt didnt do much good either, so yes, it is a challenge for sure to get this coin back up where it belongs.

Me and my team dont like making false promises and for now, our main focus will be on a healthy chain, faster transaction speeds, healthy economics and a few new wallets to get SBC updated to 2015. Its quite an old coin and alot has changed in the scene so there are some urgent updates that need to be made. We cant decide on this alone. Thats why we´re looking forward to know what the community thinks about it and give us the feedback we need to make this a true community coin, managed by a group of crypto loving volunteers.

Arthos was a visionary at the time but sadly wasnt able to live up to the promisess he made. Im sure alot of you still feel disappointed about that. Ive read posts where people were saying that they bought SBC at 50k satoshis or even higher! SBC is very undervaluated atm, only 22M coins out there and not alot of daily supply from mining. The network hash has increased from 2 Mh to over 100 Mh in less than a day after this announcement was made.

We are listed on Cryptsy and Cryptopia, both very different exchanges, one being one of the first, the other one being a little less polished than the common exchanges but with lots of exciting new features and lots of people who are new to crypto. We have soome new miners who joined mining on cryptopia and its been doing wonders to speed up transactions. SBC is more alive and kicking harder than it ever was in the last year!

And we just got started  Wink
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August 17, 2015, 04:40:16 PM
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HAVE NO FEAR! SBC HEROES ARE HERE!
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August 18, 2015, 05:20:37 PM
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LET'S GET SBC MOVING THE WAY IT SHOULD LONG TIME AGO!!
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August 18, 2015, 10:24:06 PM
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Interesting Cool .... I like more of a redesigned concept Smiley that a new coin that you never know if it will last more than a week.  Tongue

22 Mill out there? I like this Grin Grin

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I'm in  Smiley
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August 19, 2015, 01:29:20 PM
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Interesting Cool .... I like more of a redesigned concept Smiley that a new coin that you never know if it will last more than a week.  Tongue

22 Mill out there? I like this Grin Grin

           "Work capacity of people is valued, but is more valued the ability to create work for other people"

I'm in  Smiley

Thanks again for helping with the Spanish Translation for the ANN https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1156900
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August 19, 2015, 01:45:23 PM
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do you have wallet for linux dev? many user in the world use linux operating system for our computer Cheesy


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do you have wallet for linux dev? many user in the world use linux operating system for our computer Cheesy

Thanks for pointing that out, Im offering a 2k SBC bounty to compile the latest source https://github.com/noise23/stablecoin into a Linux Wallet. In case we dont have a working linux wallet within 3 days, i will ask Noise23 to compile it.
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August 20, 2015, 01:12:04 PM
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do you have wallet for linux dev? many user in the world use linux operating system for our computer Cheesy

Thanks for pointing that out, Im offering a 2k SBC bounty to compile the latest source https://github.com/noise23/stablecoin into a Linux Wallet. In case we dont have a working linux wallet within 3 days, i will ask Noise23 to compile it.

Compiling a qt-wallet for linux is cake - it's even often faster than downloading one. It's really about copy-pasting 2-3 simple commands into a terminal once you have the dependencies installed through the package manager of your distribution.
The problem is that the wallet for Debian 7/x64 I just compiled won't probably work on an Ubuntu or a SUSE linux due to different library version linked into the executable.

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August 20, 2015, 01:17:47 PM
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Oh FFS go die in a fire you fucking shit bag.

Wind picked up: F4BC1F4BC0A2A1C4

banditryandloot goin2mars kbm keyboard-mash theusualstuff

probably a few more that don't matter for much.
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August 20, 2015, 01:29:29 PM
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NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO

This piece of shit has nine lives, I swear to god.  It launched, looked promising, dev abandoned it and it looked dead, he miraculously reappeared!  It pumped, it dumped, he disappeared again, the coin died again.  Some time later ANOTHER revival was attempted, but it lead nowhere.  I'm guessing too many people burned by it once or twice remembered and alerted the rest of the alt community.  They must have decided to wait a little longer for people to leave alts and people to forget before trying again, because here is the same old shitcoin AGAIN.

Take my advice.  I promise I am telling the truth.  SBC IS NOW AND ALWAYS HAS BEEN A SCAMCOIN AND ANY TIME YOU SEE A REVIVAL THREAD IT IS THE SAME OLD SCAMMERS TRYING TO PULL THEIR SAME DIRTY TRICKS AGAIN.  FUCK SBC.  IGNORE SBC.  THESE GUYS WiLL DO NOTHING MORE THAN MAKE PROMISES, PUMP, DUMP, AND DISAPPEAR.  GUARANTEED.

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August 20, 2015, 01:39:10 PM
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Oh FFS go die in a fire you fucking shit bag.
Were you refering to my post? If yes, dare to explain with what exactly I hurt your feelings?

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August 20, 2015, 04:11:08 PM
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Oh FFS go die in a fire you fucking shit bag.
Were you refering to my post? If yes, dare to explain with what exactly I hurt your feelings?

lol nah, hadn't even read your post. still haven't

sbc is what really got me into crypto.

its personal, and i would have rather the thing just have been left well enough alone.

for anyone that hasn't been around: SBC has already been 'raised from the dead' once already, when some asshat hacked artos' profile and caused a bunch of people to yet again lose a lot of money after pumping it and scamming them.

it was also notoriously played against doge during the doge pump on 4chan to cause an interboard war to spur doge hype.

it's had a long history, and has died quietly.

this sad relaunch is on my greylist now.

So a warning to anyone happening to stumble on this now: Expect to be scammed. Might not be anyones fault either.

Wind picked up: F4BC1F4BC0A2A1C4

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August 20, 2015, 04:26:13 PM
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Oh FFS go die in a fire you fucking shit bag.
Were you refering to my post? If yes, dare to explain with what exactly I hurt your feelings?
lol nah, hadn't even read your post. still haven't

 Grin ah ok, then sorry for being a bit touchy.
Thanks for the info regarding SBCs repeated resurrections, didn't know that at all.

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August 20, 2015, 07:54:25 PM
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How nice, some of the old SBC community members found this thread! First of all, if we wanted to scam you, wouldnt we be making announcements months ago when we first started working on SBC? secondly, yes SBC's history isnt the best but whatever. its a coin, its mineable, its healthy and its cheap too. there arent that many SBC out there either AFAIK, there are more miners joining every day, in fact the network hashrate hit 200Mh/s today. only thing what was missing was some management. well dont worry cause SBC is in good hands. it doesnt cost much to get things done, theres no need for a centralised one-dev coin. theres no need to let this coin go to waste....

What we do need though is a strong community, so thats why im trying to bring old and new together.
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