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January 30, 2019, 02:18:02 PM
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Have you tried out our Zero Client yet? No downloads. No syncing. No 3rd parties. This is the future of blockchain accessibility and its 100% free to use while in beta. Give it a test drive today and let us know what you think!

https://radiumcore.org/zeroclient/

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January 31, 2019, 01:56:59 PM
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And from the Bittrex exchange it is impossible to withdraw less than 1 coin, at least 14, for example, to register an account here:
http://smartchain.radiumcore.org

You don't need to transfer any RADS to the Zero Client yet. During our beta testing, all Zero Client operations are free to use. Smiley

And by the way, I sent the coins to BTCPop.
For the month, 1 coin was mined  Undecided

Depends on how many coins you sent them. Staking locally, 1000 RADS will yield approx 1 reward per 24hr period.


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January 31, 2019, 06:16:03 PM
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And from the Bittrex exchange it is impossible to withdraw less than 1 coin, at least 14, for example, to register an account here:
http://smartchain.radiumcore.org

You don't need to transfer any RADS to the Zero Client yet. During our beta testing, all Zero Client operations are free to use. Smiley

And by the way, I sent the coins to BTCPop.
For the month, 1 coin was mined  Undecided

Depends on how many coins you sent them. Staking locally, 1000 RADS will yield approx 1 reward per 24hr period.


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Im looking into the issue, I will post back once it is identified and resolved.

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February 01, 2019, 04:03:06 PM
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 The current wallet for Radium works great without problems,  For me RADS  is the perfect coin for newcomers to start with because  most wallets just don't work as expected and with less than 4 million coins in circulation and with updates like zero client in beta the future looks very bright.
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February 01, 2019, 04:07:52 PM
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Also the dev responds almost immediately to any potential issues or questions.  
Just read some of the past posts.     A first Class Operation
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February 02, 2019, 12:48:39 PM
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The current wallet for Radium works great without problems,  For me RADS  is the perfect coin for newcomers to start with because  most wallets just don't work as expected and with less than 4 million coins in circulation and with updates like zero client in beta the future looks very bright.

I agree completely. Zero client works awesome, the user experience is smooth and fast. Definitely one of the best clients among cryptocurrencies.
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February 02, 2019, 01:41:04 PM
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Everyone staking RADS will likely get rewarded for trusting the network and project.

I know the project since 2016 but it took me a long time to actually start staking. No regrets since I started  Grin
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The current wallet for Radium works great without problems,  For me RADS  is the perfect coin for newcomers to start with because  most wallets just don't work as expected and with less than 4 million coins in circulation and with updates like zero client in beta the future looks very bright.

I agree completely. Zero client works awesome, the user experience is smooth and fast. Definitely one of the best clients among cryptocurrencies.

Everyone staking RADS will likely get rewarded for trusting the network and project.
I know the project since 2016 but it took me a long time to actually start staking. No regrets since I started  Grin

Yeah, thanks for support, guys!
Also Davinci Jeremie (Davincij15) has a positive view on RADS as well - https://youtu.be/1VG-0WKIDkg?t=2685

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Radium is purely for the community, by the community.

If you'd like to contribute to furthering our development and expansion, please have a look at our General Fund today: https://radiumcore.org/general-fund
Every little bit helps! Much appreciation in advance!

https://twitter.com/RadiumCore/status/1091019550198546432

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February 03, 2019, 11:50:10 AM
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Radium has officially joined Binance Info’s transparency initiative. By sharing project-related information such as news and progress reports on Binance Info, Radium is contributing to keeping the community informed. Check out our page here: https://info.binance.com/en/currencies/radium

https://twitter.com/RadiumCore/status/1088428707973349377

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If you missed it out, there is a new blogpost about it: Radium has officially joined Binance Info’s transparency initiative

https://blog.radiumcore.org/radium-joins-binance-v-label-5e817526b9d4


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February 05, 2019, 01:30:13 PM
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Radium brings advanced blockchain utilities. Should it implement masternodes, maybe? This could help to reinforce Radium blockchain backbone.
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February 05, 2019, 05:37:52 PM
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Radium brings advanced blockchain utilities. Should it implement masternodes, maybe? This could help to reinforce Radium blockchain backbone.

The problem with master nodes is that it makes the rich richer.  The current Radium model is fair for everyone imo.
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February 05, 2019, 07:32:20 PM
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Radium brings advanced blockchain utilities. Should it implement masternodes, maybe? This could help to reinforce Radium blockchain backbone.

The problem with master nodes is that it makes the rich richer.  The current Radium model is fair for everyone imo.

This problem is actual for pure POS too. There is no much difference beetween NM reward and stake reward. But masternodes could bear additional functionality.
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February 06, 2019, 05:03:54 AM
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Radium brings advanced blockchain utilities. Should it implement masternodes, maybe? This could help to reinforce Radium blockchain backbone.

The problem with master nodes is that it makes the rich richer.  The current Radium model is fair for everyone imo.

This problem is actual for pure POS too. There is no much difference beetween NM reward and stake reward. But masternodes could bear additional functionality.

Most MN offer some sort of perk(s) though. I agree that they can potentially offer additional functionality, but they might also discourage new smaller stakers to enter the network.
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February 06, 2019, 07:10:26 AM
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Radium brings advanced blockchain utilities. Should it implement masternodes, maybe? This could help to reinforce Radium blockchain backbone.

The problem with master nodes is that it makes the rich richer.  The current Radium model is fair for everyone imo.

This problem is actual for pure POS too. There is no much difference beetween NM reward and stake reward. But masternodes could bear additional functionality.

Most MN offer some sort of perk(s) though. I agree that they can potentially offer additional functionality, but they might also discourage new smaller stakers to enter the network.

MNs get some percent from block reward, but MNs collaterals are removed from staking so staking profitability increases. Network finds balance beetween MN and staking.
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February 06, 2019, 02:27:35 PM
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Radium brings advanced blockchain utilities. Should it implement masternodes, maybe? This could help to reinforce Radium blockchain backbone.

The problem with master nodes is that it makes the rich richer.  The current Radium model is fair for everyone imo.

This problem is actual for pure POS too. There is no much difference beetween NM reward and stake reward. But masternodes could bear additional functionality.

Most MN offer some sort of perk(s) though. I agree that they can potentially offer additional functionality, but they might also discourage new smaller stakers to enter the network.

MNs get some percent from block reward, but MNs collaterals are removed from staking so staking profitability increases. Network finds balance beetween MN and staking.

I'm not an expert on MN myself (yet) so I opened a discussion in the team about them.
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February 06, 2019, 06:15:20 PM
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@SteamboatG  So are you from Radium team? I can imagine that MN could support distributed Zero Client interface Smiley
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February 06, 2019, 08:15:06 PM
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@SteamboatG  So are you from Radium team? I can imagine that MN could support distributed Zero Client interface Smiley

After working with these passionate and talented people for more than 6 months now, I think it's ok for me to say that I'm a member of the team indeed.  I tend to look at the bigger picture and help develop strategies regarding Radium's growth potential and the health of the project in general.

On that subject I might add that we're efficient and pretty bear market resilient by now and the project is in good shape.  We're here to stay.
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February 11, 2019, 02:33:47 PM
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Radium - A Year in Review 2018 - Part I

From development milestones to growth initiatives to partnerships, conferences, and beyond.

https://blog.radiumcore.org/2018-an-incredible-year-for-radium-part-i-marketing-and-promotion-8675fd4b2dd4

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February 12, 2019, 03:02:51 PM
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Radium - A Year in Review 2018 - Part II

Exchange and Service Expansion, Technical Advancements and Policy Revisions

https://radiumcore.org/ZPLPSWN9

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