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March 10, 2017, 04:01:44 AM
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1. Ubiq claim to be a great platform and they needed money supposedly, have associated the Jumbucks currency that curiously grew the bubble for at least 5 its value in less than a month, rare?

Bitch why do you keep talking?  It isn't uncommon for the price of something to go up if work is put in.

Bitcoin went from $200 in 2015 to $1200 in 2017, rare?


^what part of i want my bitcoins back don't you understand ? Yes you are under alot of scrutiny now you go scamming people left and right? Call that bitch lawyer of yours i bet you two can come up with a even better scam ~ call brett in nevada too! Shocked

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March 10, 2017, 07:40:57 AM
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We've begun the process to have Ubiq added to the Cryptopia exchange with the ticker $UBQ.

We were fortunate to have $JBS listed there previously with several pairings.

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March 10, 2017, 08:58:12 AM
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We've begun the process to have Ubiq added to the Cryptopia exchange with the ticker $UBQ.

We were fortunate to have $JBS listed there previously with several pairings.



Cryptopia listing

Just wanted to add to this.

It's been a while since the Ubiq community successfully voted Ubiq to be added to Novaexchange. Reading back on some comments here and it's possibly true that Novaexchange only knows how to add Bitcoin based coins. I did a quick scan on their pairs and it's probably true.

So being a Proof of Work coin, I really think it's relevant to have further coin distribution for Ubiq on more than one exchange.  More than one exchange also gives us redundancy and a new audience of crypto people.

Cryptopia is a good choice as they cater pretty well to the crypto crowd.  Originally they actually had a policy of not adding coins which were ICO coins but I guess times change.  I've also used their mining pools but I think they've shut them down.

Anyway, they allow a coin to be listed with 1 million DOT through their Paytopia service so I purchased that today.

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Filled in the submission form as well.  See the quoted graphic.

So hopefully with this, the listing will be prioritized and people will be able to trade Ubiq on Cryptopia.

Thank you for your support. Smiley

Julian

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March 10, 2017, 09:25:38 AM
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The coin is going to be listed on NovaExchange also Wink

nevermind !!!!

NovaExchange is not able to trade DaggerHashimoto based coins !!!!

Ah OK, i'm kind of new in cryptocurrencies, I learn but I'm not an expert ! Now I know ^^.
The form as been filled but is useless so..
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March 10, 2017, 12:04:41 PM
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The coin is going to be listed on NovaExchange also Wink

nevermind !!!!

NovaExchange is not able to trade DaggerHashimoto based coins !!!!

Ah OK, i'm kind of new in cryptocurrencies, I learn but I'm not an expert ! Now I know ^^.
The form as been filled but is useless so..


and NEVER listen to gembitz. he is a retard in a mental ward...true!
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March 10, 2017, 02:22:21 PM
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The coin is going to be listed on NovaExchange also Wink

nevermind !!!!

NovaExchange is not able to trade DaggerHashimoto based coins !!!!

Ah OK, i'm kind of new in cryptocurrencies, I learn but I'm not an expert ! Now I know ^^.
The form as been filled but is useless so..


and NEVER listen to gembitz. he is a retard in a mental ward...true!

Haha yes, it's one of the first things I learned in the crypto currency world. He is ignored in the list Wink
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March 10, 2017, 02:42:09 PM
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When Ubiq go on Poloniex exchange ? Cheesy
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March 10, 2017, 03:02:18 PM
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When Ubiq go on Poloniex exchange ? Cheesy

hopefully not soon so we can fill our bags with cheap ubq
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March 10, 2017, 09:25:21 PM
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We've begun the process to have Ubiq added to the Cryptopia exchange with the ticker $UBQ.

We were fortunate to have $JBS listed there previously with several pairings.



Cryptopia listing

Just wanted to add to this.

It's been a while since the Ubiq community successfully voted Ubiq to be added to Novaexchange. Reading back on some comments here and it's possibly true that Novaexchange only knows how to add Bitcoin based coins. I did a quick scan on their pairs and it's probably true.

So being a Proof of Work coin, I really think it's relevant to have further coin distribution for Ubiq on more than one exchange.  More than one exchange also gives us redundancy and a new audience of crypto people.

Cryptopia is a good choice as they cater pretty well to the crypto crowd.  Originally they actually had a policy of not adding coins which were ICO coins but I guess times change.  I've also used their mining pools but I think they've shut them down.

Anyway, they allow a coin to be listed with 1 million DOT through their Paytopia service so I purchased that today.

Screen shot:


Filled in the submission form as well.  See the quoted graphic.

So hopefully with this, the listing will be prioritized and people will be able to trade Ubiq on Cryptopia.

Thank you for your support. Smiley

Julian



^almost 1-1 with the REAL UBIQ ON YOBIT!!! UBIQ is trading at 33 satoshis better buy now you noob! UBIQ ===> TO DA MOON!!! ;-D


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March 10, 2017, 09:26:46 PM
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When Ubiq go on Poloniex exchange ? Cheesy


^prolly after hell freezes over...zzz $JBS more likely at this point!! Cheesy

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March 10, 2017, 09:32:48 PM
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When Ubiq go on Poloniex exchange ? Cheesy


^prolly after hell freezes over...zzz $JBS more likely at this point!! Cheesy

the retard woke up for his meds.
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March 10, 2017, 10:42:34 PM
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When Ubiq go on Poloniex exchange ? Cheesy


^prolly after hell freezes over...zzz $JBS more likely at this point!! Cheesy

the retard woke up for his meds.

$UBIQ pumping on yobit! ~ i want this to crash some more on trex 1-1 with yobit soon! :-D weeeee

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March 11, 2017, 05:35:32 AM
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Gas over 2 million again. Sorta looks like someone might be launching another coin/big contract on the network.

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March 11, 2017, 09:31:12 AM
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March Madness - Multisig


@saintgermaine is organizing a March Madness (college basketball) competition. More details on that very soon.

@outragedhuman and myself will hold the pool funds in this multisig smart contract address. Screenshot is from the Fusion wallet

The multisig smart contract is set up so that 1 signature (1 of 2 multisig) can withdraw up to 10 UBQ per day, any amount greater than that requires BOTH signatures (2 of 2 multisig) to execute and transfer.

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March 11, 2017, 12:34:45 PM
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March Madness - Multisig


@saintgermaine is organizing a March Madness (college basketball) competition. More details on that very soon.

@outragedhuman and myself will hold the pool funds in this multisig smart contract address. Screenshot is from the Fusion wallet

The multisig smart contract is set up so that 1 signature (1 of 2 multisig) can withdraw up to 10 UBQ per day, any amount greater than that requires BOTH signatures (2 of 2 multisig) to execute and transfer.


Awesome, I'm looking forward to this  Cheesy

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March 11, 2017, 05:09:19 PM
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March Madness - Multisig


@saintgermaine is organizing a March Madness (college basketball) competition. More details on that very soon.

@outragedhuman and myself will hold the pool funds in this multisig smart contract address. Screenshot is from the Fusion wallet

The multisig smart contract is set up so that 1 signature (1 of 2 multisig) can withdraw up to 10 UBQ per day, any amount greater than that requires BOTH signatures (2 of 2 multisig) to execute and transfer.


^you are going to need that lawyer at this rate now we are doing a sports betting? lol no gaming lawyer is going to be able to help you with this precedence in hawaii they will prosecute you base on stupidity.. @saintgemaine is to thank for the free coins were indeed given to me 280,000 UBQ you currently owe me so you wanna drag this out? so be it.. josh garza..cryptsy..ok lets go julian hope you are lawyered up! :\

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March 11, 2017, 05:58:29 PM
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March Madness - Multisig


@saintgermaine is organizing a March Madness (college basketball) competition. More details on that very soon.

@outragedhuman and myself will hold the pool funds in this multisig smart contract address. Screenshot is from the Fusion wallet

The multisig smart contract is set up so that 1 signature (1 of 2 multisig) can withdraw up to 10 UBQ per day, any amount greater than that requires BOTH signatures (2 of 2 multisig) to execute and transfer.


^you are going to need that lawyer at this rate now we are doing a sports betting? lol no gaming lawyer is going to be able to help you with this precedence in hawaii they will prosecute you base on stupidity.. @saintgemaine is to thank for the free coins were indeed given to me 280,000 UBQ you currently owe me so you wanna drag this out? so be it.. josh garza..cryptsy..ok lets go julian hope you are lawyered up! :\

the retard is out of his cell again. ignore this retard.
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March 11, 2017, 06:20:23 PM
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the retard is out of his cell again. ignore this retard.

Mr.Charlie I know you mean well but don't quote the text since it shows up for your posts. Many have Ignored the worthless troll who lies and sends threats. He has been reported to Bitcointalk mods but continue to ignore and report the posts.

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March 12, 2017, 07:18:17 AM
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Local rule for this Ubiq thread - Gembitz is no longer allowed to post in this thread

I have spoken to a Bitcointalk mod SaltySpitoon.

They have stated:
So what you can do is create a local rule for your thread, an ability any OP has. You must make a post in the thread itself, and preferably send the person you don't want posting a message as well telling them about the rule. In other words, for the local rule to have effect, it can't be a stealth thing.

If you make the rule, "Gembitz is no longer allowed to post in this thread" then they are not allowed to post in the thread, otherwise its a bannable offense if they continue.  It is however within your right to deny people the privilege of posting in a thread you have started.


This post states that "Local rule for this Ubiq thread - Gembitz is no longer allowed to post in this thread" is now enabled.

I have also sent Gembitz a DM.

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March 12, 2017, 02:53:06 PM
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Local rule for this Ubiq thread - Gembitz is no longer allowed to post in this thread

I have spoken to a Bitcointalk mod SaltySpitoon.

They have stated:
So what you can do is create a local rule for your thread, an ability any OP has. You must make a post in the thread itself, and preferably send the person you don't want posting a message as well telling them about the rule. In other words, for the local rule to have effect, it can't be a stealth thing.

If you make the rule, "Gembitz is no longer allowed to post in this thread" then they are not allowed to post in the thread, otherwise its a bannable offense if they continue.  It is however within your right to deny people the privilege of posting in a thread you have started.


This post states that "Local rule for this Ubiq thread - Gembitz is no longer allowed to post in this thread" is now enabled.

I have also sent Gembitz a DM.

Thanks,
Julian


Marvelous! Good move Smiley



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