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Author Topic: [ANN][UBQ] Ubiq - Smart Contracts For An Automated World  (Read 302274 times)
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July 31, 2017, 06:44:31 AM
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can I restore my fusion wallet with my pass-code? I have accidentally deleted the backup file.  Huh
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August 01, 2017, 05:17:56 PM
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why Ubiq instead of Ethereum? there are some simmilarities on the projects, right?

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August 02, 2017, 01:56:32 PM
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I'm new to mining and started to mine Ubiq and in the pool it says that i found 2 block but i can't see the reward !! is this normal or I just get a small % of the block reward and not the full 8 coins ??   
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August 02, 2017, 02:12:59 PM
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I'm new to mining and started to mine Ubiq and in the pool it says that i found 2 block but i can't see the reward !! is this normal or I just get a small % of the block reward and not the full 8 coins ??   

On most pools you receive a percentage based on the number of shares you submit. You can try your luck at a solo pool, but it may be many days until you find a single block. I've found more blocks than I've earned UBQ, but that's okay, it benefits the smaller miners. Eventually as the network grows and I can't find blocks anymore, I can still mine and earn rewards.

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August 02, 2017, 05:15:32 PM
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I'm new to mining and started to mine Ubiq and in the pool it says that i found 2 block but i can't see the reward !! is this normal or I just get a small % of the block reward and not the full 8 coins ??   

On most pools you receive a percentage based on the number of shares you submit. You can try your luck at a solo pool, but it may be many days until you find a single block. I've found more blocks than I've earned UBQ, but that's okay, it benefits the smaller miners. Eventually as the network grows and I can't find blocks anymore, I can still mine and earn rewards.

So if i switch to smaller pool like Pool Sexy from ubiqpool.io I can get bigger % as they have small number of miners compared to ubiqpool.io ??
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August 02, 2017, 05:46:37 PM
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I'm new to mining and started to mine Ubiq and in the pool it says that i found 2 block but i can't see the reward !! is this normal or I just get a small % of the block reward and not the full 8 coins ??   

On most pools you receive a percentage based on the number of shares you submit. You can try your luck at a solo pool, but it may be many days until you find a single block. I've found more blocks than I've earned UBQ, but that's okay, it benefits the smaller miners. Eventually as the network grows and I can't find blocks anymore, I can still mine and earn rewards.

So if i switch to smaller pool like Pool Sexy from ubiqpool.io I can get bigger % as they have small number of miners compared to ubiqpool.io ??

In my experience it averages out over time. You get a larger percentage, but not as frequently.

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August 02, 2017, 10:18:10 PM
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I would also like to know what is the advantages of this project in compare to the ethereum network. I switched my rigs recently to ubq, and i do trust it. but i would like to see more speculation from the community leaders!
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August 03, 2017, 05:14:22 PM
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You ought to join the Ubiq community on https://ubiqsmart.com/ . The developers are typically on there daily and great questions asked and answered by far the most informative Ubiq information I have found.
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August 05, 2017, 11:55:42 AM
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the biggest advantage is that you can mine ubq with ethereum graphic cards (for example 2gb ram) for 6 years.
and the network is much safer because of the flux difficulty that has been added to the algorhythm.
it has a well known team (julian yap bittrex developer) and its a long term coin (swap from jumbucks)

jumbucks was one of there very few successfull altcoins in times where altcoins were dry and only bitcoin ruled and it existed a very long time.
ubiq is one of the good ones not just an altcoin.

and also why? because ubq had a fair launch with no premine or icos same as jumbucks and thats the reason it should be worth more.
its already great that ubq is in top 100. the price 1,5 is still very profitable to buy. it has 30m coins and the prize can go up easily.

me for myself i speculate for 5 dollars after the next drop. its also good that there are many miners keeping the network strong.
it should be worth its money and not just be a speculation object like bitcoin with its 3 day transactions.
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August 05, 2017, 01:48:36 PM
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the biggest advantage is that you can mine ubq with ethereum graphic cards (for example 2gb ram) for 6 years.
and the network is much safer because of the flux difficulty that has been added to the algorhythm.
it has a well known team (julian yap bittrex developer) and its a long term coin (swap from jumbucks)

jumbucks was one of there very few successfull altcoins in times where altcoins were dry and only bitcoin ruled and it existed a very long time.
ubiq is one of the good ones not just an altcoin.

and also why? because ubq had a fair launch with no premine or icos same as jumbucks and thats the reason it should be worth more.
its already great that ubq is in top 100. the price 1,5 is still very profitable to buy. it has 30m coins and the prize can go up easily.

me for myself i speculate for 5 dollars after the next drop. its also good that there are many miners keeping the network strong.
it should be worth its money and not just be a speculation object like bitcoin with its 3 day transactions.


thanks for the heads up!

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August 05, 2017, 09:41:32 PM
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Quick update: you can now use MyEtherWallet as your Ubiq wallet.

https://twitter.com/ubiqsmart/status/893939141146066944
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August 06, 2017, 07:49:09 AM
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Am I right understand, the mail goal for ubiq is to build a chain with no hardfork possibility?
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August 06, 2017, 01:50:04 PM
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can I restore my fusion wallet with my pass-code? I have accidentally deleted the backup file.  Huh
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August 08, 2017, 07:56:23 AM
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why Ubiq instead of Ethereum? there are some simmilarities on the projects, right?

Lemme get this straight.
Ubiq is a Ethereum competitor... that runs/based on Ethereum?
Kind of hard to sell.
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August 08, 2017, 11:15:59 AM
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It doesn't run on Ethereum, its code is based on it and improved from there.
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August 08, 2017, 01:38:54 PM
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Ubiq is the next $400++ protocol coin out there,many people still can't realize that,but when they wake up this project will explode to category Lunar Smiley
Very bright future indeed,and so few coins in existence it is a mind boggling we have been around $1 for so long! Yet i still remember eth been around $0.40-$1 for over a year,so price won't be a issue very much longer..
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August 09, 2017, 07:50:34 PM
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Hi guys, I'm a miner and new to UBIQ, Im having troubles mining on ubiqpool.io. I really want to mine there, because its one of the biggest pools, meaning regular rewards. Been mining there for 4 hours and no immature balance, all my workers are showing.
I cant seem to find any telegram group, or facebook page or anything to speak to fellow miners of the group for advice. Do you guys know where i can contact mining pool members or submit a ticket, or anything?

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August 09, 2017, 08:58:51 PM
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Hi guys, I'm a miner and new to UBIQ, Im having troubles mining on ubiqpool.io. I really want to mine there, because its one of the biggest pools, meaning regular rewards. Been mining there for 4 hours and no immature balance, all my workers are showing.
I cant seem to find any telegram group, or facebook page or anything to speak to fellow miners of the group for advice. Do you guys know where i can contact mining pool members or submit a ticket, or anything?

Hmm strange, I mine there as well and never had any issue.
Can you post a screenshot taken from ubiqpool.io where can be seen your workers and balance?
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August 09, 2017, 09:11:06 PM
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Due to massive troubles with eu.ubiqpool.io (3digit pings are normal, but today since evening partial 100% losses of testpings too) i switched to ubiqpeon (located in germany, really low ping times, also the miner submits shares way faster) and have the same issue.

The rig is running and submitting, but no balance is shown :/ (runs on pool a couple of hours)
Will wait till tommorow morning. Strange, because i get stats and the miner also reports submitted shares.

:edit:
Ok, my fault. After modifying the bat file the stats came.
Must say i'm really dissapointed cause after 5 hours and a bit of math ubiqpool is producing/getting more milk.
So i swiched back again, have tripple digits share times, but a testping seems to be ok now (no more losses and ok ping respones)
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August 11, 2017, 06:06:30 PM
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go ubiq only 15btc for 15k sat prize raise
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