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September 09, 2017, 09:55:35 AM
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it’s cool, you can use it this technology in every field: astronomy, biology, medicine…

you should register three patents for these ideas Grin anyway, these guys are genius! very skilled innovators.

I heard it is still possible to mining/forging tokens for them? Do you know how does it work?

First apply for delegate position,  if you are selected, find the reward below:
Every day 10,800 blocks are forged by 51 active delegates.
one active delegate proceeds on average 211 blocks each day
and forge on average (it could be a bit more or a bit ‘less
depending on the missed blocks and the average block time):
That's 422 KAPUs every day, 12.800 KAPUs each month, 154.030 KAPUs every year. 51 active delegates will forge about 7,747,920 KAPUs every year. The reward of 2 KAPU will be maintained for the foreseeable future. Unlike some other blocks, KAPU will not reduce forging prizes every year or simplify the size of a given block, but because of the same prize, inflation will drop each year.

Kapu is a part of Ark project as it is specified in the first page of this thread. I collected some useful information about it:

https://blog.ark.io/lets-forge-some-ark-rewards-kick-in-at-block-75-600-abe2e7bf2b98

https://blog.ark.io/how-do-i-register-as-an-ark-delegate-133ed2bf218

Thank you very much to you both! I will read these links as soon as possible!  Smiley
I participated well in this Ico and I had made also the Ark and I am glad of it ! I study myself better technology Dpos and me,
 I read the link. thanks , good job to all

thank you very much wolfb888!  Smiley I hope these link will be useful to everyone!

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September 09, 2017, 10:01:28 AM
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The first link is very simple and clear. So everyone can be a delegate, if invest the minimum amount, but just the first 51 are rewarded to setup nodes.

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September 09, 2017, 10:03:16 AM
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The first link is very simple and clear. So everyone can be a delegate, if invest the minimum amount, but just the first 51 are rewarded to setup nodes.

it will be a "real" job. you have to secure the nodes and oversee all the system, so have a reward is totally justified.


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September 09, 2017, 10:05:29 AM
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The first link is very simple and clear. So everyone can be a delegate, if invest the minimum amount, but just the first 51 are rewarded to setup nodes.

it will be a "real" job. you have to secure the nodes and oversee all the system, so have a reward is totally justified.

of course it is. but the other delegates have nothing for their work, even if minor. why someone would like to be a delegate after the firsts 51?

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September 09, 2017, 10:08:19 AM
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The first link is very simple and clear. So everyone can be a delegate, if invest the minimum amount, but just the first 51 are rewarded to setup nodes.

it will be a "real" job. you have to secure the nodes and oversee all the system, so have a reward is totally justified.

What (to me) is less clear is the duty of the firsts 51 delegates. Ok they forge the arks as the others, but what else they do exactly? It is possible that ust 51 persons are able to oversee everything?

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September 09, 2017, 10:09:56 AM
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The first link is very simple and clear. So everyone can be a delegate, if invest the minimum amount, but just the first 51 are rewarded to setup nodes.

it will be a "real" job. you have to secure the nodes and oversee all the system, so have a reward is totally justified.

of course it is. but the other delegates have nothing for their work, even if minor. why someone would like to be a delegate after the firsts 51?

if you have some money invested in the project you should give your contribution to the growth, so you ensure your own investment.


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September 09, 2017, 10:12:21 AM
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This looks like a very interesting project, and it's in my ICO list.
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September 09, 2017, 10:14:47 AM
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https://blog.ark.io/dpos-and-ark-voting-explained-68596a171ca1

This link from the same site explains the DPoS system. You should read to better understand.

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September 09, 2017, 10:18:10 AM
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https://blog.ark.io/dpos-and-ark-voting-explained-68596a171ca1

This link from the same site explains the DPoS system. You should read to better understand.

"These delegates are then responsible for validating transactions and securing the ARK network."

it can work until the chain is short.

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September 09, 2017, 10:21:43 AM
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https://blog.ark.io/dpos-and-ark-voting-explained-68596a171ca1

This link from the same site explains the DPoS system. You should read to better understand.

This link also answer to your concern about bad whales from the other thread, maybe then we have to link it to the other guys


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September 09, 2017, 10:25:40 AM
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https://blog.ark.io/dpos-and-ark-voting-explained-68596a171ca1

This link from the same site explains the DPoS system. You should read to better understand.

This link also answer to your concern about bad whales from the other thread, maybe then we have to link it to the other guys

Yes, voting system is actually clear. Now we should better understand firsts 51 delegates duties.

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September 09, 2017, 10:26:50 AM
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https://blog.ark.io/dpos-and-ark-voting-explained-68596a171ca1

This link from the same site explains the DPoS system. You should read to better understand.

This link also answer to your concern about bad whales from the other thread, maybe then we have to link it to the other guys

Yes, voting system is actually clear. Now we should better understand firsts 51 delegates duties.

maybe we should to go there and start as rookies: https://ark.io/  Wink

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September 09, 2017, 10:30:51 AM
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https://blog.ark.io/dpos-and-ark-voting-explained-68596a171ca1

This link from the same site explains the DPoS system. You should read to better understand.

This link also answer to your concern about bad whales from the other thread, maybe then we have to link it to the other guys

Yes, voting system is actually clear. Now we should better understand firsts 51 delegates duties.

maybe we should to go there and start as rookies: https://ark.io/  Wink

it's quite better to have all the information available beafore speak about something, but delegates have to set the nodes and secure them, and so oversee, but not verify all the single operation in the world.


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September 09, 2017, 01:54:22 PM
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I see the site :

https://www.kapu.one/

Wow is amazing very fast and very beautiful graphic , i love kapu logo .
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September 09, 2017, 02:15:16 PM
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I see the site :

https://www.kapu.one/

Wow is amazing very fast and very beautiful graphic , i love kapu logo .

They have just changed the background. It's cool I love it too! It is perfect for the meaning of this project.

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September 09, 2017, 02:17:42 PM
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something I would like to investigate more carefully: forging kapu and forging ark are separate process? and, if yes, how does it work?


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September 09, 2017, 02:19:39 PM
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I see the site :

https://www.kapu.one/

Wow is amazing very fast and very beautiful graphic , i love kapu logo .

They have just changed the background. It's cool I love it too! It is perfect for the meaning of this project.

logo style is amazing. it look so elegant, also for being a hog!  Cheesy I would like to partecipate just for the logo design. (joking! amazing project)

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September 09, 2017, 02:22:13 PM
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something I would like to investigate more carefully: forging kapu and forging ark are separate process? and, if yes, how does it work?

I don't know... Are you sure they are talking about kapu forging? Have you read it in the whitepaper?

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September 09, 2017, 02:24:59 PM
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something I would like to investigate more carefully: forging kapu and forging ark are separate process? and, if yes, how does it work?

I don't know... Are you sure they are talking about kapu forging? Have you read it in the whitepaper?

first: I've found the italian version of the whitepaer on their site: https://www.kapu.one/WP_IT.pdf it should be useful for us two!


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September 09, 2017, 02:27:36 PM
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something I would like to investigate more carefully: forging kapu and forging ark are separate process? and, if yes, how does it work?

I don't know... Are you sure they are talking about kapu forging? Have you read it in the whitepaper?

yes, is in the whitepaper. they have 51 delegates that are forging kapu, as the ark itslef. you can find at page 12.

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