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Question: Should we raise the POS rate to get more coins and inflate it to lower the price to begin more trading of XDE2? If so what should the POS rate be? NOTE: IF WE RAISE THE POS, ITS ONLY UNTIL WE BEGIN TRADING WITH GOOD VOLUME.
YES!! POS TO BE 500%
YES POS TO BE 400%
YES POS TO BE 300%
YES POS TO BE 200%
YES POS TO BE 100%
NO!! LEAVE IT THE WAY IT IS.

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January 21, 2018, 04:22:28 PM
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Guys we are starting to show volume on the exchange. I think its time to lower the POS rate. We will issue a wallet soon to lower the POS back down to keep this coin rare , while adding some nice features.

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Does it mean that I cannot stake using your current available version 2.1.2.0 ?
This version is not connecting to XDE2 network. It shows "0 active connections". Any suggestion will be highly helpful.

You just need addnodes. create


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addnode=2002:55d6:9803::55d6:9803
addnode=85.214.152.3
addnode=213.108.119.84
addnode=81.169.251.126
addnode=38.242.18.30
addnode=98.146.162.121
addnode=38.242.18.30
addnode=46.17.150.149
addnode=96.233.49.167
addnode=2001:0:9d38:6ab8:83b:113f:9f12:665f
addnode=96.237.153.160
addnode=2001:0:9d38:953c:185c:3839:d90d:ede1
addnode=76.106.178.142
addnode=2601:343:c202:1900:bd2c:1e0a:c332:1bf5
addnode=74.118.192.18
addnode=2600:8801:2904:774e:859b:9a41:8388:93ef
addnode=68.108.2.84
addnode=2001:0:9d38:953c:185c:3839:d90d:ede1
addnode=2001:0:9d38:953c:3e:7b7:d1ee:696a
addnode=45.116.233.15

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January 21, 2018, 04:37:30 PM
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this i a great project, i wish this project a big success in ther near future and im looking forward to it. evolve and much improve. goodluck dev.
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January 23, 2018, 05:58:13 AM
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he project looks very good, and I hope it will stand out in a large number of encrypted currencies and look forward to you.
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January 23, 2018, 06:21:48 AM
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Cool! It's good to see how the company develops!
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January 25, 2018, 01:44:50 PM
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How long until the yobit wallet maintenance is sorted out?
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January 26, 2018, 05:16:30 PM
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How long until the yobit wallet maintenance is sorted out?

They are actually on the old coin. Ive just sent them a message asking them to swap coins.

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I want to make sure everyone knows that I just released my software called "Yobit pump alert". THis is custom software that uses an algo to detect the start of a pump here on yobit, the second it starts. YOu can even filter the coins you see by price. Most pumps start less than 100 sats , so you can easily filter the cheap coins, so they are the only ones displayed Smiley https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1945937.msg20241953#msg20241953
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January 26, 2018, 10:09:04 PM
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right now is having an unstoppable growth, some announcement?  Shocked

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January 27, 2018, 04:16:40 PM
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I saw that too. People are looking for a trusted coin to invest in. XDE2 is over 2 years old, and is STILL a very active coin with continued devleopment and a very happy community. People also look up me, and know Im not going anywhere. Been on 'talk for about 3 1/2 years with over 5000+. Its all based on trust. I have also announced that soon, I will be lowering the POS back down to 30% to stop inflation, and keep the coin rare.

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I want to make sure everyone knows that I just released my software called "Yobit pump alert". THis is custom software that uses an algo to detect the start of a pump here on yobit, the second it starts. YOu can even filter the coins you see by price. Most pumps start less than 100 sats , so you can easily filter the cheap coins, so they are the only ones displayed Smiley https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1945937.msg20241953#msg20241953
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January 27, 2018, 05:55:28 PM
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Yes i have seen this coin and monitoring since long, this is stabling and moving slowly, i think that vegas you have to do some more development for this coin too as you are very active in flycoin (FLY), I think if you work for listing this on more exchanges then this will be more demanding coin. peoples are trading on daily basis with good margin, i think this is rare coin for long term period.
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January 30, 2018, 01:31:11 PM
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Hello guys.

I am a noob when it comes to POS and I have a couple of questions regarding this specific coin.
Please don't judge my dumbass questions and have some patience.

1.Is it mandatory to have a masternode in order to receive the stake or it is enough to hold coins inside the wallet ( with all the correct settings )?

2.I saw your limit of 2 coins withdrawal per week.What if a user needs to sell coins of 1000$ per month due to....survival reasons, is it allowed?

3.Does coinexchange.io provide a stake wallet? Is it trustworthy?

4.If the trading of this coin is limited what is the future for it? How can a holder generate a constant steady monthly income and exchange it to fiat? Of course without dumping / pumping the price as I am referring to a common sense here.

Thank you guys.

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January 31, 2018, 12:11:10 AM
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Hello guys.

I am a noob when it comes to POS and I have a couple of questions regarding this specific coin.
Please don't judge my dumbass questions and have some patience.

1.Is it mandatory to have a masternode in order to receive the stake or it is enough to hold coins inside the wallet ( with all the correct settings )?
You can POS stake coins in your wallet without needing to have masternodes. Masternodes provide a higher return but, the MN's tie up coins that do not POS stake. So, you have 2 choices.

2.I saw your limit of 2 coins withdrawal per week.What if a user needs to sell coins of 1000$ per month due to....survival reasons, is it allowed?
The sales limit was for participants in the previous Marketing program and, it was put in place only for people participating in the marketing rewards program.  Currently, a new marketing plan is being developed. The sales limit is old info. The Ann needs revised on that point.

3.Does coinexchange.io provide a stake wallet? Is it trustworthy?
You need to make your own judgement on exchanges. I prefer to keep my coins in my personal wallet. You need to weigh the risks and rewards of having coins on an exchange. Hopefully, someone will weigh in on the Coinexchange.io who has direct experience.

4.If the trading of this coin is limited what is the future for it? How can a holder generate a constant steady monthly income and exchange it to fiat? Of course without dumping / pumping the price as I am referring to a common sense here.
The limits you referred to in item #2 are not in effect. Greater demand is the key to higher prices. Some investors hold for price appreciation. Others sell off their rewards.

Thank you guys.
Answers above in Red. As with all coins, prices are dependent upon demand, marketing and development. Vegasguy was inactive for a brief period due to injuries in a car accident. He has started posting here and in VegasCoin lately.
I would expect development to resume moving forward.

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January 31, 2018, 10:32:57 AM
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Woody is here any news about XDE2 promotion, what is the next step?
Did you talk with vegasguy about my suggestion?

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January 31, 2018, 04:06:33 PM
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Hello guys.

I am a noob when it comes to POS and I have a couple of questions regarding this specific coin.
Please don't judge my dumbass questions and have some patience.

1.Is it mandatory to have a masternode in order to receive the stake or it is enough to hold coins inside the wallet ( with all the correct settings )?
You can POS stake coins in your wallet without needing to have masternodes. Masternodes provide a higher return but, the MN's tie up coins that do not POS stake. So, you have 2 choices.

2.I saw your limit of 2 coins withdrawal per week.What if a user needs to sell coins of 1000$ per month due to....survival reasons, is it allowed?
The sales limit was for participants in the previous Marketing program and, it was put in place only for people participating in the marketing rewards program.  Currently, a new marketing plan is being developed. The sales limit is old info. The Ann needs revised on that point.

3.Does coinexchange.io provide a stake wallet? Is it trustworthy?
You need to make your own judgement on exchanges. I prefer to keep my coins in my personal wallet. You need to weigh the risks and rewards of having coins on an exchange. Hopefully, someone will weigh in on the Coinexchange.io who has direct experience.

4.If the trading of this coin is limited what is the future for it? How can a holder generate a constant steady monthly income and exchange it to fiat? Of course without dumping / pumping the price as I am referring to a common sense here.
The limits you referred to in item #2 are not in effect. Greater demand is the key to higher prices. Some investors hold for price appreciation. Others sell off their rewards.

Thank you guys.
Answers above in Red. As with all coins, prices are dependent upon demand, marketing and development. Vegasguy was inactive for a brief period due to injuries in a car accident. He has started posting here and in VegasCoin lately.
I would expect development to resume moving forward.


Thank you very much for your answers.

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January 31, 2018, 04:11:39 PM
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almost forget about XDE2 , almost wasn;t aware of the fact that i am  still holding this coin , and now with 300 % pos , maybe time to activate staking again

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almost forget about XDE2 , almost wasn;t aware of the fact that i am  still holding this coin , and now with 300 % pos , maybe time to activate staking again

Thanks to me and my dumbass questions Smiley

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February 01, 2018, 01:44:51 AM
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Woody is here any news about XDE2 promotion, what is the next step?
Did you talk with vegasguy about my suggestion?
Vegas is just getting active from his car injury. So far we have not been able to get
together to discuss your great suggestions and willingness to contribute.
Hopefully, Vegasguy and I can discuss it this week.

TY

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February 06, 2018, 11:43:50 AM
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Now I want to trade with some XDE2, but I have problem.
Why I can't send coins from my wallet?
I am using version v2.1.2.0-61403. When I try to send nothing happened. They only ask for a password to unlock, and nothing more. No confirming notice. I am trying to restart wallet, but the same situation.
Also staking working well.


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February 06, 2018, 07:01:24 PM
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Now I want to trade with some XDE2, but I have problem.
Why I can't send coins from my wallet?
I am using version v2.1.2.0-61403. When I try to send nothing happened. They only ask for a password to unlock, and nothing more. No confirming notice. I am trying to restart wallet, but the same situation.
Also staking working well.


I encountered the same problem. I needed to lock the wallet, go to the console and
enter walletpassphrase password time    -i.e. time 10000 (=10,000 seconds) this unlocked the wallet
to allow the send. Then, I closed the wallet and reopened to and unlocked for POS

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February 07, 2018, 02:52:56 PM
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Now I want to trade with some XDE2, but I have problem.
Why I can't send coins from my wallet?
I am using version v2.1.2.0-61403. When I try to send nothing happened. They only ask for a password to unlock, and nothing more. No confirming notice. I am trying to restart wallet, but the same situation.
Also staking working well.


I encountered the same problem. I needed to lock the wallet, go to the console and
enter walletpassphrase password time    -i.e. time 10000 (=10,000 seconds) this unlocked the wallet
to allow the send. Then, I closed the wallet and reopened to and unlocked for POS

Don't work. I have error message: "Method not found (Code -32601)

I try with "xxxx password time 10000" where is xxxx my passphrase.
Trying with the locked and unlocked wallet. Same situation. Also, repairwallet in console not found any problem.

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February 07, 2018, 08:25:20 PM
Last edit: February 07, 2018, 08:37:54 PM by Woody20285
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Now I want to trade with some XDE2, but I have problem.
Why I can't send coins from my wallet?
I am using version v2.1.2.0-61403. When I try to send nothing happened. They only ask for a password to unlock, and nothing more. No confirming notice. I am trying to restart wallet, but the same situation.
Also staking working well.


I encountered the same problem. I needed to lock the wallet, go to the console and
enter walletpassphrase password time    -i.e. time 10000 (=10,000 seconds) this unlocked the wallet
to allow the send. Then, I closed the wallet and reopened to and unlocked for POS

Don't work. I have error message: "Method not found (Code -32601)

I try with "xxxx password time 10000" where is xxxx my passphrase (incorrect).
xxxx should be the command "walletpassphrase" which is followed by your password and the number of sec. you want the wallet unlocked.

Trying with the locked and unlocked wallet. Same situation. Also, repairwallet in console not found any problem.
Type "help" in console to see the commands available and the way to type them in

Note: Wallet must be locked before typing the below command in the console.
The command unlocks the wallet for all actions, not just POS. There are 3 parts to the command.
The command is walletpassphrase" followed by "passphrase" followed by "timeout" the time in seconds

Example:
walletpassphrase Woodyspassword 600
This example would unlock my wallet for 600 seconds or 10 minutes (if my password was Woodyspassword)

walletpassphrase passphrase time
1 walletpassphrase        type as shown - this lets the wallet know the next thing you enter will be your password
2 passphrase                 is your password
3 timeout                      is the number of seconds you want the wallet unlocked to preform the action i.e. sending coins.



In the above example in Bold, you need to only change the "passphrase" shown as  "woodyspassword" to your actual wallet password
You cannot change "walletpassphrase" as it is the command that lets the console know what you are doing
You can change the time to any number of seconds you want - you do not enter the word "time"

I hope this is clear. Best wishes.

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