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December 20, 2017, 08:03:50 AM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening
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December 20, 2017, 10:36:26 AM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening

bro forget my ignorance but what this coin is ? looking at it for few months and fail to understand the real use ? how is different from ReddCoin ? what xmy do ?

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December 20, 2017, 12:54:39 PM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening

What exactly is your issue with segwit? Be technical and specific.

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December 21, 2017, 08:11:29 PM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening

What exactly is your issue with segwit? Be technical and specific.

Thanks for your reply. My issues with Segwit are actually not that technical, more practical. Most will agree that Segwit deployment on BTC was rammed down people's throats, and it hasn't done anything for scaling - BTC blocks are currently averaging 1.04MB. Only 10% of vendors are using the technology and it is looking more and more like a failure. Even the BTC Kore wallet doesn't support Segwit transactions from the GUI last I checked.

Segwit does adds a huge technical debt (6k lines of code), with no tangible improvement other than fixing malleability, which has never really been an issue (Gox used it as an excuse for their "hack").

I don't wish to ignite the scaling war here - clearly XMY has plenty of blockspace. However I do feel like the devs here might've fallen for the Blockstream/pro-Segwit propaganda.

Regardless, I'm still here and I still love the multi-algo coin design. Personally I believe that multi-algo coin design is the only way to have a truly ASIC-resistant coin, and this ensures that mining will not become centralized (which is a major problem in the entire crypto space). So big thanks to the community and especially the devs!
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December 21, 2017, 10:11:19 PM
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Thanks for your reply. My issues with Segwit are actually not that technical, more practical.

I pretty much agree with your concerns, but SegWit's partial malleability fix will enable live atomic swaps. Has anyone invented another way to do this yet? I think it would be very beneficial for Myriad to be listed on the decentralised exchanges that are coming.
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December 21, 2017, 10:35:43 PM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening

What exactly is your issue with segwit? Be technical and specific.

Thanks for your reply. My issues with Segwit are actually not that technical, more practical. Most will agree that Segwit deployment on BTC was rammed down people's throats, and it hasn't done anything for scaling - BTC blocks are currently averaging 1.04MB. Only 10% of vendors are using the technology and it is looking more and more like a failure. Even the BTC Kore wallet doesn't support Segwit transactions from the GUI last I checked.

Segwit does adds a huge technical debt (6k lines of code), with no tangible improvement other than fixing malleability, which has never really been an issue (Gox used it as an excuse for their "hack").

I don't wish to ignite the scaling war here - clearly XMY has plenty of blockspace. However I do feel like the devs here might've fallen for the Blockstream/pro-Segwit propaganda.

Regardless, I'm still here and I still love the multi-algo coin design. Personally I believe that multi-algo coin design is the only way to have a truly ASIC-resistant coin, and this ensures that mining will not become centralized (which is a major problem in the entire crypto space). So big thanks to the community and especially the devs!

Well, basically every time we jump in version we end up with a lot more than 6k lines of code to dig through from upstream... That's always going to be an issue for a downstream project. Every time I try to understand technically what the issue with segwit is, I don't get a lot of technical arguments that I can understand as an actual issue, let alone one that I can agree with. At least yours has a line count Smiley Beyond the politics and the concern trolling it's hard to argue with the technical expertise from upstream IMHO.

Thanks for your reply!

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December 22, 2017, 11:52:15 AM
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there is lot of accumulation going on, seems something big in few mins.
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December 22, 2017, 03:46:26 PM
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Next 24h XMY - 300sat Shocked
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December 22, 2017, 03:50:30 PM
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Now XMY at 103 sat already! Grin Grin Grin UP FAST 300SAT
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December 23, 2017, 10:36:14 AM
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2000sts . Just like dgb before ?  Smiley

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December 23, 2017, 12:23:01 PM
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Already reached 148 sats, huge volume is about to come, dont miss the ride..
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December 23, 2017, 01:53:56 PM
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2000sts . Just like dgb before ?  Smiley

Hopefully NOT like DGB  Wink, because that was and is bad.

I got in DGB & got out with a loss. Invested in other coins that were not pumped. No regrets.

Also invested in Myriad off course.

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December 23, 2017, 04:50:32 PM
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2000sts . Just like dgb before ?  Smiley

Hopefully NOT like DGB  Wink, because that was and is bad.

I got in DGB & got out with a loss. Invested in other coins that were not pumped. No regrets.

Also invested in Myriad off course.
2000 sts equal 450 million usd market cap. I think it's possible and xmy deserves it.

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December 23, 2017, 06:25:08 PM
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2000sts . Just like dgb before ?  Smiley

Hopefully NOT like DGB  Wink, because that was and is bad.

I got in DGB & got out with a loss. Invested in other coins that were not pumped. No regrets.

Also invested in Myriad off course.
2000 sts equal 450 million usd market cap. I think it's possible and xmy deserves it.

Hope so.

It's time people realize the hidden gem that is XMY...

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December 24, 2017, 12:24:41 AM
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Myriad has always been one of the most solid coins out there. It's incredibly secure and fairly distributed. No Pre-Mine. There's always been a great community and it continues to grow every day. There are good things ahead for Myriad!
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December 24, 2017, 11:20:37 AM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening

What exactly is your issue with segwit? Be technical and specific.

Thanks for your reply. My issues with Segwit are actually not that technical, more practical. Most will agree that Segwit deployment on BTC was rammed down people's throats, and it hasn't done anything for scaling - BTC blocks are currently averaging 1.04MB. Only 10% of vendors are using the technology and it is looking more and more like a failure. Even the BTC Kore wallet doesn't support Segwit transactions from the GUI last I checked.

Segwit does adds a huge technical debt (6k lines of code), with no tangible improvement other than fixing malleability, which has never really been an issue (Gox used it as an excuse for their "hack").

I don't wish to ignite the scaling war here - clearly XMY has plenty of blockspace. However I do feel like the devs here might've fallen for the Blockstream/pro-Segwit propaganda.

Regardless, I'm still here and I still love the multi-algo coin design. Personally I believe that multi-algo coin design is the only way to have a truly ASIC-resistant coin, and this ensures that mining will not become centralized (which is a major problem in the entire crypto space). So big thanks to the community and especially the devs!

Well, basically every time we jump in version we end up with a lot more than 6k lines of code to dig through from upstream... That's always going to be an issue for a downstream project. Every time I try to understand technically what the issue with segwit is, I don't get a lot of technical arguments that I can understand as an actual issue, let alone one that I can agree with. At least yours has a line count Smiley Beyond the politics and the concern trolling it's hard to argue with the technical expertise from upstream IMHO.

Thanks for your reply!

I guess there is often a ton of code to merge but I believe Segwit was by far the most complicated change which has had basically zero impact on the scaling problems that are now becoming very serious with the fees going parabolic and effectively locking up to 50% of coin inputs. BTC is bleeding while Greg is drinking "champaign", I don't think I wish to follow this genius any further down the road he is building...

It looks like people are taking in interest based on market demand...
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December 24, 2017, 04:55:06 PM
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I am long-time MYR(XMY) hodler and I just want to say that I am disappointed that the devs fell for the Segwit propaganda. It's unneeded code and likely to product plenty of bugs...

Anyway thanks for listening

What exactly is your issue with segwit? Be technical and specific.

Thanks for your reply. My issues with Segwit are actually not that technical, more practical. Most will agree that Segwit deployment on BTC was rammed down people's throats, and it hasn't done anything for scaling - BTC blocks are currently averaging 1.04MB. Only 10% of vendors are using the technology and it is looking more and more like a failure. Even the BTC Kore wallet doesn't support Segwit transactions from the GUI last I checked.

Segwit does adds a huge technical debt (6k lines of code), with no tangible improvement other than fixing malleability, which has never really been an issue (Gox used it as an excuse for their "hack").

I don't wish to ignite the scaling war here - clearly XMY has plenty of blockspace. However I do feel like the devs here might've fallen for the Blockstream/pro-Segwit propaganda.

Regardless, I'm still here and I still love the multi-algo coin design. Personally I believe that multi-algo coin design is the only way to have a truly ASIC-resistant coin, and this ensures that mining will not become centralized (which is a major problem in the entire crypto space). So big thanks to the community and especially the devs!

Well, basically every time we jump in version we end up with a lot more than 6k lines of code to dig through from upstream... That's always going to be an issue for a downstream project. Every time I try to understand technically what the issue with segwit is, I don't get a lot of technical arguments that I can understand as an actual issue, let alone one that I can agree with. At least yours has a line count Smiley Beyond the politics and the concern trolling it's hard to argue with the technical expertise from upstream IMHO.

Thanks for your reply!

I guess there is often a ton of code to merge but I believe Segwit was by far the most complicated change which has had basically zero impact on the scaling problems that are now becoming very serious with the fees going parabolic and effectively locking up to 50% of coin inputs. BTC is bleeding while Greg is drinking "champaign", I don't think I wish to follow this genius any further down the road he is building...

It looks like people are taking in interest based on market demand...


You've lost me now... these projects have no shortage of questionable people surrounding them, I think it's best to try to ignore all of that and focus on implementation. You've given a line count now and say it's complicated. Can you point to where in that 6k line count it's complicated? Where it's not addressed in unit-testing? I need technical specifics to understand. Segwit is actually a very small part of this v0.14 update, a tightening of consensus rules / not a hard fork, and it's an optional type of transaction to boot.

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December 24, 2017, 06:05:03 PM
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Hi guys, is there a road map or something for this coin? Any on going developments?

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December 25, 2017, 03:02:17 AM
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Hi guys, is there a road map or something for this coin? Any on going developments?

It seems that this is it for now https://trello.com/b/BCamm97g/myriad-roadmap.

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December 25, 2017, 04:10:05 AM
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Andreas Antonopoulos aka "Bitcoin Jesus" talking about Myriad Coin back in 2014.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3j5jlB0mmQ&t=1h21m43s
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