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January 25, 2019, 07:47:37 AM
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Just want to congratulate the Semux developers for their 1 year birthday anniversary!  You have done an excellent job. In the one year Semux has not crashed a single time for me, nor have their been any serious bugs. This has been a top quality development.

Semux BFT again is something flying a bit under the radar.. so far Ethereum continues to struggle to put in places its second tier BFT validators.  Meanwhile, Semux already has it implemented flawlessly.  I suspect the real way for BFT to shine is with cross chain operations.

We are looking forward to seeing the mainnet release of Semux Smart Contracts.. Also very curious is you will be able to achieve anywhere near 5,000 txs per block!

Is there a plan for a renewed marketing campaign on the tail of the smart contracts release in 2019?

Notable projects 2019: Semux, Dero, Wagerr, BEAM
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January 30, 2019, 02:45:10 AM
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RC2 has been released

https://github.com/semuxproject/semux-core/releases/tag/v1.5.1RC2


This is mandatory for validator and delegate nodes running on TESTNET. Please upgrade ASAP.

We will be sharing instruction for testing soon so stay tuned for that.

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January 31, 2019, 08:16:57 AM
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RC2 has been released

https://github.com/semuxproject/semux-core/releases/tag/v1.5.1RC2


This is mandatory for validator and delegate nodes running on TESTNET. Please upgrade ASAP.

We will be sharing instruction for testing soon so stay tuned for that.

This is good news!
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January 31, 2019, 08:20:57 AM
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We are looking forward to seeing the mainnet release of Semux Smart Contracts.. Also very curious is you will be able to achieve anywhere near 5,000 txs per block!

I don't think they will be able to get 5000 per block, as they only have 1MB blocks.  For simple contracts without a lot of data, they should fit.  they hit 15,000 transactions per block in testnet with 3-5MB blocks for transfers.

I think dev team will release new perf for VM calls, but now I think it will be a matter of size of data that slows them down, not speed of transaction?

I think you can make expensive contract call that use a lot of gas, so will be interesting to see how much gas they can get in a block.
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February 01, 2019, 06:02:16 PM
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We are looking forward to seeing the mainnet release of Semux Smart Contracts.. Also very curious is you will be able to achieve anywhere near 5,000 txs per block!

I don't think they will be able to get 5000 per block, as they only have 1MB blocks.  For simple contracts without a lot of data, they should fit.  they hit 15,000 transactions per block in testnet with 3-5MB blocks for transfers.

I think dev team will release new perf for VM calls, but now I think it will be a matter of size of data that slows them down, not speed of transaction?

I think you can make expensive contract call that use a lot of gas, so will be interesting to see how much gas they can get in a block.

I am totally curious about its total transaction per block, how many transactions that Semux can handle per block actually? Based on the website, Semux can handle 5000 transactions per block and some of us(you included) did not agree with that because of its block size is 1 MB. Totally understandable if we are comparing it with Bitcoin itself, so what is the truth?
3~5MB block size is good at scaling, but it is practically unusable.

 
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February 04, 2019, 03:15:56 PM
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Honestly, the operational mechanism of SEMUX network is a bit hard to understand for me.
Validators, are they the same as stakers on other networks?

A staker is a person.
The staker has SEM which he can vote with.

The staker votes on a deligate.
The deligate is a validator when it is in the top 100 of the deligates.

So, if you vote in the top 100 (validators), then then forge new blocks.
Each block forged has 3 sem going to the validator.

Now, it's up to the validator if they pay out a fair share to the people that voted in to make it possible to become the validator.

If you want to know which pays better, then go to the top of the list on websites like  http://pool.7u.org which keeps track of the current position of validators by best paying.
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February 15, 2019, 09:50:43 AM
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too much silence here !  Wink

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February 16, 2019, 01:20:18 PM
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too much silence here !  Wink

Try to ann something or bring something more than just another dPOS agent centric platform and people will get excited  Wink

An independant code review could be a good thing.

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February 17, 2019, 12:43:57 PM
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New public pool: savel
Fee: 6+1 %
Payout is 11:00 UTC
Minimum payout: 0.1 SEM
Note: no payout for unvote

Welcome!

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February 17, 2019, 01:38:13 PM
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Pool for SEMUXist.
How many SEMUX coins in minimum to be allowed to join your pool?
I have only less than 150 SEMUX in my wallet, currently.
Can I join your pool and become componential validator with less than 150 coins.

no minium vote..

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February 18, 2019, 11:43:26 AM
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Any news from the team? Strong holder of semux...but I'd like to see some news for the future.

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February 18, 2019, 12:05:08 PM
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Pool for SEMUXist.
How many SEMUX coins in minimum to be allowed to join your pool?
I have only less than 150 SEMUX in my wallet, currently.
Can I join your pool and become componential validator with less than 150 coins.

No minimum vote.
Bear in mind a lot of pools have minimum payouts.
With 150 coins you can expect a daily payment of 0.15 SEM, below the usual threshold of 0.5 SEM. You can expect a payment every 3/4 days.
Check http://pool.7u.org/ which pool is the better paying.
Hope it helps.

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February 22, 2019, 07:10:09 AM
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We are looking forward to seeing the mainnet release of Semux Smart Contracts.. Also very curious is you will be able to achieve anywhere near 5,000 txs per block!

I don't think they will be able to get 5000 per block, as they only have 1MB blocks.  For simple contracts without a lot of data, they should fit.  they hit 15,000 transactions per block in testnet with 3-5MB blocks for transfers.

I think dev team will release new perf for VM calls, but now I think it will be a matter of size of data that slows them down, not speed of transaction?

I think you can make expensive contract call that use a lot of gas, so will be interesting to see how much gas they can get in a block.

I am totally curious about its total transaction per block, how many transactions that Semux can handle per block actually? Based on the website, Semux can handle 5000 transactions per block and some of us(you included) did not agree with that because of its block size is 1 MB. Totally understandable if we are comparing it with Bitcoin itself, so what is the truth?
3~5MB block size is good at scaling, but it is practically unusable.

They can def get 5k/block and have done so.  I just mean VM changes things.  VM transactions can take much more resources to process and propose in time.  Current mainnet can process 5k/block.  Testnet can do 15k/block+ as they removed 1mb block limit to enable higher limits
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February 23, 2019, 12:45:20 PM
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New public pool: savel
Fee: 6+1 %
Payout is 11:00 UTC
Minimum payout: 0.1 SEM
Note: no payout for unvote

Welcome!
Don't see it listed here: http://pool.7u.org/
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February 23, 2019, 06:19:06 PM
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New public pool: savel
Fee: 6+1 %
Payout is 11:00 UTC
Minimum payout: 0.1 SEM
Note: no payout for unvote

Welcome!
Don't see it listed here: http://pool.7u.org/

It's there.   Look at the bottom of the list.

It's not a validator (by default), so all deligates without enough votes to forge blocks are at the bottom.
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February 24, 2019, 01:30:47 PM
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This pool pays even without validator status.
There is a discussion in Discord #pools

I understand that.   Was there a question?

You can't expect the site to update before the first payment was ever made (which only happened slightly over an hour ago).
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February 25, 2019, 07:19:55 AM
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Pool savel powered by new software engine:
- Payments daily at 12:00 UTC
- Pool fee: 7%
- Minimum payout: 0.1SEM
- Minimum age of votes: 200 blocks
- unvote are not paid.

Important difference: if forging <28 blocks, then missing coins will be compensated. For example, pool descend to delegates for a few hours and forging 20 blocks only -- I compensate for missing 8 blocks x 3SEM = 24 coins will be added to pool.

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February 26, 2019, 02:24:13 PM
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https://twitter.com/semuxproject/status/1100400601047810048
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Semux 2019 Roadmap. After long-awaited VM activation in mainnet, we're going to work harder on final user apps and adoption of $SEM. New partnerships with app developers, as well as new exchange listings are coming this year #semux $crypto

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February 28, 2019, 04:25:36 AM
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Based on the roadmap presented in previous thread, the cross-chain Light GUI planned to launch in the second quarter of this year.
Among all those stuffs planned in this year, that cross-chain wallet is my most expected thing from SEMUX.
The reason is the crosschain light GUI might help me to more easily to move coins around.

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February 28, 2019, 06:25:38 AM
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For now i am just waiting for the semux VM the team is active on Discord if you want a quick answer to your question, i guess the thread will be used for major updates and announcement.
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