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July 26, 2020, 08:55:34 AM
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All dividends accruing to the DEX assets in this address (RVLrKZKxDe53oj64xyaid2yKe1DmfnuJtk) can be used to pay liquidity provider incentives for a period of three (3) years, starting from the official launch of AtomicDEX-Pro. I leave it up to jl777 and the AtomicDEX dev team to decide on how best to design and implement the LP rewards.


IJTPaxoj6qBiwW4SjcR82MNkaofcFFcO6Lwm16jWMVSfXrukpUeWBdiINPYwRp3zRJFG7I8i62bc/gMrug3JbUY=



https://explorer.komodoplatform.com/messages/verify/coin/KMD

Now that is a surprise! cool!
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All dividends accruing to the DEX assets in this address (RVLrKZKxDe53oj64xyaid2yKe1DmfnuJtk) can be used to pay liquidity provider incentives for a period of three (3) years, starting from the official launch of AtomicDEX-Pro. I leave it up to jl777 and the AtomicDEX dev team to decide on how best to design and implement the LP rewards.


IJTPaxoj6qBiwW4SjcR82MNkaofcFFcO6Lwm16jWMVSfXrukpUeWBdiINPYwRp3zRJFG7I8i62bc/gMrug3JbUY=



https://explorer.komodoplatform.com/messages/verify/coin/KMD



Komodo Defi farming, nice yield  Grin

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July 26, 2020, 07:52:57 PM
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Komodo Defi farming, nice yield  Grin

Atomicdex liquidity mining ...

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July 27, 2020, 08:14:46 AM
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Why the price is low? This gives great opportunity of buying, but is there some reason. Roll Eyes
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July 27, 2020, 07:19:07 PM
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Why the price is low? This gives great opportunity of buying, but is there some reason. Roll Eyes

Often Bitcoin makes big moves, like up 10%, in a few days it does so at the expense of almost all alts. Most alts are down a bit. The best case senario is for Bitcoin to make a big move to say 15K or more, and alts like KMD will surge
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July 28, 2020, 04:15:42 AM
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Komodo Defi farming, nice yield  Grin

Atomicdex liquidity mining ...


How is defi yield farming possible, is Komodo releasing a governance token?
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July 29, 2020, 02:05:07 AM
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How is defi yield farming possible, is Komodo releasing a governance token?

No gov token afaik

AtomicDEX "takers" pay 0.15% trading fee, 50% goes to 1M DEX asset holders, "makers" (i.e. liquidity providers) pay nothing.

Bob Lazar owns 15.5% of DEX assets (i.e. 7.7% of atomicdex fees) he is offering to give them away as LP incentives for 3 years.

That means "makers" get paid to add liquidity on Atomicdex, who knows, maybe 7.7% of the 0.15% fee the "taker" pays!

It's bullish for Atomicdex liquidity, incentives happens at the margins, the Defi craze has spoken, LP's want to be paid!
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July 30, 2020, 06:48:07 AM
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AtomicDEX "takers" pay 0.15% trading fee, 50% goes to 1M DEX asset holders, "makers" (i.e. liquidity providers) pay nothing.

Bob Lazar owns 15.5% of DEX assets (i.e. 7.7% of atomicdex fees) he is offering to give them away as LP incentives for 3 years.

That means "makers" get paid to add liquidity on Atomicdex, who knows, maybe 7.7% of the 0.15% fee the "taker" pays!

It's bullish for Atomicdex liquidity, incentives happens at the margins, the Defi craze has spoken, LP's want to be paid!


that is pretty small compared to other DeFi APY's but better than nothing
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AtomicDEX "takers" pay 0.15% trading fee, 50% goes to 1M DEX asset holders, "makers" (i.e. liquidity providers) pay nothing.

Bob Lazar owns 15.5% of DEX assets (i.e. 7.7% of atomicdex fees) he is offering to give them away as LP incentives for 3 years.

That means "makers" get paid to add liquidity on Atomicdex, who knows, maybe 7.7% of the 0.15% fee the "taker" pays!

It's bullish for Atomicdex liquidity, incentives happens at the margins, the Defi craze has spoken, LP's want to be paid!
7.7% of the cost is too small in my opinion with the risk of decreasing inflation from the value is very large, it is profitable when the market is bullish but if it is the opposite it is very risky


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August 03, 2020, 07:17:00 AM
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AtomicDEX "takers" pay 0.15% trading fee, 50% goes to 1M DEX asset holders, "makers" (i.e. liquidity providers) pay nothing.

Bob Lazar owns 15.5% of DEX assets (i.e. 7.7% of atomicdex fees) he is offering to give them away as LP incentives for 3 years.

That means "makers" get paid to add liquidity on Atomicdex, who knows, maybe 7.7% of the 0.15% fee the "taker" pays!

It's bullish for Atomicdex liquidity, incentives happens at the margins, the Defi craze has spoken, LP's want to be paid!
7.7% of the cost is too small in my opinion with the risk of decreasing inflation from the value is very large, it is profitable when the market is bullish but if it is the opposite it is very risky


The HODL "not your keys not your coins" meme is very popular in the cryptosphere, but everyone wants to earn some YIELD now, real interest income, not staking % which is just inflation. AtomicDEX market makers can use many many coins and hold their own keys and get some income from DEX fees paid in KMD, this is very powerful for liquidity incentives!
HODL your PoW coins, secure your own private keys, earn LP dex fees from market making, I love it!!

Liquidity attracts liquidity  Grin
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August 07, 2020, 03:40:25 PM
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Hello fellow KMD enthusiasts

I was hoping if someone could help me with the issue i am facing with KomodoOcean wallet.
I had been holding my KMD in Ledger for a while and couple of months ago started using KomodoOcean to start getting the interest/reward, the wallet worked ok for a month but it has not been sinking for couple of weeks now. My tokens are stuck too since I cant even transfer the tokens while it is still syncing.
Did anyone else face a similar problem, also it seems like Komodo Ocean is official wallet, its still in Beta and seems buggy, which wallet would you suggest to hold the token in so i can still get the reward

thank you
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I am using magnum wallet works with ledger and trezor too
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I am using magnum wallet works with ledger and trezor too

thank you, will try that once i get my tokens out from KomodoOcean
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where is your private key? in ocean wallet or on ledger?
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where is your private key? in ocean wallet or on ledger?

In Ocean wallet
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August 09, 2020, 04:43:37 AM
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where is your private key? in ocean wallet or on ledger?

In Ocean wallet

1) dump priv key from ocean wallet
2) open new magnum wallet with that key
3)send your KMD to ledger addy
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where is your private key? in ocean wallet or on ledger?

In Ocean wallet

1) dump priv key from ocean wallet
2) open new magnum wallet with that key
3)send your KMD to ledger addy

finally got it back in my ledger and linked to Magnum, thank you very much for your help!
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where is your private key? in ocean wallet or on ledger?

In Ocean wallet

1) dump priv key from ocean wallet
2) open new magnum wallet with that key
3)send your KMD to ledger addy

finally got it back in my ledger and linked to Magnum, thank you very much for your help!

NP I am glad I could help
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From jl777 regardng CRYPTO revshare payouts this week:

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for the revshare, the following are the stats from snapshots done on August 15th
funds  from RErfj1mJwXv4b9kMoA99cFg7RZoSUArKUb 1447390.03962878
5% -> REVS 72369.501981439 cutoff 0.001, 0.05566352 per REVS
95% -> CRYPTO 1375020.537647341 cutoff 0.0001, 1.37488211 per CRYPTO
but the amount that would have gone to SUPERNET 441681.03141666 cutoff 0.0001 will do its own airdrop at 0.76930759 per SUPERNET. note that this is double what is obligated to send according to the flowchart. in spite of someone (Mark81?) trying to convince me to send out the obligated amount, it seems best to just pass through 100% of it.
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August 21, 2020, 08:50:19 PM
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I have recently opened a thread about AtomicDEX in the Crypto Exchanges forum, as I saw that there was still no dedicated thread at Bitcointalk and I have a feature request Smiley Unfortunately as of now nobody responded, so I will ask my question also here.

Particularly I wanted to ask if it was possible to add this Atomic Swap option protocol developed by aliashraf to AtomicDEX. It is very similar to the traditional Atomic Swap mechanism Tier Nolan presented, but with a "twist" that makes it possible to earn money with the known optionality of Atomic Swaps. So the party which can decide if it carries out the final trade or not, would pay a premium to the other party. This would make it possible to trade American Call Options on Bitcoin's blockchain (and all UTXO-based coins, probably including Komodo) without any additional layer like Counterparty or Omni.

I also welcome everyone to the thread linked above, I think Atomic DEX deserves a dedicated thread. (If there is already another thread I didn't see it, I would be glad if somebody could point me to it.)

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