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May 01, 2017, 08:49:28 AM
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It is possible to see it touching bottom at above 10k satoshi before next spike. Where ARK token was traded it should be at 20k satoshi range without any trouble. The last shake to through the remaining weak hands is started in this recent trend. This is long term winning bet so stay tuned let some locked for good future.
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May 01, 2017, 08:50:28 AM
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Its important to update Ark Cient from v. 1.1 to v. 1.2 Huh
I am not delegate just have Ark client 1.1 and some coins and I voted to delegate-pool.

if you want to.  there was a bug in the 1.1 that sometimes transactions didn't send and stay at 0 confirmations that was fixed with the new version.

But the old one works besides that sometimes issue.
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May 01, 2017, 09:27:04 AM
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Thx. I hold my Ark anyway so no planning make new transactions in near future.
I update my wallet when have some more time.
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May 01, 2017, 11:26:09 AM
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https://explorer.ark.io/address/AN7BURQn5oqBRBADeWhmmUMJGQTy5Seey3

and it's not really any of your business how the distribution was split.  We have split it depending on how much work was done before and during the TEC.  The requirement was simple, you must have been part of our group of 100 people.  around 27 became ARK and the 15% was split between as many people.
Great, I thought ARK was more transparent in its distribution and this info was already posted here.
When you advertise about the "30 member" ark team, I was curious to know what these people are doing for the project and how much was they worth it.

Moving on...
Could you answer the below as well pls.
Whats this fancy words 'Encoded Listeners' mean?

we don't either.  we have two ways to connect.  one being a direct communication path and the other being an intermediary node we call the Encoded Listeners
Why are there two ways to connect?
Whats the advantage of one over the other?

Could you explain a bit more on Encoded Listeners?
I would like to know how they are supposed to work.


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May 01, 2017, 11:56:55 AM
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https://explorer.ark.io/address/AN7BURQn5oqBRBADeWhmmUMJGQTy5Seey3

and it's not really any of your business how the distribution was split.  We have split it depending on how much work was done before and during the TEC.  The requirement was simple, you must have been part of our group of 100 people.  around 27 became ARK and the 15% was split between as many people.
Great, I thought ARK was more transparent in its distribution and this info was already posted here.
When you advertise about the "30 member" ark team, I was curious to know what these people are doing for the project and how much was they worth it.

Moving on...
Could you answer the below as well pls.
Whats this fancy words 'Encoded Listeners' mean?

we don't either.  we have two ways to connect.  one being a direct communication path and the other being an intermediary node we call the Encoded Listeners
Why are there two ways to connect?
Whats the advantage of one over the other?

Could you explain a bit more on Encoded Listeners?
I would like to know how they are supposed to work.




What is SmartBridge and how will it work?


by the way, we post all sorts of stuff on the blog.  try a little harder ok?
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May 01, 2017, 01:18:22 PM
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https://explorer.ark.io/address/AN7BURQn5oqBRBADeWhmmUMJGQTy5Seey3

and it's not really any of your business how the distribution was split.  We have split it depending on how much work was done before and during the TEC.  The requirement was simple, you must have been part of our group of 100 people.  around 27 became ARK and the 15% was split between as many people.
Great, I thought ARK was more transparent in its distribution and this info was already posted here.
When you advertise about the "30 member" ark team, I was curious to know what these people are doing for the project and how much was they worth it.

Moving on...
Could you answer the below as well pls.
Whats this fancy words 'Encoded Listeners' mean?

we don't either.  we have two ways to connect.  one being a direct communication path and the other being an intermediary node we call the Encoded Listeners
Why are there two ways to connect?
Whats the advantage of one over the other?

Could you explain a bit more on Encoded Listeners?
I would like to know how they are supposed to work.




by the way, we post all sorts of stuff on the blog.  try a little harder ok?
I saw that and thats why I was confused.
It says

>> The Encoded listener node is a hub for listening to SmartBridge transactions.

And as I understand, for smart bridge transactions to happen, you need to inject the code into the other block chain.
So how does it work without the code injection as you said earlier?  Huh
To me its just a way of collecting fees for the transactions across two compatible block chains.

Do we have any devs  who knows what they are talking about here?
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May 01, 2017, 06:28:02 PM
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Can we get into poloniex? Any news bout this?

I hope Polioniex will never ever adding Ark, the reason I don't want Ark to die out. Chance when Polioniex adding Ark it going to pump then dump to nothing but I'm sure this is what traders are really want.
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May 01, 2017, 06:49:01 PM
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https://explorer.ark.io/address/AN7BURQn5oqBRBADeWhmmUMJGQTy5Seey3

and it's not really any of your business how the distribution was split.  We have split it depending on how much work was done before and during the TEC.  The requirement was simple, you must have been part of our group of 100 people.  around 27 became ARK and the 15% was split between as many people.
Great, I thought ARK was more transparent in its distribution and this info was already posted here.
When you advertise about the "30 member" ark team, I was curious to know what these people are doing for the project and how much was they worth it.

Moving on...
Could you answer the below as well pls.
Whats this fancy words 'Encoded Listeners' mean?

we don't either.  we have two ways to connect.  one being a direct communication path and the other being an intermediary node we call the Encoded Listeners
Why are there two ways to connect?
Whats the advantage of one over the other?

Could you explain a bit more on Encoded Listeners?
I would like to know how they are supposed to work.




by the way, we post all sorts of stuff on the blog.  try a little harder ok?
I saw that and thats why I was confused.
It says

>> The Encoded listener node is a hub for listening to SmartBridge transactions.

And as I understand, for smart bridge transactions to happen, you need to inject the code into the other block chain.
So how does it work without the code injection as you said earlier?  Huh
To me its just a way of collecting fees for the transactions across two compatible block chains.

Do we have any devs  who knows what they are talking about here?
I do know what I'm talking about, It's that I don't like crypto noobs who pretend they are pro investors.  You ask questions in a way to pretend that you know anything at all but in reality, you know shit.  Seen too many of you crash and burn.
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May 01, 2017, 06:55:39 PM
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Well first off, the ARK blockchain is already running so as a comparison you should ask if tendermint or boscoin BFT system will be better than ark. 

Theoretical speeds they "hope" to get are still paper values only. 

Ask again when these guys have a blockchain we can compare to ours which is already working.

I can totally say ark will have 10000 transactions per second in the future, doesn't mean it will ever be that fast but out of all those projects, ARK is the only one that can say that our PBFT system is working very well already.

And can you tell us what is the next interesting feature you're working on and planning to release soon?
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https://explorer.ark.io/address/AN7BURQn5oqBRBADeWhmmUMJGQTy5Seey3

and it's not really any of your business how the distribution was split.  We have split it depending on how much work was done before and during the TEC.  The requirement was simple, you must have been part of our group of 100 people.  around 27 became ARK and the 15% was split between as many people.
Great, I thought ARK was more transparent in its distribution and this info was already posted here.
When you advertise about the "30 member" ark team, I was curious to know what these people are doing for the project and how much was they worth it.

Moving on...
Could you answer the below as well pls.
Whats this fancy words 'Encoded Listeners' mean?

we don't either.  we have two ways to connect.  one being a direct communication path and the other being an intermediary node we call the Encoded Listeners
Why are there two ways to connect?
Whats the advantage of one over the other?

Could you explain a bit more on Encoded Listeners?
I would like to know how they are supposed to work.




by the way, we post all sorts of stuff on the blog.  try a little harder ok?
I saw that and thats why I was confused.
It says

>> The Encoded listener node is a hub for listening to SmartBridge transactions.

And as I understand, for smart bridge transactions to happen, you need to inject the code into the other block chain.
So how does it work without the code injection as you said earlier?  Huh
To me its just a way of collecting fees for the transactions across two compatible block chains.

Do we have any devs  who knows what they are talking about here?
I do know what I'm talking about, It's that I don't like crypto noobs who pretend they are pro investors.  You ask questions in a way to pretend that you know anything at all but in reality, you know shit.  Seen too many of you crash and burn.
My question still stands un-answered.
Any genuine devs here, other than this banana guy?  Roll Eyes
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May 01, 2017, 07:23:03 PM
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https://explorer.ark.io/address/AN7BURQn5oqBRBADeWhmmUMJGQTy5Seey3

and it's not really any of your business how the distribution was split.  We have split it depending on how much work was done before and during the TEC.  The requirement was simple, you must have been part of our group of 100 people.  around 27 became ARK and the 15% was split between as many people.
Great, I thought ARK was more transparent in its distribution and this info was already posted here.
When you advertise about the "30 member" ark team, I was curious to know what these people are doing for the project and how much was they worth it.

Moving on...
Could you answer the below as well pls.
Whats this fancy words 'Encoded Listeners' mean?

we don't either.  we have two ways to connect.  one being a direct communication path and the other being an intermediary node we call the Encoded Listeners
Why are there two ways to connect?
Whats the advantage of one over the other?

Could you explain a bit more on Encoded Listeners?
I would like to know how they are supposed to work.




by the way, we post all sorts of stuff on the blog.  try a little harder ok?
I saw that and thats why I was confused.
It says

>> The Encoded listener node is a hub for listening to SmartBridge transactions.

And as I understand, for smart bridge transactions to happen, you need to inject the code into the other block chain.
So how does it work without the code injection as you said earlier?  Huh
To me its just a way of collecting fees for the transactions across two compatible block chains.

Do we have any devs  who knows what they are talking about here?
I do know what I'm talking about, It's that I don't like crypto noobs who pretend they are pro investors.  You ask questions in a way to pretend that you know anything at all but in reality, you know shit.  Seen too many of you crash and burn.
My question still stands un-answered.
Any genuine devs here, other than this banana guy?  Roll Eyes

Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.
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May 01, 2017, 07:28:32 PM
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What is the relationship between ARK and Blockpool?
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May 01, 2017, 07:35:11 PM
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Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.

What sort of a community is this?  Huh
If I have a question about ARK architecture, I am told to find the answer myself.
Feels like I am back in 5th grade again. lol.
Are you here to help onboard new members or chase them away?

You don't have to be this hostile to the new members here, if you dont have an answer.



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Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.

What sort of a community is this?  Huh
If I have a question about ARK architecture, I am told to find the answer myself.
Feels like I am back in 5th grade again. lol.

You don't have to be this hostile to the new members here, if you dont have an answer.





You'd better get used to it if you're sticking around. Its been like this since before the ICO. I thought of dumping my investment just because of the treatment that community members get around here but ARK has performed well so I'm hanging on. I've never seen anything like this treatment by a team member on any other coin on BTCT and I've been here for 7 years. 

However money talks louder than abuse and as long as ARK keeps churning out ROI, I tolerate the abuse.
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May 01, 2017, 07:41:38 PM
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Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.

What sort of a community is this?  Huh
If I have a question about ARK architecture, I am told to find the answer myself.
Feels like I am back in 5th grade again. lol.

You don't have to be this hostile to the new members here, if you dont have an answer.





did you not do any research in 5th grade on your own?  Ether take my advice or stop talking shit to me.  

I gave you a proper answer the second post.  It's not my fault you can't understand it.
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Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.

What sort of a community is this?  Huh
If I have a question about ARK architecture, I am told to find the answer myself.
Feels like I am back in 5th grade again. lol.

You don't have to be this hostile to the new members here, if you dont have an answer.





You'd better get used to it if you're sticking around. Its been like this since before the ICO. I thought of dumping my investment just because of the treatment that community members get around here but ARK has performed well so I'm hanging on. I've never seen anything like this treatment by a team member on any other coin on BTCT and I've been here for 7 years.  

However money talks louder than abuse and as long as ARK keeps churning out ROI, I tolerate the abuse.

the original strategy of coin projects were, please let me kiss your ass for some money.  We'll I'm tired of that.  I'm a 90s kid and back then people didn't sell out and we do things our own way.  

The way I do things is me and that's it.  I'm not going to kiss anyones ass who thinks they are entitled to answers just because.

TBH I could give a rats ass if people bring their bitcoin to ARK and it's been that way from day 1.  

I might be an asshole but at least I'm truthful here at bitcointalk which is not a common trait of people on this site.
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Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.

What sort of a community is this?  Huh
If I have a question about ARK architecture, I am told to find the answer myself.
Feels like I am back in 5th grade again. lol.

You don't have to be this hostile to the new members here, if you dont have an answer.





did you not do any research in 5th grade on your own?  Ether take my advice or stop talking shit to me.  

I gave you a proper answer the second post.  It's not my fault you can't understand it.

Your answer was not clear dude and I dont have a phd like you in smartbridge technology.

My question still stands for any other genuine devs here, if you are serious about this project.
How do you make the smart bridge work without code injection into other block chains?

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Go read and answer it for yourself.  You are new here and everyone else knows my temper already towards those who can't do research on their own and rely on the word of other strangers.

What sort of a community is this?  Huh
If I have a question about ARK architecture, I am told to find the answer myself.
Feels like I am back in 5th grade again. lol.

You don't have to be this hostile to the new members here, if you dont have an answer.





did you not do any research in 5th grade on your own?  Ether take my advice or stop talking shit to me.  

I gave you a proper answer the second post.  It's not my fault you can't understand it.

Your answer was not clear dude and I dont have a phd like you in smartbridge technology.

My question still stands for any other genuine devs here, if you are serious about this project.
How do you make the smart bridge work without code injection into other block chains?



dude, through the encoded listeners which are nodes that listen for smartbridge code and relay processes to other blockchains.
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dude, through the encoded listeners which are nodes that listen for smartbridge code and relay processes to other blockchains.
Thats better.
So If I want to bridge between eth and btc, I send eth to the 'ark encoded listener' which then converts it into btc and sends
it to the btc block chain - without the need for any code injection in eth or btc wallet code.
Is this correct?
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dude, through the encoded listeners which are nodes that listen for smartbridge code and relay processes to other blockchains.
Thats better.
So If I want to bridge between eth and btc, I send eth to the 'ark encoded listener' which then converts it into btc and sends
it to the btc block chain - without the need for any code injection in eth or btc wallet code.
Is this correct?

yeah basically that is one of two methods.  Encoded listener AND direct communication with the later being much further away than encoded listeners but provide the same functionality either way.

That's all you get from me.  You're lucky i'm in a good mood today.

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