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May 06, 2018, 02:14:51 PM
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are we listed in some decentralized exchanges? I think they are the future since exchange are too centralized
The only decentralised exchanges I know about are accepting ERC20 tokens only. I don't know whether COSS is decentralised or not, but there is practically no volume anyway.
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May 06, 2018, 04:31:41 PM
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are we listed in some decentralized exchanges? I think they are the future since exchange are too centralized
The only decentralised exchanges I know about are accepting ERC20 tokens only. I don't know whether COSS is decentralised or not, but there is practically no volume anyway.

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May 06, 2018, 05:08:47 PM
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Could I just get a final clarification on XPX (ProximaX) being run on top of the current NEM blockchain?  Is XPX just a mosaic on the NEM public blockchain, or is ProximaX running indepentently on another public blockchain (inspired by NEM tech)?     I'm looking at adding to my investment in NEM(XEM), but need clarification on the PromimaX position.  I read the whitepaper.
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May 06, 2018, 10:38:53 PM
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is the circulating supply on cmc right? I have some doubts, someone can check? thank you guys for the help

what are you referring to? Yes this is the actual supply. Sure the total number available is less because it´s held in Supernodes or by the foundation. But you can just check the richest to have a better picture about distribution

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May 06, 2018, 11:02:30 PM
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Could I just get a final clarification on XPX (ProximaX) being run on top of the current NEM blockchain?  Is XPX just a mosaic on the NEM public blockchain, or is ProximaX running indepentently on another public blockchain (inspired by NEM tech)?     I'm looking at adding to my investment in NEM(XEM), but need clarification on the PromimaX position.  I read the whitepaper.

It is 100% a NEM mosaic.  Do you know when the tokens are going to hit the exchanges?
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May 07, 2018, 01:01:02 AM
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With all of these new crypto to fiat payment apps, like Crypterium, will NEM be able to withstand the increase on their blockchain from such companies?
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May 07, 2018, 02:39:52 AM
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Con la NanoWallet de NEM no solo cosechas XEM. Todo el ecosistema Blockchain de NEM está al alcance de tu mano desde la NanoWallet. Te enseñamos los servicios que te ofrece en el Episodio 03 de NEM Academia.

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May 07, 2018, 07:27:13 AM
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Could I just get a final clarification on XPX (ProximaX) being run on top of the current NEM blockchain?  Is XPX just a mosaic on the NEM public blockchain, or is ProximaX running indepentently on another public blockchain (inspired by NEM tech)?     I'm looking at adding to my investment in NEM(XEM), but need clarification on the PromimaX position.  I read the whitepaper.

It is 100% a NEM mosaic.  Do you know when the tokens are going to hit the exchanges?

you should just join the telegram group https://t.me/ProximaXio there is all the info you need. the tokenrelease is in max 30 days from now on. And they are working on the exchanges

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May 07, 2018, 12:35:08 PM
Last edit: May 08, 2018, 02:59:16 PM by jelin1984
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Buy as m8ch Xem as you can

Free money here







https://blog.chronobank.io/minutes-xmin-airdrop-for-time-and-xem-holders-9888854608cb
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May 07, 2018, 12:56:14 PM
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Does anybody have experience with the MintWallet?

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May 07, 2018, 05:28:47 PM
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XMIN Airdrop to XEM Holders (May 07 09:00 UTC)
https://coindar.org/en/event/nem-xem-xmin-airdrop-to-xem-holders-8707
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May 07, 2018, 06:33:08 PM
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is there a site that counts down on the scheduled release date of the catapult of NEM?
No, there is no such date yet.
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May 07, 2018, 07:08:00 PM
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XMIN Airdrop to XEM Holders (May 07 09:00 UTC)
https://coindar.org/en/event/nem-xem-xmin-airdrop-to-xem-holders-8707

What is XMIN and which is it's use and finality? Does any exchange support this airdrop? This link doesn't provide such information.

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May 07, 2018, 08:41:09 PM
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I want to know if there is any confirmation about the validity about my investment ,such as a email ?
What? For NEM? Your investment is valid if you hold your private key and no one else does.
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May 08, 2018, 02:28:52 AM
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May 08, 2018, 08:43:12 AM
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XMIN Airdrop to XEM Holders (May 07 09:00 UTC)
https://coindar.org/en/event/nem-xem-xmin-airdrop-to-xem-holders-8707

What is XMIN and which is it's use and finality? Does any exchange support this airdrop? This link doesn't provide such information.

According the the chronobank site, 60 XMIN is equal to 1 TIME.  - https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/chronobank/

1 TIME is trading at around $14.42 (as of this post).

Therefore, 1 XMIN is worth around $0.24.

So for every 20 XEM you deposit in their mint wallet, you are airdropped 1 XMIN. i.e. $7.60 of XEM to receive free $0.24.

They are asking you to put XEM into their wallet, but some questions arise:

- How secure is the mint wallet, what is the likelihood that your XEM could be taken, and it could be a scam.
- How can these XMIN tokens be traded, they're not listed on CMC or any exchanges?
- Can the XEM be removed from the mint wallet once the airdrop has been done

This sounds a bit fishy to me, I personally would be hesitant to do this until I know more information.  Free money sounds too good to be true, what's in it for them?

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May 08, 2018, 08:52:28 AM
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XMIN Airdrop to XEM Holders (May 07 09:00 UTC)
https://coindar.org/en/event/nem-xem-xmin-airdrop-to-xem-holders-8707

What is XMIN and which is it's use and finality? Does any exchange support this airdrop? This link doesn't provide such information.

According the the chronobank site, 60 XMIN is equal to 1 TIME.  - https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/chronobank/

1 TIME is trading at around $14.42 (as of this post).

Therefore, 1 XMIN is worth around $0.24.

So for every 20 XEM you deposit in their mint wallet, you are airdropped 1 XMIN. i.e. $7.60 of XEM to receive free $0.24.

They are asking you to put XEM into their wallet, but some questions arise:

- How secure is the mint wallet, what is the likelihood that your XEM could be taken, and it could be a scam.
- How can these XMIN tokens be traded, they're not listed on CMC or any exchanges?
- Can the XEM be removed from the mint wallet once the airdrop has been done

This sounds a bit fishy to me, I personally would be hesitant to do this until I know more information.  Free money sounds too good to be true, what's in it for them?



I totally share your thoughts. Free money is sometimes to good to be true, but airdrops are quite common these days.

I would support the project and like the idea if the airdrop would begin to any XEM holder and not just those who are using their wallet.
XMIN therefore would be a Mosaic ? or will it be a ERC20 token?.

I don't think big bag holder will participate and move their coin into a wallet not officially declared secure by the foundation

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May 08, 2018, 01:00:37 PM
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XMIN Airdrop to XEM Holders (May 07 09:00 UTC)
https://coindar.org/en/event/nem-xem-xmin-airdrop-to-xem-holders-8707

What is XMIN and which is it's use and finality? Does any exchange support this airdrop? This link doesn't provide such information.

According the the chronobank site, 60 XMIN is equal to 1 TIME.  - https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/chronobank/

1 TIME is trading at around $14.42 (as of this post).

Therefore, 1 XMIN is worth around $0.24.

So for every 20 XEM you deposit in their mint wallet, you are airdropped 1 XMIN. i.e. $7.60 of XEM to receive free $0.24.

They are asking you to put XEM into their wallet, but some questions arise:

- How secure is the mint wallet, what is the likelihood that your XEM could be taken, and it could be a scam.
- How can these XMIN tokens be traded, they're not listed on CMC or any exchanges?
- Can the XEM be removed from the mint wallet once the airdrop has been done

This sounds a bit fishy to me, I personally would be hesitant to do this until I know more information.  Free money sounds too good to be true, what's in it for them?



I totally share your thoughts. Free money is sometimes to good to be true, but airdrops are quite common these days.

I would support the project and like the idea if the airdrop would begin to any XEM holder and not just those who are using their wallet.
XMIN therefore would be a Mosaic ? or will it be a ERC20 token?.

I don't think big bag holder will participate and move their coin into a wallet not officially declared secure by the foundation

I totally agree. Since I still have a lot of XEM, I am not going to participate in this airdrop. Risk/reward ratio is too low imho ...

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May 08, 2018, 01:56:01 PM
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this is most recent update https://twitter.com/NCOSIGIMCITYNRE/status/985176942440742915 10
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May 08, 2018, 02:29:52 PM
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is today release by the plan  Huh

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