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October 12, 2017, 12:31:46 AM
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Anyone know the best way to mine this coin solo? Are there any big pools available? Any help, much appreciated, it will take hours to sift through information. Thanks  Wink

First page is a good start,  pool link is there underneath wallet link.
As for solo  prob wouldn't try,  hash is too high. For context, its a third of litecoin hashrate currently. You will need multiple asics to find a block.

EDIT: Maths was out here. It was closer to 2% of LTC hash
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October 12, 2017, 07:11:26 AM
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This project is amazing - I wish I knew of it earlier. This may end up being huge, The DEX UI is incredible. Great job devs.

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October 12, 2017, 11:42:07 AM
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Anyone know the best way to mine this coin solo? Are there any big pools available? Any help, much appreciated, it will take hours to sift through information. Thanks  Wink

First page is a good start,  pool link is there underneath wallet link.
As for solo  prob wouldn't try,  hash is too high. For context, its a third of litecoin hashrate currently. You will need multiple asics to find a block.
Thanks, I've got 5 g/h to point towards it with more to be added. I'm going to give the pool a try now.  Wink
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October 12, 2017, 12:36:39 PM
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Anyone know the best way to mine this coin solo? Are there any big pools available? Any help, much appreciated, it will take hours to sift through information. Thanks  Wink

First page is a good start,  pool link is there underneath wallet link.
As for solo  prob wouldn't try,  hash is too high. For context, its a third of litecoin hashrate currently. You will need multiple asics to find a block.
Thanks, I've got 5 g/h to point towards it with more to be added. I'm going to give the pool a try now.  Wink

That is an envious amount of hashpower...

Their Slack is a good place for latest news etc and the team is really responsive.

Best of luck
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October 12, 2017, 02:38:14 PM
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I'm mining your coin from your pool but nothing is showing up on the dashboard, nothing from my worker yet I'm hashing your coin on my miner what gives? I haven't earn jack and there has been jackpots.

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October 12, 2017, 03:54:16 PM
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465,350.36 MH/s
always works perfectly! pool

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October 12, 2017, 08:30:21 PM
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I'm not understanding the decentralized gateway feature.

Can you provide an indepth explanation of how this is better than OL (in terms of securing my UIA BTC) and OBITS (as an investment, how are the 50% profit share tracked and transparent? I'm seeing no details on this)

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October 12, 2017, 11:52:04 PM
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Hi, I've been getting shares on the pool quite regularly, but not received any for a while now, and there's a message on the pool saying "We are investigating issues in the backend. Your shares and hashrate are safe and we will fix things ASAP." Will these share be credited when the issue is resolved? Thanks for your help and I will be joining slack shortly.
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October 13, 2017, 12:11:47 AM
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I love this project and love their exchange, but worried about the marketing. There is already a strong competitor out of Singapore, COSS. While their exchange is not ready for prime time yet like Cryptobridge is. They are doing weekly payouts in multiple coins which will get them lots of attention while Cryptobridge pays out slower and Coss will have months of payouts before the first Cryptobridge payout. Coss is also adding new hot coins ignored by the big exchanges. I don't want Cryptobridge to lose the first mover advantage to a Johnny come lately. But so far the developers haven't disappointed, so I hope they will consider the importance of getting payouts started for the marketing effects. This remains one of my favorite projects.

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October 13, 2017, 12:40:24 AM
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I love this project and love their exchange, but worried about the marketing. There is already a strong competitor out of Singapore, COSS. While their exchange is not ready for prime time yet like Cryptobridge is. They are doing weekly payouts in multiple coins which will get them lots of attention while Cryptobridge pays out slower and Coss will have months of payouts before the first Cryptobridge payout. Coss is also adding new hot coins ignored by the big exchanges. I don't want Cryptobridge to lose the first mover advantage to a Johnny come lately. But so far the developers haven't disappointed, so I hope they will consider the importance of getting payouts started for the marketing effects. This remains one of my favorite projects.

..but the reason COSS was able to pump out such an extraordinary exchange so quickly was because of their ICO. Cryptobridge was built by an anonymous and international group developers with no ICO or premine. The project is incredibly sincere. COSS may be leading the forefront at the moment but it wont take long for BCO to catch up and even surpass them in my opinion.

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October 13, 2017, 01:40:37 AM
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I love this project and love their exchange, but worried about the marketing. There is already a strong competitor out of Singapore, COSS. While their exchange is not ready for prime time yet like Cryptobridge is. They are doing weekly payouts in multiple coins which will get them lots of attention while Cryptobridge pays out slower and Coss will have months of payouts before the first Cryptobridge payout. Coss is also adding new hot coins ignored by the big exchanges. I don't want Cryptobridge to lose the first mover advantage to a Johnny come lately. But so far the developers haven't disappointed, so I hope they will consider the importance of getting payouts started for the marketing effects. This remains one of my favorite projects.

..but the reason COSS was able to pump out such an extraordinary exchange so quickly was because of their ICO. Cryptobridge was built by an anonymous and international group developers with no ICO or premine. The project is incredibly sincere. COSS may be leading the forefront at the moment but it wont take long for BCO to catch up and even surpass them in my opinion.
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October 13, 2017, 07:18:11 AM
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OpenLedger is running a centralized gateway on top of a decentralized exchange (bitshares). If the people behind OpenLedger disappear, your tokens are worthless because you cannot withdraw them.

In contrast with the OpenLedger situation, you're not screwed when the CryptoBridge developers disappear. The federated gateway network will be run by more than a dozen independent gateway operators located throughout the world. They're all responsible for depositing & withdrawal the UIAs and have to co-sign each transaction on both the individual blockchain as well as the UIA issue-transactions. Due to this, it is not possible for a gateway operator to run with the funds as he'd need the signature of the super majority of the other gateway operators. In this setup, even if the CryptoBridge devs disappear, you can still trade & withdraw your funds as the operation of the exchange and gateways do not depend on us.

Details on staking are still being finalized.

I'm not understanding the decentralized gateway feature.

Can you provide an indepth explanation of how this is better than OL (in terms of securing my UIA BTC) and OBITS (as an investment, how are the 50% profit share tracked and transparent? I'm seeing no details on this)

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October 13, 2017, 07:47:46 AM
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Hi, I've been getting shares on the pool quite regularly, but not received any for a while now, and there's a message on the pool saying "We are investigating issues in the backend. Your shares and hashrate are safe and we will fix things ASAP." Will these share be credited when the issue is resolved? Thanks for your help and I will be joining slack shortly.

True to your word my shares and hashrate were safe. All sorted, thanks.
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October 13, 2017, 09:18:21 AM
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Do we need to keep the wallet open?

Are trading commissions already being paid to BCO holders?

If so, the only thing we need to do is to have BCO in the wallet correct?

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October 13, 2017, 09:31:44 AM
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Do we need to keep the wallet open?

Are trading commissions already being paid to BCO holders?

If so, the only thing we need to do is to have BCO in the wallet correct?

https://crypto-bridge.org/#faq

Profit staking is still in development - it's still in beta stage.

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October 13, 2017, 09:43:03 AM
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Do we need to keep the wallet open?

Are trading commissions already being paid to BCO holders?

If so, the only thing we need to do is to have BCO in the wallet correct?

https://crypto-bridge.org/#faq

Profit staking is still in development - it's still in beta stage.

Not asking about staking.

From OP:

"50% of all profits from the decentralized exchange are distributed to BridgeCoin owners"

Are trading commissions being distributed?

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October 13, 2017, 10:02:37 AM
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No, staking (=distribution trading commissions to BCO holders) is in development. It's the same thing, there is no "classic" POS-style staking in BCO.

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October 14, 2017, 04:55:22 AM
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No, staking (=distribution trading commissions to BCO holders) is in development. It's the same thing, there is no "classic" POS-style staking in BCO.

I feel like I was misunderstood, I said "profit" staking, Not necessarily "proof of stake" but from what I know you need to set BCO aside to claim that 50% is that right?

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October 14, 2017, 07:01:21 PM
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As for solo  prob wouldn't try,  hash is too high. For context, its a third of litecoin hashrate currently. You will need multiple asics to find a block.

this is not true the hash rate is 100 x smaller than ltc

27.000.000 MHS  on LTC vs 200.000 MHS on BCO

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October 14, 2017, 07:57:52 PM
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BCO is a long term holds if you're looking for some passive income, currently in beta stage and with virtually 0 volume. but as we know, things change extremely fast in this field!

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