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Author Topic: [ANN][TZC] TrezarCoin Super-Secure-PoW/PoS  (Read 155960 times)
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November 08, 2017, 03:09:47 PM
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so , what is the roadmap ? And what's the processing of in roadmap?

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November 08, 2017, 03:15:30 PM
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so , what is the roadmap ? And what's the processing of in roadmap?

https://trezarcoin.com/whitepaper.pdf
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November 08, 2017, 04:40:08 PM
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so , what is the roadmap ? And what's the processing of in roadmap?

You can either look at the website or come into slack.

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November 09, 2017, 08:24:01 PM
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i cant withdraw my trezarcoin in novaexchange.. Undecided

I am.also unable to withdraw off Nova right now. Haven't been able to all day today, it's the first time I've tried in a week though. I think their node is probably just down based on their error icon on wallet page. Someone should maybe contact them and let them know to restart it perhaps.

If it's not fixed by Saturday I'll shoot them a message myself.
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November 09, 2017, 10:49:17 PM
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i cant withdraw my trezarcoin in novaexchange.. Undecided

I am.also unable to withdraw off Nova right now. Haven't been able to all day today, it's the first time I've tried in a week though. I think their node is probably just down based on their error icon on wallet page. Someone should maybe contact them and let them know to restart it perhaps.

If it's not fixed by Saturday I'll shoot them a message myself.
Should be fixed now.
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November 10, 2017, 03:09:43 AM
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Thanks Mirrax, all working this evening, no issues. Funds now staking on wallet.
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November 11, 2017, 11:39:11 AM
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Hi , guys ,I want to invest some money for this coin , But I have a little confused about them . Actually I don’t know if this coin is valueable to invest money .
1)What’s different of this coin with others ? Because of fast and security ,I don’t think it’s too  special and can not find why it is more security than others.
2)Do you have POS coins? Wha’s meaning of 0% POS?  I have hold 3000 coins several weeks but can not get even one coin.

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November 11, 2017, 03:02:29 PM
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Hi , guys ,I want to invest some money for this coin , But I have a little confused about them . Actually I don’t know if this coin is valueable to invest money .
1)What’s different of this coin with others ? Because of fast and security ,I don’t think it’s too  special and can not find why it is more security than others.
2)Do you have POS coins? Wha’s meaning of 0% POS?  I have hold 3000 coins several weeks but can not get even one coin.

Did you read the whitepaper? https://trezarcoin.com/whitepaper.pdf

0% PoS adds an extra security layer. You would need 51% Control of the whole network not only PoW to start an successful attack.

Here is a PoS calc to get your estimate for a block: http://crofly.bplaced.net/

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November 12, 2017, 12:14:50 AM
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Hi guys,

I am pleased to announce that TREZAR has been added to https://www.crypto-coinz.net and from now on you will be able to see the Global Hash Rate and Difficulty of the coin and to calculate your Profitability.
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November 12, 2017, 12:31:32 PM
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I've read a few pages on the thread and wanted to ask a question but in part already answered the Dev ChekaZ, but I still need information

From the spreadsheet you posted
http://crofly.bplaced.net/

I see that if I have 200,000 coins I get about one day around 33% and after a week 99.99%, but then the coins do not rise anymore?
I see that after one month they are always at 100% but anyway I take only 100,000TZC every month? 1,200,000TZC after 12 months?

Are these figures correct if I buy 200,000 coins?
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November 12, 2017, 12:40:37 PM
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I've read a few pages on the thread and wanted to ask a question but in part already answered the Dev ChekaZ, but I still need information

From the spreadsheet you posted
http://crofly.bplaced.net/

I see that if I have 200,000 coins I get about one day around 33% and after a week 99.99%, but then the coins do not rise anymore?
I see that after one month they are always at 100% but anyway I take only 100,000TZC every month? 1,200,000TZC after 12 months?

Are these figures correct if I buy 200,000 coins?

The % says how high the chance is to get a block with an amount in 1 transaction. So if you have 100k in 1 transaction, it may take around 1 week from 0 to get a block.
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November 14, 2017, 02:55:24 PM
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I am getting 100 Coins with staking every ~3 days.
Is that normal?
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November 14, 2017, 03:36:57 PM
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I am getting 100 Coins with staking every ~3 days.
Is that normal?

Every PoS and PoW Block contains 100 Coins. - So its a fixed reward for every solution that is solved that leads to a block.

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November 14, 2017, 08:16:31 PM
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What s the minimal config to stack TZC
Is there any incidence, for example is there any difference if i stack
On an old mono core cpu system or the last I7 lga 1151 MB?

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November 14, 2017, 10:21:40 PM
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What s the minimal config to stack TZC
Is there any incidence, for example is there any difference if i stack
On an old mono core cpu system or the last I7 lga 1151 MB?

It doesnt matter for staking, many are just setting up a rPI to stake, its completely fine. Nearly no power is needed for staking.

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November 15, 2017, 08:08:16 AM
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What s the minimal config to stack TZC
Is there any incidence, for example is there any difference if i stack
On an old mono core cpu system or the last I7 lga 1151 MB?

It doesnt matter for staking, many are just setting up a rPI to stake, its completely fine. Nearly no power is needed for staking.
So it s difficult to understand why POW use so many power supply to encrypt blockchain
if it s possible to do the same or better with POS, i ve read a lot on consensus but it s still a mystery for me
maybe because POS isn t really a blockchain but only a way to confirm transaction like for the stellarcoin
with a fully premine cryptocoin
I expect i m right somewhere

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November 15, 2017, 05:44:33 PM
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What s the minimal config to stack TZC
Is there any incidence, for example is there any difference if i stack
On an old mono core cpu system or the last I7 lga 1151 MB?

It doesnt matter for staking, many are just setting up a rPI to stake, its completely fine. Nearly no power is needed for staking.
So it s difficult to understand why POW use so many power supply to encrypt blockchain
if it s possible to do the same or better with POS, i ve read a lot on consensus but it s still a mystery for me
maybe because POS isn t really a blockchain but only a way to confirm transaction like for the stellarcoin
with a fully premine cryptocoin
I expect i m right somewhere

PoW miners get 66% of the Blocks, PoS miners 33%.

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November 16, 2017, 12:45:54 AM
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I had to restart my miner (Windows 10) for an update and now the wallet wont start. Is this a known issue?
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November 16, 2017, 01:02:21 AM
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I had to restart my miner (Windows 10) for an update and now the wallet wont start. Is this a known issue?

Did you close the wallet properly? If you did just turn the power of your computer off or shutdown the wallet improperly, you may need to delete the /Data Folder  ( Safe your wallet.dat first ) or try to get it running with --rescan. Yes its a known problem.

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November 16, 2017, 08:30:05 AM
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I had to restart my miner (Windows 10) for an update and now the wallet wont start. Is this a known issue?

Did you close the wallet properly? If you did just turn the power of your computer off or shutdown the wallet improperly, you may need to delete the /Data Folder  ( Safe your wallet.dat first ) or try to get it running with --rescan. Yes its a known problem.
All sorted! Thanks! Yes, windows did crash and then update. All well now!
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