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October 03, 2017, 11:10:28 PM
Last edit: October 04, 2017, 12:01:14 AM by enigmatical
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Since TEC has been extended what happens to the bonuses, are we still entitled or does it end ?
No,  the bonus dates have been extended as well, new dates are as follow:
16 -19 bonus 30%
20 - 25 bonus 20%
26 sept - 16 oct bonus 10%
17 oct - 21 oct bonus 5%

Hurry up, to buy Kapu coin or you will missed it, you still get 10% bonus as enigmatical said. This coin i think very good for long term investment, they aims to make immutable the human history through the creation of the first world archaeological blockchain of the modern era and also aims to enhance it
Yes exactly, to add to this, it runs on a DPOS system, i.e a delegate proof of stake. The main difference is that you don't need to use energy to mine the Kapucoin. Other differences is that POS involves the participation of the entire network to validate a transaction whereas DPOS involves only a limit number of delegates.These delegates perform the function of validating transactions, maintaining the blockchain and take the transaction fees as profit.
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October 04, 2017, 06:31:21 AM
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There is no need for a tiny niche of archaeology to have its own coin... Just use smart contracts on ethereum or something to show "proof of existence"

But if this project on ethereum i can't mining this coin  Grin
Also if this coin on ethereum platform and kapu has positive appreciation, ethereum also get it. If ethereum price down then kapu price down too, i don't like that
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October 04, 2017, 06:51:28 AM
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There is no need for a tiny niche of archaeology to have its own coin... Just use smart contracts on ethereum or something to show "proof of existence"

But if this project on ethereum i can't mining this coin  Grin
Also if this coin on ethereum platform and kapu has positive appreciation, ethereum also get it. If ethereum price down then kapu price down too, i don't like that
Advantages it offers running it on DPOS far outweighs that of smart contracts apart from securing a cryptocurrency network, processing transactions and achieving a distributed consensus regarding the ownership of funds without the need for a central authority, It also guarantees a fast, efficient and stable network with an incredible time limit of 8 seconds per block.
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October 04, 2017, 07:37:58 AM
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There is no need for a tiny niche of archaeology to have its own coin... Just use smart contracts on ethereum or something to show "proof of existence"

But if this project on ethereum i can't mining this coin  Grin
Also if this coin on ethereum platform and kapu has positive appreciation, ethereum also get it. If ethereum price down then kapu price down too, i don't like that
Advantages it offers running it on DPOS far outweighs that of smart contracts apart from securing a cryptocurrency network, processing transactions and achieving a distributed consensus regarding the ownership of funds without the need for a central authority, It also guarantees a fast, efficient and stable network with an incredible time limit of 8 seconds per block.
This way for KAPU is maybe harder in the beginning but when you look it in the longer run it will be better cause KAPU will depend on it self. So it's not connected with some other platform and if that platform goes down, KAPU goes down. Like this is KAPU-s work what it counts, and I strongly believe in them!

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October 04, 2017, 10:18:32 AM
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There is no need for a tiny niche of archaeology to have its own coin... Just use smart contracts on ethereum or something to show "proof of existence"

But if this project on ethereum i can't mining this coin  Grin
Also if this coin on ethereum platform and kapu has positive appreciation, ethereum also get it. If ethereum price down then kapu price down too, i don't like that
Advantages it offers running it on DPOS far outweighs that of smart contracts apart from securing a cryptocurrency network, processing transactions and achieving a distributed consensus regarding the ownership of funds without the need for a central authority, It also guarantees a fast, efficient and stable network with an incredible time limit of 8 seconds per block.
This way for KAPU is maybe harder in the beginning but when you look it in the longer run it will be better cause KAPU will depend on it self. So it's not connected with some other platform and if that platform goes down, KAPU goes down. Like this is KAPU-s work what it counts, and I strongly believe in them!
If that's the case, then there's no need for smart contract because it is limited, with DPOS alot is achieved on this project to drive it's core objectives.
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October 04, 2017, 11:15:32 AM
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There is no need for a tiny niche of archaeology to have its own coin... Just use smart contracts on ethereum or something to show "proof of existence"

But if this project on ethereum i can't mining this coin  Grin
Also if this coin on ethereum platform and kapu has positive appreciation, ethereum also get it. If ethereum price down then kapu price down too, i don't like that
Advantages it offers running it on DPOS far outweighs that of smart contracts apart from securing a cryptocurrency network, processing transactions and achieving a distributed consensus regarding the ownership of funds without the need for a central authority, It also guarantees a fast, efficient and stable network with an incredible time limit of 8 seconds per block.
This way for KAPU is maybe harder in the beginning but when you look it in the longer run it will be better cause KAPU will depend on it self. So it's not connected with some other platform and if that platform goes down, KAPU goes down. Like this is KAPU-s work what it counts, and I strongly believe in them!
If that's the case, then there's no need for smart contract because it is limited, with DPOS alot is achieved on this project to drive it's core objectives.
The Blockchain and is, by definition, decentralized. in the near future we will see the birth of many Blockchain, and are not all the same,
pass the test of the best for technology and security. it will be a nice challenge
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October 04, 2017, 11:35:23 AM
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Guys are on The Guardian .. We're writing a piece of history in the archeology world.

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/oct/02/archaeology-and-blockchain-a-social-science-data-revolution


so the world takes consciousness of the importance and of applications of this project for future generations and for the archeology...

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October 04, 2017, 01:01:58 PM
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There is no need for a tiny niche of archaeology to have its own coin... Just use smart contracts on ethereum or something to show "proof of existence"

But if this project on ethereum i can't mining this coin  Grin
Also if this coin on ethereum platform and kapu has positive appreciation, ethereum also get it. If ethereum price down then kapu price down too, i don't like that
Advantages it offers running it on DPOS far outweighs that of smart contracts apart from securing a cryptocurrency network, processing transactions and achieving a distributed consensus regarding the ownership of funds without the need for a central authority, It also guarantees a fast, efficient and stable network with an incredible time limit of 8 seconds per block.
This way for KAPU is maybe harder in the beginning but when you look it in the longer run it will be better cause KAPU will depend on it self. So it's not connected with some other platform and if that platform goes down, KAPU goes down. Like this is KAPU-s work what it counts, and I strongly believe in them!
If that's the case, then there's no need for smart contract because it is limited, with DPOS alot is achieved on this project to drive it's core objectives.
The Blockchain and is, by definition, decentralized. in the near future we will see the birth of many Blockchain, and are not all the same,
pass the test of the best for technology and security. it will be a nice challenge

With the birth of many blockchain we can choose who is the best or suitable with our need, but i think every blockchain will have advantage and disadvantage, it all depen on your taste to choise which one is better
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October 04, 2017, 03:11:05 PM
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The project doesn't look doable to me. I don't think this coin will offer any real world usage. I think I'll pass.
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October 04, 2017, 07:55:13 PM
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How are museums and collectors of artifacts and specimens being involved in this project?  Is there a database to which their data is sent or will they be responsible for hosting?  Are there any standards or templates for the data?  The 3D files mentioned in the white paper are potentially going to amount to many petabytes of data very quickly should this platform be adopted by institutions. What is their incentive for adoption?  Is there a plan to fund collection or dissemination of this data?  is there a plan for quality control?

I am a paleontologist with years of experience in 3D digitization with photogrammetry and 3D scanning of artifacts and specimens.  I also have AR, VR and 3D printing experience and have worked as a museum curator at a university in the US.  I am intimately familiar with everything this project seems to be about aside from the blockchain programming aspect.  I have thought about something like Kapu as a solution to many of the problems you aim to solve.

I also know what a curmudgeonly group museum academia is. Getting academia involved is the main hurdle I see as the make-or-break challenge.  Academia will not help this project out unless they are compensated to do so.  Giving them a free platform is not going to be enough because that has been done more than once already and hardly anything is being digitally archived yet.  Curators could literally could turn students loose to use their phone cameras and free software to start turning collections into 3D models at no cost to them and hosting them online, and they do not seem to know about this or care if they do know.  Is there any plan to make them aware or to care about getting their specimens into the Kapu system?  I do not mean to sound so skeptical because I really like the concept.  I want to believe it will succeed, but I need help.
I heard that they are working with some museums in the background but nothing official yet. As part of storage problem I think that best option that every museum should have it's own data server which would be uploaded into the grid. Since it's blockchain technology the communication between servers would be safe and fast. Will academy be for it i don't know. They have every reason to be cause is really promising project but academy looks first what's for them in it, and that's some other subject.

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October 04, 2017, 11:01:02 PM
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Ico is still ongoing yet,  funds raised is a little not too impressive, is it that enough marketing has not been done for this great project. Maybe an aggressive campaign promo around institutions and museum centre would help ico.
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October 04, 2017, 11:10:04 PM
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The project doesn't look doable to me. I don't think this coin will offer any real world usage. I think I'll pass.

Kapu aims to bring a different use case, it will focus on putting archaeological and historical data on the blockchain using an indexing system. Kapu will make history trackable, reachable, accessibe to anyone, so people can see everything that contribited to building and enhancing the history of humanity. I think Kapu will useful for science and education
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October 05, 2017, 07:46:52 AM
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The project doesn't look doable to me. I don't think this coin will offer any real world usage. I think I'll pass.
It's real world usage is the development of the archeological blockchain data relating ancient artifacts through a shared system that will permit to different entities to share, in a fast and safe way, information about all artifacts. Such information sharing mode will ensure a concrete support to those professional user that operates in the archeological world; at the same time it will be a useful aid also for Ministries universities, schools and museums.
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October 05, 2017, 10:16:35 AM
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The project doesn't look doable to me. I don't think this coin will offer any real world usage. I think I'll pass.

Kapu aims to bring a different use case, it will focus on putting archaeological and historical data on the blockchain using an indexing system. Kapu will make history trackable, reachable, accessibe to anyone, so people can see everything that contribited to building and enhancing the history of humanity. I think Kapu will useful for science and education
... and, perhaps, to "stop" or slow down the black market that has always existed in the world of archaeology and art. I note that there are people with economically, which collect objects from poor countries, or in war, and add them to their private collections, thus preventing the greater part of the population to admire them. Kapu can change these bad operations
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October 05, 2017, 10:43:11 AM
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Hey Bitcointalk Fam, I did a bit of a review in the importance of archaeology which has Kapu being a massive project for the Archaeology industry, so if you're not in it, history is what made human society it is today, always good to know, have a read and tell me what you think.

https://steemit.com/kapu/@rtom1990/kapu-coin

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October 05, 2017, 11:26:15 AM
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the first feature of kapu that interest me is the storage of principal archeologichal sites and artifacts for futures generations,but storeing dates on blockchain have more others use and applications...

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October 05, 2017, 11:28:35 AM
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Love kapu , love project , love archeologichal sites , ( im a indiana jones FAN  Grin ) .

Cmon KAPU! you have a BIG FUTURE! .
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October 05, 2017, 11:34:33 AM
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Kapu started so well but i want to know how it is doing now can someone help me here
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October 05, 2017, 12:38:14 PM
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Yes, I get the point but there's too much labor needed and also indexing system must work without any flaws. That's why I say it's not doable. Too much money, labor and perfect management needed.
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October 05, 2017, 12:48:34 PM
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Love kapu , love project , love archeologichal sites , ( im a indiana jones FAN  Grin ) .

Cmon KAPU! you have a BIG FUTURE! .

I believe Kapu can reached minimum cap, because this project about archeological, as you said that Kapu has big future and Archaeology is so important because it is so relevant in our live. Kapu will be used to keep track of all the findings from Archaeologist on a ledger called the KAPU blockchain, where Peer-Peer networking allows access from everyone around the world to find out where each Archaeological piece is situated and moved to with the recordings stuck on the blockchain and not ever able to be changed
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