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Author Topic: [Donated $2k+ To Charity] Clean Water Coin: A Crypto Charity (Pure PoS)  (Read 184605 times)
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March 31, 2014, 09:17:32 AM
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the blocks come out faster than plan , it's block 2,526 now, is that too fast ?
it's about 11 hours after launch , 2 minutes a block, it should be 330 in total ?

why so fast ?what's going on ?

looking forward an answer , i am a newbie to altcoins.

it started at around block 600 for public miners
dont know what was with earlier blocks (premine for IPO maybe?)

and it looks like the adaption of block difficulty was to slow for the big starting hashing power
so networked solved the low difficulty blocks faster than expected

now with higher difficulty block time seems to be at least close  to 2 min with 1min31sec

if on average block solving time will stay faster than 2 min i still see no big problem just adapt coin describtion
at the moment it look like 90 sec block time




thats from water.hashing.at:

Pool Hash Rate    1,041.201 MH/s
Pool Efficiency    98.34%
Current Active Workers    339
Current Difficulty    42.61724406
Est. Next Difficulty    27.94573381 (Change in 1 Blocks)
Est. Avg. Time per Round (Network)    1 minute 31 seconds
Est. Avg. Time per Round (Pool)    2 minutes 55 seconds
Est. Shares this Round    174560 (done: 33.7%)
Next Network Block    2570    (Current: 2569)
Last Block Found    2569
Time Since Last Block    1 minute 17 seconds

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March 31, 2014, 10:08:21 AM
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the blocks come out faster than plan , it's block 2,526 now, is that too fast ?
it's about 11 hours after launch , 2 minutes a block, it should be 330 in total ?

why so fast ?what's going on ?

looking forward an answer , i am a newbie to altcoins.

it started at around block 600 for public miners
dont know what was with earlier blocks (premine for IPO maybe?)

and it looks like the adaption of block difficulty was to slow for the big starting hashing power
so networked solved the low difficulty blocks faster than expected

now with higher difficulty block time seems to be at least close  to 2 min with 1min31sec

if on average block solving time will stay faster than 2 min i still see no big problem just adapt coin describtion
at the moment it look like 90 sec block time




thats from water.hashing.at:

Pool Hash Rate    1,041.201 MH/s
Pool Efficiency    98.34%
Current Active Workers    339
Current Difficulty    42.61724406
Est. Next Difficulty    27.94573381 (Change in 1 Blocks)
Est. Avg. Time per Round (Network)    1 minute 31 seconds
Est. Avg. Time per Round (Pool)    2 minutes 55 seconds
Est. Shares this Round    174560 (done: 33.7%)
Next Network Block    2570    (Current: 2569)
Last Block Found    2569
Time Since Last Block    1 minute 17 seconds
1 minutes 42 seconds now.
Its tuning to 2 minutes  Smiley

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March 31, 2014, 10:14:39 AM
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http://water.hashing.at/   can not open!!!!!!!!!!

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ETC:EMmU4g9kf7BkgRa4rCHkueEvu1WktCd9eb
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March 31, 2014, 10:15:14 AM
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WTB clean water coins pm me please !  Roll Eyes
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March 31, 2014, 10:15:36 AM
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Charts here: http://crypto-prices.com/WATER

Donate BTC: 1NRG17fYCNcfQvQHC3G9TUAowNKsM4oTWA
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March 31, 2014, 10:21:45 AM
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How are they calculating the price if it isn't on an exchange excuse me if this question seems dumb  Huh

Still WTB
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March 31, 2014, 10:23:01 AM
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We've still got 9 promocodes left for 0% pool fees, just sitting there, doing nothing..

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March 31, 2014, 10:25:43 AM
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http://water.hashing.at/   can not open!!!!!!!!!!

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March 31, 2014, 10:28:06 AM
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Reward System: Full Stratum/Vardiff system with PROP
Server Location: Europe
Pro Hardware: 10 Gb fiber optic connection
Storage: Fast ZFS based environment with SSD cache and 32 disks.
CPU: Xeon 64bit / 32 CPU cores
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March 31, 2014, 10:30:58 AM
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http://water.hashing.at/   can not open!!!!!!!!!!

Just restarted the servers. All stratum servers and the website are back to normal now.
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March 31, 2014, 10:49:12 AM
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http://water.hashing.at/   can not open!!!!!!!!!!

Just restarted the servers. All stratum servers and the website are back to normal now.

send you pm
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March 31, 2014, 10:50:44 AM
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WTS 25k, pm me offers
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March 31, 2014, 10:51:48 AM
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exchange

https://www.bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-WATER


Pls send me some Water: 5dszU6R9ZnCyRKgQgbT7gnsd8ZEetwykSq

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Btc: 1KGdGWgTzBcqRVe6wSTy9kArLY2unqCSAG
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March 31, 2014, 11:05:00 AM
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who can tell me how many waters i can get for 1m/day?  thank u so much.

help please , thank U.
About 500. Smiley


From block 0-50 payout will be 1 to ensure a fair launch
1,000 from block 2-7000 (payout)(later on a pool I seen)
(20,000)(1/√(Difficulty+500)) from block 7001-250,000
(15,000)(1/√(Difficulty+500)) from block 250,001-500,000
(10,000)(1/√(Difficulty+500)) from block 500,001+

So far I mined this scamcoin as I pointed out rewards are not right (fair launch let me tell ya how its going so far.
3.1484 coins total @ 512khash/sec.
Been mining for at least 3 hours or maybe a little more. The coins are not even confirmed.
Network Info
Difficulty      43.36666985
Est Next Difficulty      24.38803583
POS Rewards:

Fixed 8% beginning at block 7001-500,000
Fixed 7% beginning at block 500,000-1,000,000
Fixed 6% at 1,000,000-2,000,000
Fixed 2% at 2,000,000+
POS Schedule: Coins mature after 7 days

What is this? My coins gain interest 8%-etc?

Total coins = 1 billion.
I will find a better coin to mine than this considering my 3 hours of mining is only worth not even 1cent in usd http://crypto-prices.com/WATER
and this is not even an exchange/its not even traided on a exchange so how are the prices made? I say my 3 coins are worth $20,000 but will anyone buy these from me at my price? I didn't think so.

Water is the single most important necessity of life. For some of us, access to clean drinking water is as easy as turning on your faucet. But for nearly 1 BILLION people, clean water just isn’t available. In most cases, men, women, and children have one single source of water that is so polluted and contaminated it has become a poison. As a result, more than 4,000 people die EVERY DAY! 9/10 of deaths that are a result of unsafe and contaminated water are children under the age of 5. It’s difficult to fully comprehend that kind of devastation. But focusing on stats and merely discussing the issues won’t help, it’s time to actively participate.

Will you be removing all the fluoride poison they are putting in the drinking water around the world? If you will do this I can say the coin is better than nothing, but at the moment because of its "fair lauch" its basically a scamcoin.

I am not sure if living where I live at is better than dying at a younger age such as age 5. I live in Hell, internet barely usable, no economic development, people that have helped me get out of this trash dump so far = not even enough to count as their funds have equivocated to peanuts. Meanwhile i continue to keep getting fucked staying in this God forsaken shithole with basically no way out of Hell while the rest of the world goes on. So far been in this trash dump stuck about 22 years. I am not sure if living here is any better than dying by age 5, at least then I would be in heaven and would n't have to watch criminals and everyone else pass me by. I have asked God to help me for about 12 years and used to cry myself to sleep and did he do anything? Nope, still stuck in hell. I don't know how many times I asked but he has yet to get me out of this shithole and compensate me for my losses for my whole life or get me a high paying job, much less a job at all. The question arises is why did I get fucked my whole life and continue to get fucked? Would it not be better to prevent situations like my life repeating for other people rather than allowing them to grow up and suffer the same hardships I have faced and continue to face? I would only think it would be more right rather than prevent people from living the life I have had.
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March 31, 2014, 11:21:57 AM
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the first exchange for water, is it stable and safe engouh ?

Yes sir, we are built on Amazon AWS spread across many servers. We have been around longer than most of the other exchanges and we pride ourselves with customer service. Please have a look at our Bitcointalk thread linked below. If you have any suggestions we are always up for hearing them!


Our History and NEW market launch 2 days ago
Coin-Swap has been around since January and you can read our feedback thread for credibility. We just launched our NEW MARKET system on the 28th, so the system may appear empty but we have been an active exchange for over 2 months. Come check us out!

Attention Miners: AUTO-SELL
Miners! We have an auto-sell feature so you can set your mining pool address to your order address at Coin-Swap. This will continue to add what you mine to a single order instead of having an order open for each deposit. You can change the price of your order without having to cancel and create a new order. Simply change the price!

Immediate Payouts
As soon as your order executes, we send you your coins. We do this to minimize your risk. This is why you need to fill out both your WATER and BTC addresses in your profile.

How to get started at Coin-Swap
First you need to register: Register
Then you need to put in BOTH your WATER and BTC wallet addresses in your profile: Profile
Then to create an order you go to the market: WATER/BTC and set a price for your Buy or Sell order.

After you create your order
You will receive a popup with an address to send in your coins. Once received, your order is set. You can send in as many coins as you want to this address and it will list them at the price set for this order. If you send in more coins after the order is created, it'll add the additional coins to your balance. You can change the order price at any time. Unless you want multiple price entry points in the same market, you likely will only ever need one buy order and one sell order.

Contact Us
If you have any problems or questions about setting up an order please feel free to contact us! coinswapnet at gmail.com



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March 31, 2014, 11:34:26 AM
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No fix for the bug in the daemon yet? it refuses transaction over 15000, kills my cron.
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March 31, 2014, 11:45:03 AM
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STABLE POOL WITH EU AND US STRATUMS

http://water.mining-man.com

DDoS resistant dedicated servers
Payout cron run every minute
EU and US Stratum
1% fee
Dashboard stats updated every minute
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March 31, 2014, 11:54:42 AM
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The PLC #149 with transaction ID e6958489bf24f2326451e89ce84a6d12c1d3ada58a426068f537a7adfae797d0 with 13 BTC, did that not arrive after the coin was launched and IPO closed?

Or is this the "donation" you were talking about before so it is from the founders? But if I remember correctly the BTC raised should help fund the campaign and you should donate some amount according to how much was raised, but NOT buy half the PreLaunchCoins (IPO) with your BTC. Not sure how it was written before since it's removed from OP (anyone have a copy?) If it is so, then the investors only got half the amount of coins and this can be both good and bad depending on what the founders do with it.


Here are the PLC document: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqB4ucWZV4BfdE9HdVlNRGM5ZXB1UUQtbXdzYS1DckE&usp=sharing#gid=0

BTC: 1HrYtLWw3Gpt6gX9KqkmGy8mtdXZh8Nps
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March 31, 2014, 01:09:11 PM
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what does the number "1,492.38% Of Expected Shares" mean in official pool?
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March 31, 2014, 01:36:09 PM
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The PLC #149 with transaction ID e6958489bf24f2326451e89ce84a6d12c1d3ada58a426068f537a7adfae797d0 with 13 BTC, did that not arrive after the coin was launched and IPO closed?

Or is this the "donation" you were talking about before so it is from the founders? But if I remember correctly the BTC raised should help fund the campaign and you should donate some amount according to how much was raised, but NOT buy half the PreLaunchCoins (IPO) with your BTC. Not sure how it was written before since it's removed from OP (anyone have a copy?) If it is so, then the investors only got half the amount of coins and this can be both good and bad depending on what the founders do with it.


Here are the PLC document: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqB4ucWZV4BfdE9HdVlNRGM5ZXB1UUQtbXdzYS1DckE&usp=sharing#gid=0

interesting. ?
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