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November 14, 2016, 04:59:54 PM
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Has anyone received fourth dividend-yields ?
Should be issued soon Smiley

Not yet, hopefully Gladimor will send it soon - he's probably waiting for the best time to close his trades in profit Smiley

The average dividends will be yield within 1k satoshi per omc right?

As base on past few weeks, is there chance it will be more than that?

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November 14, 2016, 05:19:31 PM
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Hey, sorry for the delay

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Dividends will be within the next 24 hours.

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Was outside for most of the day.

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November 15, 2016, 12:26:23 AM
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A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).




I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.




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November 15, 2016, 12:30:03 AM
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A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).




I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.



Received  my BTC Dividends and a big THANK YOU! again Smiley
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November 15, 2016, 02:49:48 AM
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A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).




I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.






wow seems that you did start on mining for a stable dividend payments, good luck! Hoping both your mining and trading will bring great profit to your investor

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A total of 14.7823679901 BTC has been sent to a total of 21 registered balances (1624436.04288 OMC). The average dividend payout for the second 2-week period is 0.00000910 BTC per OMC.
Here are a portion of the trades that occurred during the past 2 weeks for Delta Investments. Due note that not all trades are shown (on various exchanges, and no trading losses are shown as well).




I am working on a physical mining setup to back dividend payments in the case a net loss is ever accrued on dividend payments. This will ensure that no matter the state of the fund, investors will get paid positive returns from a physical GPU mining farm. It is still in the works.



Received  my BTC Dividends and a big THANK YOU! again Smiley
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So did I and a big thank you to Gladimor indeed. Smiley
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November 16, 2016, 02:41:03 AM
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Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

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Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

is there anyway to always keep updated with the private price without asking you every time , cause I don't want to bother you with my constant questions
I'm trying to get some cheap OMC on yobit , it's really hard to catch good deals but so far I was able to collect 400 OMC with only 0.05 btc
the price was swinging between 15K-10K , but that 400 was the only I could got due the low supply in yobit
now cheapest price is 25K

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November 16, 2016, 11:36:12 AM
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Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

is there anyway to always keep updated with the private price without asking you every time , cause I don't want to bother you with my constant questions
I'm trying to get some cheap OMC on yobit , it's really hard to catch good deals but so far I was able to collect 400 OMC with only 0.05 btc
the price was swinging between 15K-10K , but that 400 was the only I could got due the low supply in yobit
now cheapest price is 25K

you might need to approach him tho as the price varies different by alot factors, pump and dump, dividends made, uptrend coins movement and so. Just make an order in yobit, hope it filled for you good luck!

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November 16, 2016, 03:01:30 PM
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Starting next week, I will be setting a minimum price of 0.0002-0.0003 BTC/OMC for private sales.

is there anyway to always keep updated with the private price without asking you every time , cause I don't want to bother you with my constant questions
I'm trying to get some cheap OMC on yobit , it's really hard to catch good deals but so far I was able to collect 400 OMC with only 0.05 btc
the price was swinging between 15K-10K , but that 400 was the only I could got due the low supply in yobit
now cheapest price is 25K

you might need to approach him tho as the price varies different by alot factors, pump and dump, dividends made, uptrend coins movement and so. Just make an order in yobit, hope it filled for you good luck!

that's why I asked , cause I don't want to keep bothering Adam with my questions and I'm really interested in OMC with reasonable price
last time I checked the private price was two weeks ago and it was 27K per coin , but the price is varying daily
as I said I was able to get 400 OMC 2 days ago with avg price of 12.5K per coin , but if you check yobit you can see that the prices there aren't accurate cause there is low supply and kinda low demand , the spread is insane there

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November 17, 2016, 09:54:11 PM
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you currently can buy about 614 OMC for 0.00018000 BTC /OMC on https://yobit.net/en/trade/OMC/BTC

yeah now there are good offers available in yobit , yesterday I got even better prices

but I have downloaded the wallet , and to be honest this my first desktop wallet experience and I'm kinda lost
I ran the wallet and the green bar at the bottom showed that my wallet is up to date with all the blocks , but the wallet is still showing out of sync
I did a small test withdrawal from yobit to my wallet , but it's not showing in the wallet while it's showing in the OMC explorer

is there any video tutorial on how to setup the wallet and how staking works

EDIT : finally the wallet synced , but would appreciate a tutorial anyways especially for staking stuffs

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so, do i need to keep wallet working all the time to get coins from staking?



Yes your wallet needs to running in order to stake. You also have to at least unlock it for staking if you want them to stake.

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hopefully someone will respond , cause I stated before I'm totally newbie in POS world
I'm trying to research more about the basics of POS , and I found that if you receive for example 10K coins in your wallet coming with one transaction is better than receiving them with like 10 transactions
is that really better for staking ?? and in my case I'm still building my wallet by throwing like 0.06 BTC in yobit every 3 days and then sending the OMC to my wallet , so should I create a new address and move the coins to the new address ??

hopefully you got my point

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hopefully someone will respond , cause I stated before I'm totally newbie in POS world
I'm trying to research more about the basics of POS , and I found that if you receive for example 10K coins in your wallet coming with one transaction is better than receiving them with like 10 transactions
is that really better for staking ?? and in my case I'm still building my wallet by throwing like 0.06 BTC in yobit every 3 days and then sending the OMC to my wallet , so should I create a new address and move the coins to the new address ??

hopefully you got my point

If you receive your coins to your wallet in one big transaction, then your coins will stake earlier. But that doesn't change much, as during the first stake they will split themselves to two equal parts (they are called "inputs"), as if you sent the coins to your wallet in two transactions instead of one.

After your two inputs stake, they will divide themselves into two parts again, so you will have 4 inputs. And so on, until wallet decides (lets don't go into details on how it will decide that), the coins (inputs) should not be split anymore.

So, regardless of whether you transmitted the coins to your wallet in one single transaction, on in several small ones, after few days, you will have the same situation - plenty of smaller inputs, which are staking from time to time.

An one more thing - the rewards will be the same in the long run, regardless of how many inputs do you have in your wallets. You will stake 5% per annum, one way or another Smiley

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If you receive your coins to your wallet in one big transaction, then your coins will stake earlier. But that doesn't change much, as during the first stake they will split themselves to two equal parts (they are called "inputs"), as if you sent the coins to your wallet in two transactions instead of one.

After your two inputs stake, they will divide themselves into two parts again, so you will have 4 inputs. And so on, until wallet decides (lets don't go into details on how it will decide that), the coins (inputs) should not be split anymore.

So, regardless of whether you transmitted the coins to your wallet in one single transaction, on in several small ones, after few days, you will have the same situation - plenty of smaller inputs, which are staking from time to time.

An one more thing - the rewards will be the same in the long run, regardless of how many inputs do you have in your wallets. You will stake 5% per annum, one way or another Smiley

thanks a lot for responding , I was about to combine all the txs in one but I found that someone replied to my question
not sure why I found that advice while I was trying to understand POS , much appreciated my friend and thanks for your time  Smiley

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If you receive your coins to your wallet in one big transaction, then your coins will stake earlier. But that doesn't change much, as during the first stake they will split themselves to two equal parts (they are called "inputs"), as if you sent the coins to your wallet in two transactions instead of one.

After your two inputs stake, they will divide themselves into two parts again, so you will have 4 inputs. And so on, until wallet decides (lets don't go into details on how it will decide that), the coins (inputs) should not be split anymore.

So, regardless of whether you transmitted the coins to your wallet in one single transaction, on in several small ones, after few days, you will have the same situation - plenty of smaller inputs, which are staking from time to time.

An one more thing - the rewards will be the same in the long run, regardless of how many inputs do you have in your wallets. You will stake 5% per annum, one way or another Smiley

thanks a lot for responding , I was about to combine all the txs in one but I found that someone replied to my question
not sure why I found that advice while I was trying to understand POS , much appreciated my friend and thanks for your time  Smiley

You're definitely welcome! Smiley
That advise (to combine all inputs to get higher aggregated stake) may actually work well for some coins, depending on the actual number of coins at wallet balance, and actual network weight. Actually if your holdings are really small, its always better to have them combined, otherwise you may not be able to stake at all in practice. But for most PoS coins, and for balance of average size it wont do any difference.
What I wrote above should be correct particularly for OMC (based on how its wallet works), assuming you have your wallet open for staking 24/7.

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November 26, 2016, 04:02:57 PM
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Looking forward to fifth dividend payment this weekend and a big thank you Gladimor for it in advance!
Omicron is great investment.
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My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?
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My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
Is it just me or is anybody else also experiencing this?

My Windows wallet syncs and stakes just fine. Has a lot of connections too...

Do you have connections? How many?

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My Mac wallet has been 'Out of Sync' for the past many days.
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My Windows wallet sync and stakes fine
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