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Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) CryptoVoter LAUNCH

First Coin to Decentralize Development thru
CryptoVoter’s Shareholder-style Blockchain Voting

- as featured in techcrunch -



BTCS Voting Website | CryptoVoter Website | BTC Voting Website



Latest Clients (downloads and source-codes below):
Wallet Client: Bitcoin-sCrypt v.1.4.0
Voting Client: CryptoVoter-BTCS v.1.10.1










Bitcoin-sCrypt - CryptoVoter

After over a year and a half of development by self-funding (and refusing to prefund vaporware with an ICO or premine) the CryptoVoter development team has developed an open-source shareholder-style blockchain voting client and Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) will be first cryptocoin to use CryptoVoter’s blockchain voting client to decentralize crypto development.

CryptoVoter’s new and unique blockchain voting system was recently featured in techcrunch and CryptoCoinNews.

The community will guide development on future cryptocoin features.  Pulling features instead of pushing them.   This is the future of cryptocoin development.  Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) will lead the way.

The open-source voting client has been developed and alpha-tested.

No vaporware.  No ICO’s.  No pre-mines.   Real software.  Real voting.  Real decentralization.

Shareholder-style blockchain voting is here.  Decentralized cryptocoin governance is now.

Welcome to Altcoins 2.0.



Bitcoin-sCrypt – Decentralized Development


While the original Bitcoin (BTC) provides decentralized transaction exchange and confirmation, development follows a centralized top-down model.  Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) development is committed to decentralizing development by having users vote on development issues with vote weight based on coin ownership percentages, just like shareholder voting in a corporation.   What’s more, Bitcoin-sCrypt users can propose items to be voted on so Bitcoin-sCrypt development is truly community-driven.

Future votes include whether to change the mining algo to become more asic resistant, whether to switch to a hybrid or a pure Proof-of-Stake system; whether to adopt anonymity features; whether to increase the blocksize; and whether to adopt new cryptocoin features and functionality, as proposed by the coin-holders themselves.


How Voting Works:

Users can cast votes manually, or use the CryptoVoter voting client to automatically cast votes, by creating vanity Bitcoin voting addresses in the user’s own wallet to allow them to send coins from one address in their wallet to another address in the same wallet by a designated blockheight deadline to publicly register votes.  Voters never give up control of their private keys before, during or after votes.  At the designated voting blockheight deadline (which is announced 48-72 hours before the estimated voting deadline), all non-zero balances of matching vanity Bitcoin voting addresses are tallied to count votes and can be independently counted by anyone using a blockchain explorer.  

An infographic explaining how it works can be found here.




How to Vote:

To automatically cast a vote, download the CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client and launch the client to get the latest voting question and answer choices.  You can also view past vote results and future voting questions in the client.

To manually cast a vote, visit http://btcs-voter.com to get the latest voting question and manual voting instructions.  You can also view past vote results and future voting questions on the website.




Specifications:


  • Release date: September 8, 2013 [No premine]
  • Mining Algo:  Scrypt POW
  • Block reward: 25 coins per block  (prior to halving:  50 coins per block)
  • Block generation: 2 minutes
  • Difficulty Retargets using nTargetTimespan = 60 * 60; nTargetSpacing=2*60; nInterval = nTargetTimespan/nTargetSpacing
  • Estimated 21 Million Max Coins
  • Development Driven by Shareholder-Style Blockchain Voting (CryptoVoter)



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BTCS Coin Information Sites




DOWNLOADS AND SOURCECODES:


BITCOIN-SCRYPT WALLET SOFTWARE v.1.4.0 CRYPTOVOTER-BTCS VOTING SOFTWARE v.1.10.1  ...............................................................................
[CLIENT]Latest Bitcoin-sCrypt wallet client binaries for Windows, Linux and Mac can be found here: http://bitcoinscrypt.co/#walletclientdownloads [CLIENT] Latest CryptoVoter-BTCS Voting client binaries for Windows and Linux can be found here: http://btcs-voter.com/download  ...............................................................................
[SOURCE] Source-code can be found here: https://github.com/bitcoin-scrypt/bitcoin-scrypt.git [SOURCE] Source-code can be found here: https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-Client  ...............................................................................
[LINUX COMPILE] Bitcoin-sCrypt wallet client Linux compile instructions can be found here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/41433-how-to-compile-bitcoin-scrypt-v140-on-linux[LINUX COMPILE] CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client Linux compile instructions can be found here: https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-Client/blob/master/COMPILE.ubuntu  ...............................................................................
[WINDOWS COMPILE] Bitcoin-sCrypt wallet client Windows Gitian deterministic build compile instructions can be found here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/41434-how-to-compile-bitcoin-scrypt-v140-for-windows-gitian [WINDOWS COMPILE] CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client Windows compile instructions can be found here: https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-Client/blob/master/COMPILE.windows  ...............................................................................



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I'm very with the development of BTCS. It's one of those that keeps on ticking. Great job!
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After a year and a half it's finally here.

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The first BTCS blockchain vote is October 2, 2015
The second BTCS blockchain vote is October 16, 2015
The first BTC blockchain vote is October 23, 2015

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After a year and a half it's finally here.

yes and an amazing amount of consistent hard work and dedication by Smokeasy to get BTCS to this point !
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Well done smokeasy!

Nice to see you didn`t give up on BTCS, thats a lot of perseverance you have.
With the new voting system we can finally give the coin what it deserves.

Cheers,

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not premine and not any bounty in this coin Smiley
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After a year and a half it's finally here.

yes and an amazing amount of consistent hard work and dedication by Smokeasy to get BTCS to this point !

thanks kelsey!

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Good job smoke!  Way to stick to the plan man.

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Well done smokeasy!

Nice to see you didn`t give up on BTCS, thats a lot of perseverance you have.
With the new voting system we can finally give the coin what it deserves.

Cheers,

Mike

Thx for the support Mike!

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Good job smoke!  Way to stick to the plan man.

Thanks for sticking around bloods-n-cryptos.  Glad we got this working.

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not premine and not any bounty in this coin Smiley

This is a very old coin, I don't think there was any premined and Smokeasy took over the development without any incentives. I'm glad he didn't give up, btw I still have all my coins  Wink
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not premine and not any bounty in this coin Smiley

This is a very old coin, I don't think there was any premined and Smokeasy took over the development without any incentives. I'm glad he didn't give up, btw I still have all my coins  Wink


As mentioned in the OP, we refused to do any prefunding of vaporware with an ICO or premine.  As a result it took longer to develop but we finished with an actual working product.  Now ready for the next stage.


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not premine and not any bounty in this coin Smiley

This is a very old coin, I don't think there was any premined and Smokeasy took over the development without any incentives. I'm glad he didn't give up, btw I still have all my coins  Wink


As mentioned in the OP, we refused to do any prefunding of vaporware with an ICO or premine.  As a result it took longer to develop but we finished with an actual working product.  Now ready for the next stage.



I think doing an ICO or premine would have tarnished.  Interested to see how the altcoin scene reacts.

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I think you guys should try to get on more exchanges than just C-Cex.

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I think you guys should try to get on more exchanges than just C-Cex.

Actually, we are working on getting on a few of the major exchanges before the big vote.

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well done! I really like this one and have been mining it a while back ago. Now, I don't have any coins... I guess I'll start to mine some more.
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well done! I really like this one and have been mining it a while back ago. Now, I don't have any coins... I guess I'll start to mine some more.

Can still be mined by GPU's too.

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well done! I really like this one and have been mining it a while back ago. Now, I don't have any coins... I guess I'll start to mine some more.

Can still be mined by GPU's too.

As of now it can, but I suspect that will change once word spreads its the first cryptovoter vote coin.  Then I think the scrypt asics will start jumping on board.

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Thank you! Smokeasy for this great coin and voting client. You and your team have done an amazing job. Well done.
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Excellent work Smokeasy

We move slowly but surely. So I will continue to support as necessary also in the development and growth of Bitcoin-sCrypt

If someone wants support in Spanish go here
http://www.foro-ptc.com/cryptomonedas-138/foro-en-espanol-bitcoin-scrypt-67268/
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Thank you! Smokeasy for this great coin and voting client. You and your team have done an amazing job. Well done.

Excellent work Smokeasy

We move slowly but surely. So I will continue to support as necessary also in the development and growth of Bitcoin-sCrypt

If someone wants support in Spanish go here
http://www.foro-ptc.com/cryptomonedas-138/foro-en-espanol-bitcoin-scrypt-67268/

Thanks guys.  Close to the finish line.  Need to close out strong.  Thanks for all the support.

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saw the techcrunch article.  sounds fun.  might join mining pool
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saw the techcrunch article.  sounds fun.  might join mining pool

2 pools:

http://weminebtcs.com/
http://btcs.binpool.com/

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Splendid work Ladies and gentlemen.
Smokeasy this is a sterling job!
Well done. Smiley
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Hashing rate keeps going high and then low.
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Hashing rate keeps going high and then low.

It's miners jumping on and off the network.  It's normal and has been observed since the coin was released. 

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Cool. Thanks.   How far can you go back for data???

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That is what I was talking about.  Thank you sir.
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Cool. Thanks.   How far can you go back for data???

we keep a rolling 7 days worth of data to help users spot trends which is why all charts contain trend lines.
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Cool. Thanks.   How far can you go back for data???

we keep a rolling 7 days worth of data to help users spot trends which is why all charts contain trend lines.

got it.  thx

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Hi all,

Maybe we can have a discussion about the first vote which will be at 2 oktober. What would be the pros and cons if we would change the logo or not?

I personally think it would be good thing if we change it to something more universal, because the 'scrypt' part of this coin would be able to change in the future.
Maybe beter to change now before we get big  Grin

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I think it should be changed because I thinks the scrypt part is too generic also.

But the logo may need to be changed anyway if the name change vote is successful.

How hard is a logo contest to setup if the vote does pass?  I think  we would be using the voting system for the logo contest vote too, right?

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We would have to wait until October 16 to see if the name is changed. According to the results of a competition logos would.
Let's see what happens.

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Tendríamos que esperar hasta el 16 de octubre para ver si se cambia el nombre. Según los resultados se haria un concurso de logotipos.
Esperemos a ver que sucede.

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We would have to wait until October 16 to see if the name is changed. According to the results of a competition logos would.
Let's see what happens.

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Tendríamos que esperar hasta el 16 de octubre para ver si se cambia el nombre. Según los resultados se haria un concurso de logotipos.
Esperemos a ver que sucede.



Exactly.  If the name is changed then we can only have the logo contest afterwards.

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Is there a service that could organize a logo contest?  Or would we post a bounty?

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and if we change the name, we would have a naming contest

What name would call this coin?

Suggestions?

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y si cambiamos el nombre, tendríamos un concurso de nombres
Qué nombre le pondríamos a esta moneda?

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Hi all,

Maybe we can have a discussion about the first vote which will be at 2 oktober. What would be the pros and cons if we would change the logo or not?

I personally think it would be good thing if we change it to something more universal, because the 'scrypt' part of this coin would be able to change in the future.
Maybe beter to change now before we get big  Grin

Cheers,

Mike

Changing the logo and distributing the changes wouldn't be that hard but timing would have to be after the name change vote.

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I think it should be changed because I thinks the scrypt part is too generic also.

But the logo may need to be changed anyway if the name change vote is successful.

How hard is a logo contest to setup if the vote does pass?  I think  we would be using the voting system for the logo contest vote too, right?

Yes we would decide the logo contest using the voting system.  I'll look into options for a potential logo contest.

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Splendid work Ladies and gentlemen.
Smokeasy this is a sterling job!
Well done. Smiley

Thx Byron.

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I think now would be a good time to start discussing voting details, like parameters, questions, and stuffs.

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I think now would be a good time to start discussing voting details, like parameters, questions, and stuffs.

Good idea.  Depending on the reception we get here, may begin voting discussions here.

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I think now would be a good time to start discussing voting details, like parameters, questions, and stuffs.

Good idea.  Depending on the reception we get here, may begin voting discussions here.

Looking forward to discussing the voting!

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bitcoin scrypt is back?   moved here from cryptocointalk?
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bitcoin scrypt is back?   moved here from cryptocointalk?

Seems like I already seen this
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bitcoin scrypt is back?   moved here from cryptocointalk?

The official forum is still hosted at CryptoCoinTalk but now that I've taken over development completely, I'm ending the previous dev's boycott of Bitcointalk.

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White paper describing your voting protocol?
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White paper describing your voting protocol?

The white paper describing the CryptoVoter shareholder-style blockchain voting system can be found here:  http://bit.ly/wpcvoter

When we came up with the idea in January 2014 and initially called it "Vanity Voting" because we used vanity addresses to vote.

You can also see the alpha-test vote results on the http://BTCS-voter.com website.

Check it out and let me know if you have any questions.

Thx,

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White paper describing your voting protocol?

The white paper describing the CryptoVoter shareholder-style blockchain voting system can be found here:  http://bit.ly/wpcvoter

When we came up with the idea in January 2014 and initially called it "Vanity Voting" because we used vanity addresses to vote.

You can also see the alpha-test vote results on the http://BTCS-voter.com website.

Check it out and let me know if you have any questions.

Thx,

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When will the voting block deadline be posted?

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When will the voting block deadline be posted?

I will post voting parameters shortly for feedback and discussion from you guys.

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When will the voting block deadline be posted?

I will post voting parameters shortly for feedback and discussion from you guys.

Looking forward to getting the discussion going on bitcointalk.

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We think it's a good time to start the discussion on voting parameters on Bitcointalk so we can get some feedback on proposed voting rules for the upcoming votes.  

Below, please find our initial thoughts on certain voting parameters for community feedback.  We are actively soliciting community opinions on the voting process so feel free to ask anything.



VOTING PARAMETERS:


VOTING DATE DEADLINE

  • Description:  The Voting Date Deadline is the estimated date that the votes for a particular question must be cast.
  • Commentary:  The Voting Date Deadline is just an estimate of when the Voting Block Deadline will occur and is not a guarantee of when voting will actually end for that question.  The Voting Block Deadline overrides the Voting Date Deadline if they conflict.
  • Questions:  Is this confusing?  Is there a better way?


VOTING BLOCK DEADLINE:

  • Description:  The Voting Block Deadline is the specific blockheight deadline that all votes must be cast by for a particular question and only voting addresses with non-zero balances at that designated blockheight will be counted.  Non-zero voting address balances before or after the blockheight deadline will not count for voting to eliminate double-voting (e.g., double-spending).
  • Comments:  The voting block deadline will be announced 48 hours before the estimated voting deadline date.
  • Questions: Is 48 hours enough time before an estimated voting date deadline to announce the block?  How best to estimate voting block deadline when mining hashes vary so much?


VOTING MAJORITY

  • Description:  Unless stated otherwise, voting will be decided based on which answer choice receives more than >50% of all cast votes.
  • Comments:  In the event no answer choice receives more than 50% of the vote, then the top two answer choices will have a subsequent run off election to get to >50%
  • Questions: Should we consider an instant run-off system instead of having a separate run-off election if no answer gets >50% support?



META-VOTES

  • Description: For major votes, we plan on holding initial meta-votes to decide whether or not to vote on the actual issue itself
  • Comments:  We think breaking down major votes into initial meta-votes will give users a better chance to investigate and participate, if/when a meta-vote passes rather than expecting them to educate themselves enough before an initial vote.
  • Questions: Any suggestions or comments on a better way to proceed for major votes besides using meta-votes?



FREQUENCY OF VOTES

  • Description:  For Bitcoin-sCrypt, the first two-votes will be two weeks apart, but subsequent Bitcoin-sCrypt votes will be held approximately once-per-month
  • Comments:  Initially we're having the first two votes so close for two reasons: (1) to (hopefully) build some momentum early on with voting and (2) we wanted to give Bitcoin-core users an opportunity to try out CryptoVoter's shareholder-style blockchain voting with Bitcoin-sCrypt one week before the first Bitcoin-core blockchain meta-vote on whether to vote on increasing the maximum blocksize.
  • Questions:  Is once-a-month voting too frequent or not frequent enough?  Should Bitcoin-sCrypt coordinate with Bitcoin-core re voting?



COMMUNITY-BASED VOTING QUESTIONS

  • Description:  A methodology for allowing users to propose questions to be voted on
  • Comments:  The only way to truly achieve decentralized development is to allow users to propose questions re development for the community to vote on.  We want the process to be fair and public.  Initially, we're thinking to have users post potential questions in the forums which we can decide to adopt as future voting questions.  However, in time we want to create a way to allow anyone to post the question on the website with a way for the community to decide which questions get voted on next
  • Questions:  Any other suggestions on a process or methodology to allow users to submit questions for the community to vote on (instead of giving developers sole discretion on what questions are presented to the community)?



REQUIRING +n CONFIRMATIONS

  • Description:  We are considering adding a requirement that voting coins must have at least +n confirmations at the voting address in order to count towards voting.  The first vote scheduled for Oct 2, 2015, will not have a +n confirmations requirement
  • Comments:  Currently, with no +n confirmations requirement, voting is essentially cost-free which may incentivize vote-buying/vote borrowing because users who do not care about a particular voting outcome can sell their votes without ever giving up control of their coins.  In addition to that problem, with no +n confirmations requirement third-party unauthorized fiduciaries like exchanges, mining pools, escrows, etc..., can vote on issues using coins they control but technically do not own.  By adding a sufficiently high +n confirmations requirement for votes to count, voting coins would be voluntarily locked up and unable to be used for required +n confirmations which could work to disincentivize these stated problems because of the cost of voluntarily not being able to use coins for required confirmation time.
  • Questions:  After the first vote, should we require +n confirmations in order for votes to count?  If so, how many +n confirmations should be required to address the problems mentioned?



HERE ARE THE AFOREMENTIONED QUESTIONS LIST AGAIN:

  • VOTING DATE DEADLINE:  Is the voting date deadline confusing?  Is there a better way?
  • VOTING BLOCK DEADLINE:  Is 48 hours enough time before an estimated voting date deadline to announce the block?  How best to estimate voting block deadline when mining hashes vary so much?
  • VOTING MAJORITY DEFINITION:  Should we consider an instant run-off system instead of having a separate run-off election if no answer gets >50% support?
  • META-VOTES:  Any suggestions or comments on a better way to proceed for major votes besides using meta-votes?
  • VOTING FREQUENCY:  Is once-a-month voting too frequent or not frequent enough?  Should Bitcoin-sCrypt coordinate with Bitcoin-core re voting?
  • COMMUNITY-BASED VOTING QUESTIONS:  Any suggestions on a process or methodology to allow users to submit questions for the community to vote on (instead of giving developers sole discretion on what questions are presented to the community)?
  • REQUIRING +N CONFIRMATIONS:  After the first vote, should we require +n confirmations in order for votes to count?  If so, how many +n confirmations should be required to address the problems mentioned above?




Please review this information and give us any feedback on the proposed questions or any other feedback or questions or criticisms as well.  We will do our best to respond.

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September 28, 2015, 09:09:04 PM
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  • VOTING DATE DEADLINE:  Is the voting date deadline confusing?  Is there a better way?

Good questions.  I'll try to give you my feedback on most of them after work.  Here is my answer to the first question.

No I don't think the voting date deadline thing is confusing.  We should just focus on the voting block deadline mostly.  The date thing is just a recommendation right?

More feedback after work.  Thanks.

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September 28, 2015, 09:59:17 PM
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Interesting voting.  I think I understand it but have question.

I don't think it can but has your team evaluated if the voting can be manipulated like signature voting?
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September 28, 2015, 10:00:24 PM
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Also, I agree with the idea but I think most people would want one person = one vote instead of your system?
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September 28, 2015, 10:20:06 PM
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Interesting voting.  I think I understand it but have question.

I don't think it can but has your team evaluated if the voting can be manipulated like signature voting?

It cannot be manipulated like signature voting because voting coins must be confirmed in a voting address at the voting block deadline.  Since one coin cannot be in two places at the same time, users cannot manipulate voting.

Make sense?

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September 28, 2015, 10:23:14 PM
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Also, I agree with the idea but I think most people would want one person = one vote instead of your system?

tbh, after learning how it works most people support the idea of one coin = one vote instead of one person = one vote.

We chose the one coin = one vote for two important reasons:
1.  We believe that those who have a bigger stake in the outcome should have a bigger voice in any decision, just like shareholders in a corporation.
2.  Creating a one person = one vote voting system defeats the purpose and technology behind decentralization because a trusted-third-party is required to make sure that one person get one, and only one, vote, which would inherently centralize the voting.


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September 28, 2015, 10:29:25 PM
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Also, I agree with the idea but I think most people would want one person = one vote instead of your system?

tbh, after learning how it works most people support the idea of one coin = one vote instead of one person = one vote.

We chose the one coin = one vote for two important reasons:
1.  We believe that those who have a bigger stake in the outcome should have a bigger voice in any decision, just like shareholders in a corporation.
2.  Creating a one person = one vote voting system defeats the purpose and technology behind decentralization because a trusted-third-party is required to make sure that one person get one, and only one, vote, which would inherently centralize the voting.



Thanks for answering questions.

I see you guys make the Bitcoin Scrypt votes before the Bitcoin votes.  The vote about changing Bitcoin Scrypt coin name before Bitcoin could be good for Bitcoin Scrypt.

I just sent you PM.
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September 28, 2015, 10:34:10 PM
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Also, I agree with the idea but I think most people would want one person = one vote instead of your system?

tbh, after learning how it works most people support the idea of one coin = one vote instead of one person = one vote.

We chose the one coin = one vote for two important reasons:
1.  We believe that those who have a bigger stake in the outcome should have a bigger voice in any decision, just like shareholders in a corporation.
2.  Creating a one person = one vote voting system defeats the purpose and technology behind decentralization because a trusted-third-party is required to make sure that one person get one, and only one, vote, which would inherently centralize the voting.



Thanks for answering questions.

I see you guys make the Bitcoin Scrypt votes before the Bitcoin votes.  The vote about changing Bitcoin Scrypt coin name before Bitcoin could be good for Bitcoin Scrypt.

I just sent you PM.

Got it.  Just responded.  Thx for offer to help.

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September 28, 2015, 11:14:24 PM
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  • VOTING DATE DEADLINE:  Is the voting date deadline confusing?  Is there a better way?

Good questions.  I'll try to give you my feedback on most of them after work.  Here is my answer to the first question.

No I don't think the voting date deadline thing is confusing.  We should just focus on the voting block deadline mostly.  The date thing is just a recommendation right?

More feedback after work.  Thanks.

Yes.  The voting date deadline is an estimate.  Not sure if "recommendation" is the right word but it does fit.
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Questions: Is 48 hours enough time before an estimated voting date deadline to announce the block?  How best to estimate voting block deadline when mining hashes vary so much?

I think a little more heads up than 48 hours would be better.  I don't know your second question.

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Questions: Should we consider an instant run-off system instead of having a separate run-off election if no answer gets >50% support?

Separate would be better so we would know what the real options are for the vote but that's just my opinion.

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Questions: Any suggestions or comments on a better way to proceed for major votes besides using meta-votes?


I think meta-votes are definitely necessary.  More feedback after dinner tomorrow.

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September 29, 2015, 05:31:58 AM
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Vote to get Bitcoin-sCrypt listed on Cryptopia.  There are over 100 coins listed for voting and Bitcoin-sCrypt is one of the top coins (#1 in weekly user votes).  We only get one user vote per day so log in and vote when you get a chance.

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting

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September 29, 2015, 07:01:36 AM
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hello smokeasy, how to be:
Bitcoin Scrypt (BTCS) or correct name be Bitcoin sCrypt (BTCS)?

on site http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-scrypt/ full coin name is Bitcoin Scrypt...

It is the same?
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hello smokeasy, how to be:
Bitcoin Scrypt (BTCS) or correct name be Bitcoin sCrypt (BTCS)?

on site http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-scrypt/ full coin name is Bitcoin Scrypt...

It is the same?

It is mostly referred to as Bitcoin sCrypt but it is not required and some refer to it as Bitcoin Scrypt. 

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September 29, 2015, 02:17:07 PM
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How about doing a pre-voting for a few names as a poll using this thread and take the finalists to the actual block-chain based vote?

BTW- I have 200 BTCs buried on Minpal for 18 months now (Blast from the past Smiley)
http://45.55.216.92:3001/tx/0f03ed6ff1c8bb373d0ccb272d041c5fea2f60e8c3d5b756d5dbd0119e7775b0
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Questions:  Is once-a-month voting too frequent or not frequent enough?  Should Bitcoin-sCrypt coordinate with Bitcoin-core re voting?

I thought voting every two weeks was too often.  Once a month might be ok but we should not vote just to vote.  We should have things worth voting for.

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September 29, 2015, 04:31:41 PM
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How about doing a pre-voting for a few names as a poll using this thread and take the finalists to the actual block-chain based vote?

BTW- I have 200 BTCs buried on Minpal for 18 months now (Blast from the past Smiley)
http://45.55.216.92:3001/tx/0f03ed6ff1c8bb373d0ccb272d041c5fea2f60e8c3d5b756d5dbd0119e7775b0


I like that idea.  Maybe after the name meta-vote in case the vote fails and becomes a moot point.

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Questions:  Is once-a-month voting too frequent or not frequent enough?  Should Bitcoin-sCrypt coordinate with Bitcoin-core re voting?

I thought voting every two weeks was too often.  Once a month might be ok but we should not vote just to vote.  We should have things worth voting for.

Forgot to answer second question.  Yes we should coordinate with Bitcoin core because it could give Bitcoin Scrypt more publicity.

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Questions:  Any other suggestions on a process or methodology to allow users to submit questions for the community to vote on (instead of giving developers sole discretion on what questions are presented to the community)?

Trick question?  Definitely allow us to suggest questions to be voted on.  I like the idea of listing them here.

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This is tricky.  Need to think on this one.

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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

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September 29, 2015, 11:34:41 PM
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How about doing a pre-voting for a few names as a poll using this thread and take the finalists to the actual block-chain based vote?

BTW- I have 200 BTCs buried on Minpal for 18 months now (Blast from the past Smiley)
http://45.55.216.92:3001/tx/0f03ed6ff1c8bb373d0ccb272d041c5fea2f60e8c3d5b756d5dbd0119e7775b0


That's a good idea.  We will look into a pre-poll.


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I thought voting every two weeks was too often.  Once a month might be ok but we should not vote just to vote.  We should have things worth voting for.

Forgot to answer second question.  Yes we should coordinate with Bitcoin core because it could give Bitcoin Scrypt more publicity.

It could.

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September 29, 2015, 11:47:12 PM
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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

Cheers,

Mike

Very nice.  Thx Mike. 

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September 30, 2015, 12:37:51 AM
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How about doing a pre-voting for a few names as a poll using this thread and take the finalists to the actual block-chain based vote?

BTW- I have 200 BTCs buried on Minpal for 18 months now (Blast from the past Smiley)
http://45.55.216.92:3001/tx/0f03ed6ff1c8bb373d0ccb272d041c5fea2f60e8c3d5b756d5dbd0119e7775b0


This is a good idea.

I like bitvotecoin
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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

Cheers,

Mike

I was wondering who that was.  Good one!

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This mine is eagerly awaited
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This mine is eagerly awaited

And the hashrate has jumped around a lot too.

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I thought voting every two weeks was too often.  Once a month might be ok but we should not vote just to vote.  We should have things worth voting for.

Besides the first set of votes, voting every other week would be too much.

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Also, the voting block deadline will be announced within the next 24 hours, along with an infographic with instructions for first-time voters.

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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

Cheers,

Mike

It looks like we're in a close tie for second.  Everyone keep voting!!!

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I thought voting every two weeks was too often.  Once a month might be ok but we should not vote just to vote.  We should have things worth voting for.

Besides the first set of votes, voting every other week would be too much.

I'm glad you think so and I hope the community agrees.

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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

Cheers,

Mike

It looks like we're in a close tie for second.  Everyone keep voting!!!

Where did that BolivarCoin come out from???

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October 01, 2015, 07:56:32 AM
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The first CryptoVoter shareholder-style blockchain votes will happen in approximately 48-72 hours when we reach Bitcoin-sCrypt block 333,333 (the "voting deadline block").  As of this writing, the current Bitcoin-sCrypt block is 332,510 so the voting deadline block for the first vote is 823 blocks away and should happen sometime between Oct. 02 and Oct.04, 2015.
 
The first vote is whether or not to replace the current Bitcoin-sCrypt logo and replace it through a logo contest.  This vote was set up as an initial test vote, as it is widely expected that the community will vote to replace the old logo.
 
We also created an infographic to show how easy it is to vote in just three steps:
 (1) Download CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client v.1.10.1
 (2) Launch the voting client and cast your vote before Bitcoin-sCrypt voting block deadline 333,333
 (3) Wait until block 333,333 has been solved and added to the blockchain before moving your coins
     (*) Vote results can be found by using the voting client, the voting website or by searching with a Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain explorer.
 
Remember, for votes to count users must send coins to their voting address before the voting deadline block 333,333 and keep them there until that block has been solved and added to the blockchain.
 
We will announce final voting results after voting deadline block 333,333 has been solved, and collect feedback to tweak the second Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain vote scheduled for October 16, 2015, and repeat the process for the first Bitcoin-core blockchain vote scheduled for October 23, 2015.
 
Thanks and we are excited about holding the first official CryptoVoter shareholder-style blockchain vote to decentralize development by giving users a vote in development issues.
 
An explanatory infographic follows.

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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

Cheers,

Mike

It looks like we're in a close tie for second.  Everyone keep voting!!!

Where did that BolivarCoin come out from???


VanillaCoin is making a run at it too.  We need the community to keep on voting on Cryptopia.

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Wonderful job with the graphic. I like it  Wink
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I like the graphic too.  Good job of showing how to vote.  What block are we on now anyway?

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Found the answer.  We are on block number 332735 so the first vote is 598 blocks away.

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October 01, 2015, 06:45:38 PM
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Thanks guys.  I am planning to use that as the template for future 48 voting deadline block notices. 

I hope it encourages more people to vote.

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The ride was nice, you may hold the promise of good.  Wink
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October 01, 2015, 07:25:18 PM
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Hi all,

Have put some DOT votes on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
I hope we get onto this exchange.

Cheers,

Mike

It looks like we're in a close tie for second.  Everyone keep voting!!!

Where did that BolivarCoin come out from???

The race is oh so close.  Keep voting guys!!!

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I have some DOT and will use them at the end of the week if it makes a difference to the outcome  Grin
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we keep edging ahead but barely, need more BTCS community members to vote and add their support in the cryptopia chat Smiley
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October 02, 2015, 04:10:49 PM
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Reminder that first BTCS blockchain vote is today. 

The voting block deadline is block 333333 and we are currently at block 333173 so about 160 blocks left to vote!
 
http://btcs-voter.com

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we keep edging ahead but barely, need more BTCS community members to vote and add their support in the cryptopia chat Smiley

Good idea.  Keep voting and join cryptopia chat to help spread the word guys.

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Bitcoin-sCrypt Giveaway thread posted on CryptoCoinTalk.  Free Bitcoin-sCrypt for just posting your BTCS address.

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/42080-bitcoin-scrypt-giveaway-free-coins-just-post-your-btcs-address-limited/

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To celebrate the first official Bitcoin-sCrypt Blockchain Vote, I wanted to giveaway some Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) to everyone that posts their Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) address.  Limited supply.
 
Just post your address to get some BTCS.  Limit one giveaway per user.
 
Download the wallet from the official site:  http://bitcoinscrypt.co
 
Original Announcement OP:  https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/
 
Currently on C-CEX exchange (http://c-cex.com).
 
VOTE to have Bitcoin-sCrypt added to Cryptopia Exchange (not necessary to participate in giveaway but would be nice!)
 
Check out their voting websites too: 
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voting block 333333 solved.  voting results???
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October 03, 2015, 03:09:53 AM
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voting block 333333 solved.  voting results???

New logo wins!  98%  Old logo was pretty ugly

http://btcs-voter.com

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voting block 333333 solved.  voting results???

New logo wins!  98%  Old logo was pretty ugly

http://btcs-voter.com

Voting for new logo will be fun.  Set a reward in BTCS now and when price go up, many many logo submissions will come.
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voting block 333333 solved.  voting results???

New logo wins!  98%  Old logo was pretty ugly

http://btcs-voter.com

Voting for new logo will be fun.  Set a reward in BTCS now and when price go up, many many logo submissions will come.

How would that work exactly?  Would it be a bounty-based logo contest?

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voting block 333333 solved.  voting results???

New logo wins!  98%  Old logo was pretty ugly

http://btcs-voter.com

Voting for new logo will be fun.  Set a reward in BTCS now and when price go up, many many logo submissions will come.

How would that work exactly?  Would it be a bounty-based logo contest?

Bounty is normal way
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And do not stop the voting on Cryptopia! 

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting
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And do not stop the voting on Cryptopia! 

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting

Nailbitter!  Keep voting everyone!

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And reminder that there is a Bitcoin-sCrypt giveaway thread open! 


Bitcoin-sCrypt Giveaway thread posted on CryptoCoinTalk.  Free Bitcoin-sCrypt for just posting your BTCS address.

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/42080-bitcoin-scrypt-giveaway-free-coins-just-post-your-btcs-address-limited/

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To celebrate the first official Bitcoin-sCrypt Blockchain Vote, I wanted to giveaway some Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) to everyone that posts their Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) address.  Limited supply.
 
Just post your address to get some BTCS.  Limit one giveaway per user.
 
Download the wallet from the official site:  http://bitcoinscrypt.co
 
Original Announcement OP:  https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/
 
Currently on C-CEX exchange (http://c-cex.com).
 
VOTE to have Bitcoin-sCrypt added to Cryptopia Exchange (not necessary to participate in giveaway but would be nice!)
 
Check out their voting websites too: 
http://btcs-voter.com
http://cryptovoter.com

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October 04, 2015, 11:37:48 PM
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Vote to add Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) to Cryptopia.  Only a few hours left and BTCS is in a close race.  Go vote asap.  Thx.
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting

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Vote to add Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) to Cryptopia.  Only a few hours left and BTCS is in a close race.  Go vote asap.  Thx.
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting

7 hrs to go and BTCS edged back into the lead! Smiley go vote, it'll be close  Shocked every vote counts.
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Vote to add Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) to Cryptopia.  Only a few hours left and BTCS is in a close race.  Go vote asap.  Thx.
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting

7 hrs to go and BTCS edged back into the lead! Smiley go vote, it'll be close  Shocked every vote counts.

Wow.  A 1 vote difference.  Go vote if you have not yet.

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Vote to add Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) to Cryptopia.  Only a few hours left and BTCS is in a close race.  Go vote asap.  Thx.
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting

7 hrs to go and BTCS edged back into the lead! Smiley go vote, it'll be close  Shocked every vote counts.

Wow.  A 1 vote difference.  Go vote if you have not yet.

well under an hour and BTCS lost the lead, if you where going to vote please vote now Smiley
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Hello, I have been watching the voting and I couldn't bear to watch us loosing nearing the end so I used my DOT votes as I said I would earlier.
So now we should get to be on the exchange  Smiley
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Hello, I have been watching the voting and I couldn't bear to watch us loosing nearing the end so I used my DOT votes as I said I would earlier.
So now we should get to be on the exchange  Smiley

cool, so it was you who got us across the line in the dying seconds  Smiley Thankyou  Grin
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Hello, I have been watching the voting and I couldn't bear to watch us loosing nearing the end so I used my DOT votes as I said I would earlier.
So now we should get to be on the exchange  Smiley

thx lemming! 

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October 05, 2015, 05:21:19 PM
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Community,
 
We have two pieces of fantastic news to share with the community!
 
First, the first official Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain vote this past weekend was held successfully with no known issues or hang-ups.  On the question of whether to change the current Bitcoin-sCrypt logo and replace it with bounty-driven logo contest won by a wide-margin of 98% voting to change the logo, while less than 2% voted to keep it as is.
 
Second, Bitcoin-sCrypt won the coin voting to be added to the Cryptopia exchange this past weekend.  Voting was extremely close with it everything coming down to the final few minutes.  Thanks to everyone that helped make it happen.
 
We are pleased to be added to Cryptopia because that exchange has a very active community and, notably, incorporates a novel altcoin tipping bot through its chat system.  Additionally, Cryptopia provides other altcoin hosting services, such as mining services, blockchain explorers and altcoin marketplace, so we are excited to be join Cryptopia and we encourage everyone to join too.
 
The next Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain vote scheduled for October 16, 2015, is expected to be the most controversial to-date, as Bitcoin-sCrypt coin-holders will vote on whether or not to rebrand Bitcoin-sCrypt by changing its name and adopting a new identity entirely.
 
While the third Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain vote was initially intended to allow the users to decide whether to change Bitcoin-sCrypt’s coin code, that vote will now be pushed back to allow the resolution of the name change vote first. 
 
Other user-submitted voting questions being considered for future blockchain voting include whether to: switch to proof-of-stake; adopt transaction anonymity; add multi-coin functionality to the wallet; and shift development to focus on mobile-based payment processing solutions.   
 
More exciting Bitcoin-sCrypt development news to come, but the next thing on our plate is to decide whether to change Bitcoin-sCrypt’s name through the next blockchain vote.



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October 06, 2015, 04:41:58 AM
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good job to everyone involved with bitcoin scrypt!
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October 07, 2015, 11:47:36 AM
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New exchange added to OP https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange

BTCS traded on a variety of base markets including BTC, LTC, FTC, DOT so please support.
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Bitcoin-sCrypt information on Cryptopia in CoinInfo is missing.
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The next blockchain vote is whether to change Bitcoin-sCrypt's official coin name and is scheduled for this Friday, October 16, 2015.

The voting block deadline is Bitcoin-sCrypt block # 339500, which should occur sometime between Oct 16, 2015, and Oct 18, 2015.

Voting is easy.  Just download the CryptoVoter-BTCS open-source voting client from http://btcs-voter.com and cast your vote using Bitcoin-sCrypt coins before the voting block deadline of BTCS block 339500.

An infographic with voting announcement details can be found below.

Also, the source-code and binaries for the Bitcoin-core CryptoVoter-BTC voting client will be released within 24 hours for the first Bitcoin-core blockchain vote on whether to increase the maximum blocksize, estimated for October 23, 2015.


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Just tried the crypto voter. This is actually amazing. Very well done!
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Just tried the crypto voter. This is actually amazing. Very well done!

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Voted- New name, new chapter 😀
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Less than 200 blocks until voting deadline.  Go Vote if you have not already!
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less than 10 blocks until name changing vote is over!
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Voted- New name, new chapter 😀

Yes!  New name, new chapter!

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Still no interest at all @ c-cex  Angry
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Uh oh!  Last minute vote to keep the name the same.

599e885bd7672f03cdf737ec620d04996209c6e6bb7e0c5dd737d1d812e13653
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Uh oh!  Last minute vote to keep the name the same.

599e885bd7672f03cdf737ec620d04996209c6e6bb7e0c5dd737d1d812e13653

Last minute vote trying to change outcome.

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Vote passed to change Bitcoin-sCrypt name.

68% to 32%. 


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Vote passed to change Bitcoin-sCrypt name.

68% to 32%. 



Yes.  Here are the official results:











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Updates...

The second set of blockchain votes with the Bitcoin-sCrypt altcoin (BTCS) executed flawlessly and we are ready to begin the first set of Bitcoin-core (BTC) blockchain votes on whether to increase the maximum blocksize.
 
BITCOIN-CORE (BTC) BLOCKCHAIN VOTING BEGINS AND SOURCE-CODE RELEASED
 
Let's start with the first set of Bitcoin-core blockchain votes on whether to increase the maximum blocksize.  This first BTC blockchain vote is an opportunity to showcase CryptoVoter's ability to measure consensus in decentralized manner using the blockchain and we encourage all interested parties to participate to help the concept grow.
 
The CryptoVoter-BTC voting client source-code and compile instructions have been released for public review and can be found at:  https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-BTC-Client
 
The first set of Bitcoin-core blockchain votes are slated to officially open up for voting on October 23, 2015 and will remain open until the voting block deadline of BTC block #382250, which should occur on November 6, 2015.  Detailed voting instructions will be released when voting begins on October 23, 2015.
 
BITCOIN-SCRYPT (BTC) BLOCKCHAIN VOTING
 
Below, please find the latest results for the last Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain vote on whether to change the official coin name.  Additionally, please find the voting schedule for the next set of Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain votes through the beginning of 2016.
 
Latest Bitcoin-sCrypt Blockchain Vote Results - Name Change Vote
 
After many years, the controversial issue of Bitcoin-sCrypt's official coin name has finally been put to rest.  After a final vote at BTCS block 339500, the community voted to change Bitcoin-sCrypt's official name with 68% in favor and 32% opposed.  As a result, the community will vote on the coin's new official name as provided below.
 
Next Set of Bitcoin-sCrypt Blockchain Votes
 
The next set of Bitcoin-sCrypt blockchain votes have been scheduled below (and can also be found at http://btcs-voter.com):
 
BTCS Blockchain Vote 3 [October 30, 2015] | Vote on whether to update the difficulty algo, as per http://bit.ly/btcs-vote3.
BTCS Blockchain Vote 4 [November 13, 2015] | Vote on new name for Bitcoin-sCrypt altcoin
BTCS Blockchain Vote 5 [December 11, 2015] | Vote on new coin code to represent new name
BTCS Blockchain Vote 6 [January 8, 2016] | Vote to declare winner of logo replacement contest
 
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Launch Announcement of CryptoVoter-BTC Voting Client and Voting Website.  First Blockchain Poll on Increasing the Blocksize in two weeks.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1217640

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The results for Blockchain Vote #3 are in and the proposal to change the re-targeting difficulty algorithm failed by a small margin with 53% voting against and 47% voting for.

Please see the attached infosheet for detailed results or visit http://btcs-voter.com.

Information for the next set of votes will be released shortly.

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I missed the vote. I know its my fault but a reminder a few days before would have been nice. Sad
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so change the name
what's the new name?

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I propose two names Smiley

BPM - bpm or bpmcoin

NANO - nano or nanocoin
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hi btcs members questions about specs.

1.  confirms received?
2.  confirms rewards?

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Repost from:  http://theotherbitcoin.com/bitcoin-scrypt-voting-and-development-november-announcement/
 
Development and Voting Update for November

We have two important announcements to make:
1. Expansion of Bitcoin-sCrypt development team.
2. Next set of blockchain votes to rebrand Bitcoin-sCrypt (e.g., new name, new coin code and new logo) have been scheduled.

1. New Addition to Bitcoin-sCrypt Development Team

We are excited to announce that the Bitcoin-sCrypt development team is expanding with the addition of developer Bitquark.  Bitquark was the lead developer of the Bitquark altcoin and has unofficially supported Bitcoin-sCrypt development in the past; most recently, with his work on updating the client source-code to include coin control functionality, which we plan to release after the name change vote.

Bitquark has been a strong supporter of our experiment to decentralize development by having users vote on development issues using the blockchain and we are very happy to have Bitquark on board.

2. Next set of blockchain Votes Scheduled

After discussions with the community, the next set of votes concerning the rebranding of Bitcoin-sCrypt via name and logo change are to be resumed and are scheduled as the next set of blockchain votes on CryptoVoter.

Specifically, Blockchain Vote #4 to decide the new official name of Bitcoin-sCrypt is scheduled to occur on or around December 4, 2015, with the approximate blockheight deadline of block 372,000.

We will be accepting potential names to be added to voting ballot for one week, until Nov. 23, 2015 (approximately 2 weeks before the actual name selection vote).  Potential names can be submitted on our official forum at CryptoCoinTalk on our main thread which can be found here:  https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/

Following the name change vote:

Blockchain Vote #5 on picking the coin’s new coin code will be scheduled for Friday, Dec. 18, 2015.

Blockchain Vote #6 on picking a winner for the coin’s logo contest will be scheduled for late January 2016 to provide enough time for entrants to submit entries.

After the rebranding blockchain votes have completed, the next set of votes will involve issues fundamental to the coin’s mining and development, such as whether to change from pure Proof-of-Work to pure Proof-of-Stake or a hybrid of the two and/or whether to change the mining algorithm from scrypt to keep it more asic resistant.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

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We will list potential names here that will be added to the ballot list of names to be selected as Bitcoin-sCrypt's new official name in the upcoming Blockchain Vote #4, scheduled for December 4, 2015 (as per the announcement found here:  http://theotherbitcoin.com/bitcoin-scrypt-voting-and-development-november-announcement/)

Potential new coin names:

1.  bpmcoin
2.  nanocoin
3.  scrypts
4.  blockchain votecoin
5.  bitvotecoin

We will accept additional name suggestions for one (1) week, until 11/23/2015.  Please post them here.  Thx.

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the only reason i support a name change is because I don't think it should remain scrypt algo, kinda hard to vote on things when so many are dependent on other outcomes, ie name in my mind is dependent on algo, logo is dependent on name etc

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my suggestions:

block vote - BV
block vote scrypts - BVS
vote block coin - VBC
secure block votes -SBV

btw anyone know qt wallet confirm count on received and confirms it takes before spending a mined block reward?

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btw anyone know qt wallet confirm count on received and confirms it takes before spending a mined block reward?

I believe it is 60 confirmations.

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Exactly 2 weeks ago I posted a suggestion that we should hold of on voting for the name (and branding) until we, as a community, decide how we want the coin to be defined going forward.
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/page-90?p=199966#entry199966
 
At the time, we received limited feedback so we decided to move forward with voting on a new name.
 
While a bit delayed, we are glad to now see the community put its voices together to really start discussing this issue.
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/
 
As such, we will be holding off on the name change vote and look forward to more community feedback to decide how best to proceed from here.
 
Finally, thanks to everyone for the kind words...they are really appreciated.  That said, don't worry about hurting anyone's feelings when suggesting solutions, as we all want what's best for the coin and will be similarly be neutral in evaluating everyone's comments for deciding how to move forward.
 
Again, I am glad (and a little relieved)  we are finally having this important discussion before deciding on the name change issue and appreciate everyone's participation in the discussion.
 
~Smokeasy

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Hmm, fired up the new client but it's doesn't connect.

Anyone who has some addnodes?
Is the config file still "bitcoin.conf"?
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Hello?
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Hmm, fired up the new client but it's doesn't connect.

Anyone who has some addnodes?
Is the config file still "bitcoin.conf"?

https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=btcs

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Smokeasy, wallet not sinchronized... where that failure?

last found block 15 days 21 hours ago... data from c-cex.  if not repair coin, coin remove from market.
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All ok.  Wallet synchronized. There is a pool -  cgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://92.63.109.179:3333 -u YOU_BTCS_ ADDRESS -p x
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has someone killed this coin within a week as my coins are stuck between transfer unconfirmed and last block was seen 20th of jan. what's going on?

Sneaking around in shadows,lurking like a Gollum
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any new for this coin? i see btcs still in trading but qt and nodes not work.
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Blockchain makes beep again
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any new for this coin? i see btcs still in trading but qt and nodes not work.

patience things are slowly being worked on.
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I've added BTCS to http://coincave.nl miningpool this morning. I'll see if I can also get a blockexplorer running within the next few days  Grin

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I've added BTCS to http://coincave.nl miningpool this morning. I'll see if I can also get a blockexplorer running within the next few days  Grin

excellent. i can see some1 mining now.
good job
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I've added BTCS to http://coincave.nl miningpool this morning. I'll see if I can also get a blockexplorer running within the next few days  Grin

excellent. i can see some1 mining now.
good job

You're welcome  Grin I am currently working on getting a blockexplorer synced, this will take a while to index all transactions.
EDIT: Indexing of the blockexplorer has finished, latest marketprice is taken from Cryptopia. You can find the BTCS blockexplorer at:

http://coincave.nl:3603

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Hello Dev!  What news in BTCS, because for a long time it was a light bulb without light
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Friends! Support your BTCS...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1948108.msg21058883#msg21058883

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Is it worth buying Bitcoin Scrypt?
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There is no answer from anyone .. nothing interesting.  ... the still life was ordinary, it is a dead, completely dead nature.  ... coins of a variety of geometric shapes and colors.
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whats up with this coin?
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whats up with this coin?

Not much.

But there is a 102 pages long thread on another forum:
https://cryptocurrencytalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/?page=102

The coin is listed on two decent exchanges. C-Cex and cryptopia. There is active developers, but they don't communicate much and seem to be very slow. At the current price btcs is a probably a good buy. It got the potential to go up 100x, even though it is unlikely.
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whats up with this coin?


Moving high now...chasing btc Grin

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We Are Building A Universal Digital Currency Platform
Our goal is to enable users to engage in the digital currency ecosystem through one point of access - our universal digital currency platform. Bitcoin Shop, Inc. ("BTCS") is an early mover in the digital currency ecosystem and one of the first U.S. publicly traded companies in the space. As a firm believer in the blockchain technology, we offer various solutions including Bitcoin Shop - our ecommerce store which accepts a variety of digital currencies, BTCS Wallet - our secure storage solution and more. We deliver each solution by leveraging innovative technologies. We also leverage the services offered by our strategic partners. To date we have made investments in and partnered with 4 key digital currency companies including: GoCoin, Gem, Expresscoin, and Coin Outlet.

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Anybody here? Mr ceo pls get this btcs going to be listed  at bittrex...so the true value can prevail. This should be above usd500...not 1 cent as of now. Even fuck coin worth more than with more than that. ( Pls Google fuck coin really exist at coinmarketcap).

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Anybody here? Mr ceo pls get this btcs going to be listed  at bittrex...so the true value can prevail. This should be above usd500...not 1 cent as of now. Even fuck coin worth more than with more than that. ( Pls Google fuck coin really exist at coinmarketcap).

One of the devs posted in the thread on cryptocointalk this week. In the thread I posted a link to:

https://cryptocurrencytalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/?page=103
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Anybody here? Mr ceo pls get this btcs going to be listed  at bittrex...so the true value can prevail. This should be above usd500...not 1 cent as of now. Even fuck coin worth more than with more than that. ( Pls Google fuck coin really exist at coinmarketcap).

One of the devs posted in the thread on cryptocointalk this week. In the thread I posted a link to:

https://cryptocurrencytalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/?page=103

Thanks for the info.

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any mining pool even a block explorer?
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any mining pool even a block explorer?


pool - http://btcs.coincave.nl/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

explorer - https://prohashing.com/explorer/BitcoinScrypt/
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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-signs-non-binding-letter-130500273.html?.tsrc=rss                                                                                                                                                                 https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-strengthens-board-appointment-131700649.html?.tsrc=rss                                                                                                                                                         https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-announces-letter-shareholders-ceo-132700224.html?.tsrc=rss   ...           a coin needs pushes 
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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-signs-non-binding-letter-130500273.html?.tsrc=rss                                                                                                                                                                 https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-strengthens-board-appointment-131700649.html?.tsrc=rss                                                                                                                                                         https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-announces-letter-shareholders-ceo-132700224.html?.tsrc=rss   ...           a coin needs pushes  

Great success, now go promote it Smiley

Also i found this message on another forum

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The community and myself have been actively looking for some devs to help with transitioning the coin from PoW to PoS/PoS-PoW Hybrid.  We believe moving to Proof of Stake (or a hybrid thereof) is what Bitcoin-sCrypt needs to take it to the next step.
 
In the interim, we are making sure the the blockchain keeps moving.
 
We welcome any and all support to make this happen.

Is it an legit message from dev's?

Got some (extra) coins today Smiley
Hope to hear from you soon.
Nice to see the project still going.

Greetings Aragorg


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SCAM ALLERT

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SCAM ALLERT

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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-signs-non-binding-letter-130500273.html?.tsrc=rss                                                                                                                                                                 https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-strengthens-board-appointment-131700649.html?.tsrc=rss                                                                                                                                                         https://finance.yahoo.com/news/btcs-announces-letter-shareholders-ceo-132700224.html?.tsrc=rss   ...           a coin needs pushes 

no that has nothing to do with Bitcoin Scrypt  Roll Eyes
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Also i found this message on another forum

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The community and myself have been actively looking for some devs to help with transitioning the coin from PoW to PoS/PoS-PoW Hybrid.  We believe moving to Proof of Stake (or a hybrid thereof) is what Bitcoin-sCrypt needs to take it to the next step.
 
In the interim, we are making sure the the blockchain keeps moving.
 
We welcome any and all support to make this happen.

Is it an legit message from dev's?

Got some (extra) coins today Smiley
Hope to hear from you soon.
Nice to see the project still going.

Greetings Aragorg



yes that is a legit message from one of the devs Smiley
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Also i found this message on another forum

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The community and myself have been actively looking for some devs to help with transitioning the coin from PoW to PoS/PoS-PoW Hybrid.  We believe moving to Proof of Stake (or a hybrid thereof) is what Bitcoin-sCrypt needs to take it to the next step.
 
In the interim, we are making sure the the blockchain keeps moving.
 
We welcome any and all support to make this happen.

Is it an legit message from dev's?

Got some (extra) coins today Smiley
Hope to hear from you soon.
Nice to see the project still going.

Greetings Aragorg



yes that is a legit message from one of the devs Smiley
            Hi, Smokeasy, I hope Bitcoin Scrypt in the grid   https://blog.bitmex.com/initial-coin-offerings-icos-a-complex-web/
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you, (BTCS) that asiki mining and then all merge!  "," Market capitalization "is growing at $ 183,500 - $ 200.00, and then down - $ 150,000, the difference is $ 50,000, and again around - you're kidding !?
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is the a masternode option for this coin?
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Hello! is there Dev? block chain hung again ((
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not synchronized purse v1.4.0.0-smokeasy-BTCSCRYPT, 0 connections
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need a purse BTCS
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not synchronized purse v1.4.0.0-smokeasy-BTCSCRYPT, 0 connections

If you look up coins on cryptopia, they always list their connected nodes:

addnode=51.15.53.211:30201
addnode=45.55.216.92:30201

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTCS

Create a .conf file and add those.
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not synchronized purse v1.4.0.0-smokeasy-BTCSCRYPT, 0 connections

If you look up coins on cryptopia, they always list their connected nodes:

addnode=51.15.53.211:30201
addnode=45.55.216.92:30201

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTCS

Create a .conf file and add those.
         thanks, buddy. But still the purse requires an update Smiley
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not synchronized purse v1.4.0.0-smokeasy-BTCSCRYPT, 0 connections

If you look up coins on cryptopia, they always list their connected nodes:

addnode=51.15.53.211:30201
addnode=45.55.216.92:30201

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTCS

Create a .conf file and add those.
         thanks, buddy. But still the purse requires an update Smiley

Yes. No doubt about that.  Smiley
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October 24, 2017, 10:21:19 PM
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created 2 tweets Smiley

https://twitter.com/ShroommaNL/status/922944843483054084

also please react on this last one, if the story is true.

https://twitter.com/ShroommaNL/status/922950078557499392

Greetings Aragorg




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I expect to be right BTCS500 $
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I thought there was a bitcoin scrypt way back in 2012/13 era. Is this the same coin?
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BTCS, while there is no growth, investor it is unnecessary, small Market Cap $ 244,272 38 BTC
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Looks promissing!
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I thought there was a bitcoin scrypt way back in 2012/13 era. Is this the same coin?

This is the old coin. Not much going on, but it is trading on cryptopia and c-cex.
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not synchronized purse v1.4.0.0-smokeasy-BTCSCRYPT, 0 connections

If you look up coins on cryptopia, they always list their connected nodes:

addnode=51.15.53.211:30201
addnode=45.55.216.92:30201

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTCS

Create a .conf file and add those.
         thanks, buddy. But still the purse requires an update Smiley

Yes. No doubt about that.  Smiley

I download the wallet and create bitcoin.conf in %appdata% /... with the config :

rpcuser=username ( name)
rpcpassword=password (mypass)
rpcallowip=localhost
rpcport=30200
addnode=104.131.186.185
addnode=45.55.216.92

and add nodes from crystopia but the wallet no sync...what ups?
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if you need spanish translate, let me know

yes  Undecided but my wallet no sync, can help me? Huh
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if you need spanish translate, let me know

yes  Undecided but my wallet no sync, can help me? Huh

Edit. Didn't read your first post.

You also add the nodes from c-cex: https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=btcs

Edit2: The filename of your .conf file is most likely not bitcoin.conf. It should probably have the same as the the folder. I don't have the wallet installed on this pc so I can't check.
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if you need spanish translate, let me know

yes  Undecided but my wallet no sync, can help me? Huh

Edit. Didn't read your first post.

You also add the nodes from c-cex: https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=btcs

Edit2: The filename of your .conf file is most likely not bitcoin.conf. It should probably have the same as the the folder. I don't have the wallet installed on this pc so I can't check.

thanks !!!! Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

other question ,im total noob :

rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=localhost
rpcport=30200
addnode=104.131.186.185
addnode=45.55.216.92

in "username" I write my username and "password" my pass and "localhost" my ip?Huh

the wallet must be easy for the people ,download and go,no copy paste noddes I think  Undecided Undecided
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Is it a project that is resuscitating or just a little pump?

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December 05, 2017, 07:55:37 PM
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Is it a project that is resuscitating or just a little pump?

This project first started on Cryptocurrencytalk forum.
There has been recent activity there, by dev's and community.

Been tweeting about it a while ago, https://twitter.com/ShroommaNL/status/913213417627975680

Maybe that is the cause.
Been holding this for a while Smiley Glad to see it going up!

Greetings Aragorg

https://cryptocurrencytalk.com/topic/1169-bitcoin-scrypt-btcs-information/?page=105

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block explorer is up and syncing: http://btcs.altcoinwarz.com

Discord invite for everyone to join  https://discord.gg/EAXdR8j

current list of peers, and other BTCS information can be found at http://altcoinwarz.com/cgi-bin/coin-info.cgi?BTCS
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Quote

other question ,im total noob :

rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=localhost
rpcport=30200
addnode=104.131.186.185
addnode=45.55.216.92

in "username" I write my username and "password" my pass and "localhost" my ip?Huh

the wallet must be easy for the people ,download and go,no copy paste noddes I think  Undecided Undecided
Agree about raw wallet. Hope the developers will correct this, including the other:
1. It conflicts with bitcoin wallet (If I specify "run when windows starts" settings, then the bitcoin wallet stop auto-starting and vice versa.
2. Data files are copied to the %appdata% and I can not find how to change it. Need they will be intalled to the directory I specified.

By the way, you do not need to specify as much data to the bitcoin.conf untill you are not going to do local mining through rpc. It is worthwhile to specify only nodes listed on the official site:
addnode = 104.131.186.185
addnode = 45.55.216.92
addnode = 203.20.114.252
addnode = 192.81.216.69
addnode = 185.8.166.94
addnode = 195.181.208.162

P.S. Mined today 10 blocks for future. Hope you guys you increase your shitcoin Grin
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Bitcoin Scryp, finally a revival, $ 500 good price as a project and a coin  Smiley
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Bitcoin Scryp, finally a revival, $ 500 good price as a project and a coin  Smiley

500$ or 500 satoshi?  Tongue

500$ would be nice, but i really don't thing that is possible. The current price is: $0.085436 USD (70.19%).

Its not unlikly that we can see atleast $1. That's only 11,7x from the current price.
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It's good to see that it has been updated after so long!
https://twitter.com/theotherbitcoin/status/940992756805115904

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Bitcoin-sCrypt revival has officially begun.

More details can be found here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2579150.new#new

tldr; new bitcoin-scrypt dev team with plans to migrate to POW/POS hybrid

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Right now, at what stage is your project?
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Right now, at what stage is your project?

we started a discord channel a few days ago (80+ member now).

we put together a new dev team to lead the revival.

we are discussing the best POS APR atm.


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Right now, at what stage is your project?

we started a discord channel a few days ago (80+ member now).

we put together a new dev team to lead the revival.

we are discussing the best POS APR atm.



Here is the link to the discord channel:
https://discord.gg/EAXdR8j

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Antietrader has put together some new BTCS logos to use.
 

You can check them out on our Discord Channel:  https://discord.gg/EAXdR8j
 

We have over 80 people who have joined the Bitcoin-sCrypt discord channel

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Antietrader has put together some new BTCS logos to use.
 

You can check them out on our Discord Channel:  https://discord.gg/EAXdR8j
 

We have over 80 people who have joined the Bitcoin-sCrypt discord channel

Wow- NOW BTCS will jump to $20 soon because of very less circulating supply- 16,483,650 BTCS--100%
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December 18, 2017, 07:35:26 PM
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Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) briefly mentioned in front page of Houston Chronicle Sunday print edition:

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/article/Bitcoin-buyers-see-cryptocurrency-in-their-12434491.php

Houston Chronicle is third-largest newspaper in the USA.

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December 20, 2017, 12:43:26 AM
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Win BTCS:  Bitcoin-sCrypt now has an online quiz.  Get questions right to win free BTCS.

https://coinbrakers.weebly.com/bitcoin-scrypt.html

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Win BTCS:  Bitcoin-sCrypt now has an online quiz.  Get questions right to win free BTCS.

https://coinbrakers.weebly.com/bitcoin-scrypt.html

Thank you for the link you provided, I hope with the presence of this coin, can add to the crypto currency market, and the newcomers in the world crypto prefer this coin rather than bother to pursue bitcoin more difficult and expensive in its fee.

just hope available at coinsmarkets soon Cheesy
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Good luck with the revival, I bought this coin back in 2014  Smiley
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January 03, 2018, 04:23:12 PM
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We just created a Bitcoin-sCrypt telegram channel for all the crypto people on Telegram:

https://t.me/BitcoinScryptOfficial

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Also, an official Roadmap for the Revival of Bitcoin-sCrypt should be released in the coming weeks.

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The wallet is syncing but keeps getting stuck on block 484506 (21 hours ago).  Embarrassed

Currently 4 active connections are found, I'm using Wallet v1.4.0

Any solutions?
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Weird it's still saying "out of sync", but according to the block explorer 484506 is the last found block so what's wrong with the block chain or wallet?

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Weird it's still saying "out of sync", but according to the block explorer 484506 is the last found block so what's wrong with the block chain or wallet?



Sometimes the blocks get "stuck" after asic miners jump on and raise the difficulty and then jump off leaving the other mining pools to bring the difficulty back down so blocks can be found.

This has been a known issue for Bitcoin-sCrypt since the last client update over 2 years ago.

Fortunately, we have a new dev team on board and they are working on adding Komoto Gravity Well to help with mining difficulty issue. 

This will be the first update to the Bitcoin-sCrypt client since 2015. 

Exciting times ahead!

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Weird it's still saying "out of sync", but according to the block explorer 484506 is the last found block so what's wrong with the block chain or wallet?



Sometimes the blocks get "stuck" after asic miners jump on and raise the difficulty and then jump off leaving the other mining pools to bring the difficulty back down so blocks can be found.

This has been a known issue for Bitcoin-sCrypt since the last client update over 2 years ago.

Fortunately, we have a new dev team on board and they are working on adding Komoto Gravity Well to help with mining difficulty issue. 

This will be the first update to the Bitcoin-sCrypt client since 2015. 

Exciting times ahead!

Thanks for the explanation, I'll try syncing the wallet again. It still has some coins I got back in 2014  Smiley
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Good luck with the revival dear Dev team  Cheesy
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January 05, 2018, 04:11:36 PM
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Is this the official thread or there is a new one? You people need to dream really big. I really like it how BTCS managed to keep up with the BTC supply. The most important first step is to make sure that mining BTCs is more profitable than mining LTC.
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There is a new thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2579150

We will update the OP accordingly.

Next client update will include an update of the mining difficulty retargeting algo to Komoto Gravity Well (or something similar) to make mining BTCS more competitive against LTC.

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January 14, 2018, 03:53:56 AM
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I sold all my btcs in normal trading, but this coin is only pumping, just have a question, will this pump be ended soon to allow us to purchase our btcs back?

Consider Donations: BTC 17ox7CoDkfwM9bpTXvnhH1YJAy1Cproa7D - Has any whale the power to donate a penny by considering 1000BTC=$1? (Consider "penny")
ETH:: 0xa0ad5e0e8fc86a8440992ad57b201fadefbaf595 (Not for whales, but for crypto lovers to donate me eth or tokens)
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January 14, 2018, 09:04:37 PM
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So we old investors are out of the game. Hope you whales will eat these tokens. I was regretting because I sold my btcs tokens at 2000 sat. but now eat your tokens and good luck.


Pump started, buy now. Price target 10000 sat

Consider Donations: BTC 17ox7CoDkfwM9bpTXvnhH1YJAy1Cproa7D - Has any whale the power to donate a penny by considering 1000BTC=$1? (Consider "penny")
ETH:: 0xa0ad5e0e8fc86a8440992ad57b201fadefbaf595 (Not for whales, but for crypto lovers to donate me eth or tokens)
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Major update:  We are pre-releasing our first client update since 2015 today...along with our announcement about our upcoming Roadmap for reviving Bitcoin-sCrypt.

More info can be found at:  http://theotherbitcoin.com

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This coin is going nowhere. I have followed this coin sinds 2014 and had a lot of them and glad I sold them for real coins.
12 pages on bitcointalk sinds sept. 2015 and 14k of USD trading volume a day, this is a joke and 31 cents a coin is even a fake price in only one exchange...
Coins was abandoned a long time ago. Do not invest in this sh*tcoin
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January 20, 2018, 01:16:47 PM
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To Dev Team

I like the idea of it.

If I understand correctly, this is basically bitcoin but using Scrypt Hash instead of SHA-256. I think this brings many advantages and makes the coin very interesting. It's basically much more energy efficient and allows anybody to mine it using normal hardware. I think this makes it quite interesting. Also I guess transaction speed and network capacity would not be a problem for the forseeable future.

I am interested in the project and would like to contribute. Being a marketing professional I could help to present the coin in a better way, create website and other tools to create a professional look and communication.

Would this be something I can help with?

Best regards,

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Trading volume can grow only if coin could be listed on other exchanges

This coin is going nowhere. I have followed this coin sinds 2014 and had a lot of them and glad I sold them for real coins.
12 pages on bitcointalk sinds sept. 2015 and 14k of USD trading volume a day, this is a joke and 31 cents a coin is even a fake price in only one exchange...
Coins was abandoned a long time ago. Do not invest in this sh*tcoin
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This coin is going nowhere. I have followed this coin sinds 2014 and had a lot of them and glad I sold them for real coins.
12 pages on bitcointalk sinds sept. 2015 and 14k of USD trading volume a day, this is a joke and 31 cents a coin is even a fake price in only one exchange...
Coins was abandoned a long time ago. Do not invest in this sh*tcoin

Spidersbox has taken over development of Bitcoin-Scrypt.  They released a Roadmap recently.  They are reviving the coin.  Thank you.
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The first page of this thread could really use a clean up. There are many dead links, where are the working pools. Image links need to be upgraded with the new logo.

With some hard work and a great team, this could be the next litecoin!
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Announcements | Official Website | Official Forums | Twitter | Facebook | Google+


Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) CryptoVoter LAUNCH

First Coin to Decentralize Development thru
CryptoVoter’s Shareholder-style Blockchain Voting

- as featured in techcrunch -



BTCS Voting Website | CryptoVoter Website | BTC Voting Website



Latest Clients (downloads and source-codes below):
Wallet Client: Bitcoin-sCrypt v.1.4.0
Voting Client: CryptoVoter-BTCS v.1.10.1










Bitcoin-sCrypt - CryptoVoter

After over a year and a half of development by self-funding (and refusing to prefund vaporware with an ICO or premine) the CryptoVoter development team has developed an open-source shareholder-style blockchain voting client and Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) will be first cryptocoin to use CryptoVoter’s blockchain voting client to decentralize crypto development.

CryptoVoter’s new and unique blockchain voting system was recently featured in techcrunch and CryptoCoinNews.

The community will guide development on future cryptocoin features.  Pulling features instead of pushing them.   This is the future of cryptocoin development.  Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) will lead the way.

The open-source voting client has been developed and alpha-tested.

No vaporware.  No ICO’s.  No pre-mines.   Real software.  Real voting.  Real decentralization.

Shareholder-style blockchain voting is here.  Decentralized cryptocoin governance is now.

Welcome to Altcoins 2.0.



Bitcoin-sCrypt – Decentralized Development


While the original Bitcoin (BTC) provides decentralized transaction exchange and confirmation, development follows a centralized top-down model.  Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) development is committed to decentralizing development by having users vote on development issues with vote weight based on coin ownership percentages, just like shareholder voting in a corporation.   What’s more, Bitcoin-sCrypt users can propose items to be voted on so Bitcoin-sCrypt development is truly community-driven.

Future votes include whether to change the mining algo to become more asic resistant, whether to switch to a hybrid or a pure Proof-of-Stake system; whether to adopt anonymity features; whether to increase the blocksize; and whether to adopt new cryptocoin features and functionality, as proposed by the coin-holders themselves.


How Voting Works:

Users can cast votes manually, or use the CryptoVoter voting client to automatically cast votes, by creating vanity Bitcoin voting addresses in the user’s own wallet to allow them to send coins from one address in their wallet to another address in the same wallet by a designated blockheight deadline to publicly register votes.  Voters never give up control of their private keys before, during or after votes.  At the designated voting blockheight deadline (which is announced 48-72 hours before the estimated voting deadline), all non-zero balances of matching vanity Bitcoin voting addresses are tallied to count votes and can be independently counted by anyone using a blockchain explorer.  

An infographic explaining how it works can be found here.




How to Vote:

To automatically cast a vote, download the CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client and launch the client to get the latest voting question and answer choices.  You can also view past vote results and future voting questions in the client.

To manually cast a vote, visit http://btcs-voter.com to get the latest voting question and manual voting instructions.  You can also view past vote results and future voting questions on the website.




Specifications:


  • Release date: September 8, 2013 [No premine]
  • Mining Algo:  Scrypt POW
  • Block reward: 25 coins per block  (prior to halving:  50 coins per block)
  • Block generation: 2 minutes
  • Difficulty Retargets using nTargetTimespan = 60 * 60; nTargetSpacing=2*60; nInterval = nTargetTimespan/nTargetSpacing
  • Estimated 21 Million Max Coins
  • Development Driven by Shareholder-Style Blockchain Voting (CryptoVoter)



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DOWNLOADS AND SOURCECODES:


BITCOIN-SCRYPT WALLET SOFTWARE v.1.4.0 CRYPTOVOTER-BTCS VOTING SOFTWARE v.1.10.1  ...............................................................................
[CLIENT]Latest Bitcoin-sCrypt wallet client binaries for Windows, Linux and Mac can be found here: http://bitcoinscrypt.co/#walletclientdownloads [CLIENT] Latest CryptoVoter-BTCS Voting client binaries for Windows and Linux can be found here: http://btcs-voter.com/download  ...............................................................................
[SOURCE] Source-code can be found here: https://github.com/bitcoin-scrypt/bitcoin-scrypt.git [SOURCE] Source-code can be found here: https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-Client  ...............................................................................
[LINUX COMPILE] Bitcoin-sCrypt wallet client Linux compile instructions can be found here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/41433-how-to-compile-bitcoin-scrypt-v140-on-linux[LINUX COMPILE] CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client Linux compile instructions can be found here: https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-Client/blob/master/COMPILE.ubuntu  ...............................................................................
[WINDOWS COMPILE] Bitcoin-sCrypt wallet client Windows Gitian deterministic build compile instructions can be found here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/41434-how-to-compile-bitcoin-scrypt-v140-for-windows-gitian [WINDOWS COMPILE] CryptoVoter-BTCS voting client Windows compile instructions can be found here: https://github.com/CryptoVoter-Client/CryptoVoter-Client/blob/master/COMPILE.windows  ...............................................................................



Bitcoin-sCrypt (BTCS) | CryptoVoter



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March 01, 2018, 10:16:12 PM
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Bitcoin-Silver was an ERC20 token that was recently created and does not seem to be listed on any exchanges anymore.

Bitcoin-sCrypt is a cryptocoin on its own native blockchain that was released in 2013.

We have no idea what happened to Bitcoin-Silver but Bitcoin-sCrypt will be around forever.

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March 06, 2018, 05:21:19 AM
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Bitcoin-Silver was an ERC20 token that was recently created and does not seem to be listed on any exchanges anymore.

Bitcoin-sCrypt is a cryptocoin on its own native blockchain that was released in 2013.

We have no idea what happened to Bitcoin-Silver but Bitcoin-sCrypt will be around forever.

I cant wait till the Government comes sues all you fucking asshole for these shit coins and ripping people off
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March 07, 2018, 07:18:20 PM
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Bitcoin-Silver was an ERC20 token that was recently created and does not seem to be listed on any exchanges anymore.

Bitcoin-sCrypt is a cryptocoin on its own native blockchain that was released in 2013.

We have no idea what happened to Bitcoin-Silver but Bitcoin-sCrypt will be around forever.

I cant wait till the Government comes sues all you fucking asshole for these shit coins and ripping people off

Where are you directing your anger to? How much did you lose?
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March 08, 2018, 12:29:11 AM
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Bitcoin-Silver was an ERC20 token that was recently created and does not seem to be listed on any exchanges anymore.

Bitcoin-sCrypt is a cryptocoin on its own native blockchain that was released in 2013.

We have no idea what happened to Bitcoin-Silver but Bitcoin-sCrypt will be around forever.

I cant wait till the Government comes sues all you fucking asshole for these shit coins and ripping people off

Bitcoin-sCrypt has been around since 2013 and hasn't ripped anyone off.

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March 08, 2018, 12:38:23 AM
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Bitcoin-Silver was an ERC20 token that was recently created and does not seem to be listed on any exchanges anymore.

Bitcoin-sCrypt is a cryptocoin on its own native blockchain that was released in 2013.

We have no idea what happened to Bitcoin-Silver but Bitcoin-sCrypt will be around forever.

I cant wait till the Government comes sues all you fucking asshole for these shit coins and ripping people off

Where are you directing your anger to? How much did you lose?

I believe he is angry at the Bitcoin-Silver devs/team for disappearing.

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March 15, 2018, 04:23:39 PM
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Community,

Now that we have successfully completed the first blockchain fork of the revival of Bitcoin-sCrypt, we are ready for the next set up updates.

As such, there will be a mandatory update for all BTCS clients on March 26 2018.

Accordingly, all clients must upgrade to v.1.7.0 before March 26, 2018.

We will notify the major exchanges and mining pools.

After this update, the next major update will involve the move over to the hybrid proof-of-stake algo.

https://bitcoinscrypt.io
https://theotherbitcoin.com


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March 15, 2018, 05:46:54 PM
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Is there any information available about the next hard fork? Pos parameters, will the cap stay at 21 million?
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