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February 15, 2017, 06:32:48 AM
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Is this another ICO coin? I saw that is having a good trade volume on Bittrex and this call my attention. How can I get more information on this project. I just don't like the feeling here, because the wallet issue is what cause the down fall of Antshares project.

Go back to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1763606.msg17611574#msg17611574 and start reading there.
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February 15, 2017, 07:22:32 AM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH
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February 15, 2017, 01:10:08 PM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH

Come join us on Slack, this forum is toxic and you'll learn a lot more in Slack where we can get a real-time discussion going:

http://slack.ubiqsmart.com/

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February 15, 2017, 01:16:40 PM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH

Come join us on Slack, this forum is toxic and you'll learn a lot more in Slack where we can get a real-time discussion going:

http://slack.ubiqsmart.com/


^can i join the slack? lol no because your scamming litecamel dev is a lunatic! yes i said it you guys are wayyyy out!! :-D

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February 15, 2017, 01:18:46 PM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH


^"walled garden" style communication is not my style nor will fly to try to censor the dialog!! Anyone still holding this POS should have some BTC to DOUBLE DOWN @ 1000-700 WHERE JBS STARTED!!! :-D WEEEEE

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February 15, 2017, 02:25:15 PM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH


^"walled garden" style communication is not my style nor will fly to try to censor the dialog!! Anyone still holding this POS should have some BTC to DOUBLE DOWN @ 1000-700 WHERE JBS STARTED!!! :-D WEEEEE

Why so negative all of a sudden Gembitz, you seemed like the #1 shill for UBQ?  Huh



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February 15, 2017, 04:08:31 PM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH


^"walled garden" style communication is not my style nor will fly to try to censor the dialog!! Anyone still holding this POS should have some BTC to DOUBLE DOWN @ 1000-700 WHERE JBS STARTED!!! :-D WEEEEE

Why so negative all of a sudden Gembitz, you seemed like the #1 shill for UBQ?  Huh


^kool aid wore off .. lol good luck bagholding!! :-D #stuckhodlers

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February 15, 2017, 06:51:05 PM
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You recently requested a password reset for your account on Ubiq, but it looks like your account was disabled, so we can't reset your password. We're sorry about that!

If your account was disabled by mistake, please contact a Team Administrator to reactivate it.

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February 15, 2017, 07:31:29 PM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH

Come join us on Slack, this forum is toxic and you'll learn a lot more in Slack where we can get a real-time discussion going:

http://slack.ubiqsmart.com/

I've joined so many slacks. It would be good if someone could explain the utility of this coin in action on here where a bunch of people can read about it.
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February 16, 2017, 02:43:13 AM
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Website is live.  Nice job!

https://ubiqsmart.com
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February 16, 2017, 02:59:59 AM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH

Come join us on Slack, this forum is toxic and you'll learn a lot more in Slack where we can get a real-time discussion going:

http://slack.ubiqsmart.com/

I've joined so many slacks. It would be good if someone could explain the utility of this coin in action on here where a bunch of people can read about it.

^don't bother the slack people are not too happy about this!! :\

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February 16, 2017, 03:04:11 AM
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Website is live.  Nice job!

https://ubiqsmart.com

Very sexy. The green and black never gets old  Cool

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February 16, 2017, 03:04:58 AM
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Website is live.  Nice job!

https://ubiqsmart.com

Very sexy. The green and black never gets old  Cool



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February 16, 2017, 03:09:25 AM
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Website is live.  Nice job!

https://ubiqsmart.com

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February 16, 2017, 03:31:22 AM
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Does this actually do something different from ETH/ETC/EXP besides some difficulty changing algo that was mainly implemented to protect it from being attacked in the early going?

Unless UBIQ does something better than ETH/ETC/EXP does this may as well be a pump and dump coin

I know somebody is going to say it is in the OP thread but this is me saying right now that I do not get it. I just see some explanation that it is more secure as needed to survive the early network attacks. Once the hash rate is established is UBIQ any more secure than ETH, and is ETH even vulnerable to an attack anyway with their established hash rates?

On the perspective UBIQ functioning as a cryptocurrency and smart contract platform, I am not seeing where this has special utility besides a well established dev and a more unique name that doesn't seem too similar to ETH

nope. just another failed clone of eth.
all eth clones suck and they cant even go to pos until the dev at eth code it and the cloned blockchains steal it.
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February 16, 2017, 11:01:40 AM
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https://ubiqsmart.com/coinswapclaim/
is now 404

I filled the form 3 weeks ago, and the UBQ address for the the claim shows ZERO.

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February 16, 2017, 11:11:54 AM
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Any news about Polo listing?

P.s: don't send to slack pls Wink

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February 16, 2017, 11:36:05 AM
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What's she got do to with Ubiq?
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February 16, 2017, 01:52:38 PM
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https://ubiqsmart.com/coinswapclaim/
is now 404

I filled the form 3 weeks ago, and the UBQ address for the the claim shows ZERO.

we announced the swap and had the form available since september.. If your late submission has not been processed please contact me in the ubiq slack so we can resolve the issue, most likely the information provided is not correct. (e.g the signature failed)

The claim form is temporarily down as we have been migrating servers. It will be back soon.

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February 16, 2017, 02:52:35 PM
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Any news about Polo listing?

P.s: don't send to slack pls Wink

There was never any news for Polo listing, the Polo listing is speculation at this point. You can certainly help that effort by filling out the form on Polo, but I think we need to wait on that for a little bit. It's easier to target the smaller exchanges for now. Polo likes to ninja add. Roll Eyes

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