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Author Topic: ARK - DPoS 🔹 ARK Protokol 🔹 MarketSquare 🔹 IPFS 🔹 Staking on Binance 🔹  (Read 779029 times)
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October 10, 2017, 07:03:21 AM
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Hi,

I am new and may i know is Ark a proof of stake coin too??

hope someone can share more info thanks.

Sort of. It is a delegated proof of stake coin. There are delegates that perform the block generation and are voted for with Ark wallets. The 51 with most votes are active and can confirm blocks and forge new Ark as a reward. You get a % of Ark made by the delegate you voted for.

So it's even better for the average person. You make a vote and close the app.
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October 10, 2017, 07:05:45 AM
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According to the source, ARK is one of the most profitable project out there. Like lisk.   Grin
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October 10, 2017, 07:10:34 AM
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Which delegate are you vote?
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October 10, 2017, 07:11:55 AM
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ARK is slowly starting to recover now.Its still a very good price to get in for the newcomers.
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October 10, 2017, 07:14:07 AM
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Which delegate are you vote?
You can find out which delegate gives you the best return by using one of the calculators below.And you vote for the ones which gives you the maximum return.
1. R.econnico : http://calculator.reconnico.com/ 
2. B.ioly: http://pool.arkno.de/calculator.php
3. D.afty: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FGo3FkC3uSWXGHatPQyny2brMWjAIJsHFCR-Lhkl_m0
4. T.oons : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dmFKza6cM3DYaNbKLlZg2rx6rZL5iLcYRLK5eEXXqD8
5. arkx: https://delegates.arkx.io/calculator
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October 10, 2017, 02:29:59 PM
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so ark basically just do voting only and earn Ark coins??

How it earns?? Ark seem so different from other POS coins...
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October 10, 2017, 03:22:50 PM
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AMA with Blockv - Wednesday, 11th of October 2017 at 9am PT (4pm UTC) in ARK Slack!
Join ARK to participate: https://ark.io/slack


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October 10, 2017, 04:41:13 PM
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anyone having issue with new wallet showing a different balance on the main page/tab versus the transaction page/tab?
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October 10, 2017, 10:44:55 PM
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New release of ARK desktop wallet, fixing balance anomaly + some other bugs and updating to the newest Electron version! Update recommended!

Release page: https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/ark-desktop/releases/tag/1.4.1
Blog post: https://blog.ark.io/hot-fix-ark-desktop-wallet-v1-4-1-cb5c70b9958a



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October 10, 2017, 10:59:14 PM
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anyone having issue with new wallet showing a different balance on the main page/tab versus the transaction page/tab?


fixed with the hotfix update

https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/ark-desktop/releases
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October 11, 2017, 06:51:09 AM
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so ark basically just do voting only and earn Ark coins??

How it earns?? Ark seem so different from other POS coins...

Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) isn't really that weird--it just seems confusing at first. Ark is also not the only asset that uses it; BitShares and Shift are two others.

The point is that instead of everyone staking their own Ark, they instead add the 'weight' of their Ark together into pools that are run by specific 'delegates'. Only delegates can create new blocks on the network, and they are rewarded for this service. As an Ark holder, you use your Ark to vote for a delegate of your choice. Anyone can attempt to become a delegate, but of course you, as an Ark holder, will vote for a delegate that offers more benefits than the others. Mostly, these benefits take the form of redistributed rewards; i.e., the delegate promises to return X% of their rewards back to voters. But there are other considerations: maybe a delegate also proposes to use some % of their rewards for advertising that will benefit Ark, or maybe they propose to use some % to build and maintain a super-awesome server that will improve the network. So, rewards are the main reason people vote for one delegate over another, but they are not the only reason.

Only the 51 delegates with the most votes at any given time receive rewards. As soon as they fall out of the top 51, they receive nothing--and of course the people voting for them receive nothing also. So there is an incentive for delegates to always improve their service to the network in order to stay in favour with voters.

Think of it this way: instead of paying for a computer and electricity (and your time) to stake your own coins in your own wallet, you are contributing the weight of your Ark by voting for a delegate, and paying them a small fee, to do it for you. The democratic nature of the system means that only reliable, trustworthy delegates will remain in the top 51, ensuring network health. The system is also more favourable to small holders, for whom the cost/benefit of staking might otherwise be prohibitive.

If you want more detailed info, check out: https://steemit.com/dpos/@dantheman/dpos-consensus-algorithm-this-missing-white-paper

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October 11, 2017, 03:28:36 PM
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AMA with Blockv starts in 30 minutes (9am PT) in ARK's Slack.
Join ARK to participate: https://ark.io/slack


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October 11, 2017, 09:39:02 PM
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so ark basically just do voting only and earn Ark coins??

How it earns?? Ark seem so different from other POS coins...

Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) isn't really that weird--it just seems confusing at first. Ark is also not the only asset that uses it; BitShares and Shift are two others.

The point is that instead of everyone staking their own Ark, they instead add the 'weight' of their Ark together into pools that are run by specific 'delegates'. Only delegates can create new blocks on the network, and they are rewarded for this service. As an Ark holder, you use your Ark to vote for a delegate of your choice. Anyone can attempt to become a delegate, but of course you, as an Ark holder, will vote for a delegate that offers more benefits than the others. Mostly, these benefits take the form of redistributed rewards; i.e., the delegate promises to return X% of their rewards back to voters. But there are other considerations: maybe a delegate also proposes to use some % of their rewards for advertising that will benefit Ark, or maybe they propose to use some % to build and maintain a super-awesome server that will improve the network. So, rewards are the main reason people vote for one delegate over another, but they are not the only reason.

Only the 51 delegates with the most votes at any given time receive rewards. As soon as they fall out of the top 51, they receive nothing--and of course the people voting for them receive nothing also. So there is an incentive for delegates to always improve their service to the network in order to stay in favour with voters.


Think of it this way: instead of paying for a computer and electricity (and your time) to stake your own coins in your own wallet, you are contributing the weight of your Ark by voting for a delegate, and paying them a small fee, to do it for you. The democratic nature of the system means that only reliable, trustworthy delegates will remain in the top 51, ensuring network health. The system is also more favourable to small holders, for whom the cost/benefit of staking might otherwise be prohibitive.

If you want more detailed info, check out: https://steemit.com/dpos/@dantheman/dpos-consensus-algorithm-this-missing-white-paper



thanks for this, its something I to have been wondering. I'm just to lazy when I'm not busy to look it up

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October 12, 2017, 02:06:15 AM
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I just want to say I bought into Ark at $0.53. I never follow the project that closely (i have them on twitter) and never hear much from the team but its been my best performer. I think the team are head down working very hard for their investors and have provided some very good returns for early investors and great returns for the earliest investors.

Just want to say I appreciate it all. I wonder where we will be at in a years time? Maybe 10,15,20USD? Noone knows but hey thats the beauty of it  Smiley
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October 12, 2017, 08:05:41 AM
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Another milestone - over 5,000 followers and over 5,000 likes of ARK Facebook page! You are all amazing - thank you for your support!
If you haven't yet follow and like: https://www.facebook.com/ArkEcosystem/



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October 12, 2017, 09:18:26 AM
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It seems that things are going up every day a little more, is a sign of the great team behind ARK, keep it up!I will continue to hold my tokens for a long time.
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October 12, 2017, 10:10:49 AM
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I just want to say I bought into Ark at $0.53. I never follow the project that closely (i have them on twitter) and never hear much from the team but its been my best performer. I think the team are head down working very hard for their investors and have provided some very good returns for early investors and great returns for the earliest investors.

Just want to say I appreciate it all. I wonder where we will be at in a years time? Maybe 10,15,20USD? Noone knows but hey thats the beauty of it  Smiley
Same here, I bought ARK in March few days after Bittrex-Launch, it's my best invest too. I just want to remind you that you can vote for a delegate with the Ark wallet, this delagte has to be in the Top 51 and will mine Ark for you. In my case I haven't known this for months an so I missed out some hundred ARK! So if you are still not voting you should do that, just my recommendation.
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October 12, 2017, 10:55:30 AM
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It seems that things are going up every day a little more, is a sign of the great team behind ARK, keep it up!I will continue to hold my tokens for a long time.

It's a long-term hodl coin.Once the smart bridge is live we can expect the price to easily cross 0.001 BTC and even more.Bought some ARK at 5000 sat and sold early.Again made an entry at 33k sat and have no intention of selling for another year.


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October 12, 2017, 11:24:59 AM
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You are right @minorman, I do not have many tokens but I can assure you that I will hold them for many months until the price forces me to sell.
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October 12, 2017, 12:27:12 PM
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how does this project actually compare with Blocknet? Just different architectural approaches with the same goal?

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