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January 29, 2018, 07:08:41 PM
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Already premined for 10days?  Come on,  ....
We need fair launch

Did you read thread idiot?

It's not premined. 0% premine. 0 Masternode auction sale.

You need scam? Goto Argo, Whiteroad, and Libellium noob.
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January 29, 2018, 07:14:09 PM
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Seems like a great project, I hope it works out.

When can we expect a WhitePaper release?

Are there any bounty campaigns scheduled? If it's the case can I reserve French translation of WhitePaper and ANN?
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January 29, 2018, 07:23:33 PM
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Another project where devs want to introduce mn on the eth algorithm.
So far, no one has succeeded
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January 29, 2018, 07:25:47 PM
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Another project where devs want to introduce mn on the eth algorithm.
So far, no one has succeeded

I'm sure, they will. Just look at their GitHub.
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January 29, 2018, 07:27:10 PM
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Romanian translation reserved
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January 29, 2018, 07:45:42 PM
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As I remember 1000 AKA was required yesterday, am i wrong?

It was was 5k, but not definite until the ANN.
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January 29, 2018, 07:46:49 PM
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Did the release of the coin have been made 10 days ago ?

It was leaked on the likes of 4chan, thus they had some early mining going on from various people who found the project early. There was no premine.
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January 29, 2018, 07:50:04 PM
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Another project where devs want to introduce mn on the eth algorithm.
So far, no one has succeeded
I know one, but let's keep this thread on-topic Wink
I whish good luck to devs, the team sounds professional.

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January 29, 2018, 07:53:33 PM
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Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2845138.0

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January 29, 2018, 07:56:11 PM
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Another project where devs want to introduce mn on the eth algorithm.
So far, no one has succeeded

I'm sure, they will. Just look at their GitHub.

Yes, unlike many other projects that came out recently, there is activity in the GitHub.
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January 29, 2018, 08:13:28 PM
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  • 0% fee for first 1000 accounts!

For, or till? How to check how many accounts were created?
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January 29, 2018, 08:20:07 PM
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As I remember 1000 AKA was required yesterday, am i wrong?



It was was 5k, but not definite until the ANN.
Thank you very much, probably I remember those numbers from another project. I need 4980 aka then Cheesy
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January 29, 2018, 08:53:30 PM
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Did the release of the coin have been made 10 days ago ?

Yes, and I honestly don't understand why they just run with it. Is it really that much work to move to a new chain? Serious question.

I wonder who the lucky person is that started mining all by himself. The 96 first block seem to have gone to the same wallet. Then mining stopped for a number of minutes and then from 97 the blocks ended up in another wallet address. Likely the same miner I guess, just changed address.

Seems like that address got all block rewards up until at least block 3000 and they currently have 137,093 Akroma. So that person will set up 27 masternodes, LOL.

Pretty poor distribution IMHO.

The sad thing is that as long as someone hasn't stepped forward and verified that they have control over that address, it might as well be the devs that have control of it. Who knows.

I'm not saying this is a scam by the devs. The project seems legit.

But in my mind, this would be the best way to set up a scam and it will always be in the back of my head for this project.
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January 29, 2018, 08:56:01 PM
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Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2845138.0

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nice, but why need must?
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January 29, 2018, 08:57:34 PM
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Did the release of the coin have been made 10 days ago ?

Yes, and I honestly don't understand why they just run with it. Is it really that much work to move to a new chain? Serious question.

I wonder who the lucky person is that started mining all by himself. The 96 first block seem to have gone to the same wallet. Then mining stopped for a number of minutes and then from 97 the blocks ended up in another wallet address. Likely the same miner I guess, just changed address.

Seems like that address got all block rewards up until at least block 3000 and they currently have 137,093 Akroma. So that person will set up 27 masternodes, LOL.

Pretty poor distribution IMHO.

The sad thing is that as long as someone hasn't stepped forward and verified that they have control over that address, it might as well be the devs that have control of it. Who knows.

I'm not saying this is a scam by the devs. The project seems legit.

But in my mind, this would be the best way to set up a scam and it will always be in the back of my head for this project.

+1 to this. bad start/ launch irrespective of if it was dev's fault or not.
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January 29, 2018, 09:01:16 PM
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Did the release of the coin have been made 10 days ago ?

Yes, and I honestly don't understand why they just run with it. Is it really that much work to move to a new chain? Serious question.

I wonder who the lucky person is that started mining all by himself. The 96 first block seem to have gone to the same wallet. Then mining stopped for a number of minutes and then from 97 the blocks ended up in another wallet address. Likely the same miner I guess, just changed address.

Seems like that address got all block rewards up until at least block 3000 and they currently have 137,093 Akroma. So that person will set up 27 masternodes, LOL.

Pretty poor distribution IMHO.

The sad thing is that as long as someone hasn't stepped forward and verified that they have control over that address, it might as well be the devs that have control of it. Who knows.

I'm not saying this is a scam by the devs. The project seems legit.

But in my mind, this would be the best way to set up a scam and it will always be in the back of my head for this project.

+1 to this. bad start/ launch irrespective of if it was dev's fault or not.

I completely agree. The developers have acted meanly, it's more like some kind of collusion.
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January 29, 2018, 09:45:34 PM
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Did the release of the coin have been made 10 days ago ?

Yes, and I honestly don't understand why they just run with it. Is it really that much work to move to a new chain? Serious question.

I wonder who the lucky person is that started mining all by himself. The 96 first block seem to have gone to the same wallet. Then mining stopped for a number of minutes and then from 97 the blocks ended up in another wallet address. Likely the same miner I guess, just changed address.

Seems like that address got all block rewards up until at least block 3000 and they currently have 137,093 Akroma. So that person will set up 27 masternodes, LOL.

Pretty poor distribution IMHO.

The sad thing is that as long as someone hasn't stepped forward and verified that they have control over that address, it might as well be the devs that have control of it. Who knows.

I'm not saying this is a scam by the devs. The project seems legit.

But in my mind, this would be the best way to set up a scam and it will always be in the back of my head for this project.

Ok go mine the copy + paste shit coins that pop out of nowhere with 1-2% premine..

don't forget to buy the presale master node auction!

fyi, no one is forcing you to mine the coin... all I hear is wah wah I didn't get in earlier!
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January 29, 2018, 09:55:02 PM
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Another project where devs want to introduce mn on the eth algorithm.
So far, no one has succeeded

I'm sure, they will. Just look at their GitHub.

Yes, unlike many other projects that came out recently, there is activity in the GitHub.
Bet on the pearl.
There at least a wallet for Linux was at the start,  here the ninjamine
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January 29, 2018, 10:05:09 PM
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Akroma is an EVM based application development platform with a stable and self-funding governance model designed to offer startups and businesses an unparalleled development and usage experience. Akroma Masternodes will provide enhanced decentralization and censorship resistance that will also grow into powering the Akroma Oracle platform.The Akroma Oracle platform will bring intelligence to smart contract applications (dApps) built on Akroma.

Network/Protocol:

  • Type: Proof-of-Work
  • Algorithm: Ethash
  • Target Block Time: 10 secs
  • (current) Block Reward: 9+1
  • (akroma fork - block 150,000) Block Reward: 7+2+1

Brand:

  • Name: Akroma
  • Symbol: AKA

Contact us:


Features:

  • Smart Contracts - EVM compatible.
  • Master Nodes - Minimum 5000 AKA required, No presale, More details will be posted on Medium.
  • Oracles - Intelligent smart contracts, More details released once masternode functionality is complete as Masternode functionality will provide the building blocks for Akroma Oracles.

Roadmap:

  • Website launch (complete)
  • Web wallet (complete)
  • Main net (complete)
  • Mobile app [android] (beta testing, est Q1)
  • Masternode Platform (in development, est Q1)
  • Mobile app [iOS] (in development, est Q1)
  • Exchange listing (in progress)
  • Akroma Foundation (in progress, est Q1)
  • Explorer rebuild [UI/UX] (planned)
  • Desktop wallets (TBD)

Social:

Misc:

Mining Pools:





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January 29, 2018, 10:13:17 PM
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Did the release of the coin have been made 10 days ago ?

Yes, and I honestly don't understand why they just run with it. Is it really that much work to move to a new chain? Serious question.

I wonder who the lucky person is that started mining all by himself. The 96 first block seem to have gone to the same wallet. Then mining stopped for a number of minutes and then from 97 the blocks ended up in another wallet address. Likely the same miner I guess, just changed address.

Seems like that address got all block rewards up until at least block 3000 and they currently have 137,093 Akroma. So that person will set up 27 masternodes, LOL.

Pretty poor distribution IMHO.

The sad thing is that as long as someone hasn't stepped forward and verified that they have control over that address, it might as well be the devs that have control of it. Who knows.

I'm not saying this is a scam by the devs. The project seems legit.

But in my mind, this would be the best way to set up a scam and it will always be in the back of my head for this project.

Ok go mine the copy + paste shit coins that pop out of nowhere with 1-2% premine..

don't forget to buy the presale master node auction!

fyi, no one is forcing you to mine the coin... all I hear is wah wah I didn't get in earlier!

No need to be aggressive, mate. I'm just pointing out facts and asked a serious question.

Why not reset the chain? Is it actually a lot of work?
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