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October 26, 2015, 02:45:48 AM
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Great looking forum from expanse team Smiley
http://forum.expanse.tech/

The forum looks very professional, I like the way how it looks. Can't wait for it to be filled with new threads and announcements, as this will make the community grow. I'm glad to see Expanse moving forward despite the fact that the price has gone really low. Still I think it is the perfect time to buy.  Smiley

 

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October 26, 2015, 10:15:48 AM
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If this coin wants to be taken seriously as not a scam, there needs to be a page showing all premined coin transactions with a description of it's use and the voting results.




There are no voting results yet as the DAO is still being built. The team has 10% of the reserve for development to be used over a year, 90% is for the DAO and is totally untouched. We talked about this quite a bit and it is in the OP, but I agree the distribution of every coin should be made clear to those not following closely. About 50k of it that was used, and we paid a bounty for the logo. Franko managed this and I did none of it myself, I have never even seen an EXP I didn't mine with my 4 GPUs, other than 1-2 sent as tests.

I agree 100% that everything like this needs to be totally transparent. We will even have Dapps about this in time, but what is certain is that only the smallest amount has been used, but yes, I think more than just having addresses would be great. I don't really think it is anyone's business what some 3rd party dev, or any dev, does with some bounty after they are paid, but it is everyone's business who is paid what and when.

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October 26, 2015, 11:05:51 AM
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If this coin wants to be taken seriously as not a scam, there needs to be a page showing all premined coin transactions with a description of it's use and the voting results.

You raise an extremely important point. I'll get onto this and sort something out. Thank you for the advice!

http://forum.expanse.tech/topic/11/can-we-grow-our-user-base-5-per-week

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Well my first thought is transparency.. Not just any transparency.. Transparency for the non technical..

I think a really good idea would be to have something on the website that shows when and where what funds are going to what and why.

With a bit of code.. Maybe a DAPP? this could be automated. Or in the meantime could have something on the forum here that is updated manually and linked to from the website.

I'll gladly take on this role for the time been but ultimately, an auto updating section on the website would be the best way to go I think.

I made some responses there, but I think a simple report could suffice in the meantime. No reason we can't have a detailed report so people can feel safer about EXP. Nothing to hide here, so this would be a positive to report and share. (compares well to the other options)

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October 26, 2015, 12:21:48 PM
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I have now heard of this coin. How much EXP  I can mine for the day with a 1 x ATI 7970 and what is it hash ? Which graphics card is the best for mine EXP?

Hmm, maybe 30 a day? Depends how many are mining. I usually get about 125 or so a day with 4 280x cards. This varies of course, but I think this is a good time for hobbyist miners to gather coins and hold. Very little risk with just a card or two.

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October 26, 2015, 12:29:38 PM
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If this coin wants to be taken seriously as not a scam, there needs to be a page showing all premined coin transactions with a description of it's use and the voting results.


When the DAO is up, thats pretty much exactly how it will work.

Users will create spending propositions, and in the proposition it will have

- unique_id
- title
- description
- cost
- receiver_address
- voting_status

And in the wallet gui one will be able to read through all the spending props, if they passed or failed and who got what exp when.

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October 26, 2015, 06:02:03 PM
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I have now heard of this coin. How much EXP  I can mine for the day with a 1 x ATI 7970 and what is it hash ? Which graphics card is the best for mine EXP?

Hmm, maybe 30 a day? Depends how many are mining. I usually get about 125 or so a day with 4 280x cards. This varies of course, but I think this is a good time for hobbyist miners to gather coins and hold. Very little risk with just a card or two.

Is that more profitable to mine EXP than ETH. if it is, then you can mine ETH and sell for EXP. Of course when you are mining EXP, you are supporting the EXP network.
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October 26, 2015, 08:26:00 PM
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If this coin wants to be taken seriously as not a scam, there needs to be a page showing all premined coin transactions with a description of it's use and the voting results.


When the DAO is up, thats pretty much exactly how it will work.

Users will create spending propositions, and in the proposition it will have

- unique_id
- title
- description
- cost
- receiver_address
- voting_status

And in the wallet gui one will be able to read through all the spending props, if they passed or failed and who got what exp when.




This sounds perfect. I'm confused why ETH didn't have this. It's almost like they actually kind of suck. This coin could take over as the #1 Ethereum code based coin.



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October 26, 2015, 08:32:00 PM
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I have now heard of this coin. How much EXP  I can mine for the day with a 1 x ATI 7970 and what is it hash ? Which graphics card is the best for mine EXP?

Hmm, maybe 30 a day? Depends how many are mining. I usually get about 125 or so a day with 4 280x cards. This varies of course, but I think this is a good time for hobbyist miners to gather coins and hold. Very little risk with just a card or two.

Is that more profitable to mine EXP than ETH. if it is, then you can mine ETH and sell for EXP. Of course when you are mining EXP, you are supporting the EXP network.

It varies a bit, right now the main ETH pool I have used in the past is having some issue so I can't check the exact comparison. Mining the most profitable coins and then selling to BTC, or buying something like EXP with it is technically the best strategy. For hobbyist miners that don't have a lot of time switching around, like myself often times, it can also work out to just mine something with development like EXP and wait. There is little risk since most of us only have a few cards, and if it rises later then that can pay off well.

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October 27, 2015, 07:11:21 AM
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Recently started mining Eth and now Exp and I have to say this website is pure sex; whoever made it. Cheesy

http://stats.expanse.tech/

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October 28, 2015, 10:08:49 AM
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Recently started mining Eth and now Exp and I have to say this website is pure sex; whoever made it. Cheesy

http://stats.expanse.tech/

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You should see the wallet... mmmmmm GUI..... http://forum.expanse.tech/topic/2/gui-wallet-developer-preview

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October 28, 2015, 01:36:23 PM
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It varies a bit, right now the main ETH pool I have used in the past is having some issue so I can't check the exact comparison. Mining the most profitable coins and then selling to BTC, or buying something like EXP with it is technically the best strategy.

So you equalize (future) BTC value to "something like EXP value". Sounds legit.

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October 28, 2015, 02:10:30 PM
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It varies a bit, right now the main ETH pool I have used in the past is having some issue so I can't check the exact comparison. Mining the most profitable coins and then selling to BTC, or buying something like EXP with it is technically the best strategy.

So you equalize (future) BTC value to "something like EXP value". Sounds legit.


No one knows the future price of btc or any crypto for that matter. A couple years ago, when asked, all the "bitcoin experts" were high on hopium and spouting prices like $100k per coin! Here we are today happy about $300 a coin. With that being said, I remember buying them at $0.25 a piece and have the alpaca socks to prove it. If someone is an exp community member they might just want to mine other coins to buy exp.

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October 28, 2015, 06:08:19 PM
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It varies a bit, right now the main ETH pool I have used in the past is having some issue so I can't check the exact comparison. Mining the most profitable coins and then selling to BTC, or buying something like EXP with it is technically the best strategy.

So you equalize (future) BTC value to "something like EXP value". Sounds legit.


No one knows the future price of btc or any crypto for that matter. A couple years ago, when asked, all the "bitcoin experts" were high on hopium and spouting prices like $100k per coin! Here we are today happy about $300 a coin. With that being said, I remember buying them at $0.25 a piece and have the alpaca socks to prove it. If someone is an exp community member they might just want to mine other coins to buy exp.

This was in response to someone that was interested in acquiring EXP from mining. What I was explaining is that they can either mine it directly, or mine something else and sell that and then buy EXP with it.

I personally hold EXP I mine as I think that might work out well in the future. Does that mean EXP will be some crazy high price? Not necessarily, working out well can be perhaps +20%, it can be +200% or more, that is unknown. There are never any guarantees for prices, and I never made any, but generally I think it is fairly safe mining EXP with a few cards as there isn't much risk that way.

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October 30, 2015, 12:48:57 PM
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Yesterday we held an live AMA (ask me anything) session with Dan Conway, Chris Franko and James Clayton from the Expanse team on Jumbucks Slack.

Here is a link to the full transcript http://pastebin.com/5q5eHTKJ

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November 04, 2015, 05:51:57 PM
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Is Expanse still alive. It has been 5 days since the last reply in this thread, and nothing new. Bitcoin's price is rising up fast, and so as most alt coins, but Expanse is still around the same price or probably even cheaper. Are my hopes lost?  Huh

 

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Is Expanse still alive. It has been 5 days since the last reply in this thread, and nothing new. Bitcoin's price is rising up fast, and so as most alt coins, but Expanse is still around the same price or probably even cheaper. Are my hopes lost?  Huh

yeah pretty much. miners can't even be fucked dumping because price is so shit.
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November 05, 2015, 09:26:13 AM
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All altcoins are going down compare to btc but in usd price the price is stable.
Don`t lose hope for exp, devs all still here and doing their job.

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November 05, 2015, 04:54:05 PM
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Is Expanse still alive. It has been 5 days since the last reply in this thread, and nothing new. Bitcoin's price is rising up fast, and so as most alt coins, but Expanse is still around the same price or probably even cheaper. Are my hopes lost?  Huh

It is very much alive, and just a few days from a lot of big stuff. Cheesy

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Is Expanse still alive. It has been 5 days since the last reply in this thread, and nothing new. Bitcoin's price is rising up fast, and so as most alt coins, but Expanse is still around the same price or probably even cheaper. Are my hopes lost?  Huh

It is very much alive, and just a few days from a lot of big stuff. Cheesy

Is the GUI wallet ready or would it take longer? Also, any idea on how do I make an Expanse paper wallet? Thanks in advance.  Smiley

 

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November 06, 2015, 02:56:07 AM
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Is Expanse still alive. It has been 5 days since the last reply in this thread, and nothing new. Bitcoin's price is rising up fast, and so as most alt coins, but Expanse is still around the same price or probably even cheaper. Are my hopes lost?  Huh

It is very much alive, and just a few days from a lot of big stuff. Cheesy

Is the GUI wallet ready or would it take longer? Also, any idea on how do I make an Expanse paper wallet? Thanks in advance.  Smiley

The GUI has been released ( http://www.expanse.tech/#downloads ) but is not 'ready' as far as is not an official beta release yet -- it is just a development preview, although functional for account/transaction management. I will prepare a guide for a paper/physical wallet.

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