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December 11, 2016, 11:35:40 AM
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is there any chance to see  the list of accepted bounty signatures ?

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December 11, 2016, 11:45:50 AM
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ico still running 15 days remaining, ico fund collected up today is 14,149.7 ETH + 129,1 BTC = 26,500 ETH
it's good and optimis ICO will reach 150,000 EHT  Cool
ICO of BlockCDN now 14502ETH and 242BTC


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December 11, 2016, 01:16:53 PM
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You should rethink your crowdsale incentives and marketing.

Having concurrent mining rewards during a crowdsale gives small investors less incentive to give and more to mine.

Ethereum price was on a bear trend lately which shook some investors confidence.

Most importantly a total lack of promotion or hype in the months precedeeding your crowdsale and lack of on going community engagement during it. I'm still waiting on that reddit AMA.

I actually don't understand fully the incentive to hold blockCDN after 3 years from start of active service provision since you stop paying dividends to holders after then. It usually takes 3-5 years for a service to build a sizable

What do I gain from holding blockCDN for > 3 years? Do you expect the tokens to appreciate in value? Will there always be a fixed total of tokens or will you increase token cap in future to reduce prices for customers and ensure your profitability and the expense of your early investors?

Perhaps extend the deadline or actually promote actively in threads with ethereum users, investors and audiences e.g. the ethereum or ethtrader reddit sub where plenty of potentially interested people hang.

Your promotion on these threads has been lacking.

If the crowdsale fails aside from refunding the ETH will you:

Do a debrief?
Seek a consultantion on why it failed?
Continue the project?
Seek investment elsewhere?
Relaunch the crowdsale?
Tweak the incentive structure and marketing if crowdsale is relaunched?


Good questions! Would be great if the dev answers them. I think the promotion is alright but mining reward should be given less for now till ICO ends.


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December 11, 2016, 02:30:06 PM
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ico still running 15 days remaining, ico fund collected up today is 14,149.7 ETH + 129,1 BTC = 26,500 ETH
it's good and optimis ICO will reach 150,000 EHT  Cool
ICO of BlockCDN now 14502ETH and 242BTC


wow progress very fast, 129 BTC to 242 BTC in a few hours

If it goes, goal will be achieved before end of ICO

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December 11, 2016, 08:57:58 PM
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UPDATE   UPDATE   UPDATE   UPDATE   UPDATE

Over $300,000 raised from 270 separate investors
!!!don't miss out - our ICO opening price lasts for 3 more hours only!!!



 
 
 
 
 
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December 11, 2016, 09:49:04 PM
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2 weeks to go & 150000 ETH / around 1.2 million USD is still some distance to reach minimum goal - but investorslooking forward to it getting achieved. good luck!
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December 11, 2016, 11:52:11 PM
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To be able to mine BlockCDN is it necessary to how many ETH as funding?
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December 12, 2016, 07:12:36 AM
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ICO of BlockCDN now 14502ETH and 242BTC



Does 242 BTC count into 150000 ETH? I mean if ETH is only 10k, but BTC is worth more than 140k ETH, will be the ICO successful?

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December 12, 2016, 10:59:23 AM
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ICO of BlockCDN now 14502ETH and 242BTC



Does 242 BTC count into 150000 ETH? I mean if ETH is only 10k, but BTC is worth more than 140k ETH, will be the ICO successful?
ICO=BTC+ETH

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December 12, 2016, 02:47:53 PM
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The promise of this project looks great.  But I'm wondering how the BlockCDN protocol proves to the demand side that the supplying node actually served real content to real end users? If the data about how much bandwidth was used comes from the CDN nodes themselves, then the supplying node could report false data about how much bandwidth they provided.

In a centralized solution, like Akamai, if their bill didn't match up with your expectations based on analytics, and you thought they were defrauding you, then you'd just switch providers or withhold payment or do an investigation. But in a decentralized solution like BlockCDN, you basically pay in advance, and your tokens will be transferred to a node who reports that they used X amount of bandwidth on your content. Is there some sort of "proof of bandwidth" baked into the protocol? Thanks!
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December 12, 2016, 02:52:47 PM
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The promise of this project looks great.  But I'm wondering how the BlockCDN protocol proves to the demand side that the supplying node actually served real content to real end users? If the data about how much bandwidth was used comes from the CDN nodes themselves, then the supplying node could report false data about how much bandwidth they provided.

In a centralized solution, like Akamai, if their bill didn't match up with your expectations based on analytics, and you thought they were defrauding you, then you'd just switch providers or withhold payment or do an investigation. But in a decentralized solution like BlockCDN, you basically pay in advance, and your tokens will be transferred to a node who reports that they used X amount of bandwidth on your content. Is there some sort of "proof of bandwidth" baked into the protocol? Thanks!

It looks good, if the project continue this may have success. They are innovative, and developed by Chinese team.

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December 12, 2016, 02:53:59 PM
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What is minimum goal? And what way to return are provided in case of failure?
Please don't be a lazy person and try for read at the first page of the announcement thread. 150k ETH for the minimum threshold.
was providing at the first page.

This is a remote failure. The goal outlined in ur copycat message detaches the mind from my body.
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December 12, 2016, 03:07:44 PM
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The promise of this project looks great.  But I'm wondering how the BlockCDN protocol proves to the demand side that the supplying node actually served real content to real end users? If the data about how much bandwidth was used comes from the CDN nodes themselves, then the supplying node could report false data about how much bandwidth they provided.

In a centralized solution, like Akamai, if their bill didn't match up with your expectations based on analytics, and you thought they were defrauding you, then you'd just switch providers or withhold payment or do an investigation. But in a decentralized solution like BlockCDN, you basically pay in advance, and your tokens will be transferred to a node who reports that they used X amount of bandwidth on your content. Is there some sort of "proof of bandwidth" baked into the protocol? Thanks!

The answer lies in the trading platform that sits at the core of BlockCDN. It uses smart contract technology to match orders automatically - Orders are inputted to the platform by the demander who pays per gb of data - the trading platform them matches that request to a sharer who can take the acceleration task on. The blockchain is used to record the workload undertaken by the sharer in order to pay them accordingly so that part of the system is how BlockCDN quantifies workloads -  'proof of bandwidth'. It is open and transparent of course - being blockchain - and so If there were any strange activity it would be possible to see -


 
 
 
 
 
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December 12, 2016, 03:20:04 PM
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Excellent progress so far.  Look forward to a little more funding, but aside from that Everything is going well. Mining is great.
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December 12, 2016, 03:25:15 PM
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How about more communication from the team. Not the ICO numbers which we can all see. Please report on what you're working on both technically and from a marketing perspective.  A newsletter from Tony would be appropriate (have someone correct the English).
It appears that the team is overly focused on mining. What about the demand side?

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December 12, 2016, 03:32:07 PM
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The promise of this project looks great.  But I'm wondering how the BlockCDN protocol proves to the demand side that the supplying node actually served real content to real end users? If the data about how much bandwidth was used comes from the CDN nodes themselves, then the supplying node could report false data about how much bandwidth they provided.

In a centralized solution, like Akamai, if their bill didn't match up with your expectations based on analytics, and you thought they were defrauding you, then you'd just switch providers or withhold payment or do an investigation. But in a decentralized solution like BlockCDN, you basically pay in advance, and your tokens will be transferred to a node who reports that they used X amount of bandwidth on your content. Is there some sort of "proof of bandwidth" baked into the protocol? Thanks!

The answer lies in the trading platform that sits at the core of BlockCDN. It uses smart contract technology to match orders automatically - Orders are inputted to the platform by the demander who pays per gb of data - the trading platform them matches that request to a sharer who can take the acceleration task on. The blockchain is used to record the workload undertaken by the sharer in order to pay them accordingly so that part of the system is how BlockCDN quantifies workloads -  'proof of bandwidth'. It is open and transparent of course - being blockchain - and so If there were any strange activity it would be possible to see -


Thank you. I could see how this would help prevent fraud if there was a reputation system contained within the market, and demanders had some ability to only match with sharers who had positive reputation. But if this doesn't exist what prevents a sharer from indicating that they have capacity to fulfill an order...and reporting that they did fulfill it...when really just dumping the bytes to /dev/null or a fake connection? Since the orders are matched by the smart contracts and the demander pays in advance, they don't have the ability to prevent their order from getting routed to a sharer who isn't providing good service. Or hopefully they do or the protocol accounts for this?

The fact that orders + value transfers are transparent on the blockchain are great! But what does the protocol do if a demander says "Hey, I just paid X into this platform to 10GB of bandwidth, and sharers claimed that they fullfilled this order, but I KNOW that there's no way real users consumed anywhere near 10GB of data yet, based on my traffic numbers."

Thanks again for your thoughts.
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Good flow of money was at the end of bonus period.

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is there any chance to see  the list of accepted bounty signatures ?

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December 13, 2016, 01:38:06 AM
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I see so far only 15415.87 ETH and 242.819 BTC. It appears there is still a long way to go. I want to know is the 150,000 ETH is a hard or soft min for the ICO?
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December 13, 2016, 08:04:55 AM
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I see so far only 15415.87 ETH and 242.819 BTC. It appears there is still a long way to go. I want to know is the 150,000 ETH is a hard or soft min for the ICO?
Certainly the goal will be achieved! The project is very good, some people still do not understand, but no problem, because there time!

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