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site: www.bitgem.pw
explorer: http://explorer.bitgem.pw/chain/Bitgem





FIRST CRYPTO-CURRENCY TRADING COLORED COINS

The BTG wallet allows you to create colored gems with various characteristics and qualities. These new gems can easily be created in the wallet and the new gems can be sent to other BTG users. There are four broad types of gems you can create, Diamonds, Rubies, Saphires and Emeralds.


BITGEM: TRADING COLORED GEMS

Launched new version 0.4.9_ALPHA1, providing gem trading features. This is still in ALPHA stage, please use it at your own risk and always backup your wallet.

UPDATED JUN 14 2014 Download NEW ALPHA Release v.0.4.9-ALPHA1: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslUUpDZUk0U1EwM0E/edit?usp=sharing

BTG can be converted into Diamonds (DMD), Rubys (RBY), Sapphires (SPH) or Emeralds (EMD). There are two processes involved:

1) Create gems. Gem-creation is symbolized BTG -> {DMD, RBY, SPH, EMD}. It is the process of making  DMD, RBY, SPR, EMD with specific carat, color, clarity, cut and shape properties.





Modular Wallet

It is done extending bitcoin original wallet, by means of an extension of wallet source. So, extending original wallet (wallet.dat), it is possible to storing gem creation information into extended wallet (gemwallet.dat). The BTG wallet has been created by extending the functions of the bitcoin wallet. All of your gems are stored in your wallet.dat file, which is the wallet backup file.

WARNING:  If you delete or lose your gemwallet.dat file you will lose your gems. Always backup your wallets.

2) Sending gems. 2) Sending gems. Bitgeminization is symbolized {DMD, RBY, SPR, EMD} -> BTG. It is the opposite of gem creation, and it is carried out when an incoming BTG transaction is converted to existing gems.





The aim of current development is to provide a native method for sending colored gems, ie. DMD, RBY, SPH, EMD.

Gem creation and Bitgeminization (sending gems) processes are being developed and refined for a future wallet.





DISCUSSION: BITGEM NEW PATHS

BitGem https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.msg2166865 is a scarce crypto, just about 32,000 BTGs are out there. For future development and to provide added-value, I am planning 3 mainlines, not mutually exclusive, embodying gem properties into any transaction: granularity, tagging and color.

- transaction granularity: because gems are traded like raw gems, "sticky" transactions would allow trading whole gems, rather than fractional amounts of BitGems. This "packing" of gems could be rewarded with an additional stake reward, to encourage the staking of big gems.

- tagged coins: relates to granularity. It would allow you to tag the gem with all 4Cs properties and store the gem in the blockchain.

- colored coins: provide true colored coins (diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald), with an independent or modified exchange, so it could be automatically exchanged in a secondary market.

I am planning an update allowing sending of bitgems through the BitGem Wallet. => DONE !

You can take advantage of future development for making contributions supporting this project 1BTGghTiiqz2mQCYP2AiSv5ec5kcvkaJXu

WEB
       - Official: www.bitgem.pw

DOWNLOADS


DEV ALPHA UPDATE 0.4.1.9-ALPHA1

    - Windows qt GemWallet installer version v.0.4.9-ALPHA1: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslUUpDZUk0U1EwM0E/edit?usp=sharing UPDATED JUN 14 2014
MD5SUM: 1cd32d511be1835e65ae067f46365ce2


LAST STABLE UPDATE 0.4.1.8

   - Windows qt GemWallet installer version 0.4.1.8 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNosleGY0OFAtSS1qQmc/edit?usp=sharing
MD5SUM: 6be1942300b4212c226f8809caaff5cc

    
BTC:  1BTGghTiiqz2mQCYP2AiSv5ec5kcvkaJXu
LTC: LfgarrrLJgkZMSUCeScgHatxyfQtiggN9Z
BTG: gTpTt8d9rSejXDm4QX5vrLtPkrXkpwbrDL[/size]

Currently there is only a Gemwallet for win32. Classic wallets for all platforms can be built from source.

Ports:
    - Port=7692
    - RPCPort=8348


SOURCE

   - Source https://github.com/bitgem/bitgem


INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS

1.- Uninstall previous version.
[OPTIONAL STEP: REDOWNLOAD OF BLOCKCHAIN] 2.- delete into C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\BitGem all files except wallet.dat and bitgem.conf. A prior backup of this directory is recommended strongly.

Note that delete peer.dat is recommended. Add secure nodes showed above.

3.- Install current version


WELL-KNOWN SECURE NODES  UPDATED DEC 02 2014

Code:
addnode=50.149.31.242
addnode=130.255.72.45
addnode=144.76.91.109
addnode=71.175.81.45
addnode=178.238.227.137
addnode=54.68.161.5
addnode=203.20.114.252
addnode=94.141.56.167
addnode=204.11.237.235
addnode=204.11.237.204
addnode=98.18.252.73
addnode=92.42.160.251
addnode=99.26.206.126
addnode=70.173.239.125
addnode=86.184.118.244
addnode=50.76.237.74
addnode=76.2.11.43
addnode=82.138.34.183
addnode=24.4.45.219
addnode=162.243.222.26
addnode=144.76.91.109:  
addnode=192.241.136.248
addnode=70.164.233.143
addnode=85.229.1.85
addnode=199.103.61.149
addnode=203.20.114.252  
addnode=65.93.60.14
addnode=23.228.136.35
addnode=112.215.44.246
addnode=216.177.193.134
addnode=216.177.193.134
addnode=188.126.8.14
addnode=97.86.15.238
addnode=199.192.205.46
addnode=199.103.61.149
addnode=93.31.123.188
addnode=144.76.91.109
addnode=85.229.1.85
addnode=65.93.60.14
addnode=54.201.183.106
addnode=54.246.226.20
addnode=70.164.233.143
addnode=192.81.209.17
addnode=70.98.114.237
addnode=173.28.94.60
addnode=178.32.218.153
addnode=24.6.21.198
addnode=93.96.132.70
addnode=78.31.105.38
addnode=50.89.148.247
addnode=23.94.15.100
addnode=37.187.144.36
addnode=130.255.72.45
addnode=144.76.91.109
addnode=37.187.73.182
addnode=54.201.183.106
addnode=192.99.47.172
addnode=42.62.62.78
addnode=64.34.49.151
addnode=38.126.94.60
addnode=72.78.100.2
addnode=204.11.237.246
addnode=109.197.13.54
addnode=204.11.237.245
addnode=198.50.221.151
addnode=98.18.252.73
addnode=50.7.135.34
addnode=178.63.93.80
addnode=116.231.133.47
addnode=109.154.45.19
addnode=83.139.181.97
addnode=82.138.34.183
addnode=24.4.45.219
addnode=50.142.235.198
addnode=94.41.179.103
addnode=80.229.165.124
addnode=79.167.32.137
addnode=86.24.83.106
addnode=86.97.142.90
addnode=86.24.83.106

If you experience a problem syncing, delete peers.dat and add these nodes to your bitgem.conf.

 
POOLS


     - POOL #1 CaptainAK http://btg.pnwminer.com/ MPOS, Dynamic PPLNS VARDIFF Support, Stratum Only Pool,  0% Fees, only only 150 confirms!
     - POOL #2 salfter https://bitgem.alfter.us/ mmcfe-ng Stratum mining protocol supported PPLNS payout 0% fees
     - POOL #3 JTeam http://btg.jtcpools.org/ 1% pool fee, PPLNS, Stratum - VARDIFF, only 240 confirms , 30% of all proceeds to Human and Christianian works (eliminate water-borne disease etc)
     - POOL #4 https://moopool.com/
     - POOL #5 ahmed_bodi http://btg.cryptopools.com



OFFICIAL FORUM

      - https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/173-bitgem-btg/


BLOCK EXPLORER

       - OFFICIAL BLOCKEXPLORER: http://explorer.bitgem.pw/chain/Bitgem
       - BTG CRAWLER: http://www.bitgem.pw/block_crawler.php

       - BTG BLOCKEXPLORER #1 salfter http://bitgem.dyndns.org:2750/chain/Bitgem
       - BTG BLOCKEXPLORER #2 CaptainAK http://btgexp.pnwminer.com:2750/chain/Bitgem


FAUCET

        -http://faucet.bitgem.pw

I have enabled an address for faucet recharging  gXYiUgs6LhbhkHW6C7WfFqxneuwzTJaVNy



PAPER WALLET

        - https://bitgem.dyndns.org/bitgemaddress.html


EXCHANGE

      - Cryptsy: https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/50
      - Coins-E: https://www.coins-e.com/exchange/BTG_BTC/
      - Xnigma: https://xnigma.com/markets/view/41





GEMWALLET

I have buil this gemwallet for quering the gems in your BTGs. It shows your BTG balance into diamods, rubys, sapphires and emerald, selecting any subset of these. BTG balance is distribuited equitativelly between gems selected. You can set any property like carat, color, clarity, cut, etc, displaying the balance resulting.

The only limitation is you must to have at least 1 BTG in your current balance. Otherwise, controls are deactivated and you just see default conversions.



  
WHY BTG BITGEMS?

It's PoW scrypt and PoS like NovaCoin, but adapted so you can have some fun with it. There are any number of ways you or a group you are in might make use of BTG gems. Also, mining a block you could to get up to 3 BTGs.


FEATURES:

-Colored coins.
-PoW scrypt.
-PoS,
-retargeting each 10 min.
-difficulty adjustement each block,
-semi-scarce: reward 3 BTG BitGems per block, halving X32 diffculty,
-latest upstream updates from litecoin, ppcoin, novacoin incluided,
-installer provided,
-simple 4Cs gemstone model implementation,
-GemWallet let to query your balance in gemstones with a lot of settings.
-no premine


SIMPE 4C's GEMSTONE MODEL



Lets you transform your BTGs into the different type of gemstones, diamond, ruby, sapphire, emerald. 4Cs model take the 4 gemstone properties: Carat, Clarity, Color and Cut and modifies your gems using those parameters.

General information about 4Cs model is based on http://www.collectorfinejewelry.com/quality_4cs.htm.

CARAT

A carat is a weight unit and is equal to 0.2 grams. Usually, there is an exponential relation of value with carats.

COLOR

Is a graded scale, from 'D' to 'Z', with D being the best grade and Z the worst.

In diamonds, colorless is better and perfectly colorless would be D.

In rubies, sapphires and emeralds, more defined hue colors are more valued, and more intense colors (saturated) are more valued too. Well defined, intense, brilliant  colors are graded from D (best) to Z.




CLARITY

Clarity refers to the lack of inclusions or flaws in a gem. The Clarity Scale contains 11 grades,

    FL: Flawless  - No inclusions or blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10× magnification
    IF: Internally Flawless - No inclusions and only blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10× magnification
    VVS1, VVS2: Very, Very Slightly Included - Inclusions are difficult for a skilled grader to see under 10× magnification
    VS1,  VS2:  Very Slightly Included () - Inclusions are minor and range from difficult to somewhat easy for a skilled grader to see under 10x magnification
    SI1, SI2:  - Inclusions are noticeable to a skilled grader under 10x magnification
    I1, I2, and I3 - Inclusions are obvious under 10× magnification and may affect transparency and brilliance

CUT

Cut refers to the symmetry, finish, style and proportion of cut. Just graded as EXCELLENT, VERY_GOOD, GOOD, FAIR, POOR.



SHAPE

While round shapes are generally more valued, shape preference is a a personal choice.

Shapes included are :

    ROUND,
    OVAL,
    PEAR,
    MARQUISE,
    HEART,
    SQUARE,
    SQUARE_EMERALD,
    SQUARE_CUSHION,
    BAGUETTE,
    TAPERED_BAGUETTE,
    RECTANGLE,
    EMERALD_SHAPE,
    CUSHION,
    TRIANGLE,
    TRILLION.



BTG BITGEM AWARENESS

A new logo embodying the symbol of BitGem is shown here. The current ruby gem logo is nice, but this one is simple, minimalistic and can reach more people. If it is widely adopted, it will be added into next BitGem GemWallet release.

If you are an BitGem enthusiastic, feel free to use the logo anywhere.

Additionally a hybrid logo would be nice. Any suggestions are welcome.

BTG LOGO


BTG SYMBOL


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** Please, note that English is not my mother language. If you notice a mistake or want to do any suggestion, please contact me.


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Just because the block-reward is a small number, doesn't mean that the currency is scarce or precious. Crypto-currency is dividable into extremely small pieces. Unlike physical currency, it doesn't matter if it takes 0.0001 or 10000 units of currency to buy a beer.

So IMHO this is just another alt-coin with no real innovation.

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Just because the block-reward is a small number, doesn't mean that the currency is scarce or precious. Crypto-currency is dividable into extremely small pieces. Unlike physical currency, it doesn't matter if it takes 0.0001 or 10000 units of currency to buy a beer.

So IMHO this is just another alt-coin with no real innovation.

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Needs a pool, faucet and web site. Would love this to rival bit bar but it needs community support.

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Any nodes to add, only have 8 connections and hitting a lot of orphans.

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