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March 15, 2018, 12:58:48 PM
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when can we expect LISK to recover?

When the market recovers.

Also the expected open beta launch for Lisk (in 3 or 4 weeks) will help.

Look around bitcointalk...I don't have the thread off hand but the mt. gox trustee is dumping ...on each dump we hit a low...the trustee is clueless...I've read

that he has had offers to buy off exchanges from legit folk and that he would make more on an auction..but he seems to be panic dumping thus is mainly the

cause from the drop from 18k folk are saying. Thus since Nov 2017 or so...about $500 milion BTC have been dumped to USD and $1.9 Billion dollars to go!

sh*t we could be looking at 1,000 BTC again..if he panic dumps wrong.

So anyway, until this clears up ....we are looking at sideways at best or Jan 2017 $1,000 prices at worse ...till they clear this up...my fear is they have a

'deadline' to move BTC to cash..if that is the case...the whole works could go tulips....


what a cluster


thus LISK will have to stand on its own merits...and such.....because the link of price between alts like LISK is strong....we could be sucked into a downward

spiral of price...we have no control over...oh ....and with our luck the other shoe will drop with tether coin also....FML...



I think the Gox trustee has sold enough to pay off the debts, so may not sell anymore. Also now that he is been called out, if he does sell more, perhaps he will do it a more constructive method like you mentioned.


We can hope...unless he is giving advanced notice to relatives ..before he dumps as a mt. gox trustee...

Also, from what I heard of Japanese Bankruptcy...IF he pays off all the debts.....a portion will got to mark karpales....thus he probably will still be in the money as well

all we need now is the other shoe to drop on tether coin ...and it will be a party then! FML

Further...it is BANKRUPTCY ...I think ALL of the remaining $1.9 Billion has to be sold to USD, as a result...thus we are screwed....(why they call it bankruptcy..there is a

method to it...liguidate it all) again FML





Weren't they also discussing to distribute the remaining BTC in the form of BTC? As far as I know only the initial Mt.Gox loss had to be reimbursed + some money for the whole insolvency process. I also find it odd that there have obviously been no restrictions at all on how to proceed with the sale. A guy taking care of insolvency is allowed to crash an entire global market. Sounds logical!
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March 15, 2018, 02:30:19 PM
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🔧 We are happy to announce the release of #Lisk Hub 0.2.0.




For more information, check out the blog spot: https://blog.lisk.io/lisk-hub-release-update-33ef4712c772




To read release notes, head to our #GitHub page:   https://github.com/LiskHQ/lisk-hub/releases/tag/v0.2.0



You can also access it using your browser:   https://lisk.io/hub





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March 15, 2018, 10:26:05 PM
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That’s a very good idea. If I’m not mistaken, you offer a blockchain builder based on JavaScript which will make the development process much simpler. Will gladly follow your project.

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March 16, 2018, 02:47:34 PM
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#Lisk has once again been rated as number one in @DarpalRating's code audit of top #blockchain projects. Thank you! 🎉
https://twitter.com/DarpalRating/status/974532601795854336
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March 16, 2018, 09:30:34 PM
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Lisk appeared in early 2016 year as a fork of Crypti (Crypti team broke up later).
Lisk is considered as one of the alternative technologies to Ethereum. Roughly speaking it is a platform for the development of blockchain applications. 
They have own philosophy on blockchain applications, so it's not just clone of the Ethereum technology, Lisk could be a kind of alternative in the future. Obviously, not by capitalization, not by popularity, they cannot be compared. Nonetheless, Lisk has all chances to get its fair share in future of crypto-tech companies.

From the technical point of view

The coin was trading in a downtrend during the BTC recession. Recently LSKBTC pair reached the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement of the global uptrend and started to draw a rebound pattern, accompanied by a jump in volumes.
The coin climbed above the psychological support level 0.0015 and now is drawing an uptrend pattern. If the price will manage to hold above the 0.0015 and afterward reach 100-days EMA that would be a sign of the beginning of the bullish cycle.
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March 16, 2018, 10:18:06 PM
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why LISK drooop so hard? Was the rebranding just empty expense? When will the full sdk be work ?? Huh Huh Huh
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March 16, 2018, 10:48:24 PM
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why LISK drooop so hard? Was the rebranding just empty expense? When will the full sdk be work ?? Huh Huh Huh
If you didn't know, not only LISK, almost all altcoins are dropping due to a market correction.
A lot of progress has been made by lisk team and very big update is coming. I guess this will affect the price.
Btw today lisk price recovered a little today.
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March 17, 2018, 07:42:11 AM
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StealthPay gives you the possibility buy LISK with cash if you are registered on Bittrex.

Here are the steps to go:

1) Get a XST address on Bittrex.
2) Buy StealthCoin with cash transfer here: http://www.stealthpay.com/buyxst (Western Union, MoneyGram, Contact, Unistream, Ria Money Transfer, Leader, Sigue Money Transfer, Intel Express)
3) Exchange XST (StealthCoin) to BTC on Bittrex.
4) Buy LISK with BTC.

No limits. Enjoy.

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March 18, 2018, 10:19:59 AM
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Hi guys,

Is there any tutorial how to become PoS node in Lisk? I would like to set up node, buy some coins and start mining PoS. How I can do that? Smiley
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March 18, 2018, 10:37:41 AM
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Hi guys,

Is there any tutorial how to become PoS node in Lisk? I would like to set up node, buy some coins and start mining PoS. How I can do that? Smiley

First you will need 25 Lisk (that's a fee you need to pay) to register as a Lisk delegate, so you will be available to forge if you enter into the top 101 positions.

Also, if you want that people vote you into the 101 positions you will need to offer something to the community.From creating Lisk tools, raising awareness of Lisk or anything else.

Here are some tutorials to create a Lisk forging node (it's easy for tech savvy people, but for others hard): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGalnujyDeg
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March 18, 2018, 10:35:24 PM
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Thanks for your reply, I will certainly have a look!
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March 18, 2018, 10:37:11 PM
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Thanks for your reply, I will certainly have a look!

I think you have to be one of the top 101 Lisk holders to play this game...so do your research...

damn tough unless you are a 2009 BTC HODL'er with deep pockets and wish to expand into LISK.

(if I am incorrect, please correct me on above..not a slam...but as I understand how this works)

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March 19, 2018, 06:49:05 AM
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Is there any tutorial how to become PoS node in Lisk?
Lisk is DPoS (Delegate Proof of Stake)not POS , you can read this blog what is differences between DPos and PoS
But you can set up a Lisk Delegate node by following this instruction made by cc001: https://forum.lisk.io/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=408
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March 19, 2018, 08:32:35 AM
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📚 Delegated Proof of Stake is the protocol of choice at #Lisk and with very good reason. Find out why with #LiskAcademy. https://lisk.io/academy/blockchain-basics/how-does-blockchain-work/delegated-proof-of-stake
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March 19, 2018, 11:28:41 AM
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So, from the “This thread is 2200 pages long and I just can’t find the answer” pile I have a quick question. So if it has been asked and answered before sorry but there really needs to be a simple FAQ someplace. And a big honking blinking arrow to where it is, because if there is one I missed that too.

According to https://lisk.support/knowledge-base/#kb-voting-explained if I vote for a delegate and then add more LISK to the address that voted the extra LISK that I added are automatically counted.

Is this accurate? I had 1 big LISK address and a few smaller ones. I finally got around to combining them in a few weeks ago but the rewards have stayed about the same. Since adding the smaller ones effectively doubled the amount of LISK in that address I would think the rewards would be about doubled.

Or am I missing something obvious?

Thanks,
Dave

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March 19, 2018, 11:50:01 AM
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So, from the “This thread is 2200 pages long and I just can’t find the answer” pile I have a quick question. So if it has been asked and answered before sorry but there really needs to be a simple FAQ someplace. And a big honking blinking arrow to where it is, because if there is one I missed that too.

According to https://lisk.support/knowledge-base/#kb-voting-explained if I vote for a delegate and then add more LISK to the address that voted the extra LISK that I added are automatically counted.

Is this accurate? I had 1 big LISK address and a few smaller ones. I finally got around to combining them in a few weeks ago but the rewards have stayed about the same. Since adding the smaller ones effectively doubled the amount of LISK in that address I would think the rewards would be about doubled.

Or am I missing something obvious?

Thanks,
Dave

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So, from the “This thread is 2200 pages long and I just can’t find the answer” pile I have a quick question. So if it has been asked and answered before sorry but there really needs to be a simple FAQ someplace. And a big honking blinking arrow to where it is, because if there is one I missed that too.

According to https://lisk.support/knowledge-base/#kb-voting-explained if I vote for a delegate and then add more LISK to the address that voted the extra LISK that I added are automatically counted.

Is this accurate? I had 1 big LISK address and a few smaller ones. I finally got around to combining them in a few weeks ago but the rewards have stayed about the same. Since adding the smaller ones effectively doubled the amount of LISK in that address I would think the rewards would be about doubled.

Or am I missing something obvious?

Thanks,
Dave


In the last few weeks a lot more people have started to vote for delegates so the rewards are kinda smaller. Maybe some delegates will start to give bigger rewards now??
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March 19, 2018, 08:11:58 PM
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Lisk, one of the greatest coins nowaday on cryptocurrncy world! I really fully support lisk, they should have the same price of ethereum.. great coin, innovation in technology and great community! All the way up team!
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March 19, 2018, 09:59:19 PM
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So, from the “This thread is 2200 pages long and I just can’t find the answer” pile I have a quick question. So if it has been asked and answered before sorry but there really needs to be a simple FAQ someplace. And a big honking blinking arrow to where it is, because if there is one I missed that too.

According to https://lisk.support/knowledge-base/#kb-voting-explained if I vote for a delegate and then add more LISK to the address that voted the extra LISK that I added are automatically counted.

Is this accurate? I had 1 big LISK address and a few smaller ones. I finally got around to combining them in a few weeks ago but the rewards have stayed about the same. Since adding the smaller ones effectively doubled the amount of LISK in that address I would think the rewards would be about doubled.

Or am I missing something obvious?

Thanks,
Dave


Some delegates pay monthly so you may not notice the increase for a bit.
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March 20, 2018, 03:22:56 AM
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What happened with LSK and the price drop? Was the re-branding not well received by users? Huh

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