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March 03, 2016, 06:17:16 PM
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Could we get a block explorer that shows the current coin supply?

Yes. We are working on all this. We are still nailing down the following:

1. Finalize branding, logos, etc., pay the bounty
2. Add enough Website Content to satisfy exchanges
3. Block explorer (probably fairglu's) -- this much of the list will get us on yobit and/or bleutrade
4. We need to decide on where to host the Qt wallets so we can track downloads (not mediafire)
5. Finalize the medium-term development road map
6. Get the whitepaper finished (post bleutrade/yobit, pre bittrex)

It seems like a straightforward list, but we have multiple devs and we have to reach consensus about every little thing.

Once we finalize all decisions, we should proceed through the list pretty fast, although we will pace 4 & 5 to ensure we spend enough time at the smaller exchanges before we move to the larger.

sounds good but 3,4,5,6 are pretty much a parts of 2


We are going to go through the process in due time. First you get on small exchanges for price discovery and distribution. Then you go on big exchanges. There is no rush here. Miners can get out early at a smaller exchange with some good profit. And believers can hold for bigger exchanges or implementation of roadmap features.

We won't put the cart in front of the horse.

We are going to put some website content up within the day. For now, the community should start to try to help us get on yobit or bleutrade.

In the meantime, here is a block explorer with rich list: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ec/

Did not mean to be rude, just that for coins these days block explorer, road map, graphics are just standard things.
There is no rush to get on bigger exchanges and I agree with smaller exchanges first then later getting on to larger ones.
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March 03, 2016, 07:24:17 PM
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Could we get a block explorer that shows the current coin supply?

Yes. We are working on all this. We are still nailing down the following:

1. Finalize branding, logos, etc., pay the bounty
2. Add enough Website Content to satisfy exchanges
3. Block explorer (probably fairglu's) -- this much of the list will get us on yobit and/or bleutrade
4. We need to decide on where to host the Qt wallets so we can track downloads (not mediafire)
5. Finalize the medium-term development road map
6. Get the whitepaper finished (post bleutrade/yobit, pre bittrex)

It seems like a straightforward list, but we have multiple devs and we have to reach consensus about every little thing.

Once we finalize all decisions, we should proceed through the list pretty fast, although we will pace 4 & 5 to ensure we spend enough time at the smaller exchanges before we move to the larger.

sounds good but 3,4,5,6 are pretty much a parts of 2


We are going to go through the process in due time. First you get on small exchanges for price discovery and distribution. Then you go on big exchanges. There is no rush here. Miners can get out early at a smaller exchange with some good profit. And believers can hold for bigger exchanges or implementation of roadmap features.

We won't put the cart in front of the horse.

We are going to put some website content up within the day. For now, the community should start to try to help us get on yobit or bleutrade.

In the meantime, here is a block explorer with rich list: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ec/

nice.  one step closer to exchanging.
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March 03, 2016, 07:33:55 PM
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Could we get a block explorer that shows the current coin supply?

Yes. We are working on all this. We are still nailing down the following:

1. Finalize branding, logos, etc., pay the bounty
2. Add enough Website Content to satisfy exchanges
3. Block explorer (probably fairglu's) -- this much of the list will get us on yobit and/or bleutrade
4. We need to decide on where to host the Qt wallets so we can track downloads (not mediafire)
5. Finalize the medium-term development road map
6. Get the whitepaper finished (post bleutrade/yobit, pre bittrex)

It seems like a straightforward list, but we have multiple devs and we have to reach consensus about every little thing.

Once we finalize all decisions, we should proceed through the list pretty fast, although we will pace 4 & 5 to ensure we spend enough time at the smaller exchanges before we move to the larger.

sounds good but 3,4,5,6 are pretty much a parts of 2


We are going to go through the process in due time. First you get on small exchanges for price discovery and distribution. Then you go on big exchanges. There is no rush here. Miners can get out early at a smaller exchange with some good profit. And believers can hold for bigger exchanges or implementation of roadmap features.

We won't put the cart in front of the horse.

We are going to put some website content up within the day. For now, the community should start to try to help us get on yobit or bleutrade.

In the meantime, here is a block explorer with rich list: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ec/

nice.  one step closer to exchanging.

well shit, one address has 44% of total supply....
This is either going to be a crazy pump or already a dead coin....
Doesn't help that they are staking constantly as well...  Lips sealed
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March 03, 2016, 08:25:33 PM
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Any exchange for that crypto?
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March 03, 2016, 08:40:43 PM
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Any exchange for that crypto?

none yet... added to voting list for SafeCex
https://safecex.com/coin/add?q=ec
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March 03, 2016, 08:47:52 PM
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Any exchange for that crypto?

none yet... added to voting list for SafeCex
https://safecex.com/coin/add?q=ec

An exchange would be a good plan.  Cool

Because the block reward becomes less and less.

The same applies to POS reward.
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March 03, 2016, 11:19:04 PM
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If possible I would like to see some sort of voting/proposal mechanism for EC like DNET has.
It encourages community participation and would require certain minimum investment to influence direction of EC.
If you insert a masternode system of some sort, you can split up PoS rewards (voting rights is good enough too).
Also I would like to see 10 EC PoS inflation decrease to <5 over time.
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March 04, 2016, 12:27:12 AM
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If possible I would like to see some sort of voting/proposal mechanism for EC like DNET has.
It encourages community participation and would require certain minimum investment to influence direction of EC.
If you insert a masternode system of some sort, you can split up PoS rewards (voting rights is good enough too).
Also I would like to see 10 EC PoS inflation decrease to <5 over time.

There isn't any reason to reduce the 10 EC inflation rate. Over time, the fixed reward will represent less and less inflation.

I don't anticipate anyone on the team embracing masternodes. We don't see a use for them unless someone can make a very compelling case.

It's not clear how a community is going to implement anything it votes for. How do you see that working?
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March 04, 2016, 01:16:45 AM
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Is there a minimum amount, at which staking becomes possible?Also, it seems that the wallet weight does not change?
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March 04, 2016, 05:03:13 AM
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Is there a minimum amount, at which staking becomes possible?Also, it seems that the wallet weight does not change?

There is a minimum amount, but you would probably never actually stake with it. You could stake with 1 EC.


On another topic, we have moved the downloads to bitbucket:

Windows: https://bitbucket.org/EclipseCrypto/eclipse-releases/raw/9bd27571239dcd77a44e6b3dd96eea5673c1cad0/Eclipse-Qt-1.0.0.zip

Mac: https://bitbucket.org/EclipseCrypto/eclipse-releases/raw/9bd27571239dcd77a44e6b3dd96eea5673c1cad0/Eclipse-Qt.dmg
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March 04, 2016, 05:15:00 AM
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Hi Dev,

HiPoS Reward: 300 Corona, decreasing by 10/day to 20 Corona
Post-HiPoS Reward: 10 Corona

What are Corona's?
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March 04, 2016, 06:34:34 AM
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Hi Dev,

HiPoS Reward: 300 Corona, decreasing by 10/day to 20 Corona
Post-HiPoS Reward: 10 Corona

What are Corona's?

Eclipse has two currencies: coronas and eclipse. A corona the clear currency. Eclipse is the dark currency, protected by cryptographic ring signatures.

Somewhere in cyberspace you can read "A corona (Latin, 'crown') is an aura of plasma that surrounds the sun and other celestial bodies. The Sun's corona extends millions of kilometres into space and is most easily seen during a total solar eclipse, but it is also observable with a coronagraph".

In other words, it's the part you see. "Corona" or "Crown" or similar is used as the name of many currencies, referring of course to the crown of a monarch. The crown of a monarch is meant to represent halo in western cultures, which itself can be traced to representing the corona of the sun. And we come full circle with the etymology and symbolism.
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March 04, 2016, 07:18:56 AM
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If possible I would like to see some sort of voting/proposal mechanism for EC like DNET has.
It encourages community participation and would require certain minimum investment to influence direction of EC.
If you insert a masternode system of some sort, you can split up PoS rewards (voting rights is good enough too).
Also I would like to see 10 EC PoS inflation decrease to <5 over time.

There isn't any reason to reduce the 10 EC inflation rate. Over time, the fixed reward will represent less and less inflation.

I don't anticipate anyone on the team embracing masternodes. We don't see a use for them unless someone can make a very compelling case.

It's not clear how a community is going to implement anything it votes for. How do you see that working?

the 10 EC inflation rate can be discussed later I think.

The masternode idea was more to have a cut off for being able to vote (owning at least x EC = 1 vote) like how DNET is doing. They do not have to give rewards, I just think the voting part can be useful.

The community might not be able to implement what they vote for but this way you will have a way to see what people who are invested into EC will think.

You guys want to add something to EC but aren't sure? Then you submit proposal/vote and see what EC owners think. If you look at DNET, it encourages community participation.
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March 04, 2016, 07:43:25 AM
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Could we get a block explorer that shows the current coin supply?

Yes. We are working on all this. We are still nailing down the following:

1. Finalize branding, logos, etc., pay the bounty
2. Add enough Website Content to satisfy exchanges
3. Block explorer (probably fairglu's) -- this much of the list will get us on yobit and/or bleutrade
4. We need to decide on where to host the Qt wallets so we can track downloads (not mediafire)
5. Finalize the medium-term development road map
6. Get the whitepaper finished (post bleutrade/yobit, pre bittrex)

It seems like a straightforward list, but we have multiple devs and we have to reach consensus about every little thing.

Once we finalize all decisions, we should proceed through the list pretty fast, although we will pace 4 & 5 to ensure we spend enough time at the smaller exchanges before we move to the larger.

sounds good but 3,4,5,6 are pretty much a parts of 2


We are going to go through the process in due time. First you get on small exchanges for price discovery and distribution. Then you go on big exchanges. There is no rush here. Miners can get out early at a smaller exchange with some good profit. And believers can hold for bigger exchanges or implementation of roadmap features.

We won't put the cart in front of the horse.

We are going to put some website content up within the day. For now, the community should start to try to help us get on yobit or bleutrade.

In the meantime, here is a block explorer with rich list: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ec/

nice.  one step closer to exchanging.

well shit, one address has 44% of total supply....
This is either going to be a crazy pump or already a dead coin....
Doesn't help that they are staking constantly as well...  Lips sealed

85% of the supply is claimed, and one wallet has 44%. Who thought 2.1 million max in a couple weeks would be a good idea? Great concept, but hair-brained approach.
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March 04, 2016, 07:50:45 AM
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Could we get a block explorer that shows the current coin supply?

Yes. We are working on all this. We are still nailing down the following:

1. Finalize branding, logos, etc., pay the bounty
2. Add enough Website Content to satisfy exchanges
3. Block explorer (probably fairglu's) -- this much of the list will get us on yobit and/or bleutrade
4. We need to decide on where to host the Qt wallets so we can track downloads (not mediafire)
5. Finalize the medium-term development road map
6. Get the whitepaper finished (post bleutrade/yobit, pre bittrex)

It seems like a straightforward list, but we have multiple devs and we have to reach consensus about every little thing.

Once we finalize all decisions, we should proceed through the list pretty fast, although we will pace 4 & 5 to ensure we spend enough time at the smaller exchanges before we move to the larger.

sounds good but 3,4,5,6 are pretty much a parts of 2


We are going to go through the process in due time. First you get on small exchanges for price discovery and distribution. Then you go on big exchanges. There is no rush here. Miners can get out early at a smaller exchange with some good profit. And believers can hold for bigger exchanges or implementation of roadmap features.

We won't put the cart in front of the horse.

We are going to put some website content up within the day. For now, the community should start to try to help us get on yobit or bleutrade.

In the meantime, here is a block explorer with rich list: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ec/

nice.  one step closer to exchanging.

well shit, one address has 44% of total supply....
This is either going to be a crazy pump or already a dead coin....
Doesn't help that they are staking constantly as well...  Lips sealed

85% of the supply is claimed, and one wallet has 44%. Who thought 2.1 million max in a couple weeks would be a good idea? Great concept, but hair-brained approach.


A couple of years ago, all coins were distributed like this and there would be 400 miners on a coin in 30 minutes. Nowadays, you can't get 4 miners before two days go by. I guess times have changed.
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March 04, 2016, 07:54:04 AM
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Could we get a block explorer that shows the current coin supply?

Yes. We are working on all this. We are still nailing down the following:

1. Finalize branding, logos, etc., pay the bounty
2. Add enough Website Content to satisfy exchanges
3. Block explorer (probably fairglu's) -- this much of the list will get us on yobit and/or bleutrade
4. We need to decide on where to host the Qt wallets so we can track downloads (not mediafire)
5. Finalize the medium-term development road map
6. Get the whitepaper finished (post bleutrade/yobit, pre bittrex)

It seems like a straightforward list, but we have multiple devs and we have to reach consensus about every little thing.

Once we finalize all decisions, we should proceed through the list pretty fast, although we will pace 4 & 5 to ensure we spend enough time at the smaller exchanges before we move to the larger.

sounds good but 3,4,5,6 are pretty much a parts of 2


We are going to go through the process in due time. First you get on small exchanges for price discovery and distribution. Then you go on big exchanges. There is no rush here. Miners can get out early at a smaller exchange with some good profit. And believers can hold for bigger exchanges or implementation of roadmap features.

We won't put the cart in front of the horse.

We are going to put some website content up within the day. For now, the community should start to try to help us get on yobit or bleutrade.

In the meantime, here is a block explorer with rich list: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ec/

nice.  one step closer to exchanging.

well shit, one address has 44% of total supply....
This is either going to be a crazy pump or already a dead coin....
Doesn't help that they are staking constantly as well...  Lips sealed

85% of the supply is claimed, and one wallet has 44%. Who thought 2.1 million max in a couple weeks would be a good idea? Great concept, but hair-brained approach.


A couple of years ago, all coins were distributed like this and there would be 400 miners on a coin in 30 minutes. Nowadays, you can't get 4 miners before two days go by. I guess times have changed.


Sorry to say but a year ago, Sources of a release on github could be compiled without a fuss and without multiple tries immediately... Wink

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March 04, 2016, 08:31:22 AM
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Sorry to say but a year ago, Sources of a release on github could be compiled without a fuss and without multiple tries immediately... Wink

That's because they were all pure clone coins. Pure clone coins build out of the box.

We have no argument with you, though. I'd say our mistake was that we launched something that is not a clone coin as if it were a clone coin, and that didn't leave much room for error.

But once built, you can't argue that this puppy isn't a great coin for mining, staking, and its intended functionality.


On another topic, what are people's thoughts on this "HTML5 wallet" that Eclipse presently uses? Seriously, I thought it would be cool but I find that I'm not so fond of it.

What does everyone think?
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March 04, 2016, 02:12:32 PM
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My problem is not solved
How to fix it? I download new wallet, but still the same



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March 04, 2016, 03:50:52 PM
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Sorry guys, I will no longer be mining this. 44% instamined +HIPOS.  Distribution is fucked.
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March 04, 2016, 03:53:02 PM
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My problem is not solved
How to fix it? I download new wallet, but still the same






Just try twice. This happens to all Qts. You have to restart it once.
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