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March 23, 2018, 12:20:02 PM
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https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoinz/
What do you see in the above chart for Bitcoin Z?
I see road... to 1 satoshi.  Roll Eyes

Let it go to 1 sat, so we can buy more!!!!
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March 23, 2018, 12:38:15 PM
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As soon as BTCZ goes on a big exchange it's going to go sky high. Like 3 or 4 x at least I think.

Most people don't know about this brilliant privacy coin yet. It's one of crypto's biggest secrets!

Getting on a big exchange will unlock other benefits too - for example, whattomine don't list BTCZ because it's not on a major exchange (the whattomine website owner told me that when I requested a listing). I've done my own maths and yes, it is consistently the most profitable Equihash coin out there.

By the way - the BTCZ Mac OS wallet is the best crypto wallet I've ever used (and I've used a lot, something like 30+ wallets). The BTCZ wallet is smooth, fast, secure and all with a really really great looking interface. I love it!

Keep up the good work people. If you need any help in the areas of marketing, CRO, SEO feel free to PM me. Happy to help.

Edit: PS
If you're mining, check out Luckpool (no affiliation, I just like it). The cool thing with this pool is that the block finder gets a bonus 1000 BTCZ! I've won the block reward 3 times in 2 weeks Smiley Payouts are solid too and they give 50% fees to the community fund.

https://luckpool.org


Is there any difference between macOS wallet and android in case of recovering it? With 12 word phrase will you recover your wallet with funds or just the wallet ?


No!!! It would happen if they used the same derivation path:

Android use m/44’/0’/0’

Coinomi use m/44’/177’/0’

MAC I don´t know.

Follow this discussion at this topic I created: https://forum.btcz.rocks/t/private-keys-of-android-wallet-public-addresses/245




So atm is it better and safer to use coinomi ?
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March 23, 2018, 04:29:05 PM
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I see road... to 1 satoshi.  Roll Eyes
No way to drop to 1 satoshi. Are you mad? I think that Bitcoin Z can fall to around 20 or 25 satoshi before bouncing back and starting new pumping wave. Waiting for a long time to buy Bitcoin Z below 30 satoshi. I will wait more and make huge profits with Bitcoin Z. One more time.
I'd have to agree. 20-30 sat should be the bottom. I see no reason to sell below this level.
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March 23, 2018, 05:02:57 PM
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Hope thats true
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March 23, 2018, 06:15:13 PM
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Community Exchange Voting!

Hello great community!  We have 6 exchanges we are on the voting ballet for Smiley 

You can visit https://info.btcz.rocks/#exchanges

Or make it easy you can click through the links below (right click - open new tab):

CoinPulse - https://request.coinpulse.io/suggestions/5767/bitcoinz-btcz

Next.Exchange - https://nextexchange.featureupvote.com/suggestions/2405/bitcoinz-btcz

Altcoin.io - https://feedback.altcoinexchange.com/suggestions/2021/bitcoinz-btcz-pow-equihash-algorithm

Mercatox - https://mercatox.com/coins/list?name=btcz

Cex.io - https://support.cex.io/hc/en-us/community/posts/115002759994-NEW-BitcoinZ-BTCZ-Please-Vote

Coindeal - https://coindeal.com/vote

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March 23, 2018, 07:49:11 PM
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Good to be on the voting ballots, and please do vote everyone - it's easy and most of these are simple upvote clicks.

Really though, this coin deserves and needs to be on one of the big exchanges like:

Binance
Bittrex
Poloniex
Even Kucoin would add a lot of credibility

I notice that these exchanges are labelled as 'Free' cost in the exchanges table https://info.btcz.rocks/#exchanges. Is this correct? If so, have the applications been sent off?

I am happy to help write and package any applications to exchanges if required, just PM me. Contracts, negotiation and marketing are what I do for a living.
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March 23, 2018, 08:25:26 PM
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So atm is it better and safer to use coinomi ?

I have been using Coinomi too, and it works fine. But I like more the BTCZ Android Wallet.
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March 23, 2018, 08:49:27 PM
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The quality of wallets for this coin are amazingly good compared to others - have you seen the Verge wallet and all of those other QT wallets? Those are hideously slow, clunky and quite frankly lazy. BTCZ wallets are awesome! Smiley
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March 23, 2018, 09:31:00 PM
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Someboby using Z addresses, I have questions:

- Is it recommended to use VPN when making trasactions with Z addresses? Or it is safe enough not to need VPN?

- Is there an online wallet where we can watch the funds on our Z wallets? Or it is restricted to PC wallets?

- Is there any plan to implement Z address functionalities with mobile wallets?

- Why can´t I even transfer to Z addresses from Android or Coinomi Wallets?
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March 23, 2018, 10:35:17 PM
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me too!!!!

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March 23, 2018, 10:48:12 PM
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https://youtu.be/Vd5hcUH-fsg


This promo video is just great  guys 
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March 23, 2018, 10:50:01 PM
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For anyone wanting to try out mining BTCZ, I've teamed up with Egyptianbman (https://equipool.1ds.us/) to write a helper program for Windows users.

The program will auto detect all GPU's on your machine, and let you choose a coin and miner program for each.  You can also have it auto select which coin to mine based on difficulty, earnings, or just cycle through several of your favorite coins.

There is an idle start function, so you can have it automatically stop miming when using your computer, and start back up when the computer is unused.

I'm continually making improvements, and open to suggestions!

You can check EquiMiner out on github:
https://github.com/1ds/equiminer

https://equipool.1ds.us/static/equiminer.png   <--how do I embed this picture??
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March 23, 2018, 10:55:24 PM
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But wait, there's more!!!!

I also started a Lottery Pool, to collect donations to the community fund.

You can read all about it here:  https://hash4.btcz.rocks/

But basically, everyone mines to the same wallet on Equipool.  At the end of each week a random miner is chosen to win 10% of the coins mined, and the remainder is donated to the community.
It's a great way to help the community and the coin grow, and have a chance to win a big prize!

I also made a scaled down version of EquiMiner which just mines to the lottery.  You can find that here:  https://github.com/bitcoinz-support/hash4btcz-miner
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March 23, 2018, 10:55:46 PM
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Community Exchange Voting!

Hello great community!  We have 6 exchanges we are on the voting ballet for Smiley 

You can visit https://info.btcz.rocks/#exchanges

Or make it easy you can click through the links below (right click - open new tab):

CoinPulse - https://request.coinpulse.io/suggestions/5767/bitcoinz-btcz

Next.Exchange - https://nextexchange.featureupvote.com/suggestions/2405/bitcoinz-btcz

Altcoin.io - https://feedback.altcoinexchange.com/suggestions/2021/bitcoinz-btcz-pow-equihash-algorithm

Mercatox - https://mercatox.com/coins/list?name=btcz

Cex.io - https://support.cex.io/hc/en-us/community/posts/115002759994-NEW-BitcoinZ-BTCZ-Please-Vote

Coindeal - https://coindeal.com/vote

Do not forget to vote. We are here, we are active, we are more alive than ever!

Good to be on the voting ballots, and please do vote everyone - it's easy and most of these are simple upvote clicks.

Really though, this coin deserves and needs to be on one of the big exchanges like:

Binance
Bittrex
Poloniex
Even Kucoin would add a lot of credibility

I notice that these exchanges are labelled as 'Free' cost in the exchanges table https://info.btcz.rocks/#exchanges. Is this correct? If so, have the applications been sent off?

I am happy to help write and package any applications to exchanges if required, just PM me. Contracts, negotiation and marketing are what I do for a living.


Glad to have you around, Seahawk!
We are trying to keep the info page updated and accurate. https://info.btcz.rocks/
Our community is decentralized, and teams all over the word are contributing by searching for investors, starting marketing campaigns, contacting exchanges, and so on.

This is a community coin, a gift to the world, and we are more than happy to have people join us in this beautiful trip.

Join our official chat channels on slack, discord or telegram if you want to be a part of us. Decentralization is the key, so everyone can be a part of BTCZ.

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March 23, 2018, 11:00:01 PM
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For anyone wanting to try out mining BTCZ, I've teamed up with Egyptianbman (https://equipool.1ds.us/) to write a helper program for Windows users.

The program will auto detect all GPU's on your machine, and let you choose a coin and miner program for each.  You can also have it auto select which coin to mine based on difficulty, earnings, or just cycle through several of your favorite coins.

There is an idle start function, so you can have it automatically stop miming when using your computer, and start back up when the computer is unused.

I'm continually making improvements, and open to suggestions!

You can check EquiMiner out on github:
https://github.com/1ds/equiminer




This is what i'm using dude!

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March 23, 2018, 11:45:29 PM
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For anyone wanting to try out mining BTCZ, I've teamed up with Egyptianbman (https://equipool.1ds.us/) to write a helper program for Windows users.

The program will auto detect all GPU's on your machine, and let you choose a coin and miner program for each.  You can also have it auto select which coin to mine based on difficulty, earnings, or just cycle through several of your favorite coins.

There is an idle start function, so you can have it automatically stop miming when using your computer, and start back up when the computer is unused.

I'm continually making improvements, and open to suggestions!

You can check EquiMiner out on github:
https://github.com/1ds/equiminer

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Great work. Does it auto cycle through different coins based on profitability?

Whats the fee?

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March 23, 2018, 11:50:23 PM
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For anyone wanting to try out mining BTCZ, I've teamed up with Egyptianbman (https://equipool.1ds.us/) to write a helper program for Windows users.

The program will auto detect all GPU's on your machine, and let you choose a coin and miner program for each.  You can also have it auto select which coin to mine based on difficulty, earnings, or just cycle through several of your favorite coins.

There is an idle start function, so you can have it automatically stop miming when using your computer, and start back up when the computer is unused.

I'm continually making improvements, and open to suggestions!

You can check EquiMiner out on github:
https://github.com/1ds/equiminer

https://equipool.1ds.us/static/equiminer.png   <--how do I embed this picture??


Great work. Does it auto cycle through different coins based on profitability?

Whats the fee?
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March 23, 2018, 11:58:57 PM
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when ZEC was first announced 1 ZEC = 8 BTC
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March 24, 2018, 12:12:37 AM
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Someboby using Z addresses, I have questions:

- Is it recommended to use VPN when making trasactions with Z addresses? Or it is safe enough not to need VPN?

- Is there an online wallet where we can watch the funds on our Z wallets? Or it is restricted to PC wallets?

- Is there any plan to implement Z address functionalities with mobile wallets?

- Why can´t I even transfer to Z addresses from Android or Coinomi Wallets?
I think, ZEC and XMR don't have a private mobile wallet. when BTCZ announce a mobile Z transaction wallet, can be different from theirs
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March 24, 2018, 12:31:49 AM
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Hey Brooklynite,

Yep!  The current choices are:
-  Most Profitable:  Basically calculating highest return based on current market price and difficulty
-  Most Popular:  Coin that has the most hash power on the pool
-  Most Blocks:  Lowest average pool luck time
-  Equipool Recommended:  Egyptianbman (pool owner) lists a few coins he recommends you check out.  Basically what he is mining at the moment.
-  User Defined Difficulty:  You can set a minimum difficulty on up to 4 coins.  EquiMiner will auto switch if a coins diff drops below that threshold.
-  User Defined Time:  You can set up to 4 coins to simply cycle on a timed schedule.

There is no fee!  Equipool is a HUGE supporter of BTCZ.  I really want BTCZ to succeed, so EquiMiner's sole purpose is to promote Equipool, and help miners get started mining BTCZ and the other equihash coins available on the pool. 

For anyone wanting to try out mining BTCZ, I've teamed up with Egyptianbman (https://equipool.1ds.us/) to write a helper program for Windows users.

The program will auto detect all GPU's on your machine, and let you choose a coin and miner program for each.  You can also have it auto select which coin to mine based on difficulty, earnings, or just cycle through several of your favorite coins.

There is an idle start function, so you can have it automatically stop miming when using your computer, and start back up when the computer is unused.

I'm continually making improvements, and open to suggestions!

You can check EquiMiner out on github:
https://github.com/1ds/equiminer

https://equipool.1ds.us/static/equiminer.png   <--how do I embed this picture??


Great work. Does it auto cycle through different coins based on profitability?

Whats the fee?
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