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January 09, 2019, 11:01:26 PM
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Wow, someone's fast to put it on these calendars, well done:)
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January 10, 2019, 12:45:09 AM
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Now that team is back to work, hopefully we'll see some good news during next week, I'm very eager to download new tesntet!:)
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January 10, 2019, 04:28:56 AM
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I look forward to countries having their own electronic currencies.
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January 10, 2019, 05:28:50 AM
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yes right, Credits team notify everyone in advance that the launch of Production Mainnet network and Token Swap is expected in Q1 2019, and will launch a bug bounty program and Credits team hope that Credits community and independent developers would like to take part and contribute to revolutionary product development and help to make it even better.

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January 10, 2019, 07:28:56 AM
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Mainnet q1 not gonna happen
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January 10, 2019, 07:37:53 AM
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https://voronkov.io/en/ico-rating
- here the information about ICO can be listed for free.

Looking for team members for various startups
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January 10, 2019, 05:49:21 PM
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$0.07 lol.
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January 13, 2019, 06:38:57 PM
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$0.075 lol

Soon $0.05
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January 14, 2019, 02:05:14 AM
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yes right, Credits team notify everyone in advance that the launch of Production Mainnet network and Token Swap is expected in Q1 2019, and will launch a bug bounty program and Credits team hope that Credits community and independent developers would like to take part and contribute to revolutionary product development and help to make it even better.

Yup, can't wait for full code release to ask couple of friend to dive into that masterpiece Wink
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January 14, 2019, 02:08:05 AM
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Mainnet q1 not gonna happen


lol, thought you dissappeared somewhere in sewers, yet you're still here, welcome back.

What about my suggestion to visit Credits office, you seem to keep ignoring it.  Are you afraid you'll change your mind and or that evil russians indoctrinate you?
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January 14, 2019, 06:12:20 AM
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Mainnet q1 not gonna happen


lol, thought you dissappeared somewhere in sewers, yet you're still here, welcome back.

What about my suggestion to visit Credits office, you seem to keep ignoring it.  Are you afraid you'll change your mind and or that evil russians indoctrinate you?

So because they have an office, i should magically trust them?
 
Where’s the code?
Wheres rhe mainnet?
Wheres the ibm partnership?
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January 15, 2019, 12:38:50 AM
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Mainnet q1 not gonna happen


lol, thought you dissappeared somewhere in sewers, yet you're still here, welcome back.

What about my suggestion to visit Credits office, you seem to keep ignoring it.  Are you afraid you'll change your mind and or that evil russians indoctrinate you?

So because they have an office, i should magically trust them?
 
Where’s the code?
Wheres rhe mainnet?
Wheres the ibm partnership?

Nope, at least you'll be able to talk with team, maybe they'll show you current development progress, what they are doing, future plans and etc if you're so dissatisfied with their communications so far. All I'm trying to say is that this COULD change your negative POV.

1)Either after additional audist or after patent, someone from the team should be able to clarify that
2)expected during q1
3)will be announced after MVP will be completed.
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January 15, 2019, 06:45:50 AM
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It's all pure marketing. I'm sure a lot of the people who follow up on that scam is because they got locked up. I've always said that if you sell to switch to another good project you never lose money. In fact I was a great Credits holder, 250k at Ico, after so many delays I came to the conclusion that we were being deceived. I sold everything to get into better and much more transparent projects.There is still time. With the millions they have, they can still set up a few more offices, that doesn't prove anything. They alone have knocked down their project. The facts are what they are. I was from Ico and until now everything has been smoke. EOS 2.0. Lol. Even the Dag technology is much more superior and is not able to make those hundreds of thousands of tps. Patents don't even believe them. Don't you realize they're just playing with time? Technically it is impossible to do that today with a blockchain. There are many articles by reputable people who ruin what they say. Keep dreaming friends. Well, that's where we got shit like Tron in the top spots. Anything is possible. Lol.
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January 15, 2019, 10:26:16 AM
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price is crashing faster than a chicken without wings thrown out a plane at great heights xD

soon $0.05

They are promising a new node version this week.
Will probably be delayed again till next week
And then delayed again
And again and again.
Until everyone forgets this projects even existed and the team can retire off the 20 million $ that they scammed.
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January 15, 2019, 10:39:23 AM
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Every version they release fails more than the previous one. The stability is null. I'm seeing a lot of frustrated testers. They keep talking nonsense like development takes time. I'm seeing new and good Dag blockchain projects like Fantom that are much more recent than Credits and with fewer developers and the first testnet they've released is much more stable than Credits. That yes, it is only 25000 tps, but they are in a real environment, well, the only thing is ironically, right now no one is approaching in a real environment. I bet my neck that Credits is not able to reach that speed in the same conditions.  André Cronje is an expert in code analysis. A long time ago he analyzed the Credits code and said they were rookies. Now he's on the Fantom team. Fantom is open source, hence its transparency in everything. Credits only publishes the piece of code that interests him and in the meantime the months go by and they continue to fool people with the subject of patents. If Dag technology is not capable of doing that in a real environment, as André Cronje already said, "Any chain of blocks that says it makes hundreds of thousands of tps in a real environment is simply lying. By the way, he's proven it technically, it's not gossip.

https://cctube.pro/watch/fantom-blockchain-explained_uEQnBBHao68fBYw.html
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January 15, 2019, 10:48:57 AM
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I'm tired of seeing people who do not understand anything and only defend the projects by the created fomo. Awake friends. Investigate for yourselves and draw your own conclusions.

Technical explanation of André Cronje. He is an experienced analyst and blockchain developer with a great proven experience. Dag and Blockchain technology.:

Two nomenclatures to first clear up;

1. Blockchain the category
2. Blockchain the structure

A blockchain is a DAG.

Directed (moves in one direction only)
Acyclic (you can't return to a node from the current node)
Graph

All blockchain (structures) are DAGs. A DAG can be a blockchain (category)

That out of the way, there are lots of DAGs already; ethereum, even has leaf nodes (uncles).

So I don't get the DAG vs Blockchain argument.

Also, when looking at DAG, what implementation?

You get storage DAG (like Avalanche, where the UTXO are stored in DAGs)
You get block DAG (ghost / spectre/ phantom)
You get consensus DAG (Fantom / Hashgraph and derivatives, where the output can still be a normal blockchain (structure) or it could be another DAG (structure)

There are account level DAGs (Nano) and transaction level DAGs (IOTA).

So you can't really say DAG vs blockchain.

But what I will infer, is the "Are DAGs more scalable than blockchains". And that answer is entirely dependent on your network graph and consensus architecture.

In a POA / permissioned / consortium solution, DAGs are definitely more scalable. In a completely unpermissioned environment blockchains are more secure.

It's a very difficult question to answer because there are so many variables at play.

Personally, I think DAG's are fantastic for aBFT consensus, so I like them there, but I think traditional blockchain is the better structure for time based sequences. So most of my research work is focused on how to order a DAG to output a blockchain

So how do a lot of these other projects achieve high TPS? Not as a function of the output structure, but instead as a function of consensus.

An easy example, let's take Ethereum right now. Currently it's Proof of Work at ~13s block time @ 9 TPS, but what if we simply decrease the block time to 1s? Would we then get ~117 TPS? (Here we need to look at data transmission, I will cover that a bit later).

Next let's look at consensus, if we change from PoW to PoS and keep the block time the same, does anything change? No, since proof of work is just the security, not the scalability. If we change block size (or gas limit in ethereum) or block time then we can achieve more throughput.

So what options do we have to achieve more throughput? Let's look at traditional technology scaling, if you have a single threaded process that does 1 action per second, and you want to increase it, you simply add more threads, 10 threads equals 10 actions per second. But what if all of these threads at some point need to share the same data? This is called a dead lock, where the system needs to make a decision. Normally fairly easily resolved in centralized systems, first come first serve for example (but here you don't have any malicious actors).

So the problem we are trying to solve is one of ordering, which event happened first? This is done in proof of work based systems because the proof of work is essentially a timer that makes sure to only allow events to trickle in and not cause a deadlock.

But let's assume we could get rid off that time limit, but still achieve scalability, you could do this via standard BFT, but that increases message complexity (since you need at least 3 rounds of messages x the amount of participating nodes and the delays on messages can be unbounded). So a lot of systems use BFT but they limit the amount of validators (for example only selecting 9/12/21/... validators out of thousands - dPoS with BFT).

Another solution is sharding, an easy example is namespace sharding, group 1 handles all accounts that start with the letter A, group 2 handles B and so forth. Now you could essentially have one PoW network that handles all the A accounts and another all the B accounts etc. You could also do this based on some namespace, for example ETH could have a consensus layer per ERC20 (all separated for parallel / concurrent throughput).

So it's less blockchain vs DAG and more storage / consensus / abstraction considerations.

But even with all of the above, there is an easier answer, any blockchain saying they can do hundreds of thousands of TPS are simply lying.

On the block size (as mentioned above)

A few time types to break down (using bitcoin as an example).

Confirmation time (essentially 1 block time) 10 minutes.
Transactions in a block (3000 - based on block size limit)
Transactions per second  5
Time to finality (3 blocks - after 3 blocks a re-org is unlikely), 30 minutes

Backlog, if we assume first in first out, and there are 10 transactions generated per second, your wait time would be 2 blocks before your's is confirmed, so from receiving a transaction into the network, until finality, would be 50 minutes.

So why not just increase block size? (pack more transactions in), bigger blocks, take longer to propagate in the network. This means more forks (a block has to propagate the entire network within the time for a next block to be generated for the network to be optimal). If a block was 1TB, and it took 1 hour to propagate, but the block time was 10 minutes, we would have 6+ forks. This means that the finality rule (3 blocks) would have to increase, so again the whole ecosystem takes longer.

The trick is that balance between block size + block time.

BFT systems are different though
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January 15, 2019, 10:54:16 AM
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Let's give them the benefit of doubt one more time.

The version they will release this week, HAS to be stable and HAS to work for the decentralisation test.

The decentralisation test HAS to happen in february.

The stress test HAS to happen in february.

Otherwise they will delay mainnet AGAIN.


Just look at some of the projects that started at the same time as Credits.
Ocean protocol, SingularityNET, etc.

They are all reporting beta launches to happen soon.
Credits hasn't even finished an Alpha yet lol.

No that excuse of a testnet is not a BETA.
A BETA will be a fully functional product, meaning capable of handling the 1mtps that they claim, without a signal server, without the constant forking and crashing of the network.
Once they remove the SS and fix the forking, then i'll accept it as an Alpha.
Once they publish all code, i'll accept it as beta.
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January 15, 2019, 11:08:17 AM
Last edit: January 15, 2019, 11:30:20 AM by Manolist
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Although I think the ship is about to sink. Half the staff have been laid off. Lbank and Coinbene have fake volumes. They know it, but they want people to see more than a million volumes every day. The real volume there are days that does not even reach 30k dollars and even yesterday barely reached 20k. That is worrying, a lot, not even the worst projects have that volume. They are never going to enter Binance and they have had enough money to do it in the past and in a market with fewer bears, now it would be absurd in this market, but Binance only lists real and proven projects. A lot of people haven't sold because they bought at 0.8, 0.6... they're trapped. On the other hand, most of the new projects have already fallen 10 times below their value. Credits still stands firm in comparison. It may fall another 5 times in value because if they continue to add delays I am convinced that a large part of the community will jump out of the boat without thinking about it. And believe me, more delays will come because it's obvious and proven that they can't do what they say. And they're soon unlocking the team's tokens. I'm curious to know what they're going to invent to raise the price of the token and sell them before abandoning the project. Because I'm sure of one thing, the mainnet in Q1 is not going to be, it's only foreseen that it will be and knowing Credits when they talk about forecasts = new delay. I have never written in this group nor will I ever write more or answer the nonsense that some of you put to my comments, I also said them when I had my mind cloudy. I'm very clear and I'm not going to play that game.  I am one more investor who entered Ico and even bought something more expensive later and I feel swindled and deceived, they have lost all credibility and if they use my arguments to other investors I would be happy. For those who still have blind confidence, I hope they wake up before they have lost all their money. By the way, I sold in December when they delayed the mainnet again, I've had enough of their lies.
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January 15, 2019, 09:25:45 PM
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You sound a little biased and bitter because you bought high and sold low

Yes it might go to $0 soon if they delay q1 launch

It might also go to $10 If They deliver.

A huge big if that is.


Anyway, 18 december they said: next week decentralisation test.
Anyone seen the test? It’s been freaking 31 days already.
Does “next week” mean something else in russia?
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January 16, 2019, 12:19:29 AM
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It's all pure marketing. I'm sure a lot of the people who follow up on that scam is because they got locked up. I've always said that if you sell to switch to another good project you never lose money. In fact I was a great Credits holder, 250k at Ico, after so many delays I came to the conclusion that we were being deceived. I sold everything to get into better and much more transparent projects.There is still time. With the millions they have, they can still set up a few more offices, that doesn't prove anything. They alone have knocked down their project. The facts are what they are. I was from Ico and until now everything has been smoke. EOS 2.0. Lol. Even the Dag technology is much more superior and is not able to make those hundreds of thousands of tps. Patents don't even believe them. Don't you realize they're just playing with time? Technically it is impossible to do that today with a blockchain. There are many articles by reputable people who ruin what they say. Keep dreaming friends. Well, that's where we got shit like Tron in the top spots. Anything is possible. Lol.

oh, another ICO 200K+ holder who sold, there are so many of them recently though all of the whales I know in TG are still there and keep accumulating little by little.  Patent is underway you've got application numbers and can monitor in case they will be rejected so that you can come here again and talk bs once more.
Yeah, those reputable people can only think in already existing technologies which is not the case for CS that's build from a scratch.
Nevertheless, that's your opinion and that's okay.
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