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December 09, 2017, 08:27:21 PM
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Is the price for upcoming sanctuaries known already?

They are 1,500,001 BBP.


Sanctuary Escrow Requirement - Christmas 2017:
The escrow requirement is 1,550,001 BBP per Sanctuary.  (Thats approx. $1,250 USD).

Hmmm, is it 1,550,001? or 1,500,001?

Sanctuary guide also says 1,500,001:  http://wiki.biblepay.org/Create_Sanctuary

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December 09, 2017, 08:29:43 PM
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Looks like this coin is going to the moon during christmas

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December 09, 2017, 08:35:10 PM
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Is the price for upcoming sanctuaries known already?

They are 1,500,001 BBP.


Sanctuary Escrow Requirement - Christmas 2017:
The escrow requirement is 1,550,001 BBP per Sanctuary.  (Thats approx. $1,250 USD).

Hmmm, is it 1,550,001? or 1,500,001?

Sanctuary guide also says 1,500,001:  http://wiki.biblepay.org/Create_Sanctuary

Sorry, had to re-read the old post.

Yes, 1,550,001.

I edited the last post. 


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December 09, 2017, 08:46:41 PM
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Its a pity this ICO does not include one line of code.  The roadmap might be adjusted to change "Yacht gathering of Prestige Token Holders" to "Jesus splits the Mt of Olives in Two" and all of those who loved riches more than him will realize their judgement is Depart from me, I never knew you- Oops you should be storing up your treasure in heaven. 

The Team tab says it all : https://privilegecoin.me/teamtoken-holders/
Whats surprising is how many Ether they will receive from people who do not do any due diligence.  I guess the creator thinks its actually funny to bilk people.





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December 09, 2017, 11:05:11 PM
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Although the price rise is very very nice, what is more exciting to me is the volume!
7.2 BTC in the last 24 hours!

I hope this can become the norm. Then we are in with a shot of getting on certain exchanges, and getting the debit card going.

To sustain that volume is a big problem, because it's on C-cex, as very small volume exchange. BBP needs to go on Cryptopia, coinexchange and some others. I hope the devs will take some action regarding this matter.


Weve been very active behind the scenes on this.  Most of these exchanges are asking $35,000 to list us.  Lukes been working with Cryptopia.  Ive been trying to work with Bittrex & Poloniex.  CoinExchange.IO confirmed they would do it for 2BTC, and the 2BTC has risen by 100% since they sent the offer.  Then I didnt hear back from them until yesterday with the most basic answers, and unfortunately the answer makes me even more nervous to engage (Its basically just send us your money, and no contact info given). 

I think we'll find an exchange that will list us for less than $10k if we keep looking and we can vote for it out of the P2P budget in 2018.



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Has anyone looked into listing on Bittrex?  Maybe this is old information, but it looks like they will list/launch for free and spotlight biblepay for 3 BTC:

At Bittrex, we look for coins that have high community demand, innovations to digital currency technology, or a contribution to science or humanity. Given the demand for currency launches, we limit ourselves to only a handful a week. Launching is free and at our discretion.  If your coin passes our compliance rules and you'd like to get additional marketing in our platform, we offer the option to spotlight your coin for 3.0 BTC.   

Note that we cannot list currencies where its primary purpose is to support illegal gambling, illegal drug sales, or any other activity that is illegal in our jurisdiction.  We also cannot list currencies that would be construed as a security such as digital currencies that promise/market profits or represent shares of a company.  At our discretion, we may require an additional compliance fee for listing. These happen in the extraordinary cases where your coin's use case is extremely complex and requires significant research by our staff to determine suitability.


To help speed up the process of deploying your coin, we require the following information submitted through our support desk here: https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=114093958872

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Enhanced Verified Account of team member on Bittrex - This team member must be either a core developer or a major shareholder (10% or more) of a company that backs the development of the coin.  That member will need to submit identifying documents to get their account enhanced verified. 
Description of your coin -  Why does it exist and what makes it unique?  What new technology or business concept are you bringing to the blockchain? If your ANN thread only has coin specs on it, you are not going to get listed on Bittrex. 
Coin trading symbol - The ticker needs to be 3-5 letters and cannot contain any symbols or numbers.  Please verify that your preferred symbol is not already in use on our exchange or any other.  There are a number of services that track coin prices that require the symbols to be unique. Even if the symbol is not on our exchange anymore, we won't reuse it.  Consider your symbol carefully because we will not change it once it is set.
A logo for your coin - png format with a transparent background.  The logo should be square with dimensions of 1000x1000 pixels with no white space on its border and no taglines.  It should only be a logo and expect it to show up in multiple spots in the Bittrex UI.
Launch Date (past or future)
Github Link - We only accept source code.  We will not run a binary that you provide us. 
Did you raise money/bitcoin to launch your coin?  (i.e. a CFC/ICO)
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What is the max money supply for your coin?
Exchanges you are currently on
Official blockchain explorer
What is your TxFee for a transaction
Any social media information such as your official website, twitter account, facebook page, subreddit, etc.

Rob, how is it going with Bittrex?  Have you been able to get in touch with them?  Their enhanced account verification is pretty automated and doesn't take too long to get approval.  It took less than a half hour to get my account done.  If they decided to list biblepay it looks like they would list it for free and charge 3 BTC if we wanted it spotlighted.
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December 09, 2017, 11:27:58 PM
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Rob, how is it going with Bittrex?  Have you been able to get in touch with them?  Their enhanced account verification is pretty automated and doesn't take too long to get approval.  It took less than a half hour to get my account done.  If they decided to list biblepay it looks like they would list it for free and charge 3 BTC if we wanted it spotlighted.

I contacted them multiple times and know someone there, and have not received a reply.  (I am on bittrex in my other community).
Feel free to contact them and ask them to list us.

I will do the verification step after you get a confirmation.


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December 10, 2017, 01:42:54 AM
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anyone happen to have a BBP calculator?

I'll try the 32 bit version and see what happens
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December 10, 2017, 04:28:43 AM
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guys this coin looks pretty fun and harmless and all, whether it's a "good" or "bad" coin the supporting orphans thing is great; but just calling your hash bible hash does not make the hash special ... are y'all really claiming to use an original hash? can anybody (smarter than me at understanding all this) verify that it is an entirely unique algorithm? thanks!
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December 10, 2017, 09:03:02 AM
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Have you all seen how nice Alex's explorer is?

https://biblepay-explorer.org/

Note how you can drill into a block and hover over bible verses and see the context of the verse:


https://biblepay-explorer.org/block/b70fc44cf10a74b181b9c6d0ddf2a276a6ccba65a7bf34b37145b82943f35dde


Explorer looks very nice Smiley

Is the price for upcoming sanctuaries known already?

They are 1,550,001 BBP.


Thanks for your reply! Costly Smiley I need to start mining again.

BTW I did a fresh install of a wallet on win 8.1 64 bit, copy pasted my old wallet.dat with few mined coins and every time I request a payment (generate new address), I get a critical error. Do you need any details?

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December 10, 2017, 11:31:40 AM
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I wanted to mention a feature we have coming at Christmas called E-commerce.

It lets US citizens buy products on amazon through the wallet (primarily because the wallet only supports address validation in the US at this time).  We are working behind the scenes getting Walmart on board also.  I have been notified that Europe deliveries will be possible in a few months if we have some volume in the US test market.

Anyway the reason I mention this is the pool website has additional new fields in the account settings page for name, address, city, state, phone.  I just wanted to say this is only required for E-commerce for Pool purchases.  Not for wallet purposes.  So we are not trying to track you, the fields are optional, and those only need to be filled out if you want to buy some Great Tribulation food in the Pool.

As far as buying from the wallet, I'm working on this guide:
http://wiki.biblepay.org/Ecommerce

There will be fields in the client that allow you to buy directly from the wallet without the pool.

Hopefully we will be the first crypto with built in Amazon products for sale.  Now you can spend your biblepay on real products.



Hi Rob,

Just for clarity, the new e-commerce feature allows us to buy products through Amazon. Are they specific products (i.e. ones that you/someone else lists in the wallet) or could we buy something random from Amazon (for example, a socket wrench)?

I think being able to spend crypto using Amazon may allow us to get the volume enough for the debit card. Imagine that!

I love how many unique and novel features you are integrating into BBP. It is fascinating to see!
Thanks Rob, you are doing a great job!

EDIT: I remembered the word I was looking for!
This project is full of innovation!
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December 10, 2017, 11:33:52 AM
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It should only be pool mining if you added something for that in the biblepay.conf file. What do you have in your file?


"addnode=node.biblepay.org  
addnode=biblepay.inspect.network  
gen=1  
genproclimit=1
poolport=80  
pool=http://pool.biblepay.org  
workerid=littlekingjohn"



genproclimit=1
Is this the one you use? This is what you change to 20 or more


it decreased.. lol.

this is weird why would my CPU usuage be at 96% for a 24 core CPU but produces 1,000 +/- hashes as my 4 core computer at 96% usage? Where is the rest of my computation power going?

My 4 core was putting out 14K hashes and my 24 core was only pushing at 15K.. (now 12K with the new settings).

Since lunch of this coin me, slovakia and one more user... oh nad ofcourse inblue(with biblepay blessing lul) become most "trash talking" persons in this topic.  Why, cuz we want have better HPS2 on 4+ core cpus. But nothing like this happened and we become "trash talkers"
If you want have more hps2 go on 2nd pool(calculate what is beter for you) cuz it doesn't have cenection limit and go gencproclimit way more thany you want cores use(for my 1700x i was using 28, lower was for me "empty"  cpu usage). Or go solo.
If i go 16 genproclimit on my 3,6ghz 16 thread ryzen i have same HPS2 like my 4 core 15tdp atom laptop.
I don't write anything new, that all was on old topic.
But like bible_pay said  it's everything to keep big miners away of this coin, its good but a bit confiusing;P
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December 10, 2017, 02:06:28 PM
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I wanted to mention a feature we have coming at Christmas called E-commerce.

It lets US citizens buy products on amazon through the wallet (primarily because the wallet only supports address validation in the US at this time).  We are working behind the scenes getting Walmart on board also.  I have been notified that Europe deliveries will be possible in a few months if we have some volume in the US test market.

Anyway the reason I mention this is the pool website has additional new fields in the account settings page for name, address, city, state, phone.  I just wanted to say this is only required for E-commerce for Pool purchases.  Not for wallet purposes.  So we are not trying to track you, the fields are optional, and those only need to be filled out if you want to buy some Great Tribulation food in the Pool.

As far as buying from the wallet, I'm working on this guide:
http://wiki.biblepay.org/Ecommerce

There will be fields in the client that allow you to buy directly from the wallet without the pool.

Hopefully we will be the first crypto with built in Amazon products for sale.  Now you can spend your biblepay on real products.



Hi Rob,

Just for clarity, the new e-commerce feature allows us to buy products through Amazon. Are they specific products (i.e. ones that you/someone else lists in the wallet) or could we buy something random from Amazon (for example, a socket wrench)?

I think being able to spend crypto using Amazon may allow us to get the volume enough for the debit card. Imagine that!

I love how many unique and novel features you are integrating into BBP. It is fascinating to see!
Thanks Rob, you are doing a great job!

EDIT: I remembered the word I was looking for!
This project is full of innovation!

Thanks a lot!
Thats a great point.  If the user could actually choose any product they need, the floodgates of usage would skyrocket.
Right now, in its infancy, I have to whitelist the productIDs by running a command that inserts the AWS productID in a table, then the Mouse API honors that list when someone tries to list the products.  (The products are currently the same ones the pool has in the 'store').

However, we could make a bridged process between 'adding' a product and buying any product.  Maybe a command to insert a new product (by anyone).  Once the system checks to ensure the vendor is good (IE has inventory, is shippable, cost of shipping is OK) then it could be added automatically and then the purchase could go through.  Sounds like a great idea, thanks!


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December 10, 2017, 02:50:05 PM
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Surely a good project,I will look in detail.
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December 10, 2017, 02:50:58 PM
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just calling your hash bible hash does not make the hash special ...
are y'all really claiming to use an original hash?
can anybody (smarter than me at understanding all this) verify that it is an entirely unique algorithm? thanks!

Ive been asked a similar question in another thread,
I know the White Paper and Source Code is what youd want to look at,
but I do not know enough about cryptocurrency algorithms to answer:

BiblePay White Paper: http://pool.biblepay.org/Docs/BiblePay_White_Paper.pdf

BiblePay Source Code: https://github.com/biblepay/biblepay

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December 10, 2017, 03:02:00 PM
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NOTE:

The Pool is receiving an upgrade throughout the day but it will not affect mining, only withdrawals.
The withdrawals are temporarily suspended while this new system is put in place.

I will post again as soon as withdrawals are open.

Note that I have to raise the pool fee temporarily due to the security event. 

Thanks for your patience.



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December 10, 2017, 04:10:09 PM
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Any reason why my post about bittrex was deleted?

@Bible_pay bittrex is not responding for anyone questions/tickets. Officaily they have a lot of work.
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December 10, 2017, 04:47:09 PM
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Does anyone know what Biblepay Accountability is as i have 3000 on there and not sure what i do with them Huh
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December 10, 2017, 05:07:49 PM
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It should only be pool mining if you added something for that in the biblepay.conf file. What do you have in your file?


"addnode=node.biblepay.org  
addnode=biblepay.inspect.network  
gen=1  
genproclimit=1
poolport=80  
pool=http://pool.biblepay.org  
workerid=littlekingjohn"



genproclimit=1
Is this the one you use? This is what you change to 20 or more


it decreased.. lol.

this is weird why would my CPU usuage be at 96% for a 24 core CPU but produces 1,000 +/- hashes as my 4 core computer at 96% usage? Where is the rest of my computation power going?

My 4 core was putting out 14K hashes and my 24 core was only pushing at 15K.. (now 12K with the new settings).

Since lunch of this coin me, slovakia and one more user... oh nad ofcourse inblue(with biblepay blessing lul) become most "trash talking" persons in this topic.  Why, cuz we want have better HPS2 on 4+ core cpus. But nothing like this happened and we become "trash talkers"
If you want have more hps2 go on 2nd pool(calculate what is beter for you) cuz it doesn't have cenection limit and go gencproclimit way more thany you want cores use(for my 1700x i was using 28, lower was for me "empty"  cpu usage). Or go solo.
If i go 16 genproclimit on my 3,6ghz 16 thread ryzen i have same HPS2 like my 4 core 15tdp atom laptop.
I don't write anything new, that all was on old topic.
But like bible_pay said  it's everything to keep big miners away of this coin, its good but a bit confiusing;P

Wait so its setup for smaller miners then? That's fine with me I have a few older processors ... however its not economically feasible to make CPU miners.
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December 10, 2017, 06:06:13 PM
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pool:  https://pool.biblepay.org/   Pool Fees: 8%   Shocked Shocked  this is insane


pool:  https://minersofmen.com  Pool Fees: 2%

time to change pool to miners

I tried the other miner site but it never paid out after a full 24 hours. It reported shares but nothing was given. I dont know how that works exactly.

I agree fees are too high now ;(
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December 10, 2017, 06:19:47 PM
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adrianbits 2nd pool got only 1.7M power  1st pool got 29M .. its need to jump all miners to 2nd pool and results will be good ... hash2 and shares is on https://minersofmen.com/  much much better.Dont know why.

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