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March 09, 2019, 09:22:26 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.
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March 09, 2019, 11:50:52 PM
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Nevertheless, its a matter of time until someone manages it.

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March 10, 2019, 12:46:51 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.

Listen to yourself. Google 'TIM blockchain'. 100K TPS! Less than $15M from ICO, and already have two other side chains building off of it.
Look, I can now seen through all those phony 'milestones' AB posted for us. He's a complete scam!
What exactly is he selling to the Tunisians, for example? What does he want them to come and adopt or partner with? A nonfunctional chain? What was he doing at all those conferences?Huh

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March 10, 2019, 01:26:36 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.
The speed can be checked in the benchmark: https://access.universa.io/performance
The speed was actually confirmed by Alfa-Bank.
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March 10, 2019, 01:28:11 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.

Listen to yourself. Google 'TIM blockchain'. 100K TPS! Less than $15M from ICO, and already have two other side chains building off of it.
Look, I can now seen through all those phony 'milestones' AB posted for us. He's a complete scam!
What exactly is he selling to the Tunisians, for example? What does he want them to come and adopt or partner with? A nonfunctional chain? What was he doing at all those conferences?Huh

Hahaha, you listen yourself and google "TIM blockchain scam".

"What is he selling to the Tunisians" - wait, what? are you stupid or just seriously uninformed? research Universa's use cases and maybe you'll find the answer ....
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March 10, 2019, 01:59:57 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.

Listen to yourself. Google 'TIM blockchain'. 100K TPS! Less than $15M from ICO, and already have two other side chains building off of it.
Look, I can now seen through all those phony 'milestones' AB posted for us. He's a complete scam!
What exactly is he selling to the Tunisians, for example? What does he want them to come and adopt or partner with? A nonfunctional chain? What was he doing at all those conferences?Huh
ATI, a major Internet agency of Tunisia, and #Universa signed a 10-year agreement on strategical #partnership and providing hosting services.
The Universa protocol will be applied for e-documentation, various #SmartCity cases, #smartmoney and #Blockchain as a Service (BaaS).

https://cointelegraph.com/news/tunisia-internet-agency-signs-strategic-partnership-with-blockchain-platform
Do you call it a scam?
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March 10, 2019, 06:42:45 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.

Listen to yourself. Google 'TIM blockchain'. 100K TPS! Less than $15M from ICO, and already have two other side chains building off of it.
Look, I can now seen through all those phony 'milestones' AB posted for us. He's a complete scam!
What exactly is he selling to the Tunisians, for example? What does he want them to come and adopt or partner with? A nonfunctional chain? What was he doing at all those conferences?Huh

TIM blockchain is probably a scam.
I think you misunderstand what Universa does. They don't sell anything. Please, research the news and you will get a picture of what this partnership is all about. I guess some more details will be revealed soon.
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March 10, 2019, 06:44:30 PM
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Nevertheless, its a matter of time until someone manages it.

This is true. But with nodes our scalability should improve even better. Anyway, 20k seems more than enough for now. And there are other important things apart from TPS.
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March 10, 2019, 09:17:00 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.

Listen to yourself. Google 'TIM blockchain'. 100K TPS! Less than $15M from ICO, and already have two other side chains building off of it.
Look, I can now seen through all those phony 'milestones' AB posted for us. He's a complete scam!
What exactly is he selling to the Tunisians, for example? What does he want them to come and adopt or partner with? A nonfunctional chain? What was he doing at all those conferences?Huh

TIM blockchain is probably a scam.
I think you misunderstand what Universa does. They don't sell anything. Please, research the news and you will get a picture of what this partnership is all about. I guess some more details will be revealed soon.

Not probably. Most likely. Look it up on bitcointalk and the ann thread is dead since sep 2018 and no TG discussion group. And they claim 100m tps.  Smiley How can this ever be compared to Universa. There are no projects like Universa right now.
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IDCM is a scam/shit exchange. This is proof that the team is out of touch and clueless when it comes to doing anything in regards to their cryptocurrency.


Why is it a scam exchange? I had no problem with them so far.

Looks like someone doesn't like it in his own reason ))

 Grin It makes some sense

Shills talk a lot, but know nothing. IDCM is a fake/scam/shit exchange, it's obvious if you ever looked at any coins, including Universa. 90% of all volumes are faked, it's very very obvious.

And i recommend any of you to look at any market, any order book, any volume transaction. If you understand the basics of what information is presented to you on exchanges, then you will come to understand IDCM is a scammy exchange.

Btw, this isn't the first time AB paid for fake volume, when Universa got listed to another fake/scam/shit exchange Coinbene, they paid (or got) for fake volume there aswell. That was also very obvious by the significant increase in Vol overnight, then when it expired, Universa went to a natural state of around 10k usd volume. Volume doesn't suddenly drop from half a million, to 10k in 1-2 nights, it's virtually impossible. In addition, that volume lasted from September 1st to November 1st, exactly 2 months on the dot. Amazing. Therefore, that's a 98% drop in total volume over 1-2 nights, after exactly 2 months of listing! Not even scamcoins undergo this extreme transformation... fake volume. IDCM will exhibit similar behaviors, but it's obvious by just looking at the order books.






So what does that mean? AB paid/got fake vol for Universa once before on Coinbene, but this ultimately means nothing really. It does show how miserable the demand was for Universa in Q3-Q4.

It does help Universa's appearance to the novices who know little about crypto (which is about 80% of all people who trade/invest in crypto), but most of the real volumes have dropped off significantly and continue to do so; Cobinhood is a reflection of that. If Universa gets pumped again, then there will be an additional marketing aspect to it by appearing in Gain/losers on CMC, by reaching the 50k minimum threshold (ofc faked).

Thus, Universa is in a worse condition then it was prior to IDCM listing.

This should raise more red-flags though, about the manipulative efforts AB is going through to show progress, to show Universa has "real value." If he's willing to do this on the markets, then what other major efforts has he taken to fill Universa with hot air? Thus, leading into the very critical nature of all my posts.


As i've stated multiple times, Universa team is made up of amateurs, run by Alexander Borodich, who's a good businessman and talker, but, knows little about cryptocurrency as a whole. I don't necessarily blame him, because it takes many years to truly understand cryptocurrency and how to maintain a coin. He has failed time and time again, and bringing in real talent, real people in crypto from his local/russian environment to help him build this increasingly shitcoin.





edit: If you want to understand how exchanges behave, and to give even more weight to my claims, i suggest reading this excellent article by CMC, the bits about exchanges is about 75% down the page: https://blog.coinmarketcap.com/2018/11/27/according-to-coinmarketcap-2018-edition/


Just a follow up to IDCM and Coinbene being fake/scam exchanges. Now you can actually see the true behaviors of 80% of exchanges out there. It's quite revealing and should be informative to some of you. There are many exchanges like this throughout crypto and almost every crypto is probably bloated by fake volume, especially Bitcoin and most top 30 cryptos. It's really an interesting topic, very little coverage in news and amongst crypto enthusiasts. But, this will be a bigger topic in the future when someone actually wants to take the time and effort to really dig deep, and really find out what a true metric of "volume" represents. It's a pretty in-depth and interesting subject. (btw, look for sinusoidal markets "stable markets" this is one of many indicators a market is "faked")


As for Universa, AB did pay for this. Fake volume doesn't just occur, neither is it offered for free. It was wrapped into the sum he paid for the listing on this exchange, unknowingly or knowingly, that's the real question. I believe he does know, given the circumstance and past efforts to also "pump up" the volume on Coinbene (HitBTC prob too), and that was half a mil for 2 months, a service that's not offered lightly or free. Logically, yes he did know for IDCM, because he knew for Coinbene and probably when it was listed on HitBTC aswell. I haven't taken the time, nor do i have records about the HitBTC listing volumes/txs, but it looks pretty fake from CMC, especially that 1 day in may 2018 when the volume went to 0(bot or payment failure), then after the fake volume promo ended on HitBTC (vol went basically back to 0), then a desisting occurred all-together 1-2 months after due to no demand at all for Universa's trash.  

I've seen the contracts/agreements of other cryptos and exchanges i've had ties with in the past, who've been offered similar services, by third parties, to "give them volume on your exchange." Similarly, most new ICOs are offered such services, but usually under NDAs or unwillingly pay for them in the initial exchange payments. To the extent this goes, i'm not too sure. But, if you're actually buying fake volume, then you'll do your best to hide that secret, because it will destabilize any market. Anything can be bought for a price, never settle for any bullshit telling you otherwise. The heart of crypto is very corrupted, especially since Ethereum's smart contracts have gone viral post-2017.






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March 11, 2019, 01:11:59 AM
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IDCM is a scam/shit exchange. This is proof that the team is out of touch and clueless when it comes to doing anything in regards to their cryptocurrency.


Why is it a scam exchange? I had no problem with them so far.

Looks like someone doesn't like it in his own reason ))

 Grin It makes some sense

Shills talk a lot, but know nothing. IDCM is a fake/scam/shit exchange, it's obvious if you ever looked at any coins, including Universa. 90% of all volumes are faked, it's very very obvious.

And i recommend any of you to look at any market, any order book, any volume transaction. If you understand the basics of what information is presented to you on exchanges, then you will come to understand IDCM is a scammy exchange.

Btw, this isn't the first time AB paid for fake volume, when Universa got listed to another fake/scam/shit exchange Coinbene, they paid (or got) for fake volume there aswell. That was also very obvious by the significant increase in Vol overnight, then when it expired, Universa went to a natural state of around 10k usd volume. Volume doesn't suddenly drop from half a million, to 10k in 1-2 nights, it's virtually impossible. In addition, that volume lasted from September 1st to November 1st, exactly 2 months on the dot. Amazing. Therefore, that's a 98% drop in total volume over 1-2 nights, after exactly 2 months of listing! Not even scamcoins undergo this extreme transformation... fake volume. IDCM will exhibit similar behaviors, but it's obvious by just looking at the order books.






So what does that mean? AB paid/got fake vol for Universa once before on Coinbene, but this ultimately means nothing really. It does show how miserable the demand was for Universa in Q3-Q4.

It does help Universa's appearance to the novices who know little about crypto (which is about 80% of all people who trade/invest in crypto), but most of the real volumes have dropped off significantly and continue to do so; Cobinhood is a reflection of that. If Universa gets pumped again, then there will be an additional marketing aspect to it by appearing in Gain/losers on CMC, by reaching the 50k minimum threshold (ofc faked).

Thus, Universa is in a worse condition then it was prior to IDCM listing.

This should raise more red-flags though, about the manipulative efforts AB is going through to show progress, to show Universa has "real value." If he's willing to do this on the markets, then what other major efforts has he taken to fill Universa with hot air? Thus, leading into the very critical nature of all my posts.


As i've stated multiple times, Universa team is made up of amateurs, run by Alexander Borodich, who's a good businessman and talker, but, knows little about cryptocurrency as a whole. I don't necessarily blame him, because it takes many years to truly understand cryptocurrency and how to maintain a coin. He has failed time and time again, and bringing in real talent, real people in crypto from his local/russian environment to help him build this increasingly shitcoin.





edit: If you want to understand how exchanges behave, and to give even more weight to my claims, i suggest reading this excellent article by CMC, the bits about exchanges is about 75% down the page: https://blog.coinmarketcap.com/2018/11/27/according-to-coinmarketcap-2018-edition/


Just a follow up to IDCM and Coinbene being fake/scam exchanges. Now you can actually see the true behaviors of 80% of exchanges out there. It's quite revealing and should be informative to some of you. There are many exchanges like this throughout crypto and almost every crypto is probably bloated by fake volume, especially Bitcoin and most top 30 cryptos. It's really an interesting topic, very little coverage in news and amongst crypto enthusiasts. But, this will be a bigger topic in the future when someone actually wants to take the time and effort to really dig deep, and really find out what a true metric of "volume" represents. It's a pretty in-depth and interesting subject. (btw, look for sinusoidal markets "stable markets" this is one of many indicators a market is "faked")


As for Universa, AB did pay for this. Fake volume doesn't just occur, neither is it offered for free. It was wrapped into the sum he paid for the listing on this exchange, unknowingly or knowingly, that's the real question. I believe he does know, given the circumstance and past efforts to also "pump up" the volume on Coinbene (HitBTC prob too), and that was half a mil for 2 months, a service that's not offered lightly or free. Logically, yes he did know for IDCM, because he knew for Coinbene and probably when it was listed on HitBTC aswell. I haven't taken the time, nor do i have records about the HitBTC listing volumes/txs, but it looks pretty fake from CMC, especially that 1 day in may 2018 when the volume went to 0(bot or payment failure), then after the fake volume promo ended on HitBTC (vol went basically back to 0), then a desisting occurred all-together 1-2 months after due to no demand at all for Universa's trash.  

I've seen the contracts/agreements of other cryptos and exchanges i've had ties with in the past, who've been offered similar services, by third parties, to "give them volume on your exchange." Similarly, most new ICOs are offered such services, but usually under NDAs or unwillingly pay for them in the initial exchange payments. To the extent this goes, i'm not too sure. But, if you're actually buying fake volume, then you'll do your best to hide that secret, because it will destabilize any market. Anything can be bought for a price, never settle for any bullshit telling you otherwise. The heart of crypto is very corrupted, especially since Ethereum's smart contracts have gone viral post-2017.







Hello. We are glad to hear from you again!

>Universa's trash
Back to the topic, have you managed to answer our question?
Can you please formulate your complaints without emotions and tell me what is wrong with the Mainnet according to your opinion?
You have got your reason for saying 'Universa is trash', haven't you?

>the volume
Have you got any tangible arguments for proving that the bots are paid by Universa or the CEO?

Thank you.
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March 11, 2019, 01:22:56 PM
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tk808, yes, volume on on CoinBene and IDCM is / was fake. That's clear to anyone with a few brain cells. But why is that Universa's fault,are you serious? Currently I am assuming around 50% of all crypto volume is fake. Even Binance fakes volume. But what can you do? This is a problem that concerns the whole crypto ecosystem, projects are not to be blamed for this.

On the other hand, volume on Cobinhood is real and CMC doesn't show it under Universa's total daily volume. It's not fair..
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March 11, 2019, 07:31:18 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.

Listen to yourself. Google 'TIM blockchain'. 100K TPS! Less than $15M from ICO, and already have two other side chains building off of it.
Look, I can now seen through all those phony 'milestones' AB posted for us. He's a complete scam!
What exactly is he selling to the Tunisians, for example? What does he want them to come and adopt or partner with? A nonfunctional chain? What was he doing at all those conferences?Huh

TIM blockchain is probably a scam.
I think you misunderstand what Universa does. They don't sell anything. Please, research the news and you will get a picture of what this partnership is all about. I guess some more details will be revealed soon.

Not probably. Most likely. Look it up on bitcointalk and the ann thread is dead since sep 2018 and no TG discussion group. And they claim 100m tps.  Smiley How can this ever be compared to Universa. There are no projects like Universa right now.

100M huh? Yeah, totally legit project  Grin
More is not better. We have more than we need already. Time to concentrate on something else rather than TPS. AB said that we can have more than 30k. But we don't need that as of now. We will scale as scalability issue will get in our way, I guess. Now we don't have such issues.
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March 11, 2019, 09:19:40 PM
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tk808, yes, volume on on CoinBene and IDCM is / was fake. That's clear to anyone with a few brain cells. But why is that Universa's fault,are you serious? Currently I am assuming around 50% of all crypto volume is fake. Even Binance fakes volume. But what can you do? This is a problem that concerns the whole crypto ecosystem, projects are not to be blamed for this.

On the other hand, volume on Cobinhood is real and CMC doesn't show it under Universa's total daily volume. It's not fair..

Well, that's their policy. They decide what to do. Hopefully, we have Coingecko, it accounts for Cobin.
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I have just watched the mysterious 100K competitive project, no, TIM is really not the one going to make it... Pure scam, no happening, suspended twitter account, few empty bullshits... And the nick prizrak is a nice pseudonym (it means a "spectre" in english). Against these "projects" looks universa much more trustfully and huge.

I think there are more trustful competitors.

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March 12, 2019, 08:09:07 PM
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I'm really beginning to not understand Universa anymore. So much potential and promises during and after the ICO, but all we seem to be getting afterwards is plenty of talk and publishing, but not a sense of utility direction. And now, we've got so many other projects boasting of better TPS and scalability.

More than 20 000 TPS? Really?
Never have heard about any one with such speed.
The speed can be checked in the benchmark: https://access.universa.io/performance
The speed was actually confirmed by Alfa-Bank.

Thanks, I know about Universa tests. I was wondering about other fast blockchains. Got the answer.
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I have just watched the mysterious 100K competitive project, no, TIM is really not the one going to make it... Pure scam, no happening, suspended twitter account, few empty bullshits... And the nick prizrak is a nice pseudonym (it means a "spectre" in english). Against these "projects" looks universa much more trustfully and huge.

I think there are more trustful competitors.

I think 20k TPS in Universa is great. As far as I know they even made 28k.
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I think 20k TPS in Universa is great. As far as I know they even made 28k.

It is. The product is awesome and highly undervalued (I think it's one of the most undervalued projects in crypto, a true hidden gem), so I hope the marketing team will do their job soon... because once the crypto community notices this project it's gonna fly...
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March 12, 2019, 08:45:44 PM
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Tomorrow  Alexander Borodich will be on russian RBC channel. Will answer some questions.  https://www.rbc.ru for those who are interested.
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Tomorrow  Alexander Borodich will be on russian RBC channel. Will answer some questions.  https://www.rbc.ru for those who are interested.

Will wait for translation. I recognized only Universa  Grin Grin Grin
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