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January 16, 2018, 02:08:22 PM
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Attention! Attention! Attention!
In order to improve the financing of the SATOSHI.TEAM project, the team decided to conduct a mini-ico.
In order to receive STH, the participant must send ETH to the address 0x1cF460DB4a2290498616C2D9AeA2ad1Ed201fA39
The number of STH will be calculated from the ratio 1500 STH = 0.007 ETH
In this way, 3,000,000 STH will be distributed.
These funds are required to pay for the deployment of a smart contract (anonymous transfer of tokens) in the face of high transaction costs.


Is this for those who do not know how to use etherdelta?
And what of the bounty, when to expect bounty? It is not logical to hold a mini-bounty, attract investors.


To buy on the ED and withdraw to your wallet, you need to spend more Eth than if you transfer 0.007 Eth with a gas limit of 21,000.
To deposit + pay for the purchase + withdraw from the deposit =  Shocked

With the quantity and price of gas that is required by the smart contract of ED for conducting transactions - this offer is more profitable! The limit of gas ED from 100,000 to 250,000 seems to be?

The fee for withdrawing from a deposit is 0.00525 Eth! So in order to buy tokens on the ED, you need at least 0.015 Eth!

This I buy on the ED!

TxHash:000000000000000000000000000
Block Height:(Pending)
TimeStamp: 00 hr 01 min 00 secs ago (Jan-16-2018 11:30:11 AM)

Estimated Confirmation Duration: ~ 1 hr : 9 mins : 54 secs

From:0x0000000000000000000000000000000000
To:0x0000000000000000000000000000 (etherdelta_2)
Value: 0 Ether ($0.000000)
Gas Limit: 250000
Gas Used By Txn: Pending

Gas Price: 0.000000021 Ether (21 Gwei)

Max Txn Cost/Fee: 0.00525 Ether($5.73)
 
Cumulative Gas Used: Pending

I tried to take:

Your wallet's ETH balance (0.00804392 ETH) is not enough to cover the gas cost (Ethereum network fee). EtherDelta sends 0.00525 ETH with each transaction. This is an overestimate and the excess will get refunded to you. It's a good idea to send more than 0.00525 so you can pay for not only this transaction, but also future transactions you do on EtherDelta. The gas has to come directly from your Wallet (EtherDelta has got a physical way of paying gas from your deposited ETH).
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January 17, 2018, 07:08:11 AM
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Hi! I've found 1,500 STH at my wallet Smiley
Thank you!
But what should I do with it? Is it traded at ED already?

Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
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January 17, 2018, 10:31:29 AM
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Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
I join the question, because I also do not know what is happening.  Smiley

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January 17, 2018, 11:07:13 AM
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Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
I join the question, because I also do not know what is happening.  Smiley

Everything goes according to plan. Soon we will create a smart contract for anonymous transfer of tokens and conduct an STH swap on SATOSHI in automatic mode. All who have STH in their wallets will receive the amount of SATOSHI in accordance with the rules of the swap

(1. Up to 1500 STH 1: 1.
2. From 1500 to 15000 bonus of 15%
3. From 15,000 to 50,000 bonus of 25%
4. From 50,000 to 100,000 bonus of 35%
5. Over 100,000 bonus of 45%).

In addition, the participants airdrop, who received 1500 STH, will receive an additional 1500 SATOSHI, and those who are in the table, but the tokens have not yet received 3000 SATOSHI.
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January 17, 2018, 12:35:00 PM
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Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
I join the question, because I also do not know what is happening.  Smiley

Everything goes according to plan. Soon we will create a smart contract for anonymous transfer of tokens and conduct an STH swap on SATOSHI in automatic mode. All who have STH in their wallets will receive the amount of SATOSHI in accordance with the rules of the swap

(1. Up to 1500 STH 1: 1.
2. From 1500 to 15000 bonus of 15%
3. From 15,000 to 50,000 bonus of 25%
4. From 50,000 to 100,000 bonus of 35%
5. Over 100,000 bonus of 45%).

In addition, the participants airdrop, who received 1500 STH, will receive an additional 1500 SATOSHI, and those who are in the table, but the tokens have not yet received 3000 SATOSHI.

And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
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January 18, 2018, 07:26:37 AM
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Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
I join the question, because I also do not know what is happening.  Smiley

Everything goes according to plan. Soon we will create a smart contract for anonymous transfer of tokens and conduct an STH swap on SATOSHI in automatic mode. All who have STH in their wallets will receive the amount of SATOSHI in accordance with the rules of the swap

(1. Up to 1500 STH 1: 1.
2. From 1500 to 15000 bonus of 15%
3. From 15,000 to 50,000 bonus of 25%
4. From 50,000 to 100,000 bonus of 35%
5. Over 100,000 bonus of 45%).

In addition, the participants airdrop, who received 1500 STH, will receive an additional 1500 SATOSHI, and those who are in the table, but the tokens have not yet received 3000 SATOSHI.

And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?

SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
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January 18, 2018, 07:33:38 AM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?
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January 18, 2018, 07:39:36 AM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.
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January 18, 2018, 09:08:34 AM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.
The telegram is not working? What happen?
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January 18, 2018, 09:18:11 AM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.
The telegram is not working? What happen?

https://t.me/SatoshiTeamOfficial
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January 18, 2018, 02:40:56 PM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.
The telegram is not working? What happen?

https://t.me/SatoshiTeamOfficial

It says "this chat is no longer accessible" so what happen? How can I participate to this project?
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January 18, 2018, 02:49:53 PM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.
The telegram is not working? What happen?

https://t.me/SatoshiTeamOfficial

It says "this chat is no longer accessible" so what happen? How can I participate to this project?

Maybe you published links to other projects and you blocked the admin?  Grin
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January 18, 2018, 02:57:47 PM
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It says "this chat is no longer accessible" so what happen? How can I participate to this project?

It works unless you are banned there
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January 18, 2018, 03:32:56 PM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.
The telegram is not working? What happen?

https://t.me/SatoshiTeamOfficial

It says "this chat is no longer accessible" so what happen? How can I participate to this project?

What is your nickname in the Telegram?
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January 18, 2018, 08:54:28 PM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.

I'm skeptical about this, not sure this is actually possible. But interested nonetheless.

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January 19, 2018, 08:25:28 AM
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And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
SATOSHI ERC20 token can be sent completely anonymously (Zero-knowledge proof). Neither the sender nor the recipient will know each other's addresses.
Is it really possible without changing ETH core? What is the algo or idea of this?

Soon you can try it yourself. A smart contract will be deployed in a few days.

I'm skeptical about this, not sure this is actually possible. But interested nonetheless.

I'll keep the intrigue. Soon you will be able to receive and send tokens on the conditions described above and then your mistrust will go away.
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January 20, 2018, 03:53:06 AM
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SATOSHI ERC20 TOKEN uses advanced cryptographic techniques, namely zero-knowledge proofs, to guarantee the validity of transactions without revealing additional information about them.
SATOSHI payments are not published on a public blockchain, and the sender, recipient, and amount of a transaction remain private.
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January 20, 2018, 04:22:38 AM
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When are you guys listing on external exchange different from etherdelta, i received this token since last year and sees the developer is still active...
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January 20, 2018, 04:23:48 AM
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Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
I join the question, because I also do not know what is happening.  Smiley

Everything goes according to plan. Soon we will create a smart contract for anonymous transfer of tokens and conduct an STH swap on SATOSHI in automatic mode. All who have STH in their wallets will receive the amount of SATOSHI in accordance with the rules of the swap

(1. Up to 1500 STH 1: 1.
2. From 1500 to 15000 bonus of 15%
3. From 15,000 to 50,000 bonus of 25%
4. From 50,000 to 100,000 bonus of 35%
5. Over 100,000 bonus of 45%).

In addition, the participants airdrop, who received 1500 STH, will receive an additional 1500 SATOSHI, and those who are in the table, but the tokens have not yet received 3000 SATOSHI.

And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
Satoshi is the name of the token while sth is the ticker..
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January 20, 2018, 06:09:12 AM
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Your site says about some swap STH to SATOSHI?
Why is this needed and when it will be?
I join the question, because I also do not know what is happening.  Smiley

Everything goes according to plan. Soon we will create a smart contract for anonymous transfer of tokens and conduct an STH swap on SATOSHI in automatic mode. All who have STH in their wallets will receive the amount of SATOSHI in accordance with the rules of the swap

(1. Up to 1500 STH 1: 1.
2. From 1500 to 15000 bonus of 15%
3. From 15,000 to 50,000 bonus of 25%
4. From 50,000 to 100,000 bonus of 35%
5. Over 100,000 bonus of 45%).

In addition, the participants airdrop, who received 1500 STH, will receive an additional 1500 SATOSHI, and those who are in the table, but the tokens have not yet received 3000 SATOSHI.

And what the difference between STH and SATOSHI?
SATOSHI is also ERC20 token?
Satoshi is the name of the token while sth is the ticker..
There is still no SATOSHI token. Developer finishes work on a smart contract. Once a smart contract is ready, the developer will conduct an STH swap on SATOSHI!
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