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April 09, 2015, 11:12:08 AM
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There's really nice support building on Bittrex atm! Things are looking up in the BTCD sphere; I'm excited to see how things progress..... Smiley


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Converted most XMR and DASH I had to BTCD.  If devs make it, BTCD gonna make them look like toys.



Good call on the DASH. You might live to regret the XMR liquidation though, it's a good compliment to BTCD. I still can't understand why the monero devs snubbed James (probably ego & fear), but it doesn't mean XMR is a bad investment.
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April 09, 2015, 12:09:46 PM
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So did I with most of my litecoins and some other alts. For me, BTCD is the most promising 1.0 coin out there at the moment.

There's really nice support building on Bittrex atm! Things are looking up in the BTCD sphere; I'm excited to see how things progress..... Smiley


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April 09, 2015, 02:58:19 PM
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There's really nice support building on Bittrex atm! Things are looking up in the BTCD sphere; I'm excited to see how things progress..... Smiley


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Converted most XMR and DASH I had to BTCD.  If devs make it, BTCD gonna make them look like toys.



Good call on the DASH. You might live to regret the XMR liquidation though, it's a good compliment to BTCD. I still can't understand why the monero devs snubbed James (probably ego & fear), but it doesn't mean XMR is a bad investment.

 I tried Supernet beta client and was immediately sold to BTCD. If I'm correct, whoever owns any Supernet coins will be  few clicks away to convert to BTCD for anonymity purposes. I think that would make some big amount of tx and ofcourse occasional buying pressure on markets. But more important from what I understand lots of tx will make BTCD even more anon. Big opportunity IMO. But all depends on devs as usual.
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April 09, 2015, 03:35:49 PM
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What different roles do BTCD and BBR play in SuperNet and InstantDex?
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April 09, 2015, 09:03:36 PM
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What different roles do BTCD and BBR play in SuperNet and InstantDex?

BTCD, plays a key role as the highway for transactions within the Supernet. It will get dividends from SuperNet and Instandex on top of its POS staking. Here's a couple links to help get a picture:

http://bitcoindark.pw/bitcoindark-supernet/

http://bitcoindark.pw/555-with-bitcoindark/

https://forum.thesupernet.org/index.php?topic=258.0

I'm not as familiar with BBR tho. Sorry.
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April 09, 2015, 09:17:50 PM
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What different roles do BTCD and BBR play in SuperNet and InstantDex?

BTCD is the reference currency by which all InstantDEX currency trades will be paired. (For example, BTC-->Doge will really be BTC-->BTCD-->DOGE behind the scenes)

BTCD stakers will receive 5% of all revenues generated by InstantDEX and SuperNET.

By the way, I have updated my simple BTCD block explorer to show some of the progress on the InsantDEX GUI. Having some CORS issues though so it's not very functional. However, you can see that it is progressing nicely!

If you run it locally, you can see all the orders listed, switch orderbooks, etc.

http://104.131.45.236/instantdex

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April 10, 2015, 09:57:19 AM
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Hello, there is a file bootstrap.dat for download?
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Using SuperNET client 2.0 beta, how is it possible to sign a message for my BTCD address? Is it even possible to extract the private key of the SuperNET addresses somehow?



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April 10, 2015, 02:22:12 PM
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2 Things as just an FYI.
The faucet is at Faucet balance: 0.20379489

and

btcd.flippoker.net is closed.

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April 10, 2015, 11:38:26 PM
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What different roles do BTCD and BBR play in SuperNet and InstantDex?

BTCD is the reference currency by which all InstantDEX currency trades will be paired. (For example, BTC-->Doge will really be BTC-->BTCD-->DOGE behind the scenes)

BTCD stakers will receive 5% of all revenues generated by InstantDEX and SuperNET.

http://104.131.45.236/instantdex

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are dividends just paid to BTCD stakers in the form a BTCD?

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April 10, 2015, 11:45:20 PM
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What different roles do BTCD and BBR play in SuperNet and InstantDex?

BTCD is the reference currency by which all InstantDEX currency trades will be paired. (For example, BTC-->Doge will really be BTC-->BTCD-->DOGE behind the scenes)

BTCD stakers will receive 5% of all revenues generated by InstantDEX and SuperNET.

http://104.131.45.236/instantdex

Matthew

are dividends just paid to BTCD stakers in the form a BTCD?
yes, this is the only way to maintain privacy
I also think this could be a very good way to get people some small changepods that are untraceable as the source of these funds are the mere fact of owning BTCD, so then they can be used for change without any risk of being correlated to any specific person

James

P.S. since most dividends will be generated in non-BTCD form, they will have to purchase BTCD to be able to send out the dividends in BTCD

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
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April 13, 2015, 10:38:52 PM
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any idea what www.xpool.ca paid out to miners today?
it seems bitcointalk has suspended crackfoo for providing information that was specifically requested. The priorities here are quite strange. There are no rules against DOXing someone, but post info on how the official multipool is doing and you get suspended!

Freedom and decentralization for all, unless it goes against the wishes of the powers that be.

Anyway, a recent result: https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=8816.msg173757#msg173757

He is posting in slack (where most of the people are now) and the NXTforum, which doesnt use arbitrary rule enforcement to push forward their agenda

James

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April 14, 2015, 01:26:05 AM
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some details on InstantDEX: https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=8847.msg173841#msg173841

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any idea what www.xpool.ca paid out to miners today?

yeah, we just finished.  We paid out 78+ BTCD Smiley

Any problems, please PM or post to the Xpool thread linked in my forums sig as I may miss your post.

Cheers!

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Great job, nice to see your pool growing...
And great support for NXT + very interesting SuperNET coins like BTCD, FIBRE, and BITS.

In general, SuperNET coins have been great to trade in 2015...
This week VPN and FIBRE have staged big rallies... while OPAL announces new revenue streams.

Alts with revenue in the pipeline is the place to be going forward  Smiley
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Apologies if this is an obvious one, but I just saw the GUI screenshot of instantDex and noticed it appears to be served html via a browser. Who ultimately hosts the web server, does that not imply centralization or is that just one example of an interface? I'm guessing anyone with sufficient knowledge of how everything communicates could make their own GUI?

Tech looks really promising and I like James's philosophy, so I really hope this takes off.


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Apologies if this is an obvious one, but I just saw the GUI screenshot of instantDex and noticed it appears to be served html via a browser. Who ultimately hosts the web server, does that not imply centralization or is that just one example of an interface? I'm guessing anyone with sufficient knowledge of how everything communicates could make their own GUI?

Tech looks really promising and I like James's philosophy, so I really hope this takes off.



it is localhost HTML
the server runs on your computer (and also on everyone elses computer)

people dont seem to want to submit commands using text JSON API requests, so we are making GUI's that do this and present the info in a visual way

(HTML in browser) <-> [127.0.0.1 localhost interface] <-> { SuperNET API codebase } <-> networks, blockchains, internet, etc

The above is a simplified "diagram"

The HTML in the browser is essentially just an easy to use way to issue API calls, which are what implements all the decentralized logic, along with interfacing to all the coin's blockchains, etc.

James

P.S. and yes anybody with sufficient knowledge can make GUI

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Gotcha, sounds fantastic. So this would make it fairly easy for people to write their own tradebots that interface with the network/blockchain via the supernet api? Will instantdex be able to handle the high frequency trading that happen on conventional exchanges? I assume this system somehow accommodates a lot of this off the blockchain? If this is as powerful as it sounds, I'm a bit surprised more people haven't been talking about this. No offense to the legitimate exchanges out there, and I'm sorry so see their efforts being made obsolete, but people need a secure solution and this is the most elegant solution I've seen so far.

it is localhost HTML
the server runs on your computer (and also on everyone elses computer)

people dont seem to want to submit commands using text JSON API requests, so we are making GUI's that do this and present the info in a visual way

(HTML in browser) <-> [127.0.0.1 localhost interface] <-> { SuperNET API codebase } <-> networks, blockchains, internet, etc

The above is a simplified "diagram"

The HTML in the browser is essentially just an easy to use way to issue API calls, which are what implements all the decentralized logic, along with interfacing to all the coin's blockchains, etc.

James

P.S. and yes anybody with sufficient knowledge can make GUI
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Gotcha, sounds fantastic. So this would make it fairly easy for people to write their own tradebots that interface with the network/blockchain via the supernet api? Will instantdex be able to handle the high frequency trading that happen on conventional exchanges? I assume this system somehow accommodates a lot of this off the blockchain? If this is as powerful as it sounds, I'm a bit surprised more people haven't been talking about this. No offense to the legitimate exchanges out there, and I'm sorry so see their efforts being made obsolete, but people need a secure solution and this is the most elegant solution I've seen so far.


I think you have summarised it quite well Smiley
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Gotcha, sounds fantastic. So this would make it fairly easy for people to write their own tradebots that interface with the network/blockchain via the supernet api? Will instantdex be able to handle the high frequency trading that happen on conventional exchanges? I assume this system somehow accommodates a lot of this off the blockchain? If this is as powerful as it sounds, I'm a bit surprised more people haven't been talking about this. No offense to the legitimate exchanges out there, and I'm sorry so see their efforts being made obsolete, but people need a secure solution and this is the most elegant solution I've seen so far.

it is localhost HTML
the server runs on your computer (and also on everyone elses computer)

people dont seem to want to submit commands using text JSON API requests, so we are making GUI's that do this and present the info in a visual way

(HTML in browser) <-> [127.0.0.1 localhost interface] <-> { SuperNET API codebase } <-> networks, blockchains, internet, etc

The above is a simplified "diagram"

The HTML in the browser is essentially just an easy to use way to issue API calls, which are what implements all the decentralized logic, along with interfacing to all the coin's blockchains, etc.

James

P.S. and yes anybody with sufficient knowledge can make GUI
I will be making a lot of Tradebots libraries and reference bots so yes, it will be easy to make bots, but I want to push InstantDEX as far as I can as far as making it a useful trading platform.

The high frequency trading will be limited by the trade clearing speed of the blockchains, so the central exchanges will still have a speed advantage.

however for most people who are trading, this speed difference wont be so meaningful as the trades are matched and locked in seconds. At the high level, it means that you are limited to trading your entire inventory at the rate of the blockchains, which is really plenty unless you are doing some crazy low margin algos.

In any case I set the commission to be fixed fee to discourage lots of small trades and annoying satoshi bots (the ones that bid 1 satoshi more and crowds the orderbooks), so it is more oriented toward the larger trades.

Also, this weekend I coded up support for central exchanges, so InstantDEX creates aggregated order books from all sources of liquidity and so it is getting the best price available. And this is not just for simple trades, but I make a combined orderbook via combinatorially making orderbooks going through NXT, BTC and BTCD. Today I got a "oneclick" arbitrage by getting an orderbook for coinomat/coinomat1 (they are equivalent assets, but different asset numbers). It found a 10% gain, I selected it and it did the orders and I got the 10% gain.

This arbitrage was done manually without need for any bot or special code. Since the liquidity from all the central exchanges are all combined, InstantDEX will instantly have the most liquidity of any single exchange!

James

P.S. To activate an exchange you just need to add the API key and secret in the SuperNET.conf, this automatically triggers fetching the orderbooks and for the exchanges with authenticated API support, you can one click trade between different exchanges. You do need to make sure you have the required funds in the exchanges you are trading on. Automated funds management wont be done until Tradebots.

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April 14, 2015, 09:41:38 PM
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If I would have like 2k coins, how much BTCD could I stake per week or month? And do I need to split into smaller amounts to get the maximum stake rewards? The current PoS reward is still 5% right? Those additional Supernet revenues are not active yet ?

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