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September 29, 2016, 08:05:48 AM
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The listing guidelines on Bittrex are extremely tight, and I'm afraid that it may classify Omicron as a security (even though it isn't one). Bittrex doesn't lists currencies it deems as a "security".

I would like to inform you all that although the exchange matters on the price performance and the volume of a currency, the biggest influence on the value of an asset is the substance backing it. You can have a coin sitting on Poloniex, but its value will stagnate if there is nothing on the table for investors.

In the case of Omicron, it brings a strong buying incentive as the stake required to receive dividends is quite sizeable, and the only means for new investors (or old investors to increase their position) to enter the market is to buy from an exchange, no matter how big or small the reputation of the business may be.

I have a feeling that through positive yields on biweekly dividends, we will pave our own path towards a massive and successful cryptocurrency investment project. Many big exchanges used to be very small. They all started somewhere. What brought them popularity and fame? Successful altcoins. Successful coin projects is what brought the volume and userbase to the big exchanges we see today. Who thinks that Omicron has the chance to turn a small exchange into a high-volume giant? Some food for thought.


Those are nice thoughts indeed. However to achiev that we need to be patient and see some solid bi-weekly payments. When shareholders get reasonable biweekly dividends people will understand the value of this fund.

The only thing I expect from you Gladimor is to publish some numbers and share the unsold coins address so other people can trust this fund too.

After all there are only 18k coins on sale at Yobit, if someone wants to buy them all, he wouldn't even get very high share anyway. Good to see investors are more interested in biweekly funds than small term profit.


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September 29, 2016, 11:30:58 AM
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The listing guidelines on Bittrex are extremely tight, and I'm afraid that it may classify Omicron as a security (even though it isn't one). Bittrex doesn't lists currencies it deems as a "security".

I would like to inform you all that although the exchange matters on the price performance and the volume of a currency, the biggest influence on the value of an asset is the substance backing it. You can have a coin sitting on Poloniex, but its value will stagnate if there is nothing on the table for investors.

In the case of Omicron, it brings a strong buying incentive as the stake required to receive dividends is quite sizeable, and the only means for new investors (or old investors to increase their position) to enter the market is to buy from an exchange, no matter how big or small the reputation of the business may be.

I have a feeling that through positive yields on biweekly dividends, we will pave our own path towards a massive and successful cryptocurrency investment project. Many big exchanges used to be very small. They all started somewhere. What brought them popularity and fame? Successful altcoins. Successful coin projects is what brought the volume and userbase to the big exchanges we see today. Who thinks that Omicron has the chance to turn a small exchange into a high-volume giant? Some food for thought.


Those are nice thoughts indeed. However to achiev that we need to be patient and see some solid bi-weekly payments. When shareholders get reasonable biweekly dividends people will understand the value of this fund.

The only thing I expect from you Gladimor is to publish some numbers and share the unsold coins address so other people can trust this fund too.

After all there are only 18k coins on sale at Yobit, if someone wants to buy them all, he wouldn't even get very high share anyway. Good to see investors are more interested in biweekly funds than small term profit.
Indeed. The only reason I'd like to see OMC listed on a second exchange is redundancy. It doesn't even have to be a large one, just one that can be expected to stay around for a while. Another issue with Bittrex, and C-Cex as well (I don't know how it is with Polo), is they quite enforce their requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed after the initial grace period. OMC isn't a coin whose purpose is on transactions. So while some investors are looking for trading opportunities most coins, hopefully since it means good dividends are paid, are dormant or staking securely in personal wallets which means 0.2 BTC volume a day might not come easily to OMC and, unusually, for OMC less volume can be a good sign.

That brings me to another thought:
If things turns out good and people stick to their OMC, should Gladimor unlock unsold coins to sell them on the market if there are not enough sale offers at a sensible price to allow new investors to qualify for dividends?
If not the price has a better chance to skyrocket but while it looks good to see the investment value skyrocket it's a bit of a one time plus. After all you'll have to leave OMC to profit fully. Then it quite likely puts off possible investors that are not so hot on waiting indefinitely for buy offers to fill. Then selling coins would allow further money to enter the trading fund with less coins attached to it, given the sale price is above IAO price. I believe long term that could do better than an exit chance with even a very big nice cherry on top.

Now what would be a sensible price and what should be additional rules?
Well, my idea would be
-not selling below twice the IAO price, so lets say 0.00025 BTC per coin minimum
-not more than 25k-50k offered at a time, depending on the number of markets OMC is listed
-the 'sensible price' in my eyes would be 10k coins available in the range up to 4 times the price of the lowest sell offer and those 4 times the lowest sell offer would be the price to place the additional coins at. That would put a damper on things like price rising 1000% stuff but on the other hand I would already think at least twice if I possibly have to buy for a price 4 times the current selling price and I consider it already a bit high, perhaps too high
-I don't want to set a rule how often the markets should be checked or open orders adapted to new circumstances
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September 29, 2016, 12:23:12 PM
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Hey, I appreciate if someone here could explain to me in simpler terms how this works? What is the market capitalization and which exchanges support this coin?

Right now we only have Yobit. But we are the very beginning of moving forward.

The simple way is this: Gladimor is a good trader, he did some funds previously which I'm sure most of the initial investors previously joined. This is more than a collective fund than a coin to be honest. We collected btc and you can become a share holder by holding at least 10k omicron. There will be biweekly dividend payments which will occur in a few days.

The reason why here is silent is because everyone is waiting for first dividends to see it as a legit project. We are by no means in race with Iconomi or other funds. I've personally invested in Gladimor's funds before and never got sad. This one is in coin form.

As soon as we get the first dividends in a few days, people will see what a hidden gem this coin is.

Okay. So as long as we show proof that we hold OMICRON coins, we will be paid interest based on the amount we hold? Sounds good. How do we prove to others the amount that we hold? Is this a manual process?

You guys do know Gladimor is making great money off of you guys and giving you peanuts in return?

Based on previous discussions, the average returns from Delta investment per week is around 10-12 percent. I am okay with this rate per week.

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September 29, 2016, 02:02:24 PM
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I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money
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September 29, 2016, 02:32:11 PM
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if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...

That's a good question! Perhaps information flow for new investors is bad. In need of updates.

http://delta.investments
- Still saying
PROSPECTUS
Will be available on September 3, 2016.
which is very much outdated by now.
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

First post in this thread
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

Probably more. So it would have to mostly target users who have not invested yet.

OMC is most likely not a ponzi. (I conclude that from Gladimor's clean history and zero reported scams after years.) But I think most ponzi have a more pretty website than delta.investments. For example have a look at the [don't invest] bestinvest.io [don't invest] ponzi scam. It looks a lot easier, better.

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September 29, 2016, 04:48:47 PM
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if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...

That's a good question! Perhaps information flow for new investors is bad. In need of updates.

http://delta.investments
- Still saying
PROSPECTUS
Will be available on September 3, 2016.
which is very much outdated by now.
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

First post in this thread
- No information on dividends to be expected.
- Confusing now irrelevant and outdated talk about swap-in and IAO.

Probably more. So it would have to mostly target users who have not invested yet.

OMC is most likely not a ponzi. (I conclude that from Gladimor's clean history and zero reported scams after years.) But I think most ponzi have a more pretty website than delta.investments. For example have a look at the [don't invest] bestinvest.io [don't invest] ponzi scam. It looks a lot easier, better.
My guess would be most investors learned about this coin during the time of the IAO and since the BTC spend there are vital to generate the dividends they went in with all they are prepared to invest. So it's up to few latecomers, people like me who didn't manage to free up enough funds soon enough to meet their target or people deciding to enlarge their portfolio because it's cheap to do so now to counter the short time traders who usually enter any ICO in case the price skyrockets after exchange listing. The other investors might watch the price with some concern but aren't that worried about it to do something about it because they are in here for the dividend and once the dividends arrive the price is very likely to fix itself.
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September 29, 2016, 05:09:24 PM
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.....The only reason I'd like to see OMC listed on a second exchange is redundancy. It doesn't even have to be a large one, just one that can be expected to stay around for a while. Another issue with Bittrex, and C-Cex as well (I don't know how it is with Polo), is they quite enforce their requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed after the initial grace period. OMC isn't a coin whose purpose is on transactions. ....

OMC could easily be listed on (very) small exchanges

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I think https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ would be good,
there is no requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed.

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September 29, 2016, 07:16:20 PM
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I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.


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September 29, 2016, 07:20:11 PM
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I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.

So this is more like Over The Counter style offline trading between holders of the coins? As long as it is active maintained and active public interest in the coin, it has a good future.

However, I do feel that communication and marketing wise it can be improved a little. Smiley I was looking through trying to understand how this thing works and I don't quite get it.

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September 29, 2016, 07:55:07 PM
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I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.

So this is more like Over The Counter style offline trading between holders of the coins? As long as it is active maintained and active public interest in the coin, it has a good future.

However, I do feel that communication and marketing wise it can be improved a little. Smiley I was looking through trying to understand how this thing works and I don't quite get it.

Yup, maybe we could have marketed it more. But keep in my mind that Gladimor isn't backed by huge whales like iconomi. Its just a one guy who has done several good profitable investment funds before and mostly those who did bussiness with him trusted him. No fancy bounties, websites or devcons. The total aim wasn't huge either, only 1000 btc lol.


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September 29, 2016, 09:51:45 PM
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Okay. So as long as we show proof that we hold OMICRON coins, we will be paid interest based on the amount we hold? Sounds good. How do we prove to others the amount that we hold? Is this a manual process?
Almost forgot to address this. The first step of the proving process is sending a minimum of 10k into one address of yours, then follow the steps and fill out the form here on Gladimors site: http://delta.investments/iao/
If a payout is due Gladimor checks all registered addresses on the block explorer and pays out accordingly.

I think https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ would be good,
there is no requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed.
Yes, Cryptopia would fit here nicely and since it's voting/paid voting the community can do this for the coin. However, heading there to suggest Omicron for the voting list I hit an obstacle:
The ticker OMC is already used by Omnicoin.
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I don't want to appear as a hater or fuder here but if everyone agree that omc is that good why there is no buys in market ...there some coins nearly 40% below ico for 3 days .. No buy orders .. Still no accurate numbers on sold/coins in circulation .. Me as investor all this worry me risking my money


Those are valid concers. But keep in mind that almost all the omicron investors are real investors who are waiting for the dividends rather than a quick sell off. You can easily understand this by the total amount of coins on sale. Its only 18k and its a joke since its almost the minimum stake you can hold (10,000 omicron). Basically, as someone101 said, omicron isn't build for trading, it will definetly be trading when the biweekly payments will be paid though. Hence there are no buyers and there are no sellers.

The reason we got low IAO is because Gladimor didn't make fancy website and huge marketing like Iconomi. This is more like a small traders club where we trust our btc to a user we all dealed with before. I'm sure at the very moment Gladimor and all investors feel the same.

So this is more like Over The Counter style offline trading between holders of the coins? As long as it is active maintained and active public interest in the coin, it has a good future.

However, I do feel that communication and marketing wise it can be improved a little. Smiley I was looking through trying to understand how this thing works and I don't quite get it.

Yup, maybe we could have marketed it more. But keep in my mind that Gladimor isn't backed by huge whales like iconomi. Its just a one guy who has done several good profitable investment funds before and mostly those who did bussiness with him trusted him. No fancy bounties, websites or devcons. The total aim wasn't huge either, only 1000 btc lol.



I think in the long run, both Gladimor and ourselves must protect our bitcointalk forum account especially since a bigger amount of funds are involved and we must be sure the person we are talking to is really who they really it. I really hope bitcointalk implement two factor auth soon.

Yes. I trust Gladimor.


Okay. So as long as we show proof that we hold OMICRON coins, we will be paid interest based on the amount we hold? Sounds good. How do we prove to others the amount that we hold? Is this a manual process?
Almost forgot to address this. The first step of the proving process is sending a minimum of 10k into one address of yours, then follow the steps and fill out the form here on Gladimors site: http://delta.investments/iao/
If a payout is due Gladimor checks all registered addresses on the block explorer and pays out accordingly.

I think https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ would be good,
there is no requirement of a minimum trading volume to stay listed.
Yes, Cryptopia would fit here nicely and since it's voting/paid voting the community can do this for the coin. However, heading there to suggest Omicron for the voting list I hit an obstacle:
The ticker OMC is already used by Omnicoin.

Hey, thanks for the clarification too

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well we are getting close to our first dividend payout. wonder how much gladimor earn in this short period of time.

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Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet. So will hopefully get a good stake at these times until this gem is discovered. Unlike iconomi, our investers are rather not dumpers or day traders. We are solid investors waiting for the real purpose of the coin to be achieved. Smiley

I did some digging on the blockchain and it seems that couple of addresses that registered for the dividends are already below 10,000 omc. Will this be check on the day of the dividends payment Gladimor?

I hope you caught the ripple ways, was profitable for me. Wink


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September 30, 2016, 08:53:24 PM
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Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet. So will hopefully get a good stake at these times until this gem is discovered. Unlike iconomi, our investers are rather not dumpers or day traders. We are solid investors waiting for the real purpose of the coin to be achieved. Smiley

I did some digging on the blockchain and it seems that couple of addresses that registered for the dividends are already below 10,000 omc. Will this be check on the day of the dividends payment Gladimor?

I hope you caught the ripple ways, was profitable for me. Wink

yeah im still waiting to see how this work ... no activity or buys on market what so ever till now ... its really good for me since i don't have much time to put into trading alts recently so getting some dividends sounds cooler than just letting my btc on poloniex lending
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September 30, 2016, 08:55:22 PM
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there are not many staking adresses, just 17



see: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/#!extraction

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Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet.
How did you find out that number?

I did some digging on the blockchain and it seems that couple of addresses that registered for the dividends are already below 10,000 omc. Will this be check on the day of the dividends payment Gladimor?
I hope so, because in my case, my balance actually increased. (Transferred my coins from change address back to main address.)

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September 30, 2016, 09:11:52 PM
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Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet.
How did you find out that number?....


Received   0.18 OMC   in 18 transactions

18 people sent 0.01 OMC to the register address to receive dividends: 7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu
See https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/address.dws?7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu.htm

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September 30, 2016, 09:20:26 PM
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Best part is there are only 18 registered addresses as of yet.
How did you find out that number?....


Received   0.18 OMC   in 18 transactions

18 people sent 0.01 OMC to the register address to receive dividends: 7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu
See https://chainz.cryptoid.info/omc/address.dws?7DsgZ1iQdLm5PAHCTSMRvotjzd721EToXu.htm

Exactly I used this. I also followed the addresses that sent 0.01. Almost half of it is empty, some transfered balances to new adresses and some is below 9500. So I'm guessing some shareholders will not be eligible to recieve dividends which is due in a few days hopefully.

Also if you shorted xmr at 170-180 that would also be great Gladimor, I didn't.  Cry


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I also followed the addresses that sent 0.01. Almost half of it is empty, some transfered balances to new adresses and some is below 9500. So I'm guessing some shareholders will not be eligible to recieve dividends which is due in a few days hopefully.

That's because many investors do not know how to register address correctly... Some of them have multiple addresses in wallet, and registered wrong address, and/or had funds transferred to change address, so actual registered address is empty...

I expect few people complain of not getting dividents, just because they were not able to consolidate their coins on a single address and register it correctly.

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