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September 08, 2018, 04:10:31 AM
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A few of my older posts got deleted by bitcointalk mod. I can see how this would affect the participants of the signature campaign. Always check especially before the week ends to ensure you have sufficient post to participate and be rewarded in the campaign.

Even with this warning, you can be sure there will be extra drama after this week's signature payment. The admins did a general cleanup, almost everyone might have gotten some posts deleted.
On the upside, the rest of us are probably getting larger amounts Smiley

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September 08, 2018, 05:50:33 AM
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A few of my older posts got deleted by bitcointalk mod. I can see how this would affect the participants of the signature campaign. Always check especially before the week ends to ensure you have sufficient post to participate and be rewarded in the campaign.

This problem has caused to so many users. I got some 7 days ban due to similar issue too.
Why would participating in a signature campaign and not meeting the requirements result in a 7D ban?

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September 08, 2018, 06:01:35 AM
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semux project will turn 1 year tomorrow(Septermber 8, 2018)...so many things happened and more to come!

Cheers!
Yes it does, congrats on your team semux is turning 1 year old great work hope devs wont get tired of people whining about its price and exchange listing, and for those that keep on dumping there signature airdrop we are always here to catch it.
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September 08, 2018, 03:17:35 PM
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For 1 year this project has found such a large base of people who believed in it. 1 year. Yes, many projects do not live that much)
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September 08, 2018, 03:18:01 PM
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Happy Birthday Semux  Grin

I guess it's time I find out definitively the proper nomenclature for the Semux protocol. Would it best be described as pure dBFT, some mix of dBFT and dPOS, or something else entirely? My understanding is with dPOS you elect validators that stake for you, and their order is usually random and they validate alone. With dBFT there is one validator that gets the block reward but you need 2/3rd consensus of other validators for consensus.

Another way I've seen it put:

dPOS: elect N witnesses, each witness produces 1 block on their own.
dBFT: elect N bookkeepers, 2/3 of all bookkeepers agree on what goes in every block.

dBFT sacrificing slightly more resources to be un-forkable.

So therefore Semux, with 100 elected validators and 2/3rd consensus, would be called pure dBFT, correct?
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September 08, 2018, 03:29:54 PM
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The project is very great, very much interested and involved. Semux is a high performance blockchain platform, so I think the number of people participating in this project will continue to grow and this project will be a great success for you. Where can I track this project? I just knew this project was not long
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September 08, 2018, 05:29:06 PM
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Happy Birthday Semux  Grin

I join in the congratulations! Happy Birthday, Semux!  Wink

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September 08, 2018, 06:37:15 PM
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I guess it's time I find out definitively the proper nomenclature for the Semux protocol. Would it best be described as pure dBFT, some mix of dBFT and dPOS, or something else entirely? My understanding is with dPOS you elect validators that stake for you, and their order is usually random and they validate alone. With dBFT there is one validator that gets the block reward but you need 2/3rd consensus of other validators for consensus.

Another way I've seen it put:
dPOS: elect N witnesses, each witness produces 1 block on their own.
dBFT: elect N bookkeepers, 2/3 of all bookkeepers agree on what goes in every block.
dBFT sacrificing slightly more resources to be un-forkable.

So therefore Semux, with 100 elected validators and 2/3rd consensus, would be called pure dBFT, correct?

As I understand Semux is clear dBFT. You must accept the block if approve votes count > 2/3.
There are no such rule in the POS/dPOS. There are more freedom Smiley: you can build your own chain or join to a smaller chain (if there are any problems on the network).
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September 08, 2018, 07:16:39 PM
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I guess it's time I find out definitively the proper nomenclature for the Semux protocol. Would it best be described as pure dBFT, some mix of dBFT and dPOS, or something else entirely? My understanding is with dPOS you elect validators that stake for you, and their order is usually random and they validate alone. With dBFT there is one validator that gets the block reward but you need 2/3rd consensus of other validators for consensus.

Another way I've seen it put:
dPOS: elect N witnesses, each witness produces 1 block on their own.
dBFT: elect N bookkeepers, 2/3 of all bookkeepers agree on what goes in every block.
dBFT sacrificing slightly more resources to be un-forkable.

So therefore Semux, with 100 elected validators and 2/3rd consensus, would be called pure dBFT, correct?

As I understand Semux is clear dBFT. You must accept the block if approve votes count > 2/3.
There are no such rule in the POS/dPOS. There are more freedom Smiley: you can build your own chain or join to a smaller chain (if there are any problems on the network).

One of the main and greatest features of Semux is transaction finality after ONE confirmation.
This is achieved via BFT in which there is no forking. Just think about it what it means and how amazing this is.


Semux and BFT forever!

 Grin  Tongue


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September 08, 2018, 07:51:33 PM
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Following Semux on Twitter but doesn't look like you guys are tweeting that much about this great project, it could really make some difference if this would be done more frequently. Currently there isn't that much we can retweet and after all it's free marketing.
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September 09, 2018, 02:39:26 AM
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Following Semux on Twitter but doesn't look like you guys are tweeting that much about this great project, it could really make some difference if this would be done more frequently. Currently there isn't that much we can retweet and after all it's free marketing.

You have a good point there.  Recently in the discord, the team mentioned that there will be someone in charge of the marketing efforts for Semux. I think that this will be part of their plan in order to reach more people.

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September 09, 2018, 05:49:12 AM
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I guess it's time I find out definitively the proper nomenclature for the Semux protocol. Would it best be described as pure dBFT, some mix of dBFT and dPOS, or something else entirely? My understanding is with dPOS you elect validators that stake for you, and their order is usually random and they validate alone. With dBFT there is one validator that gets the block reward but you need 2/3rd consensus of other validators for consensus.

Another way I've seen it put:
dPOS: elect N witnesses, each witness produces 1 block on their own.
dBFT: elect N bookkeepers, 2/3 of all bookkeepers agree on what goes in every block.
dBFT sacrificing slightly more resources to be un-forkable.

So therefore Semux, with 100 elected validators and 2/3rd consensus, would be called pure dBFT, correct?

As I understand Semux is clear dBFT. You must accept the block if approve votes count > 2/3.
There are no such rule in the POS/dPOS. There are more freedom Smiley: you can build your own chain or join to a smaller chain (if there are any problems on the network).

One of the main and greatest features of Semux is transaction finality after ONE confirmation.
This is achieved via BFT in which there is no forking. Just think about it what it means and how amazing this is.

So, the more freedom in POS/dPOS is actually a limitation of the algorithm.

Semux and BFT forever!

 Grin  Tongue



Yeah, the un-forkable aspect of the protocol, with single confirmation finality, is very cool. And it looks like these delegated type BFT protocols will be getting more and more attention in the future. The beauty of semux is it is free from a lot of the crap these other dBFT/dPoS protocols have, like their ridiculous ICOs, privatization, constitutions, and complicated governance structures. From what I've seen semux is one of the cleanest of the delegated validation projects; the most similar of the dBFT projects to how Bitcoin began  Smiley
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September 09, 2018, 06:05:17 AM
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Happy Birthday Semux Smiley

I've joined the project a little bit later (and it's sad because I lost some nice opportunities) but it will be 1 year together soon too Smiley Thanks for your hard work and for the great result!

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September 09, 2018, 06:36:23 AM
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I've noticed that suddenly support on stocks exchange went up from 0.5 BTC to almost 3 BTC. For me it's a good indication: bigger buywalls = higher chances for the price to rise...

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September 09, 2018, 07:57:14 AM
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I look forward to coming to a new exchange.When that day comes, we will see the real value for Semux.  Wink I do not think we can see it in a Stocks.Exchange.

yes sure, and happie birthday for semux future of semux will be only for us to see him on the top10 just for moment in couple of years
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September 09, 2018, 09:25:32 AM
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Following Semux on Twitter but doesn't look like you guys are tweeting that much about this great project, it could really make some difference if this would be done more frequently. Currently there isn't that much we can retweet and after all it's free marketing.

You have a good point there.  Recently in the discord, the team mentioned that there will be someone in charge of the marketing efforts for Semux. I think that this will be part of their plan in order to reach more people.
Didn't notice that this was already discussed since I am not following every discussion on discord, some people in the Semux campaign have a lot of followers and I am sure they love to retweet when they see some quality tweets.

Also creating a reddit page could be a excellent idea when they are going to improve the socialmedia part of Semux.
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September 09, 2018, 10:49:47 AM
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I've noticed that suddenly support on stocks exchange went up from 0.5 BTC to almost 3 BTC. For me it's a good indication: bigger buywalls = higher chances for the price to rise...
That's exactly what it is. The coin has a good support, which even with a strongly falling market does not allow the SEM coin to fall much. The chart shows that the price is at the bottom, which means there will be growth.

▰   SEMUX   -   An innovative high-performance blockchain platform   ▰
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September 09, 2018, 11:13:51 AM
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I've noticed that suddenly support on stocks exchange went up from 0.5 BTC to almost 3 BTC. For me it's a good indication: bigger buywalls = higher chances for the price to rise...
That's exactly what it is. The coin has a good support, which even with a strongly falling market does not allow the SEM coin to fall much. The chart shows that the price is at the bottom, which means there will be growth.
if the chart shows that the price is at the below, this does not mean that there will be growth. the price may drop even lower. but I think this coin will have the chance to become very valuable in the future.
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September 09, 2018, 12:19:08 PM
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I've noticed that suddenly support on stocks exchange went up from 0.5 BTC to almost 3 BTC. For me it's a good indication: bigger buywalls = higher chances for the price to rise...
That's exactly what it is. The coin has a good support, which even with a strongly falling market does not allow the SEM coin to fall much. The chart shows that the price is at the bottom, which means there will be growth.
if the chart shows that the price is at the below, this does not mean that there will be growth. the price may drop even lower. but I think this coin will have the chance to become very valuable in the future.

It must cause of tech and community  Smiley

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September 09, 2018, 03:13:31 PM
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I've noticed that suddenly support on stocks exchange went up from 0.5 BTC to almost 3 BTC. For me it's a good indication: bigger buywalls = higher chances for the price to rise...

Awesome.  Hope it starts going up.

And, happy belated bday SEM
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