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Author Topic: [ANN][NYC] NEW YORK COIN at 2017 MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE IN NYC!  (Read 72656 times)
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November 02, 2017, 06:29:52 PM
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allknowingeye (and no other screen names!) is the ONLY one EVER experiencing wallet problems. Nobody else? Kind of odd...

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November 02, 2017, 06:35:44 PM
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NYC ATM'S WILL SET NYC VALUE

A new day has dawned for NYC!

Grab those cheapies while you still can...

NYC at ATM's will cost $0.001 each initially and price will rise as demand increases. ATM owners set price.  Grin

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November 02, 2017, 06:46:54 PM
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I am still seeing a problem with larger transactions like above 1 million. The transactions while transmitted through dozens of nodes are never added to any block. They just sit there for days. The only way I can get them added is to solo mine myself - obviously for most people that is not a workable solution.

So here is a fix for this problem. If you set your transaction fee to 1 NYC per kb it seems it will be picked up in short order and added to a block. Less than that is a crap shot. If you follow the guideline presented by the wallet when sending coins you are bound to have stranded transactions because it is incorrectly calculating the necessary fee. A fee of 1 NYC per KB seems to allow for a reliable transmission, and is not unreasonable.

This is an error in the wallet code and this is your work around, set your transaction fee to 1 NYC per KB.


Are there any pool operators willing to push through a couple of stranded transactions.
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November 02, 2017, 06:49:27 PM
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You solved your own problem, using the same screen name this time. Good job!

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November 02, 2017, 06:58:49 PM
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So how exactly is this coin going to avoid the law better than bitcoin has in New York? What make's this coin so law abiding for new york citizens compared to its predecessor Bitcoin?

Doesn't seem to have to many unique features besides the fact you are claiming that New York citizens will be able to legally use this since they cannot use Bitcoin...

Lot's of questions I have, Answer you must.

May the force be with you.
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November 02, 2017, 07:03:27 PM
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Over 100 bitcoin atm's operating in New York City each averaging $30,000/month volume. Some doing over $100,000/mo volume. Do you make up your own facts or just misconstrue on purpose?

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November 02, 2017, 07:06:24 PM
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I am still seeing a problem with larger transactions like above 1 million. The transactions while transmitted through dozens of nodes are never added to any block. They just sit there for days. The only way I can get them added is to solo mine myself - obviously for most people that is not a workable solution.

So here is a fix for this problem. If you set your transaction fee to 1 NYC per kb it seems it will be picked up in short order and added to a block. Less than that is a crap shot. If you follow the guideline presented by the wallet when sending coins you are bound to have stranded transactions because it is incorrectly calculating the necessary fee. A fee of 1 NYC per KB seems to allow for a reliable transmission, and is not unreasonable.

This is an error in the wallet code and this is your work around, set your transaction fee to 1 NYC per KB.


Are there any pool operators willing to push through a couple of stranded transactions.


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November 02, 2017, 07:08:54 PM
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what are the steps to become part of this project?
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November 02, 2017, 07:31:53 PM
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1. Buy NYC

2. Call New York City business owners and ask them to post support sticker for NewYorkCoin and Bitcoin. In return you both receive free NewYorkCoin!

3. Tell everyone you know to Buy NYC

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November 02, 2017, 07:52:35 PM
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no one is bashing your coin the community just want you to succeed

you have to campaing to add new york coin on few exchange like binance, coinexchange

add few node to make the wallet sync faster and upgrade it

the general population loves web wallet

and fix your transaction explorer

on my side i got some coin Wink

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November 02, 2017, 08:28:10 PM
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if you want add your coin on exchange platform

poloniex
https://poloniex.com/coinRequest


binance
https://support.binance.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000822512-Listing-a-Coin-on-Binance-com


bittrex
https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex

shapeshift
https://shapeshift.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203742971-How-do-I-get-a-coin-added-

cryptopia
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Paytopia


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November 02, 2017, 10:21:29 PM
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What do you think will happen to NYC exchange rate when real-world rate (ATM's in New York City) is at $0.001 or even $0.01 for that matter? Do you think online crypto-exchange rate will immediately mimic that real-world price??? If bitcoin was being bought and sold in volume for $500 cash at ATM's and ATM's were the majority of its daily volume (let's say back in 2010), do you think exchanges would've valued it at $5? Just hold on tight and enjoy the free ride. And grab those cheapies while they're available!

NEWS TODAY:
http://m.digitaljournal.com/pr/3546255

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November 03, 2017, 01:23:59 AM
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What do you think will happen to NYC exchange rate when real-world rate (ATM's in New York City) is at $0.001 or even $0.01 for that matter? Do you think online crypto-exchange rate will immediately mimic that real-world price??? If bitcoin was being bought and sold in volume for $500 cash at ATM's and ATM's were the majority of its daily volume (let's say back in 2010), do you think exchanges would've valued it at $5? Just hold on tight and enjoy the free ride. And grab those cheapies while they're available!

NEWS TODAY:
http://m.digitaljournal.com/pr/3546255

yes it will (the real world will mimic the exchange price)

i pay the same price as the market when i buy bitcoin from coinbase or an atm bitcoin machine

the coin get more exposure when it hit the exchange meaning price going up

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November 03, 2017, 02:16:07 AM
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this coin could at least make donations to blind nerds of NY and other megapolises,
always comes to my mind when i look at the OP
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November 03, 2017, 03:04:02 AM
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So how exactly is this coin going to avoid the law better than bitcoin has in New York? What make's this coin so law abiding for new york citizens compared to its predecessor Bitcoin?

Doesn't seem to have to many unique features besides the fact you are claiming that New York citizens will be able to legally use this since they cannot use Bitcoin...

Lot's of questions I have, Answer you must.

May the force be with you.

Seems you have a blind spot about legal matters of NYC and BTC.
The legality of using NYC had been previously discussed.
Utilizing NYC as well as other cryptos solely for the purchase or sale of goods or services is pure and legal in NYC.

According to DFS (department of financial services) New York codes, rules and regulations act, Part 200, section 200.3. License (c), (2) The following Persons are exempt from the licensing requirements:

“Merchants and consumers that utilize Virtual Currency solely for the purchase or sale of goods or services or for investment purposes”

more details http://www.dfs.ny.gov/legal/regulations/adoptions/dfsp200t.pdf  (page 7)   

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November 03, 2017, 03:46:39 AM
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What do you think will happen to NYC exchange rate when real-world rate (ATM's in New York City) is at $0.001 or even $0.01 for that matter? Do you think online crypto-exchange rate will immediately mimic that real-world price??? If bitcoin was being bought and sold in volume for $500 cash at ATM's and ATM's were the majority of its daily volume (let's say back in 2010), do you think exchanges would've valued it at $5? Just hold on tight and enjoy the free ride. And grab those cheapies while they're available!

NEWS TODAY:
http://m.digitaljournal.com/pr/3546255

yes it will (the real world will mimic the exchange price)

i pay the same price as the market when i buy bitcoin from coinbase or an atm bitcoin machine

the coin get more exposure when it hit the exchange meaning price going up

Let's test our theories and see if exchange mimics atm price or if atm is forced to mimic exchange price. We'll know the answer soon enough!

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November 03, 2017, 04:50:42 AM
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What do you think will happen to NYC exchange rate when real-world rate (ATM's in New York City) is at $0.001 or even $0.01 for that matter? Do you think online crypto-exchange rate will immediately mimic that real-world price??? If bitcoin was being bought and sold in volume for $500 cash at ATM's and ATM's were the majority of its daily volume (let's say back in 2010), do you think exchanges would've valued it at $5? Just hold on tight and enjoy the free ride. And grab those cheapies while they're available!

NEWS TODAY:
http://m.digitaljournal.com/pr/3546255

yes it will (the real world will mimic the exchange price)

i pay the same price as the market when i buy bitcoin from coinbase or an atm bitcoin machine

the coin get more exposure when it hit the exchange meaning price going up

Let's test our theories and see if exchange mimics atm price or if atm is forced to mimic exchange price. We'll know the answer soon enough!

No one is trying to fight you here @scryptenthusiast. 
so there is really no need to be so defensive in your replies.

These guys are trying to give you some good advice regarding exchanges etc.

I have been holding NYcoins for approx 4 months now and wish everyone involved the maximum success possible.

Though if I was seeing NYCoin for the first time by reading this thread, i'm afraid you would have already scared me off..

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November 03, 2017, 05:18:16 AM
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Hi there to all, I have been monitoring and observing NYC talks and Yobit exchange for a while. Indeed NYC have been like a pioneer in the crypto space over a few years.

I would say the coin is stable. Stable as in too stable to watch and look at. Behind the effort to get this coin to grow is still ongoing by the campaigner within NYC district itself. I believed the campaigner may have stationed themselves intensely to that spot. Perhaps that's the reason the growth is rather slow and steady.

Other comment I would think of is that the campaigner may be a Lone Ranger that run all the things alone and hardworking too. With due respect it is a decent way to promote what he/she believes in but you should know the coin is for everybody. The campaigner would have to work more with people as the purpose of blockchain technology is all about decentralize.

Basis on the Yobit.net
With the current minority placing sell order of 3,058,083,550.797441 NYC pending. Average out daily buys derived from the exchange data. We could average out that it would take exact 367 days to clear these numbers of transactions of sales order.

Korean and mainland Chinese investors are rushing on buys now either at Binance or KuCoin as the fees are less than other exchange. At certain criteria, no fees for a month for newly listed coin for trading. We have to be sensitive here that South Korean owned about 60% of the current Bitcoin in the world and about over 40% of BitCoin Cash in the world. And most people who stay far from America only could buy NYC using Bitcoin.

To NYC campaigner, in order to hit the goal of success for NYC. It would be good to look into this opportunity. Once NYC look lusty enough, it would be able to aid and supple the NYC district community in future.
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November 03, 2017, 10:24:10 AM
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http://m.digitaljournal.com/pr/3546255

Digitaljournal

Bitcoin and Litecoin Alternative, NYC Now Supported by 14 Businesses in New York City
NewYorkCoin (NYC) has started popping up across New York City, from 'Eat Better Today' in the Bronx to 'KEATS' in Midtown Manhattan down to 'Bagels Road' in Brooklyn. An alternative cryptocurrency to Bitcoin with a lightning-fast 30 second transaction confirmation time and no network fees to send or receive, NYC is quickly gaining brick-and-mortar retail support in the City bearing its name. NYC is a decentralized digital currency just like Bitcoin and Litecoin whose transactions are anonymous yet open-source and verified by a network of peer-to-peer computers located around the globe solving high-level math equations. Bitcoin does this verification every 10 minutes (often much longer unless you pay extra fees). NYC does it every 30 seconds for no fees, with a proven blockchain since 2014.

From Mercimek of NYCOIN Telegraph.

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November 03, 2017, 06:25:42 PM
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ATM MANUFACTURER NEEDS BITCOINJ LIBRARY FOR NEWYORKCOIN. Can anyone post link?

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