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December 06, 2017, 10:11:39 AM
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A problem with the network? Why is the transaction taking so long? How to be? Can anyone explain?

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December 06, 2017, 10:14:48 AM
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the transaction is not taking too long its your transaction fee the lower the fee the longer you wait and if you paid a higher transacton fee it would definitely take not too long it depends how much your transaction fee is because miners always pick the higher fee.

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December 06, 2017, 10:24:55 AM
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I dont know how true this is... but apparently, the popularity of the Crypto Kitty phenomena is placing a strain on the ETH network

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December 06, 2017, 10:27:45 AM
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I dont know how true this is... but apparently, the popularity of the Crypto Kitty phenomena is placing a strain on the ETH network
What is it? What kind of game? Can be more! It's simply not possible to trade!

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December 06, 2017, 10:32:07 AM
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Users of the game with "crypto-kittens" spent more than $ 2.5 million per week

The game is launched on November 28, its users can sell and buy virtual kittens for broadcasts.



Since the launch of the game CryptoKitties, in which to grow virtual kittens, users spent on it more than $ 2.5 million of real money. This is evidenced by the data of a third-party site Crypto Kitty Sales, which tracks the largest transactions in CryptoKitties.

For an incomplete week, the users made almost 24,000 transactions, more than 19,6 thousand unique "crypto-kittens" were sold. The average selling price is $ 107.23.

The game was launched on November 28, it was developed by AxiomZen studio. Users can take animals out on their own and interact with each other by buying, selling and exchanging digital pets. Each "cryptokotenok" has individual characteristics and a pedigree. At the heart of the game is the blockbuster platform and the Ethereum crypto currency.

The Next Web calls CryptoKitties a modern version of the NeoPets platform launched in 1999, where users can also buy imaginary pets and take care of them. Thanks to Ethereum, the game is decentralized, which protects users from loss of pets when the project is closed, while in NeoPets animals are contained in a single database, notes TechCrunch.

The most expensive "cryptocot" named Genesis is almost 247 aired, or $ 116.8 thousand as of 11:15 Moscow time. The cheapest "crypto-kittens" will cost 0.0010 aether, or $ 0.47. The cost of pets depends on their characteristics, as well as the average price of the last five "crypto-kittens" sold, to which 50% is added. In the absence of a buyer, the price is reduced every 24 hours.

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Sell ​​"kriptokotyat" can be through the auction, where the starting and ending prices are set. The cost is reduced until someone buys a pet. AxiomZen earns on commissions, charging 3.75% from each transaction on the platform, except for those that are made directly through smart contracts. In addition, the company receives some money from the sale of kittens.

Now CryptoKitties accounts for about 15% of Ethereum network traffic, writes TechCrunch. For comparison, the second most popular project in the network Ethereum, the exchange of tokens EtherDelta, accounted for 8%.

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