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Author Topic: ★★DigiByte|极特币★★[DGB]✔ Core v6.16.5.1 - DigiShield, DigiSpeed, Segwit  (Read 3053092 times)
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January 19, 2018, 09:36:46 PM
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What is the main difference between this coin altcoin and DOGE (apart from the name and price)? Do they use different protocols? Do I need to study each of them properly to understand which one to mine and hodl? Thanks for the advice!

try to mine doge one day and then dgb one day.

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January 20, 2018, 09:26:03 AM
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What is the main difference between this coin altcoin and DOGE (apart from the name and price)? Do they use different protocols? Do I need to study each of them properly to understand which one to mine and hodl? Thanks for the advice!
Yes, please do this and your answer should be obvious!  Smiley
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January 20, 2018, 12:09:58 PM
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What's up with DGB wallet on Polo???   Undecided
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January 20, 2018, 04:28:05 PM
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What's up with DGB wallet on Polo???   Undecided

Poloniex has problems with their database. They were showing wrong balances and recently there have been warning regarding Polo. I have stopped using poloniex but this most probably is their side issue. DGB is working fine on other exchanges as far as I know.
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January 20, 2018, 08:17:29 PM
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Added dgb sha256 algo to pool:

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What's up with DGB wallet on Polo???   Undecided
I’m guessing their DGB server keeps falling over or maybe someone is helping it fall over….a bit like payouts used to freeze on DigiHash, until someone got out of bed and kicked it.  

"DGB is currently under maintenance or experiencing wallet/network issues. Deposits and withdrawals will remain disabled until a solution is found, which may require an update from the DGB team. Any updates must be tested and audited before enabling."

That sounds like it could take a while and closing the market, possibly not the best idea to inspire confidence in their exchange. Hope they are in contact with DigiByte, seeing they have stated that they may require assistance. 
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January 20, 2018, 11:28:17 PM
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Interesting observations, Bittrex has the highest volume of DigiByte trade but has half the amount of DGB showing on the books for sale, when compared with Poloniex.  Liquidity on Bittrex looks around 10 x greater, than it is on Poloniex.  Disabled  deposit and withdrawal at Poloniex puts the entire DigiByte market in ‘Limbo’ until this issue is dealt with IMO.    Huh
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January 21, 2018, 07:16:51 AM
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Interesting observations, Bittrex has the highest volume of DigiByte trade but has half the amount of DGB showing on the books for sale, when compared with Poloniex.  Liquidity on Bittrex looks around 10 x greater, than it is on Poloniex.  Disabled  deposit and withdrawal at Poloniex puts the entire DigiByte market in ‘Limbo’ until this issue is dealt with IMO.    Huh

so where is the best place to buy dgb? will they be listed on binance soon?


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January 21, 2018, 10:22:49 AM
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Interesting observations, Bittrex has the highest volume of DigiByte trade but has half the amount of DGB showing on the books for sale, when compared with Poloniex.  Liquidity on Bittrex looks around 10 x greater, than it is on Poloniex.  Disabled  deposit and withdrawal at Poloniex puts the entire DigiByte market in ‘Limbo’ until this issue is dealt with IMO.    Huh

so where is the best place to buy dgb? will they be listed on binance soon?
Well, it obviously can’t be an exchange that has disabled deposit and withdrawals. Not really being a big trader myself and being in the UK, I’m currently leaning towards Bittylicious right now.  Because I only trade occasionally on any exchange, I never keep too much on any of them but this recent action at Poloniex is a red flag to me until I better know what their issue really is. Waiting to hear what DigiByte devs have  to say, if anything, about this?   
Because of the nature of this technology and the current lack of regulation or assurances, the need to trust the exchange being used, peer to peer exchanges where people remain in control of their own funds, has probably got to be the way forward!

Only exchanges themselves can tell you if they are adding DigiByte.....Every exchange could if they wanted to???
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January 21, 2018, 10:44:27 AM
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Interesting observations, Bittrex has the highest volume of DigiByte trade but has half the amount of DGB showing on the books for sale, when compared with Poloniex.  Liquidity on Bittrex looks around 10 x greater, than it is on Poloniex.  Disabled  deposit and withdrawal at Poloniex puts the entire DigiByte market in ‘Limbo’ until this issue is dealt with IMO.    Huh

so where is the best place to buy dgb? will they be listed on binance soon?
Well, it obviously can’t be an exchange that has disabled deposit and withdrawals. Not really being a big trader myself and being in the UK, I’m currently leaning towards Bittylicious right now.  Because I only trade occasionally on any exchange, I never keep too much on any of them but this recent action at Poloniex is a red flag to me until I better know what their issue really is. Waiting to hear what DigiByte devs have  to say, if anything, about this?   
Because of the nature of this technology and the current lack of regulation or assurances, the need to trust the exchange being used, peer to peer exchanges where people remain in control of their own funds, has probably got to be the way forward!

Only exchanges themselves can tell you if they are adding DigiByte.....Every exchange could if they wanted to???


Exchange wallets go down all the time for maintenance. I have had coins stuck on Bittrex for days at a time. Things happen and sometimes blockchains need to be redownloaded. Coin devs would love to be on every exchange but it is up to the exchange exclusively if they want to list a coin. They do not need anyone's permission. They just compile the latest wallet, download the blockchain and enable trading. DGB devs have nothing to do with an exchange's wallet going offline.

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January 21, 2018, 11:11:36 AM
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Interesting observations, Bittrex has the highest volume of DigiByte trade but has half the amount of DGB showing on the books for sale, when compared with Poloniex.  Liquidity on Bittrex looks around 10 x greater, than it is on Poloniex.  Disabled  deposit and withdrawal at Poloniex puts the entire DigiByte market in ‘Limbo’ until this issue is dealt with IMO.    Huh

so where is the best place to buy dgb? will they be listed on binance soon?
Well, it obviously can’t be an exchange that has disabled deposit and withdrawals. Not really being a big trader myself and being in the UK, I’m currently leaning towards Bittylicious right now.  Because I only trade occasionally on any exchange, I never keep too much on any of them but this recent action at Poloniex is a red flag to me until I better know what their issue really is. Waiting to hear what DigiByte devs have  to say, if anything, about this?   
Because of the nature of this technology and the current lack of regulation or assurances, the need to trust the exchange being used, peer to peer exchanges where people remain in control of their own funds, has probably got to be the way forward!

Only exchanges themselves can tell you if they are adding DigiByte.....Every exchange could if they wanted to???


Exchange wallets go down all the time for maintenance. I have had coins stuck on Bittrex for days at a time. Things happen and sometimes blockchains need to be redownloaded. Coin devs would love to be on every exchange but it is up to the exchange exclusively if they want to list a coin. They do not need anyone's permission. They just compile the latest wallet, download the blockchain and enable trading. DGB devs have nothing to do with an exchange's wallet going offline.
True…I don’t believe there is anything wrong with DigiByte wallet, I suspected that the server hosting it may have an issue….very little to go on right now…as I said, is a red flag to me and I’ve happily used Poloniex up till now but I also happily used Cryptsy until  issues started to develop with that and we all know what happened there.
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January 21, 2018, 11:18:24 AM
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Interesting observations, Bittrex has the highest volume of DigiByte trade but has half the amount of DGB showing on the books for sale, when compared with Poloniex.  Liquidity on Bittrex looks around 10 x greater, than it is on Poloniex.  Disabled  deposit and withdrawal at Poloniex puts the entire DigiByte market in ‘Limbo’ until this issue is dealt with IMO.    Huh

so where is the best place to buy dgb? will they be listed on binance soon?
Well, it obviously can’t be an exchange that has disabled deposit and withdrawals. Not really being a big trader myself and being in the UK, I’m currently leaning towards Bittylicious right now.  Because I only trade occasionally on any exchange, I never keep too much on any of them but this recent action at Poloniex is a red flag to me until I better know what their issue really is. Waiting to hear what DigiByte devs have  to say, if anything, about this?   
Because of the nature of this technology and the current lack of regulation or assurances, the need to trust the exchange being used, peer to peer exchanges where people remain in control of their own funds, has probably got to be the way forward!

Only exchanges themselves can tell you if they are adding DigiByte.....Every exchange could if they wanted to???


Exchange wallets go down all the time for maintenance. I have had coins stuck on Bittrex for days at a time. Things happen and sometimes blockchains need to be redownloaded. Coin devs would love to be on every exchange but it is up to the exchange exclusively if they want to list a coin. They do not need anyone's permission. They just compile the latest wallet, download the blockchain and enable trading. DGB devs have nothing to do with an exchange's wallet going offline.
True…I don’t believe there is anything wrong with DigiByte wallet, I suspected that the server hosting it may have an issue….very little to go on right now…as I said, is a red flag to me and I’ve happily used Poloniex up till now but I also happily used Cryptsy until  issues started to develop with that and we all know what happened there.

Poloniex have issues but they are not dishonest like Yobit sometimes is.

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If I was helpful please buy me a coffee BTC: 1DWK7vBaxcTC5Wd2nQwLGEoy8xdFVzGKLK  BTG: AWvN1iBqCUqG2tEh3XoVvRbdcGrAzfBBpW
If I was helpful please buy me a burger DGB: DLASV6CUQpGtGSyaVz5FYuu5YxZ17MoGQz
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January 21, 2018, 11:44:31 AM
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DigiByte (DGB) - Crypto Index

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January 21, 2018, 12:21:16 PM
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DigiByte (DGB) - Crypto Index

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Just to promote your site, there is no useful thing that I see on your website about DGB. The main issues about DGB in Poloniex is Poloniex itself, if you can get out you should get out now from Poloniex. Use Bittrex if want to trade DGB.
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January 21, 2018, 12:23:17 PM
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added another 30K @0.065 to my DGB stash , can not look at these prices and not being tempted to buy , hope to see 0.1 sooner than later, DGB has delayed in bouncing back to the prices before the market correction , this is a good opportunity to buy for mid and long term hodling imho
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DigiByte (DGB) - Crypto Index

https://www.onebitcoinbuy.com/digibyte--cryptocurrency-dgb-buy-invest-money.php

An easy to follow guide on how to buy and store the cryptocurrency DigiByte (DGB)

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Just to promote your site, there is no useful thing that I see on your website about DGB. The main issues about DGB in Poloniex is Poloniex itself, if you can get out you should get out now from Poloniex. Use Bittrex if want to trade DGB.
As much as I would like to see DigiByte itself on coinbase, it does not provide a good entry point for UK users.....and yes this site is aimed at getting referral fees from people that use it.

At this point, I wouldn't encourage anyone to sell their DGB on Poloniex just to exit the exchange.......but that's just my opinion.
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DigiByte (DGB) - Crypto Index

https://www.onebitcoinbuy.com/digibyte--cryptocurrency-dgb-buy-invest-money.php

An easy to follow guide on how to buy and store the cryptocurrency DigiByte (DGB)

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Just to promote your site, there is no useful thing that I see on your website about DGB. The main issues about DGB in Poloniex is Poloniex itself, if you can get out you should get out now from Poloniex. Use Bittrex if want to trade DGB.
As much as I would like to see DigiByte itself on coinbase, it does not provide a good entry point for UK users.....and yes this site is aimed at getting referral fees from people that use it.

DGB getting on Coinbase would probably make me rich but damn I hate Coinbase. They really suck.

Buy a Trezor and Protect your BTC, BCH, BTG, DASH, LTC, DGB, ZEC, ETH and ETC from hackers.
If I was helpful please buy me a coffee BTC: 1DWK7vBaxcTC5Wd2nQwLGEoy8xdFVzGKLK  BTG: AWvN1iBqCUqG2tEh3XoVvRbdcGrAzfBBpW
If I was helpful please buy me a burger DGB: DLASV6CUQpGtGSyaVz5FYuu5YxZ17MoGQz
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January 21, 2018, 01:29:27 PM
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I heard about that partnership with Minecraft. Is it true or only an own dedicated gaming server operated by Digibyte? Can not find serious information with Google.

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January 21, 2018, 01:33:57 PM
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I heard about that partnership with Minecraft. Is it true or only an own dedicated gaming server operated by Digibyte? Can not find serious information with Google.

Was just a server. I think they got rid of it already.

Buy a Trezor and Protect your BTC, BCH, BTG, DASH, LTC, DGB, ZEC, ETH and ETC from hackers.
If I was helpful please buy me a coffee BTC: 1DWK7vBaxcTC5Wd2nQwLGEoy8xdFVzGKLK  BTG: AWvN1iBqCUqG2tEh3XoVvRbdcGrAzfBBpW
If I was helpful please buy me a burger DGB: DLASV6CUQpGtGSyaVz5FYuu5YxZ17MoGQz
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January 21, 2018, 03:06:17 PM
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Exchange Series Day 7: You can buy and sell DGB on OKEx, which is a Hong Kong based exchange! @OKEx_ #DGB #DigiByte
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