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August 01, 2014, 10:49:18 AM
Last edit: March 23, 2016, 08:53:39 PM by lordoliver
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I want to present you a new coin today: Stellar
Coin supply 100 Billion.

You remember Ripple? There were also free coins. Everyone participating was laughing at the not participating ones later.
Its free. Get in now!

Here complete information from the website (https://www.stellar.org/)

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Stellar is a decentralized protocol for sending and receiving money in any pair of currencies. This means users can, for example, send a transaction from their Yen balance and have it arrive in Euros, Yen, or even bitcoin. We’re expecting to support the usual categories of transactions: payments to a merchant, remittances back home, or rent splits with a roommate.

You can hold a balance with a gateway, which is any network participant you trust to accept a deposit in exchange for credit on the network. Stellar also comes with a built-in digital currency, referred to as the stellar, which we’re giving away for free. The currency will have value (as determined by the market); however, its primary function is providing a conversion path between other currencies.

We hope that people will build applications on top of Stellar to help bridge the gap between digital and traditional currencies.

Development
We’re developing Stellar as part of a nonprofit organization, the Stellar Development Foundation. The code is open-source, and anyone is welcome to join the project. If you’re interested in following Stellar development or helping us build the network, just jump into our IRC room (#stellar-dev on Freenode), or browse our forum. You can start building applications on top of Stellar now; see Stellar Client (the code behind our hosted web client) or Stellar Viewer (the code behind the account viewer) for some working examples.

The following are some of the people involved (see our about page for a complete list):

Stellar Development is led by Jed McCaleb (resuming development of the open-source technology he created at Ripple) and Professor David Mazières (head of Stanford’s Secure Computer Systems group, creator of SFS and bcrypt).
The Foundation is led by Joyce Kim as Executive Director (former attorney and VC with public interest experience).
The Foundation’s board is Keith Rabois (early Paypal, former COO at Square), Patrick Collison (CEO of Stripe), and Jed McCaleb.
The Foundation is advised by Dan Kaminsky, Joi Ito, Ronaldo Lemos, Linda Stone, Sam Altman, Naval Ravikant, Jackson Palmer, Greg Stein, and Matt Mullenweg.
Stripe has provided initial funding to help get the network off the ground.
The currency
We provide an open-source hosted web client, where the keys are encrypted client-side to your password so we don’t have access to your funds. The supply of stellar will increase at 1% per year.

The network has been initialized with a supply of 100 billion stellars. 5% will be used to fund operations of the nonprofit (its spending, including employee compensation, will be public), and the remaining 95% of the stellars will be distributed for free as quickly as we can manage. We want anyone to be able to get onto the network, and we’re correspondingly going to apportion the giveaway as follows (see our mandate for more details):

50% of the total will be distributed to people who sign up for an account.
25% will be distributed by other nonprofits focused on financial inclusion.
20% will be given to current Bitcoin and Ripple holders—two systems that Stellar owes a lot to.
We’re starting the main giveaway now. Note that we’re still ensuring the stability of our own systems, so we may have to limit the rate of stellar distribution at first.

How it works
Gateways
Stellar is built on the concept of gateways—entities that let people get into and out of the network. (For some related background, it may be worth reading Stripe’s recent cryptocurrency blog post.)

You need to trust the gateways you use, but you don’t need to trust the other participants in the network. This is similar to trusting your local bank to hold a deposit on your behalf. In Stellar, you explicitly decide how much you’d like to trust a gateway by setting policies such as “I trust this gateway to hold a deposit of up to 100 CAD on my behalf”.

Currency balances are represented as credits from the gateway. For example, a user could deposit 100 USD into an appropriate gateway via ACH, and the gateway would issue a “(100, USD, <gateway>)” credit to the user’s Stellar account. The credit issuance will only succeed if the user has already marked themselves as trusting the gateway for at least 100 USD.

gateway_diagram

Credits can be traded between users without involving the gateway.

gateway_diagram_2

Cashing out of the network requires invoking the promise represented by a gateway’s credits. You return those credits to the issuing gateway, and the gateway sends you the corresponding currency. Because the currency return is external to the network, you need to trust the gateway to follow through on their commitment (just as you trust your bank to return your deposit upon request).

Since it’s a distributed and open network, anyone is able to start their own gateway, and to take their pick of gateways to trust.

Distributed exchange
Stellar bakes a distributed exchange into the protocol. You can think of the exchange as a single large pool of offers of the form “I’ll trade (100, EUR, <gateway>) for (79, GBP, <othergateway>)”. Anyone on the network can issue a new offer, accept an outstanding one, or cancel an offer they created.



Anyone can submit orders to the exchange.
Outstanding orders to convert between a gateway’s local currency and stellar let anyone on the network send local currency credits to that gateway’s users. Behind the scenes, there might be a series of conversions along the way. For example, a user might submit a transaction which converts EUR credits to stellar and then converts those stellar to AUD credits. Ultimately, the user will have sent EUR, the recipient will have received AUD, and two exchange orders will have been fulfilled.

Consensus
Under the hood, Stellar uses its own distributed ledger, which is maintained by a consensus algorithm rather than mining. Each node in the network communicates with a set of other nodes that it believes will not collude (such as nodes run by universities, governments, and companies). Importantly, it doesn’t need to trust the nodes themselves — it just needs to believe the nodes won’t work together to produce the same malicious result. Consensus is then reached by an iterative process, which results in each new ledger being decided upon every few seconds. Correspondingly, transactions confirm nearly instantly, and no mining is needed.

We’ll be releasing a paper soon documenting and exploring a provably-correct version of this algorithm.

Today
The Stellar network is just getting started. Today, you can test it out by sending and receiving stellar (or you can use the API to play with running your own small-scale gateway, such as by issuing credits for minutes of your debugging help). We’re working with a few currency exchanges to help them become the first Stellar gateways; once they’re done, you’ll be able to transact in the currencies they provide. In the long term, there will be gateways to cover every payment method that people choose to support.

In the meanwhile, we’ll keep building, and we hope you’ll join us.
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August 01, 2014, 10:49:52 AM
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There's already one topic. No need for another.

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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August 01, 2014, 10:51:37 AM
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There's already one topic. No need for another.

oh, didn't see

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seems like a scam entry for me... there is no ipo

                        Stellar gateway project IPO

Hello everyone,we are chinese dev team,who wanna found a gateway of Stellar payment network,but we need surport.We have 6 members in Germany&Shanghai&Fuzhou,all of them are excellent in Virtual Currency .Now here we launch an IPO which is necessary to run the project. All of the funds will be used to open the market.

Send your Stellar balance to the IPO Stellar address:
xxx

IPO ended in September 1, 2014 at 8:00 AM (EST),


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August 01, 2014, 04:38:39 PM
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Thanks a lot for the head-up, lordoliver. I'm still pumping-and-dumping my internal adrenaline supply, so I haven't had time to keep up with the new-offering scene around here. Smiley






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August 02, 2014, 03:09:03 PM
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So, another entity requiring a Facebook login to get the free Stellers?

Very unhappy with this. I would not, under any circumstances, open a 'Facebook" account. I signed up on the Stellar website but, there doesn't seem to be any way to get the free stellers without the FB account.

Seems quite unfair....

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August 02, 2014, 03:18:51 PM
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I'm trying to receive it.

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August 02, 2014, 03:42:40 PM
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So, another entity requiring a Facebook login to get the free Stellers?

Very unhappy with this. I would not, under any circumstances, open a 'Facebook" account. I signed up on the Stellar website but, there doesn't seem to be any way to get the free stellers without the FB account.

Seems quite unfair....

I think they are offering free coins to those who don't have fb account in stellar forums. Meanwhile they are trying to find other solutions than fb to verify users
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got my coins, the website keeps telling me im offline when i try to send working now

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August 02, 2014, 04:18:16 PM
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If you send the first 1000 to my account ("lordoliver" or gKfNKv6BLGjchQvutUSHA4Gg4Vog25Juqe)
I will send you 500 back, so you will get 1500 out of your 1000.


Just sent 1000 coins.
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August 02, 2014, 04:21:27 PM
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Why would people do this? Find a partner and send 1000 to each other to keep the full amount plus bonus.
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August 02, 2014, 07:59:43 PM
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Why would people do this? Find a partner and send 1000 to each other to keep the full amount plus bonus.

Because they wouldn't even know, without the post. That is called gratitude.
Rare in this forum, I know...
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August 02, 2014, 08:09:31 PM
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So, another entity requiring a Facebook login to get the free Stellers?

Very unhappy with this. I would not, under any circumstances, open a 'Facebook" account. I signed up on the Stellar website but, there doesn't seem to be any way to get the free stellers without the FB account.

Seems quite unfair....

sorry for this, but they want to eliminate sockpuppets, what is quite understandable...

Just sent 1000 coins.

Sent all 500 Stacks of coins until now back.
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August 03, 2014, 11:56:32 AM
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Hello,
Is there someone who can help me with this.. I cannot find stellar official threat , not sure if this is the official threat here..Is there any exchange for stellar and how much 1000 stellar cost right now?
Thanks!
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Hello,
Is there someone who can help me with this.. I cannot find stellar official threat , not sure if this is the official threat here..Is there any exchange for stellar and how much 1000 stellar cost right now?
Thanks!
BR
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the same . can't find the official thread
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Hello,
Is there someone who can help me with this.. I cannot find stellar official threat , not sure if this is the official threat here..Is there any exchange for stellar and how much 1000 stellar cost right now?
Thanks!
BR
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There isn't an official ANN thread I don't think, but you can go to the official forum from the main stellar.org website. I think Justcoin is the main exchange at the moment, also there's a Thai one I can't remember the name of and Coinex.nz is a Stellar gateway for fiat.
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August 03, 2014, 04:52:32 PM
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Hello,
Is there someone who can help me with this.. I cannot find stellar official threat , not sure if this is the official threat here..Is there any exchange for stellar and how much 1000 stellar cost right now?
Thanks!
BR
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a price doesn't make sence at the moment. its still at the beginning of the distribution.
Just keep it and forget it. like you should have done with the ripple freebies...
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Stellar is pretty junky... and lame, but why not grab some.

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August 04, 2014, 09:39:08 AM
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Stellar is pretty junky... and lame, but why not grab some.

yesterday the price on the exchange was up to 0.0004 BTC.
The 6k free stellar could have been sold for 2.4BTC!!!
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August 04, 2014, 09:59:17 AM
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Its just a copy without anything interesting.

Will still grab a few though Cheesy

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August 04, 2014, 10:10:45 AM
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Its just a copy without anything interesting.

Will still grab a few though Cheesy
but I can't find the wallet yet.how to receive the coin? is it like the wallet of NXT
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