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December 06, 2016, 02:32:22 AM
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Look how these traders want to make a quick buck they want to shake off some of the bagholders. LMAO

We see this pattern often where traders will attempt to lower an attractive price to make their entries a bit sweeter usually right before news hits. It's useful to watch the thread and place bids when this happens to save a few hundred satoshi on entries. Very important if you invest a lot of BTC to do it slowly.

But its not the traders this time, its the actual market and the lack of good dev marketing and btc booming too, that dont help at all.
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December 06, 2016, 02:56:06 AM
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Buy the rumor, sell the news is a common thing in crypto. It happens over and over again and it's going to happen again tomorrow with the supposed good news. Those who buy after the news will regret it because it's going to be dumped again. Better not touch this because you will lose your money with this pump and dump thieves coin.

Lol coming from a newbie account to spread the fud


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December 06, 2016, 02:57:09 AM
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Let these fucking wankers sell. It helps me to buy low and lower. Smiley
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December 06, 2016, 02:58:07 AM
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Look how these traders want to make a quick buck they want to shake off some of the bagholders. LMAO

We see this pattern often where traders will attempt to lower an attractive price to make their entries a bit sweeter usually right before news hits. It's useful to watch the thread and place bids when this happens to save a few hundred satoshi on entries. Very important if you invest a lot of BTC to do it slowly.

First off I'm calling BS on your newbie ass.

"We see this pattern often where traders." Like you have been in the space for years? Then you would know newbie accounts are sketchy AF.

Nstratis was early, we had a bit of attrition and BTC went for a run. That's it. Lot's of ppl bowed out at X10 nothing wrong with that. Markets will always always test support and resistance levels. Bottoms and tops.

Maybe there were some whales or groups pushing the price, IMO if there were they were very very weak and maybe had 100 BTC to bully the books with. Pathetic if it was a "group." If a real group enters you'll know, at least 300 BTC on the buy side at all given times. Always out of reach and never filled.

While all that crap goes on, the team continues to deliver, surprise and demonstrate just how a professional team executes a business model.

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December 06, 2016, 03:04:21 AM
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Look how these traders want to make a quick buck they want to shake off some of the bagholders. LMAO

We see this pattern often where traders will attempt to lower an attractive price to make their entries a bit sweeter usually right before news hits. It's useful to watch the thread and place bids when this happens to save a few hundred satoshi on entries. Very important if you invest a lot of BTC to do it slowly.

But its not the traders this time, its the actual market and the lack of good dev marketing and btc booming too, that dont help at all.

We'll have to wait and see as the holidays are ramping up too but like I mentioned it's beneficial for everyone especially those getting in late. Traders make up one part of the market so it makes sense for some to sell and some to buy. We often pick up on the dips to keep the price from moving beyond our initial entry level.
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December 06, 2016, 03:07:01 AM
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Look how these traders want to make a quick buck they want to shake off some of the bagholders. LMAO

We see this pattern often where traders will attempt to lower an attractive price to make their entries a bit sweeter usually right before news hits. It's useful to watch the thread and place bids when this happens to save a few hundred satoshi on entries. Very important if you invest a lot of BTC to do it slowly.
Thats right buddy just continue watching and making good assessment for sure if the timing is right we will be able to earn good profits in returned stratis was already proved its success from time to time good luck

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December 06, 2016, 03:18:42 AM
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I am a developer for 23 years now and recently I found about this crypto thing besides Bitcoin. Didn't know that there were many projects. I found this idea very refreshing. Yet I have looked into the source code of this project and there are some holes. Seems like the ones in this project are too busy hurrying their project and it does no good to the security.
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December 06, 2016, 03:20:40 AM
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Look how these traders want to make a quick buck they want to shake off some of the bagholders. LMAO

We see this pattern often where traders will attempt to lower an attractive price to make their entries a bit sweeter usually right before news hits. It's useful to watch the thread and place bids when this happens to save a few hundred satoshi on entries. Very important if you invest a lot of BTC to do it slowly.

First off I'm calling BS on your newbie ass.

"We see this pattern often where traders." Like you have been in the space for years? Then you would know newbie accounts are sketchy AF.

Nstratis was early, we had a bit of attrition and BTC went for a run. That's it. Lot's of ppl bowed out at X10 nothing wrong with that. Markets will always always test support and resistance levels. Bottoms and tops.

Maybe there were some whales or groups pushing the price, IMO if there were they were very very weak and maybe had 100 BTC to bully the books with. Pathetic if it was a "group." If a real group enters you'll know, at least 300 BTC on the buy side at all given times. Always out of reach and never filled.

While all that crap goes on, the team continues to deliver, surprise and demonstrate just how a professional team executes a business model.


There's no need to be hostile. Lets try and remain courteous here and stay respectful of each other while we express our views and opinions. I can't talk for how others prefer to trade but not everyone will get their orders filled by putting down all their BTC at once.

Stratis is a very professional team that can execute and do it very well, I agree with you 100% on that one.

I am a developer for 23 years now and recently I found about this crypto thing besides Bitcoin. Didn't know that there were many projects. I found this idea very refreshing. Yet I have looked into the source code of this project and there are some holes. Seems like the ones in this project are too busy hurrying their project and it does no good to the security.

Can you give an example and we can get someone from the team to comment on it or apply any necessary changes?
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December 06, 2016, 03:21:47 AM
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I am a developer for 23 years now and recently I found about this crypto thing besides Bitcoin. Didn't know that there were many projects. I found this idea very refreshing. Yet I have looked into the source code of this project and there are some holes. Seems like the ones in this project are too busy hurrying their project and it does no good to the security.
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December 06, 2016, 03:26:55 AM
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Oh look another newbie account with an opinion and no specific facts.

Seems a target wasn't met and someone paid some ppl to post B.S on the thread to help their position.

Suck it wanker lol, we bought your suppression walls and were keeping the coins.

BTW i'd say at least three of the regulars on Stratis slack are millionaires, have fun competing with them.

If I were you i'd move on to another coin.

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December 06, 2016, 03:32:07 AM
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Good stuff here

Indeed our group has made some key notes towards considering a much larger position given the fundamentals of this project moving forward. We're waiting for additional details to be revealed on Tuesday before reaching a decision but so far it appears to be on the up and up with most of our team.

What group do you belong to?


It's true, Stratis has magnitudes of potential and a lot of high value information has been collected from the Slack chats alone that helped our consideration. The developers are working hard around the clock and it's truly refreshing to see compared to many of the other projects that had ICO this year.

You sort of contradict yourself here, firstly saying you're waiting for further project details to make a consideration for taking hold of a "larger position" (meaning?), and then you say the team has magnitudes of potential, and that the slack chats have helped your consideration (so a decision has been already made?)

please be more clear on your intentions as it seems your teetering as to which direction to go, what is your projected value towards STRATIS?

and group? pump group? or developers looking to use or adapt stratis services / tech to some project of your own?

We're a private group of investors based out of Maryland. Some have already invested in Stratis while others are still shopping around but a growing number of us are convinced Stratis will be the winning long play of 2017. We plan to take this to the discussion table and make a strong case for Stratis after Tuesday's announcement.


The fud is true. Sell now, dont be that last guy selling!

Yes, yes it is Wink

More like an illusion to make people think some imaginary big leaguers are on a forum investing lols. There is for sure money to be made trading Stratis and it's by getting people new people to invest and hold the bags

Papou have you sold up now then?

No, I haven't sold. I really want to know and be shown as well when I've ever made a statement saying the project won't be a success? What does that have to do with the daily market price?

I haven't said you've done any of that. Just haven't seen you around recently.

I got banned on slack Tongue

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December 06, 2016, 03:33:58 AM
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Yo P, I thought you were only temporarily banned?

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December 06, 2016, 03:34:34 AM
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They keep begging people to come to slack so they can get forced fed the bullshit lies from the dev team. Everyone should abandon their sensored slack and talk out in the open for everyone to listen.
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They keep begging people to come to slack so they can get forced fed the bullshit lies from the dev team. Everyone should abandon their sensored slack and talk out in the open for everyone to listen.

I'd be mad as hell at the world too if I invested my life in Clamcoin. I wish you peace brother.


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December 06, 2016, 03:43:34 AM
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They keep begging people to come to slack so they can get forced fed the bullshit lies from the dev team. Everyone should abandon their sensored slack and talk out in the open for everyone to listen.

Let these fucking wankers sell. It helps me to buy low and lower. Smiley


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December 06, 2016, 03:48:28 AM
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They keep begging people to come to slack so they can get forced fed the bullshit lies from the dev team. Everyone should abandon their sensored slack and talk out in the open for everyone to listen.

Joining is 100% a choice. I only encourage people to participate since that's usually where the latest news on developments happen first. Slack is a very useful tool for releases and community discussion that everyone should consider using to their advantage when they have the time.

I got banned on slack Tongue

That's very unfortunate... is there an appeal process? Not sure what you could have said or done to get banned but it's usually really 'lax in there.
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December 06, 2016, 03:52:24 AM
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Another whale dumped his stash and more dumping will come there isn't enough support to hold these prices.
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December 06, 2016, 03:53:40 AM
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Tomorrow's news has to do with Nic Dorier building tumblebit on Nbitcion/Nstratis node.

If you want to read what tumblebit is read this.

It solves, BTC's block size issue, anon and low tumbling fees all at once. It's just as far as I know no
one built a successful version. Until now.

And Stratis has something to do with it. Very exciting.


https://freedom-to-tinker.com/2016/09/13/improving-bitcoins-privacy-and-scalability-with-tumblebit/

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December 06, 2016, 03:56:35 AM
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From Nic's blog, https://medium.com/@nicolasdorier/tumblebit-tumbler-mode-ea44e9a2a2ec#.ecxv3ebem


TumbleBit: Tumbler Mode
As I am currently developing a hopefully production ready tumbler server and client implementation called NTumbleBit, I attempted to find the easiest way to model interactions in TumbleBit as easily as I could.
A tumbler is basically a service to remove any link between two addresses that you own. You send some coins to an address, tumbling happens, and you get some other coins, minus fees, back to another address.
Tumblers like Helix are costly (around 3%), and users need to trust Helix to not scam them by confiscating the coins sent to it. Not mentioning that such Tumbler might keep records of the mapping of the coins it tumbles.
TumbleBit solves this issue, by making the tumbler itself unaware of how to match input coin to output coin, it also prevents any theft from a malicious tumbler.
In Tumbler Mode, TumbleBit asks two time-locked escrow coin to be setup.
First coin will be escrowed by Client and can be spent under one of the two conditions:
Client and Tumbler sign,
Client signs and block height is above X
Second coin will be escrowed by Tumbler and can be spent under one of the two conditions:
Client and Tumbler sign,
Tumbler signs and block height is above X + Y
It means that the Tumbler need Bitcoins in reserve to escrow.
Since bitcoins are limited, the Tumbler need to ensure there is some cost into making it escrow some coins.
Keep also in mind that Tumbler must not be able to know which Client’s coins (the input) belongs to which Tumbler’s coin (the output).
Here is how to solve those problems in the escrow phase:
Client asks an unsigned voucher to Tumbler,
Client create its escrow coin, and wait a confirmation,
Client blind the voucher and asks Tumbler to sign,
Later, Client unblind the voucher, and show the signature to Tumbler,
Tumbler can now escrow a coin, because it knows Client escrowed one of its coin, but does not know which one,
In other word, the voucher constitutes a “proof of escrow”.
Now here is the trick: The tumbler can ask to the Client to escrow a coin whose value is “Amount + TumblerFee + DoSPrevention”.
However, Client would only send “Amount + TumblerFee” to the Tumbler, and get back DoSPrevention to one of his address.
By doing so, the Tumbler can impose a temporary cost to the Client for the privilege of escrowing one of his own coin.
In other word, if a Client wants to send 1 BTC to the Tumbler, the tumbler can ask to the Client to escrow 2 BTC. But the Tumbler would only escrow 1 BTC.
When the escrowed coins have been confirmed, the Client can sends money to the Tumbler in the Payment Phase. After the Payment phase, thanks to the Puzzle solver/promise protocols, the Client knows for sure that he will be able to cashout later.
After payment, the Tumbler cashouts.
Then the client cashouts out.
If for some reason the payment could not go through, the Tumbler and Client can cash out the coins they escrowed by waiting for the time-lock to expire.
All Tumbler’s Clients pass through these phases at the same time (in blocks) so the Tumbler can’t infer the new address of the Client by measuring timing.
Here is a summary:

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December 06, 2016, 04:51:27 AM
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Look how these traders want to make a quick buck they want to shake off some of the bagholders. LMAO

We see this pattern often where traders will attempt to lower an attractive price to make their entries a bit sweeter usually right before news hits. It's useful to watch the thread and place bids when this happens to save a few hundred satoshi on entries. Very important if you invest a lot of BTC to do it slowly.

But its not the traders this time, its the actual market and the lack of good dev marketing and btc booming too, that dont help at all.

We'll have to wait and see as the holidays are ramping up too but like I mentioned it's beneficial for everyone especially those getting in late. Traders make up one part of the market so it makes sense for some to sell and some to buy. We often pick up on the dips to keep the price from moving beyond our initial entry level.

But you know the holidays will only bring more pain and anguish. Its sad but true.
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