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February 21, 2016, 01:10:44 AM
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Will you public a roadmap with graphics and date?


We decide not to post hard-set roadmaps due to the fact that development is an on-going process, and sometimes concepts that are being worked on just don't function properly as you hope. Our development process up to this point has been: Work on software, update the community on progress, and set release dates once we have that software complete. That being said, there will not be a definite road map, but we will add a section added containing current developments, updates, and goals. We will add this once time allows, as we are still incredibly busy coding on Phase 2.4 of the SmartChain, Radium core improvements, and various Python projects for the SmartChain which may be found on my Github.

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February 21, 2016, 03:26:23 AM
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We now have a simple paper wallet generator set up at: http://projectradon.info/paperwallet/

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February 21, 2016, 05:17:53 AM
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i want to ask, what is radium mining pools? thank you

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February 21, 2016, 06:43:02 AM
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hi,

i want to ask, what is radium mining pools? thank you

Hi!  Radium is Proof-Of-Stake, but you can mine it with the http://www.zpool.ca/ Multipool!

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February 21, 2016, 02:33:42 PM
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I downloaded wallet, and it looks just like blackcoin...  Is this a fork of blackcoin?
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February 21, 2016, 02:46:06 PM
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I downloaded wallet, and it looks just like blackcoin...  Is this a fork of blackcoin?
Yes, the core wallet is a fork of Blackcoin. We plan to switch away from the Blackcoin codebase in subsequent releases.

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February 21, 2016, 02:51:29 PM
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I downloaded wallet, and it looks just like blackcoin...  Is this a fork of blackcoin?
Yes, the core wallet is a fork of Blackcoin. We plan to switch away from the Blackcoin codebase in subsequent releases.
nice quick reply, anyway what is the best input to join stake now?
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February 21, 2016, 03:00:57 PM
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anyone help me to confirm this  Grin

 Dan Metcalf. (Atcsecure, dev of XC) and scam group of blocknet coin gangsters are behind this.

they are just piling fancy words to scam boys chasing "blockchain" winds.

just wanna confirm it.

plz, don't "moderate" this.

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February 21, 2016, 03:24:56 PM
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I downloaded wallet, and it looks just like blackcoin...  Is this a fork of blackcoin?
Yes, the core wallet is a fork of Blackcoin. We plan to switch away from the Blackcoin codebase in subsequent releases.
nice quick reply, anyway what is the best input to join stake now?
The staking levels have remained pretty steady, so 750-1000 coins should get you a reward in a reasonable amount of time.

anyone help me to confirm this  Grin

 Dan Metcalf. (Atcsecure, dev of XC) and scam group of blocknet coin gangsters are behind this.

they are just piling fancy words to scam boys chasing "blockchain" winds.

just wanna confirm it.

plz, don't "moderate" this.

My first point that I would like to make is: We will never moderate this thread or the Slack channel, outside of extreme cases.

The short answer to your question is: No, we are not Dan and his group, and furthermore, we have no affiliation with them.

Is it true that RADS will be integrated into Blocknet?

if you heard  BLOCKNET, you will know numbers of scammer behind atcsecure.

bitswift, blocknet, and many scammers.

be careful  baby.

I am out.


We have no affiliation with Blocknet whatsoever. The only passing mention to ever occur was a conversation with atcsecure in the Shared Slack Network channel of our Slack channel, in which he was simply inquiring about Radium and the SmartChain. All of that is publicly documented. There are no plans to add Radium to the Blocknet, or to affiliate ourselves with atcsecure.

Quoted above is the only time "Blocknet", "atcsecure", or "Dan Metcalf" have ever been spoken of in this project. In the entire 10 months this project has been organized, there have been no associations or plans to associate with any of the aforementioned groups. If you want to know the origins of this project, it consists of the following: The Crave project in early 2015 was one of the first to really bring light to Slack as a tool for cryptocurrency collaboration and community participation. From that networking event, the tight knit group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts that make up the current development and community team came together to form a new project. That project, is Project Radon. We were tired of dishonesty, lack of transparency, pump and dumps, false promises, and whatever scum and filth that pollute the cryptocurrency world. We banded together, put a good amount of elbow grease into our ideas for blockchain innovation, and from that, the SmartChain evolved into what it is today. We were committed then, and we are committed now. We will be here for the long haul, and we have no plans of giving up our goals of bringing innovation, cooperation, honesty, and unity to the blockchain development environment. We hope to always grow a peaceful community that strives for the betterment of one another, and for the betterment of technology as a whole. We are glad to help wherever possible. I am proud of this community for what we as a team have accomplished, let's not ever lose sight of our roots, and continue to fight for a bright future.

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February 21, 2016, 03:32:51 PM
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We now have a simple paper wallet generator set up at: http://projectradon.info/paperwallet/

Thanks! Good job! Love the simplicity and that you even highlight that the private key is the wallet import format, so even people without much knowledge know what is used for what.

If the desktop wallet now also had a two click import feature for the paper wallet, this would be amazing and better than most other wallets out there.

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February 21, 2016, 03:38:04 PM
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We now have a simple paper wallet generator set up at: http://projectradon.info/paperwallet/

Thanks! Good job! Love the simplicity and that you even highlight that the private key is the wallet import format, so even people without much knowledge know what is used for what.

If the desktop wallet now also had a two click import feature for the paper wallet, this would be amazing and better than most other wallets out there.
We had that discussion the other night, and think a paper wallet creation and import feature for the SmartChain client would work quite well.
I also tipped you a small amount to the Radium address in your signature, enjoy. Smiley

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February 21, 2016, 03:41:17 PM
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for anyone wondering about the single interaction between jj12880, tm2013, and Dan-Atcsecure in sharedslacknetwork it can be viewed here:

http://pastebin.com/XhTxwHvc

draw your own conclusions.

mine: they just met there. general inquisitiveness. no plans.

$MAID & $BTC other than that some short hodls and some long held garbage.
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February 21, 2016, 03:59:20 PM
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Small question, staking only active with unlocked and online client/wallet ?

yes you can stake only while online, but the wallet doesnt have to be completely unlocked..it can be unlocked ONLY for staking and not for transactions

when you click unluck wallet in the settings drop down a window will pop up and there will be a place to enter your password and a check box asking "unlock for staking only?" have that box checked and it keeps your wallet locked for transactions

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February 21, 2016, 05:30:59 PM
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We now have a simple paper wallet generator set up at: http://projectradon.info/paperwallet/

Awesome work!

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February 21, 2016, 05:53:35 PM
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We now have a simple paper wallet generator set up at: http://projectradon.info/paperwallet/

Thanks! Good job! Love the simplicity and that you even highlight that the private key is the wallet import format, so even people without much knowledge know what is used for what.

If the desktop wallet now also had a two click import feature for the paper wallet, this would be amazing and better than most other wallets out there.
We had that discussion the other night, and think a paper wallet creation and import feature for the SmartChain client would work quite well.
I also tipped you a small amount to the Radium address in your signature, enjoy. Smiley

Awesome, looking forward to it! Smiley

And thanks so much for the RADS -- really appreciate it! Smiley

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February 21, 2016, 07:18:17 PM
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I would love RADS to be added to more exchanges...Do you work on that?

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February 21, 2016, 07:22:14 PM
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I would love RADS to be added to more exchanges...Do you work on that?

Which exchanges would you like to see Radium on?

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February 21, 2016, 07:46:45 PM
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I would love RADS to be added to more exchanges...Do you work on that?

Which exchanges would you like to see Radium on?

Maybe on Kraken? It will spike the price in my opinion

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February 21, 2016, 07:54:24 PM
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I would love RADS to be added to more exchanges...Do you work on that?

Which exchanges would you like to see Radium on?

Maybe on Kraken? It will spike the price in my opinion
That is an exchange we have not considered yet, we will look into it.

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February 21, 2016, 11:44:10 PM
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Price started to decline on Poloniex....You devs should consider that you  must use this momentum,and not let price to drop too much,and volume to drop too much,because people will than think that this coin is one more pump and dump sh... coin....and we all dont want that! Grin

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