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Author Topic: ARK - DPoS with Dynamic Fees 🔹 NO longer a fork of Lisk 🔹 New CORE v2🔹  (Read 716197 times)
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January 07, 2019, 09:17:06 PM
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ARK is taking baby steps into the Push-Button deployable blockchains with ARK Deployer, which lets you setup your own ARK based blockchain in a matter of minutes.

Read more: https://blog.ark.io/ark-deployer-first-steps-towards-easy-blockchain-deployment-8ee53dd39952

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Can I generate my own coin based on ARKchain?Just like anyone can build an ERC20 coin on Ethereum?



Better then Ethereum, you can generate your own chain which will be connected to ark chain, other ark's chains and external chains trough ACES. For example if you want to create a game like cryptokitties you will just fork and add arkVM to your chain, you will have a cryptokitties chain but without clogging ark main chain because it's on a separate blockchain.
It's too soon to talk about fees etc....arkVM and push button are not 100% complete but they're almost here and I'm sure that ark's devs will give us all the answers we need
Why another new game CryptoFlowers hasn't started toi use that platform instead of Ethereum?
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January 08, 2019, 09:37:25 PM
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This new reporting series will serve as a public disclosure of any discovered and patched vulnerabilities within the ARK Blockchain Platform since the release of Core v2.

Read more : https://blog.ark.io/ark-security-vulnerabilities-disclosure-1-94d3ea68faec




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January 09, 2019, 02:10:05 PM
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Take a look at some end of year highlights in our ARK's December 2018 Community Spotlight

Read more : https://blog.ark.io/community-spotlight-december-2018-edition-a4070cb5d057



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January 09, 2019, 07:25:22 PM
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They were really a lot of contributions and it shows how the community is deeply involved with Ark (Of course I think that it's one of the best communities in the crypto panorama)

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January 10, 2019, 08:33:34 AM
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I fully agree with the article that phase of hype and fancy whitepapers has gone with last year. We are moving ahead where blockchain is being watched and picked up on merit and use cases. ARK has prepared itself already using last year in best possible way for development and delivered. I read above  people on't follow but believe what others talk here or in other channels they still are not getting this project.
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January 10, 2019, 06:38:26 PM
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I fully agree with the article that phase of hype and fancy whitepapers has gone with last year. We are moving ahead where blockchain is being watched and picked up on merit and use cases. ARK has prepared itself already using last year in best possible way for development and delivered. I read above  people on't follow but believe what others talk here or in other channels they still are not getting this project.
If there's one thing I couldn't wait to see the back off, it's them fancy whitepapers and fluff talk with zero to no ability to deliver.
2017 ended the era of everyone "disrupting this", "revolutionizing that".
2018 brought in no MVP, no dice.
2019... looking forward to the new levels the year's gonna stamp down considering the current market sentiments

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January 10, 2019, 08:55:32 PM
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Hello.

Why voting for delegates from mobile wallet is always failing?
Does anyone else has the same problem?!

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January 10, 2019, 11:14:13 PM
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Hello.

Why voting for delegates from mobile wallet is always failing?
Does anyone else has the same problem?!


Do you have newest version? 1.3.1 i think.
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January 10, 2019, 11:20:05 PM
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Hello.

Why voting for delegates from mobile wallet is always failing?
Does anyone else has the same problem?!


Do you have newest version? 1.3.1 i think.

Yes

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January 11, 2019, 02:51:29 AM
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Hello.

Why voting for delegates from mobile wallet is always failing?
Does anyone else has the same problem?!


Do you have newest version? 1.3.1 i think.

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make sure you have service or wifi, then click the top left 3 lines. then click network status. then click the button at the bottom, 'change peer'. should get a green pop up quick. then try your vote again
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January 11, 2019, 09:56:26 AM
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If there's one thing I couldn't wait to see the back off, it's them fancy whitepapers and fluff talk with zero to no ability to deliver.
2017 ended the era of everyone "disrupting this", "revolutionizing that".
2018 brought in no MVP, no dice.
2019... looking forward to the new levels the year's gonna stamp down considering the current market sentiments

Unfortunately a few good projects were lost among the scam-fest that was 2018.
Some teams were overly enthusiastic and tried to grab a piece of the pie but failed, some others were aiming to scam people and they paid a good amount in marketing to overshadow the competition.

I was lucky to find ARK among this mess, but judging from our market cap I guess I'm among the few who knows about how great it is.
The other good projects which I've found in 2018, in case someone wants to look into them, were...
  • Blockport - Bought it when ARK announced their collaboration and increased my holdings after the dip
  • RVN - Good project, but I sold 100% because it was overhyped
  • XDNA - A better mining algorithm than RVN and sharing profits for charity
  • Electroneum - Good idea, but sold 100% because I've lost my trust in the team after unsuccessful forks

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January 11, 2019, 12:58:49 PM
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In fact, you are both smart and luckily.
I was lucky to find ARK among this mess, but judging from our market cap I guess I'm among the few who knows about how great it is.

Among those ones, I like the XDNA project.
I actually mined and bought some XDNA for my portfolio.
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The other good projects which I've found in 2018, in case someone wants to look into them, were...
  • Blockport - Bought it when ARK announced their collaboration and increased my holdings after the dip
  • RVN - Good project, but I sold 100% because it was overhyped
  • XDNA - A better mining algorithm than RVN and sharing profits for charity
  • Electroneum - Good idea, but sold 100% because I've lost my trust in the team after unsuccessful forks
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January 11, 2019, 08:32:20 PM
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Hello.

Why voting for delegates from mobile wallet is always failing?
Does anyone else has the same problem?!


Do you have newest version? 1.3.1 i think.

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make sure you have service or wifi, then click the top left 3 lines. then click network status. then click the button at the bottom, 'change peer'. should get a green pop up quick. then try your vote again


Thanks for the info.
I have wifi and internet connection I have tried that!
I have changed few peers but got the same result.
Once I was able to get a status code 429 after it failed but usually no other message is displayed except
"FAILD" and  "Transaction failed"


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January 12, 2019, 06:35:11 PM
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Hello.

Why voting for delegates from mobile wallet is always failing?
Does anyone else has the same problem?!


Do you have newest version? 1.3.1 i think.

Yes

make sure you have service or wifi, then click the top left 3 lines. then click network status. then click the button at the bottom, 'change peer'. should get a green pop up quick. then try your vote again


Thanks for the info.
I have wifi and internet connection I have tried that!
I have changed few peers but got the same result.
Once I was able to get a status code 429 after it failed but usually no other message is displayed except
"FAILD" and  "Transaction failed"



i think 429 is rate limiting on the peer end. So that peer has limiting set to true, meaning only so many api calls can be done in a certain amount of time. So try another peer, then join slack for help.
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January 13, 2019, 02:55:15 PM
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Ark delegates race -- > https://explorer.ark.io/VoteReport.txt
Someone going to snap and sell a lot or someone will snap and buy a lot? LOL
Very tight race

These delegates look fun
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January 13, 2019, 04:15:37 PM
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I noticed that I haven't received any rewards till November last year. Usually I'm getting 3-4 rewards a month. My delegate is Jarunik. Any info on the delayed payments?
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January 13, 2019, 07:52:07 PM
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I noticed that I haven't received any rewards till November last year. Usually I'm getting 3-4 rewards a month. My delegate is Jarunik. Any info on the delayed payments?

That's strange because I can see from his/her wallet that payments are being sent every day, even to small wallets.
Are you sure you've vote for them? Maybe you move funds to another wallet and you haven't voted with the new wallet?

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January 13, 2019, 08:40:03 PM
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I noticed that I haven't received any rewards till November last year. Usually I'm getting 3-4 rewards a month. My delegate is Jarunik. Any info on the delayed payments?

That's strange because I can see from his/her wallet that payments are being sent every day, even to small wallets.
Are you sure you've vote for them? Maybe you move funds to another wallet and you haven't voted with the new wallet?

I'm sure. My wallet is showing that he still has my vote. Didn't move my funds either. Maybe I should try recasting my vote or something  Huh
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January 14, 2019, 07:55:54 PM
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I noticed that I haven't received any rewards till November last year. Usually I'm getting 3-4 rewards a month. My delegate is Jarunik. Any info on the delayed payments?

That's strange because I can see from his/her wallet that payments are being sent every day, even to small wallets.
Are you sure you've vote for them? Maybe you move funds to another wallet and you haven't voted with the new wallet?

I'm sure. My wallet is showing that he still has my vote. Didn't move my funds either. Maybe I should try recasting my vote or something  Huh

You need to follow your delegate. Contact them. Hold them accountable. That particular delegate has been posting for months on twitter/slack/reddit/discord/steemit/blogs and more, that he is no longer sharing forgings. He uses all forgings to give to projects now.
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January 14, 2019, 09:03:14 PM
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I noticed that I haven't received any rewards till November last year. Usually I'm getting 3-4 rewards a month. My delegate is Jarunik. Any info on the delayed payments?

That's strange because I can see from his/her wallet that payments are being sent every day, even to small wallets.
Are you sure you've vote for them? Maybe you move funds to another wallet and you haven't voted with the new wallet?

I'm sure. My wallet is showing that he still has my vote. Didn't move my funds either. Maybe I should try recasting my vote or something  Huh

You need to follow your delegate. Contact them. Hold them accountable. That particular delegate has been posting for months on twitter/slack/reddit/discord/steemit/blogs and more, that he is no longer sharing forgings. He uses all forgings to give to projects now.

I was absent for a month so missed that. Yeah, I knew that part of the rewards were going towards the projects. It's actually the reasons why I voted for him. Thx for the update
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