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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  • Ubiq's codebase is severely outdated and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime.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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September 02, 2017, 09:35:54 AM
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Hi there,

Just though i'd post up here regarding our Australian UBIQ pool.

We've been running this for about a month now and it's working well.  More miners are welcome!

http://ubq.cryptomines.network/

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A coin that we wanted to support down under.
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September 03, 2017, 07:07:06 PM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

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September 03, 2017, 08:09:07 PM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.
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September 03, 2017, 09:14:56 PM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.

No dev team?? Iquidus & Jyap, two of the more recognized.

No development going on? I take a look here

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and see updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 4 days ago, updated 5 days ago, updated 12 days ago. Remember, in a smart contract based project is not everything to make wallet updates.

Definitely, you haven't dived too much (don't worry, I'm also unable to hold breath for long time Wink )

Salute

I'm not ENT dev neither affiliated with EternityGroup in any way. Simply, the coin gives good returns.
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September 03, 2017, 10:32:49 PM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.

No dev team?? Iquidus & Jyap, two of the more recognized.

No development going on? I take a look here

Quote

and see updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 4 days ago, updated 5 days ago, updated 12 days ago. Remember, in a smart contract based project is not everything to make wallet updates.

Definitely, you haven't dived too much (don't worry, I'm also unable to hold breath for long time Wink )

Salute

Ok so UBIQ (a 100m project) has two devs and one has a fulltime job for bittrex. Its not really hard to find replace and rebrand someone elses work which is what every one of those updates you are so proud of are. UBIQ offers absolutely nothing unique. Which makes sense considering UBIQ has no funding unless you count all the premine tokens the dev got on the tokenswap. But hat obviously wasnt enough for the dev because he has to have a full time job. I'm sorry but UBIQ has no future. Its a great pump and dump but thats about it.
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September 04, 2017, 12:22:20 AM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.

No dev team?? Iquidus & Jyap, two of the more recognized.

No development going on? I take a look here

Quote

and see updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 4 days ago, updated 5 days ago, updated 12 days ago. Remember, in a smart contract based project is not everything to make wallet updates.

Definitely, you haven't dived too much (don't worry, I'm also unable to hold breath for long time Wink )

Salute

Ok so UBIQ (a 100m project) has two devs and one has a fulltime job for bittrex. Its not really hard to find replace and rebrand someone elses work which is what every one of those updates you are so proud of are. UBIQ offers absolutely nothing unique. Which makes sense considering UBIQ has no funding unless you count all the premine tokens the dev got on the tokenswap. But hat obviously wasnt enough for the dev because he has to have a full time job. I'm sorry but UBIQ has no future. Its a great pump and dump but thats about it.

I dont get why you are bashing this project all the time if you dont like it or have a problem then just move on!
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September 04, 2017, 12:52:35 AM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.

No dev team?? Iquidus & Jyap, two of the more recognized.

No development going on? I take a look here

Quote

and see updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 4 days ago, updated 5 days ago, updated 12 days ago. Remember, in a smart contract based project is not everything to make wallet updates.

Definitely, you haven't dived too much (don't worry, I'm also unable to hold breath for long time Wink )

Salute

Ok so UBIQ (a 100m project) has two devs and one has a fulltime job for bittrex. Its not really hard to find replace and rebrand someone elses work which is what every one of those updates you are so proud of are. UBIQ offers absolutely nothing unique. Which makes sense considering UBIQ has no funding unless you count all the premine tokens the dev got on the tokenswap. But hat obviously wasnt enough for the dev because he has to have a full time job. I'm sorry but UBIQ has no future. Its a great pump and dump but thats about it.

I dont get why you are bashing this project all the time if you dont like it or have a problem then just move on!

It wouldnt be so bad if the devs were just honest about their premine. Id probably own some ubiq if they were. It had a premine and they lie about it. If they really think their community is so stupid that they could get away with the "we dont have a premine lie" what else is a lie? Could be anything really.

How many addresses do the 2 devs control out of the original 98 premine addresses?

https://gist.github.com/jyap808/36075838565447a6df86d10e95e6105e
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September 04, 2017, 05:37:20 AM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.

No dev team?? Iquidus & Jyap, two of the more recognized.

No development going on? I take a look here

Quote

and see updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 4 days ago, updated 5 days ago, updated 12 days ago. Remember, in a smart contract based project is not everything to make wallet updates.

Definitely, you haven't dived too much (don't worry, I'm also unable to hold breath for long time Wink )

Salute

Ok so UBIQ (a 100m project) has two devs and one has a fulltime job for bittrex. Its not really hard to find replace and rebrand someone elses work which is what every one of those updates you are so proud of are. UBIQ offers absolutely nothing unique. Which makes sense considering UBIQ has no funding unless you count all the premine tokens the dev got on the tokenswap. But hat obviously wasnt enough for the dev because he has to have a full time job. I'm sorry but UBIQ has no future. Its a great pump and dump but thats about it.

I dont get why you are bashing this project all the time if you dont like it or have a problem then just move on!

It wouldnt be so bad if the devs were just honest about their premine. Id probably own some ubiq if they were. It had a premine and they lie about it. If they really think their community is so stupid that they could get away with the "we dont have a premine lie" what else is a lie? Could be anything really.

How many addresses do the 2 devs control out of the original 98 premine addresses?

https://gist.github.com/jyap808/36075838565447a6df86d10e95e6105e
I've lost so many $ just by listening people like you making FUD everywhere.This time I won't..mining and buying UBIQ every single day.Peace
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September 04, 2017, 07:49:33 AM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.

No dev team?? Iquidus & Jyap, two of the more recognized.

No development going on? I take a look here

Quote

and see updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 3 days ago, updated 4 days ago, updated 5 days ago, updated 12 days ago. Remember, in a smart contract based project is not everything to make wallet updates.

Definitely, you haven't dived too much (don't worry, I'm also unable to hold breath for long time Wink )

Salute

Ok so UBIQ (a 100m project) has two devs and one has a fulltime job for bittrex. Its not really hard to find replace and rebrand someone elses work which is what every one of those updates you are so proud of are. UBIQ offers absolutely nothing unique. Which makes sense considering UBIQ has no funding unless you count all the premine tokens the dev got on the tokenswap. But hat obviously wasnt enough for the dev because he has to have a full time job. I'm sorry but UBIQ has no future. Its a great pump and dump but thats about it.

If you don't like it, fuck off (sorry bout the words).
Cheers.

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September 04, 2017, 01:38:40 PM
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It's so sad you guys are so enamored with lies. I provided my sources and your answer is "if you dont like it fuck off". I'm just trying to help you. The devs lied to you and I provided proof. I can only lead a horse to water I cant force it to drink.
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September 04, 2017, 04:49:53 PM
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It's so sad you guys are so enamored with lies. I provided my sources and your answer is "if you dont like it fuck off". I'm just trying to help you. The devs lied to you and I provided proof. I can only lead a horse to water I cant force it to drink.
Hi! I try to be an open minded Person. Thats why i started mining 5 weeks ago because i´m interested in it.

So you -and everyone else- can call me newbie but i know the ethereum hype (i think it was may 17´) is gone. To be honest, i think it was over being efficient when i started but, it was the reason i started thinking about mining from the technical aspect.

And exactly this was the reason why i started mining ubiq from the very first second on instead of ethereum. And for sure i will mine until i got my ubiqs count togehter.

After this... at the very end i ask you what alternative you would suggest mining (with roundabout actual 0.5gh/s @ amd polaris Cards with ~0,2/kw/h). I think lots of people would like to hear this.
What i know right now (dont know if this is correct) that dagger hashimoto and ethash are the most suitable algos for my two rigs.

The Thing is... i fire up google and just get "ubiq, one of the underrated currenciews..." so near everyone else seems to be really positive, regardless the Technology.


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September 05, 2017, 11:39:21 PM
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Finally, bought some Ubiq for longterm play.

What excites you about ubiq? Ive tried for a long time to find something exciting and the more I dived into ubiq the more I saw it was all a sham. There is no development going on. No dev team. No anything. Just smoke and mirrors. They are obscenely overvalued.


You must have something better to do with your day. Children.. work.. wife.. dog.. addiction
I just jumped on UBIQ today, happy to be here and just so you know... your efforts are a waste of time.. seen one troll.. seen em all.. i use to throw banhammers for a living.
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September 06, 2017, 02:06:12 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.

Is it the reason why some coins are switching to Waves from Ubiq platform?
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September 06, 2017, 04:43:16 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?


Gunna clear this all up for the folks who care. This is not a response to coolkudos because he/she is just another member of the recent concerted effort to FUD UBQ based on lies/partial truths that they just don't seem to understand.



This is almost correct, gubiq is on 1.5.12 which is 3 months old now. This is a core value of UBQ to not implement new upgrades unless they are security related, or they have been in-the-wild on Ethereums chain for a long enough period of time to get vetted/tested in a real world system. This is part of the "UBQ is designed to be a stable platform" goal.

If the OP had read the latest quarterly report, they would have seen that upgrades are being made to bring gubiq in line with the latest geth release. This should be done within a month or so if I had to guess, as somewhat recently one of the devs posted the longggg list of merge conflicts which need to be reconciled to complete the upgrade.

Development work is done inside either a development branch or in a private repo, and then changes are merged with the working branch. That's why it can appear as though work isn't being done on the core node software.


The swap from Ethereum's difficulty re-adjustment algo was originally to Digibyte's Digishield algo. This was never hidden, they were given full credit for it. However, during launch week the Digishield algo was having a very difficult time keeping block times consistent with the 88 second block time specification. It was leading to very long or very short blocks, and massive swings in difficulty which were causing problems for the miners and the network overall.

Digishield was modified to include a difficulty retargeting "window" type mechanism. This modified algorithm is called Flux.

  • I'll correct my monetary policy critique they added some if/elses based on block height truly revolutionary stuff

I'm happy to see they tried walking their original statement back here. Ethereum uses a constant 5 ETH reward for every block until the end of eternity, or until they switch to PoS. That's fine but it results in a lot of inflation forever. I haven't seen any info on proposed PoS rewards, so they may be addressing this. This isn't a "bad" thing per-se, but UBQ decided to implement a more traditional inflation schedule which is defined up front. So it starts at 8 UBQ per block and reduces down to 1 UBQ per block, lowering by 1 UBQ per block per year. In about 5 months it will reduce from 8 to 7 per block, for example.


The post linked even says this was just a low volume day. It was not uncommon for coins during this time period to have low volume. We were coming out of the tail end of a multi-year bear market almost across the board. Conditions have changed now and volume across the board for legitimate projects has come up nicely.


I guess it depends on people's definitions of "premine". Premine is typically defined as coins which are mined/allocated up-front and given to the developers or to a "foundation" depending on how it's set up. In this case the coins were pre-allocated to users who signed up using a google form and signed a message with their old JBS private keys. These signatures combined with a snapshot of the blockchain were used to pre-allocate coins to users based on how much they held at the time of swap. This is all explained in the nucleus transparency report for those interested in learning more about the process:

https://medium.com/the-ubiq-report/nucleus-transparency-report-6496e444bd85

Also explained in the transparency report, these funds are NOT for the devs. The funds are locked in a multisig wallet and the only transfers made out of that wallet are for folks who find older JBS wallets and submit a new claim for the swap. This was done to prevent users from getting left out of the swap in the event they were hospitalized, on vacation, or otherwise didn't pay attention to or forgot about the swap.




Other stuff:

"...and the only ubiq dev works for bittrex fulltime."

Yep, one of the developers works for Bittrex. I don't see why this is considered a negative. The work they do for Bittrex in no way benefits UBQ, and considering Bittrex is as legally compliant as they are with the SEC and other regulators, would you expect them to allow a conflict of interest to form and expose them to legal liability? If anything it means that one of the Ubiq developers is of high enough caliber that Bittrex deemed them a worthy hire.

There are 2 primary developers who work on UBQ full time. There are 2 other developers who work on other projects related to UBQ (such as the Signum hardware), but these two developers don't get too involved with the wallet software. Then there are other members who help out with community, moderation, public outreach, marketing, etc...

As with any open source software project such as Ubiq, any developer can choose to create issues and/or pull requests and supplement development. There have been multiple, smaller, contributions from community members.

Hopefully that helps to clear it up!

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Is it the reason why some coins are switching to Waves from Ubiq platform?

What coin(s) are you talking about? Because this sounds like false info to me and I'm pretty well informed about Ubiq overall.


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September 06, 2017, 06:55:35 PM
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It's so sad you guys are so enamored with lies. I provided my sources and your answer is "if you dont like it fuck off". I'm just trying to help you. The devs lied to you and I provided proof. I can only lead a horse to water I cant force it to drink.
Hi! I try to be an open minded Person. Thats why i started mining 5 weeks ago because i´m interested in it.

So you -and everyone else- can call me newbie but i know the ethereum hype (i think it was may 17´) is gone. To be honest, i think it was over being efficient when i started but, it was the reason i started thinking about mining from the technical aspect.

And exactly this was the reason why i started mining ubiq from the very first second on instead of ethereum. And for sure i will mine until i got my ubiqs count togehter.

After this... at the very end i ask you what alternative you would suggest mining (with roundabout actual 0.5gh/s @ amd polaris Cards with ~0,2/kw/h). I think lots of people would like to hear this.
What i know right now (dont know if this is correct) that dagger hashimoto and ethash are the most suitable algos for my two rigs.

The Thing is... i fire up google and just get "ubiq, one of the underrated currenciews..." so near everyone else seems to be really positive, regardless the Technology.

KleinerMiner welcome to the community and thanks for your support.

Don't listen to the haters. Unfortunately a lot of trolls in crypto who like to spread FUD on the work we do and what we have accomplished.

Ubiq logo t-shirts

You can now get a Ubiq logo shirt at @cryptograffiti. 10% off with code "UBIQ" for this week storewide!

https://cryptograffiti.com/collections/frontpage/products/short-sleeve-mens-t-shirt?variant=52917429767

They have also mentioned they will "consider" doing a custom shirt for us too  Wink

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September 07, 2017, 03:13:52 PM
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I see some haters/fake users accounts to make bad comments about UBQ, to make the price going down, then they collect UBQ as much as they can. They are whale.
If they don't cafe, they won't come here to talk.
Fk off, haters. Cheesy Wink Cool
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September 07, 2017, 05:20:50 PM
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I see some haters/fake users accounts to make bad comments about UBQ, to make the price going down, then they collect UBQ as much as they can. They are whale.
If they don't cafe, they won't come here to talk.
Fk off, haters. Cheesy Wink Cool

agreed. holding for future.

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September 09, 2017, 08:15:20 AM
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Anyone here also worrying about ubiqpool.io exceeds 51% hashrate?
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September 09, 2017, 08:26:28 AM
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http://ubiq.coinminer.space/
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