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Author Topic: [ANN][TZC] TrezarCoin Super-Secure-PoW/PoS  (Read 133521 times)
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September 29, 2017, 06:30:00 PM
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Yes 10.000 USD volume is broken with price increasing.! looking good for long term bag holding with pos rewards Smiley
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September 29, 2017, 06:57:06 PM
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24h Volume: 3.251 BTC right now on Nova.

that so good!

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September 29, 2017, 07:10:50 PM
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Impressive volume.  Grin
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September 29, 2017, 07:11:35 PM
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Good volume! Also, net hashrate is skyrocketing, close to 1 GH/s right now.
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September 29, 2017, 07:20:49 PM
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We are on Coinmarketcap!

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/trezarcoin/

Retweet please!

https://twitter.com/TrezarCoin/status/913845707831947266

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FTC: 6sxjM96KMZ7t4AmDTUKDZdq82Nj931VQvY
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September 29, 2017, 08:37:38 PM
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So, uh, what does this coin do? What separates it from any other coin?

1, we will not give you any fake use case as popular scams today
2, this coin has unique POS, not just some minor tweak, evolutionary way to redesign POS for better (but you need to read and understand the technical principle of 0% pos)
3, we plan to strictly focus on coin development from early days and thanks to auction, ChekaZ now have nice amount of funds to do just that
4, user case is something that will come later down the road

OK, can we get a statement from the DEV here as to what exactly he wants this coin to do? Mining resistance, ok, that's cool. Secure, cool, how? So if you understand 0% POS,m help potential investors to understand "it's too complex" isn't a great start. Investors shouldn't need to learn to read code to understand why your coin is worth investing in. I'm on the network for this coin and mining, just want some reassurance thast this project has SOMETHING, ANYTHING to it. It looks vanilla as hell right now. The big selling point (0% POS?) need to be put in big bold type as a selling point if it is that big of a deal.

Dev please advise.
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September 29, 2017, 09:31:06 PM
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Rank 927, which places it at the "crappiest of shitcoins" tier. Just leaving written proof of it. Let's see how the whole thing evolves, since I feel like it should make it top 100 relatively soon, seeing the jokecoins that you can find in the list. I mean, hey, at least we have a decently working wallet that works in almost all operating system, and the project seems honest. More than I can say about so many coins!!

Incidentally: Can you post a link to some paper, article, whatever explaining the 0% PoS concept?

(EDIT: wrong rank)
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September 29, 2017, 11:19:25 PM
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Volume (24h)
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5.51 BTC

WOW!

XDNA ❱❭ Dynamic. New. Adaptable.
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° BitGun ° T.N.T. ° XDNA Foundation °
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September 30, 2017, 12:12:19 AM
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Volume (24h)
$22,993
5.51 BTC

WOW!


Yeah TZC  its flying today, all the talk on nova atm too

Be proud Istri, I'm trying Wink

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September 30, 2017, 05:02:52 AM
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Volume (24h)
$22,993
5.51 BTC

WOW!


Yeah TZC  its flying today, all the talk on nova atm too

Were TZC listed on 'whattomine' (regardless of your opinion of the worth or lack thereof with the information found there) - it would likely be very near the top in profitability as we stay around 240-260 SAT's.
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September 30, 2017, 05:08:06 AM
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Total Supply
83,592,401 TZC


IS THIS CORRECT ? can anyone verified this ?
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September 30, 2017, 06:20:47 AM
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Total Supply
83,592,401 TZC


IS THIS CORRECT ? can anyone verified this ?

No, this is actual supply.
Total supply is 400M.
ChekaZ already made request to fix it on coinmaretcap.
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September 30, 2017, 06:53:11 AM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is
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September 30, 2017, 10:51:48 AM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is

Yes, it is pretty easy, split your coins and use conf file from first thread basically.
Tutorial are already on the website which will be live soon.
Also you can ask inn our slack where people know how to stake and what 0% pos is.

0% pos is bit misleading name, imho NO% pos describe it better.
there is no fixed % as in other pos coins, instead pos block is always 100.
that way it nicely complement pow without screwing the emission model.
Details about pos will be in whitepaper which will follow after website.
If you look at first post, there is actually roadmap.

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September 30, 2017, 11:58:09 AM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is

I thought that 0 POS means zero reward for POS. I let my wallet running for 3 days now, staking icon is reporting ENABLED all the time, but there are no new coins generated by staking. Using config from the first post.
Is this "POS" designed only for "big holders" with 10k+ and more coins in the pocket or are "smaller" wallets (100s-1000+) suitable to generate POS too?
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September 30, 2017, 12:18:41 PM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is

I thought that 0 POS means zero reward for POS. I let my wallet running for 3 days now, staking icon is reporting ENABLED all the time, but there are no new coins generated by staking. Using config from the first post.
Is this "POS" designed only for "big holders" with 10k+ and more coins in the pocket or are "smaller" wallets (100s-1000+) suitable to generate POS too?

POS is designed to be fair.
Small address can also stake it only takes more time due to laws of probability.
In fact the big wallets are automatically split into more small (you can see this process in coincontrol/list mode)
So there is nothing wrong with "small" wallet, in fact even the biggest wallets are split into many small.
What it means is that having plenty of small chunks you have bigger chance of stake than when you have just one...
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September 30, 2017, 12:37:43 PM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is

I thought that 0 POS means zero reward for POS. I let my wallet running for 3 days now, staking icon is reporting ENABLED all the time, but there are no new coins generated by staking. Using config from the first post.
Is this "POS" designed only for "big holders" with 10k+ and more coins in the pocket or are "smaller" wallets (100s-1000+) suitable to generate POS too?

POS is designed to be fair.
Small address can also stake it only takes more time due to laws of probability.
In fact the big wallets are automatically split into more small (you can see this process in coincontrol/list mode)
So there is nothing wrong with "small" wallet, in fact even the biggest wallets are split into many small.
What it means is that having plenty of small chunks you have bigger chance of stake than when you have just one...
ok thanks for the explanation, so should I generate more receiving addresses and keep eg 50TZC on each wallet, or more small transactions to 1 receiving address shoul be better? I only have 1 address and mining to it - payouts of every mined 100TZC.
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September 30, 2017, 03:58:31 PM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is

I thought that 0 POS means zero reward for POS. I let my wallet running for 3 days now, staking icon is reporting ENABLED all the time, but there are no new coins generated by staking. Using config from the first post.
Is this "POS" designed only for "big holders" with 10k+ and more coins in the pocket or are "smaller" wallets (100s-1000+) suitable to generate POS too?

POS is designed to be fair.
Small address can also stake it only takes more time due to laws of probability.
In fact the big wallets are automatically split into more small (you can see this process in coincontrol/list mode)
So there is nothing wrong with "small" wallet, in fact even the biggest wallets are split into many small.
What it means is that having plenty of small chunks you have bigger chance of stake than when you have just one...
ok thanks for the explanation, so should I generate more receiving addresses and keep eg 50TZC on each wallet, or more small transactions to 1 receiving address shoul be better? I only have 1 address and mining to it - payouts of every mined 100TZC.

You can add other addresses in your wallet, I'd combine all below 200, if you could combine them to 1000 it would be better at the moment.
Be adviced depending on luck it may take more then a week to get a block with 1k coins.
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September 30, 2017, 05:24:01 PM
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There are any tutorials to explain how to stake our coin?
I mean in a efficient way

And what is 0% pos ? I mean what the difference with other PoS,it seem it's the real value of this coin but you don't explain what it is

I thought that 0 POS means zero reward for POS. I let my wallet running for 3 days now, staking icon is reporting ENABLED all the time, but there are no new coins generated by staking. Using config from the first post.
Is this "POS" designed only for "big holders" with 10k+ and more coins in the pocket or are "smaller" wallets (100s-1000+) suitable to generate POS too?
It is not No% or 0%.
With todays ammount of coins and speed of mining/staking. In a year you will receive about 15%
Average staking coins during a year from today=90000000+100*60*24*365/3*1,5 = 116280000
Amount of POS coins =100*60*24*365/3 = 17520000
116280000 : 17520000 = 15.06%
It is the percentage for ideal situation where all coins are in wallets staking (and it is very estimate not taking into account many variables).
So if you won't move coins (and others will) you will get more.
If the maxstaking time would be longer (60,90 days) - you could have got even more if you don't move coins, but it is only 16days.

P.S. What is more interesting: staking of exchanges wallet is on?
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September 30, 2017, 07:27:39 PM
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It is called 0% pos because there is no fixed % like in other coins.
I think this was not very lucky name pick. So far this is the best staking coin i had.
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