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December 19, 2017, 08:51:21 AM
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Has anybody here been trading on Bisq so far? What is the actual user experience? Comparable to Etherdelta? And is it operated with placeholder assets or truly decentralized?

BISQ is some next level s*** and XSPEC is gonna thrive with it as anonimity premiere. That is so far what I ve heard.

Gotta test their client myself first to be objective
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December 19, 2017, 09:44:45 AM
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2.00 $




Yep Awesomeness Smiley

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December 19, 2017, 09:49:08 AM
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Has anybody here been trading on Bisq so far? What is the actual user experience? Comparable to Etherdelta? And is it operated with placeholder assets or truly decentralized?

It's in a quite early stage yet. But yeah it is truly decentralized, it's just a platform where two people can (virtually) meet to make a trade with each other, peer to peer.
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December 19, 2017, 11:29:55 AM
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What you guys think of the decentral exchange https://barterdex.supernet.org/ ? Should spectre get listed there,too?
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December 19, 2017, 11:56:12 AM
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Hail to you Champions. Can you please explain to me what is the reason of the recent price spike? I made some research, was reading the forum, and I was not able to find any answers so far. Thank you

"No matter who we are, what matters is our plan"
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December 19, 2017, 11:58:27 AM
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What is the minimum number of tokens are available?
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December 19, 2017, 12:46:19 PM
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2.00 $




A milestone!
Just a begging!

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December 19, 2017, 01:45:11 PM
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congratulation to all hodlers
this is a great milestone but still, just the beginning Grin

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December 19, 2017, 02:36:20 PM
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congratulation to all hodlers
this is a great milestone but still, just the beginning Grin

$2 going on $5, going on $10, imo.  Privacy coin is in in 2018 and folks are piling in early.  I'm not getting left out.
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December 19, 2017, 04:07:43 PM
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Hail to you Champions. Can you please explain to me what is the reason of the recent price spike? I made some research, was reading the forum, and I was not able to find any answers so far. Thank you


   Perhaps you were poorly looking for answers. XSPEC looks very strong in perspective, many investors around the world are looking for this. Now, the market XSPEC is similar to the XMR market in the spring of 2016.
 And also there was no marketing yet, but after updating 1.4 it will not hurt. It all depends on the developers, they are announcing big plans. Let's hope for them!
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December 19, 2017, 10:49:31 PM
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Use a dedicated staking computer. Get a refurbed/older laptop or RPi (min. 2GB RAM), buy a new hard drive, make a clean OS install on it, and then never go online with it (other than to stake)--transfer all installation files using a USB key. Linux is safer if you're comfortable with it, but Windows is fine if you are careful. If the latter, go to town on firewall/AV/anti-malware software.


I really want to go the raspberry Pi route for a dedicated staking machine (actually already purchased a kit) but you note that the machine should have a minimum of 2GB of RAM whereas the Pi 3 only comes with 1 GB. Was your suggestion for 2 GB RAM only applicable if I went the route of running an older or refurbished laptop and did not apply to the RPi? I would be running minimal non-staking operations on this machine.

Thanks Eleanor!
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December 20, 2017, 12:16:08 AM
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I really want to go the raspberry Pi route for a dedicated staking machine (actually already purchased a kit) but you note that the machine should have a minimum of 2GB of RAM whereas the Pi 3 only comes with 1 GB. Was your suggestion for 2 GB RAM only applicable if I went the route of running an older or refurbished laptop and did not apply to the RPi? I would be running minimal non-staking operations on this machine.

Thanks Eleanor!

I was mostly referring to an older laptop, though in general more RAM = better performance regardless of platform. With a RPi you should be fine; if you do have any performance issues you could easily use e.g. a USB key for some extra swap memory. I haven't tested an RPi with XSPEC specifically (I use an old laptop--I like the built in battery backup in case of power failure etc.), so I can't give you a 100% answer here. Perhaps others can give more guidance.

System requirements would also depend on if you see yourself ever wanting to stake other coins on the same setup; e.g., running several wallets simultaneously is of course more intensive than just one.
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December 20, 2017, 12:17:06 AM
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bloody wallet still not  syncing .Guess  have to reinstall it

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December 20, 2017, 01:34:26 AM
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I really want to go the raspberry Pi route for a dedicated staking machine (actually already purchased a kit) but you note that the machine should have a minimum of 2GB of RAM whereas the Pi 3 only comes with 1 GB. Was your suggestion for 2 GB RAM only applicable if I went the route of running an older or refurbished laptop and did not apply to the RPi? I would be running minimal non-staking operations on this machine.

Thanks Eleanor!

I was mostly referring to an older laptop, though in general more RAM = better performance regardless of platform. With a RPi you should be fine; if you do have any performance issues you could easily use e.g. a USB key for some extra swap memory. I haven't tested an RPi with XSPEC specifically (I use an old laptop--I like the built in battery backup in case of power failure etc.), so I can't give you a 100% answer here. Perhaps others can give more guidance.

System requirements would also depend on if you see yourself ever wanting to stake other coins on the same setup; e.g., running several wallets simultaneously is of course more intensive than just one.

I can't thank you enough for the help you have given me over the last few days. I'm interested in the RPi route because I've wanted an excuse to mess around with one of those for awhile and I can always upgrade to other systems if I need more power.

I'll have to figure out what linux distro to use Gandalf recommended me raspian on slack but https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre mentions Arch and Fedora. It's all foreign to me at this point, lots of researching to do.
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December 20, 2017, 06:17:51 AM
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bit of a dip down to 1.4 USD but it get back there looks like most coins dropped in price today.

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December 20, 2017, 06:57:25 AM
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bloody wallet still not  syncing .Guess  have to reinstall it

https://github.com/bitcoinx2/spectre/wiki/FAQ#7-i-have-zero-connections
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December 20, 2017, 07:00:03 AM
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I was mostly referring to an older laptop, though in general more RAM = better performance regardless of platform. With a RPi you should be fine; if you do have any performance issues you could easily use e.g. a USB key for some extra swap memory. I haven't tested an RPi with XSPEC specifically (I use an old laptop--I like the built in battery backup in case of power failure etc.), so I can't give you a 100% answer here. Perhaps others can give more guidance.

System requirements would also depend on if you see yourself ever wanting to stake other coins on the same setup; e.g., running several wallets simultaneously is of course more intensive than just one.

I can't thank you enough for the help you have given me over the last few days. I'm interested in the RPi route because I've wanted an excuse to mess around with one of those for awhile and I can always upgrade to other systems if I need more power.

I'll have to figure out what linux distro to use Gandalf recommended me raspian on slack but https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre mentions Arch and Fedora. It's all foreign to me at this point, lots of researching to do.

1 GB should be enough for staking one wallet. Raspbian is basically Debian, it is also mentioned in the Github readme. Wink Raspbian is basically Debian optimized for ARM.
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December 20, 2017, 01:25:05 PM
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I was mostly referring to an older laptop, though in general more RAM = better performance regardless of platform. With a RPi you should be fine; if you do have any performance issues you could easily use e.g. a USB key for some extra swap memory. I haven't tested an RPi with XSPEC specifically (I use an old laptop--I like the built in battery backup in case of power failure etc.), so I can't give you a 100% answer here. Perhaps others can give more guidance.

System requirements would also depend on if you see yourself ever wanting to stake other coins on the same setup; e.g., running several wallets simultaneously is of course more intensive than just one.

I can't thank you enough for the help you have given me over the last few days. I'm interested in the RPi route because I've wanted an excuse to mess around with one of those for awhile and I can always upgrade to other systems if I need more power.

I'll have to figure out what linux distro to use Gandalf recommended me raspian on slack but https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre mentions Arch and Fedora. It's all foreign to me at this point, lots of researching to do.

1 GB should be enough for staking one wallet. Raspbian is basically Debian, it is also mentioned in the Github readme. Wink Raspbian is basically Debian optimized for ARM.

Thank you, I love this community.
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December 20, 2017, 02:06:38 PM
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When will it be available for binance?
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December 20, 2017, 03:04:11 PM
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Privacy coins are a no-brainer for those looking to still catch the crypto train.  John McAfee agrees: https://twitter.com/officialmcafee/status/941003398215761922

Spectrecoin (XSPEC) is a lesser known but first rate privacy coin.   Take a look at Spectrecoin's tech:

[and so on]

Placed here to avoid offtopic in the original discussion... are you guy still getting paid for these posts? 

Dont know if same person but I tire of reading that "privacy coins are a no brainer" and that McAfee agrees.  I'd rather he attends to the software with his name on it, to make it less stinking, resource hogging pos. 

No, privacy coins are not the first port of call for the thousands of new users going through verification checks at Coinbase and others.  Privacy is probably quite a long way from their thoughts as they dream of catching the next lambo moon or just doubling their spending money by the end of the week.

I do appreciate that you guys actually put some meat on the bone when selling your coin (not just "buy spectrecoin"), but please tone down and shorten the pitch and stop with the opening line.
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