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January 22, 2014, 04:50:07 PM
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Noticing a tick up in <1 BTC burns (the stock analogy would be odd-lot trades) the past few days. Increasing public awareness of the XCP idea?

Nice observation!


Though unfortunately the donations are still near 0:
https://blockchain.info/address/19QX5WBkkaUXAZ4HZrNtPtjPsakGG2co8H

Let's hope the community will at least start donating XCP's, otherwise everyone may end up sitting on a pile of useless bits and bytes.

What is this address?  I was going to make a BTC donation to 12J1YFvsWHDCU5HNAWNLNy1Q9nZo8Q4Xgs which I thought was the official donation address.  The donations are a bit paltry at the moment, would like to show my support, but I imagine as soon as a reliable windows installer and GUI are developed the XCP donations will start pouring in.  Now I'm no tech idiot, but as soon as I see the phrases "compile from source" and "command-line interface", I say "nope" and turn right around.  I imagine it is the same for many who burnt XCP.

Don't get me wrong, not telling PhantomPhreak and xnova to work faster, they have made impressive progress already. Just saying if the development team is discouraged by the lack of community support by way of funding, I imagine that will change quickly as soon as the project gets that far.
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January 22, 2014, 04:52:01 PM
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Noticing a tick up in <1 BTC burns (the stock analogy would be odd-lot trades) the past few days. Increasing public awareness of the XCP idea?

Nice observation!


Though unfortunately the donations are still near 0:
https://blockchain.info/address/19QX5WBkkaUXAZ4HZrNtPtjPsakGG2co8H

Let's hope the community will at least start donating XCP's, otherwise everyone may end up sitting on a pile of useless bits and bytes.

What is this address?  I was going to make a BTC donation to 12J1YFvsWHDCU5HNAWNLNy1Q9nZo8Q4Xgs which I thought was the official donation address.  The donations are a bit paltry at the moment, would like to show my support, but I imagine as soon as a reliable windows installer and GUI are developed the XCP donations will start pouring in.  Now I'm no tech idiot, but as soon as I see the phrases "compile from source" and "command-line interface", I say "nope" and turn right around.  I imagine it is the same for many who burnt XCP.

Don't get me wrong, not telling PhantomPhreak and xnova to work faster, they have made impressive progress already. Just saying if the development team is discouraged by the lack of community support by way of funding, I imagine that will change quickly as soon as the project gets that far.

The link SyRenity posted is not the official donation address. You can find the official donation address in the OP.
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January 22, 2014, 05:17:06 PM
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The link SyRenity posted is not the official donation address. You can find the official donation address in the OP.

My bad, the address in blockchain is indeed:
https://blockchain.info/address/12J1YFvsWHDCU5HNAWNLNy1Q9nZo8Q4Xgs

Nice to see the donations starting to flow there!
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January 22, 2014, 05:29:00 PM
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My bad, the address in blockchain is indeed:
https://blockchain.info/address/12J1YFvsWHDCU5HNAWNLNy1Q9nZo8Q4Xgs

Nice to see the donations starting to flow there!

Yeah, but it's still not much. Around 0,2% of the burned amount...
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January 22, 2014, 06:08:07 PM
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ACtually, if I can get some instructions to check balance or send under command line interface in WIndows that would be great.

Using the instructions in the document I burned BTC easily but still can't figure out to check balance or send.

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January 22, 2014, 06:26:15 PM
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http://www.coindesk.com/smart-property-colored-coins-mastercoin/

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January 22, 2014, 06:34:34 PM
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Will more coins be generated after the burn period ? and how ? in what rate ? What is the total number of the coins ?
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January 22, 2014, 06:43:20 PM
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Will more coins be generated after the burn period ? and how ? in what rate ? What is the total number of the coins ?

No coins will be generated after the burn period.

The total number of coins depends on the number of BTCs burned during the period.

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January 22, 2014, 07:24:10 PM
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Nice they mention XCP! Also, how come coindesk knows about new counterparty site earlier then us the loyal supporters? Smiley
http://counterparty.co
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January 22, 2014, 07:34:15 PM
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This could help for inspiration: https://masterchest.info/
Keeping only the decentralized exchange, but allowing an easy access to it from a website.
 

You can already access a basic live orders list from http://blockscan.com/order.aspx

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EtherScan::Ethereum Block Explorer | BlockScan::Coming Soon
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January 22, 2014, 07:56:09 PM
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That 'TypeError: unorderable types: str() < int()' bug in the market functionality has just been fixed.
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January 22, 2014, 08:44:22 PM
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You can already access a basic live orders list from http://blockscan.com/order.aspx

Cheers
You can see the order.
You cannot do anything about them from this webpage.
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January 22, 2014, 08:53:18 PM
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Nice they mention XCP! Also, how come coindesk knows about new counterparty site earlier then us the loyal supporters? Smiley
http://counterparty.co

counterparty.co was and is not ready for release, and that is why we didn't let the community know about it. Whoever wrote that article did not try to get in touch with anyone on the Counterparty team. If it had been up to us, we would have referred them to the actual protocol, as opposed to our very much incomplete website.
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January 22, 2014, 10:15:40 PM
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what does multiple input mean ?
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January 22, 2014, 10:39:21 PM
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Nice they mention XCP! Also, how come coindesk knows about new counterparty site earlier then us the loyal supporters? Smiley
http://counterparty.co

Developers: If you click on the bounties section, you can see some references to test posts under 'Recent Posts':

http://counterparty.co/category/bounties/

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January 22, 2014, 10:44:46 PM
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Nice they mention XCP! Also, how come coindesk knows about new counterparty site earlier then us the loyal supporters? Smiley
http://counterparty.co

Developers: If you click on the bounties section, you can see some references to test posts under 'Recent Posts':

http://counterparty.co/category/bounties/



The site's still under development. Coindesk spill't the beans on the site  Tongue
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January 22, 2014, 11:49:45 PM
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Nice project.
I think we should be heavily investing in XCP development!

BTC and XCP donations: 12J1YFvsWHDCU5HNAWNLNy1Q9nZo8Q4Xgs


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January 23, 2014, 12:58:22 AM
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Would it be a good idea to try to keep this coin on the DL until after the burn period is over?

We can all keep it hush and try to keep the thread bumping and promoting at a minimum until the burn is over.
yes, except that there is already 1,400+ BTC burnt.
So.... cats out of the bag. This will not be another NXT moneymaking bonanza.

I could be wrong usually & normally I am

I highly Doubt XCP will remain inexpensive much longer
after the proof of burn process is completed.

XCP among one of the top most anticipated BTCitcoin
2.0 projects of the year..

innovations/ D'ex functionality all within itself may just be the
leading contributing factor to its success & longivity.

If XCP are shaped, formed or fashioned after
MSC in anyway or remotely better then is it not safe to say

XCP could very easily rise in price naturally without hype.

a well diversified CryptoPortfolio may include some
of the leading BTCitcoin 2.0 decentralized peer2peer trustless
projects (MSC, XCP, PTS, Etheruem)

2014 may be a very interesting year.

The problem is there was 21 BTC invested in NXT, but there is 1,500 BTC invested in XCP.
my 1 BTC has only got me .06% of all XCP in existence, where as 1 BTC in NXT would have got me 5%
thats quite the difference. Everyone is getting a much smaller piece of the pie.
Am I complaining? maybe.
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January 23, 2014, 01:00:28 AM
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The problem is there was 21 BTC invested in NXT, but there is 1,500 BTC invested in XCP.
my 1 BTC has only got me .06% of all XCP in existence, where as 1 BTC in NXT would have got me 5%
thats quite the difference. Everyone is getting a much smaller piece of the pie.
Am I complaining? maybe.

Its only a problem if your looking to get a huge ROI overnight.

Better distribution helps the protocol succeed in the long run.
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January 23, 2014, 01:32:03 AM
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Agree!!!:

More people burn now means less chance to get more than 10x return like Mastercoin in short time.

Those kind of return (10x -> 1000x) requires that people highly suspect it in the beginning and then later found it real and useful. The extreme case is Nxt. Almost no one trusted it in the IPO stage (they got 21 BTC only), and then when the client came out and it worked, the price shot up because the demand suddenly increases but most chips are controlled in the hand of a few people and it's quite easy for they to hold and see the price up to the sky.

For XCP, 1) people are already quite familiar with the idea due to MSC; 2) the 'Prove by Burn' removes the trust issue; 3) the client is working and we can see the source code, so you can see that there're already 1200 BTC burnt in less than half a month. The situation, however, is almost the same after the IPO. Most of people want to buy will burn now anyway. For the demand from those new comers, the supply (from those want quick profit of 30-40%) will be enough to keep the low price.

Therefore, no reason to expect the price could rise significantly without any big news (e.g. a beautiful and user friendly client; a famous asset such as AM moves in; or a lot of bets like those in bitbet are available).
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