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Author Topic: ★★★★ [CAIx] ★ First 100% PoS At Launch ★ PSP ★★★★  (Read 416240 times)
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June 13, 2014, 08:56:15 PM
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Some crazy things happened on craptsy, I am surprised Huh

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June 14, 2014, 12:24:15 AM
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Random staking question....

So if CAIx has an annual inflation/interest rate of 5% a year, and I am staking with 1000 coins, and hypothetically I was the ONLY person staking, would that mean at the end of the year I would earn 50 coins, or (1.6M x 5%) = 80,000? 

Or asked another way, if I staked for a year, 5% is the minimum rate based on if everyone is staking?  And you get a higher rate when fewer people are staking?

Thanks!
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June 14, 2014, 01:58:18 AM
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You only gain interest on the coins that are proven to be yours ie. the ones in your wallet.
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June 14, 2014, 07:45:59 AM
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Sorry for a simple question. I'm undermining of http://caixpool.com. I wanted to know how it worked, that is, the Caixcoin take them and undermining other currencies are converted to Caix? Also how many coins it takes to form a Caix on caix.multipool.com? help me to understand Cheesy
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June 14, 2014, 08:21:00 AM
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Random staking question....

So if CAIx has an annual inflation/interest rate of 5% a year, and I am staking with 1000 coins, and hypothetically I was the ONLY person staking, would that mean at the end of the year I would earn 50 coins, or (1.6M x 5%) = 80,000? 

Or asked another way, if I staked for a year, 5% is the minimum rate based on if everyone is staking?  And you get a higher rate when fewer people are staking?

Thanks!

You get a 5% annual interest on the coins that are staking, so if you're constantly staking with 1000 coins you would gain +- 50 coins in one year.

Sorry for a simple question. I'm undermining of http://caixpool.com. I wanted to know how it worked, that is, the Caixcoin take them and undermining other currencies are converted to Caix? Also how many coins it takes to form a Caix on caix.multipool.com? help me to understand Cheesy

Please read this announcement on our multipool: https://www.caixboard.com/threads/06-04-2014-initial-node-count-multipool-upgrade-and-foundation-members.58/
The multipool mines the most profitable coin, sells this to BTC and with that BTC it buys CAIx Wink, so you are paid out in CAIx.
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June 14, 2014, 08:26:31 AM
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Sorry for a simple question. I'm undermining of http://caixpool.com. I wanted to know how it worked, that is, the Caixcoin take them and undermining other currencies are converted to Caix? Also how many coins it takes to form a Caix on caix.multipool.com? help me to understand Cheesy

On caixpool you mine for other coins, these are traded at some point for CAIx which then gets paid to your wallet.

Despite the notice on the caixpool homepage, payments are still not going through correctly though (don't worry, your mined coins are safe!) - I'm sure paraflux will have a look into it at some point when he gets chance! (I'll send him a PM)

Stuhlman and the CAIx team are working on a new multipool - details will be announced in the next couple of weeks.
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June 14, 2014, 01:05:35 PM
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Don't forget about our contest! Keep guessing Wink

Dear CAIx community,

As you probably realise, the CAIx dev team is giving away 14 BTC in dividends at the end of June.
All our loyal holders will be rewarded by a dividend that is determined by their node coins in their staking wallets.

The foundation would like to start a little contest around the dividend program.
We've now had two node counts, the last count resulting in 769 000 total node coins.

But, what will this number be at the end of the dividend program on 06/30/2014?
Well, it's up to you to guess!

The person that is closest to the actual number gets a prize of 100 CAIx, donated by the CAIx Foundation.
You can enter the contest by replying on the Bitcointalk.org CAIx thread.

Rules:
- You can only reply ONCE. I will keep a ledger containing who replied which value.
- The same value can not be guessed twice, so make sure you reply with an unique number.
- ALL community members can participate, except for CAIx Foundation members ofcourse.
- Your reward will be given to you after the dividend program is officialy over and the last node count has been completed.

Good luck!

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June 14, 2014, 04:56:11 PM
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Whats up with the multi-pool, why is it going so slow on payouts? Other multi-pools payout every 4 hours, but here I haven't gotten a payout in 6 days.

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June 14, 2014, 05:13:03 PM
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Whats up with the multi-pool, why is it going so slow on payouts? Other multi-pools payout every 4 hours, but here I haven't gotten a payout in 6 days.

Brioche please read our previous statement: https://www.caixboard.com/threads/06-04-2014-initial-node-count-multipool-upgrade-and-foundation-members.58/
We advise you to mine the most profitable coin and buy CAIx with those profits untill our own multipool is ready Smiley.
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June 14, 2014, 05:30:43 PM
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Whats up with the multi-pool, why is it going so slow on payouts? Other multi-pools payout every 4 hours, but here I haven't gotten a payout in 6 days.

Brioche please read our previous statement: https://www.caixboard.com/threads/06-04-2014-initial-node-count-multipool-upgrade-and-foundation-members.58/
We advise you to mine the most profitable coin and buy CAIx with those profits untill our own multipool is ready Smiley.

Would it be possible to get a manual payout of the Myriad coins I mined at the multipool?

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June 14, 2014, 05:49:32 PM
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Whats up with the multi-pool, why is it going so slow on payouts? Other multi-pools payout every 4 hours, but here I haven't gotten a payout in 6 days.

Brioche please read our previous statement: https://www.caixboard.com/threads/06-04-2014-initial-node-count-multipool-upgrade-and-foundation-members.58/
We advise you to mine the most profitable coin and buy CAIx with those profits untill our own multipool is ready Smiley.

Would it be possible to get a manual payout of the Myriad coins I mined at the multipool?

If you are able to contact paraflux and send him your CAIx wallet address I'm sure he can work something out.
We are unable to contact him. As stated in the announcement, we have have no access to the payout system.
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June 15, 2014, 12:14:07 AM
Last edit: June 15, 2014, 12:35:54 AM by Grifftech2k4
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June 15, 2014, 12:37:53 AM
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Dear CAIx community,

Today we have some screenshots of our upcomming wallet update for you.
Please note that this GUI is currently a "developer version" and it is still subject to change.











Devs are currently working very hard to get every feature ready for release. We want everything to be perfect before we release it, so no ETA at this moment.
Hope you like it!

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June 15, 2014, 12:42:09 AM
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Dear CAIx community,

Today we have some screenshots of our upcomming wallet update for you:



Devs are currently working very hard to get every feature ready for release. We want everything to be perfect before we release it, so no ETA at this moment.
Hope you like it!


At least acknowledge Silkcoin and give the devs a nod.

Making it sound like the CAIx devs has been working "hard" to create this and passing off as your own is not cool.

Shows your character right there.

Just saying...
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June 15, 2014, 12:43:20 AM
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Dear CAIx community,

Today we have some screenshots of our upcomming wallet update for you:











Devs are currently working very hard to get every feature ready for release. We want everything to be perfect before we release it, so no ETA at this moment.
Hope you like it!


How hard is it to add some CSS changes to the Silkcoin wallet?  
Change a color here, an image there... Slap on a new name, and PRESTO... Too funny.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=599438.0
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June 15, 2014, 12:48:20 AM
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I agree.... I mean everyone knows it's from SC. Really not cool at all....
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June 15, 2014, 12:49:45 AM
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Dam straight copied silkcoin,couldn't even change the font or the borders.Devs are fucking garbage,can't even give credit to silk coin devs.My ass working hard,simple copy and paste.
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June 15, 2014, 01:43:39 AM
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Dam straight copied silkcoin,couldn't even change the font or the borders.Devs are fucking garbage,can't even give credit to silk coin devs.My ass working hard,simple copy and paste.

It is only base for CAIx wallet i think Smiley, and will be developed. LTC, DOGE has BTC copy and is doing good like a lot of other coins. So what is the problem? SC wallet has issue with IRC, do not have mintpal and cryptsy implemented but CAIx will have as more new feauters. Wallet gui is only tool for coin management there is a lot of more important things than GUI.

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June 15, 2014, 03:10:48 AM
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What color will your camel be? If you say black, I might invest.


(edit because this is the internets: please note this is sarcasm)
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June 15, 2014, 01:51:57 PM
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HELP! HELP!

I still got CAI (NOT CAIX) on the mining pool(http://caishen.nitro.org/). Please get me informed on how should I transit them into CAIX so that I can trade on exchanges.

Many thanks!!

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