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December 17, 2018, 11:15:47 AM
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I find it convenient to create a cryptocurrency wallet, since I, as a user of a regular wallet, have become accustomed to storing cash and coins. At the same time, the recipient has one or more unique and publicly accessible addresses generated by the blockchain. The digital receiver is modern and fast.
I hold the same opinion. Moreover, coins accumulate in your wallet that you receive as a reward for owning masternods. By the way, this is a great option for investment, if you still do not know about it.
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December 17, 2018, 11:20:25 AM
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I find it convenient to create a cryptocurrency wallet, since I, as a user of a regular wallet, have become accustomed to storing cash and coins. At the same time, the recipient has one or more unique and publicly accessible addresses generated by the blockchain. The digital receiver is modern and fast.
I hold the same opinion. Moreover, coins accumulate in your wallet that you receive as a reward for owning masternods. By the way, this is a great option for investment, if you still do not know about it.
I know about this, but not as much as you think. As I understand it, masternodes perform some important tasks on the network, where they act as a server. Their work is performed 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. this is what makes them an attractive investment option.
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December 17, 2018, 11:25:12 AM
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but how are coins made? I think this is a rather complicated process. Surely masternodes have many other functions that are auxiliary and help to better navigate the platform. Do you think I am correct? Roll Eyes
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December 17, 2018, 11:30:29 AM
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but how are coins made? I think this is a rather complicated process. Surely masternodes have many other functions that are auxiliary and help to better navigate the platform. Do you think I am correct? Roll Eyes
the fact that auxiliary functions accelerate the process of interaction with the platform - this is true. I also agree that these functions help to better navigate the platform. Regarding the creation of coins, I will say that there is a method of mining coins, called PoS. have you heard anything about him? Wink
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December 17, 2018, 11:35:15 AM
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but how are coins made? I think this is a rather complicated process. Surely masternodes have many other functions that are auxiliary and help to better navigate the platform. Do you think I am correct? Roll Eyes
the fact that auxiliary functions accelerate the process of interaction with the platform - this is true. I also agree that these functions help to better navigate the platform. Regarding the creation of coins, I will say that there is a method of mining coins, called PoS. have you heard anything about him? Wink
undoubtedly, I heard. I even know how this process takes place: the rewards among the participants, more precisely, the coin holders, are distributed randomly. Rewards are implied for searching for blocks.
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December 17, 2018, 11:40:23 AM
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but how are coins made? I think this is a rather complicated process. Surely masternodes have many other functions that are auxiliary and help to better navigate the platform. Do you think I am correct? Roll Eyes
the fact that auxiliary functions accelerate the process of interaction with the platform - this is true. I also agree that these functions help to better navigate the platform. Regarding the creation of coins, I will say that there is a method of mining coins, called PoS. have you heard anything about him? Wink
undoubtedly, I heard. I even know how this process takes place: the rewards among the participants, more precisely, the coin holders, are distributed randomly. Rewards are implied for searching for blocks.
you are absolutely right. As a result, it turns out that anyone who has the necessary amount of coins for the implementation of a PoS can receive a reward. Based on my observations, this method is widely used among blockchain projects, especially where there are masternodes, and platforms use the P2P principle. Agree that it is convenient.
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December 17, 2018, 11:45:32 AM
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Do you mean the term "point-to-point", which is used in a computer network? This platform really uses this principle. It is useful where it is necessary to determine the value of transactions without intermediaries and involves the process of buying and selling without exchange.
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December 17, 2018, 11:50:26 AM
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Do you mean the term "point-to-point", which is used in a computer network? This platform really uses this principle. It is useful where it is necessary to determine the value of transactions without intermediaries and involves the process of buying and selling without exchange.
yes, despite the delicate and rather intimate theme of the platform, it has many advantages both in technical terms and in terms of the provision of services. And how often do you use the services of porn sites? Do you know that this industry is very popular both among fans of “hot” shows, and among professionals who know every nuance and every detail of such services and how their implementation takes place?
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December 17, 2018, 11:55:22 AM
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Do you mean the term "point-to-point", which is used in a computer network? This platform really uses this principle. It is useful where it is necessary to determine the value of transactions without intermediaries and involves the process of buying and selling without exchange.
yes, despite the delicate and rather intimate theme of the platform, it has many advantages both in technical terms and in terms of the provision of services. And how often do you use the services of porn sites? Do you know that this industry is very popular both among fans of “hot” shows, and among professionals who know every nuance and every detail of such services and how their implementation takes place?
if I'm not mistaken, then the porn industry ranks 7th in the entertainment ranking. I can not even imagine how much money is spinning in this business. By the way, I will add one remarkable detail: the platform SexyCam allows you to maintain the confidentiality of the network, which is very important for many fans.
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December 17, 2018, 12:00:26 PM
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if you mean the function of personal sending, which is provided by the masternodes? If yes, then an acquaintance told me about it. His friends were inspired by this platform in part because of this feature, because it really helps to preserve anonymity. Tell us how it works.
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December 17, 2018, 12:05:43 PM
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if you mean the function of personal sending, which is provided by the masternodes? If yes, then an acquaintance told me about it. His friends were inspired by this platform in part because of this feature, because it really helps to preserve anonymity. Tell us how it works.
here, in fact, everything is simple. if it is activated by the user, paying a small additional fee, it allows you to send crypto coins to the recipient in an anonymous way and, thus, provides another mechanism for maintaining confidentiality online. That is, anonymity is only the transfer of cryptocurrency to another person with an additional charge.
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December 17, 2018, 12:10:22 PM
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if you mean the function of personal sending, which is provided by the masternodes? If yes, then an acquaintance told me about it. His friends were inspired by this platform in part because of this feature, because it really helps to preserve anonymity. Tell us how it works.
here, in fact, everything is simple. if it is activated by the user, paying a small additional fee, it allows you to send crypto coins to the recipient in an anonymous way and, thus, provides another mechanism for maintaining confidentiality online. That is, anonymity is only the transfer of cryptocurrency to another person with an additional charge.
and yet, this is a useful feature. By the way, besides checking new blocks and transactions, masternody also provides instant and private transfer options to network users, which can be provided only by the active server.
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December 17, 2018, 12:15:17 PM
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well, these functions make a huge contribution to the cryptocurrency management system. And I forgot to add that, in addition to personal sending, there is such a function as instant sending. Its principle is similar to the previous function: for an additional fee, an instantaneous transfer is possible even before inserting a transaction record into the blockchain block.
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December 17, 2018, 12:20:14 PM
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well, these functions make a huge contribution to the cryptocurrency management system. And I forgot to add that, in addition to personal sending, there is such a function as instant sending. Its principle is similar to the previous function: for an additional fee, an instantaneous transfer is possible even before inserting a transaction record into the blockchain block.
as technology nevertheless advanced: notice that Internet service providers (centralized or decentralized) are now available, which offer registered users a medium of negotiation in which they can exchange between multiple cryptocurrencies or even paper-to-paper exchanges in money.
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December 17, 2018, 12:25:18 PM
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well, these functions make a huge contribution to the cryptocurrency management system. And I forgot to add that, in addition to personal sending, there is such a function as instant sending. Its principle is similar to the previous function: for an additional fee, an instantaneous transfer is possible even before inserting a transaction record into the blockchain block.
as technology nevertheless advanced: notice that Internet service providers (centralized or decentralized) are now available, which offer registered users a medium of negotiation in which they can exchange between multiple cryptocurrencies or even paper-to-paper exchanges in money.
in this case, in accordance with the intensity of the buying and selling forces, quotations are formed in currency pairs, such as the SXY / BTC pair (SexyCam vs Bitcoin). It seems that the SXY coin is more promising than it seems at first glance.
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December 17, 2018, 12:30:25 PM
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returning to the topic of masternodes, I would like to know where they came from? And the most interesting question: why should they be active 24 hours a day and 7 days a week? I asked this question a long time ago, but right now I will receive such an answer to it that will suit me.
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December 17, 2018, 12:35:13 PM
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returning to the topic of masternodes, I would like to know where they came from? And the most interesting question: why should they be active 24 hours a day and 7 days a week? I asked this question a long time ago, but right now I will receive such an answer to it that will suit me.
I was sure that you are aware of the history of the creation of masternods. Their creators - developers cryptocurrency DASH. They developed and adopted a network architecture based on masternodes (super nodes). This makes the network as a whole more resilient and resistant to possible attacks. And that is why they are on guard around the clock and always.
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December 17, 2018, 12:40:36 PM
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returning to the topic of masternodes, I would like to know where they came from? And the most interesting question: why should they be active 24 hours a day and 7 days a week? I asked this question a long time ago, but right now I will receive such an answer to it that will suit me.
I was sure that you are aware of the history of the creation of masternods. Their creators - developers cryptocurrency DASH. They developed and adopted a network architecture based on masternodes (super nodes). This makes the network as a whole more resilient and resistant to possible attacks. And that is why they are on guard around the clock and always.
and it was a great solution! You know, frankly, I did not believe in the success of the masternodes. As a result, many projects are interested in them. After all, with the help of them you can earn extra reward. But I do not quite understand, for what purpose do you need a pledge amount of coins on your wallet? Can you say something about this?
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December 17, 2018, 12:45:25 PM
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returning to the topic of masternodes, I would like to know where they came from? And the most interesting question: why should they be active 24 hours a day and 7 days a week? I asked this question a long time ago, but right now I will receive such an answer to it that will suit me.
I was sure that you are aware of the history of the creation of masternods. Their creators - developers cryptocurrency DASH. They developed and adopted a network architecture based on masternodes (super nodes). This makes the network as a whole more resilient and resistant to possible attacks. And that is why they are on guard around the clock and always.
and it was a great solution! You know, frankly, I did not believe in the success of the masternodes. As a result, many projects are interested in them. After all, with the help of them you can earn extra reward. But I do not quite understand, for what purpose do you need a pledge amount of coins on your wallet? Can you say something about this?
the essence of the pledge is that the investor should deposit and keep this amount of coins as a reserve. I understand that the purpose of storage is the future is a great opportunity to purchase a new masternode. In principle, there is nothing difficult in this, I believe.
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December 17, 2018, 12:50:10 PM
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if my memory serves me, the pledge amount of coins on the SexyCam platform is 1000. So the system requires it. I believe that this is an acceptable volume, which will then provide passive income in the future. I believe that the developers have tried their best.
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