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Author Topic: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin, true deletable blockchain - V3 Hardfork on block 210000  (Read 608055 times)
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November 24, 2017, 08:37:23 AM
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This coin will be soon worth around 0.03$, do not bother mining it
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November 24, 2017, 09:30:28 AM
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i admire your conference , but as we all know ,you are wrong

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November 24, 2017, 10:19:54 AM
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only 16btc buy support Grin only bots are traing.. you should wake up guys
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November 24, 2017, 01:14:49 PM
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theoretical you can solo mine, but it will take very very long time looooooooooong time before you mine a block. So don't try.

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So I have a wallet with some private keys generated. How do I know which account #'s are mine? I pool mine and send to Poloniex and  I want to send from Poloniex to my own wallet account. How does one do that?  

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If you have Pasc on poloniex,  you can send a few pasc to pascwallet (https://www.pascwallet.com/Market/Purchase) or getpasa (http://getpasa.com/) to buy a pasa (pasc account). A pasa associates with a public key. Then you can withdraw other pasc to your local account, and you can pool mine and send direct to your local account. While pool mine, you should not only get psac, but also pasa (every pasa for twenty pasc).
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Thank you.  I do have a lot of hash power though, a number of machines with 6-8 video cards each.  Couldn't I solo mine to generate my own accounts, and is there instructions on how to do that somewhere?  I think the references I find on youtube and elsewhere are outdated and use the old pascalminer that used to be released with the wallet.
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November 24, 2017, 03:18:15 PM
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theoretical you can solo mine, but it will take very very long time looooooooooong time before you mine a block. So don't try.

Comment:
So I have a wallet with some private keys generated. How do I know which account #'s are mine? I pool mine and send to Poloniex and  I want to send from Poloniex to my own wallet account. How does one do that?  

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If you have Pasc on poloniex,  you can send a few pasc to pascwallet (https://www.pascwallet.com/Market/Purchase) or getpasa (http://getpasa.com/) to buy a pasa (pasc account). A pasa associates with a public key. Then you can withdraw other pasc to your local account, and you can pool mine and send direct to your local account. While pool mine, you should not only get psac, but also pasa (every pasa for twenty pasc).
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Thank you.  I do have a lot of hash power though, a number of machines with 6-8 video cards each.  Couldn't I solo mine to generate my own accounts, and is there instructions on how to do that somewhere?  I think the references I find on youtube and elsewhere are outdated and use the old pascalminer that used to be released with the wallet.
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You can have multiple key pairs in your wallet, but that doesn't mean you have an account. You must obtain an account through the various ways mentioned here. PASA (accounts) are not generated in the wallet. To have an account (PASA), one of your private keys must be associated to it. That's what makes PASC so special. You don't need to know your long address key, just your easy to remember PASA, like 1234-56.

The ability to use easy to remember accounts linked to key pairs keeps the blockchain lean and mean, no bloat like all the other coins. This combined with instant 0-conf transactions leads to infinite scaling. I eventually see being able to run a full node on mobile with advanced features never seen before in the blockchain space.

For solo mining, look into pascalproxyv2.

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November 24, 2017, 05:47:18 PM
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Just to be clear, there are no scaling issues with this coin whatsoever, correct? It could handle millions of transactions a day and aside from balances individual transactions would be longterm private since they are not recorded permanently?
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November 24, 2017, 10:12:51 PM
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Just to be clear, there are no scaling issues with this coin whatsoever, correct? It could handle millions of transactions a day and aside from balances individual transactions would be longterm private since they are not recorded permanently?

Miners still add blocks to the blockchain, but wallets don't need the blockchain to function.

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November 25, 2017, 12:35:13 AM
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i guess it will start to rally again soon,

you know these coins are totally controlled by exchange and devs, the affect of investors is just a copy of the moves from exchange and devs, yesterday so many buy orders were dumped in seconds, some1 was sitting there with 300k pasc and selling no mather what price no mather how much, no investor buys so many coins to dump it at -20% , you have to be the exchange cooperating with the dev to totally control the price to make the curve like you want it to go to earn money in every up and down, even if a coin is undervalued it will x2 fast and lose 50% and make x3 and lose 60 % and so on, with this knowledge you drive the price high and you have more coins !



As much as I would like to disagree with this post,  it did happen.

Polo shutting down withdrawals.  Missing withdrawals marked complete not on the blockchain.

But one account managed to withdraw close to 1 million in 5 days.

The guy with few GPUs in his basement will always lose.

Hold onto your coins, keep them in your local wallet... I did.

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November 25, 2017, 04:01:07 AM
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This coin will be soon worth around 0.03$, do not bother mining it

LOL, you're funny. It's having a pretty good rally at the moment; it was trading around $0.20 a week or two ago, and is now at $0.618341. You may be on your own in that sentiment. Don't mistake the over-all decline of alts caused be BTC forks as an indication of the health of Pascal.
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November 25, 2017, 10:00:57 PM
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This coin will be soon worth around 0.03$, do not bother mining it

LOL, you're funny. It's having a pretty good rally at the moment; it was trading around $0.20 a week or two ago, and is now at $0.618341. You may be on your own in that sentiment. Don't mistake the over-all decline of alts caused be BTC forks as an indication of the health of Pascal.

It was not trading at 20 cents a week or two ago.  It was still around 60 cents.  All the alts are going up.  ZEC, ETH, ETC, XMR will hit all time high soon, because BTC is getting closer to 10 grand.

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November 26, 2017, 06:14:33 AM
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theoretical you can solo mine, but it will take very very long time looooooooooong time before you mine a block. So don't try.

Comment:
So I have a wallet with some private keys generated. How do I know which account #'s are mine? I pool mine and send to Poloniex and  I want to send from Poloniex to my own wallet account. How does one do that?  

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If you have Pasc on poloniex,  you can send a few pasc to pascwallet (https://www.pascwallet.com/Market/Purchase) or getpasa (http://getpasa.com/) to buy a pasa (pasc account). A pasa associates with a public key. Then you can withdraw other pasc to your local account, and you can pool mine and send direct to your local account. While pool mine, you should not only get psac, but also pasa (every pasa for twenty pasc).
==========================================================================================================================================

New Question:
Thank you.  I do have a lot of hash power though, a number of machines with 6-8 video cards each.  Couldn't I solo mine to generate my own accounts, and is there instructions on how to do that somewhere?  I think the references I find on youtube and elsewhere are outdated and use the old pascalminer that used to be released with the wallet.


You can have multiple key pairs in your wallet, but that doesn't mean you have an account. You must obtain an account through the various ways mentioned here. PASA (accounts) are not generated in the wallet. To have an account (PASA), one of your private keys must be associated to it. That's what makes PASC so special. You don't need to know your long address key, just your easy to remember PASA, like 1234-56.

The ability to use easy to remember accounts linked to key pairs keeps the blockchain lean and mean, no bloat like all the other coins. This combined with instant 0-conf transactions leads to infinite scaling. I eventually see being able to run a full node on mobile with advanced features never seen before in the blockchain space.

For solo mining, look into pascalproxyv2.
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I have looked for info on pascalproxyv2 and there is very little information that is recent.  All the solo mining posts are outdated and I cannot find any links on solo mining that work with the latest version of the wallet.  I would like to generate my own address and solo mine.  Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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November 26, 2017, 07:28:34 AM
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Why pascal is listing only on one single exchange? Does pascal have  plans to be add on other exchanges?
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November 26, 2017, 09:00:03 AM
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Why pascal is listing only on one single exchange? Does pascal have  plans to be add on other exchanges?

Because we need the help of the community to get listed, the exchanges are starting to see requests so I expect soon we will be listed on some exchanges
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November 26, 2017, 10:24:05 AM
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Why pascal is listing only on one single exchange? Does pascal have  plans to be add on other exchanges?

Because we need the help of the community to get listed, the exchanges are starting to see requests so I expect soon we will be listed on some exchanges

Soon it will get delisted and price will be below 2000sat  Grin panic sell begins
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November 26, 2017, 10:30:31 AM
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8-9 months ago I did not make any money from pascal in any coin. Investors are very sad.


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November 26, 2017, 10:56:14 AM
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8-9 months ago I did not make any money from pascal in any coin. Investors are very sad.

Pascal Coin never was an ico or premined coin. Pure pos + regular development activities. Cool features and uniqe technologies. You bought at last ath I think, just wait and be patient, soon big things will come out Smiley
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November 26, 2017, 10:59:03 AM
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Why pascal is listing only on one single exchange? Does pascal have  plans to be add on other exchanges?

Because we need the help of the community to get listed, the exchanges are starting to see requests so I expect soon we will be listed on some exchanges

Soon it will get delisted and price will be below 2000sat  Grin panic sell begins
Agree, single point of failure Angry
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November 26, 2017, 11:59:29 AM
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Congratulations https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/adding-pascal-coin-to-bitfinexcom-website  Cool
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November 26, 2017, 12:37:43 PM
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8-9 months ago I did not make any money from pascal in any coin. Investors are very sad.

Soon it will get delisted and price will be below 2000sat  Grin panic sell begins

People... when you lose money, ask yourself questions and learn from your mistakes, we all made bad choices in life and cryptos choices, and we all lost money at some times, now grow up and learn from your mistakes.

And by the way: are you 12 years old or what?  Huh
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