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May 02, 2018, 10:32:59 AM
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At the en of the day, just hodl your airdrop token, if you want to gamble a bit just invest as an early adopter with a cheap price, other than that just stay away
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May 02, 2018, 11:23:39 AM
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I had asked a while ago if Devcoin is still merged mined - the reply I got indicated an effort to move to Steemit's "proof of human effort" - is it possible to merge mine SHA256 with current client or not?

Yes.

Unofficial & Uncensored SYSCOIN thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4748031.0    Do not trust Yobit/HitBTC/BiteBTC/coinsbit/p2pb2b/Mercatox/C-cex/Poloniex/WEX/KuCoin/LiveCoin/TheRockTrading/Bitfinex/ADAB/Okex/TradeSatoshi scam exchanges or ICO's by known scammers like HashCoins/Ambisafe/Bountyhive - they WILL scam you! Use diligence & research. Buy coins, sell coins - don't invest in stupid shit. If your questions aren't answered - don't touch it.
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May 02, 2018, 05:09:37 PM
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not holding out a lot of hope for coinscontrol - based in India and they just had a crackdown. Also think the dev(s?) may be in over his head

It's an all too common tale with these random exchanges. Looks like we need to go shopping for another exchange.

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not holding out a lot of hope for coinscontrol - based in India and they just had a crackdown. Also think the dev(s?) may be in over his head

It's an all too common tale with these random exchanges. Looks like we need to go shopping for another exchange.

I have an application pending at
https://www.coinexchange.io



Does anyone have any experiences with this exchange to share with the rest of the Devcoin community?

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There is a 4 BTC fee for new coin additions to the BTC base market.
There is an additional 1 BTC for each optional additional base market listing, for example COIN/ETH market.
 

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May 03, 2018, 02:30:29 PM
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. Do your team have bounty programs?

Hi baby.phuong

Yes we do have a bounty program but it is not very active at the moment.

We would like to change that.

Does anyone want to list some activities in order of priority for a general discussion?



There seems a lot of potential with steem's upcoming SMTs (Smart Media Token) and DVC bounties. We could create a steem-tome.

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May 03, 2018, 03:57:27 PM
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not holding out a lot of hope for coinscontrol - based in India and they just had a crackdown. Also think the dev(s?) may be in over his head

It's an all too common tale with these random exchanges. Looks like we need to go shopping for another exchange.

I have an application pending at
https://www.coinexchange.io



CTYA, many pages ago (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.6775) Iconfirm proposed to be listed in bitsquare.io, now the bisq.network (https://bisq.network/), a decentralized exchange.

In here there is a list of requirements that I think at the time wasn't possible to meet, but now some of those things are a reality (https://docs.bisq.network/exchange/howto/list-asset.html). However, I don't know how feasible it is today, or if we should be listed in similar exchanges, instead of the traditional ones.  I don't know, this gets too technical for me to be honest.

I would love to hear your opinion and obviously the Devcoin community opinion.

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May 03, 2018, 08:07:00 PM
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not holding out a lot of hope for coinscontrol - based in India and they just had a crackdown. Also think the dev(s?) may be in over his head

It's an all too common tale with these random exchanges. Looks like we need to go shopping for another exchange.

I have an application pending at
https://www.coinexchange.io



CTYA, many pages ago (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.6775) Iconfirm proposed to be listed in bitsquare.io, now the bisq.network (https://bisq.network/), a decentralized exchange.

In here there is a list of requirements that I think at the time wasn't possible to meet, but now some of those things are a reality (https://docs.bisq.network/exchange/howto/list-asset.html). However, I don't know how feasible it is today, or if we should be listed in similar exchanges, instead of the traditional ones.  I don't know, this gets too technical for me to be honest.

I would love to hear your opinion and obviously the Devcoin community opinion.

Cheers!


I completed the steps required to list Devcoin at bisq.network
https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq-assets/pull/3

Now we wait for those changes to be accepted and merged into the next release of the bisq.network software

Cheers!

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May 03, 2018, 10:08:01 PM
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not holding out a lot of hope for coinscontrol - based in India and they just had a crackdown. Also think the dev(s?) may be in over his head

It's an all too common tale with these random exchanges. Looks like we need to go shopping for another exchange.

I have an application pending at
https://www.coinexchange.io



CTYA, many pages ago (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.6775) Iconfirm proposed to be listed in bitsquare.io, now the bisq.network (https://bisq.network/), a decentralized exchange.

In here there is a list of requirements that I think at the time wasn't possible to meet, but now some of those things are a reality (https://docs.bisq.network/exchange/howto/list-asset.html). However, I don't know how feasible it is today, or if we should be listed in similar exchanges, instead of the traditional ones.  I don't know, this gets too technical for me to be honest.

I would love to hear your opinion and obviously the Devcoin community opinion.

Cheers!


I completed the steps required to list Devcoin at bisq.network
https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq-assets/pull/3

Now we wait for those changes to be accepted and merged into the next release of the bisq.network software

Cheers!

CTYA


Good move. Bisq & other decentralized exchanges (BarterDEX) are the future, & more importantly - they're SAFE.

Unofficial & Uncensored SYSCOIN thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4748031.0    Do not trust Yobit/HitBTC/BiteBTC/coinsbit/p2pb2b/Mercatox/C-cex/Poloniex/WEX/KuCoin/LiveCoin/TheRockTrading/Bitfinex/ADAB/Okex/TradeSatoshi scam exchanges or ICO's by known scammers like HashCoins/Ambisafe/Bountyhive - they WILL scam you! Use diligence & research. Buy coins, sell coins - don't invest in stupid shit. If your questions aren't answered - don't touch it.
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May 03, 2018, 10:17:21 PM
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I completed the steps required to list Devcoin at bisq.network
https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq-assets/pull/3

Now we wait for those changes to be accepted and merged into the next release of the bisq.network software

Cheers!

CTYA


Great job dude!!! I can't wait to have the DVC listed in there! Thanks for listening  Smiley

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May 03, 2018, 11:00:47 PM
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Indeed good news. Devcoin deserves a place on a decent exchange (and a bright(er) future....).

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May 04, 2018, 04:18:14 PM
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It's hard to say.  Bitcoin keeps going up but there's no hype so it's not taking the other coins with it yet.  And at the same time devcoin keeps diluting which means plenty of devs who need the money will keep selling as will many pools.  This combination means Devcoin's price can keep going lower until something changes.
I'm hoping Bitcoin gets its ETF license which would change everything and bring in lots of new miners and millions of speculative investors.
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May 05, 2018, 08:45:20 AM
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Believe means you have to trust this things,you have hope that soon the price of each cryptos will rising up. But if you only want an earnings or profit and you don't have much belief in the cryptos then sell it. But make sure that you don't regret it till the end you must take the rish evry thing in this world
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May 05, 2018, 04:11:30 PM
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Does that mean DVC comes back? Wow...

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May 07, 2018, 06:24:10 AM
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To give people more incentive to do stuff, I want to give authority to CTYA, develCuy, and Markm to hand out up to 12 shares each. They would each have the authority to hand out shares for people who helped their fields, without having to specifically ask for permission on the thread. This means people who do something could get paid faster, without the extra time and thread clutter of asking for each bounty or payment on the thread.

CTYA could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help get an exchange; develCuy could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help with either Steemit or coding devcoin. Markm could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help with either his exchange or Open Transactions.

Also CTYA would get 20 shares per round into an account, which he would convert to popular cryptocoins by some means like Markm's exchange, to offer to exchanges in return for listing devcoin. Basically, once he had crypto saved up from that account, he'd send another message to exchanges who didn't outright reject devcoin telling them there's now an extra payment for listing devcoin.

They've all agreed to do this. If anyone becomes corrupt and starts giving away shares for no reason, which I do not expect at all, then that person would lose their share authority. Any objections?

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May 07, 2018, 04:11:07 PM
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To give people more incentive to do stuff, I want to give authority to CTYA, develCuy, and Markm to hand out up to 12 shares each. They would each have the authority to hand out shares for people who helped their fields, without having to specifically ask for permission on the thread. This means people who do something could get paid faster, without the extra time and thread clutter of asking for each bounty or payment on the thread.
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They've all agreed to do this. If anyone becomes corrupt and starts giving away shares for no reason, which I do not expect at all, then that person would lose their share authority. Any objections?

No objections, it is a great idea!

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May 07, 2018, 06:21:22 PM
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To give people more incentive to do stuff, I want to give authority to CTYA, develCuy, and Markm to hand out up to 12 shares each. They would each have the authority to hand out shares for people who helped their fields, without having to specifically ask for permission on the thread. This means people who do something could get paid faster, without the extra time and thread clutter of asking for each bounty or payment on the thread.

CTYA could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help get an exchange; develCuy could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help with either Steemit or coding devcoin. Markm could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help with either his exchange or Open Transactions.

Also CTYA would get 20 shares per round into an account, which he would convert to popular cryptocoins by some means like Markm's exchange, to offer to exchanges in return for listing devcoin. Basically, once he had crypto saved up from that account, he'd send another message to exchanges who didn't outright reject devcoin telling them there's now an extra payment for listing devcoin.

They've all agreed to do this. If anyone becomes corrupt and starts giving away shares for no reason, which I do not expect at all, then that person would lose their share authority. Any objections?

Thanks for your trust Unthinkingbit! I plan to use some of those shares for paying server expenses since running an STEEM node requires BIG RAM (~32 GB currently). The rest of shares are available for contributors. Everyone willing to collaborate with STEEM-DVC and earn some bounty please NOW is your time! Let's make things happen NOW!

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May 07, 2018, 11:17:18 PM
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To give people more incentive to do stuff, I want to give authority to CTYA, develCuy, and Markm to hand out up to 12 shares each. They would each have the authority to hand out shares for people who helped their fields, without having to specifically ask for permission on the thread. This means people who do something could get paid faster, without the extra time and thread clutter of asking for each bounty or payment on the thread.

CTYA could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help get an exchange; develCuy could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help with either Steemit or coding devcoin. Markm could hand out up to 12 shares per round to people who help with either his exchange or Open Transactions.

Also CTYA would get 20 shares per round into an account, which he would convert to popular cryptocoins by some means like Markm's exchange, to offer to exchanges in return for listing devcoin. Basically, once he had crypto saved up from that account, he'd send another message to exchanges who didn't outright reject devcoin telling them there's now an extra payment for listing devcoin.

They've all agreed to do this. If anyone becomes corrupt and starts giving away shares for no reason, which I do not expect at all, then that person would lose their share authority. Any objections?

No objections at all!  This is a really great incentive and good idea.
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May 07, 2018, 11:56:31 PM
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[...]Everyone willing to collaborate with STEEM-DVC and earn some bounty please NOW is your time! Let's make things happen NOW!

How can we help develCuy? Do you have something in mind?

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May 08, 2018, 05:15:36 AM
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For what it’s worth: no objections from my side either.

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May 09, 2018, 04:07:58 AM
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The price is, of course, a very, very, very cheap coin. I want to buy some coins like this, but I need to have a comprehensive understanding of the project.
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