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Author Topic: [ANN] {CredenceCoin} - CRDNC - Lending-Staking-Referrals-Mining  (Read 124329 times)
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October 22, 2017, 05:43:05 AM
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How to get 20% coin / year ?  

Leave your coins for a year, you can even not open the wallet for a year and then open it and it would have gained enough weight over that period of time to stake fairly quickly + earn 20% interest on that inputs balance.

What do you mean? ,  for staking the wallet need to be open 24 hours....
why do you say that he can keep the wallet close?

Doesn't his nick tells us something?  Grin
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October 22, 2017, 05:43:30 AM
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How to get 20% coin / year ?  

Leave your coins for a year, you can even not open the wallet for a year and then open it and it would have gained enough weight over that period of time to stake fairly quickly + earn 20% interest on that inputs balance.

What do you mean? ,  for staking the wallet need to be open 24 hours....
why do you say that he can keep the wallet close?


Didn't you know that even when you don't leave your wallet open it gains staking weight, stake weight is what determines how quickly you can stake compared to the networks weight, the networks weight is everybody else's individual coins weight combined that you are up against, the more coins one has the better, the longer you wait means you won't be missing out on anything besides seeing it say "You minted a block with this fraction of a percentage" instead of it being in a lump sum, staking secures the network when you leave it on, staking is like mining, you are solving problems with your coins weight, you could have hardly any coins and get lottery lucky and stake a lot or you could have the same amount of coins and only stake a couple of times or not at all.

The more coins you own, the faster you will stake and more consistently depending on how many other people are trying to stake at the same time.

When someone stakes then the network weight goes down but in turn other weight might build and bring it up again, it's a cat and mouse game.

Don't trust those in wallet stake time estimations either, they are all wonky and incorrect.

So the conclusion is that I don't have to open my wallet to gain coin? I think I have some problems in reading comprehension Grin.

So far, I encypt my wallet ==> open it ==> make wallet online (connect to internet, don't shut down the computer) ==>stalking.
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October 22, 2017, 06:08:46 AM
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Wallet can not  be closed if you want to earn coins by staking, it must be unlocked 24/7 /365 with computer running if you want full 20% a year

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October 22, 2017, 06:27:56 AM
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How to get 20% coin / year ?  

Leave your coins for a year, you can even not open the wallet for a year and then open it and it would have gained enough weight over that period of time to stake fairly quickly + earn 20% interest on that inputs balance.

What do you mean? ,  for staking the wallet need to be open 24 hours....
why do you say that he can keep the wallet close?


Because contrary to popular believe you don't need to have your PC running 24/7.
Your coins gain weight regardless...
It only solves a block though if it is running.
So if you leave your coins to gain weight and turn your PC on later down the line, you will get most of your rewards over that year all at once based on your weight.
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October 22, 2017, 06:52:39 AM
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 Huh It looks the weight doesn't get enough to have release of staking coins, I am staking 500 CRDNC coins for 48hours,still nothing and the days left always fluctuating and not reaching the current time. whats the minimum amount to start staking? http://
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October 22, 2017, 06:53:36 AM
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How to get 20% coin / year ?  

Leave your coins for a year, you can even not open the wallet for a year and then open it and it would have gained enough weight over that period of time to stake fairly quickly + earn 20% interest on that inputs balance.

What do you mean? ,  for staking the wallet need to be open 24 hours....
why do you say that he can keep the wallet close?


Because contrary to popular believe you don't need to have your PC running 24/7.
Your coins gain weight regardless...
It only solves a block though if it is running.
So if you leave your coins to gain weight and turn your PC on later down the line, you will get most of your rewards over that year all at once based on your weight.

this actually happen to me when i opend my wallet being closed for 4 hours by accadent i got a few tranactions
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October 22, 2017, 07:17:21 AM
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I think that I will stop staking by letting my wallet open and online 24/24.
It's been 4 complete days since I started staking my 1000 coin and no reward since then.
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October 22, 2017, 07:45:06 AM
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Anybody who missed the ICO and wants to pick up a few Credence Coins at what we believe it will enter the market at can contact me here:

https://discord.gg/g5jFXge

This is our active DISCORD COMMUNITY CHAT and all are welcome to join!
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October 22, 2017, 11:41:35 AM
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I believe the Credence Whitepaper was used for this BS.

https://santacoin.co/ico
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October 22, 2017, 11:57:45 AM
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I believe the Credence Whitepaper was used for this BS.

https://santacoin.co/ico
These guys are too lazy to change the name of Credence to their coin name.
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October 22, 2017, 12:12:50 PM
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I believe the Credence Whitepaper was used for this BS.

https://santacoin.co/ico
These guys are too lazy to change the name of Credence to their coin name.

Do you intend to to something against them for stealing your work?
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October 22, 2017, 12:42:04 PM
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I believe the Credence Whitepaper was used for this BS.

https://santacoin.co/ico
These guys are too lazy to change the name of Credence to their coin name.

Do you intend to to something against them for stealing your work?

Would be a waste of energy.
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October 22, 2017, 03:23:41 PM
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Santacoin is a pure scam, they cant even read proof a copy and paste whitepaper.. Stay away from that shit if u like ur money..
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October 22, 2017, 03:40:26 PM
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Does anybody in the dev team is able to give us some little details about your "trading" method or objectives.

I'm asking because you already said that you've been inspired by the Bitconnect model.

But something very annoying with their trading bot (if there is one) is that it cannot stop when profit are good enought.

For example yesterday, we saw that the rate of interest was about 1% at 6pm (when you check real time interest chart). Why this dumb bot continued trading to finish at midnight with a very rewarding 0.04%??

I mean, will you guys, be able to say "it's enought for today, secure this 1% and we will see tomorow" or is it something imposible when you do trading?

I'm asking this because I'm more and more often disapointed when I check my interest rate when I get up in the morning and I see something like 0.04% even when the interest rate during the day presented good numbers.

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October 22, 2017, 05:14:01 PM
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I realized the ICO is over now, is there anyone who is interested in selling some coins to me? I can pay in doge, or BTC.
Hit me up: billionertimadriano@gmail.com
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October 22, 2017, 05:18:49 PM
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I realized the ICO is over now, is there anyone who is interested in selling some coins to me? I can pay in doge, or BTC.
Hit me up: billionertimadriano@gmail.com


I have for sale price 1$
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October 22, 2017, 05:41:42 PM
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I realized the ICO is over now, is there anyone who is interested in selling some coins to me? I can pay in doge, or BTC.
Hit me up: billionertimadriano@gmail.com
careful mate, you could lose ur money..
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October 22, 2017, 06:29:27 PM
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I realized the ICO is over now, is there anyone who is interested in selling some coins to me? I can pay in doge, or BTC.
Hit me up: billionertimadriano@gmail.com


I have for sale price 1$

If you can pay $5 for a unit, i'm game  Wink

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October 22, 2017, 07:07:22 PM
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I believe the Credence Whitepaper was used for this BS.

https://santacoin.co/ico
These guys are too lazy to change the name of Credence to their coin name.

Do you intend to to something against them for stealing your work?

Would be a waste of energy.

they removed the whitepaper

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October 22, 2017, 07:33:36 PM
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I really lost confidence when I saw them on twitter asking for exchanges to follow them very odd and unprofessional I’m sure there are proper channels to get your coin on a exchange you guys have been doing great so far don’t screw it up we belive in you because you how professional you been specailly answer peoples concerns and lack greed anyways justbmy 2 cents

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