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May 25, 2016, 12:59:49 PM
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Ha-ha-ha, check the blockchain you stupid dumbasses, Lisk whales didn't move their coins to any exchanges.

I repeat because you're stupid — whales don't sell Lisk.

Only small stupid fishes moved coins as soon as they could and dumped them.

yes, when these small stupid fishes are done then the sky is the limit

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May 25, 2016, 01:00:03 PM
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VOLUME (LSK)

149,399,083.55039775 LSK
transferred within 20 hours

from 17706 transactions in 3326 / 4983 blocks



Everyone who wanted to move their LSK already moved them.
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What are you talking about ??
I didn't move my LISK yet, because it's IMPOSSIBLE !
You're whole blockchain seems to be stuck !

https://explorer.lisk.io/  --> where are the transactions ??

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May 25, 2016, 01:03:16 PM
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0 confirms on the web wallet -

WHY?

Can someone answer this question please and repost it every page?  Thank you! (on behalf of hundreds of users)

+  Blockchain explorer: O blocks...

My LISK were sent, 5 hours ago, 0 confirmations, transaction not found on blockchain...

(I wish I just send 5 lisk but helas...)

Log out and back in see whether your transaction shows. If not, try to send it again, using another login (to be found in this thread)

I don't think you fully understand, the Lisk ARE gone but there is NO transaction to be found on blockchain explorer.

Try restarting docker wallet (if you are using one)
i have exactly the same problem, used docker wallet to send data but 0 confirmations. restarting the wallet doesn't help.
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May 25, 2016, 01:04:55 PM
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finally seeing a few lisk showing as pending in my bittrex balances  Smiley
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May 25, 2016, 01:06:10 PM
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0 confirms on the web wallet -

WHY?

Can someone answer this question please and repost it every page?  Thank you! (on behalf of hundreds of users)

+  Blockchain explorer: O blocks...

My LISK were sent, 5 hours ago, 0 confirmations, transaction not found on blockchain...

(I wish I just send 5 lisk but helas...)

Log out and back in see whether your transaction shows. If not, try to send it again, using another login (to be found in this thread)

I don't think you fully understand, the Lisk ARE gone but there is NO transaction to be found on blockchain explorer.

Try restarting docker wallet (if you are using one)
i have exactly the same problem, used docker wallet to send data but 0 confirmations. restarting the wallet doesn't help.

Sorry I meant whole docker - I had to reboot my pc for some reason - this helped

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May 25, 2016, 01:06:30 PM
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Ha-ha-ha, check the blockchain you stupid dumbasses, Lisk whales didn't move their coins to any exchanges.

I repeat because you're stupid — whales don't sell Lisk.

Only small stupid fishes moved coins as soon as they could and dumped them.

Exactly!

I purchased during the ico and I have only picked up more LSK!
Only the foolish have sold at these prices.
18212 was the estimated price at the end of the ico.

It hasn't even been launched for a full 24 hours and these individuals are saying Lisk is over!
More Lisk for me!
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May 25, 2016, 01:07:48 PM
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So, none of the official nodes are working for me.

But https://lisknode.grumlin.com  has sent them and they have shown up in my polo wallet, what the hell?
I had the same, well either way, it's working so idm.


Yeah, I've sent all of mine to polo now so i don't have to deal with the wallets.

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May 25, 2016, 01:09:43 PM
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Somebody can explain me, why LISK better than eth?

LISK HOLDS THE FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES OVER ETHERIUM:

Javascript language simplicity vs Solidity language complexity
Like I said ... easy to write a Javascript compiler to Ethereum bytecode  
Let me know when it's done...or even started.  Even if an Ethereum JavaScript compiler  existed, Solidity is still an unstable language - why paste a compiler on top of it?

100,000+ JavaScript programmers vs. few Solidity programmers
The above argument eliminates this so called advantage of lisk
The above argument is vaporware.  JavaScript programmers can start coding Lisk dapps right now.

Single hash generated  vs. trillions of valid but discarded hashes generated to secure blockchain in one blocktime
Makes no sense at all
I've explained this several times.  Churning out trillions of wasted hashes means lots of wasted electricity - like literally a nuclear powerplant's worth for Bitcoin - and is an ever-growing financial overhead that will ultimately kill the coin.

Cooperative, efficient blockchain generation vs. competitive, wasteful blockchain generation
looks like the same as above
No, it's the key reason Lisk can run on a $9 CHIP computer and Ethereum can't.  Economies of scale hugely favor Lisk over BTC/ETH.

Stable roundtable clockwork forging vs. unsustainable, exponentially growing free-for-all mining
Forging is no different than mining ... just different ways to make the currency
It is so sad to see people that don't understand enough math to get why exponential growth is unsustainable, or why a stable system is different and better from an unstable one.

Dapps on individual sidechains vs. dapps on bloated mainchain
Ethereum dapps are also sidechains .. lol .. you seem to be uninformed
The Ethereum Guide says its dapps are deployed on the mainchain ( https://gavofyork.gitbooks.io/turboethereum/content/dapps_deployment.html ).  Practically, in Ethereum dapps are just specialized "contracts".  There's my showdown cards in this poker hand - what's your counter-reference to prove what you are saying about Ethereum sidechains?  Prove to me that each dapp in Ethereum has its own separate blockchain as they do in Lisk.

Min of 2-4 to max of 101 cheap $35 Pi2 / $9 CHIP microcomputers needed for each sidechain backbone vs. large, unlimited numbers of expensive GPU systems needed for mainchain backbone
The GPU rings will not be used once POS for eth sets in
So...PoS for ETH is vaporware, got it.  How can you know that Eth PoS will run on microcomputers like Lisk does if ETH PoS finally shows up?  What happens to all those sad little GPU miners whose income stream will be cut off?

Sidechain dapps permanently free vs. mainchain perpetual "gas" payments required
Ah ... What can possibly be the use of the beloved LISK then ...
What part of "free" vs. "paying for ETH gas" is so hard to understand?  Free is better.  Lisk is still the exchange coin of choice within the dapp itself.

Difference between Lisk Forging and Ethereum Mining

With Lisk, generating a new block for the blockchain is called "forging" (in the "blacksmith" instead of the "counterfeiter" sense of that term), not mining.  Mining is a Bitcoin / Etherium term that refers to competitive generation of thousands of millions of billions of useless hashes looking for a string of leading zeros in the hash that is a "lucky ticket" declaring a particular miner to be the winner of a reward.  Forging is a cooperative  generation of one and only one necessary hash to secure the Lisk blockchain, for which you are paid a set fee when it's your turn to do it.  During the first year a Lisk forger makes 5 Lisk per block forged, which happens like clockwork about once every 17 minutes, for a total of 150K Lisk in the first year.

In a pure PoS system, the richest coin holders that set up a forging node get most of the rewards from running those nodes.  With DPoS, anybody can set up a forging node no matter how much or how little of the coin they hold, as long as they pay (for Lisk) a 100 coin start fee.   Under DPoS, a poor coin holder / node runner gets the same rewards as a rich coin holder / node runner.  Thus there is incentive for poor coin holders to run a good node to increase their coin holdings.  Since there's a lot more poor coin holders than rich ones, the pool of potential node runners is much bigger.  This is a Good Thing.

Lisk generating only one hash per blocktime is one of its huge advantages over Bitcoin and Ethereum and their huge waste of resources.  

Lisk is literally trillions of times more efficient in CPU cycles per block generated compared to Bitcoin or Ethereum.  This is why Lisk can use really cheap computers, while Bitcoin and Ethereum are trapped forever to use a hugely expensive, wasteful and unneeded overhead infrastructure - all those warehouses full of mining rigs, whether ASIC or GPU based.

Now THAT'S stupid - and most Bitcoin and Ethereum people have no idea just how stupid it is.  

Lisk Coin Inflation Is Much Lower Than Ethereum Coin Inflation








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Lisk better than Eth, lol.
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May 25, 2016, 01:10:06 PM
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Also, when we are talking about the prices and dump, how much LSK was sold on Polo? Around 500k?

Well, you have close to 5 000 000 LSK on the sell side, so that's there. Plus, I have the suspicion, that this is polos wallet:

http://explorer.lisknode.io/address/18278674964748191682L

Can anybody confirm that by following a transaction he_she made?

If it is, at this point, 20% of Lisk are at polo.



Yes that's polo wallet

Good to know, thanks. That's quite reassuring, actually. If you listen to the screaming in here, you would think that the overall lisk at exchanges was closer to 5% and the really big dump was yet to come. Could still dump, once every lemming is able to access his_her lisk, but it's going to be smaller. Phew.

VOLUME (LSK)

149,399,083.55039775 LSK
transferred within 20 hours

from 17706 transactions in 3326 / 4983 blocks



Everyone who wanted to move their LSK already moved them.

I wanted to move mine and they have not gone. I logged in this morning, 4am, before going to work. Sent half to polo and half to trex. Both showed up on the transaction list. Just got home, 2pm, and my coins are back in my lisk account Huh Why
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May 25, 2016, 01:10:43 PM
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http://explorer.lisknode.io/


Why are the timestamps in 2015 and incorrect?
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May 25, 2016, 01:11:27 PM
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Also, when we are talking about the prices and dump, how much LSK was sold on Polo? Around 500k?

Well, you have close to 5 000 000 LSK on the sell side, so that's there. Plus, I have the suspicion, that this is polos wallet:

http://explorer.lisknode.io/address/18278674964748191682L

Can anybody confirm that by following a transaction he_she made?

If it is, at this point, 20% of Lisk are at polo.



Yes that's polo wallet

Good to know, thanks. That's quite reassuring, actually. If you listen to the screaming in here, you would think that the overall lisk at exchanges was closer to 5% and the really big dump was yet to come. Could still dump, once every lemming is able to access his_her lisk, but it's going to be smaller. Phew.

VOLUME (LSK)

149,399,083.55039775 LSK
transferred within 20 hours

from 17706 transactions in 3326 / 4983 blocks



Everyone who wanted to move their LSK already moved them.

I wanted to move mine and they have not gone. I logged in this morning, 4am, before going to work. Sent half to polo and half to trex. Both showed up on the transaction list. Just got home, 2pm, and my coins are back in my lisk account Huh Why

Just try again using Grumlin's node.
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May 25, 2016, 01:11:59 PM
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Also, when we are talking about the prices and dump, how much LSK was sold on Polo? Around 500k?

24hr Volume:

21698058.06433282 LSK
13629.63901294 BTC

You can see it above the chart.


that's only 1/4 and people are so scared...

20% of the total supply was traded in not even 24 hours! That's a lot. If the volume stays high it will form a stable base. Also good for distribution.

The price is also good. Those who invested in the ICO are able to sell in profit if they want. Those with confidence about the general potential of Lisk can hold and/or buy.

at last an intelligent post.  
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May 25, 2016, 01:13:27 PM
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This is actually not very funny imo.

If after hours one can actually access a Lisk web wallet and WHEN the send button is not grey and actually working all I ever get is TRANSACTION ERROR and then a random message that says Address has no LISK: AnyRandomNumberHere

Dev plz answer why this keeps happening
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May 25, 2016, 01:14:08 PM
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May 25, 2016, 01:14:30 PM
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Everyone who wanted to move their LSK already moved them.

17 hours and i sill cant move my coins.

this should work and i can confirmed it's safe;
https://lisknode.grumlin.com/
Cheers for the heads up, fella. But ive given up trying now.

Fukin inadequate devs, IMO.
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May 25, 2016, 01:15:23 PM
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http://explorer.lisknode.io/topAccounts

Who/what are #2 and #3? Exchanges?

#1 is Poloniex, 4, 5 and 6 are the Devs I assume.
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May 25, 2016, 01:15:34 PM
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Did people already receveid bounty for lisk signature campaign?
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May 25, 2016, 01:16:06 PM
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Tweet of the day by Collin Crypto:

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1. EVERYONE makes money on $LISK launch.
2. NOBODY is happy about it.

#justcryptothings
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May 25, 2016, 01:16:25 PM
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Everyone who wanted to move their LSK already moved them.

17 hours and i sill cant move my coins.

Same history here. The web wallet is useless.
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May 25, 2016, 01:16:36 PM
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https://explorer.lisk.io/  --> where are the transactions ??

http://explorer.lisknode.io/
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