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November 08, 2017, 07:26:41 PM
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It's pleasure to get free coins but actualy we need to develop BTX as a payment tool for example in e-service (alibaba, e-bay,amazon, paypal).

for the beginning we should think about small ( but yuugee) opportunities like webhosting, domains, emails some online stores (like flower shops, gift shops)  etc. to adopt btx. i am sure scott has something in mind Smiley

I'm planning to make a BTX payment for my private game server. Maybe, I'll be giving 40% more game credit if they'll purchase it through BTX  Grin Though , it'll be little complicated for some. All I need now is a detailed explanation on how to get or grab some btx as well as bitcoin since I'm dealing with bunch of kids.
What a great idea for a coin supporter!
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November 08, 2017, 07:31:43 PM
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I have been following since the beginning of the project, but would like to know which future exchanges will be listed?
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November 08, 2017, 07:33:14 PM
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I have been following since the beginning of the project, but would like to know which future exchanges will be listed?
Bit-Z started just today and maybe HitBTC in future.
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November 08, 2017, 07:37:26 PM
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I'm planning to make a BTX payment for my private game server. Maybe, I'll be giving 40% more game credit if they'll purchase it through BTX  Grin Though , it'll be little complicated for some. All I need now is a detailed explanation on how to get or grab some btx as well as bitcoin since I'm dealing with bunch of kids.

Wow this sounds very cool many. I'm curious about this game. Can you explain a bit more, what for a game do you have in mind? For smartphones or PC/Mac?

Keep me updated I would probably use your game if it's good   Shocked
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November 08, 2017, 07:38:46 PM
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 Where is a list of mining pool for Bitcore?
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November 08, 2017, 07:57:45 PM
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Where is a list of mining pool for Bitcore?


If you like to support a new pool go to bitcorepool.cc actually they getting more rewards than suprnova at this time.

If you like to test more mining pools look at this overview of pools:

https://bitsend.info/forums/index.php?topic=178.msg1298#msg1298

I would recommand the bitcorepool.cc
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November 08, 2017, 07:58:00 PM
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Where is a list of mining pool for Bitcore?


https://bitsend.info/forums/index.php?topic=178.0

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Bitcore F.A.Q.   |   BTX claiming + more info   |   ANN bitcointalk: open discussion   
segwit + bloom + 10 MB blocks + 2.5 min blocktime + only 400 MB blockchain! + Diff64_15 smooth algo
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November 08, 2017, 09:11:52 PM
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Has anyone got 3% today?

is that still a thing? i thought it was a big 25% airdrop and then the remaining was for the claiming 0.5 btx for every 1 bitcoin you hold on the snashot date? m i wrong? i'm still going to receive my 3% every week now?

yes the airdrops will continue, and will go up by 1% every month till fully distributed. 

i had 480 coins and i got only 12, which is not 3%, should be near 15, why the error?
Did you make sure all 480 coins were exactly in the registered address and not in some change addresses? Just usw the blockexplorer or the coin control feature to find out.

sin't 3% for every address that hold more than 10 bitcore? should be 3% on the total anyway

No. Only the address that you registered will receive the airdrop. Move all of your coins to the one address that you registered.

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November 08, 2017, 09:14:21 PM
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Very interesting project. I also joined him. I see it is moving in the right direction. I will buy up as far as possible. In the future I see more takeoff.
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November 08, 2017, 09:31:48 PM
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Just read it as well.
Take advantage of this BTX team, there's so much potential.

I think that’s good news for the BTX community! No competition!


BTX goes down like BTC and many other Altcoins goes up. this is crazy while BTX proof us what is possible in the last days...  Huh Angry

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November 08, 2017, 09:43:37 PM
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The difference between Bitcore and Bitcoin is only the block size?
larger blocks means less security, that's why bitcoin keep the block size low.. am i wrong in something?
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November 08, 2017, 09:49:29 PM
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The difference between Bitcore and Bitcoin is only the block size?
larger blocks means less security, that's why bitcoin keep the block size low.. am i wrong in something?
Wrong about everything actually. Plenty of differences between BTX and BTC, larger blocks means more disk usage for full node operators in exchange for more transactions per block meaning lower fees. Has nothing to do with security.

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November 08, 2017, 09:51:13 PM
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The difference between Bitcore and Bitcoin is only the block size?
larger blocks means less security, that's why bitcoin keep the block size low.. am i wrong in something?
Wrong about everything actually. Plenty of differences between BTX and BTC, larger blocks means more disk usage for full node operators in exchange for more transactions per block meaning lower fees. Has nothing to do with security.

but larger blocks means bigger blockchain, that means less nodes, that means less security..
There is a reson why bitcoin does not enlarge the block size, no?
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November 08, 2017, 09:54:56 PM
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The difference between Bitcore and Bitcoin is only the block size?
larger blocks means less security, that's why bitcoin keep the block size low.. am i wrong in something?
Wrong about everything actually. Plenty of differences between BTX and BTC, larger blocks means more disk usage for full node operators in exchange for more transactions per block meaning lower fees. Has nothing to do with security.

but larger blocks means bigger blockchain, that means less nodes, that means less security..
There is a reson why bitcoin does not enlarge the block size, no?
Yes because it's a stupid trade off, does not scale well at all.

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November 08, 2017, 09:58:50 PM
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ok, i thought it was a serious discussion ahha

i hold big on btx, but i would like to know the answers. Always better to find first the negative sides than the positive when you invest Grin


Waiting for someone that answer at this " larger blocks means bigger blockchain, that means less nodes, that means less security"
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November 08, 2017, 10:17:33 PM
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hi friends, I'd like to ask, is there an official BTX Electrum wallet executable available for download? I remember having seen it on Github some day but not sure if it's just the code to compile

Still very interested in this! Please let me know once it's available Smiley
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November 08, 2017, 10:24:31 PM
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ok, i thought it was a serious discussion ahha

i hold big on btx, but i would like to know the answers. Always better to find first the negative sides than the positive when you invest Grin


Waiting for someone that answer at this " larger blocks means bigger blockchain, that means less nodes, that means less security"
Larger blocks don't mean necessary a "much" larger blockchain. The thing taking moste space in the blockchain are the transactions and therefore the hashes.
There are many pros and cons on this matter and I'm not going to lay them all out for you. Read yourself:
https://www.google.de/search?q=why+no+bigger+blocksize&rlz=1C1CHBF_deDE769DE770&oq=why+no+bigger+blocksize&aqs=chrome..69i57.4718j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
IMHO short: Bigger blocksizes like 20MB are worth it because atm there's just no other option (at least basing on bitcoins blockchain design) to handle enough transactions to compete with anything near RL Use Cases regarding # of transactions per time.
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November 08, 2017, 10:45:10 PM
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ok, i thought it was a serious discussion ahha

i hold big on btx, but i would like to know the answers. Always better to find first the negative sides than the positive when you invest Grin


Waiting for someone that answer at this " larger blocks means bigger blockchain, that means less nodes, that means less security"
Larger blocks don't mean necessary a "much" larger blockchain. The thing taking moste space in the blockchain are the transactions and therefore the hashes.
There are many pros and cons on this matter and I'm not going to lay them all out for you. Read yourself:
https://www.google.de/search?q=why+no+bigger+blocksize&rlz=1C1CHBF_deDE769DE770&oq=why+no+bigger+blocksize&aqs=chrome..69i57.4718j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
IMHO short: Bigger blocksizes like 20MB are worth it because atm there's just no other option (at least basing on bitcoins blockchain design) to handle enough transactions to compete with anything near RL Use Cases regarding # of transactions per time.
Your point is pointless, you "need" larger blocks to process more transactions, if you have 20MB blocks but only 50 kbytes of transactions per block your 20MB block size is useless, but sure the block chain wont be any bigger than if you had 50 kbytes blocks. It is a block size LIMIT and if you never even come near the limit the limit is pointless.

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November 08, 2017, 10:46:48 PM
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Hi, do you have a good tutorial to have the BTX with a Ledger Nano S ?

I know, we need to transfer the Bitcoin to another address not on the Ledger, but i don't want to make mistake, somebody can help ?

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November 08, 2017, 11:04:04 PM
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The difference between Bitcore and Bitcoin is only the block size?
larger blocks means less security, that's why bitcoin keep the block size low.. am i wrong in something?
I can't tell you details of why etc. but here at least you have a comparison chart. Worth to note though is that it seems the 2X (B2X) fork is dead as of today.

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