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October 23, 2014, 08:52:29 AM
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**UPDATE**

Address search will be live this evening (EST) on the official transaction explorer - http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk

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October 23, 2014, 05:39:01 PM
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**UPDATE**

Address search will be live this evening (EST) on the official transaction explorer - http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk

This is good, will it be possible to view all transfers from block 1 like in normal block explorer, example: value out column in feathercoin block explorer.

https://explorer.feathercoin.com/chain/Feathercoin

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October 23, 2014, 05:45:16 PM
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**UPDATE**

Address search will be live this evening (EST) on the official transaction explorer - http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk

This is good, will it be possible to view all transfers from block 1 like in normal block explorer, example: value out column in feathercoin block explorer.

https://explorer.feathercoin.com/chain/Feathercoin



These are the fields that will be available:


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October 23, 2014, 05:46:50 PM
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Is it not possible to do value out in the future? It is great way to audit slg movement.

**UPDATE**

Address search will be live this evening (EST) on the official transaction explorer - http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk

This is good, will it be possible to view all transfers from block 1 like in normal block explorer, example: value out column in feathercoin block explorer.

https://explorer.feathercoin.com/chain/Feathercoin



These are the fields that will be available:



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October 23, 2014, 05:50:05 PM
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Is it not possible to do value out in the future? It is great way to audit slg movement.

**UPDATE**

Address search will be live this evening (EST) on the official transaction explorer - http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk

This is good, will it be possible to view all transfers from block 1 like in normal block explorer, example: value out column in feathercoin block explorer.

https://explorer.feathercoin.com/chain/Feathercoin



These are the fields that will be available:





Once Matthew comes online I will talk to him to see if it is going live this evening and if not then I will see to getting this added.

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October 23, 2014, 09:02:05 PM
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Sterlingcoin is now 7/7 rated by Coinsource.


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October 23, 2014, 10:14:54 PM
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Get behind the Sterlingcoin Crypto Currency Card on StartJOIN.

https://www.startjoin.com/backers/project/slg_cc

Limited Edition run of just 100 Cards.

All cards come preloaded with 50SLG.

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October 23, 2014, 10:27:48 PM
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We contacted CoinPayments.net today and received an email back stating that we will be added to the public vote platform.

As soon as this happens we will notify the community.

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October 24, 2014, 12:35:51 AM
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Excellent work devs! 7/7rated is freakin awesome. SLG is going to catch on fire soon, no doubt about it. Time to dump some of my other cryptos and scoop up some more SLG.

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October 24, 2014, 06:30:26 AM
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Excellent work devs! 7/7rated is freakin awesome. SLG is going to catch on fire soon, no doubt about it. Time to dump some of my other cryptos and scoop up some more SLG.

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October 24, 2014, 07:48:15 AM
Last edit: October 24, 2014, 07:59:05 AM by Sterlingcoin
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Address Search Now Available



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October 24, 2014, 08:45:51 AM
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We will be rolling out an optional download of Version 1.2 which will exclude the 'Trade' and 'Buy SLG' tabs within the wallet.

This is for people with security concerns or who feel they lack the knowledge to fully secure their system against attack.

This release will be built for Linux, Windows and Mac and made available as soon as possible.

This optional version will still include the 'Market' and 'Transaction Explorer' tabs.

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October 24, 2014, 08:56:04 AM
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Excellent work devs! 7/7rated is freakin awesome. SLG is going to catch on fire soon, no doubt about it. Time to dump some of my other cryptos and scoop up some more SLG.



Loving the GIF.

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October 24, 2014, 09:03:12 AM
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Small new SLG article :

http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/sterlingcoin-wallets-listed-on-cnet-startjoin-campaign-more
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Nice article JD.

CNet and Sourceforge were definitely a good idea in terms of getting the wallets more accessible.

We will be looking at FileHippo, Softpedia and any other software repositories people suggest.

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An email received back today. This will show the direction we are aiming.

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Dear Mr. Lievens,

Thank you for your inquiry. The ISO 4217 Maintenance Agency is responsible for maintaining the currency code lists assigned to countries. As a general rule, the need for issuing new codes, shall be evidenced by a substantiated application, which may be submitted by monetary authorities only. Monetary authorities is defined as follow: An authority that has the monetary sovereignty to exercise legal control over the currency of a country or countries and that is entitled to determine the currency unit, the denominations, etc.

In most instances the monetary authority is the central bank of the respective country. Further the standard defines the guidelines for applicants as follows:
The need for issuing new codes, amendments and deletions to the lists shall be evidenced by a substantiated application, which may be submitted by monetary authorities only. The Maintenance Agency shall always consult with an international monetary authority for validation and source of request before implementing the requested change.

Yours faithfully,
 
Secretariat of the Maintenance Agency

for ISO 4217

c/o SIX Interbank Clearing Ltd

P.O. Box

Hardturmstrasse 201

CH-8021 Zurich

Switzerland

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An email received back today. This will show the direction we are aiming.

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Dear Mr. Lievens,

Thank you for your inquiry. The ISO 4217 Maintenance Agency is responsible for maintaining the currency code lists assigned to countries. As a general rule, the need for issuing new codes, shall be evidenced by a substantiated application, which may be submitted by monetary authorities only. Monetary authorities is defined as follow: An authority that has the monetary sovereignty to exercise legal control over the currency of a country or countries and that is entitled to determine the currency unit, the denominations, etc.

In most instances the monetary authority is the central bank of the respective country. Further the standard defines the guidelines for applicants as follows:
The need for issuing new codes, amendments and deletions to the lists shall be evidenced by a substantiated application, which may be submitted by monetary authorities only. The Maintenance Agency shall always consult with an international monetary authority for validation and source of request before implementing the requested change.

Yours faithfully,
 
Secretariat of the Maintenance Agency

for ISO 4217

c/o SIX Interbank Clearing Ltd

P.O. Box

Hardturmstrasse 201

CH-8021 Zurich

Switzerland

That's brilliant.

"An authority that has the monetary sovereignty to exercise legal control over the currency of a country or countries"

"In most instances the monetary authority is the central bank of the respective country"

...

It's such an archaic approach. You should write back to them asking exactly which 'monetary authority' would be able to provide ISO registration for a decentralized monetary system ?

Using Sovereignty as the basis of 'legal control' is in fact hilarious.

I recently posted about some research I conducted some time ago with regards to 'Nation States' and 'Sovereignty as an Individual'.

See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=815529.0 - Bitnation.co - Governance 2.0 or just a Stateless Alternative ?!?

Basically, in existing International Law, through Polity and Entity it can be put forward that an individual (or group) already has monetary sovereignty on the blockchain.

According to the Montevideo Convention https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Montevideo_Convention

“The state as a person of international law should possess the following qualifications: (a) a permanent population; (b) a defined territory; (c) government; and (d) capacity to enter into relations with the other states.”

The most difficult aspect is in finding an independent or unclaimed territory to become a fully fledged ‘Sovereign Nation’.

https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Terra_nullius

“land belonging to no one, which is used in international law to describe territory which has never been subject to the sovereignty of any state, or over which any prior sovereign has expressly or implicitly relinquished sovereignty. Sovereignty over territory which is terra nullius may be acquired through occupation, though in some cases doing so would violate an international law or treaty.”

Polity – https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Polity

“A polity is a state … It is generally understood to mean a geographic area with a corresponding government … body politic was also understood to mean “the physical person of the sovereign:”

Entity – https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Entity

“In law, a legal entity is an entity that is capable of bearing legal rights and obligations, such as a natural person or an artificial person (e.g. business entity or a corporate entity).”

- Even our world leaders have had issues understanding the principals of Sovereignty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdimK1onR4o   Roll Eyes

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Perhaps an alternative might be to designate some land or property as " Sterlingland " and to declare it as a Sovereign Micro Nation.

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syujTp5m5Vk - How To Start Your Own Country - Episode 1 of 6   Grin

...

On a more serious note what about the commodities or assets ISO route ? Its interesting to note that Bitcoin is in fact already listed on http://www.xe.com/ as XBT

Anyway, excellent work in making the 'regulatory authorities' more aware of crypto currencies in general and specifically Sterlingcoin ofc.

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October 24, 2014, 10:57:22 AM
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An email received back today. This will show the direction we are aiming.

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Dear Mr. Lievens,

Thank you for your inquiry. The ISO 4217 Maintenance Agency is responsible for maintaining the currency code lists assigned to countries. As a general rule, the need for issuing new codes, shall be evidenced by a substantiated application, which may be submitted by monetary authorities only. Monetary authorities is defined as follow: An authority that has the monetary sovereignty to exercise legal control over the currency of a country or countries and that is entitled to determine the currency unit, the denominations, etc.

In most instances the monetary authority is the central bank of the respective country. Further the standard defines the guidelines for applicants as follows:
The need for issuing new codes, amendments and deletions to the lists shall be evidenced by a substantiated application, which may be submitted by monetary authorities only. The Maintenance Agency shall always consult with an international monetary authority for validation and source of request before implementing the requested change.

Yours faithfully,
 
Secretariat of the Maintenance Agency

for ISO 4217

c/o SIX Interbank Clearing Ltd

P.O. Box

Hardturmstrasse 201

CH-8021 Zurich

Switzerland

That's brilliant.

"An authority that has the monetary sovereignty to exercise legal control over the currency of a country or countries"

"In most instances the monetary authority is the central bank of the respective country"

...

It's such an archaic approach. You should write back to them and ask which 'monetary authority' would be able to provide ISO registration for a decentralized monetary system ?

Using Sovereignty as the basis of 'legal control' is in fact hilarious.

I recently posted about some research I conducted some time ago with regards to 'Nation States' and your 'Sovereignty as an Individual'.

See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=815529.0 - Bitnation.co - Governance 2.0 or just a Stateless Alternative ?!?

Basically, in existing International Law, through Polity and Entity it can be put forward that an individual (or group) already has monetary sovereignty on the blockchain.

According to the Montevideo Convention https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Montevideo_Convention

“The state as a person of international law should possess the following qualifications: (a) a permanent population; (b) a defined territory; (c) government; and (d) capacity to enter into relations with the other states.”

The most difficult aspect is in finding an independent or unclaimed territory to become a fully fledged ‘Sovereign Nation’.

https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Terra_nullius

“land belonging to no one, which is used in international law to describe territory which has never been subject to the sovereignty of any state, or over which any prior sovereign has expressly or implicitly relinquished sovereignty. Sovereignty over territory which is terra nullius may be acquired through occupation, though in some cases doing so would violate an international law or treaty.”

Polity – https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Polity

“A polity is a state … It is generally understood to mean a geographic area with a corresponding government … body politic was also understood to mean “the physical person of the sovereign:”

Entity – https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Entity

“In law, a legal entity is an entity that is capable of bearing legal rights and obligations, such as a natural person or an artificial person (e.g. business entity or a corporate entity).”

- Even our world leaders have had issues understanding the principals of Sovereignty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdimK1onR4o   Roll Eyes

...

Perhaps an alternative might be to designate some land or property as " Sterlingland " and to declare it as a Sovereign Micro Nation.

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syujTp5m5Vk - How To Start Your Own Country - Episode 1 of 6   Grin

...

On a more serious note what about the commodities or assets ISO route ? Its interesting to note that Bitcoin is in fact already listed on http://www.xe.com/ as XBT

Anyway, excellent work in making the 'regulatory authorities' more aware of crypto currencies in general and specifically Sterlingcoin ofc.

In the UK it would be the FSA. Also this is the ISO route. ISO4217 Wink

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October 24, 2014, 11:01:07 AM
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My original email:

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This is an initial contact to inquire upon the necessary steps that need to be taken to add Sterlingcoin (SLG) (http://sterlingcoin.org.uk) to the list of ISO currency codes.

We look forward to hearing from you,
 

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In the UK it would be the FSA. Also this is the ISO route. ISO4217 Wink

Indeed. They also offer other registrations that could help with Sterlingcoins validity, recognition and acceptance.

It's rather ironic though to be seeking official verification from institutions who indirectly support the endless printing of essentially 'worthless' paper currency and therefore deflation through unlimited money creation.

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