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June 02, 2017, 12:55:02 PM
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Why can't I withdraw RISE from Yobit? Anyone having similar issues?

Yobit is the worst exchange around, i remember also many other users on bata coin that were having similar issues and the dev couldnt do anything, i dunno if and how they solved it.
The OP says it is traded at Yobit exchange so I bought a few RISE coins there and now I'd like to withdraw them. They are stuck with 0 confirmations. Not showing up on the blockchain either. Do they need a wallet update or what?

Glad I didn't buy more Smiley what a mess.

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June 02, 2017, 01:34:37 PM
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Hello community!
I'm not very good at crypto, so i have some questions.
What does it mean "round time" ? In Rise it's 17 minutes. It something for delegates?

Hi @TechPriest, good question.  Rise is based on a DPoS system (Delegated Proof of Stake). It functions through a series of rounds. Rounds consist of 101 individual blocks. Each block contains transactions that need confirmation and verification on the blockchain. Each of the 101 active delegates are randomly assigned 1 block within the round to forge and they receive Rise rewards for securing the network that way. A full cycle round takes 17 minutes, which is known as 'round time'.






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June 02, 2017, 01:48:26 PM
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Hello community!
I'm not very good at crypto, so i have some questions.
What does it mean "round time" ? In Rise it's 17 minutes. It something for delegates?

Hi @TechPriest, good question.  Rise is based on a DPoS system (Delegated Proof of Stake). It functions through a series of rounds. Rounds consist of 101 individual blocks. Each block contains transactions that need confirmation and verification on the blockchain. Each of the 101 active delegates are randomly assigned 1 block within the round to forge and they receive Rise rewards for securing the network that way. A full cycle round takes 17 minutes, which is known as 'round time'.

Any thoughts on the issue I mentioned with Yobit RISE withdrawals? Do they need to update their wallet or what?

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June 02, 2017, 01:56:52 PM
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Hi @TechPriest, good question.  Rise is based on a DPoS system (Delegated Proof of Stake). It functions through a series of rounds. Rounds consist of 101 individual blocks. Each block contains transactions that need confirmation and verification on the blockchain. Each of the 101 active delegates are randomly assigned 1 block within the round to forge and they receive Rise rewards for securing the network that way. A full cycle round takes 17 minutes, which is known as 'round time'.

It means that after 17 minutes new delegates is elected by some algorythm?

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June 02, 2017, 02:11:39 PM
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Any thoughts on the issue I mentioned with Yobit RISE withdrawals? Do they need to update their wallet or what?

Hi Epimetheus, I don't know why Yobit withdrawals aren't working for you. They haven't reported any issues to the Rise team. Yobit has the responsibility to keep the wallet online and functioning for their customers. We will shoot them an email and ask what is going on. As it could be an isolated incident I recommend that you open a support ticket with them as well (if you haven't done so already) and hopefully they will resolve the issue.

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June 02, 2017, 02:26:11 PM
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Any thoughts on the issue I mentioned with Yobit RISE withdrawals? Do they need to update their wallet or what?

Hi Epimetheus, I don't know why Yobit withdrawals aren't working for you. They haven't reported any issues to the Rise team. Yobit has the responsibility to keep the wallet online and functioning for their customers. We will shoot them an email and ask what is going on. As it could be an isolated incident I recommend that you open a support ticket with them as well (if you haven't done so already) and hopefully they will resolve the issue.
Thanks. I'd appreciate the e-mail and I did indeed open a ticket. No response yet. Patiently waiting.

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June 02, 2017, 02:56:13 PM
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Hi @TechPriest, good question.  Rise is based on a DPoS system (Delegated Proof of Stake). It functions through a series of rounds. Rounds consist of 101 individual blocks. Each block contains transactions that need confirmation and verification on the blockchain. Each of the 101 active delegates are randomly assigned 1 block within the round to forge and they receive Rise rewards for securing the network that way. A full cycle round takes 17 minutes, which is known as 'round time'.

It means that after 17 minutes new delegates is elected by some algorythm?

No, it just means after 17 minutes all 101 active delegates have forged a block, and it starts over again. These 101 active Delegates are elected through the votes from community Rise holders. The Delegates who are still outside of the top 101 are called 'standby' Delegates. The 'standby delegates' can at any time take the spot of any of the current 101 active delegates if they acquire enough vote weight to do so.

 


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June 02, 2017, 06:49:05 PM
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What time I am milioner  Huh

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June 03, 2017, 09:00:49 AM
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Hi guys did anybody got their ICO coins from Rise? I still haven't got my coins fromthe ICO website and the wesbite is down for a long time. I've contacted them a lot but never received any response! I've investe about 0.9426 BTC in the RISE ICO and I need to get my money back or my tokens! Please help me!
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June 03, 2017, 09:31:15 AM
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Hi guys did anybody got their ICO coins from Rise? I still haven't got my coins fromthe ICO website and the wesbite is down for a long time. I've contacted them a lot but never received any response! I've investe about 0.9426 BTC in the RISE ICO and I need to get my money back or my tokens! Please help me!
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June 03, 2017, 09:41:04 AM
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Rise is climbing very fast with an increase of 135% is has reached at 2580 satoshi already. I also bought couple of weeks ago at 500 satoshis range and will not sell not even a single under 10000 satoshi. We are getting 10k satoshi in couple of days. While it is cheaper still you can get on. It is a warm up for the long run which is about to start.

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June 03, 2017, 09:55:08 AM
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Hi guys did anybody got their ICO coins from Rise? I still haven't got my coins fromthe ICO website and the wesbite is down for a long time. I've contacted them a lot but never received any response! I've investe about 0.9426 BTC in the RISE ICO and I need to get my money back or my tokens! Please help me!

Hi @nick2050, if you opened a support ticket you'll be taken care of today as we'll manually process your withdrawal. If you haven't yet then please open a ticket at https://support.rise.vision   Thanks!


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June 03, 2017, 11:51:45 AM
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this project has disappointed a lot of investors and now they will once again disappoint investors for not giving them time to invest to RISE before it explodes to the moon up to the stars. i don't think its going to be their fault again if those who didn't wait and hold for some time. $0.07 for now but it may soon not cheap for some of us.

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June 03, 2017, 12:04:39 PM
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this project has disappointed a lot of investors and now they will once again disappoint investors for not giving them time to invest to RISE before it explodes to the moon up to the stars. i don't think its going to be their fault again if those who didn't wait and hold for some time. $0.07 for now but it may soon not cheap for some of us.

I made a bunch on rise moving around the low 100Sat's.

But, what is the reason rise is well, on the "rise"?

It really makes no sense. Is there even a product? Or plans for one?
Or is this just a pump n dump.

What's going on, info would be great

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June 03, 2017, 12:11:17 PM
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Fortunately I dumped this shit and joint Stratis ICO, and earn 1000x profit, fuck you RISE. I was unlucky but lucky eventually.
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June 03, 2017, 03:58:12 PM
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Fortunately I dumped this shit and joint Stratis ICO, and earn 1000x profit, fuck you RISE. I was unlucky but lucky eventually.

Sell Stratis (perfect project) and buy this shit  Smiley wait for Rise to rising

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June 03, 2017, 05:41:35 PM
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Any thoughts on the issue I mentioned with Yobit RISE withdrawals? Do they need to update their wallet or what?

Hi Epimetheus, I don't know why Yobit withdrawals aren't working for you. They haven't reported any issues to the Rise team. Yobit has the responsibility to keep the wallet online and functioning for their customers. We will shoot them an email and ask what is going on. As it could be an isolated incident I recommend that you open a support ticket with them as well (if you haven't done so already) and hopefully they will resolve the issue.
Thanks. I'd appreciate the e-mail and I did indeed open a ticket. No response yet. Patiently waiting.

You tried buying RISE from yobit where their price is less from any exchange that added RISE. You will wait for a years  but don't expect your ticket to be noticed. Yobit don't update their wallets so you can't sent it to another rise wallet. Just buy on bittrex.

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June 03, 2017, 06:02:51 PM
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140% growth in one day. A very good indicator, but I think few people have come to expect this.

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June 03, 2017, 06:09:41 PM
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140% growth in one day. A very good indicator, but I think few people have come to expect this.

Look at the previous posts. There is no development. The devs chose to pump and dump the coin rather than develop.
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June 03, 2017, 06:23:21 PM
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140% growth in one day. A very good indicator, but I think few people have come to expect this.

Look at the previous posts. There is no development. The devs chose to pump and dump the coin rather than develop.
No. they are about to update mainnet which will get delegates forging. so it's just delegates who want to forge and earn rewards buying in.
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