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August 18, 2017, 05:53:12 PM
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TME deposits disabled
Dump  Undecided ohh noo


next plan  Huh

All ETH tokens have depostits disabled now. Not just TME.


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August 18, 2017, 05:58:15 PM
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TME deposits disabled
Dump  Undecided ohh noo


next plan  Huh

All ETH tokens have depostits disabled now. Not just TME.
I think only TIMEREUM  Cheesy

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August 18, 2017, 06:32:31 PM
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If you look at news page say that

"2017-08-18 17:45 - ERC20 Token information

We have temporarly disabled all deposits to ERC20 tokens, there is issues with generating contract addresses with long delay on ETH network, we can't give any ETA when deposits for ERC20 tokens will be enabled again.

Withdrawals for ERC20 is still enabled."  

You can see here https://novaexchange.com/news/

                                 
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August 18, 2017, 06:34:06 PM
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I've been meaning to ask this so here it goes: how much Eth do I need to send 0.01 TME from my child address to my parent address?

Possibly relevant, I'm using myetherwallet.

your eth wallet should have minimum 0.01 eth to pay the gas and you can do it for x10

That's not what he is asking


If you fill in the amount, address and token type in the relevant fields on myetherwallet, it should update the gas limit to the correct amount.

I think that is the equivalent of satoshi units for ether

He's asking what the gas is worth in ether since it will be deducted from his holdings. This is actually my biggest pet peeve with eth. that formula is ridiciulous gwei, gas limit. It's so fucked up that there are calculators out there. Here's one http://ethgasstation.info/calculator.php In the right table you can see what it will cost you in actual ether. /rant over

Ethereum and it's wallet system confuse the f*ck out of me...lol. I guess what is most confusing is that myetherwallet holds all types of coins/tokens that are based on the ERC 20 (or something like that), so if we hold other coins/tokens that are not Ethereum, can we use those for GAS?

no, you need ether. otherwise people would create a token with endless supply and use it as a gas substitute. this way they could spam and clog the network.

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August 18, 2017, 07:05:18 PM
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Any updates from the dev yet? Is there a timeline on when we can expect this coin to start being used for lending?

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August 18, 2017, 07:11:27 PM
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Any updates from the dev yet? Is there a timeline on when we can expect this coin to start being used for lending?

I'd also like to know this, also apologies if this has already been brought up, but if this is heavily based on Minereum then what makes it different/better? Apart  from it being manually mined/produced

Made this account today just to ask about Timereum, that's why brand new account. I don't want to come in and be a FUDder, I just want to know about this coin
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August 18, 2017, 07:17:02 PM
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Any updates from the dev yet? Is there a timeline on when we can expect this coin to start being used for lending?

Building the codebase for the lending service is underway. The codebase will be large, therefore it will take time.
The roadmap states a timeline of "at least several months." Sometime after that period, the system will go online.

I have designed and prototyped a good way to match an arbitrary number of lenders with a single borrower. More details will be revealed at a later time.
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August 18, 2017, 07:19:15 PM
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Any updates from the dev yet? Is there a timeline on when we can expect this coin to start being used for lending?

I'd also like to know this, also apologies if this has already been brought up, but if this is heavily based on Minereum then what makes it different/better? Apart  from it being manually mined/produced

Made this account today just to ask about Timereum, that's why brand new account. I don't want to come in and be a FUDder, I just want to know about this coin

This token is mined by address pair holders, who can choose when to produce coins.

The service planned is a financial service. The system will involve borrowers, lenders, speculators, and miners.

You can look through the documents on timereum.com to read more. Specifically, take a look at the lending service.
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August 18, 2017, 08:33:27 PM
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Any updates from the dev yet? Is there a timeline on when we can expect this coin to start being used for lending?

I'd also like to know this, also apologies if this has already been brought up, but if this is heavily based on Minereum then what makes it different/better? Apart  from it being manually mined/produced

Made this account today just to ask about Timereum, that's why brand new account. I don't want to come in and be a FUDder, I just want to know about this coin

This token is mined by address pair holders, who can choose when to produce coins.

The service planned is a financial service. The system will involve borrowers, lenders, speculators, and miners.

You can look through the documents on timereum.com to read more. Specifically, take a look at the lending service.

Sounds good! Thanks for taking time for the update!

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August 18, 2017, 09:20:08 PM
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I've been meaning to ask this so here it goes: how much Eth do I need to send 0.01 TME from my child address to my parent address?

Possibly relevant, I'm using myetherwallet.

your eth wallet should have minimum 0.01 eth to pay the gas and you can do it for x10

That's not what he is asking


If you fill in the amount, address and token type in the relevant fields on myetherwallet, it should update the gas limit to the correct amount.

I think that is the equivalent of satoshi units for ether

He's asking what the gas is worth in ether since it will be deducted from his holdings. This is actually my biggest pet peeve with eth. that formula is ridiciulous gwei, gas limit. It's so fucked up that there are calculators out there. Here's one http://ethgasstation.info/calculator.php In the right table you can see what it will cost you in actual ether. /rant over

Ethereum and it's wallet system confuse the f*ck out of me...lol. I guess what is most confusing is that myetherwallet holds all types of coins/tokens that are based on the ERC 20 (or something like that), so if we hold other coins/tokens that are not Ethereum, can we use those for GAS?

no, you need ether. otherwise people would create a token with endless supply and use it as a gas substitute. this way they could spam and clog the network.

Thanks for the response....see I told I was confused...lol Roll Eyes
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August 18, 2017, 09:48:10 PM
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We really should try Binance. They're adding a bunch of obscure (?) coins and DNT has gotten slightly popular because of initial rumors about this:

https://i.redd.it/inuwxqx3vigz.png

And TME is ever so slightly older than DNT, at least on CMC. Just sayin'

BTW, I'm still waiting for those links on the "12lian" exchange.

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August 18, 2017, 10:21:34 PM
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Lol the name of this coin is so unattractive... best of luck with the project though!
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