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November 04, 2014, 03:14:48 PM
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Hello people, another development update. This one is part three and is about the work that Leathan has been doing for the project. Smiley

http://bitmarknews.com/2014/11/04/current-bitmark-development-part-three/
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November 05, 2014, 01:15:19 PM
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I love this coin and support the developers 100%.  I believe this is a phenomenal idea.  One of the very few coins that have a legitimate purpose.  It can and will stand on its own merit unlike many of the clone coins seemingly released by the dozens each day.  lol 

One question and it maybe a noobish question but is there a way to discover how many blocks have been processed since the difficulty was last re-targeted?  I've tried to support the network even during these higher difficulty times but it seems re-targeting has to occur soon.  Seems the last re-targeting was Oct 3?

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November 05, 2014, 01:25:00 PM
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I love this coin and support the developers 100%.  I believe this is a phenomenal idea.  One of the very few coins that have a legitimate purpose.  It can and will stand on its own merit unlike many of the clone coins seemingly released by the dozens each day.  lol 

One question and it maybe a noobish question but is there a way to discover how many blocks have been processed since the difficulty was last re-targeted?  I've tried to support the network even during these higher difficulty times but it seems re-targeting has to occur soon.  Seems the last re-targeting was Oct 3?

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yes is possible, this is how I do it:

Current block: 45307
number blocks per retarget: 720

45307/720=62,926388888888888888888888888889
Meaning a fraction of 0,07361111111111111111111111111111 is left, which is ( x 720) 53 blocks
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November 05, 2014, 03:52:25 PM
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I'll add lastchangetime, or the details of the block at last change, to http://api.bitmark.co/

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November 05, 2014, 04:37:59 PM
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I love this coin and support the developers 100%.  I believe this is a phenomenal idea.  One of the very few coins that have a legitimate purpose.  It can and will stand on its own merit unlike many of the clone coins seemingly released by the dozens each day.  lol 

One question and it maybe a noobish question but is there a way to discover how many blocks have been processed since the difficulty was last re-targeted?  I've tried to support the network even during these higher difficulty times but it seems re-targeting has to occur soon.  Seems the last re-targeting was Oct 3?

Thanks,
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yes is possible, this is how I do it:

Current block: 45307
number blocks per retarget: 720

45307/720=62,926388888888888888888888888889
Meaning a fraction of 0,07361111111111111111111111111111 is left, which is ( x 720) 53 blocks

It would be nice if the block explorer at (http://bitmark.co:3000) had buttons for previous/next block and for "block at previous difficulty change"
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November 06, 2014, 06:12:59 AM
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Thanks for your replies that seems easy enough.
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November 06, 2014, 03:50:57 PM
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Thanks for your replies that seems easy enough.

Why is this ongoing downtrend?? although there are many good news as far as i can see!! it kinda seems all coins have dropped in value... but bitmark seems to have lost alot more than others... I purchased alot a month back  Embarrassed
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November 06, 2014, 04:00:44 PM
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Thanks for your replies that seems easy enough.

Why is this ongoing downtrend?? although there are many good news as far as i can see!! it kinda seems all coins have dropped in value... but bitmark seems to have lost alot more than others... I purchased alot a month back  Embarrassed

Not so sure it's down much more than a lot of the others looking at some charts.

But other than the fact that all of crypto is in a major bear market right now:

I would say the reason that there's been some people selling over the last little while is that a lot of people who bought BTM before weren't necessarily familiar with the project. And as our community doesn't participate in any sort of 'pumping' some people might view the lack of constant chatter as some sort of negative.

We're working on improving the flow of information though as we know there are many people who still don't have much information about the project.

Also, I agree with you about there being a lot of good news. There is a lot going on now. People are working on a lot of projects and personally I'm extremely excited to see how all of these projects come together over the next little while. Smiley
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November 06, 2014, 09:26:55 PM
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Current Bitmark Development: Part Four

http://bitmarknews.com/2014/11/06/current-bitmark-development-part-four/
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November 07, 2014, 09:24:37 AM
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I have a somewhat controversial question maybe, but please understand I mean no harm by asking it.

The last day or so Changetip has gone somewhat viral, people are tipping eachother on both Reddit and Twitter like there is no tomorrow.
How do you (devs and enthusiasts) feel this may or may not affect Bitmark? BTM's main purpose (as I see it) is to tip people for content you like on the web.
As Changetip is linked to BTC and has in this sense first mover advantage, do you feel there still an incentive to use BTM for the same purpose?

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November 07, 2014, 09:39:28 AM
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I have a somewhat controversial question maybe, but please understand I mean no harm by asking it.

The last day or so Changetip has gone somewhat viral, people are tipping eachother on both Reddit and Twitter like there is no tomorrow.
How do you (devs and enthusiasts) feel this may or may not affect Bitmark? BTM's main purpose (as I see it) is to tip people for content you like on the web.
As Changetip is linked to BTC and has in this sense first mover advantage, do you feel there still an incentive to use BTM for the same purpose?


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November 07, 2014, 09:41:43 AM
Last edit: November 07, 2014, 10:07:07 AM by Androidicus
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This has been the subject of much discussion as would be expected...

However, marking and tipping are quite different animals - there will always be many providers of 'similar' services especially where they have value.

Imho, marking is a 'value add' service linked to BTM (as the parent currency) as opposed to being BTM's main purpose. There may well be many services developed on the back of BTM but marking is at the forefront at this time.

I will leave it to others who can elaborate more clearly on the differences between 'tipping' and 'marking' but in essence, tipping is firmly 'money based' and will be viewed and measured as such, whereas 'marking' is up-voting, reputation, and the sharing of marked content - but with the value of cryptocurrency built in...

Smiley

I have a somewhat controversial question maybe, but please understand I mean no harm by asking it.

The last day or so Changetip has gone somewhat viral, people are tipping eachother on both Reddit and Twitter like there is no tomorrow.
How do you (devs and enthusiasts) feel this may or may not affect Bitmark? BTM's main purpose (as I see it) is to tip people for content you like on the web.
As Changetip is linked to BTC and has in this sense first mover advantage, do you feel there still an incentive to use BTM for the same purpose?



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November 08, 2014, 09:26:30 AM
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Well we had another diff drop today after nearly 5 weeks... A quick feeding frenzy at 488 diff and back to 1953.  Wait another 5 weeks, rinse and repeat.  It's great for restricting the supply of BTM but surely this cycle is not healthy in the long run.

I'm holding a considerable amount of BTM so the fewer coins the better for me, but I'm trying to look past that and consider the long term health of the coin.  It's nothing for whales to stop mining LTC for a few hours and pick up some easy BTM when the diff drops and then return to what they were doing earlier.  

Seriously, BTM needs to do *something* to better manage it's hashrate. I would be willing to put money into renting hash to regulate/pump the average hash if enough of us pooled together to make it worthwhile.  Short term pain for long term gain.  You can't go on forever having 1gh/s for 5 weeks and over 70gh/s for 5 hours and expect people to hang around.  

No miners = no perceived value = no real value..  I sometimes feel that as good a job as the dev team is doing, they are too involved with the future plans for BTM and not looking closely enough at the nuts and bolts of actually producing a viable coin that is attractive to both miners and end users.  After all, if not enough people are willing to mine the coin to give it value, it has no value.
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November 08, 2014, 10:22:49 AM
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Just a test to see if X is fast enough to do a real time demo bct-slack 😀
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November 08, 2014, 10:44:20 PM
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Any multipool paying out Bitmarks?
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November 08, 2014, 11:40:22 PM
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Any multipool paying out Bitmarks?

http://www.simplemulti.com/

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November 09, 2014, 01:36:17 AM
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Is there a block explorer for this?

Is this tx in the blockchain? 3c83a7337302f5460e0e36ec98a55adc02ba112ee620ff654b5862e12be9a0dc

And it's only at the end of fall, that we discover it was naught but the wind that knew when one particular leaf was to fall from one particular tree, only to land in one distinct spot .. to be left for an eternity, and waste its time in a wait sublime. C0A2A1C4
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November 09, 2014, 01:46:06 AM
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Is there a block explorer for this?

Is this tx in the blockchain? 3c83a7337302f5460e0e36ec98a55adc02ba112ee620ff654b5862e12be9a0dc

Yes, and no. http://bitmark.co:3000/tx/3c83a7337302f5460e0e36ec98a55adc02ba112ee620ff654b5862e12be9a0dc

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November 09, 2014, 01:46:51 AM
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Is there a block explorer for this?

Is this tx in the blockchain? 3c83a7337302f5460e0e36ec98a55adc02ba112ee620ff654b5862e12be9a0dc

Yes, and no. http://bitmark.co:3000/tx/3c83a7337302f5460e0e36ec98a55adc02ba112ee620ff654b5862e12be9a0dc

TY!

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November 09, 2014, 11:36:37 AM
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Any multipool paying out Bitmarks?

There is another one that pays out in Bitmarks: https://prohashing.com/
You can even have it pay-out 45% BTC, 5% LTC and 50% BTM, or any other combination that you want with 80 different coins, even USD
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