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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1104674 times)
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April 12, 2018, 06:05:42 AM
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say i have 1000 clams and i open it for stake how much would be that for 24h ?

There is meant to be one block per minute, each staking 1 new CLAM. So 1440 CLAMs per day.

You should earn your fair share. There's probably about 1.5 million CLAMs trying to stake, so you'd stake about 1000*1440/1500000 ~= 1 CLAM per day.

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April 12, 2018, 03:04:48 PM
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There is meant to be one block per minute, each staking 1 new CLAM. So 1440 CLAMs per day.

You should earn your fair share. There's probably about 1.5 million CLAMs trying to stake, so you'd stake about 1000*1440/1500000 ~= 1 CLAM per day.
So the bit, doge and litecoin holders were initially given 4.6 clam coins.
And in just one minute you can earn ~22% of the coins people receive?

Fair distribution my *ss.
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April 12, 2018, 04:16:25 PM
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Who buys this garbage, and why?

Honestly, you have zero real-world adoption, you have some of the biggest snakes on the forum constantly shilling for it, trying to trick noobs into buying it like it were some sort of haphazard ponzi scheme, and the biggest bump you got is when Stephen Colbert made fun of it as an example of how crypto kids will buy anything.

Oooh you can stake it and get free Clams.... but only if you buy a shitload first.  Roll Eyes How retarded are people becoming?

This coin is the essence of a Ponzi scheme, people.



All you asses that just feed off the greed of others truly learned nothing about what crypto is supposed to be about: helping to reshape finance in favor of the general public.... NOT using it as an excuse to legally skirt crimes that would result in hard prison time if you were dealing in fiat.

Give me one reason to buy this coin. Other than because I can buy it on Cryptopia and sell it on Polo for a tidy 5% arb profit.

This message is just a friendly Public Service Announcement. Sincerely,

Uncle Nutildah

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April 12, 2018, 06:27:24 PM
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If you owned Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin on May 12, 2014 then your address was given free clams.

There were 3,208,032 sets of 4.60545574 CLAM given away across on those three networks.

People would be MUCH better digging their free CLAMS than buying.... you do not have to buy this coins to become involved.

Ponzis are based on someone's promise of payout out... no one is paying out here like that.  You have no promise and you don't have to come play ball either if you don't want to.  The market is what the market is.  Anyone can contribute (if you can fucking stand to use these shitcoin exchanges).

Your free clams will be there forever... so if you ever "get it" then you can come on over. <3

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April 12, 2018, 06:36:27 PM
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Who buys this garbage, and why?

Honestly, you have zero real-world adoption, you have some of the biggest snakes on the forum constantly shilling for it, trying to trick noobs into buying it like it were some sort of haphazard ponzi scheme, and the biggest bump you got is when Stephen Colbert made fun of it as an example of how crypto kids will buy anything.

Oooh you can stake it and get free Clams.... but only if you buy a shitload first.  Roll Eyes How retarded are people becoming?

This coin is the essence of a Ponzi scheme, people.

https://i.imgur.com/RObomlw.png

All you asses that just feed off the greed of others truly learned nothing about what crypto is supposed to be about: helping to reshape finance in favor of the general public.... NOT using it as an excuse to legally skirt crimes that would result in hard prison time if you were dealing in fiat.

Give me one reason to buy this coin. Other than because I can buy it on Cryptopia and sell it on Polo for a tidy 5% arb profit.

This message is just a friendly Public Service Announcement. Sincerely,

Uncle Nutildah


wow thanks dude, im almost buy more.. but now after reading your post i will dump all of my clams to your hands.

love it when peoples FUD coins. this means will accelerate soon Smiley
thanks for this confirmation  Cool
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April 12, 2018, 08:51:48 PM
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Who buys this garbage, and why?

Honestly, you have zero real-world adoption, you have some of the biggest snakes on the forum constantly shilling for it, trying to trick noobs into buying it like it were some sort of haphazard ponzi scheme, and the biggest bump you got is when Stephen Colbert made fun of it as an example of how crypto kids will buy anything.

Oooh you can stake it and get free Clams.... but only if you buy a shitload first.  Roll Eyes How retarded are people becoming?

This coin is the essence of a Ponzi scheme, people.



All you asses that just feed off the greed of others truly learned nothing about what crypto is supposed to be about: helping to reshape finance in favor of the general public.... NOT using it as an excuse to legally skirt crimes that would result in hard prison time if you were dealing in fiat.

Give me one reason to buy this coin. Other than because I can buy it on Cryptopia and sell it on Polo for a tidy 5% arb profit.

This message is just a friendly Public Service Announcement. Sincerely,

Uncle Nutildah


wow thanks dude, im almost buy more.. but now after reading your post i will dump all of my clams to your hands.

love it when peoples FUD coins. this means will accelerate soon Smiley
thanks for this confirmation  Cool

Do sell the bottom to buy more Bcash...

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April 13, 2018, 01:58:40 AM
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wow thanks dude, im almost buy more.. but now after reading your post i will dump all of my clams to your hands.

love it when peoples FUD coins. this means will accelerate soon Smiley
thanks for this confirmation  Cool

This coin is ranked #416 on coinmarketcap. There's 415 coins I'd sooner invest in than this one.

Have fun losing your money to professional scamsters, though.  Kiss

Your savior Smooth is even on record as saying its okay to be a scammer so long as you can convince yourself you're not actually scamming anyone.

If you want, I'll dig up the thread and quote it here for you.

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April 13, 2018, 02:02:38 AM
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Did you read this?


If you owned Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin on May 12, 2014 then your address was given free clams.

There were 3,208,032 sets of 4.60545574 CLAM given away across on those three networks.

People would be MUCH better digging their free CLAMS than buying.... you do not have to buy this coins to become involved.

Ponzis are based on someone's promise of payout out... no one is paying out here like that.  You have no promise and you don't have to come play ball either if you don't want to.  The market is what the market is.  Anyone can contribute (if you can fucking stand to use these shitcoin exchanges).

Your free clams will be there forever... so if you ever "get it" then you can come on over. <3
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April 13, 2018, 02:05:52 AM
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Ponzis are based on someone's promise of payout out... no one is paying out here like that.  


The "promise of a payout out" is the PoS generated "free Clams." which aren't free because as you just described you need to invest hundreds or thousands of dollars in order to get a single one.

The price is supported by an influx of noobs. Once that well dries up, Clams will essentially be worthless.

That's the connection to Ponzi.

You can't just have people "digging" up Clams and selling them and call that a sustainable market model.

Also, you advertise a website called freebitcoins.com. Your actions speak louder than your words.

I don't think I need to say anything more here.

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April 13, 2018, 02:24:54 AM
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The price is supported by an influx of noobs. Once that well dries up, Clams will essentially be worthless.

No different than any other coin, including BTC.
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April 13, 2018, 02:36:50 AM
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 I think this kind of project is the best one, the dev team working hard in the background to deliver what it was promised. I'll keep an eye on this one. Good 

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April 13, 2018, 04:40:10 AM
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The price is supported by an influx of noobs. Once that well dries up, Clams will essentially be worthless.

No different than any other coin, including BTC.


BTC isn't proof of stake for one. Since its PoW, BTC doesn't offer anything for "free."

BTC can be used to purchase things in the real world. Clams cannot.

So Clams is already vastly different from BTC.

BTC also sells itself and doesn't require a pump job 24/7 to remain in the top 1000.

Finally, BTC has a whitepaper. CLAMS does not. The only thing they really have in common is their dev is anonymous.

Also, I've never seen this error message before when trying to load any sort of website. Care to explain what it means? I'm genuinely curious.


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April 13, 2018, 05:04:48 AM
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The price is supported by an influx of noobs. Once that well dries up, Clams will essentially be worthless.

No different than any other coin, including BTC.


BTC isn't proof of stake for one. Since its PoW, BTC doesn't offer anything for "free."

Nevertheless if new investment doesn't come in, the price will plummet, essentially making it worthless. That core similarity seems more important to me than whether you can use it to buy socks, but what do I know.

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Also, I've never seen this error message before when trying to load any sort of website. Care to explain what it means? I'm genuinely curious

No idea. I'm not a wevdev and I don't think I've ever visited the web site either.
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April 13, 2018, 08:10:31 AM
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Also, I've never seen this error message before when trying to load any sort of website. Care to explain what it means? I'm genuinely curious.

I'm not a webdev either. Your question would be better posed of the site operators, whoever they are.

Cheers

Graham
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April 13, 2018, 08:18:38 AM
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Also, I've never seen this error message before when trying to load any sort of website. Care to explain what it means? I'm genuinely curious.

I'm not a webdev either. Your question would be better posed of the site operators, whoever they are.

Cheers

Graham


It just looks suspiciously like background mining or something is going on. I feel slightly dirtier after having opened the website.

Given that a lot of folk from Monero are here, I wouldn't put it past them to hijack site visitor CPU to perform background mining.

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April 13, 2018, 02:24:26 PM
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What is the normal ratio of minted but not accepted to successful stake?

Currently I'm getting about a 50% successful stake rate. I was curious what the norm was and what I might be able to do to improve that rate. I have 51 connections and an Ethernet wired network connection
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April 13, 2018, 06:10:39 PM
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Ponzis are based on someone's promise of payout out... no one is paying out here like that.  


The "promise of a payout out" is the PoS generated "free Clams." which aren't free because as you just described you need to invest hundreds or thousands of dollars in order to get a single one.

BTC isn't proof of stake for one. Since its PoW, BTC doesn't offer anything for "free."

There is no "promise"... there is as much promise on staking clams as there is for mining Bitcoins.  You might spend a million bucks on a Bitcoin miner and get nothing.

I personally like PoS much more than PoW because at least the focal point of the economy.  Bitcoins focal point isn't only coins, but fucking mining equipment that is next to worthless & becomes outdated a month before the company ships it to the individual.

PoS is much more company structured and you can sell your "miner" off without using the postal service, face to face swaps or whatever else is possible. You can also sell your miner in whole chunks or infractions.

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Our savorier Smooth? BLASPHEMY!!!!!!!!!!! How dare you come before Sir Dooglusith and call this "Smooth" our savorier!

Fucktard.  Scram and let us spend out money mining cryptocurrency however we want.  

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April 13, 2018, 07:48:42 PM
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let us spend out money mining cryptocurrency however we want.  

It's speculation rather than investment and according to El Reg, it's now called “funbux”. Just to bring a different perspective, I'm given to understand that the UK collectively spends £4bn a year on online gambling.

Cheers

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April 13, 2018, 07:54:42 PM
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let us spend out money mining cryptocurrency however we want.  

It's speculation rather than investment and according to El Reg, it's now called “funbux”. Just to bring a different perspective, I'm given to understand that the UK collectively spends £4bn a year on online gambling.

Cheers

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In USA 10 billion $ was spent on College basketball this year alone...

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April 14, 2018, 01:02:31 AM
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Our savorier Smooth? BLASPHEMY!!!!!!!!!!! How dare you come before Sir Dooglusith and call this "Smooth" our savorier!

He doesn't know anything, he's just an miserable and angry person with various crypto axes to grind. Its sad actually. Don't give him too much attention, he's absolutely not worth it.
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