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Author Topic: [ANN] Orbitcoin v1.6.3.0 ~ NeoScrypt ~ Green Stake ~ 8 Years Old  (Read 200393 times)
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March 26, 2017, 04:53:11 PM
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We all pay for the debt of others, long live the socialism, Eurobonds we come
But SUPI, I am looking forward to it, but really, always wanted to save Italian banks, oh what I say, the whole state. That makes me happy

The best is I ask my boss, if I can not work next week 50 hours, 10 I donate directly to Draghi and his ailing banks. Oh, I love to help so rich riches remain rich.


Said Ms Merkel, the old FDJ follower Wink "friendship" who does not understand it here https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freie_Deutsche_Jugend

Let us build a welfare state / sorry Europe .. in which politics determines what is going on in the media, do we have that today?

Sounds like Erich the old Haudegen (can't translate) haha ​​who does not understand it again https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erich_Honecker
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When do people wake up?

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Stronger, some, solidarity : 60 years after its beginnings, the European Union strives for a break-up mood.
http://Http://www.t-online.de/nachrichten/ausland/eu/id_80727114/zukunft-der-eu-fahrplan-fuer-kommende-10-jahre-beschlossen.html

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March 26, 2017, 04:58:10 PM
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12 hrs stochastics above the 30 points upwards broken, catch the SAR point above

Also an open GAP down in the 12 hourchart 995 - 990
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remains
The weekly chart shows an open GAP down at 1018 - 1012

I fear that after the euro 1.08 on a weekly basis could not hold the MIGHTY case + euro debt Bonds comes to Italy's mafia news


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EUR-USD: Important objection does not want to fall
24.03.2017 - 09:30 am (Advertising Announcement): After the test of the lower downtrend channel at the beginning of March, the euro was able to start a technical counteroffensive against the US dollar.
http://Https://www.ig.com/en/forex-news/2017/03/24/eur-usd-important-weights-will-not-fall-37420

22 clock today the market is up
http://Https://www.ig.com/de/ig-forex/eur-usd

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April 06, 2017, 10:14:56 PM
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Does anyone have a long list of nodes say 30-40? Perhaps a current blockchain? I tried the one for windows and its very old.

Vegas

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April 07, 2017, 12:10:31 PM
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Does anyone have a long list of nodes say 30-40? Perhaps a current blockchain? I tried the one for windows and its very old.

Vegas


14:10:07

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April 07, 2017, 12:12:47 PM
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or check here

50 Active Peers

https://www.coinexchange.io/network/peers/ORB

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April 07, 2017, 12:19:43 PM
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chain you can find here

Orbitcoin_blockchain_4-3-16.zip 786.0 MB

http://cryptochainer.com/dir/?page_id=365

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April 20, 2017, 02:18:09 PM
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@Ghostlander: It would be awesome if we can get the Multi-send + auto split feature added to the wallet (similar to the HYP wallet).

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April 20, 2017, 03:15:48 PM
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@Ghostlander: It would be awesome if we can get the Multi-send + auto split feature added to the wallet (similar to the HYP wallet).

i agree its also missing on HAL

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May 03, 2017, 11:25:40 AM
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Yes, so if someone buys 1000 ORB from an exchange, it's in their interests to send 20 ORB to themselves, 50 times? Rather than just leave it as a 1000 lump?
Yes, for maximum profit better split to 20-50 coins chunks.

Current wallet software could handle it automatically but it will take more time:
Each time PoS block is generated wallet check how old was input which generate this block.
And if age < maximum staking age (for Orbitcoin maximum age = 20 days while minimum age = 5 days) considers that this input was too large/above optimal size (for the current network PoS difficulty), and divides it by 2.
Ie 1000 coins sent in single transaction after the first finding of the PoS block (it will be on the 6th day - such large inputs generates PoS blocks very fast after reaching minimal staking age) will be split into two transactions of ~500 coins each. Or more precisely (1000 + 1 + tx fees if any) / 2 = 500.5 (+fees/2)

After this new 2 inputs(formed auto by wallet) found own PoS blocks (it near 10-12 days from original transaction) it will be split to 4 inputs (500.5+1)/2 = 250.75 coins each
And so on - until wallet split all incoming transaction into pieces of optimal size for current network difficulty (it is within range from 20 to 50 coins now, but can be higher if diff grows up enough)
So after some time all wallets used for active staking(PoS mining) ends in near same conditions and rate of PoS generations in long term depends only on total amount of coins in wallet, current PoS network difficulty and amount of time wallet running online staking - not matter if person just put coins by one large transaction or split to many small manually.

But at starting period (first few weeks) manually prepared wallet will generate more blocks(and coins to - because PoS reward in ORB is fixed, not % as it set in almost all other PoS coins).

is this still relevant? Or has it changed?

just wanting to know whether it is beneficial to break the amount into multiple 20 ORB addresses.

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May 04, 2017, 10:17:01 AM
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Bigger chunks normally stake a little faster but smaller chunks will also give a good stake result.
Staking with a fixed PoS reward is also a matter of luck, my experience is that sometimes a small
chunk of 30 ORB will stake faster than a chunk of 50+ ORB.
I have 50+ chunks that did a stake after only 24 hours... just a matter of luck... small chunks of
20 ORB will take mostly (much) longer is my experience...

I would recommend to use at least chunks of 40 ORB.

Nice to see the daily volume of ORB at Cryptopia.
Now the price of BTC is very high past days many other alts went down a lot, ORB still very stable Smiley

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May 04, 2017, 10:23:19 AM
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Now the price of BTC is very high past days many other alts went down a lot, ORB still very stable Smiley

ORB has been very stable during the years. I think it is EXTREMELY undervalue right now.

It could easily do a x10 or x20 if noticed by the masses of altcoin investors.

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May 04, 2017, 08:48:37 PM
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Bigger chunks normally stake a little faster but smaller chunks will also give a good stake result.
Staking with a fixed PoS reward is also a matter of luck, my experience is that sometimes a small
chunk of 30 ORB will stake faster than a chunk of 50+ ORB.
I have 50+ chunks that did a stake after only 24 hours... just a matter of luck... small chunks of
20 ORB will take mostly (much) longer is my experience...

I would recommend to use at least chunks of 40 ORB.

Nice to see the daily volume of ORB at Cryptopia.
Now the price of BTC is very high past days many other alts went down a lot, ORB still very stable Smiley



Nice one. Thanks mate. I guess there is no simple solution to this. I would have to send it to another wallet and send them back 40 by 40.

Cheers Smiley

P.S yeh its heaps nice seeing the progress of ORB.

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May 08, 2017, 04:26:27 PM
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Bigger chunks normally stake a little faster but smaller chunks will also give a good stake result.
Staking with a fixed PoS reward is also a matter of luck, my experience is that sometimes a small
chunk of 30 ORB will stake faster than a chunk of 50+ ORB.
I have 50+ chunks that did a stake after only 24 hours... just a matter of luck... small chunks of
20 ORB will take mostly (much) longer is my experience...

I would recommend to use at least chunks of 40 ORB.

Nice to see the daily volume of ORB at Cryptopia.
Now the price of BTC is very high past days many other alts went down a lot, ORB still very stable Smiley



Nice one. Thanks mate. I guess there is no simple solution to this. I would have to send it to another wallet and send them back 40 by 40.

Cheers Smiley

P.S yeh its heaps nice seeing the progress of ORB.

ORB has been kind over the years. Smiley

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May 21, 2017, 07:35:17 PM
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volume dried out? what happened? Huh
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May 22, 2017, 09:56:40 PM
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volume dried out? what happened? Huh

Think everyones been HODLing..  lol

Losing Bleutrade didn't help.  Topia is a good exchange, the others have such low volume of everything.
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May 24, 2017, 06:13:55 PM
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the dollar value is actually rising as BTC goes up and ORB is steady,
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May 24, 2017, 06:23:48 PM
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I think we'll have a wallet maintenance release the next month. That's good in general to update checkpoints, fix small bugs, etc. every few months even if nothing critical happened.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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May 24, 2017, 07:45:59 PM
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if you have ORB on https://poswallet.com/ remove your ORB NOW! over support

poswallet is not support ORB more.

for cloudmining via PoS use please

http://ispace.co.uk/

cheers Mario

http://ispace.co.uk/my-mining/pool-statistics?coin=orb&id=129
OrbitCoin POS Pool Statistics - Blocks
Block   Time   Confirmations   Difficulty   Shares   My Shares   Finder   Amount
2,173,401   23/05/2017 19:44:29   Confirmed   0.63103618   44,437,733   16,469,072   Marty19   1
2,172,960   23/05/2017 05:00:15   Confirmed   0.60114478   4,338,885   1,608,040   Marty19   1
2,172,913   23/05/2017 03:39:10   Confirmed   0.43956670   14,507,661   5,376,769   Marty19   1
2,172,783   22/05/2017 23:21:06   Confirmed   0.46768623   36,540,059   13,542,823   Marty19   1
2,172,465   22/05/2017 12:38:27   Confirmed   0.80293804   26,110,805   9,646,555   Marty19   1
2,172,220   22/05/2017 04:29:12   Confirmed   0.46374135   60,791,043   22,450,112   Marty19   1
2,171,130   20/05/2017 16:13:37   Confirmed   0.83881579   71,566,392   26,464,580   Marty19   1
2,170,952   20/05/2017 10:19:05   Confirmed   0.44270235   23,296,252   8,615,577   Marty19   1
2,170,685   20/05/2017 01:23:44   Confirmed   0.40554840   7,301,291   2,700,152   Marty19   1.001
2,170,595   19/05/2017 22:39:06   Confirmed   0.40894200   33,289,974   12,311,980   Marty19   1
2,170,257   19/05/2017 11:42:21   Confirmed   0.41859886   274,830   101,640   Marty19   1
2,170,253   19/05/2017 11:36:49   Confirmed   0.34414763   72,446,958   26,793,542   Marty19   1
2,169,583   18/05/2017 13:27:24   Confirmed   0.78858071   9,085,573   3,360,113   Marty19   1
2,169,493   18/05/2017 10:44:31   Confirmed   0.53196584   26,929,643   9,959,075   Marty19   1
2,169,230   18/05/2017 02:35:38   Confirmed   0.57648156   52,368,673   19,795,887   Marty19   1
2,168,896   17/05/2017 15:09:49   Confirmed   0.40600316   93,068,369   35,208,253   Marty19   1
2,167,985   16/05/2017 09:16:44   Confirmed   0.44497179   13,999,647   5,296,163   Marty19   1
2,167,853   16/05/2017 05:00:29   Confirmed   0.37034421   141,848,828   53,663,341   Marty19   1

 Request OrbitCoin POS Withdrawal
Deposits:   6,240.00000
Earnings:   116.63192
Withdrawals:   0.00000
Balance:   6,356.63192

I was never able to deposit ORB to POSW.   The wallet was in maintenance forever, despite their not being any issues with ORBs chain and plenty of active nodes.

I provided an add node list to POSW so they could get the wallet up again.

You're welcome.   Smiley

ORB's a good coin.  One of my favorites out of the 130+ different currencies I trade / hodl and has one of the best POS hybrid systems of any coin that I've played with.  What I don't get it why such lack of interest if someone would want to try and explain that to me.  Is it because there aren't 100,000,000 or billions of ORB's to generate a fuckton of volume?

Seems to be that the currencies with a lower coin supply struggle more than those with high inflation due to there being a lower trade volume which causes exchanges to cast it aside, which really hurts the coin more than anything else.  It's not like its a high maintence coin either despite it using a lot of memory when staking.  The wallet itself has been functioning seamlessly.


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May 24, 2017, 08:01:19 PM
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  What I don't get it why such lack of interest if someone would want to try and explain that to me.  Is it because there aren't 100,000,000 or billions of ORB's to generate a fuckton of volume?

Seems to be that the currencies with a lower coin supply struggle more than those with high inflation due to there being a lower trade volume which causes exchanges to cast it aside, which really hurts the coin more than anything else.  It's not like its a high maintence coin either despite it using a lot of memory when staking.  The wallet itself has been functioning seamlessly.
its probably more due to lack of information, i think most people investing into cryptos dont know much about ORB
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May 27, 2017, 12:37:31 AM
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I think we'll have a wallet maintenance release the next month. That's good in general to update checkpoints, fix small bugs, etc. every few months even if nothing critical happened.


Ghostlander, You can create an autocorrection for unstaked coin's

A schedule for "repair wallet"?

An automatic wallet repair? I'd prefer not to do anything on wallets without user consent.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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