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August 06, 2014, 07:29:37 AM
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can i mine?
No, there is no mining.

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August 06, 2014, 07:46:26 AM
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Ok first person to send me their friendship address will recieve. Thanks!

I actually went and checked the value. 10,000 friendship is $0.05 and there are no buy orders at all.

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August 06, 2014, 07:48:49 AM
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dont look like this will survive long enough  Undecided
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August 06, 2014, 09:22:23 AM
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If I registered yesterday would the reward be 900 + 100 for sending and thats all? No bonuses?
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August 06, 2014, 09:54:22 AM
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Signed up for a stellar acount today, saw Facebook... how can I delete my account?

I decided to no longer use a signature, because people were trolling me about it.
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August 06, 2014, 09:56:32 AM
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Signed up for a stellar acount today, saw Facebook... how can I delete my account?

You can't delete/froze your account Wink
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August 06, 2014, 09:57:26 AM
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Signed up for a stellar acount today, saw Facebook... how can I delete my account?
They are adding a way to delete the data of Facebook that they take, and also a way to delete completely the account.
Just wait.

https://github.com/stellar/stellar-client/issues/579
https://github.com/stellar/stellar-client/issues/10
https://github.com/stellar/stellar-client/issues/528

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August 06, 2014, 09:57:34 AM
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If I registered yesterday would the reward be 900 + 100 for sending and thats all? No bonuses?

No, actually you'll get 4000 for connecting your FB account, 500 is given instantly after FB validation, and the rest (3500) will be distributed soon. The question is, how long is "soon" ?

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August 06, 2014, 11:02:02 AM
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i try to open stellar site with chrome and opera but site always loading like snail .
try with FF and better, but still that site seems dead now.
i try to regist and loading like hell when i try to put that recovery code.
1 hour pass and still cant open.


when do we receive our 3500 stellar ?
i know its free stuff , but i think they should tell us when.
now people only dump that stellar in some exchange , that price will not go up in this situation.


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August 06, 2014, 11:28:27 AM
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is there any coin again like stellar with free giveaway ?
i miss the boat Sad

Do you own BTC? Because then you will get some more free Stellars.

How does it work ? I have 0.1 BTC in my wallet, how much stellars will I get ?

~150 . There are no details published afaik. They will surely announce that very hugely, as 20% of all their coins (20 billion!) are distributed that way!

We will take a snapshot of the bitcoin blockchain at a particular date and will set up a claim page that will allow bitcoin holders to receive their pro-rata share of the stellars reserved under this program by verifying they control their address from that blockchain snapshot. For example, a user owning .001% of the bitcoins in the blockchain snapshot would receive .001% of the stellars set aside for bitcoin holders under this program, or 190,000 stellars.

can anyone explain me about this?
what the mean .001%  is that 0.001 BTC ?
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August 06, 2014, 11:51:09 AM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.
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August 06, 2014, 12:01:05 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

You switched from american commas to European commas half way through your post.

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August 06, 2014, 12:02:12 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

Exactly, as I said, per bitcoin you will get about 1500 stellars. The only question is, when are those stellars distributed?

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August 06, 2014, 12:03:11 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

You switched from american commas to European commas half way through your post.

And then back again and then again.

EU -> EU -> USD -> EU -> EU -> US

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August 06, 2014, 12:24:47 PM
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stellar can't download properly site and very laggy. Hope they will fix it and make ok.
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August 06, 2014, 12:26:45 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

Exactly, as I said, per bitcoin you will get about 1500 stellars. The only question is, when are those stellars distributed?
i don't have enough btc
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August 06, 2014, 12:28:15 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

Exactly, as I said, per bitcoin you will get about 1500 stellars. The only question is, when are those stellars distributed?
i don't have enough btc

buy some Wink Maybe the block height that will be chose is in the future!

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August 06, 2014, 12:36:22 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

Exactly, as I said, per bitcoin you will get about 1500 stellars. The only question is, when are those stellars distributed?

trading sites like mintpal, bittrex and cryptsy that hold big amount of BTC from their customers will get tons of stellars, that's really unfair.

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August 06, 2014, 12:37:51 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

You switched from american commas to European commas half way through your post.

And then back again and then again.

EU -> EU -> USD -> EU -> EU -> US

LOL! I laughed harder than I should have had with this. I still get comments for using the commas that are most mommon here in Eurpe as well but this was over the top. :')

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August 06, 2014, 12:49:30 PM
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probably it means the .001%  of the avalaible supply of BTC at that time (snapshot).
Actually there are 13,105,025 (coinmarketcap data) so the 0,001% is 131,05. With that amount of btc you would get 190k stellars, and with 0.001 btc you would get 1,45 stellar in this scenario.

Exactly, as I said, per bitcoin you will get about 1500 stellars. The only question is, when are those stellars distributed?

trading sites like mintpal, bittrex and cryptsy that hold big amount of BTC from their customers will get tons of stellars, that's really unfair.

You could ask them if they will distribute to you. But I doubt it Wink

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