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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432494 times)
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December 11, 2015, 09:00:42 PM
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My friend wants to put a Solar Array on his House Rooftop. What are the best panels out now and inverters. Should he consider Battery or just sell back to the Power company? We are in the Valley of the Sun! So it gets very hot in the summer I burn my hand opening my car door all the time, flippin oven here.

I want to send them to SolCrypto.com to affiliate the purchase but they may decide not to do it. Very old school and they don't care... Can I claim for them if they don't want to?

Ifloorwalker... I meant to ask, since it will be a while before the Graphene is implemented, is it worth it to wait? Especially in my hot climate and the added Percentage it grants over the lifespan.  

Thanks in advance for any direction!

Hi CryptoNick,

basically there are three types of solar panels out on the market that are mature technologies. (i.e. they have been operational now over 20 years and GW installed capacity in most climate zones).  I wouldn't wait for Graphene. I've been in research, it takes 5-10 years and then another 5-10 years to get stuff to "mature" or a usable product, and think of all the Solarcoins you could get in that time!
The first is crystalline silicon (i.e. Yingli, Canadian Solar, Kyocera, Sharp etc etc), the second is quasi-crystalline silicon (ReneSola) and thirdly there is thin-film (First Solar, and Solar Frontier). Now these are the three major categories.
For the valley of the Sun, I am familiar with the climate in Arizona and it is a hot desert climate. There are very extreme temperature days especially in the summer months. A dry and wind abrasive climate as well.
This means that panels that have a track record in this Köppen defined climate zone (i.e. crystalline silicon and also CdTe as the First Solar HQ is in Phoenix and they are testing there many years.)

I would gravitate to buying panels with a lower temperature loss coefficient (e.g. ReneSola at -0.4%/DegK) or First Solar CDTe (-0.25%/DegK). And also a good warranty for sand storms (if you get any) and excessive abrasive activities that diminish the solar modules encapsulants. (this is tested independently by IEC61215 2nd Ed. and IEC61730-2) but better and more data is always good. UL standard is also mandatory for the US as well (i think it is UL1703). The difference per year could be somewhere between 3-4% or even more between the module types in your climate zone.

For inverters, if is a house, micro-inverters (one on the back of each module) are getting very affective.
Also for storage, Tesla Powerwall is very exciting (but there are also other alternatives), although you would need to get a bigger capacity than their simplest smallest unit. (I think it was 3kWh?)
We are currently at the verge of an amazing revolution. Solar to power your own house, own storage, your own financial assets (solarcoin). This is excellent and exciting.

Cheers,
-lfloorwalker

This is Excellent information thank you so much for taking the time to let us know about the advantages and the ROI will hit at about 3 years so the Development time is long enough to offset there. That extra 3-4% is still worth it over 20 years and it only takes knowledge. So if you consider ROI is around 3 years and development of Graphene would boost around 15% difference, that means you get 2-5 years of savings before you need to consider Graphene. And who knows something else may come out in that time span that overtakes Graphene. I will tell him about Tesla too it would be great to get to experience it first hand.
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December 11, 2015, 09:10:15 PM
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All it is going to take is a few people to step up and buy the cheap solarcoins and then more people will take notice and claims will start comming in. Higher prices will attract all types of good attention.

If bitcoins never got over 5 cents do you think anyone would really know about it today besides a few?

I plan to give out solarcoin paper wallets to all my family this Christmas imagine if you did that when bitcoins where under 5 cents.

Buy/hold/claim/stake repeat...

Agreed. It always starts with the speculators and traders.
The bitcoin example is great.
Especially because Solarcoin is in a very similar position as bitcoin back then where almost nobody knew about it.
You know what gives me the most hope? The fact that Solarcoin is pretty much only accepted on one exchange ( So there is potential to be added on more exchanges...), and i'm really relieved that it's not Cryptsy  Grin

But seriously this coin has so much potential and it has been climbing up the coinmarketcap list. Currently at rank 64. We have been around 50 already. I remember when Solarcoin was on the second or third page of coinmarketcap. between rank 150 and 250.
With most other altcoins dying right now I do see a scenario where SLR climbs so high up the marketcap list that people won't have a chance to ignore it any longer.
Seriously though look at all the crap that still has a higher market cap than Solarcoin. Actually I can't believe it! We should be right under Litecoin or at least 5-10 places under it not less.

I too will be giving away Solarcoins for christmas  Tongue
Can't think of a better present

I think the only thing holding up this coin is the pre-mine.  I know it only used for claims but I think if there was a way to burn the pre-mine automate and verify claims the price would go through the roof and there would be an arms race to produce as much solar energy as possible.  Just my take.

You can see my countless posts arguing for this approach. I have come up with several different ways that make it even better on top of burning the 98Billion. Only time will tell if my options will gain traction but I believe Solarcoin will not implement those since it is based on Networking and simplistic value concepts that only time and exposure can promote. It is a long term project.
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December 11, 2015, 10:38:34 PM
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Splash image changed on SolarCoin website to be more "friendlier".   Cheesy
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December 11, 2015, 11:07:13 PM
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hello team,
what are we waiting to get slr certified as "certified market" on bittrex?
https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203692234--Draft-What-is-a-Verified-Market-
thx

@: 8cfscmSGjePDWwu6w5kbMbACwHhybLrawk
§1 = 1MWh
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December 12, 2015, 02:18:50 AM
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Splash image changed on SolarCoin website to be more "friendlier".   Cheesy

looks like it was taken care of Smiley http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/

Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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December 12, 2015, 02:20:11 AM
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hello team,
what are we waiting to get slr certified as "certified market" on bittrex?
https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203692234--Draft-What-is-a-Verified-Market-
thx

Sounds like a reasonable idea. I will reach out and start the process.

Nick

Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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December 12, 2015, 06:18:15 AM
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hello team,
what are we waiting to get slr certified as "certified market" on bittrex?
https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203692234--Draft-What-is-a-Verified-Market-
thx

Sounds like a reasonable idea. I will reach out and start the process.

Nick
This is a great idea and will give investors more confidence in the coin.
I will also put my vote in for option 1 re Slack and Security.
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December 12, 2015, 09:14:04 AM
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hello team,
what are we waiting to get slr certified as "certified market" on bittrex?
https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203692234--Draft-What-is-a-Verified-Market-
thx

Sounds like a reasonable idea. I will reach out and start the process.

Nick
Thanks, you may have corrected yourself, "verified market", not "certified market" ...

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December 12, 2015, 12:07:03 PM
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Splash image changed on SolarCoin website to be more "friendlier".   Cheesy

looks like it was taken care of Smiley http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/

Great. This is why I love Solarcoin. People Listen to the community and things are happenning behind the scenes Wink keep up the great work! By the way I also think we should keep the main discussion on here at bitcointalk, and then have slack for security!
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December 12, 2015, 12:19:37 PM
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Any chance to have a SLR wallet in https://altcoinsteps.com/staySafe

What is this? looks like a bunch of crap to me
Here is an idea if you want to stay safe. Don't send your coins to that website.
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December 13, 2015, 03:23:46 AM
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Any chance to have a SLR wallet in https://altcoinsteps.com/staySafe

What is this? looks like a bunch of crap to me
Here is an idea if you want to stay safe. Don't send your coins to that website.

+1.. what a scam
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December 13, 2015, 09:47:13 AM
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Any chance to have a SLR wallet in https://altcoinsteps.com/staySafe

What is this? looks like a bunch of crap to me
Here is an idea if you want to stay safe. Don't send your coins to that website.


But this service has a lot more overview and control. Also EnergyCoin is listed there and has a green thumb for the environment!

Greetz
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December 13, 2015, 01:13:21 PM
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Any chance to have a SLR wallet in https://altcoinsteps.com/staySafe

What is this? looks like a bunch of crap to me
Here is an idea if you want to stay safe. Don't send your coins to that website.



But this service has a lot more overview and control. Also EnergyCoin is listed there and has a green thumb for the environment!

Greetz
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https://www.staisybit.com


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1091402.0 -- staisybitthread

''Fees:
Fees are set as follow:

Deposits: 0.25%  ??
Withdrawals: 1% Huh
Staking: 5% (before say "hey, 5% is too much!!", please read more about how staking fees are shared among all users) ''     5%??? Seriously??

I like the idea but The fees are way too high and the risk is way too big. I would not even do this if there were no fees.
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December 13, 2015, 07:39:32 PM
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Hi all I managed to get the wallet installed on Lubuntu, but Im having a problem I cant find where its installed.
I looked in usr/share/applications/ where all the other programs are but Solarcoin isnt there, does anyone know where it is?

SolarCoin Address: 8cESoZyjFvx2Deq6VjQLqPfAwu8UXjcBkK
Gridcoin Address: SAuPu8zarzQykWLGwxc6JRvW3imM8YU9wc
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December 14, 2015, 06:34:12 AM
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http://cointelegraph.com/news/115855/top-3-of-bitcoins-problems-described-by-bitwage-one-of-the-largest-payroll-providers?ref=2988
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December 14, 2015, 10:14:09 AM
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The problem is emulating BitCoin will only emulate its problems. I outlined in Slack how to attempt to achieve a truly Utopian vision, but I guess they locked us out of Slack since it was too radical a concept. Not sure what needed to be secured in Slack, my ideas? If so, then lets go at it on a secure setup with the devs since I have found some new ways to make my ideas work. Not sure why no one even entertained the ideas enough to interject their opinions other than 1 person and 1 +1 Thumbs up.

I wrote the ideas to be dissected and corrected by the community. I will only give one last opportunity and then I may move on to GREENER pastures.

I have discovered new ways to make the project work but it requires me stepping outside the current model. I really don't want to compete with SolarCoin but Crypto needs a fresh start without exchanges. For Crypto to not become manipulated and wrought with greed and profit motives to sustain a market, all that needs to be done is some math and overall participation but either Trust individually or Trust a CO-Op type scenario.

I guess technically if no one wants to go forward or even gives an inkling that they would budge I could make a coin that you can later sell your SLR to buy into. So either way it will be a win win. I just hope the Devs see the Light... Sun intended!

If you have read my posts in Slack you know I am trying to help and only mean well. You also know the secret to the final success of Crypto since it is based on Power. Trust and perception will only take the few who are sick and tired of the exchanges and the despair they integrated within the disparity of winners and losers among cheaters and thieves.

SunSurly
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December 14, 2015, 03:56:11 PM
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Roll up Roll up get them while they're cheap

Some very cheap coins on bluetrade today, someone is having a clear out

Shame not to buy a few thousand

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December 14, 2015, 05:14:15 PM
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very cool we are on bluetrade i didn't know this.

we need to add this to the solarcoin.org website they only have bittrex listed.



24/7 § Price, Info & Exchanges

Coinmarketcap Info

CoinMill SLR in +250 currencies

Bittrex Exchange

Solcrypto (P2P SLR matching portal)

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December 14, 2015, 08:27:32 PM
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Roll up Roll up get them while they're cheap

Some very cheap coins on bluetrade today, someone is having a clear out

Shame not to buy a few thousand



Wow unfortunately I missed that! I was able to get a few coins on bittrex's sell off though  Smiley
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December 15, 2015, 02:03:05 AM
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Roll up Roll up get them while they're cheap

Some very cheap coins on bluetrade today, someone is having a clear out

Shame not to buy a few thousand



Managed to grab a few myself no where near a thousand though...seems someone has a trade bot in play as well.

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