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August 30, 2017, 07:48:46 PM
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Hi guys,what do you think about price jump. I made maybe a bit stipid choice and sold half of my ubiq coins at 3.1$.

I hope it will fall a bit so i can rebuy them.

I sold everything..hoping price will drop back and I'll buy back cheaper.
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sometimes it is better to just forget some coins. i did not realise that the price went up that much.

to 0.00074298sat @bittrex. and now the price is down @0.00069329

i bought @0.000436 and won't sell now. the potential is huge.

If it doesnt fall below 2.5 $ im goning to rebuy for same valueas I sold hopefuly
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August 30, 2017, 07:52:59 PM
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Hi guys,what do you think about price jump. I made maybe a bit stipid choice and sold half of my ubiq coins at 3.1$.

I hope it will fall a bit so i can rebuy them.

I sold everything..hoping price will drop back and I'll buy back cheaper.
Hope to not get fucked Sad

sometimes it is better to just forget some coins. i did not realise that the price went up that much.

to 0.00074298sat @bittrex. and now the price is down @0.00069329

i bought @0.000436 and won't sell now. the potential is huge.

That's a great entry! You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. That's why it's all about having the right entry and then hodling risk-free, as you say, forgetting about the coin. Keeping them in a wallet helps with that for sure. At an exchange impulse can be strong to make a quick sell during a chaotic dump for example.
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August 30, 2017, 08:40:31 PM
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it's been probably said - but pls indulge a ubi-noob.

How's it better than competitors? (eth, waves...)
What unique tech is behind it?

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August 30, 2017, 08:50:00 PM
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Ubiq seems a interesting project. I am still trying to find the advantage over NEO. Are there any incentives planned to hold Ubiq?

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August 30, 2017, 08:52:24 PM
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The DAO philosophical failure and Ethereum network split opened the door to competitors on smart contract blockchains. Ubiq is the strongest: immutable unlike ETH, and with a brand focus away from experimentation and toward corporate professionalism. Once the Ethereum ICO craze breaks and that platform loses trust, Ubiq’s secure network and failure-free track record will present it as a viable smart contract competitor.

Ubiq has an upgraded codebase, newly-designed difficulty algorithm, monetary policy, and several million-dollar projects running as tokens on its chain. Additionally, it was launched in a spirit of fairness with zero ICO or developer premine. Currently valued at less than 0.5% of ETH’s market cap, Ubiq provides a top-tier alternative to ETH at a dramatically cheaper rate.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9


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August 30, 2017, 08:53:17 PM
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Ubiq seems a interesting project. I am still trying to find the advantage over NEO. Are there any incentives planned to hold Ubiq?

Blockrewards are decreasing each year , so you could say it will get more value each year - so good for holding.

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August 30, 2017, 09:20:50 PM
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hello,

New to Ubiq! It got mentioned in some article I read with some other coins and this one was the only one I didnt knew so thought let me check it out.

Read the op and roadmap and some pages of the tread. From what I understand there are some consensus lv changes made to the protocol. So what are these changes exact ? We have the different mining algo. But dont seem ant other changes listed on the OP? probably is me though, maybe someone could highlight some things? Or point me in the right direction? 

How is ubiq in regards to scaling for example ? How is it different than eth in regards to launching icos/ dapps on the platform?

Three posts above yours, I posted a two-part interview with a member of the team. A LOT of information in there that you might find useful as a primer, and links to their slack etc where you can ask them these questions directly.

thanks meccaflare0 and BadAstroZA will check it out 

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August 31, 2017, 02:31:48 PM
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UBIQ news will be released today/tomorrow (confirmed by team member in slack) retweet this:
https://twitter.com/CryptoNickD/status/903243945471291392

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August 31, 2017, 06:38:03 PM
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UBIQ news will be released today/tomorrow (confirmed by team member in slack) retweet this:
https://twitter.com/CryptoNickD/status/903243945471291392
A good news -in my opinion- would be the support or a announced partnership of UBIQ from TenX (https://www.tenx.tech/), which looks more than just promising too.

Hopefully, it is not "only" about investors, which push the price (and thus the difficulty) further up after Holiday season.

Egoistically, as I am ... I would like to still mine one or the other UBIQ before it hopefully goes to heaven Smiley
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August 31, 2017, 07:24:16 PM
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https://medium.com/the-ubiq-report/ubiq-quarterly-report-august-2017-e6484a536b8d

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September 01, 2017, 12:25:54 AM
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Thanks to everyone for sharing the very useful info on ubiq. I started mining ubiq a few weeks ago mainly because someone I follow on Youtube recommended it. Now I'm starting to actually learn more about this coin.

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September 01, 2017, 02:13:10 AM
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The DAO philosophical failure and Ethereum network split opened the door to competitors on smart contract blockchains. Ubiq is the strongest: immutable unlike ETH, and with a brand focus away from experimentation and toward corporate professionalism. Once the Ethereum ICO craze breaks and that platform loses trust, Ubiq’s secure network and failure-free track record will present it as a viable smart contract competitor.

Ubiq has an upgraded codebase, newly-designed difficulty algorithm, monetary policy, and several million-dollar projects running as tokens on its chain. Additionally, it was launched in a spirit of fairness with zero ICO or developer premine. Currently valued at less than 0.5% of ETH’s market cap, Ubiq provides a top-tier alternative to ETH at a dramatically cheaper rate.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9



  • Ubiq's codebase is severely outdated and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime.
  • The difficulty algo isnt new they took it from digibyte.
  • The monetary policy is only different because they increased the blocktime to 88 seconds.
  • It didnt need an ico, the devs bought all the jumbucks off of bittrex for virtually nothing and then swapped it to themselves at a 1:10 ratio.
  • It DID have a premine thats how they did the tokenswap they still actually have tokens left over that went unclaimed.
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September 01, 2017, 02:15:33 AM
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This is report is trash. In 4 months they havn't accomplished a damn thing. That's what this report tells me.
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September 01, 2017, 02:19:50 AM
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The DAO philosophical failure and Ethereum network split opened the door to competitors on smart contract blockchains. Ubiq is the strongest: immutable unlike ETH, and with a brand focus away from experimentation and toward corporate professionalism. Once the Ethereum ICO craze breaks and that platform loses trust, Ubiq’s secure network and failure-free track record will present it as a viable smart contract competitor.

Ubiq has an upgraded codebase, newly-designed difficulty algorithm, monetary policy, and several million-dollar projects running as tokens on its chain. Additionally, it was launched in a spirit of fairness with zero ICO or developer premine. Currently valued at less than 0.5% of ETH’s market cap, Ubiq provides a top-tier alternative to ETH at a dramatically cheaper rate.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9



  • Ubiq's codebase is severely outdated and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime.
  • The difficulty algo isnt new they took it from digibyte.
  • The monetary policy is only different because they increased the blocktime to 88 seconds.
  • It didnt need an ico, the devs bought all the jumbucks off of bittrex for virtually nothing and then swapped it to themselves at a 1:10 ratio.
  • It DID have a premine thats how they did the tokenswap they still actually have tokens left over that went unclaimed.

Those are serious accusations. Can the dev team respond?
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September 01, 2017, 02:36:44 AM
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The DAO philosophical failure and Ethereum network split opened the door to competitors on smart contract blockchains. Ubiq is the strongest: immutable unlike ETH, and with a brand focus away from experimentation and toward corporate professionalism. Once the Ethereum ICO craze breaks and that platform loses trust, Ubiq’s secure network and failure-free track record will present it as a viable smart contract competitor.

Ubiq has an upgraded codebase, newly-designed difficulty algorithm, monetary policy, and several million-dollar projects running as tokens on its chain. Additionally, it was launched in a spirit of fairness with zero ICO or developer premine. Currently valued at less than 0.5% of ETH’s market cap, Ubiq provides a top-tier alternative to ETH at a dramatically cheaper rate.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9



  • Ubiq's codebase is severely outdated and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime.
  • The difficulty algo isnt new they took it from digibyte.
  • The monetary policy is only different because they increased the blocktime to 88 seconds.
  • It didnt need an ico, the devs bought all the jumbucks off of bittrex for virtually nothing and then swapped it to themselves at a 1:10 ratio.
  • It DID have a premine thats how they did the tokenswap they still actually have tokens left over that went unclaimed.

Those are serious accusations. Can the dev team respond?

I can provide sources if you need.
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September 01, 2017, 03:35:48 AM
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Anyone have trouble getting payouts from ubiqpool.io?  Payouts are continuous (their words) yet I've been idle for 8 hours and am over the threshold and no payout.
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September 01, 2017, 06:00:55 AM
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The DAO philosophical failure and Ethereum network split opened the door to competitors on smart contract blockchains. Ubiq is the strongest: immutable unlike ETH, and with a brand focus away from experimentation and toward corporate professionalism. Once the Ethereum ICO craze breaks and that platform loses trust, Ubiq’s secure network and failure-free track record will present it as a viable smart contract competitor.

Ubiq has an upgraded codebase, newly-designed difficulty algorithm, monetary policy, and several million-dollar projects running as tokens on its chain. Additionally, it was launched in a spirit of fairness with zero ICO or developer premine. Currently valued at less than 0.5% of ETH’s market cap, Ubiq provides a top-tier alternative to ETH at a dramatically cheaper rate.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9



  • Ubiq's codebase is severely outdated and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime.
  • The difficulty algo isnt new they took it from digibyte.
  • The monetary policy is only different because they increased the blocktime to 88 seconds.
  • It didnt need an ico, the devs bought all the jumbucks off of bittrex for virtually nothing and then swapped it to themselves at a 1:10 ratio.
  • It DID have a premine thats how they did the tokenswap they still actually have tokens left over that went unclaimed.

Those are serious accusations. Can the dev team respond?

I can provide sources if you need.


Hmmm interesting facts. Wonder what will ubiq team respond to this.
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September 01, 2017, 11:22:20 AM
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http://ubiq.spdns.eu/

Still looking for more miners.

Come and join today!

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September 01, 2017, 11:31:30 AM
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Hi,

we have created with friends a french community about cryptocurrency.

We are more than 5000 on twitter and discord ! (www.labaleine.gg)

Now we launched our ubiq pool !

is it possible to add our pool on the list in the ubiq post and on the website ?

https://ubiq.labaleine.gg/#/
 
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September 01, 2017, 07:44:43 PM
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The DAO philosophical failure and Ethereum network split opened the door to competitors on smart contract blockchains. Ubiq is the strongest: immutable unlike ETH, and with a brand focus away from experimentation and toward corporate professionalism. Once the Ethereum ICO craze breaks and that platform loses trust, Ubiq’s secure network and failure-free track record will present it as a viable smart contract competitor.

Ubiq has an upgraded codebase, newly-designed difficulty algorithm, monetary policy, and several million-dollar projects running as tokens on its chain. Additionally, it was launched in a spirit of fairness with zero ICO or developer premine. Currently valued at less than 0.5% of ETH’s market cap, Ubiq provides a top-tier alternative to ETH at a dramatically cheaper rate.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9



  • Ubiq's codebase is severely outdated and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime.
  • The difficulty algo isnt new they took it from digibyte.
  • The monetary policy is only different because they increased the blocktime to 88 seconds.
  • It didnt need an ico, the devs bought all the jumbucks off of bittrex for virtually nothing and then swapped it to themselves at a 1:10 ratio.
  • It DID have a premine thats how they did the tokenswap they still actually have tokens left over that went unclaimed.

Those are serious accusations. Can the dev team respond?

I can provide sources if you need.

No one here cares that the entire value proposition of UBIQ is bullshit?
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