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December 01, 2014, 01:25:59 AM
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seems like 5k is gonna be the new floor for the day.. not bad still a 12% increase from yesterday.
Outta popcorn.. back to working on road map.  Grin

estimate of an eta? Smiley

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December 01, 2014, 01:38:15 AM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.

Wall has disappeared for now
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December 01, 2014, 01:43:52 AM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.

Wall has disappeared for now

The wall has been removed. I was splitting my coins to do some trading in another market while I waited on my opal.
I didn't expect it to cause such a commotion lol

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December 01, 2014, 01:50:30 AM
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either someone wants to exit, or manipulate the market. either way i say, dont undersell him and wait till we devour that 6btc wall.

Wall has disappeared for now

The wall has been removed. I was splitting my coins to do some trading in another market while I waited on my opal.
I didn't expect it to cause such a commotion lol

Well, thanks for creating some discussion for a bit ha!

Currently have OPAL markets open on another monitor while I do work, easy to notice all changes in orderbooks, maybe I'm too fixated for now lol
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December 01, 2014, 02:21:56 AM
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hi, how often supernet adds new coins?
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December 01, 2014, 03:11:33 AM
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hi, how often supernet adds new coins?

not often
there is no time schedule, just when a qualified coin is found

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http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
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December 01, 2014, 04:06:28 AM
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The good thing about this coin how clean and free of trolls and fuds, I have never seen a so clean professional thread like this and this will contribute to the success of Opalcoin

There isn't anything to get mad about. FUD is good. It shines a light on problems with the coin. Things are going well so far. There isn't anything to fear with investing in this coin.

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December 01, 2014, 04:32:36 AM
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How does superNET work? Where can I read anything about how revenues work and what are the benefits to stake holders?
Btw the latest news on OPAL were so stunning, I truly think this coin can be on the top 30 of alts easily.
I have been suggesting you to buy this coin since OPAL being @500sat Cheesy

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December 01, 2014, 05:05:14 AM
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How does superNET work? Where can I read anything about how revenues work and what are the benefits to stake holders?
Btw the latest news on OPAL were so stunning, I truly think this coin can be on the top 30 of alts easily.
I have been suggesting you to buy this coin since OPAL being @500sat Cheesy
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=762346.msg9694856#msg9694856 starts a discussion about how SuperNET assets work.

the following is an approximation of how SuperNET works:




http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
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December 01, 2014, 05:16:10 AM
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Yay! Lets get this baby moving again! Smiley

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December 01, 2014, 06:35:31 AM
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Hello All,

Over the past couple of days we have received a number of  emails from the public that have no link to crypto, but would like to purchase OPAL. As you can imagine, for a new user this is fairly strenuous if they have no experience in Bitcoin or altcoins.  
We are currently exploring the possibility of being listed with a service that users and investors will be able to purchase OPAL with Paypal.
However before we move forward with this we would like to gauge further interest from the OPAL community.

How much would you spend per week or month if you could purchase OPAL via Paypal?


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December 01, 2014, 06:55:21 AM
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For an investment, maybe a Hundo a month.

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December 01, 2014, 07:14:43 AM
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If the fees aren't akin to the ones on virwox for using paypal, then I may consider switching to what ever provider is supporting you.
1200 monthly is what I normally invest into crypto a month from USD funds.

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December 01, 2014, 07:52:25 AM
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Better to educate new users on crypto and opal coin, teach them how to buy and why to buy not go through paypal.
If they pay through paypal, how would they understand how to send coins from one place to another/stake/trade on markets?
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December 01, 2014, 08:00:06 AM
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Hello All,

Over the past couple of days we have received a number of  emails from the public that have no link to crypto, but would like to purchase OPAL. As you can imagine, for a new user this is fairly strenuous if they have no experience in Bitcoin or altcoins.  
We are currently exploring the possibility of being listed with a service that users and investors will be able to purchase OPAL with Paypal.
However before we move forward with this we would like to gauge further interest from the OPAL community.

How much would you spend per week or month if you could purchase OPAL via Paypal?


Regards,

Opal Team


I would love for anyone to buy OPAL with PayPal. I'm too scared to sell crypto for paypal myself because of laws. I would try to get a Japanese person to handle the US$ to OPAL. There are no crypto rules in Japan. My next worry would be, what if someone bought $10,000 worth of OPAL and then complained to PayPal that you never actually sent the funds/sent the funds to a wallet you own.

Have you thought of these issues before? I would be careful if I were you. I don't want to see the dev of a coin I bought going to jail.


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December 01, 2014, 08:06:57 AM
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Hello All,

Over the past couple of days we have received a number of  emails from the public that have no link to crypto, but would like to purchase OPAL. As you can imagine, for a new user this is fairly strenuous if they have no experience in Bitcoin or altcoins.  
We are currently exploring the possibility of being listed with a service that users and investors will be able to purchase OPAL with Paypal.
However before we move forward with this we would like to gauge further interest from the OPAL community.

How much would you spend per week or month if you could purchase OPAL via Paypal?


Regards,

Opal Team


I would love for anyone to buy OPAL with PayPal. I'm too scared to sell crypto for paypal myself because of laws. I would try to get a Japanese person to handle the US$ to OPAL. There are no crypto rules in Japan. My next worry would be, what if someone bought $10,000 worth of OPAL and then complained to PayPal that you never actually sent the funds/sent the funds to a wallet you own.

Have you thought of these issues before? I would be careful if I were you. I don't want to see the dev of a coin I bought going to jail.




The service will not be handled by OPAL. We are looking at Wesellcryptos they provide a service for panda and dogecoin.

See links for more info

https://www.weselldoges.com/
https://www.weselldoges.com/limits
https://www.weselldoges.com/about

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December 01, 2014, 08:08:53 AM
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Hello All,

Over the past couple of days we have received a number of  emails from the public that have no link to crypto, but would like to purchase OPAL. As you can imagine, for a new user this is fairly strenuous if they have no experience in Bitcoin or altcoins.  
We are currently exploring the possibility of being listed with a service that users and investors will be able to purchase OPAL with Paypal.
However before we move forward with this we would like to gauge further interest from the OPAL community.

How much would you spend per week or month if you could purchase OPAL via Paypal?


Regards,

Opal Team


I would love for anyone to buy OPAL with PayPal. I'm too scared to sell crypto for paypal myself because of laws. I would try to get a Japanese person to handle the US$ to OPAL. There are no crypto rules in Japan. My next worry would be, what if someone bought $10,000 worth of OPAL and then complained to PayPal that you never actually sent the funds/sent the funds to a wallet you own.

Have you thought of these issues before? I would be careful if I were you. I don't want to see the dev of a coin I bought going to jail.




The service will not be handled by OPAL. We are looking at Wesellcryptos they provide a service for panda and dogecoin.

See link for more info

https://www.weselldoges.com/




Great idea. I look forward to seeing OPAL added there soon. Hopefully you can get it added there within 1 week.



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December 01, 2014, 08:16:39 AM
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Better to educate new users on crypto and opal coin, teach them how to buy and why to buy not go through paypal.
If they pay through paypal, how would they understand how to send coins from one place to another/stake/trade on markets?


Currently we are looking at all avenues to introduce and accommodate new users. You also make a valid point regarding the ins and outs of crypto. We are not trying to side step this point we are looking at working on something to assist with this in the future.

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December 01, 2014, 08:56:12 AM
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Just a question about the wallet, i have coins that are stuck staking , but it says that i have no mature coins to stake , any ideas, how to release them?
Thanks  Wink


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December 01, 2014, 08:56:54 AM
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For members wanting to read up further on SuperNET the official thread can be found here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=762346.0

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