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May 21, 2017, 11:30:07 AM
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delegate anamix again does not pay his supporters in time. or at all, since 9 days. and now he's offline for 4 days. maybe take him out of ark profit calculator?

We should remove our votes.
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May 21, 2017, 11:48:30 AM
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delegate anamix again does not pay his supporters in time. or at all, since 9 days. and now he's offline for 4 days. maybe take him out of ark profit calculator?

ye i removed vote for 2 wallets, no answer and no pay wtf .. also hes very unactive..i voted for ravelou now
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May 21, 2017, 06:10:52 PM
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I'm new to Altcoins and have decided to invest in some ARK.

Looks like a great project and hoping it gets bigger in the long-run Smiley

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May 22, 2017, 02:43:46 PM
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I watch this thread daily and i'm watching it becomes a great one !

Price is still low IMO .

It is still low indeed. But wait until people get to know ARK better. It will sky rocket!!
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May 22, 2017, 03:25:38 PM
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I watch this thread daily and i'm watching it becomes a great one !

Price is still low IMO .

It is still low indeed. But wait until people get to know ARK better. It will sky rocket!!

yeah for sure. ark at least has some unique to offer. so as long ark team delivers (and sure they will) we will see the price go up.

easy as that.
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May 22, 2017, 05:54:01 PM
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Do we really think this project can rally?

The main draws are 1) a focus on consumer adoption and 2) bridging blockchains. 2) requires the cooperation of the development teams for the other chains, correct? Isn't it unlikely that Bitcoin and Ethereum would modify their code for Ark?

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May 22, 2017, 07:02:10 PM
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Ark doesn't need the cooperation of other dev teams because they can do it through encoded listeners as well.

Do we really think this project can rally?

The main draws are 1) a focus on consumer adoption and 2) bridging blockchains. 2) requires the cooperation of the development teams for the other chains, correct? Isn't it unlikely that Bitcoin and Ethereum would modify their code for Ark?


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May 22, 2017, 07:19:51 PM
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Do we really think this project can rally?

The main draws are 1) a focus on consumer adoption and 2) bridging blockchains. 2) requires the cooperation of the development teams for the other chains, correct? Isn't it unlikely that Bitcoin and Ethereum would modify their code for Ark?



No "code" needs to be modified and, yes we really do think this project can "rally"

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May 22, 2017, 08:00:29 PM
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Hmm, ok, I'm just trying to be devil's advocate since there is so much optimism around here. I am actually fairly long myself and in a sense I'm trying to test my own thinking.

I assume many of us in this thread are long and like it higher. But we need to be self-critical and think about the "what-ifs." That's all I'm doing.

It seems Ark has been forgotten in the recent rally the last few days. Something interesting to think about at the very least.
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May 23, 2017, 09:48:42 AM
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Hmm, ok, I'm just trying to be devil's advocate since there is so much optimism around here. I am actually fairly long myself and in a sense I'm trying to test my own thinking.

I assume many of us in this thread are long and like it higher. But we need to be self-critical and think about the "what-ifs." That's all I'm doing.

It seems Ark has been forgotten in the recent rally the last few days. Something interesting to think about at the very least.

Yeah, the big focus lately has been on ethereum and tokens. But the market volume is still good and Ark has held strong despite people selling off during the bitcoin rally to all time highs. We're still well above ICO price and even actuallly gained a bit of USD value and are not that far off from the all time high. I think Ark should rally as people look for cheaper but great platforms.. Ethereum is great and I see a good long term future, but for the short term I think its price is quite high.
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May 23, 2017, 09:50:32 AM
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author=toknormal link=topic=1927772.msg19153779#msg19153779 date=1495530085]

I have some Ethereum but I see it as an extremely risky investment long term. Sure it could keep going up, but what exactly are we investing in ?

If you think you are investing in the business models (DAO's) that run on it, think again. As far as those are concerned the blockchains are interchangeable. What happens when a successful DAO decides it wants to move to the next latest and greatest platform - be it Tezos, Rootstock, Ether Classic, whatever ? No problem ! They just create new tokens on the competing chain and supply them on a 1 to 1 exchange basis for the 'old' ones.

Thats the problem with these smart contract chains. There's an airgap between the base token and the real value source.

That airgap isn't there with the monetary blockchains. If you own Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Dogue, Peercoin, Unobtanium, Jackpotcoin you own it because the coin itself has value. There ain't no replacing it with another chain because it ain't itself any more. Whereas with a DAO token, you can move it to another chain and it's STILL itself.

I therefore regard these smart contract tokens with extreme caution when it comes to holding them as store of value. Monetary tokens can keep going up forever. Smart contract tokens can have the value drained out of them one day by a competing technology and for it never to come back. Consider investing in electronic typewriters in the 1970's. You'd have made a lot of money as long as you got out at some point. But if you held till the end of the 80's you'd be broke. Meanwhile if you'd held precious metal throughout you'd be fine.

Therefore the general rule is:

Monetary Blockchain Tokens: Real Gold
Smart contract Blockchain Tokens: Fools Gold

Smart Contract blockchain tokens = the 'Electronic Typewriter Shares' of the 21st century Wink


good and clear explanation!

in the future people can pretty much creating token/coin/contract/dao on Ark platform and move or exchange their Eth token/contract there. Ark is just one of many better platform coming next and soon there will be many, ark with better scalability network, larger(current 200tps) and fast transactions.
i see Ark is cracking this code wide open.

hey ark people, is this pretty much sum up SmartBridge?

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May 23, 2017, 07:53:18 PM
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author=toknormal link=topic=1927772.msg19153779#msg19153779 date=1495530085]

I have some Ethereum but I see it as an extremely risky investment long term. Sure it could keep going up, but what exactly are we investing in ?

If you think you are investing in the business models (DAO's) that run on it, think again. As far as those are concerned the blockchains are interchangeable. What happens when a successful DAO decides it wants to move to the next latest and greatest platform - be it Tezos, Rootstock, Ether Classic, whatever ? No problem ! They just create new tokens on the competing chain and supply them on a 1 to 1 exchange basis for the 'old' ones.

Thats the problem with these smart contract chains. There's an airgap between the base token and the real value source.

That airgap isn't there with the monetary blockchains. If you own Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Dogue, Peercoin, Unobtanium, Jackpotcoin you own it because the coin itself has value. There ain't no replacing it with another chain because it ain't itself any more. Whereas with a DAO token, you can move it to another chain and it's STILL itself.

I therefore regard these smart contract tokens with extreme caution when it comes to holding them as store of value. Monetary tokens can keep going up forever. Smart contract tokens can have the value drained out of them one day by a competing technology and for it never to come back. Consider investing in electronic typewriters in the 1970's. You'd have made a lot of money as long as you got out at some point. But if you held till the end of the 80's you'd be broke. Meanwhile if you'd held precious metal throughout you'd be fine.

Therefore the general rule is:

Monetary Blockchain Tokens: Real Gold
Smart contract Blockchain Tokens: Fools Gold

Smart Contract blockchain tokens = the 'Electronic Typewriter Shares' of the 21st century Wink


good and clear explanation!

in the future people can pretty much creating token/coin/contract/dao on Ark platform and move or exchange their Eth token/contract there. Ark is just one of many better platform coming next and soon there will be many, ark with better scalability network, larger(current 200tps) and fast transactions.
i see Ark is cracking this code wide open.

hey ark people, is this pretty much sum up SmartBridge?

Excellent explanation but you'll have to pardon my ignorance:

Among the top 10 coins, which do you see as smart contract coins, versus monetary coins? And how does Ark fit in there?

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May 24, 2017, 10:52:58 AM
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author=toknormal link=topic=1927772.msg19153779#msg19153779 date=1495530085]

I have some Ethereum but I see it as an extremely risky investment long term. Sure it could keep going up, but what exactly are we investing in ?

If you think you are investing in the business models (DAO's) that run on it, think again. As far as those are concerned the blockchains are interchangeable. What happens when a successful DAO decides it wants to move to the next latest and greatest platform - be it Tezos, Rootstock, Ether Classic, whatever ? No problem ! They just create new tokens on the competing chain and supply them on a 1 to 1 exchange basis for the 'old' ones.

Thats the problem with these smart contract chains. There's an airgap between the base token and the real value source.

That airgap isn't there with the monetary blockchains. If you own Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Dogue, Peercoin, Unobtanium, Jackpotcoin you own it because the coin itself has value. There ain't no replacing it with another chain because it ain't itself any more. Whereas with a DAO token, you can move it to another chain and it's STILL itself.

I therefore regard these smart contract tokens with extreme caution when it comes to holding them as store of value. Monetary tokens can keep going up forever. Smart contract tokens can have the value drained out of them one day by a competing technology and for it never to come back. Consider investing in electronic typewriters in the 1970's. You'd have made a lot of money as long as you got out at some point. But if you held till the end of the 80's you'd be broke. Meanwhile if you'd held precious metal throughout you'd be fine.

Therefore the general rule is:

Monetary Blockchain Tokens: Real Gold
Smart contract Blockchain Tokens: Fools Gold

Smart Contract blockchain tokens = the 'Electronic Typewriter Shares' of the 21st century Wink


good and clear explanation!

in the future people can pretty much creating token/coin/contract/dao on Ark platform and move or exchange their Eth token/contract there. Ark is just one of many better platform coming next and soon there will be many, ark with better scalability network, larger(current 200tps) and fast transactions.
i see Ark is cracking this code wide open.

hey ark people, is this pretty much sum up SmartBridge?

Excellent explanation but you'll have to pardon my ignorance:

Among the top 10 coins, which do you see as smart contract coins, versus monetary coins? And how does Ark fit in there?



yeah also curious... would be interesting to know!
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May 24, 2017, 12:18:35 PM
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ARK looks ready to fly like its cousin Lisk pretty soon Smiley
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May 24, 2017, 12:43:00 PM
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ARK looks ready to fly like its cousin Lisk pretty soon Smiley

Looks like it's taking off already! 50% value increase over 2 days!! Smiley

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May 24, 2017, 02:00:32 PM
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ARK looks ready to fly like its cousin Lisk pretty soon Smiley

Looks like it's taking off already! 50% value increase over 2 days!! Smiley
I hope to buy on monday or tuesday, with bonus pay. please price stop increasing! Sad
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May 24, 2017, 02:06:19 PM
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ARK looks ready to fly like its cousin Lisk pretty soon Smiley

Looks like it's taking off already! 50% value increase over 2 days!! Smiley
I hope to buy on monday or tuesday, with bonus pay. please price stop increasing! Sad

Not going to happen Cheesy
Going back to 0.0003 and high

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May 24, 2017, 04:25:22 PM
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Can I withdraw this to an Ethereum wallet or do I have to use the Ark client 

PM me, not checking

                                     
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May 24, 2017, 05:17:26 PM
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We're almost back to our all time high Cheesy
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May 24, 2017, 05:19:56 PM
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We're almost back to our all time high Cheesy

Where do you watch all time high ? It is at 14000 satoshi at Bittrex right now which isn't even the half price of all time high where it was being traded couple of weeks ago. I think you missed to check the trading history or messed up with information.
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