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Author Topic: [FIBRE] | 625k | [SuperNET] | FibreDark | FibreLock | FibreGateway | ZeroTrust |  (Read 514628 times)
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November 14, 2014, 06:41:03 PM
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The latest shift for the FibreCoin Multipool paid out over 164 FIBRE.

Still need more mining support on this pool. The slower speeds cause larger fluctuations in profitability.

Cheers!

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November 14, 2014, 06:47:18 PM
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The latest shift for the FibreCoin Multipool paid out over 164 FIBRE.

Still need more mining support on this pool. The slower speeds cause larger fluctuations in profitability.

Cheers!

Thanks , we hope it will change after releasing ZeroTrust Smiley

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November 14, 2014, 07:15:51 PM
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The latest shift for the FibreCoin Multipool paid out over 164 FIBRE.

Still need more mining support on this pool. The slower speeds cause larger fluctuations in profitability.

Cheers!

i powered my rig back up to support the multipool this week. I hope more people join in.
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November 14, 2014, 07:17:46 PM
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>>>> Progress update <<<<

Hello everyone...
Checking in to give you all an update on ZeroTrust.

This week we started some internal testing between a couple of us, utilising some of the existing resources to make sure the ZeroTrust functionality works as expected. While for the most part we had success, the testing did show up some issues, more focused around how the wallets interact while on the (FibreDark) Tor network, which we will go back and re-work into the solution. But this week has seen some major steps forward in the technology we're using.

Keep an eye out for the Ninja, you never know where he is hiding Smiley






Great news! I just bought more FIBRE and I hope we will go to the moon soon.
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November 15, 2014, 12:42:27 PM
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excuse me guys could you explain me zerotrust o give me a link to lear something more about it, thanks  Wink
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November 15, 2014, 12:46:51 PM
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excuse me guys could you explain me zerotrust o give me a link to lear something more about it, thanks  Wink

Hi All,

I just want to start this update by making it clear, Fibre is not an Anon Coin. We are a Digital Currency targeting the mainstream user that has never used Digital Currency's.

Stage one of our plan was to first capture the Crypto Community's attention, we chose to do this by implementing end to end privacy at a pace never seen before. I also believe that to target the mainstream you must be able to offer users the best experience. Ease of use, flexibility, accessibility etc

Fibre ZeroTrust © Transaction Privacy design brief

In the current design which is based on the open source XC mixer revision 1, there are some designated mixer nodes on the network that handle the mixing requests between client and destination. Transactions are split up into multiple smaller ones and then send either via one or two mixers then onto the final destination. The issues with this is that each of the smaller transactions are logged on the mixers and on the blockchain before being sent to the destination address. Potentially with a lot of hard work and forceful access to the mixer nodes the original transactions could be traced back eventually. But someone would have to be very determined and have full access to all the mixer nodes!

The new Fibre ZeroTrust design aims to get over this by uniquely sharing transaction information between multiple mixer nodes on the network fully decentralized.

The flow goes like this:

Once a mixer node has picked up the mix request, it immediately shares the transaction information with other mixer nodes on the network. This shared transaction information is never unique to any specific mixer node until enough information has been shared between nodes to build up the full request. Then which even node has the final request information handles the transaction into the blockchain. There are safe guards in place to unsure that the mixer node receiving the initial request will never be the node that sends on the final transaction to the blockchain. Shared transaction information is never stored on the any of mixer nodes that handle the transmits and receives, as this is handled at an additional application layer above the blockchain processing. All that's registered is that one of the mixers sent a transaction to a destination address which was registered on the blockchain. If anyone were to gain physical access to the mixer nodes they could not trace back where the original sent transaction came from, as it's registered in the blockchain as coming form a single use address on the mixer to a destination address on the network.

One of the new mixer requirements it to enforce its usage over the FibreDark (Tor) network so that mixer nodes will always be registered behind hidden services nodes, regardless of the IP address they physically sit behind. This makes it easier to setup and manage mixers on the network. There will also be other minimum requirements to be set out in the near future.




Please note more details and marketing material to follow.........


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November 15, 2014, 10:12:17 PM
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You can still get some free Fibre through the faucet https://bchain.info/FIBRE/faucet and multipool fibre.xpool.ca

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November 16, 2014, 11:14:12 AM
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I love the FibreOS, its awesome.  Will it be part of the Blocknet and how?
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November 16, 2014, 12:01:05 PM
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I love the FibreOS, its awesome.  Will it be part of the Blocknet and how?


Rev4 roadmap hasn`t been still revealed yet Wink

Great things ahead Smiley


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November 16, 2014, 12:38:58 PM
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I love the FibreOS, its awesome.  Will it be part of the Blocknet and how?


Rev4 roadmap hasn`t been still revealed yet Wink

Great things ahead Smiley



Hello mxxxxxx, feeling like something big is coming. When Rev4 roadmap will be revealed?


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November 16, 2014, 01:11:33 PM
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I love the FibreOS, its awesome.  Will it be part of the Blocknet and how?


Rev4 roadmap hasn`t been still revealed yet Wink

Great things ahead Smiley



Hello mxxxxxx, feeling like something big is coming. When Rev4 roadmap will be revealed?

When we are ready enough to not let others clone our ideas in meantime Smiley

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November 17, 2014, 08:16:13 AM
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Hello gentlemen. I have a question. Is FIBRECOIN will have a wallet on android? And what is the result that it has such a low price? Fibrecoin definitely needs better investors
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November 17, 2014, 08:25:59 AM
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Hello gentlemen. I have a question. Is FIBRECOIN will have a wallet on android? And what is the result that it has such a low price? Fibrecoin definitely needs better investors

Hey, mobile wallets are in the works, it is very easy to manipulate Fibre market, we hope that incoming releases will change the trend

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November 17, 2014, 08:32:27 AM
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Hello gentlemen. I have a question. Is FIBRECOIN will have a wallet on android? And what is the result that it has such a low price? Fibrecoin definitely needs better investors

Hey, mobile wallets are in the works, it is very easy to manipulate Fibre market, we hope that incoming releases will change the trend

Do you know when mobile wallet will be completed?
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November 17, 2014, 08:35:03 AM
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Hello gentlemen. I have a question. Is FIBRECOIN will have a wallet on android? And what is the result that it has such a low price? Fibrecoin definitely needs better investors

Hey, mobile wallets are in the works, it is very easy to manipulate Fibre market, we hope that incoming releases will change the trend

Do you know when mobile wallet will be completed?

I know Smiley no dates , only ninja releases and surprises

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November 17, 2014, 09:34:01 AM
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Guys, sorry, but ninja days are over. Now we need solid dates and promotion. One of the best coins on the market - should be safe haven for all the BTC on the market.
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November 17, 2014, 10:01:56 AM
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Guys, sorry, but ninja days are over. Now we need solid dates and promotion. One of the best coins on the market - should be safe haven for all the BTC on the market.

Dates are only helping market manipulators, press releases are being prepared

Fibre Team is solid and will deliver everything what is planned and more

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November 17, 2014, 10:14:26 AM
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Sorry to write that but it seems like the devs are putting all their efforts into getting their BTC from Moolah. For many months there were only promises and not much of a development. This coin became a joke now. Honestly, I feel safer with the presale BTC with Moolah because that would be the only reason for the devs to keep working (or should I say start working?) on the coin. If/when they get their money back from Moolah they might just take the money and disappear. There are so many coins that accomplished more without any funding and Syscoin had plenty of BTC given to them and yet nothing happens. Investors, understand that you are safer now, when Moolah has the devs in a checkmate, than you would be if they were actually be given the money. Devs, you might be ignoring comments like that or you might be deleting them, but please undersand that if you won't do anything in the next few DAYS this coin is over.

Whoever paid you for this job you did it in the wrong thread Cheesy

These things were achieved in 8 weeks http://www.cryptoarticles.com/featured/fibre-offers-anonymity-privacy-their-very-own-operating-system-and-so-much-more

Many months of promises lol , you are the worst fudder ever  Grin btw there was no IPO/ICO , do your homework before posting something

ZeroTrust is just around the corner  Cool

ZeroTrust was announced on 22nd October...developing unique decentralized , trustless transactions in one month would be another record, don`t you think ?

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November 17, 2014, 10:23:06 AM
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Oh shit ...   Huh  You have no clue.

Put mind in gear before opening mouth!
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November 17, 2014, 10:41:48 AM
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SmokeJoe, Your syscoin thread leaked here?
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