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March 07, 2017, 04:20:35 AM
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Here's my take on this:

No code on Github :’( : not uncommon in ICO projects

No Escrow. : Using only exchanges, which are kind of an escrow

POS 51% distribution : There is a governance plan, and PwC involvment, this is not the average shitcoin where the dev dumps the premine and disappears, too many big actors involved.

Using multiple different identities and aliases.: People use aliases, it's not uncommon neither. The team is obviously not trying to hide their identity, they attend to meetups and conferences ...

Connection with multiple projects one being Bitbay.: If someone invested in BitBay, does not make them scammers.

Deletion of connections and associations.: Details Huh

Previous ICO’s and a history of leaving projects. Details Huh

Maybe the team can give more info!


Maybe they can, but they won't.

How is it that you are the only person on BCT that has any (and quite excessive) faith in this project in light of everything that has been brought up? You are obviously connected to this project.

Also, "No code on Github :’( : not uncommon in ICO projects" Actually that's pretty damn uncommon for a project hoping to raise 10 million without using escrow. Usually if there is no code at the start, an escrow is used so that the money isn't released until the code is released and certain benchmarks are reached.

Also, "No Escrow. : Using only exchanges, which are kind of an escrow" might be true except it has been shown now that qtum team members own some of the exchanges they are using to host the ICO.

Also, "Connection with multiple projects one being Bitbay.: If someone invested in BitBay, does not make them scammers." Not simply connected with BitBay, the leader of qtum- Patrick Dai- stole money from BitBay. A bit of a difference there. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=890531.msg17942817#msg17942817

I'm interested in this project as I come from a technical background, and I think this is really interesting technically speaking. and it seems there is concrete development going on in light of the demo videos and the published papers, I'm voiced against the trolls because it's obvious they are on a mission to discredit this project. I will probably invest in this, but I don't give investment advice, do your own research!

I did not see any proof team members own exchanges, maybe some investors are related to some somehow, not sure, but there will be a public address holding the ICO funds as far as I know.

Could be a good thing to release the source code before the ICO, or even some kind of PoC or demo or something concrete, but again many big ICOs did not release anything before the ICO including zcash and eth.

As to the bitbay story, it seems fishy to me that the bitbay dev started blaming Dai two years later, before it was blamed on someone else. It looks like someone pushed them to do so. Anyway unless they have proof or go to court (which they had plenty of time to do) it's their word against his.
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Have the devs explained yet why only 51% gets sold in the crowdfunding and the rest gets split over themselves and angel backers?

Even if they try to dismiss everything as FUD and want the crowdsale go on, they at least should explain the reasoning of the coin distribution.

I have asked them 3 times since beginning of February, they said they would reply within 24 hours but still haven't given an explanation.

Hi, the answer to this is in the Qtum Economy Whitepaper (https://qtum.org/en/white-papers)

We will release the Crowd Sale details on the 9th of March, and then discuss them in more detail. 

We will also be hosting a technical Q&A session at our Slack on Tuesday, 8pm Beijing Time (7am EST)


No, that is not the answer. Ofcourse I have read the white paper and in my initial 3 enquiries you said you would give a further explanation on why the funds get allocated this way. You would give an answer within 24 hours, this was on the 10th of February, 1 month ago. Now you say the 9th of March.

The crowdsale is ment to fund your project. This means that there should not be separate allocations for business development and research etc etc, these allocations should be funded from the crowdsale.

So, it would seem most logical to distribute 80% in the crowdsale and the remaining 20% to the initial backers.

What does the money raised in the 51% crowdsale even get used for? I would assume business development and research. No need to allocate more tokens to yourselves...

The 51% is the funds required to fund the Qtum Foundation over the next 4 years, this means the cost of development, salaries, rent, and so forth.  We will release a snapshot of the source code 2 days before the March 16th crowd sale, which shows our progress toward a working test network.

Of the other 49%, most will be held in transparent addresses, and will be used to fund the initiatives laid out in the Economy Whitepaper.

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Way to go, Earlz! Now you have cocksuckeroverflow all over your ass for tryin' to pawn off a press release as actual news. Hell, dude, you even quoted the part where it declares it a paid advert. You're a fuckin' genius. I love this thread! Leroy Fodor honestly, I don't even care if the Qtum and DaiLi Quagmire Circus doesn't make it to a town near me because I can enjoy it live on the Internet DAIly, albeit I won't be able to enjoy the smell of the elephants or meet the Markov Twins in person or watch Caspal's amazing feet in action in person or play penny ante poker with a true professional in person, but that's the price I'm willing to pay for entertainment 24/7. Seriously, this is the act that folks should invest in and asking, "When the ICO?"

We made some news today! http://finance.yahoo.com/news/qtum-blockchain-project-announces-support-160000010.html

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The Qtum Blockchain Project Announces Support From PwC

PR Newswire   PR NewswireMarch 7, 2017

SINGAPORE, March 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Qtum Foundation, architects of the Qtum blockchain, which execute smart contracts with a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, today announced that one of the leading professional service providers PwC is supporting Qtum's efforts to help fuel blockchain adoption across global business sectors. This includes providing comments on a white paper to be prepared by the project team, as well as on their proposed project governance structure. PwC is a network of firms in 157 countries, who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, advisory, and tax services.

"PwC sees enormous potential for blockchain to revolutionize business practices as we know them, and the firm has made great efforts in developing strategic and technical capabilities to adapt existing products and services for the new technology. We are excited to get involved in the era of innovation and help companies capture the opportunities and benefits brought by the new technology. Working with the Qtum Foundation aligns with our goal," said CY Cheung, Fintech and Cybersecurity Partner of PwC China.

Qtum's governance structure, which is detailed in the Foundation's Qtum Blockchain Economy Whitepaper (https://qtum.org/en/white-papers), illustrates the level of professionalism PwC has brought to the team. Qtum's management structure will allow the project to effectively take hold as one of the largest open-source blockchain projects that can meet the needs of financial services, Internet of Things (IoT), supply chain management, social media, gaming and other industries.

"The Qtum Project is committed to becoming a smart contracts platform for business. To do this, Qtum wants to make it feasible for industries to build practical applications on top of Qtum. Qtum envisions a future where business practices are automated, and machine-to-machine communication is seamless. Having PwC, who has broad expertise across industries and a global network, support Qtum will help us fulfill our mission," added to Patrick Dai, co-founder of the Qtum Project.

About Qtum: Qtum is an open source value transfer protocol and decentralized application platform. The development team hails from multiple countries around the globe and is a collection of top experts in the industry. The Qtum Foundation, headquartered in Singapore, is the decision-making body that drives the project development. The Qtum Foundation has engaged one of the world's leading professional service providers, PwC, for project management support. Learn more at https://qtum.org

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This is a press release, do you know what's a press release glebby?

I meant articles like these:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/rogeraitken/2017/02/06/qtum-mixing-bitcoin-ethereum-launching-proof-of-stake-smart-contracts-platform/

https://news.bitcoin.com/qtum-project-mixture-bitcoin-ethereum/

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fi.imgur.com%2F7YvsR3b.png%3F1&t=574&c=9FGFyEZvKBvuBg

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/qtum-building-bridges-between-bitcoin-ethereum-hyperledger-r3-corda-1605691

And the list is long, don't tell me Qtum owns forbes.com too!

Oh and you start sounding like a broken record here, it think it's time Qtum starts moderating this thread!

Also for anyone reading this guy's allegations please check this video:



This guy is a world class paid troll! be aware of that!

This was the original message directed to glebby the quoted one above is falsified, no wonder glebby changes text inside quotes, he have done much, much worst  Grin
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March 07, 2017, 06:34:19 AM
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Have the devs explained yet why only 51% gets sold in the crowdfunding and the rest gets split over themselves and angel backers?

Even if they try to dismiss everything as FUD and want the crowdsale go on, they at least should explain the reasoning of the coin distribution.

I have asked them 3 times since beginning of February, they said they would reply within 24 hours but still haven't given an explanation.

Hi, the answer to this is in the Qtum Economy Whitepaper (https://qtum.org/en/white-papers)

We will release the Crowd Sale details on the 9th of March, and then discuss them in more detail.  

We will also be hosting a technical Q&A session at our Slack on Tuesday, 8pm Beijing Time (7am EST)


No, that is not the answer. Ofcourse I have read the white paper and in my initial 3 enquiries you said you would give a further explanation on why the funds get allocated this way. You would give an answer within 24 hours, this was on the 10th of February, 1 month ago. Now you say the 9th of March.

The crowdsale is ment to fund your project. This means that there should not be separate allocations for business development and research etc etc, these allocations should be funded from the crowdsale.

So, it would seem most logical to distribute 80% in the crowdsale and the remaining 20% to the initial backers.

What does the money raised in the 51% crowdsale even get used for? I would assume business development and research. No need to allocate more tokens to yourselves...

The 51% is the funds required to fund the Qtum Foundation over the next 4 years, this means the cost of development, salaries, rent, and so forth.  We will release a snapshot of the source code 2 days before the March 16th crowd sale, which shows our progress toward a working test network.

Of the other 49%, most will be held in transparent addresses, and will be used to fund the initiatives laid out in the Economy Whitepaper.



in b4 ico is cancelled due to "technical difficulties" after raising less than $150k

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Excellent find, bud, as I wet my pants, piss now running down my chair making a beeline to the Colorado River pass the other vans neatly parallel parked thanks to my Authoritah! in this here homeless community.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-qtum-blockchain-project-announces-support-from-pwc-300418319.html




"Then we paid for an advert under the auspices of news because InvesQturds haven't a clue as to what the PR in PR News means, an advert proclaiming that we hooked up with a major scam outfit, having offices worldwide, with the intent of Qtum solidifying cred in the crypto community so to make it rain ten million dollars into our coffer controlled by The Founder, Mr. I Am Patrick Dai. Meanwhile, our unpaid sockpuppets continue to bump the tread in hopes of burying posts by unpaid Bitcoiners with accusations that they're paid trolls, offering up the exact same proof for such nonsense as Qtum does in proving that we're legit. Meanwhile, our office is being buried in elephant shit because all the shovels are being used to dig a deeper hole for ourselves."
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This was the original message directed to glebby the quoted one above is falsified, no wonder glebby changes text inside quotes, he have done much, much worst  Grin

Reads to me like cocksuckeroverflow doesn't know the difference between falsification and satire, for the intent of me "falsifying" the post was to bring to light how cocksuckeroverflow dissed the fuck outta me for not knowing the difference between news and a paid advert, even citing examples, then Earlz immediately came along and presented a link and quoting a paid advert as being actual news with his intent of giving Qtum cred. Again, these fuckers are geniuses!
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March 07, 2017, 07:25:08 AM
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Have the devs explained yet why only 51% gets sold in the crowdfunding and the rest gets split over themselves and angel backers?

Even if they try to dismiss everything as FUD and want the crowdsale go on, they at least should explain the reasoning of the coin distribution.

I have asked them 3 times since beginning of February, they said they would reply within 24 hours but still haven't given an explanation.

Hi, the answer to this is in the Qtum Economy Whitepaper (https://qtum.org/en/white-papers)

We will release the Crowd Sale details on the 9th of March, and then discuss them in more detail.  

We will also be hosting a technical Q&A session at our Slack on Tuesday, 8pm Beijing Time (7am EST)


No, that is not the answer. Ofcourse I have read the white paper and in my initial 3 enquiries you said you would give a further explanation on why the funds get allocated this way. You would give an answer within 24 hours, this was on the 10th of February, 1 month ago. Now you say the 9th of March.

The crowdsale is ment to fund your project. This means that there should not be separate allocations for business development and research etc etc, these allocations should be funded from the crowdsale.

So, it would seem most logical to distribute 80% in the crowdsale and the remaining 20% to the initial backers.

What does the money raised in the 51% crowdsale even get used for? I would assume business development and research. No need to allocate more tokens to yourselves...

The 51% is the funds required to fund the Qtum Foundation over the next 4 years, this means the cost of development, salaries, rent, and so forth.  We will release a snapshot of the source code 2 days before the March 16th crowd sale, which shows our progress toward a working test network.

Of the other 49%, most will be held in transparent addresses, and will be used to fund the initiatives laid out in the Economy Whitepaper.

Qtum, you forgot to answer the simple question presented 24 hours. Why was Neil Sakr's name changed to Neil Mahi?

You've changed it in the OP of this thread to Neil Mahi which was quoted in the third post of this thread depicted as Neil Sakr -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720632.msg17228210#msg17228210, not to mention you, yourselves, had it as Neil Sakr on your official website (now changed), in paid adverts, and published on "actual" news outlets.

The only Neil Sakr on the entire Internet is associated with Qtum. NO OTHER PLACE!
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The Qtum Whitepaper Has Been Updated:

Please visit https://qtum.org/en/white-papers to download.



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The Qtum Whitepaper Has Been Updated:

Please visit https://qtum.org/en/white-papers to download.



Qtum, you forgot to answer the simple question presented 24 hours. Why was Neil Sakr's name changed to Neil Mahi?

You've changed it in the OP of this thread to Neil Mahi which was quoted in the third post of this thread depicted as Neil Sakr -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720632.msg17228210#msg17228210, not to mention you, yourselves, had it as Neil Sakr on your official website (now changed), in paid adverts, and published on "actual" news outlets.

The only Neil Sakr on the entire Internet is associated with Qtum. NO OTHER PLACE!
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Neil Sakr was an online name, like how if you look I'm listed as Jordan Earlz or just Earlz instead of Jordan Earls in some cases. It was a mistake so we fixed it.

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The Qtum Whitepaper Has Been Updated:

Please visit https://qtum.org/en/white-papers to download.



This whitepaper is extremely good and I hope all of you read it to solidify your understanding of Qtum. Although it covers a lot of technical details, it is not what I'd call a "technical whitepaper", so even non-technical people can read it to get a better understanding of what Qtum is and how we will accomplish our goals

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Neil Sakr was an online name, like how if you look I'm listed as Jordan Earlz or just Earlz instead of Jordan Earls in some cases. It was a mistake so we fixed it.

Don't mind that guy, he goes himself by a multitude of online names and aliases, yet he's crying why people use aliases online.

If you check this video, you will probably understand what kind of person glebby is, so don't be too hard on him:





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Neil Sakr was an online name, like how if you look I'm listed as Jordan Earlz or just Earlz instead of Jordan Earls in some cases. It was a mistake so we fixed it.

Don't mind that guy, he goes himself by a multitude of online names and aliases, yet he's crying why people use aliases online.

If you check this video, you will probably understand what kind of person glebby is, so don't be too hard on him:


Don't mind cocksuckeroverflow, for the dude's obviously suffering from brain damage due to its only two brain cells not having the capacity to communicate with each other because the path is closed between the left and right hemisphere.

Don't go anywhere, for my next post is much morer deeperer cuz mes put alotsa thoughting into it.
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Press Update:




Marketwatch.com discusses China's interest in Blockchain technology to deploy a 'digital renminbi'.  Patrick Dai makes an appearance to give his thoughts on the matter:

The reason they’re doing this is because they want to have more transparency to regulate how money flows between banks,” said Patrick Dai, founder of the Qtum foundation, creators of the Qtum blockchain project."




By Joseph Adinolfi


"Chinese banks in two cities are testing a custom-built digital currency developed by the People’s Bank of China, according to information gleaned from local media reports and interviews with two individuals who are familiar with the central bank’s thinking.

The digital currency, known to the broader world as “ChinaCoin,” but officially referred to inside China as digital renminbi, or RMB, was developed by the PBOC in partnership with other private and public entities.

Eventually, Chinese authorities hope digital RMB will help the government strengthen oversight of the country’s banks, while helping to prevent financial crime.

“The reason they’re doing this is because they want to have more transparency to regulate how money flows between banks,” said Patrick Dai, founder of the Qtum foundation, creators of the Qtum blockchain project.

In recent months, certain local banks based in Shenzhen, a financial hub in southern China, and Guiyang, the capital of a province in the country’s southwest, have begun experimenting with first using the digital RMB network for settlement and clearing of transactions in the country’s interbank bond market.

China’s national media frequently cites transparency and efficiency as among the potential benefits of the digital renminbi project. However, in an interview with Caixin, a Chinese business publication, People’s Bank of China Gov. Zhou Xiaochuan said it would take China approximately 10 years to fully embrace the digital renminbi. China’s currency USDCNY, -0.0319%  is interchangeably referred to as yuan and renminbi.

But once it is widely launched, digital RMB will be more convenient, protect citizens’ privacy and maintain social order, Zhou said. Eventually, the digital adoption will allow the central bank to make better-informed decisions about monetary policy by allowing it to more closely monitor the movement of capital through the Chinese economy, he said, adding the system could also make it easier to prevent financial crimes such as money laundering.

Zhou also emphasized key differences between digital RMB and bitcoin, arguably the best known cryptocurrency. While the digital renminbi will incorporate some elements of blockchain technology, like the cryptographic algorithms that help secure the bitcoin network, it will more closely resemble a “permissioned” blockchain — a type of closed system that limits who can access and change information.

Read: This bitcoin rival nearly doubled in value in one week

The Chinese system will also be centrally controlled by the government, a concept that contravenes what bitcoin enthusiasts consider to be the cryptocurrency’s most revolutionary innovation: the ability to maintain a monetary system that is resistant to centralized control.

”The elephant in the room is how much it could potentially increase [the PBOC’s] control,” said Chris Burniske, Blockchain analyst and products lead at ARK Invest.

The price of a single bitcoin US:BTCUSD  was at $1,280 in recent trade, just shy of an all-time high reached late last week. Part of the rise has been attributed to anticipation of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s decision on approval of the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, which is expected by the end of the week.

The PBOC isn’t the only central bank that’s exploring the feasibility of its own digital currency. The Bank of England joined with researchers at University College in London to create RSCoin, a digital currency for central banks. The Bank of Canada has also said it is developing a blockchain-based digital version of the Canadian dollar. "




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You're gonna love this update.  Grin Grin Grin (below horizontal line)


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March 16-17th, 2015 - Development Updates

We will keep you posted on the Counterparty downtime once again.

1.) This is a community question.
1.1) Would you like for us to convert existing TilecoinX to our platform?
1.2) How many other Counterparty assets/tokens does everyone have?

2.) We will be traveling to San Francisco for meetings in the next few weeks. We can only publish joint press releases once the paperwork and details are signed. VERY VERY VERY excited!

3.) Backup any TILECOINX via https://counterwallet.io if you do not feel comfortable having TileCoinX in your local wallet until we release the next version with the private key backup view.

4.) How to use Private Key to import BTC funds from external address to Counterwallet address?
https://counterparty.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/5000120686-how-to-use-private-key-to-import-btc-funds-from-external-address-to-counterwallet-address-

5.) Cold storage of Counterparty assets (& BTC) using Armory & Counterwallet
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Bter.com still holds a large majority of the TILECOINX (a large % belonging to 'angel investors'): https://www.blockscan.com/address/14e3NAm3oNE2Xqvu9SzndsxvVRj9vbwZ9C. This leaves us with about 20 million XTC in circulation: https://www.blockscan.com/address/16iWzf8NydPZBH7QmPWdF4o5uhQ4ow9RY4. I assume not many people holding a lot of XTC if we look at current distribution (not including Bter.com): https://www.blockscan.com/assetholders?q=TILECOINX (nothing to fear).

Enjoy the San Francisco trip, expecting BIG BIG BIG things here for Tilepay in the next few weeks. Smiley

Take it easy.

Will keep support tilecoin for 10 years. Smiley




From the desk of Handsome Early:

http://weixin.bitfei.com/plugin.php?id=hejin_toupiao&model=detail&zid=15





I guess that explains away why the earliest (no pun intended) transactions into Qtum's official bitcoin wallet address originated from TileCoin's bitcoin wallet address via BTER.

I'll give you one fuckin guess, one fuckin guess only as to why the following post sadden Startstar:

Here are a few more chats for you guys to look over...


I'll release more and more over the coming days and weeks and I'll save the best for last!!

[2014-11-15 7:38:30 AM] Steven Dai: yes
[2014-11-15 7:39:18 AM] Steven Dai: 20 minutes left
[2014-11-15 7:39:26 AM] Gekko: w00t!
[2014-11-15 7:39:37 AM] Steven Dai: i will buy this out
[2014-11-15 7:48:41 AM] linhan.ee: all done 2765.7221 BTC collected.
[2014-11-15 7:48:56 AM] Steven Dai: i buy this out
[2014-11-15 7:49:12 AM] Steven Dai: let me check how many bitcoins i put into this
[2014-11-15 7:49:19 AM] Gekko: ok
[2014-11-15 7:51:14 AM] Steven Dai: put 1283BTC into this  and hold 0.442 billion Bitbay
[2014-11-15 7:52:38 AM] Steven Dai: so we buy 1283BTC+500BTC=1783BTC Bay..we get about 2765BTC-1783BTC=982BTC.
[2014-11-15 7:53:24 AM] Gekko: (handshake)
[2014-11-15 7:53:47 AM] Steven Dai: me and lin advance 25BTC to David.  so we get 982-25=957BTC for us
[2014-11-15 7:53:55 AM] linhan.ee: well done
[2014-11-15 7:54:04 AM] Gekko: good work guys
[2014-11-15 7:54:30 AM] Gekko: also im aware Bob was forwarded his funds already.
[2014-11-15 7:55:00 AM] Steven Dai: yes
[2014-11-15 7:55:19 AM] Steven Dai: lin send 500BTC to bob after the first ico day
[2014-11-15 7:55:34 AM] linhan.ee: Trading open time has been published?
[2014-11-15 7:55:44 AM] linhan.ee: I will setup a trading time for it
[2014-11-15 7:55:45 AM] Gekko: yes, and you sent him today 170 i beleive.
[2014-11-15 7:56:02 AM] Steven Dai: so everybody get 957/5=191BTC
[2014-11-15 7:56:12 AM] Gekko: beautiful
[2014-11-15 7:56:26 AM] Gekko: and this is only the start
[2014-11-15 7:57:18 AM] Steven Dai: and get 356 BTC values Bitbay.
[2014-11-15 7:57:46 AM] Steven Dai: so everybody will get 191BTC+356 values Bitbay.
[2014-11-15 7:58:22 AM] Steven Dai: Also we should at least Reserve 100BTC+200BTC Bitbay for DEV Funds control by ourselves.
[2014-11-15 7:58:34 AM] Gekko: of course
[2014-11-15 7:59:38 AM] Gekko: now when market opens we will push the price to at least a triple floor.
[2014-11-15 7:59:41 AM] Steven Dai: so finally the number is: 171BTC+316BTC values BitBay  and  100BTC+200BTC values DEV funds control by our five
[2014-11-15 7:59:49 AM] Gekko: and it will never come back down. never.
[2014-11-15 7:59:57 AM] Steven Dai: that's great
[2014-11-15 8:00:18 AM] Steven Dai: bob get 170BTC and 500BTC values BitBay.
[2014-11-15 8:33:03 AM] Steven Dai: when will we release the wallet and coin to bter?
[2014-11-15 8:34:13 AM] Gekko: Lin should already have the wallet installed. Just need David to send him the coins
[2014-11-15 8:34:51 AM] Steven Dai: ok nice
[2014-11-15 8:37:10 AM] Gekko: So when Lin is ready, have him post the address to David.
[2014-11-15 8:37:15 AM] Gekko: Then everything is 100%
[2014-11-15 8:38:32 AM] Steven Dai: you mean the Total Bitcoin address?
[2014-11-15 8:38:48 AM] Gekko: I mean, the exchange bitbay address
[2014-11-15 8:38:51 AM] Steven Dai: all done 2765.7221 BTC collected.?
[2014-11-15 8:38:57 AM] Gekko: no...
[2014-11-15 8:39:01 AM] Steven Dai: oh i se
[2014-11-15 8:39:03 AM] Steven Dai: oh i see
[2014-11-15 8:39:13 AM] Steven Dai: just the BitBay address right?
[2014-11-15 8:39:15 AM] Gekko: David has all the BitBay, Lin has the exchange wallet. We just need the coins in the exchange wallet
[2014-11-15 8:39:18 AM] Gekko: yes
[2014-11-15 8:39:24 AM] Steven Dai: oh i see
[2014-11-15 8:39:29 AM] Gekko: please make sure Lin gets the coins from David ASAP.
[2014-11-15 8:39:40 AM] Steven Dai: lin is offline now
[2014-11-15 8:39:49 AM] Steven Dai: i think he will be back soon
[2014-11-15 8:40:02 AM] Gekko: Can you call him? It's important that the coins are ready before 6am our time
[2014-11-15 8:40:18 AM] Steven Dai: so people can withdrawal coin是?
[2014-11-15 8:40:20 AM] Steven Dai: coins?
[2014-11-15 8:42:18 AM] Gekko: yes indeed
[2014-11-15 8:45:17 AM] Gekko: getting coins out of the exchange helps against dumping and also for POS in peoples wallets
[2014-11-15 8:45:29 AM] Gekko: POS is what maintains the blockchain
[2014-11-15 8:45:54 AM] Steven Dai: yes 
[2014-11-15 8:49:21 AM] David Zimbeck: when lin gives me an address i will send
[2014-11-15 8:49:32 AM] Steven Dai: ok
[2014-11-15 9:05:33 AM] Steven Dai: we need articles on Coindesk.
[2014-11-15 9:05:52 AM] Gekko: yes, i agree will do what we can to make that happen
[2014-11-15 9:07:00 AM] Steven Dai: hi gekko
[2014-11-15 9:07:15 AM] Steven Dai: do you have a plan when market open?
[2014-11-15 9:07:22 AM] Steven Dai: we need to fake the volume on bter
[2014-11-15 9:07:28 AM] Steven Dai: and also later on Bittrex
[2014-11-15 9:07:40 AM] Steven Dai: will we release the source code later?
[2014-11-15 9:07:47 AM] Gekko: I have a good bot for Bittrex, and I can take care of that market
[2014-11-15 9:07:53 AM] Gekko: but I don't have a bot for Bter
[2014-11-15 9:08:14 AM] Gekko: we can release the core wallet source sure. I will check with Flubber when the time for that is right
[2014-11-15 9:08:54 AM] Steven Dai: yes..
[2014-11-15 9:09:10 AM] Steven Dai: do we have a plan when market open GMT 22:00?
[2014-11-15 9:09:36 AM] Gekko: yes, we will build solid support
[2014-11-15 9:09:44 AM] Gekko: we hold a major % in the currency
[2014-11-15 9:09:50 AM] Gekko: we will take steps to push the price up
[2014-11-15 9:10:08 AM] Gekko: We won't "pump" it too crazy high. We just want to put it at a good price that it deserves
[2014-11-15 9:10:10 AM] Steven Dai: how many we control this?
[2014-11-15 9:10:27 AM] Gekko: well im not the market mover, that's bob
[2014-11-15 9:10:35 AM] Steven Dai: yes..if we ever can push this over 400 satoshi..
[2014-11-15 9:10:38 AM] Gekko: but, I know we will work together to push it good
[2014-11-15 9:10:41 AM] Steven Dai: then that will helps
[2014-11-15 9:10:46 AM] Gekko: I was thinking 300 - 400
[2014-11-15 9:10:58 AM] Gekko: then 400 - 500
[2014-11-15 9:11:05 AM] Gekko: and have a good floor at 400 at least
[2014-11-15 9:11:20 AM] Gekko: possibly higher if the market works with us
[2014-11-15 9:11:30 AM] Gekko: we need to release technology to really push it
[2014-11-15 9:11:53 AM] Gekko: but we can do some good price pushing
[2014-11-15 9:12:32 AM] Steven Dai: nice
[2014-11-15 9:14:02 AM] Steven Dai: we do not want people complain the price..so better we do not broke ico price
[2014-11-15 9:15:36 AM] David Zimbeck: yeah obviousl
[2014-11-15 9:15:40 AM] David Zimbeck: but Steven
[2014-11-15 9:15:45 AM] David Zimbeck: we can break it too
[2014-11-15 9:15:56 AM] David Zimbeck: because soon we will have the peg and the price will move
[2014-11-15 9:16:07 AM] David Zimbeck: but obviously it is better we never break Smiley
[2014-11-15 9:16:19 AM] David Zimbeck: because we dont want to be less popular
[2014-11-15 9:17:46 AM] Gekko: this is a great coin sir, and very cheap
[2014-11-15 9:18:11 AM] Steven Dai: yes just tell people we will rank top 10
[2014-11-15 9:18:12 AM] Steven Dai: lol
[2014-11-15 9:18:15 AM] Gekko: price deserves to rise. but without a cool release soon it may want to slowly move back down
[2014-11-15 9:18:24 AM] Steven Dai: i see
[2014-11-15 9:18:24 AM] Gekko: yes, and we will
[2014-11-15 9:18:46 AM] Steven Dai: will ask coinmarketcap add us when wallet and trading opens
[2014-11-15 9:18:59 AM] Steven Dai: so people will see us rank top 20 first
[2014-11-15 9:19:03 AM] Steven Dai: then top10
[2014-11-15 9:19:10 AM] Gekko: yes yes
[2014-11-15 9:19:16 AM] Steven Dai: then top5//
[2014-11-15 9:19:20 AM] Gekko: w00t!!!!
[2014-11-15 9:19:30 AM] Steven Dai: i hope one day we can in top5
[2014-11-15 9:19:48 AM] Steven Dai: and we control 60% of the Total Bitbay..
[2014-11-15 9:19:52 AM] Steven Dai: that will be huge
[2014-11-15 9:21:18 AM] Gekko: how much total % we have now?
[2014-11-15 9:24:09 AM] Steven Dai: 1283BTC by myself and 500BTC by bob...i hold 0.44billion and i think that group hold about 0.19 billion..so we control about 0.63 billion together
Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry

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Let somebody else claim it. I'll just provide the info. Hell, it wouldn't surprise me to learnt that cocksuckeroverflow is doing just that as we speak.

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