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September 25, 2018, 04:45:52 AM
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I'm having an issue with Stocks Exchange right now. It's a new problem for me, but I'm wondering if anyone else who's bought or sold DNotes on Stocks.Exchange also has this issue. You may not know it yet, but will soon find out if you attempt to export your data.

The issue is that I exported all my transaction data through their site. When I look at the data, it shows me buying over 1.5 million NOTE through their site, including a few single large trades of around 100K, 200K, and 300K NOTE during the second half of June. I haven't gone back and checked but I'm pretty sure those purchases would have exceeded the daily trading volumes there as the NOTE/BTC markets were just getting started. I did not buy 1.5 million DNotes on Stocks.Exchange. I bought less than 500K total on that site. My data also shows me having deposited 3.16 BTC but having sold (traded for DNotes) 10.75 BTC.

I've had some back and forth with support about this issue. I'm wondering if anyone else who's traded DNotes on Stocks.Exchange has had this issue. If you don't know, can you export your complete transaction data and then go over it closely--see if the amount of DNotes they say you've traded matches reality, as well as if the amount of BTC you've sold corresponds to the amount that you have deposited? And if your data shows discrepancies, can you please also contact support?

I'm sure there's some kind of issue with the way the site is tracking trading data and I'm sure it can be fixed. However, at the moment I have conducted a significant amount of business on Stocks.Exchange and I cannot obtain accurate data about it. I'm hoping if the problem is more widespread and they are hearing from more people about it, that will help them to track the problem down and fix it as well as be more motivated to do so.

Sorry I always seem to be the one finding problems with our exchanges. Not really my dream role...
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I'm having an issue with Stocks Exchange right now. It's a new problem for me, but I'm wondering if anyone else who's bought or sold DNotes on Stocks.Exchange also has this issue. You may not know it yet, but will soon find out if you attempt to export your data.

The issue is that I exported all my transaction data through their site. When I look at the data, it shows me buying over 1.5 million NOTE through their site, including a few single large trades of around 100K, 200K, and 300K NOTE during the second half of June. I haven't gone back and checked but I'm pretty sure those purchases would have exceeded the daily trading volumes there as the NOTE/BTC markets were just getting started. I did not buy 1.5 million DNotes on Stocks.Exchange. I bought less than 500K total on that site. My data also shows me having deposited 3.16 BTC but having sold (traded for DNotes) 10.75 BTC.

I've had some back and forth with support about this issue. I'm wondering if anyone else who's traded DNotes on Stocks.Exchange has had this issue. If you don't know, can you export your complete transaction data and then go over it closely--see if the amount of DNotes they say you've traded matches reality, as well as if the amount of BTC you've sold corresponds to the amount that you have deposited? And if your data shows discrepancies, can you please also contact support?

I'm sure there's some kind of issue with the way the site is tracking trading data and I'm sure it can be fixed. However, at the moment I have conducted a significant amount of business on Stocks.Exchange and I cannot obtain accurate data about it. I'm hoping if the problem is more widespread and they are hearing from more people about it, that will help them to track the problem down and fix it as well as be more motivated to do so.

Sorry I always seem to be the one finding problems with our exchanges. Not really my dream role...

I somehow liked the NLexch, but now the trading there is pretty most dead Roll Eyes Unfortunately I have no experience with Stocks Exchange, from NLexch I moed to Mercatox. Though I still have an open order at NLexch Grin
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September 25, 2018, 12:09:55 PM
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I'm having an issue with Stocks Exchange right now. It's a new problem for me, but I'm wondering if anyone else who's bought or sold DNotes on Stocks.Exchange also has this issue. You may not know it yet, but will soon find out if you attempt to export your data.

The issue is that I exported all my transaction data through their site. When I look at the data, it shows me buying over 1.5 million NOTE through their site, including a few single large trades of around 100K, 200K, and 300K NOTE during the second half of June. I haven't gone back and checked but I'm pretty sure those purchases would have exceeded the daily trading volumes there as the NOTE/BTC markets were just getting started. I did not buy 1.5 million DNotes on Stocks.Exchange. I bought less than 500K total on that site. My data also shows me having deposited 3.16 BTC but having sold (traded for DNotes) 10.75 BTC.

I've had some back and forth with support about this issue. I'm wondering if anyone else who's traded DNotes on Stocks.Exchange has had this issue. If you don't know, can you export your complete transaction data and then go over it closely--see if the amount of DNotes they say you've traded matches reality, as well as if the amount of BTC you've sold corresponds to the amount that you have deposited? And if your data shows discrepancies, can you please also contact support?

I'm sure there's some kind of issue with the way the site is tracking trading data and I'm sure it can be fixed. However, at the moment I have conducted a significant amount of business on Stocks.Exchange and I cannot obtain accurate data about it. I'm hoping if the problem is more widespread and they are hearing from more people about it, that will help them to track the problem down and fix it as well as be more motivated to do so.

Sorry I always seem to be the one finding problems with our exchanges. Not really my dream role...

Here are my results:

Deposit History > Displayed Results & Export Results = Accurate.
Withdrawal History > Displayed Results & Export Results = Accurate.
Order History > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User Trade History > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User Analysis > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User History > Displayed Results & Exported Results = Inaccurate.

Is that the same for you? If so, I would recommend to make sure they know exactly where the issue. Where there is so many options it would be easy to look at the wrong area and not find the problem.

Side note, if you are getting the same results as me, you can get the accurate data by using the other options. For user trade history, pick the full range of dates, copy the data and paste it into notepad then copy from notepad to excel.

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FINRA – Here’s How to Avoid Crypto Stock Scams​

https://www.dnotesedu.com/2018/09/finra-heres-how-to-avoid-crypto-stock-scams

The Financial Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has published an article with advice on how to avoid cryptocurrency stock scams. Fraud is so rampant within the industry, particularly with ICOs, it is making it very difficult for legitimate projects to earn the trust of investors. As with any other type of investment, these companies should be held to the same standards when determining their viability as a business.

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I'm having an issue with Stocks Exchange right now. It's a new problem for me, but I'm wondering if anyone else who's bought or sold DNotes on Stocks.Exchange also has this issue. You may not know it yet, but will soon find out if you attempt to export your data.

The issue is that I exported all my transaction data through their site. When I look at the data, it shows me buying over 1.5 million NOTE through their site, including a few single large trades of around 100K, 200K, and 300K NOTE during the second half of June. I haven't gone back and checked but I'm pretty sure those purchases would have exceeded the daily trading volumes there as the NOTE/BTC markets were just getting started. I did not buy 1.5 million DNotes on Stocks.Exchange. I bought less than 500K total on that site. My data also shows me having deposited 3.16 BTC but having sold (traded for DNotes) 10.75 BTC.

I've had some back and forth with support about this issue. I'm wondering if anyone else who's traded DNotes on Stocks.Exchange has had this issue. If you don't know, can you export your complete transaction data and then go over it closely--see if the amount of DNotes they say you've traded matches reality, as well as if the amount of BTC you've sold corresponds to the amount that you have deposited? And if your data shows discrepancies, can you please also contact support?

I'm sure there's some kind of issue with the way the site is tracking trading data and I'm sure it can be fixed. However, at the moment I have conducted a significant amount of business on Stocks.Exchange and I cannot obtain accurate data about it. I'm hoping if the problem is more widespread and they are hearing from more people about it, that will help them to track the problem down and fix it as well as be more motivated to do so.

Sorry I always seem to be the one finding problems with our exchanges. Not really my dream role...

Here are my results:

Deposit History > Displayed Results & Export Results = Accurate.
Withdrawal History > Displayed Results & Export Results = Accurate.
Order History > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User Trade History > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User Analysis > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User History > Displayed Results & Exported Results = Inaccurate.

Is that the same for you? If so, I would recommend to make sure they know exactly where the issue. Where there is so many options it would be easy to look at the wrong area and not find the problem.

Side note, if you are getting the same results as me, you can get the accurate data by using the other options. For user trade history, pick the full range of dates, copy the data and paste it into notepad then copy from notepad to excel.

I hadn't done much with the other options before reading your post because at first glance the data from those other options does not appear to have all the information I need. The "user history" option really presents the data in the best form for me to use. The only problem is it's wrong.

I did some preliminary copy/pasting and then analysis of both the "User Trade History" and "User Analysis" data. I have found that what they show is accurate or at least close (there's about a 0.09 BTC discrepancy between what I deposited and what I spent but it's possible that discrepancy is accounted for by fees I'm not seeing, although it looks like I paid all my fees in NOTE. In any case, that's better than a 7.25 BTC or so discrepancy!).

With that said, both the "User Trade History" and "User Analysis" show incomplete data. For example, I can get an accurate total of how many DNotes I bought only in the "User Analysis" dataset, but not in the "User Trade History" dataset. And I can get a nearly accurate total of how many BTC I sold in the "User Analysis" dataset but not the "User Trade History" dataset. Both of those datasets are also cluttered with more information than I would ever want on all the orders I placed and subsequently canceled!

I believe if I got desperate I could end up with an accurate set of transaction history data if I really did a lot of work with the other options, including deleting the data for unfilled orders, and combining the info from "User Analysis" and "User Trade Data" and deleting the duplicates, and then matching up each order with its corresponding buy amount, sell amount and fee using the timestamp... But seriously, that is a lot more work than I'd have to do to get accurate data off other exchanges! I wouldn't necessarily want to go through all that every month and I doubt anyone else would either. If Mercatox didn't also have issues (though its data export works perfectly!) and there were other trading platform options with decent volume, that would be enough to make me pull all my funds and quit trading there. But right now, the choices are to deal with Stocks.Exchange's issues with data export accuracy or deal with Mercatox' issues with... everything else, or deal with super low volume platforms. Not exactly a great situation here...

I will keep working with support. It does appear that Stocks.Exchange's base data is accurate and that there is something wrong with one or more of the formulas they use to come up with the data they display (and export) in "User History." Hopefully they can figure it out and fix it. If they do, Stocks.Exchange will be a great platform to use.
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September 26, 2018, 02:23:52 AM
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I'm having an issue with Stocks Exchange right now. It's a new problem for me, but I'm wondering if anyone else who's bought or sold DNotes on Stocks.Exchange also has this issue. You may not know it yet, but will soon find out if you attempt to export your data.

The issue is that I exported all my transaction data through their site. When I look at the data, it shows me buying over 1.5 million NOTE through their site, including a few single large trades of around 100K, 200K, and 300K NOTE during the second half of June. I haven't gone back and checked but I'm pretty sure those purchases would have exceeded the daily trading volumes there as the NOTE/BTC markets were just getting started. I did not buy 1.5 million DNotes on Stocks.Exchange. I bought less than 500K total on that site. My data also shows me having deposited 3.16 BTC but having sold (traded for DNotes) 10.75 BTC.

I've had some back and forth with support about this issue. I'm wondering if anyone else who's traded DNotes on Stocks.Exchange has had this issue. If you don't know, can you export your complete transaction data and then go over it closely--see if the amount of DNotes they say you've traded matches reality, as well as if the amount of BTC you've sold corresponds to the amount that you have deposited? And if your data shows discrepancies, can you please also contact support?

I'm sure there's some kind of issue with the way the site is tracking trading data and I'm sure it can be fixed. However, at the moment I have conducted a significant amount of business on Stocks.Exchange and I cannot obtain accurate data about it. I'm hoping if the problem is more widespread and they are hearing from more people about it, that will help them to track the problem down and fix it as well as be more motivated to do so.

Sorry I always seem to be the one finding problems with our exchanges. Not really my dream role...

Here are my results:

Deposit History > Displayed Results & Export Results = Accurate.
Withdrawal History > Displayed Results & Export Results = Accurate.
Order History > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User Trade History > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User Analysis > Displayed Results = Accurate. (no export option)
Report > User History > Displayed Results & Exported Results = Inaccurate.

Is that the same for you? If so, I would recommend to make sure they know exactly where the issue. Where there is so many options it would be easy to look at the wrong area and not find the problem.

Side note, if you are getting the same results as me, you can get the accurate data by using the other options. For user trade history, pick the full range of dates, copy the data and paste it into notepad then copy from notepad to excel.

I hadn't done much with the other options before reading your post because at first glance the data from those other options does not appear to have all the information I need. The "user history" option really presents the data in the best form for me to use. The only problem is it's wrong.

I did some preliminary copy/pasting and then analysis of both the "User Trade History" and "User Analysis" data. I have found that what they show is accurate or at least close (there's about a 0.09 BTC discrepancy between what I deposited and what I spent but it's possible that discrepancy is accounted for by fees I'm not seeing, although it looks like I paid all my fees in NOTE. In any case, that's better than a 7.25 BTC or so discrepancy!).

With that said, both the "User Trade History" and "User Analysis" show incomplete data. For example, I can get an accurate total of how many DNotes I bought only in the "User Analysis" dataset, but not in the "User Trade History" dataset. And I can get a nearly accurate total of how many BTC I sold in the "User Analysis" dataset but not the "User Trade History" dataset. Both of those datasets are also cluttered with more information than I would ever want on all the orders I placed and subsequently canceled!

I believe if I got desperate I could end up with an accurate set of transaction history data if I really did a lot of work with the other options, including deleting the data for unfilled orders, and combining the info from "User Analysis" and "User Trade Data" and deleting the duplicates, and then matching up each order with its corresponding buy amount, sell amount and fee using the timestamp... But seriously, that is a lot more work than I'd have to do to get accurate data off other exchanges! I wouldn't necessarily want to go through all that every month and I doubt anyone else would either. If Mercatox didn't also have issues (though its data export works perfectly!) and there were other trading platform options with decent volume, that would be enough to make me pull all my funds and quit trading there. But right now, the choices are to deal with Stocks.Exchange's issues with data export accuracy or deal with Mercatox' issues with... everything else, or deal with super low volume platforms. Not exactly a great situation here...

I will keep working with support. It does appear that Stocks.Exchange's base data is accurate and that there is something wrong with one or more of the formulas they use to come up with the data they display (and export) in "User History." Hopefully they can figure it out and fix it. If they do, Stocks.Exchange will be a great platform to use.

They do seem to be a pretty good platform. So far great experience, the only issue I had was with their API, but that was due to an upgrade they were working on.

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Google to Partially Reverse Crypto Ad Ban, Starting in October

https://dcebrief.com/google-to-partially-reverse-crypto-ad-ban-starting-in-october/
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I was hoping that Google's policy would have extended to allow cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects that meet compliance ethical standards to advertise on their platform (no ICOs and no 'binary options'), but alas, we may need to wait a little longer.

Currently a lot of work is going into the early stages of Next Gen VC deployment, and its related services. We are very confident that the initial programs and services that Next Gen VC will launch with with have no qualitative equal, and it will be our commitment to grow and offer a litany of new services that are well-differentiated from traditional VC that promote venture sustainability and success as our funding gives us more room to move.

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Stocks.Exchange recently changed domain names to STEX.com. It will automatically redirect you from the old link, but just so everyone is aware that is normal. The new link to DNotes market is:
https://app.stex.com/en/basic-trade/pair/BTC/NOTE/1D



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Last edit: September 27, 2018, 10:48:22 AM by DNotes
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Wondering what DNotes is all about? Here’s the basics:

What is DNotes?
•   DNotes is a digital currency with a purpose: to serve as a real currency that people can use in their daily lives - unlike other digital currencies that focus on solving niche problems, with no plan to become a real, usable currency.
•   The DNotes goal is simple: achieve mass adoption and become the world’s first accessible, inclusive, and financially empowering digital currency that benefits everyone around the globe.

What are DNotes’ Benefits as a Currency?
•   DNotes is managed as a business – but not controlled as one.
•   DNotes success is driven by a profit-generating company, DNotes Global, created to promote mass adoption, protect the currency, and ensure sustainable growth.
•   DNotes’ unique CRISP savings program rewards DNotes owners with 0.5% interest, every month
•   DNotes offers staking rewards for stakeholders – at 2% a year.
•   DNotes provides blockchain invoicing features to simplify merchant acceptance and adoption of the digital currency.

What Benefits Does DNotes Global Provide?
DNotes Global protects DNotes and its stakeholders, promotes mass adoption, and creates value and utility for the digital currency, including a fully integrated ecosystem.
The company provides a unique cross-ownership model, with DNotes owning 25% of DNotes Global (pre-dilution), while the for-profit business maintains a stake in the digital currency.
DNotes Global generates profit, creating intrinsic value for the DNotes currency to help create a “floor” for the digital currency’s value.
DNotes Global has plans to build a long-term competitive advantage by offering services that utilize DNotes. That strategy will also help to facilitate awareness and adoption of the DNotes currency.
Long term competitive advantage DNotes Global will provide in offering services that utilize DNotes.

What’s Next?
Fully compliant Reg D 506 (c) crowdfunding followed by a Reg A+ Mini-IPO.
DNotes Payment Solution Integration into Existing eCommerce Platforms
Cold Staking Implementation & More

Where can I learn more?  
Pitch Deck - https://dnotesglobal.com/PitchDeck.pptx
Pitch Deck Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XculeWKdbbE
White Paper - https://dnotesglobal.com/white-paper/
Website - http://dnotescoin.com/
Blog - http://dnotescoin.com/blog-main-hub/




DNotes Pay


DNotes Pay Digital

Use: Selling individual products from a website that can be delivered automatically via a download link or directed to a specific webpage without collecting any information from the buyer.
Integration: Can be integrated into any PHP website.
Instructions:
Edit address.txt and add your DNotes addresses, 1 per line.
Edit index.php and change the 6 Config values at the top.
Upload all files to your web site.
Link to this page via hyperlink or button to accept payments.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tLDY3RPSbc&t=545s

Features:
Universal PHP/Javascript script.
No database required.
Automatic payment confirmation and product delivery.
No buyer information required.

Script:
https://github.com/DNotesCoin/dnotespay-digital-poc


DNotes Pay Digital - Wordpress Plugin

Use: Selling any number of individual products from a Wordpress website that can be delivered automatically via a download link or directed to a specific webpage without collecting any information from the buyer.
Integration: Can be integrated into any Wordpress website.
Instructions:
Download the plugin and install on your Wordpress website.
Configure your DNotes Pay payment button.
Place the shortcode where ever you would like on your Wordpress website to display the purchase button.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqKmqHiIXGk

Features:
Easily install on any Wordpress website.
Sell any number of individual products.
Automatic payment confirmation and product delivery.
No buyer information required.

Download Plugin:
https://github.com/DNotesCoin/dnotespay-wp-digital-poc/releases

Source:
https://github.com/DNotesCoin/dnotespay-wp-digital-poc


DNotes Pay Software

Use: Selling software on a Pay Per Period or lifetime purchase automatically and without collecting any information from the buyer.
Integration: Can be integrated into any program, C# example provided.
Instructions:
For C# and .NET applications, modify the code example and integrate into your program.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9myDnwR7SF0

Features:
Automatically accept payments for use of your software.
Novel Pay Per Period model.
Add in any additional security your program may require.
No additional requirements.

Script:
https://github.com/DNotesCoin/dnotespay-sw-poc


DNotes Pay Checkout

Use: Selling products and services for DNotes in your own online shopping cart / web store.
Instructions:
https://github.com/DNotesCoin/dnotespay_checkout/blob/master/README.md

Features:
Buyers do not have to wait for blockchain transaction confirmation to finalize their purchase.
Minimal requirements, PHP and database capable hosting.
Flexible solution, integrated with any checkout system including custom carts.

Script:
https://github.com/DNotesCoin/dnotespay_checkout


What's next?

Integration scripts and plugins for popular eCommerce platforms and shopping carts.







DNotes 2.0 Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What is new with DNotes 2.0?

A: DNotes 2.0 is a major improvement on the original DNotes blockchain. The new blockchain will allow DNotes and its partner company DNotes Global to achieve its objective to connect DNotes to the modern world of finance and commerce. The new blockchain is faster, more secure, and consumes only a fraction of the electricity. It also allows custom invoices to be created and attached to transactions, and changes the economic incentives of the network to one that encourages savings with the switch to the Proof-Of-Stake algorithm, and paying 0.5% interest on balances that haven’t moved from a wallet address in a 30 day period (~6% per annum).

Specifications

POS
2% Annualized Staking Reward
Individual blocks reward will be Current Total Coins / 525,600 * 0.02
60 Second Block Target
0.005 Transaction Fee
Source: https://github.com/DNotesCoin/DNotes2.0
Download Wallet: http://dnotescoin.com/#Download
Directory DNotes2 (C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\DNotes2 on Windows)
CONF dnotes.conf (all lower case)

DNotes 2.0 Features
Switch to PoS
CRISP Reward - 0.5% interest every 30 days. Awarded by address. Calculated on a 30 day cycle.
Automated Invoicing (First Phase) - Integrated blockchain invoice number

There will be a soft deadline where DNotes mined after that block will not be redeemable for 2.0 coins:
4/16/2018
Block# 2180897
133,574,552 Will be the total swappable amount of DNotes we create
+20,000,000 Allocated to DNotes Global, Inc for Development & Growth Fund
153,574,552 Total DNotes 2.0 Created

The next update (TBD) will include:
Deferred Staking

Q: How do I swap my coins? (after April 16th)

A: The DNotes coin swap process will now be done through a private fork of the legacy DNotes blockchain. We have created this fork to ensure that legacy DNotes holders are still able to swap their legacy DNotes for DNotes 2.0 long after the deadline, in the event they missed the swap. This also ensures we will not be accepting newly purchased or mined DNotes, protecting our users and network.

In order to swap your coins, you will need the following DNotes v1.3 wallet, which you can download here:
http://dnotescoin.com/DNotes/dnotes-qt1-3.zip
You will need to copy your wallet.dat or wallet backup file to C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\DNotes1-3 directory, open the wallet application and allow it to update.
Next, you will need an address to send your legacy DNotes in to for the coin swap, you can generate a legacy address with the following instructions:
Create a DNotesVault.com account if you don’t already have one.
Login to your DNotesVault.com account, and click the HISTORIC tab at the top.
Click Create Address, and send your DNotes to the address you just created.

Coin swaps will be processed once a month until further notice.

Q: What is the cutoff date for mined DNotes that can be swapped to the new DNotes blockchain?

A: We have set April 16th 2018 as the soft deadline. No DNotes mined after this date will be eligible to be swapped to DNotes running on the new blockchain. We will continue swap DNotes after that date, however the process will not be as easy and will take more time. Any DNotes 1.x purchased on exchanges after the 16th will not be eligible for the swap.

Q: Will DNotes 2.0 be listed on new exchanges?

We are currently listed on:
https://mercatox.com/exchange/NOTE/BTC
https://stocks.exchange/trade/NOTE/BTC
https://www.nlexch.com/markets/notebtc
https://bitebtc.com/trade/note_btc

Beta or Future Exchanges we are working with:
https://blockbid.io/

Q: Are the new DNotes 2.0 coins worth the same as the old coins?

A: Yes, they are worth exactly the same. However we can not predict what price movements will occur at exchanges once DNotes is relisted using the new coins.

Q: I have Mac or Specific Linux OS, will there be wallets for these?  

A: Yes!
We currently have Windows / Mac / Linux Mint / Ubuntu Desktop wallets at DNotesCoin.com. If you need something else, please let us know.

Q: Where is the block explorer?

A: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/note/


Staking

Q: What is Staking?

A: Staking your coins helps to support the DNotes network, and the network currently pays out roughly 5 DNotes every minute to one address on the network based on a probability that centers on how many coins the user is staking with as a percentage of the total number of coins being staked on the network. The DNotes network pays out ~2% of the total number of coins per annum. If 100% of DNotes were being used to stake on the network, then by probability each user could expect 2% growth in the number of coins they have. If only 50% of coins are used to stake, then those users could expect approximately 4% growth that year.

Q: Can I stake my coins on the DNotesVault?

A: You cannot currently stake your coins that are on the DNotesVault, you will need to withdraw your DNotes 2.0 to a local wallet and stake your coins from your local wallet. We will in a future release incorporate cold staking, which will allow you stake your coins while they are safely tucked away inside the DNotesVault. However, we do not have an ETA, it will be one of our highest priorities for next upgrades.

Q: How do I stake?

Disclaimer: It is recommended that you properly secure your computer and wallet, as well as make proper backups, before attempting to run your own staking wallet. Failure to properly secure your DNotes may result in loss or theft. If you are not familiar with the process, please start off small and familiarize yourself with the process.

You will need to download the DNotes QT wallet here: http://dnotescoin.com/#Download

Install the wallet (and we recommend creating a backup, after encrypting your wallet)
Go to settings, and then ‘encrypt wallet’. Enter your password twice (and do NOT forget it, or you will not be able to access the wallet and we can not help you).
Go to settings, and then ‘unlock wallet’, enter your password, and select “for staking only”. This will prevent any transfers from being made from your wallet without the password while you stake your coins.
Soon the arrow at the bottom will turn green. This means that your coins are now staking.
   
Video: https://youtu.be/bR66LWPRzAU

Q: How do I get the most out of my staking efforts?

A: There is no trick to staking efficiently. The factors involved are your coin weight versus the network coin weight and coin weight is the number of coins currently staking. The age does not matter, nor does how you divide or move your coins around.

Q: How much can I earn staking?

A: That depends on how many coins you are staking and how many coins are being staked on the network. The blockchain distributes Current Total Coins / 525,600 * 0.02 every block, or every 60 seconds. You may calculate how often you are chosen to receive the block reward by dividing your network weight verse your weight. If network weight is 100, and your weight is 5, then you would be chosen for block reward 5 blocks out of every 100.



CRISP

Q: Can I get CRISP reward AND stake at the same time?

A: Yes, the system is designed to allow you to receive CRISP on a wallet you are staking

Q: What is the CRISP reward structure?

A: CRISP periods are every 43,200 blocks (30 day target). Payments start 10,080 blocks (1 week target) from the end of the CRISP period.

Q: What do I need to do to earn CRISP?

A: Keep your coins in the same address for the full CRISP period 30 days, set every 43,200 blocks.

Q: When will I receive CRISP payments?

A: The next payouts are as follows:

May 1 - Ends first CRISP period.
May 8 - Payout starts. (Virtually no one will receive this payout)
June 2 - Ends second CRISP period
June 10 - Payout starts

Roughly.

Q: Do I get CRISP payments at the DNotesVault?

A: Yes! You get CRISP inside the DNotesVault, or at any address you control, such as a Desktop wallet. Though I won't suspect you will be able to get CRISP rewards from the exchanges or other online providers.

Q: Where do the CRISP coins come from?

A: The blockchain, these are newly created coins and have now become part of the new coin distribution, just like the staking reward.

Q: How do I earn the interest reward?

A: Our Cryptocurrency Investment Savings Plan (CRISP) payouts occur approximately once per month. All coins that haven’t moved address during that month period will accrue a 0.5% interest, which compounds to roughly 6.17% per annum. If you move your coins during that time, those coins will not receive the interest for that month.







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September 26, 2018, 09:23:40 PM
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I was hoping that Google's policy would have extended to allow cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects that meet compliance ethical standards to advertise on their platform (no ICOs and no 'binary options'), but alas, we may need to wait a little longer.

Currently a lot of work is going into the early stages of Next Gen VC deployment, and its related services. We are very confident that the initial programs and services that Next Gen VC will launch with with have no qualitative equal, and it will be our commitment to grow and offer a litany of new services that are well-differentiated from traditional VC that promote venture sustainability and success as our funding gives us more room to move.

Next Gen VC looks very promising Wink Helping businesses and companies to grow and fund, can be very rewarding in the long term. it would be amazing to see new business partnerships formed in that way and I'm sure it will greatly benefit the DNotes ecosystem.
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Coinbase Announces Changes to Listing Process

https://dcebrief.com/coinbase-announces-changes-to-listing-process/
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Coinbase Announces Changes to Listing Process

https://dcebrief.com/coinbase-announces-changes-to-listing-process/
Yeah, with newest approach of Coinbase, more digital assests might be added in the platform.
New coming assets will be listed on a regional stance point, not only focus on U.S. regulations.
In the meantime, Dnotes team should prepare all necessary documents in order to apply as soon as possible when Coinbase have new announcement on the issue.

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Coinbase Announces Changes to Listing Process

https://dcebrief.com/coinbase-announces-changes-to-listing-process/
Yeah, with newest approach of Coinbase, more digital assests might be added in the platform.
New coming assets will be listed on a regional stance point, not only focus on U.S. regulations.
In the meantime, Dnotes team should prepare all necessary documents in order to apply as soon as possible when Coinbase have new announcement on the issue.

Thanks Bitcoin Miners, agreed, that is exactly what we intend to do. There are some unique legal documents they request that we are looking into right now.

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Coinbase Announces Changes to Listing Process

https://dcebrief.com/coinbase-announces-changes-to-listing-process/
Yeah, with newest approach of Coinbase, more digital assests might be added in the platform.
New coming assets will be listed on a regional stance point, not only focus on U.S. regulations.
In the meantime, Dnotes team should prepare all necessary documents in order to apply as soon as possible when Coinbase have new announcement on the issue.

Thanks Bitcoin Miners, agreed, that is exactly what we intend to do. There are some unique legal documents they request that we are looking into right now.

It is definitely something worth preparing ourselves for. One of the common themes in Alan's book "Four Pillars" is to always position yourself to be best prepared for success. It does not matter where you are right now, but where you are going from here. That was how Alan's company Dauphin Technology won two large government contracts as a small player in the computer industry against much larger competition. As a cryptocurrency with bold ideas and global ambition, we will build opportunities like this into our strategic plan as one potential option for rapid scaling and growth, and prepare ourselves accordingly.

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Interview: Cryptocurrency Simplified Co-Founder Erica Stanford

https://dcebrief.com/interview-cryptocurrency-simplified-co-founder-erica-stanford/
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It seems that market in general is slowly starting to recover Smiley I hope that it will also have positive effect on DNotes, the coin surely deserves it  Smiley

Or do you think that is still to early to speak about market recovery?  Undecided
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It seems that market in general is slowly starting to recover Smiley I hope that it will also have positive effect on DNotes, the coin surely deserves it  Smiley

Or do you think that is still to early to speak about market recovery?  Undecided

Thanks Amadeus! We are hopeful the markets are on an upswing and that it will have a positive impact on DNotes. However, the speculative trading in the short term is unpredictable. We will continue to focus on building long term value and growing DNotes, ultimately that strategy will prevail regardless of the current state of the industry and markets.

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September 28, 2018, 06:24:14 PM
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Indeed, it has always been our focus to build value into our ecosystem, rather than hope that speculative traders can propel DNotes forward. We have a lot going on that will certainly add significant value to our ecosystem. Once value has been created, this is the juncture that people begin to realize that you are onto something special, and prices may begin to closer reflect that increased value and be much more likely to be sustainable at that level.

We are always very appreciative having you stopping by Amadeus82. We also hope that the market will continue its early signs of recovery which may lead to some more positive headlines in the mainstream media.


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Malta’s New Crypto Laws to Go into Effect Nov 1st

https://dcebrief.com/maltas-new-crypto-laws-to-go-into-effect-nov-1st/
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