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June 26, 2016, 10:15:13 AM
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Hi motty,

how are things going in Japan??

Hi Rw,

I'm working every day.
Prime Minister Abe has vigorously work every day.
Playboy is playing.
Everyone has something in the smartphone.
Farmers are sweating in the fields.
Carpenter is sweating in the field.
The baby is crying in tits want of.
Mother is busy cooking.
Many years, does not change much.  Smiley


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June 26, 2016, 09:20:59 PM
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Hi motty,

how are things going in Japan??

Hi Rw,

I'm working every day.
Prime Minister Abe has vigorously work every day.
Playboy is playing.
Everyone has something in the smartphone.
Farmers are sweating in the fields.
Carpenter is sweating in the field.
The baby is crying in tits want of.
Mother is busy cooking.
Many years, does not change much.  Smiley



lol

I was more interested in the economic / bitcoin side, but thanks for the update anyway XD

just a few questions...

1) I hope you dont work every day, you've got some free days rigth?
2) Mister Abe is printing money like crazy... very hard work...
3) Playboy? the havent went bankruptcy already?
4) Great analysis of society...
5, 6) Lol
7) I want some tits too...
Cool Husbands dont cook there? I'm moving to Japan... XD



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June 26, 2016, 09:22:42 PM
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Are you giving a bounty for spanish translation?

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June 28, 2016, 08:14:19 AM
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Hi motty,

how are things going in Japan??

Hi Rw,

I'm working every day.
Prime Minister Abe has vigorously work every day.
Playboy is playing.
Everyone has something in the smartphone.
Farmers are sweating in the fields.
Carpenter is sweating in the field.
The baby is crying in tits want of.
Mother is busy cooking.
Many years, does not change much.  Smiley



lol

I was more interested in the economic / bitcoin side, but thanks for the update anyway XD

just a few questions...

1) I hope you dont work every day, you've got some free days rigth?
2) Mister Abe is printing money like crazy... very hard work...
3) Playboy? the havent went bankruptcy already?
4) Great analysis of society...
5, 6) Lol
7) I want some tits too...
Cool Husbands dont cook there? I'm moving to Japan... XD


Hi Rw,

1) I hope you dont work every day, you've got some free days rigth?

I was retired the company worked with for many years.
Now's Sunday every day.
I'm  working of graphic design as a hobby every day.

2) Mister Abe is printing money like crazy ... very hard work ...

That's right. Abe is in collusion with Mr. Kuroda.

3) Playboy? The havent went bankruptcy already?

It is that of the people who are playing every day.

4) Great analysis of society ...
5, 6) Lol
My grandson was born recently.

7) I want some tits too ...

It's simple. There is no need to worry.

Cool Husbands dont cook there? I'm moving to Japan ... XD

In Japan, a man for the day-to-day cooking is rare.
It's still male-dominated society.

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June 28, 2016, 08:21:33 AM
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Are you giving a bounty for spanish translation?

Cheers!

There is no need to use FujiCoin for people who can not understand simple English. Cool

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June 28, 2016, 09:18:37 AM
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 Cheesy

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June 28, 2016, 03:34:15 PM
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Hi Rw,

1) I hope you dont work every day, you've got some free days rigth?

I was retired the company worked with for many years.
Now's Sunday every day.
I'm  working of graphic design as a hobby every day.

2) Mister Abe is printing money like crazy ... very hard work ...

That's right. Abe is in collusion with Mr. Kuroda.

3) Playboy? The havent went bankruptcy already?

It is that of the people who are playing every day.

4) Great analysis of society ...
5, 6) Lol
My grandson was born recently.

7) I want some tits too ...

It's simple. There is no need to worry.

Cool Husbands dont cook there? I'm moving to Japan ... XD

In Japan, a man for the day-to-day cooking is rare.
It's still male-dominated society.

 Wink



Like the idea of being Sunday everyday Wink

And how is the fiscality there? Low taxes?
Because I dont like cooking but neither paying too much taxes... XD

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June 28, 2016, 03:37:13 PM
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 Cheesy


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June 29, 2016, 09:18:55 AM
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Like the idea of being Sunday everyday Wink

And how is the fiscality there? Low taxes?
Because I dont like cooking but neither paying too much taxes... XD

Financial situation of Japan is not so bad.
I think that it will not happening thing such as Spain.
Consumption tax in Japan is 8%. So, I think it's cheaper than Europe.
However, corporation tax and substantial tax burden of workers which takes into account the social insurance premium is higher than the world standard.

 Smiley

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June 29, 2016, 12:39:53 PM
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Like the idea of being Sunday everyday Wink

And how is the fiscality there? Low taxes?
Because I dont like cooking but neither paying too much taxes... XD

Financial situation of Japan is not so bad.
I think that it will not happening thing such as Spain.
Consumption tax in Japan is 8%. So, I think it's cheaper than Europe.
However, corporation tax and substantial tax burden of workers which takes into account the social insurance premium is higher than the world standard.

 Smiley

1) Im sorry to disagree with you, my friend. Tongue  Wink

Japan is probably one of the biggerst printers of money paper in the world
(correct me if I'm wrong)
That money printing in the long term, devaluates your savings.
(even if it's good for creating new jobs, spending or investing)


Spain is fucked up but not only in a monetary sense, it's in an economic sense too.
The difference is that the Euro depends on several countries, therefore it can not be adapted to the country situation.
There is noone investing new money and creating jobs.
Therefore, the unemployement between youths goes up to 50% and in general up to 20% or more.

I belief Japan's problem is the other side.
Due to printing that much money, some problems are solved (jobs, consumtion, investing) but others are created. (inflation)
Spain:
Due to lack of money, problems stay the same  (jobs, consumtion, investing)  Cheesy
I'm not sure if all info its correct, so feel free to correct!!! Smiley

2) Consumption tax here is from 4% to 21% i believed

3) Here the company pays 30% of the worker salary to Social Security. Plus he has to pay another % by his own.

At what age do you retire there?
Here is 65 but they want to make it longer because there a lot of middle age people and less and less youngs
That clearly will make impossible to pay the retirement in a few years, but anyway people trutst the goverment...  Sad

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June 30, 2016, 05:50:52 AM
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1) Im sorry to disagree with you, my friend. Tongue  Wink

Japan is probably one of the biggerst printers of money paper in the world
(correct me if I'm wrong)
That money printing in the long term, devaluates your savings.
(even if it's good for creating new jobs, spending or investing)


Spain is fucked up but not only in a monetary sense, it's in an economic sense too.
The difference is that the Euro depends on several countries, therefore it can not be adapted to the country situation.
There is noone investing new money and creating jobs.
Therefore, the unemployement between youths goes up to 50% and in general up to 20% or more.

I belief Japan's problem is the other side.
Due to printing that much money, some problems are solved (jobs, consumtion, investing) but others are created. (inflation)
Spain:
Due to lack of money, problems stay the same  (jobs, consumtion, investing)  Cheesy
I'm not sure if all info its correct, so feel free to correct!!! Smiley

2) Consumption tax here is from 4% to 21% i believed

3) Here the company pays 30% of the worker salary to Social Security. Plus he has to pay another % by his own.

At what age do you retire there?
Here is 65 but they want to make it longer because there a lot of middle age people and less and less youngs
That clearly will make impossible to pay the retirement in a few years, but anyway people trutst the goverment...  Sad

1) Yes, Japan is one of the biggerst printers of money paper in the world.
But, consumer price index does not rise. That's the problem.
March -0.1%, in April was -0.3%. Mr. Kuroda is aiming for 2%. The deviation is large.
Management of money printing is the point.

I feel Mr. Draghi is too cautious. 
I do not know European politics well. So I can not say appropriate remark.

To say that Spain's situation is bad, it's not as much as Greece?
Euro is that it is the product of a result of idealism was too ahead I feel.
It might come when that era is turning back.

Ultimately, I wonder it is the problem that "What is the economy?".

2)3)

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Japan also pension financing is painful, but not be bankrupt in a few years.
I hope to come raining helicopter money of Mr. Bernanke. Grin

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June 30, 2016, 03:13:53 PM
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1) Im sorry to disagree with you, my friend. Tongue  Wink

Japan is probably one of the biggerst printers of money paper in the world
(correct me if I'm wrong)
That money printing in the long term, devaluates your savings.
(even if it's good for creating new jobs, spending or investing)


Spain is fucked up but not only in a monetary sense, it's in an economic sense too.
The difference is that the Euro depends on several countries, therefore it can not be adapted to the country situation.
There is noone investing new money and creating jobs.
Therefore, the unemployement between youths goes up to 50% and in general up to 20% or more.

I belief Japan's problem is the other side.
Due to printing that much money, some problems are solved (jobs, consumtion, investing) but others are created. (inflation)
Spain:
Due to lack of money, problems stay the same  (jobs, consumtion, investing)  Cheesy
I'm not sure if all info its correct, so feel free to correct!!! Smiley

2) Consumption tax here is from 4% to 21% i believed

3) Here the company pays 30% of the worker salary to Social Security. Plus he has to pay another % by his own.

At what age do you retire there?
Here is 65 but they want to make it longer because there a lot of middle age people and less and less youngs
That clearly will make impossible to pay the retirement in a few years, but anyway people trutst the goverment...  Sad

1) Yes, Japan is one of the biggerst printers of money paper in the world.
But, consumer price index does not rise. That's the problem.
March -0.1%, in April was -0.3%. Mr. Kuroda is aiming for 2%. The deviation is large.
Management of money printing is the point.

I feel Mr. Draghi is too cautious. 
I do not know European politics well. So I can not say appropriate remark.

To say that Spain's situation is bad, it's not as much as Greece?
Euro is that it is the product of a result of idealism was too ahead I feel.
It might come when that era is turning back.

Ultimately, I wonder it is the problem that "What is the economy?".

2)3)

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Japan also pension financing is painful, but not be bankrupt in a few years.
I hope to come raining helicopter money of Mr. Bernanke. Grin


1) I guess that is because the money doesnt go to the consumer, it goes to the stock exchange
The same way it happens in europe
some things are just global  Cheesy


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Ultimately, I wonder it is the problem that "What is the economy?".

2)3)
sorry i'm not sure if I did understood correctly.
What is the problem with the economy?
In spain particularly, a lot of things, but the main thing which corrupts all are politicians.
Until we dont have all the country accountability going throught btc blockchain, we will suffer from politician corruption


4) Never trust Mr. Bernanke
   Always trust Mr. Fujicoin
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July 01, 2016, 09:57:05 AM
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Ultimately, I wonder it is the problem that "What is the economy?".

2)3)
sorry i'm not sure if I did understood correctly.
What is the problem with the economy?
In spain particularly, a lot of things, but the main thing which corrupts all are politicians.
Until we dont have all the country accountability going throught btc blockchain, we will suffer from politician corruption


Sorry, it was a strange English.
→ "What is the economy?", that is the my question. Wink



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Ultimately, I wonder it is the problem that "What is the economy?".

2)3)
sorry i'm not sure if I did understood correctly.
What is the problem with the economy?
In spain particularly, a lot of things, but the main thing which corrupts all are politicians.
Until we dont have all the country accountability going throught btc blockchain, we will suffer from politician corruption


Sorry, it was a strange English.
→ "What is the economy?", that is the my question. Wink






What does 'Economy' mean

Economy is the large set of inter-related production and consumption activities that aid in determining how scarce resources are allocated.

Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/terms/e/economy.asp#ixzz4DFvmuQES


I'm not the investopedia but i would say it's every economic transaction between people XD

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July 12, 2016, 11:57:29 PM
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FujiCoin, Go!
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July 29, 2016, 06:13:49 PM
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Any update dev? thanks
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August 02, 2016, 12:29:47 AM
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We've added POOL.MN to the official pool list

Today we added http://fjc.pool.mn to our official pool list.

Preferential status will be given to the pool that was registered in the official list.  Smiley

Is FJC will get delisted to c-cex?

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August 04, 2016, 12:33:01 PM
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Any Update? FJC is marked for Delisted Coin on CCEX?
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Any Update? FJC is marked for Delisted Coin on CCEX?




No update? Maybe its time to move on.. I think dev move in mount fuji too.. lol
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August 12, 2016, 08:10:46 AM
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Notice: Maintenance of NOMP server

1. I have updated the contract of the NOMP server. This time, three-years contract.
2. NOMP has spare time, so I conducted a maintenance today.
Please note that the balance of mining was reset.

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The next maintenance is scheduled for December.  Smiley

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