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Author Topic: [EMC] EMERCOIN|崛起币 ★ Blockchain Service Platform ★ PoS | PoW | BTC merge-mined  (Read 381774 times)
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April 01, 2017, 06:32:34 AM
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On the peculiarities of storage of arbitrary data in the blockchain.

http://emercoin.com/EMCDNS_and_NVS 

And yes, storing all the data about the patient in the blockchain, this is a very bad idea. Blockchain is public and transparent! Medical data should not be in everyone's eyes.

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April 01, 2017, 08:39:44 AM
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Financial txs are 300 bytes to 1000 bytes on average.. depends on how much data is put on but small amount is fine.. 5 to 10k would be too much imo is the data anchored to emerchain or is it stored on chain?

These are questions I too am seeking answers for.

Fixx, could you please enlighten us?
Where will data be stored and how much data can EMC blockchain surely handle with acceptable perfomance?

Like I am interested if hospitals still have to keep up their DBs to store data and only management could happen in EMC blockchain or they could simply upload entire portfolio of data into the network.


Agreeing with Fixx, my understanding is that EMC Blockchain is not intended for mass data storage but to facilitate the verification and proof of information. Therefore it would not be used for a patient's full medical records but for storage of file hashes and encrypted certificates that are pinned to data in external databases. Concequently the blockchain can later be used to provide proof of authenticity of the records, to ensure they are current, valid, and have not been tampered with, and potentially keep ownership of the records with the dr or patient.

There are good tutorials on using Emercoin's NVS storage for EMCDPO Anti-counterfeit, ssh key management, and ssl certificates, but it would also be good to see some examples / case studies of how Emercoin NVS can be used to benefit the integrity of medical records and similar. It may be close to the process of creating InfoCard, but it would be good when someone develops some clear technical standards for medical data as well.

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April 01, 2017, 12:26:50 PM
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Could we imagine something like an ingredient-safety checking application?

Manufacturers would keep the products and their products' public ingredients in their own DBs, but there would be a hash about their data in EMC blockchain.

So, the company would know if unauthorized changes were made by comparing the actual hash of the DBs to the expected.

Also, we would be able to efficiently check if some products' ingredients were changed from reading the productName-ingredientHash pair from the blockchain. There could be even monitoring apps that notifies the patient if the hash of a product that he is using was changed.

Could we do that?

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April 02, 2017, 07:14:16 AM
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Could we imagine something like an ingredient-safety checking application?

Manufacturers would keep the products and their products' public ingredients in their own DBs, but there would be a hash about their data in EMC blockchain.

So, the company would know if unauthorized changes were made by comparing the actual hash of the DBs to the expected.

Also, we would be able to efficiently check if some products' ingredients were changed from reading the productName-ingredientHash pair from the blockchain. There could be even monitoring apps that notifies the patient if the hash of a product that he is using was changed.

Could we do that?

I think it is not necessary to introduce an entity beyond what is necessary. It is enough just to protect the bottle of medicine.
This is not difficult to do using the existing emcdpo.info

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April 03, 2017, 03:28:23 AM
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And some say 95% was too high, consensus rules!
http://www.blockchainengine.org/with-the-transition-to-merged-mining-the-processing-power-of-the-emercoin-network-has-grown-tenfold/

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April 03, 2017, 08:07:18 AM
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Hi,I am new to emc,and how to earn emc by pose emc in wallet? only deposit emc in the wallet?
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April 03, 2017, 03:53:46 PM
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Hi,I am new to emc,and how to earn emc by pose emc in wallet? only deposit emc in the wallet?

Yes. hold in online wallet, the POS system will generate approx. 6% interest p.a. There is a guide at: http://emercoin.com/MINING_GUIDE_POS
Also see the new emc mintr.org calculator: https://emercoin.mintr.org/poscal

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April 03, 2017, 07:56:14 PM
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Hi guys, I need to invest a large sum of money into emercoin. Wanted to buy an amount equivalent to 50k - 60k $. I cannot find any offers though. All offers on exchanges are not more than 3k-4k coins. Can someone give me an offer or advice smt. Also looking for people who have experience in mining emercoin.
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April 03, 2017, 08:04:03 PM
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Hi guys, I need to invest a large sum of money into emercoin. Wanted to buy an amount equivalent to 50k - 60k $. I cannot find any offers though. All offers on exchanges are not more than 3k-4k coins. Can someone give me an offer or advice smt. Also looking for people who have experience in mining emercoin.
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Other than placing a buy order or buying in to the sell offers on the exchanges your best bet is to contact someone directly who has and is willing to sell that many.

Do you have questions regarding mining?

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April 04, 2017, 07:43:21 AM
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Hi guys, I need to invest a large sum of money into emercoin. Wanted to buy an amount equivalent to 50k - 60k $. I cannot find any offers though. All offers on exchanges are not more than 3k-4k coins. Can someone give me an offer or advice smt. Also looking for people who have experience in mining emercoin.
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Typically if you put a good offer on an exchange it should attract sellers to deposit their coins and make a trade. You could also ask in the #trading channel of the Emercoin slack.

Maybe the recent boost to altcoins has made people a little reluctant to sell. But if you do find someone to make a private trade then make sure you use a trusted escrow (e.g. maxihatop). good luck!

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April 04, 2017, 01:36:47 PM
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Week 12, 2017 update: http://www.blockchainengine.org/12th-week-of-2017/

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April 04, 2017, 06:04:59 PM
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Hi guys, I need to invest a large sum of money into emercoin. Wanted to buy an amount equivalent to 50k - 60k $. I cannot find any offers though. All offers on exchanges are not more than 3k-4k coins. Can someone give me an offer or advice smt. Also looking for people who have experience in mining emercoin.
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Typically if you put a good offer on an exchange it should attract sellers to deposit their coins and make a trade. You could also ask in the #trading channel of the Emercoin slack.

Maybe the recent boost to altcoins has made people a little reluctant to sell. But if you do find someone to make a private trade then make sure you use a trusted escrow (e.g. maxihatop). good luck!

on http://www.btc38.com/trade_en.html?btc38_trade_coin_name=emc you can buy up to 5 millions emercoin, this exchange is very  trusted
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April 05, 2017, 02:59:57 PM
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What is the maximum supply of EMC?
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April 05, 2017, 03:12:05 PM
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What is the maximum supply of EMC?

It is technically unlimited however now that merged mining is active difficulty is over 5 billion and will continue to grow, decreasing PoW subsidy as it does.

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April 05, 2017, 03:13:50 PM
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EMC mergemining support is enabled on mergemining.com now. Thank you for reaching 95% consensus!  Grin
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April 05, 2017, 03:27:07 PM
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EMC mergemining support is enabled on mergemining.com now. Thank you for reaching 95% consensus!  Grin

We sent them a request, but the answer has not come yet.


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April 05, 2017, 03:30:12 PM
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EMC mergemining support is enabled on mergemining.com now. Thank you for reaching 95% consensus!  Grin

This is good news, thank you! 95% consensus came faster than many expected.

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April 05, 2017, 03:31:23 PM
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EMC mergemining support is enabled on mergemining.com now. Thank you for reaching 95% consensus!  Grin

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It looks like it is live now. There is an entry for EMC under wallets/balances.

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April 05, 2017, 03:39:41 PM
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Is the ltc price hike will affect the price EMC?
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April 05, 2017, 03:41:19 PM
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We sent them a request, but the answer has not come yet.

I had replied to the request, I am one of the admins Smiley
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