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July 06, 2019, 07:39:31 AM
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I have an old keys file from June 2014, can I still import those private keys into the latest BBR wallet?
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July 06, 2019, 04:38:56 PM
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I have an old keys file from June 2014, can I still import those private keys into the latest BBR wallet?

i believe so yes i would save a copy of it as a backup then try to import
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July 06, 2019, 07:04:05 PM
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Installed latest zano wallet on win10 x64. No antivirus softwore installed. BBR wallet works fine. When I am trying to startup the Zano wallet it's hanging for a while, after few minutes it's close itself. What should I do now? I want to swap my BBR coins.
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July 08, 2019, 12:58:34 AM
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Installed latest zano wallet on win10 x64. No antivirus softwore installed. BBR wallet works fine. When I am trying to startup the Zano wallet it's hanging for a while, after few minutes it's close itself. What should I do now? I want to swap my BBR coins.

Try asking on zano discord .... link on the OP.  Smiley

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July 08, 2019, 12:07:27 PM
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I have an old keys file from June 2014, can I still import those private keys into the latest BBR wallet?

You should not have any problem with opening an old wallet in last Boolberry software.

Installed latest zano wallet on win10 x64. No antivirus softwore installed. BBR wallet works fine. When I am trying to startup the Zano wallet it's hanging for a while, after few minutes it's close itself. What should I do now? I want to swap my BBR coins.

You can report this problem here: https://jira.hyle.io/secure/CreateIssue!default.jspa or write me a personal message in Discord https://discord.gg/wE3rmYY (i'm crypto_zoidberg there).
Please provide a full description of the problem, including operating system version, amount of physical RAM, CPU and most important - please attach log file (https://docs.zano.org/docs/reporting-issues)


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July 09, 2019, 11:50:07 AM
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Some questions:

3.6m BBR have been swapped to Zano so far. If only 6m BBR in total are swapped, then you will burn the remaining unclaimed 7.8m Zano from the swap pool.
After the burn, the usable supply would be around 9.8m making the premine of 3.69m around 37% of the usable supply. Plus you will be staking the premine as previously stated.

  • Will you burn a proportionate amount of the premine to bring it down to 20% of the usable supply?
  • Who controls the premined Zano?
  • Are they in a multisig address?
  • Will any of the premine be locked for any period of time or is it all immediately spendable?
  • Who decides how they are spent/distributed?
  • Will you be selling any of the premine (privately or publicly) to get funds in fiat or Bitcoin?

Thanks.

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July 09, 2019, 12:49:55 PM
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Some questions:

3.6m BBR have been swapped to Zano so far. If only 6m BBR in total are swapped, then you will burn the remaining unclaimed 7.8m Zano from the swap pool.
After the burn, the usable supply would be around 9.8m making the premine of 3.69m around 37% of the usable supply. Plus you will be staking the premine as previously stated.

  • Will you burn a proportionate amount of the premine to bring it down to 20% of the usable supply?
  • Who controls the premined Zano?
  • Are they in a multisig address?
  • Will any of the premine be locked for any period of time or is it all immediately spendable?
  • Who decides how they are spent/distributed?
  • Will you be selling any of the premine (privately or publicly) to get funds in fiat or Bitcoin?

Thanks.

Hi OrsonJ!

Thank you for your questions, I believe a most of Zano holders/supporters interested to get answers to these questions and it's important to make this clear and transparent.
We preparing a post about premine structure on medium and will publish it in next days, but I'm happy to write answers here on bitcointalk.


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Will you burn a proportionate amount of the premine to bring it down to 20% of the usable supply?
No. We won't burn premined coins from dev fund, finance structure will be explained in post that I mentioned, but basically, we need to get the number of coins mined from dev fund to cover development, marketing, and PR expenses.

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Who controls the premined Zano?
Zano premine is controlled by Zano Foundation, which consists of founders and advisers(team and advisers will be also published on the website in next days).

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Are they in a multisig address?
The nature of multisig is not allowing to do autonomous PoS mining.
 
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Will any of the premine be locked for any period of time or is it all immediately spendable?
All coins that supposed to be involved in PoS mining can't be locked, because the actual process of creating PoS block is basically sending a coin to yourself in coinbase transaction.

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Who decides how they are spent/distributed?
As it was answered in another question, Zano premine is controlled by Zano Foundation, but most of the development funds are planned to keep as an asset for generating coins. This provides us a long term source of financial support for the project.

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Will you be selling any of the premine (privately or publicly) to get funds in fiat or Bitcoin?
It's possible, we probably would consider this type of deals for some potential partners, but these deals(if it happens) will be public and transparent.



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July 09, 2019, 03:50:43 PM
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Some questions:

3.6m BBR have been swapped to Zano so far. If only 6m BBR in total are swapped, then you will burn the remaining unclaimed 7.8m Zano from the swap pool.
After the burn, the usable supply would be around 9.8m making the premine of 3.69m around 37% of the usable supply. Plus you will be staking the premine as previously stated.

  • Will you burn a proportionate amount of the premine to bring it down to 20% of the usable supply?
  • Who controls the premined Zano?
  • Are they in a multisig address?
  • Will any of the premine be locked for any period of time or is it all immediately spendable?
  • Who decides how they are spent/distributed?
  • Will you be selling any of the premine (privately or publicly) to get funds in fiat or Bitcoin?

Thanks.

Hi OrsonJ!

Thank you for your questions, I believe a most of Zano holders/supporters interested to get answers to these questions and it's important to make this clear and transparent.
We preparing a post about premine structure on medium and will publish it in next days, but I'm happy to write answers here on bitcointalk.


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Will you burn a proportionate amount of the premine to bring it down to 20% of the usable supply?
No. We won't burn premined coins from dev fund, finance structure will be explained in post that I mentioned, but basically, we need to get the number of coins mined from dev fund to cover development, marketing, and PR expenses.

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Who controls the premined Zano?
Zano premine is controlled by Zano Foundation, which consists of founders and advisers(team and advisers will be also published on the website in next days).

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Are they in a multisig address?
The nature of multisig is not allowing to do autonomous PoS mining.
 
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Will any of the premine be locked for any period of time or is it all immediately spendable?
All coins that supposed to be involved in PoS mining can't be locked, because the actual process of creating PoS block is basically sending a coin to yourself in coinbase transaction.

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Who decides how they are spent/distributed?
As it was answered in another question, Zano premine is controlled by Zano Foundation, but most of the development funds are planned to keep as an asset for generating coins. This provides us a long term source of financial support for the project.

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Will you be selling any of the premine (privately or publicly) to get funds in fiat or Bitcoin?
It's possible, we probably would consider this type of deals for some potential partners, but these deals(if it happens) will be public and transparent.




Thanks crypto_zoindberg. What you say about not being able to lock or use a multisig address for coins that are staking makes sense. Will you have to take any special measures to ensure the security of the premine?

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July 10, 2019, 03:55:20 PM
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Thanks crypto_zoindberg. What you say about not being able to lock or use a multisig address for coins that are staking makes sense. Will you have to take any special measures to ensure the security of the premine?

Well, we as much concerned about the safety of our main assets, so I don't even think that it's a good idea to share any details about special measures.


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July 10, 2019, 07:07:54 PM
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Post with description of premine structure:

https://medium.com/@zano_project/zano-development-fund-breakdown-5d320a6a88f2




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July 11, 2019, 05:56:40 PM
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Thanks crypto_zoindberg. What you say about not being able to lock or use a multisig address for coins that are staking makes sense. Will you have to take any special measures to ensure the security of the premine?

Well, we as much concerned about the safety of our main assets, so I don't even think that it's a good idea to share any details about special measures.



I appreciate you wouldn't want to give out any specific details of technological measures you might want to take. My point is, without multisig or time-locks isn't it difficult to ensure that no one individual is in a position to steal the funds (or fake their theft) and pull an exit scam once the coin hits a certain value?  Obviously you might reply that we should feel confident placing our trust in the fine upstanding people of the Zano Foundation... and that may be true, but something requiring a little less trust would be preferable and would help ease my worried mind.

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July 11, 2019, 06:00:23 PM
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Thanks for the report on the development fund by the way. The fact that you're thinking about the long-term funding of the project definitely inspires confidence.

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July 11, 2019, 06:34:02 PM
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Thanks crypto_zoindberg. What you say about not being able to lock or use a multisig address for coins that are staking makes sense. Will you have to take any special measures to ensure the security of the premine?

Well, we as much concerned about the safety of our main assets, so I don't even think that it's a good idea to share any details about special measures.



I appreciate you wouldn't want to give out any specific details of technological measures you might want to take. My point is, without multisig or time-locks isn't it difficult to ensure that no one individual is in a position to steal the funds (or fake their theft) and pull an exit scam once the coin hits a certain value?  Obviously you might reply that we should feel confident placing our trust in the fine upstanding people of the Zano Foundation... and that may be true, but something requiring a little less trust would be preferable and would help ease my worried mind.

At this moment we are considering to implement a feature with upcoming hardfork, which let keep locked money available for PoS mining in some specific way: after creating PoS block asset that was used for it will remain locked, but reward will be issued as a regular(unlocked) coins. This will let us lock dev funds for a certain period of time but still doing PoS mining from this and use it to cover expends.

But the decision is not made yet, we do consultations and reviewing code, need to find out how much time needed to implement everything related to this, beside what is already planned regarding PoS improvements.



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July 12, 2019, 10:16:02 AM
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Thanks crypto_zoindberg. What you say about not being able to lock or use a multisig address for coins that are staking makes sense. Will you have to take any special measures to ensure the security of the premine?

Well, we as much concerned about the safety of our main assets, so I don't even think that it's a good idea to share any details about special measures.



I appreciate you wouldn't want to give out any specific details of technological measures you might want to take. My point is, without multisig or time-locks isn't it difficult to ensure that no one individual is in a position to steal the funds (or fake their theft) and pull an exit scam once the coin hits a certain value?  Obviously you might reply that we should feel confident placing our trust in the fine upstanding people of the Zano Foundation... and that may be true, but something requiring a little less trust would be preferable and would help ease my worried mind.

At this moment we are considering to implement a feature with upcoming hardfork, which let keep locked money available for PoS mining in some specific way: after creating PoS block asset that was used for it will remain locked, but reward will be issued as a regular(unlocked) coins. This will let us lock dev funds for a certain period of time but still doing PoS mining from this and use it to cover expends.

But the decision is not made yet, we do consultations and reviewing code, need to find out how much time needed to implement everything related to this, beside what is already planned regarding PoS improvements.




Great! I hope you can figure something out, it sounds like the ideal solution. Thanks for taking the time to answer all my questions.

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July 13, 2019, 08:22:59 AM
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Great! I hope you can figure something out, it sounds like the ideal solution. Thanks for taking the time to answer all my questions.

Sure, thank you for interest to the project and bringing up these important questions.

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July 15, 2019, 05:07:56 PM
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Trading is now live at Stex. It was previously known as Stocks.exchange and I've used it since late 2017.

https://app.stex.com/en/basic-trade/pair/BTC/ZANO?ref=18645393

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July 17, 2019, 09:51:28 AM
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Still less than half of all BBR swapped. Anyone have any idea how much is stuck on Poloniex?

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July 26, 2019, 06:28:18 AM
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Don't worry if you miss the Swap!
You can trade BBR to Zano at MercuriEX.com
mercuriex.com/trade/#pair=bbr.zano

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July 29, 2019, 06:13:03 AM
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1 day 5 hours left to swap your BBR to Zano.

https://medium.com/@zano_project/coinswap-launch-b76e78192366

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Dear friends!
We had stopped coinswap service and updated BBR daemon on STEX and BTC-ALPHA so swap operations won't be possible there any longer.
Coinswap is officially over, glad to see every new Zano holder! Congrats!


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