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January 17, 2015, 07:16:51 PM
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I would have thought that Monero would appreciate against Bitcoin in times like these.
You have a different point of view.  But I asked a specific, practical question.  Can I send xmr?
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Last edit: February 28, 2015, 10:44:48 AM by David Latapie
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Two more entries in the moneroeconomy blog. https://moneroeconomy.com/blog. For the moment, entries are not on the main page, it may change if people consider it makes sense, even if blogs are personal posts (Monero news is the "news" tab). I remind you there is a forum too (https://moneroeconomy.com/forum), as well as a FAQ (https://moneroeconomy.com/faq-page) and a wiki (https://moneroeconomy.com/wiki which still needs some improvements).

A sample of the todo list:
- Reference section with link to reference page, as well as charts and tutorials <== you can help here!
- Listing external projectswith link to reference page, as well as charts <== you can help here!
- Internationalisation of key content
- Better highlight the differences between this website and the official Monero website. More advocacy articles
- Better carrousel

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January 17, 2015, 10:29:43 PM
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Two more entries in the xmrmonero blog. https://xmrmonero.com/blog. For the moment, entries are not on the

And I added a new article about Tippero. This site seems a good place to get to keep track of Monero related news at a glance. It should complement the ANN thread well - clean overview vs disjointed bazaar of details.

https://xmrmonero.com/


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January 17, 2015, 10:31:29 PM
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I have to say I think Tippero is awesome.

This is the kind of thing that can really make a coin stand out in a crowded space.

Nice work.


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January 17, 2015, 11:03:46 PM
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Saddam is currently giving away 1 XMR to the next 5 people to join #tippero on freenode!!

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edit: only 3 XMR left!!!

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January 17, 2015, 11:30:54 PM
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It would be awesome to have a decentralized prediction market with Monero. How hard would it be do something along these lines: http://www.augur.net/ ?
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January 18, 2015, 12:25:35 AM
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It would be awesome to have a decentralized prediction market with Monero. How hard would it be do something along these lines: http://www.augur.net/ ?

Hrm. This is interesting. Especially interesting for monero because one couldn't trace the payments / votes.

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January 18, 2015, 02:29:59 AM
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Development bond pays 8% annual interest in XMR in quarterly coupons, 5 year maturity.
Does it mean that I sell my XMR at present price and if in 5 years it they are worth less than 140% (plus compounded interest) of the current price, it is more profitable than to hold them, right? If this is the case, this means I should gamble that Monero won't be worth more than 0.0017 BTC in 5 years.

Or maybe I misunderstood something.

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January 18, 2015, 03:04:15 AM
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It would be awesome to have a decentralized prediction market with Monero. How hard would it be do something along these lines: http://www.augur.net/ ?

Hrm. This is interesting. Especially interesting for monero because one couldn't trace the payments / votes.

Many people will refrain from using prediction markets unless they can do so privately. The quality of predictions should be higher using a private payment method.
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January 18, 2015, 06:17:53 AM
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It would be awesome to have a decentralized prediction market with Monero. How hard would it be do something along these lines: http://www.augur.net/ ?

Hrm. This is interesting. Especially interesting for monero because one couldn't trace the payments / votes.

Many people will refrain from using prediction markets unless they can do so privately. The quality of predictions should be higher using a private payment method.

Good point.  Prediction markets, decentralized or not, are a brilliant use case for XMR.  I'm surprised nobody thought of it sooner!   Cool

A.  lobby existing prediction markets to accommodate XMR when KoziTwo's gateway is available
B.  incorporate the feature into our OpenBazaar fork
C.  create standalone FOSS
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D.   Huh


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January 18, 2015, 06:23:13 AM
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So glad to hear there is progress on the database. Thanks devs! I still have that donation waiting for you guys the moment it isn't a pain in the ass to get at my coins.  Smiley

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January 18, 2015, 09:34:08 PM
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So can the data from daemon be used to set up a graphical representation that shows the strength of the Monero network?  Like this example Bitcoin has https://getaddr.bitnodes.io/

This might be very helpful in seeing what geographical areas of the world need a node.  I'd be interested in donating to a project like this. 

I'd be interested in any thought anybody has.

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You can certainly take the data from the p2pstate.bin file and plot it on a map. Not every single single node will be there but many of them will.

So can the data from daemon be used to set up a graphical representation that shows the strength of the Monero network?  Like this example Bitcoin has https://getaddr.bitnodes.io/

This might be very helpful in seeing what geographical areas of the world need a node.  I'd be interested in donating to a project like this. 

I'd be interested in any thought anybody has.
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Good point.  Prediction markets, decentralized or not, are a brilliant use case for XMR.  I'm surprised nobody thought of it sooner!   Cool

A.  lobby existing prediction markets to accommodate XMR when KoziTwo's gateway is available
B.  incorporate the feature into our OpenBazaar fork
C.  create standalone FOSS
and/or
D.   Huh

D. Use bets to create "bounties" which benefit XMR.

For example:

"Will <marketplace/exchange/company> begin accepting XMR before Jan 1 2017?"

Most bets will be "no."  

The administrator bets yes, starts accepting XMR, and collects the fee. It's more fun than a bounty because anyone can take either side of the bet.

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January 19, 2015, 03:06:06 AM
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Development bond pays 8% annual interest in XMR in quarterly coupons, 5 year maturity.
Does it mean that I sell my XMR at present price and if in 5 years it they are worth less than 140% (plus compounded interest) of the current price, it is more profitable than to hold them, right? If this is the case, this means I should gamble that Monero won't be worth more than 0.0017 BTC in 5 years.

Or maybe I misunderstood something.


Considered as a bet, it is a wager that, perhaps partly as a result of the additional development funding, 140 XMR are worth more, discounted for 4.286 years avg. duration, than 2*100 = 200 XMR in hand.

Presently there are about 100k XMR in expressed interest.  I think 250k would be enough to justify the effort and custodial cost. 

To hedge will require buying 350k XMR.  Therefore, to avoid moving the market, I should prefer to denominate the bond in an aggregate of 70% XMR, 30% BTC.  Of course the added reserve demand will eventually push the market up a bit, but that is unavoidable.

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January 19, 2015, 04:56:37 AM
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Good morning, let's have a nice Monero day everybody.
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January 19, 2015, 08:15:10 AM
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What is the volume so low lately?

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January 19, 2015, 09:25:40 AM
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What is the volume so low lately?

I'd guess that the Poloniex owner adjusted his liquidity bot.

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Might be a bit of an ignorant question, but I can't seem to find this simple info anywhere (neither in OP nor on the rather broken monero website):

1) What is the smallest unit in monero? Is there an accepted name? Moneritos? Matoshis?

2) How much of these units make 1 monero?
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Might be a bit of an ignorant question, but I can't seem to find this simple info anywhere (neither in OP nor on the rather broken monero website):

1) What is the smallest unit in monero? Is there an accepted name? Moneritos? Matoshis?

2) How much of these units make 1 monero?

Re 2), I found it in the code:

Code:
// COIN - number of smallest units in one coin
#define COIN ((uint64_t)1000000000000) // pow(10, 12)

That means 1 Monero = 10^12 "picomoneros".

I guess that our friends under the imperial system strongly dislike picomoneros. Wink
(don't like it myself much, it's long and unwieldy)

So what are the other proposals?
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