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July 28, 2015, 09:48:10 PM
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It's also worth noting that that is not a quote and was written by someone that does not even know the correct capitalization of Counterparty. I'd like to see the source for it because I've not seen it anywhere else and the quotes in that article are just recycled from previous interviews/press releases. It's not like this guy had an exclusive or something. There is no new information that has actually come from Counterparty/Symbiont in this article. That said, they may be right, but Counterparty/XCP is definitely being used and in a major way. Nothing else makes sense AND we have confirmation from the actual source.

Edit: The writer of the story has no LinkedIn as far as I can tell and his bio on Brave New Coin simply says that he "has a keen interest in digital currencies." This makes it difficult to get an idea of his legitimacy.
Thanks you for that reasonable comment.
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July 29, 2015, 10:12:59 AM
Last edit: July 29, 2015, 12:33:18 PM by eustress
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Symbiont and Adam Krellenstein and Mark Smith briefly mentioned here - http://www.coindesk.com/american-banker-conference-lines-drawn-in-blockchain-debate/

Chris DeRose was also speaking at that conference. Would be good to see videos of all of the talks (they are not available yet).
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July 29, 2015, 12:30:27 PM
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Check out this thread on Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3eznm7/how_many_here_own_bitcoin_american_banker/. In the photo - https://i.imgur.com/VVoagP1.jpg - Adam doesn't have his hand up in response to the apparent question, "How many here own Bitcoin?". Surely he even owns at least a bit of BTC dust to move around Counterparty Assets?!

I wonder was the question in fact "Can the Blockchain Really be separated from Bitcoin?" as we can see in the background on the slide. IIRC that is Adam's primary position - that you can NOT separate a Blockchain and it's tokens. Which is indeed the correct answer.
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July 29, 2015, 05:23:40 PM
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Symbiont applies for trademark on Smart Security: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3f1viz/symbiont_applies_for_the_trademark_for_smart/

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It looks like the trademark is "SYMBIONT SMART SECURITY".
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July 29, 2015, 06:01:58 PM
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It looks like the trademark is "SYMBIONT SMART SECURITY".

Yep, my bad. No edit on Reddit for titles. Maybe comment to tell people?

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July 29, 2015, 06:59:55 PM
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It looks like the trademark is "SYMBIONT SMART SECURITY".

Yep, my bad. No edit on Reddit for titles. Maybe comment to tell people?

Good spot nonetheless. Yes, a comment to be more specific would be prudent.

The "Symbiont" name is becoming more and more apt. SYMBIONT SMART SECURITY is probably better than SMART SECURITY because that is too generic and a bit meaningless. Soon "Symbiont" might carry the same positive connotations as "Blockchain" is beginning to acquire. "We're using the Symbiont infrastructure to interface our internal ledgers with the Blockchain".

Not much additional information in the filing.

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*IDENTIFICATION: financial services, namely, providing a virtual currency for use by members of an on-line community via a global computer network
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July 30, 2015, 05:36:30 PM
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Ethereum released, which means we may be seeing an updated main-net Bitcoin/XCP port of the virtual machine soon. Counterparty will bring smart contracts to Bitcoin's vast outreach, hashing power and network security... and kick ass.  Smiley

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July 31, 2015, 02:39:00 AM
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http://www.bizjournals.com/newyork/news/2015/07/30/wall-street-secrets-targeted-by-bitcoin-technology.html
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"As for Symbiont, it hasn’t publicized which blockchain it plans to implement for its self-executing securities, or if it will develop its own blockchain, as is the case with one of the company's competitors."

Man, are these guys going to use Counterparty or not?
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July 31, 2015, 03:30:06 AM
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"As for Symbiont, it hasn’t publicized which blockchain it plans to implement for its self-executing securities, or if it will develop its own blockchain, as is the case with one of the company's competitors."

Man, are these guys going to use Counterparty or not?

This is random conjecture. Just read whatever is in quotation marks. The article even cuts off mid sentence at one point...

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“It’s impossible to send that equity to any person without having gone through a number of steps that are written in the contract,” said Krellenstein. Instead of the contract being legally binding, it is “programmatically binding” — theoretically, that means the terms cannot be violated, which is good news for

wtf?

Welcome to the world where writers are underpaid and overworked and the only thing that matters is page views on churned out content. As far as I can tell, they take a few quotes, new ones in this case, then add "flavor" to it, but don't provide anything to back up the additional information, because there is nothing to back it up. Again, this guy may be right, but it's just his opinion until it's a quote or there's a legit source. Until then, the Counterparty.io post is king.

EDIT: And yes, obviously they are going to use Counterparty...

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July 31, 2015, 11:20:18 AM
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No, they will use Mastercoin on a permissioned clone of the Doge blockchain which only runs on TI84s.
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July 31, 2015, 11:21:34 AM
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"As for Symbiont, it hasn’t publicized which blockchain it plans to implement for its self-executing securities, or if it will develop its own blockchain, as is the case with one of the company's competitors."

Man, are these guys going to use Counterparty or not?

Ignore random journalists and their conjecture, and simply pay attention to what has been posted on the official Counterparty website:

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During the last couple of months, our goal was to wrap up the large scale improvements to the Counterparty software suite, complete comprehensive security audits, and once the protocol reaches a mature state start focusing on and building tools and services around it. Symbiont is a step in that direction, developing products that will be utilizing this technology, and we’re very excited to see it be put into use in systems that power modern finance.

Source: http://counterparty.io/news/counterparty-community-update-july-24/

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July 31, 2015, 12:25:22 PM
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http://www.marketwatch.com/story/overstockcom-scheduled-to-release-q2-2015-financial-results-on-aug-6-2015-2015-07-28

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Must be related to this - http://www.wired.com/2015/06/overstock-will-issue-private-bond-powered-bitcoin-tech/
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July 31, 2015, 12:41:30 PM
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Has anyone used the Counterparty GUI?  Is it safe?

https://github.com/CounterpartyXCP/counterparty-gui

If I want to move a small amount of XCP out of my stash, is there any way to do so besides using the GUI or sweeping the entire thing into Counterwallet and sending the amount I don't want to move back to from where it came?

I used to use the command line of counterpartyd to send some to counterwallet


The problem with that is I think it requires running a full bitcoin node.  Is there any way to send XCP without putting your private key online and without running a full bitcoin node?
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July 31, 2015, 04:06:10 PM
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Has anyone used the Counterparty GUI?  Is it safe?

https://github.com/CounterpartyXCP/counterparty-gui

If I want to move a small amount of XCP out of my stash, is there any way to do so besides using the GUI or sweeping the entire thing into Counterwallet and sending the amount I don't want to move back to from where it came?

I used to use the command line of counterpartyd to send some to counterwallet


The problem with that is I think it requires running a full bitcoin node.  Is there any way to send XCP without putting your private key online and without running a full bitcoin node?

Armory: http://counterparty.io/docs/create_armory_address/

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July 31, 2015, 04:09:44 PM
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No, they will use Mastercoin on a permissioned clone of the Doge blockchain which only runs on TI84s.

I had to Google what a TI84 is, but it was worth it.

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No, they will use Mastercoin on a permissioned clone of the Doge blockchain which only runs on TI84s.

I had to Google what a TI84 is, but it was worth it.

Symbiont is trolling you all. They will clearly never use XCP on Wall Street. They are going  to make a clone called XCP-XT and they will not be mutually usable. The XCP will be smelted and turned into Factoms, XPY and the rest into Citicoin. Send me all your old XCP for recycling: 14Tf35AovvRVURzd623q5i9kry2EW8WzyL

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No, they will use Mastercoin on a permissioned clone of the Doge blockchain which only runs on TI84s.

I had to Google what a TI84 is, but it was worth it.

Symbiont is trolling you all. They will clearly never use XCP on Wall Street. They are going  to make a clone called XCP-XT and they will not be mutually usable. The XCP will be smelted and turned into Factoms, XPY and the rest into Citicoin. Send me all your old XCP for recycling: 14Tf35AovvRVURzd623q5i9kry2EW8WzyL



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July 31, 2015, 06:23:10 PM
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No, they will use Mastercoin on a permissioned clone of the Doge blockchain which only runs on TI84s.

I had to Google what a TI84 is, but it was worth it.

Symbiont is trolling you all. They will clearly never use XCP on Wall Street. They are going  to make a clone called XCP-XT and they will not be mutually usable. The XCP will be smelted and turned into Factoms, XPY and the rest into Citicoin. Send me all your old XCP for recycling: 14Tf35AovvRVURzd623q5i9kry2EW8WzyL



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