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Author Topic: [ANN][SBC] From Death Comes Life – The Rebirth of StableCoin - URGENT UPDATE  (Read 179548 times)
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January 06, 2014, 05:59:44 AM
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I'd like to point out that there really is no need for Artos to report to you now.  Artos has stated that the Mixing feature will come out before the tracking things that it is meant to prevent are in effect.  Would it be nice for him to give some information about it, sure, but does he need to, no.

If he reads every comment in this thread, which I hope he doesn't since it is more productive for him to be working on getting things working, the people that continuously try to make things a personal attack are only going to make it more difficult for him to stay motivated to get the Mixing feature completed.

With the 1.5 patch Artos has shown that he can look at a problem, come up with a solution, and implement it.  He could have left things at where they were in 1.3 and Stablecoin would have been on par with all of the other coins out there.  He chose to try to implement a fix with 1.4, and while it didn't work entirely as planned, he was able to correct for it, and there is now a difficulty adjusting system that allows for fast and stable block times which means transactions are now fast and stable, even if a Mining Pool jumps on and then leaves.  How many other coins can say that?

Artos will post when he has something to say.  If there isn't any new news to post, there is no need for him to.
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January 06, 2014, 07:31:05 AM
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He's stated he woulde be away on vacation, and he's been online at SBC forums. I'd rather have him working than commenting every five.minutes feeding us smoke and purple clouds, yet at the same time I do believe this coin needs a dedicated PR/marketing person to handle progress and announcements. We have a great group of people here who are willing to support the development of this coin for the.long haul.
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January 06, 2014, 06:27:56 PM
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January 06, 2014, 07:21:24 PM
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Come join the army! Cheesy

Just a heads-up... your difficulty estimator is using the old retarget formula (90 blocks). New retarget interval is every 10 blocks.

http://sbc.blockexplorer.io/ - saRcSpjGxGWk9mGwFSpNTRbwjDvwLmqSkz
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January 06, 2014, 07:23:50 PM
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I'd like to point out that there really is no need for Artos to report to you now.  Artos has stated that the Mixing feature will come out before the tracking things that it is meant to prevent are in effect.  Would it be nice for him to give some information about it, sure, but does he need to, no.

If he reads every comment in this thread, which I hope he doesn't since it is more productive for him to be working on getting things working, the people that continuously try to make things a personal attack are only going to make it more difficult for him to stay motivated to get the Mixing feature completed.

With the 1.5 patch Artos has shown that he can look at a problem, come up with a solution, and implement it.  He could have left things at where they were in 1.3 and Stablecoin would have been on par with all of the other coins out there.  He chose to try to implement a fix with 1.4, and while it didn't work entirely as planned, he was able to correct for it, and there is now a difficulty adjusting system that allows for fast and stable block times which means transactions are now fast and stable, even if a Mining Pool jumps on and then leaves.  How many other coins can say that?

Artos will post when he has something to say.  If there isn't any new news to post, there is no need for him to.
This you said it. I would like it more if he was working on it then being here and giving us false hope. Yes some updates from time to time, but that doesn't have to be often.

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January 06, 2014, 07:24:00 PM
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Can someone tell me how many stablecoins are produced each day through mining?

Normally I would think 40 second block time at 25 coins per block would be = 900 coins per day. But that is too low and obviously wrong  Huh,

For 40 second block time at 25 coins per block it should be 54,000 coins per day.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

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January 06, 2014, 07:52:50 PM
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The new target block time since the 1.4 change has been 60 seconds, not 40 seconds.
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January 06, 2014, 08:17:36 PM
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The new target block time since the 1.4 change has been 60 seconds, not 40 seconds.
You mean 1.5. Still if it is 60 seconds per block that is: 60*24=1440 blocks per day, that equals to 36000 SBC per day.

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January 06, 2014, 08:54:17 PM
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36,000 coins per day, 60*24*25
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January 06, 2014, 09:01:42 PM
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He's stated he woulde be away on vacation, and he's been online at SBC forums. I'd rather have him working than commenting every five.minutes feeding us smoke and purple clouds, yet at the same time I do believe this coin needs a dedicated PR/marketing person to handle progress and announcements. We have a great group of people here who are willing to support the development of this coin for the.long haul.

Here's the problem, he's not feeding us smoke, purple clouds, or any information at all. I'm definitely long on Stablecoin, but the lack of communication regarding the estimated release  of the main selling point is troubling. I don't know if artos, who did disappear for a few months after a bit of controversy, grasps the amount of PR needed. I would be willing to donate a bit of stablecoin to get an actual fund for some marketing once the service has  a planned release.

I wouldn't say it is a problem at this stage.  Yes, until the mixing feature comes out, it isn't likely that a ton of people are going to start using the coin.  If there is news about its progress, yes, it would be nice to know.  Until then, mine the coin if you want to and you think it will be worth something.  People should stop acting like kids saying are we there yet every time they get bored.

If you don't believe in Artos or the coin, be quiet and let the rest of us mine in peace.

This isn't directed enitrely at you Ximp, but more of a general statement.
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January 06, 2014, 09:12:45 PM
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I've been on both sides of the fence regarding Artos' communication, but for the mean time I'm enjoying the low difficulty! Grin

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January 06, 2014, 09:35:28 PM
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How would we go about informing coinwarz that their information for StableCoin is wrong, sincen they still have the 40 second block time, which means their number of coins per day is wrong?  If ya do the math, the number should actually be 1/3 less than what it shows...
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January 06, 2014, 09:42:57 PM
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He's stated he woulde be away on vacation, and he's been online at SBC forums. I'd rather have him working than commenting every five.minutes feeding us smoke and purple clouds, yet at the same time I do believe this coin needs a dedicated PR/marketing person to handle progress and announcements. We have a great group of people here who are willing to support the development of this coin for the.long haul.

Here's the problem, he's not feeding us smoke, purple clouds, or any information at all. I'm definitely long on Stablecoin, but the lack of communication regarding the estimated release  of the main selling point is troubling. I don't know if artos, who did disappear for a few months after a bit of controversy, grasps the amount of PR needed. I would be willing to donate a bit of stablecoin to get an actual fund for some marketing once the service has  a planned release.

I wouldn't say it is a problem at this stage.  Yes, until the mixing feature comes out, it isn't likely that a ton of people are going to start using the coin.  If there is news about its progress, yes, it would be nice to know.  Until then, mine the coin if you want to and you think it will be worth something.  People should stop acting like kids saying are we there yet every time they get bored.

If you don't believe in Artos or the coin, be quiet and let the rest of us mine in peace.

This isn't directed enitrely at you Ximp, but more of a general statement.

Good points. My real concern is not that I don't know what's going on at this very moment, but rather this general lack of communication and the impending zerocoin service are big issues waiting to happen for stablecoin.

No offense taken, I can see how constant pestering gets annoying.
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January 06, 2014, 09:48:53 PM
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Disappear for a week and everybody is ready to tar and feather you... I just returned from a business trip to Japan. Found some free time to climb Mt Fuji and relax in the Hakone hot spring. Sometimes it's nice to disconnect yourself from everything. Anyway... StableCoin 1.5 Mac and Ubuntu wallets are now available.

Mac: https://mega.co.nz/#!0AY3FQbb!T5wdjVvp3oDfr9Ucun4Dw2JaF0wePwP5xy50meuwn9k
Ubuntu: https://mega.co.nz/#!zZEzHTzA!CvWvM1c32nmOb6yNU_YI1XqfrN83l2Mz7X_k5D6_Yfk

As a bonus, either later today or tomorrow I will be making a post to collect a list of individuals interested in beta testing the mixing service.

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StableCoin Forums: http://forums.stablecoin.net
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January 06, 2014, 09:49:59 PM
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As a bonus, either later today or tomorrow I will be making a post to collect a list of individuals interested in beta testing the mixing service.
Awesome! Thanks Artos.

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January 06, 2014, 09:56:23 PM
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Disappear for a week and everybody is ready to tar and feather you... I just returned from a business trip to Japan. Found some free time to climb Mt Fuji and relax in the Hakone hot spring. Sometimes it's nice to disconnect yourself from everything. Anyway... StableCoin 1.5 Mac and Ubuntu wallets are now available.

Mac: https://mega.co.nz/#!0AY3FQbb!T5wdjVvp3oDfr9Ucun4Dw2JaF0wePwP5xy50meuwn9k
Ubuntu: https://mega.co.nz/#!zZEzHTzA!CvWvM1c32nmOb6yNU_YI1XqfrN83l2Mz7X_k5D6_Yfk

As a bonus, either later today or tomorrow I will be making a post to collect a list of individuals interested in beta testing the mixing service.
Don't take it personally, humans are suspicious in their nature. How was your vacation?

i can rent this1
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January 06, 2014, 09:56:43 PM
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Disappear for a week and everybody is ready to tar and feather you... I just returned from a business trip to Japan. Found some free time to climb Mt Fuji and relax in the Hakone hot spring. Sometimes it's nice to disconnect yourself from everything. Anyway... StableCoin 1.5 Mac and Ubuntu wallets are now available.

Mac: https://mega.co.nz/#!0AY3FQbb!T5wdjVvp3oDfr9Ucun4Dw2JaF0wePwP5xy50meuwn9k
Ubuntu: https://mega.co.nz/#!zZEzHTzA!CvWvM1c32nmOb6yNU_YI1XqfrN83l2Mz7X_k5D6_Yfk

As a bonus, either later today or tomorrow I will be making a post to collect a list of individuals interested in beta testing the mixing service.

I'm glad you're back! I'd be happy to test the service if you're interested.
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January 06, 2014, 09:57:18 PM
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Disappear for a week and everybody is ready to tar and feather you... I just returned from a business trip to Japan. Found some free time to climb Mt Fuji and relax in the Hakone hot spring. Sometimes it's nice to disconnect yourself from everything. Anyway... StableCoin 1.5 Mac and Ubuntu wallets are now available.

Mac: https://mega.co.nz/#!0AY3FQbb!T5wdjVvp3oDfr9Ucun4Dw2JaF0wePwP5xy50meuwn9k
Ubuntu: https://mega.co.nz/#!zZEzHTzA!CvWvM1c32nmOb6yNU_YI1XqfrN83l2Mz7X_k5D6_Yfk

As a bonus, either later today or tomorrow I will be making a post to collect a list of individuals interested in beta testing the mixing service.

Very Interested in testing the mixing service

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January 06, 2014, 10:04:37 PM
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How would we go about informing coinwarz that their information for StableCoin is wrong, sincen they still have the 40 second block time, which means their number of coins per day is wrong?  If ya do the math, the number should actually be 1/3 less than what it shows...
Should we send a message through their 'Contact Us' link? (not being snarky)
http://www.coinwarz.com/contact

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January 06, 2014, 10:12:34 PM
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How would we go about informing coinwarz that their information for StableCoin is wrong, sincen they still have the 40 second block time, which means their number of coins per day is wrong?  If ya do the math, the number should actually be 1/3 less than what it shows...
Bottom of the page . . . "Contact us" . . . so contact them. Grin

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