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Author Topic: [ANN] CREDITS - New Blockchain for financial industry [OFFICIAL THREAD]  (Read 25068 times)
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November 20, 2018, 02:31:43 PM
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Credits Business Trip. From Greece to Mongolia
Full Report ▪️

Link: https://credits.com/en/Home/New_Ins/4195
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Fruitful discussions regarding the next steps with IBM team (Rainer Pirker, Azad Mukhurov and Yasser Eissain) our Moscow office.



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November 21, 2018, 06:36:13 AM
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Fruitful discussions regarding the next steps with IBM team (Rainer Pirker, Azad Mukhurov and Yasser Eissain) our Moscow office.



What does it mean? Does Credits partner with IBM?
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November 21, 2018, 06:48:59 AM
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Guys, decentralization test is still in November?
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November 21, 2018, 06:53:30 AM
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Hello everyone! Does Credits platform support STO?
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November 21, 2018, 09:10:11 AM
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Check out our Developers Portal to read the first of our tech article series:
"How to use the CREDITS API" 📁

Link: https://developers.credits.com/en/Articles/a116
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November 21, 2018, 10:30:40 AM
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Hello everyone! Does Credits platform support STO?
Yes, as i know STO's can be run on our platform.
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November 21, 2018, 10:51:58 AM
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Honestly I'm pleasantly surprised to enter after several months (since last June) in my wallet to check Credits and find it almost at the same price Vs Bitcoin and even higher against Ethereum; for me, I bought it with Eth is nice  Grin

This means that the team is working really well and keeping the promises r and respecting the roadmap!




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November 21, 2018, 02:17:36 PM
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Today our team took part in EMEX Exel London. Here are few shots from the event.
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November 22, 2018, 01:03:24 AM
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Hello. Could you make a list of predefined Credits apps projects proposals, specific to Credits capabilities that users can develop for hackathon?

I completely agree with the previous author, how do you like Game sphere, game on the base of Credits is awesome idea, isn't it?

Any ideas how could blockchain solve the issue of monetization on this field?

I suppose it can be solved if you play the game as the participant of consensus algorithm so the game itself and playing process will mean that you already run a node f.e. so you are able to get rewards if you become main or trusted node, it depends on the internal politic of the game first of all, probably another alternative options are possible

Sapid theory, what is your vision regarding security ide of this sphere?


Improving reliability and security through the functions of blockchain technology, protection against fraud, ensuring transparency of game processes through open source -  this stuff makes this industry much more budding

But how will it look technically?

Recently one of credits admins has suggested this approach - "Records of ownership as well as its sale are recorded in the block chain forever. Access to this data will not be publicly available and will protect players from theft of personal information, billing information and purchases in the game." Hope this info will help you to reach a key. Not technical enough but useful.

Yeah, imo blockchain could help game industry a lot, especially various MMO or farms, to prevent theft, fraud and maybe create a unified currency for various games

I heard about one MMO RPG where players are rewarded in BTC for every played hour. And inside the installation file there was a program for mining btc. So i have an idea to create a game based on credits platform. Everyone who installed the game becomes Credits node and receive reward

Well, your idea has the right for existence, but it's hardly tangible or the game must be very simple and not consume much PC resources, because depending on the network load it's possible that you won't be able to do run something resource-consuming much on your PC while running a node
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November 22, 2018, 01:04:46 AM
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Fruitful discussions regarding the next steps with IBM team (Rainer Pirker, Azad Mukhurov and Yasser Eissain) our Moscow office.



Well, now it's confirmed for me, but I'll still wait for the announcement like a good boy Grin
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November 22, 2018, 01:06:57 AM
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Honestly I'm pleasantly surprised to enter after several months (since last June) in my wallet to check Credits and find it almost at the same price Vs Bitcoin and even higher against Ethereum; for me, I bought it with Eth is nice  Grin

This means that the team is working really well and keeping the promises r and respecting the roadmap!


he-he, welcome back, bud! There are some goods news announced recently like positive Red4Sec audit, more audits to come, decentralization test and speed test as well. I'm very excited Wink
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November 22, 2018, 01:25:19 AM
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I was just reading an artile at CoinDesk ,and I m not sure if it has to do something with Credits. any clarification pls?: "The Colorado Division of Securities has issued another batch of cease-and-desist orders against allegedly fraudulent initial coin offerings (ICOs).

The watchdog announced on Tuesday that the U.S. state’s securities commissioner, Gerald Rome, has signed four new orders against Global Pay Net, Cred LLC (doing business as Credits), CrowdShare Mining and CyberSmart Coin Invest."
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November 22, 2018, 07:18:49 AM
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Hello everyone! Does Credits platform support STO?

It is possible potentially, but it is quite difficult procedure which requires a lot of work with regulatory authorities
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November 22, 2018, 07:31:33 AM
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Hello. Could you make a list of predefined Credits apps projects proposals, specific to Credits capabilities that users can develop for hackathon?

I completely agree with the previous author, how do you like Game sphere, game on the base of Credits is awesome idea, isn't it?

Any ideas how could blockchain solve the issue of monetization on this field?

I suppose it can be solved if you play the game as the participant of consensus algorithm so the game itself and playing process will mean that you already run a node f.e. so you are able to get rewards if you become main or trusted node, it depends on the internal politic of the game first of all, probably another alternative options are possible

Sapid theory, what is your vision regarding security ide of this sphere?


Improving reliability and security through the functions of blockchain technology, protection against fraud, ensuring transparency of game processes through open source -  this stuff makes this industry much more budding

But how will it look technically?

Recently one of credits admins has suggested this approach - "Records of ownership as well as its sale are recorded in the block chain forever. Access to this data will not be publicly available and will protect players from theft of personal information, billing information and purchases in the game." Hope this info will help you to reach a key. Not technical enough but useful.

Yeah, imo blockchain could help game industry a lot, especially various MMO or farms, to prevent theft, fraud and maybe create a unified currency for various games

I heard about one MMO RPG where players are rewarded in BTC for every played hour. And inside the installation file there was a program for mining btc. So i have an idea to create a game based on credits platform. Everyone who installed the game becomes Credits node and receive reward

Well, your idea has the right for existence, but it's hardly tangible or the game must be very simple and not consume much PC resources, because depending on the network load it's possible that you won't be able to do run something resource-consuming much on your PC while running a node

Why do you think so? As i know the requirements to run a node are very small
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November 22, 2018, 07:51:31 AM
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I suppose it can be solved if you play the game as the participant of consensus algorithm so the game itself and playing process will mean that you already run a node f.e. so you are able to get rewards if you become main or trusted node, it depends on the internal politic of the game first of all, probably another alternative options are possible

Sapid theory, what is your vision regarding security ide of this sphere?


Improving reliability and security through the functions of blockchain technology, protection against fraud, ensuring transparency of game processes through open source -  this stuff makes this industry much more budding

But how will it look technically?

Recently one of credits admins has suggested this approach - "Records of ownership as well as its sale are recorded in the block chain forever. Access to this data will not be publicly available and will protect players from theft of personal information, billing information and purchases in the game." Hope this info will help you to reach a key. Not technical enough but useful.

Yeah, imo blockchain could help game industry a lot, especially various MMO or farms, to prevent theft, fraud and maybe create a unified currency for various games

I heard about one MMO RPG where players are rewarded in BTC for every played hour. And inside the installation file there was a program for mining btc. So i have an idea to create a game based on credits platform. Everyone who installed the game becomes Credits node and receive reward

Well, your idea has the right for existence, but it's hardly tangible or the game must be very simple and not consume much PC resources, because depending on the network load it's possible that you won't be able to do run something resource-consuming much on your PC while running a node

PC characteristics and network load are different subjects. Anyway Credits node doesnt need much resources
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November 22, 2018, 08:09:36 AM
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The second stream starts already tomorrow at 14:00 UTC.
Next topic for discussion: "Development of smart contracts using Credits platform"

Twitch Channel:
http://www.twitch.tv/creditscom
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November 22, 2018, 08:54:24 AM
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What's up with the Ambassador and blockchain evangelist?
Seems they have not started working yet. When should we expect first results?
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November 22, 2018, 01:15:08 PM
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26-27 November CEO of Credits Chugunov Igor will be giving a presentation at UCIM - United Conference of Internet Money

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/2221256584798935/
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November 22, 2018, 02:38:57 PM
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What's up with the Ambassador and blockchain evangelist?
Seems they have not started working yet. When should we expect first results?

I suppose we have to wait for several months to evaluate first results
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