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June 25, 2016, 06:12:33 AM
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http://mopedsports.com/

accept Orbitcoin as payment

so you invest in ORB get intrest over PoS like a bank sorry not more, and save for your moped. nice  Grin


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June 25, 2016, 06:20:24 AM
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your #OrBitcoin wallet is like an autonomous Bank with intrest, you can use @Cointopay @CoinPaymentsNET to buy things or pay bill's

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June 25, 2016, 09:57:17 AM
Last edit: June 25, 2016, 10:13:05 AM by rmd73
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http://mopedsports.com/

accept Orbitcoin as payment

so you invest in ORB get intrest over PoS like a bank sorry not more, and save for your moped. nice  Grin


Nice, but:
- "About Us", "Delivery Information", "Privacy Policy", "Terms an conditions"  pags are empty;
- Even if the address on the "Contact Us" page is real and the company seems to be legit, the lack of other info is... unpleasant;
- They aim to ship internationally but the flat rate of USD 5.00 barely covers domestic big envelope postage (if even so), not mentioning parcels;
...
I think it's an work in progress. Keep an eye on it, but just don't order there (do I need to say "don't pay"?) at least yet.
The website uses Coinpayments (coinpayments.net) for crypto.
L.E. I can't find ORB on https://www.coinpayments.net/supported-coins Sad

Orbitcoin (ORB) -- oRMG7Fdft6YiQbn9p9rZpo8VNab9gU3bv4 , OKcash (OK) -- PTiT97X9GkxESiWnpAHA5j46Wb7wz9zdTu ,
Europecoin (ERC) v3 -- EJZwagsubfxn1xeB4JmztAWitgTPty3FzN , BitSend (BSD) -- iMYtWqD3pPVcV4yo9okrN7gixvQ3nRYRnz
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June 25, 2016, 01:42:35 PM
Last edit: June 26, 2016, 03:32:45 AM by TvZ
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@Mario241077

That's a really nice store but as rmd73 said, they haven't any important information available.

Some days ago the ORB wallet (and some other wallets) were in maintenance at Coinpayments, but still listed.
Later the ORB wallet was online again but now it seems gone, like several other coins  Sad

There's a pretty high monthly volume needed to keep a coin listed at Coinpayments:

All coins are subject to delisting upon 90 days if minimum monthly volume is below $5,000 USD. Requested extensions can be purchased for $250 USD for an additional 90 days.

With the current price this means we need 5232 ORB every 3 months. That's 1745 ORB monthly x 3 = $250 / 90 days.

But we still have Cointopay. I spoke to the owner yesterday, he's a very nice and trustable guy and he will not delete Orbitcoin when the monthly volume is low  Smiley
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June 26, 2016, 01:00:25 PM
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Hi everyone,

I have a question about staking, I've read the FAQ but it is still unclear for me. Let say my balance is exactly 20 ORB, but received with different addresses, am I staking, or should I send myself those 20 ORB to stake ?
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June 26, 2016, 02:54:52 PM
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Hi everyone,

I have a question about staking, I've read the FAQ but it is still unclear for me. Let say my balance is exactly 20 ORB, but received with different addresses, am I staking, or should I send myself those 20 ORB to stake ?
Go to the "Wallet->Option" menu, then click on the "Display" tab. Make sure the "Enable the Coin Control (beta)" option is checked. Click "OK" and return to the main interface window.
Click on "Send" button. You should see a "Coin control" button on the right. Click it. That will open a new window in which you'll be able to see the "inputs" for each (ORB) address in your wallet.
Depending on the content of the "orbitcoin.conf" those inputs might be or not eligible to stake.
You should have at least something like that in that file:
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stakemindepth=5000
stakecombine=30
stakesplit=60

port=15298
rpcport=15299
rpcuser=orbitcoinrpc<or_whatever_username_you_prefer>
rpcpassword=<put_your_own_password_here>
addnode=seed0.orbitcoin.org:15298
addnode=seed1.orbitcoin.org:15298
That will tell the orbitcoin wallet app (or daemon) to combine smaller inputs up to 30 ORB in order to stake and to split inputs after they stake if they exceed 60 ORB. In an older thread (and another forum) there was a recommendation of stakecombine=20 and stakesplit=40 (without spaces, that's important), but at the current PoS difficulties... you'll have to wait quite a lot.
Anyway, 20 ORB is a quite small amount to stake. Get some more, say up to 1000 ORB, then split them in 31 inputs of 31 ORB each and an imput of 39 ORB, and let them just sit in your wallet for a few months. You'll see that the 39 ORB chunk will have slightly more chances to be elected for stake than its 31 ORB siblings, but on a much larger time interval, each ORB will be "equal" to the others Smiley

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On Windows (Vista and newer), orbitcoin.conf will be found in %userprofile%\AppData\Local\orbitcoin (i.e. c:\users\Lisa_nelson\AppData\Local\orbitcoin).
On Linux, you'll find it in /home/Lisa_Nelson/.orbitcoin/ (mind the dot, it's important).
Whatever you do, make sure you keep a (recent) backup of your wallet.dat file! Oh, and keep it safe (like the PIN on your creditcard) Wink

Orbitcoin (ORB) -- oRMG7Fdft6YiQbn9p9rZpo8VNab9gU3bv4 , OKcash (OK) -- PTiT97X9GkxESiWnpAHA5j46Wb7wz9zdTu ,
Europecoin (ERC) v3 -- EJZwagsubfxn1xeB4JmztAWitgTPty3FzN , BitSend (BSD) -- iMYtWqD3pPVcV4yo9okrN7gixvQ3nRYRnz
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June 26, 2016, 03:09:59 PM
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Hi everyone,

I have a question about staking, I've read the FAQ but it is still unclear for me. Let say my balance is exactly 20 ORB, but received with different addresses, am I staking, or should I send myself those 20 ORB to stake ?
Go to the "Wallet->Option" menu, then click on the "Display" tab. Make sure the "Enable the Coin Control (beta)" option is checked. Click "OK" and return to the main interface window.
Click on "Send" button. You should see a "Coin control" button on the right. Click it. That will open a new window in which you'll be able to see the "inputs" for each (ORB) address in your wallet.
Depending on the content of the "orbitcoin.conf" those inputs might be or not eligible to stake.
You should have at least something like that in that file:
Code:
stakemindepth=5000
stakecombine=30
stakesplit=60

port=15298
rpcport=15299
rpcuser=orbitcoinrpc<or_whatever_username_you_prefer>
rpcpassword=<put_your_own_password_here>
addnode=seed0.orbitcoin.org:15298
addnode=seed1.orbitcoin.org:15298
That will tell the orbitcoin wallet app (or daemon) to combine smaller inputs up to 30 ORB in order to stake and to split inputs after they stake if they exceed 60 ORB. In an older thread (and another forum) there was a recommendation of stakecombine=20 and stakesplit=40 (without spaces, that's important), but at the current PoS difficulties... you'll have to wait quite a lot.
Anyway, 20 ORB is a quite small amount to stake. Get some more, say up to 1000 ORB, then split them in 31 inputs of 31 ORB each and an imput of 39 ORB, and let them just sit in your wallet for a few months. You'll see that the 39 ORB chunk will have slightly more chances to be elected for stake than its 31 ORB siblings, but on a much larger time interval, each ORB will be "equal" to the others Smiley

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On Windows (Vista and newer), orbitcoin.conf will be found in %userprofile%\AppData\Local\orbitcoin (i.e. c:\users\Lisa_nelson\AppData\Local\orbitcoin).
On Linux, you'll find it in /home/Lisa_Nelson/.orbitcoin/ (mind the dot, it's important).
Whatever you do, make sure you keep a (recent) backup of your wallet.dat file! Oh, and keep it safe (like the PIN on your creditcard) Wink

Thanks for your explanations. If I understand it correctly, the deamon will automatically combine my inputs in order to stake ?
I wish I had a larger hardware to mine Orbitcoin, unfortunately I can't afford it right now :/
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June 26, 2016, 05:13:58 PM
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hm the next short squeeze ?? for German 2:0  Grin update 3:0






Sales down was very low




daily chart



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June 26, 2016, 05:52:26 PM
Last edit: June 26, 2016, 06:21:34 PM by Mario241077
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hey TvZ, you told me about charna wallet accept ORB https://charnawallet.biz/

charna wallet is a part of this https://cryptocapital.co/





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June 26, 2016, 06:00:39 PM
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charna wallet is a part of this https://cryptocapital.co/


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Swiss Franc    CHF    Hungarian Forint    HUF    Chinese Yuan Renminbi    CNY
British Pound    GBP    Polish Zloty    PLN    Indian Rupee    INR
Hong Kong $    HKD    Bulgarian Lev    BGN    Mauritian Rupee    MUR
Japanese Yen    JPY    Mexican Peso    MXN    Singapore Dollar    SGD
Thai Baht    THB    Czech Koruna    CZK    Israeli Shekel    ILS
Swedish Kroner    SEK    Danish Krone    DKK    Romanian Leu    RON
Canadian $    CAD    Norwegian Krone    NOK    Croatian Kuna    HRK
Australian $    AUD    Turkish Lira    TRY


Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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June 26, 2016, 06:36:01 PM
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Nice, but:
- "About Us", "Delivery Information", "Privacy Policy", "Terms an conditions"  pags are empty;
- Even if the address on the "Contact Us" page is real and the company seems to be legit, the lack of other info is... unpleasant;
- They aim to ship internationally but the flat rate of USD 5.00 barely covers domestic big envelope postage (if even so), not mentioning parcels;
...
I think it's an work in progress. Keep an eye on it, but just don't order there (do I need to say "don't pay"?) at least yet.
The website uses Coinpayments (coinpayments.net) for crypto.
L.E. I can't find ORB on https://www.coinpayments.net/supported-coins Sad

The last time was ORB under maintenance. I have contacted

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June 26, 2016, 06:55:59 PM
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nice statistics

http://cryptoguru.tk/Charts/index.php?Currency=ORB

PoS diff goes high

"proof-of-work" : 0.30075447,
"proof-of-stake" : 0.26912652,
"search-interval" : 3
was 0.30 today

ORB had 120,536 addresses


and you can see staking bonaza Wink


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June 26, 2016, 07:03:49 PM
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http://cryptoguru.tk/CurrencyInfo/index.php?Currency=ORB Wink

Block Explorer Info:
Chain Age:    1064.1 days.
AVG Block Time:    49 sec.
Difficulty Max:    9.25157314
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( this was in scrypt Wink )
Difficulty Min:    0.00024414
Transactions Pow:    1017177
Transactions Pos:    783086
Transactions Regular:    202558
Transactions Other/Unknown:    841064
Transactions Total:    2843885
Operations Funded:    4305240
Operations Empty:    290918
Operations Send:    2044238
Operations Receive:    2261002
Operations Total:    4596158
   
Money Supply:    2633250.18911400 ORB
Pow Generated Coins:    1769842.51447300 ORB (63.7568%)
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(staking bonanza, 2 years ago)
Pos Send:    34863443.68147800 ORB
Pos Receive:    35869528.37334100 ORB
Pos Generated Coins:    1006084.69186300 ORB (36.2432%)
Other Send:    0.00000000 ORB
Other Receive:    0.00000000 ORB
Other Generated Coins:    0.00000000 ORB (0%)
Regular Send:    760163885.10626800 ORB
Regular Receive:    760021208.08904500 ORB
Total Fee:    142677.01722200 ORB
Funded Addresses:    12769
Empty Addresses:    107767
Total Addresses:    120536

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June 26, 2016, 07:09:14 PM
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http://cryptoguru.tk/Calculator/index.php?Currency=ORB

nice too calc to other currencies

example 1 ORB = DGC: 3.22507893

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June 28, 2016, 02:13:42 AM
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ETH crash Wink

The DAO has crashed even more on a confirmed hack report. This technology is very experimental yet people throw millions their way.

Scanning Live Ethereum Contracts for the "Unchecked-Send" Bug

yes but the foundation want to do a hark fork because of the doa scam

The DAO is dead basically. What they attempt to do now is to prevent cashing out stolen DAO tokens for ETH. These tokens are frozen for 27 more days. The hacker will redeem them for ETH after in the absence of a hard fork.

There is another question. Are the ETH developers going to hard fork every time a large smart contract gets hacked or not? Whatever is the answer, it's no good. This isn't a decentralised network and definitely not autonomous.


ETH as a core computing platform is interesting, but it has not yet appealed to me because it has the ability to attack itself due to the ability to execute code. I mainly trade ORB and a few other coins on a daily bases. What we need is a solid community and a network of people willing to accept ORB for goods and services.

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Secret document: "European superstate" in planning
A real debt union, a common asylum and immigration policy and a common EU army: German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his French counterpart draw their own conclusions from the Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union referendum.
http://www.godmode-trader.de/artikel/geheimdokument-europaeischer-superstaat-nimmt-form-an,4750665
without me

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June 28, 2016, 11:29:53 AM
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Mario said, sell off  in the financial market

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Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union-whisper: Merkel, Juncker, Draghi and the Osborne Schorschi
Just as it also has a few minutes later then Angela Merkel be heard. But then Mutti was maternally strict: the discharge must have concrete consequences, they would accept no cherry-picking. But then the United Kingdom could only have full access to the EU market, if it accept the free movement, that is the free choice of employment (just in UK for EU citizens). Exactly the central theme of Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union Debate in UK had yet been - and that do not want the Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union advocates precisely. So if it goes badly for the British, they are required to accept the rules of the EU, especially the freedom of movement, but are still within the EU outside. Rarely so bitter laugh!

And then came Super Mario Draghi. The diverging policies of central banks generating uncertainty, the Mario. what does he mean with that? Either the Fed must again run QE and introduce negative interest rates, or the ECB should leave its QE and constantly talk about rate hikes, which are then, however, canceled at the last moment. Because in China, a bag of rice has fallen again. Or the manipulators of labor market statistics have beaten the last employment report as far down as compensation that they had many years previously beaten him up through voodoo categories as the Birth- / Death model.

But the Mario said today nothing for Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union, but a sentence that still resounds in our ears: in a global competitive devaluation would all lose. I beg your pardon? No Mario, we all know: it lose only the slower ones! And to those of Mario has not been heard for sure ..
http://finanzmarktwelt.de/brexit-gefluester-merkel-juncker-draghi-und-der-osborne-schorschi-36166/

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June 29, 2016, 07:04:32 AM
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Mario ‏@OrBitcoinLove 26. Juni

@CoinPaymentsNET hey guy's what's the problem with #Orbitcoin?
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@OrBitcoinLove No transactions in last 90days, this is our 2nd delisting of this coin, last time we brought it back on complementary bases.
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@CoinPaymentsNET ok but  your wallet was under maintenance lasts month.. No one could use this;) it's i little crzay decision, add again
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@OrBitcoinLove Np you have two choices here Smiley https://www.coinpayments.net/addcoin
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@CoinPaymentsNET that's a little scaming, nobody could use ORB and now and now should like to pay?


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June 29, 2016, 07:05:19 PM
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It's a pity that Coinpayments removed ORB and a lot of other coins.
Several services are using Coinpayments, like Fauceting, for them this is also an
unpleasant surprise, specially because Coinpayments didn't informed anyone!
When we pay Coinpayments they will add ORB again.
I.m.o. we should focus on Cointopay, that's what i gonna do anyway  Wink
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June 30, 2016, 09:58:25 AM
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It's a pity that Coinpayments removed ORB and a lot of other coins.
Several services are using Coinpayments, like Fauceting, for them this is also an
unpleasant surprise, specially because Coinpayments didn't informed anyone!
When we pay Coinpayments they will add ORB again.
I.m.o. we should focus on Cointopay, that's what i gonna do anyway  Wink

yes

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