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Author Topic: [ANN][CRW] CROWN (MN-PoS) | Platform | NFT framework | Governance | Masternodes  (Read 315727 times)
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March 06, 2017, 02:40:05 AM
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Just going to put this out there...

Would you buy a physical Crown coin if they existed? EDIT: When i say "A Crown coin, I mean several Crown on one coin, EG One 1000CRW coin"

I mean, I would and a few others I know would too.

So defunctec -- what would this be?  Would this be a device with a chip which would have the keys to a wallet - where the wallet would how X coins?  So it's more of a crown chip?  And I guess the chip could just display the balance of the wallet/keys it holds?  

Since addresses can be used on multichains -- I guess you could also have a multi-coin chip?

Then theoretically people could use digital tokens by transacting in these chips -- just like they transact with cash....

I guess, I would just imagine possibilities in a "general purpose model"  ....  and I would imagine that one would spend "crown chips" or "crown cards" like cash.  

so yeah... that sounds interesting.

I think he means something like this:

This is a private key for a Bitcoin address

L5FoA3bjh2A4ZB2aLcz74iT4AZSLTZwYmU9yuiS3F6954ZqTfTRX

If you imported that key into a Bitcoin wallet, you could spend the Bitcoins that are associated with that private key (to anyone reading this - this address has zero balance).

If you printed this private key to a small piece of paper and gave it to someone, they could go through the steps of importing the key into a wallet and use it. This private key is like an exchange of value, so you can use it to barter.

The next step.

Being able to use this private key for a barter exchange multiple times, just like any M0 and M1 fiat money supply.

If you seal this private key under a hologram, as long as the hologram remains intact, a person can be assured that the private key hasn't been used. So they would be confident in accepting a physical coin that is backed by a digital token because the private key can be redeemed on demand. If the next person is also willing to accept the coin for its stated face value, you have money supply - as the private key is moving from person to person without the value being taken out.

The problem with this approach is the provenance of the coin. If you are a criminal, you can fake these things all day long. So being able to trust the issuer of the coins is the deal breaker.

The second issue is the technical process to print the private key onto a piece of paper that you can then seal under a hologram. If the person creating the coins can see the private keys, then you are putting a lot of trust into that person. But there are tools and processes out there that are designed to get around this problem.

Lastly, you are basically printing money. Depending on where you live, you're either going to be ok, or put in prison.

It's a great idea though. A very tactile way to interact with digital currency using something familiar to everyone.
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March 06, 2017, 06:31:31 AM
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Still no luck setting up a throne...Though I just noticed that in the throne list my missing throne is at protocol 70030 while every other on the list is on 70040. Does this indicate I'm running a version of the client that's not up to date?

Yes. There was a new version released on github, the website should already be up to date. but just to be sure. Use the Hot-throne-fix client available on my github. You replied to the thread shortly after this client was released on page 118 but quoted until 120, which you also posted you were having issues. On page 124 you posted you were on client 70040... Client versions on both the hot and cold node have to be up to date for the node to stay online.
https://github.com/Infernoman/Crown/releases/tag/fix-hot-throne

Thanks. I reinstalled the web wallet before seeing this. Is v0.12.0.61-63b03c93, built on 2017-02-08 21:37:55 -0500 the most current version? my nodes are showing as enabled and have been for 10 hrs. Is payout random and is 10hrs+ a reasonable time frame for new nodes or does it happen in a queue?

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March 06, 2017, 09:17:35 AM
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Still no luck setting up a throne...Though I just noticed that in the throne list my missing throne is at protocol 70030 while every other on the list is on 70040. Does this indicate I'm running a version of the client that's not up to date?

Yes. There was a new version released on github, the website should already be up to date. but just to be sure. Use the Hot-throne-fix client available on my github. You replied to the thread shortly after this client was released on page 118 but quoted until 120, which you also posted you were having issues. On page 124 you posted you were on client 70040... Client versions on both the hot and cold node have to be up to date for the node to stay online.
https://github.com/Infernoman/Crown/releases/tag/fix-hot-throne

Thanks. I reinstalled the web wallet before seeing this. Is v0.12.0.61-63b03c93, built on 2017-02-08 21:37:55 -0500 the most current version? my nodes are showing as enabled and have been for 10 hrs. Is payout random and is 10hrs+ a reasonable time frame for new nodes or does it happen in a queue?

That is the correct version, and throne payments are no longer a random payment system but rather a governance based system. so the first payout takes a bit longer to receive but after you receive your first, your should start seeing them a bit more regularly.
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March 06, 2017, 09:52:34 AM
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CRW in yobit?

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Hello guys! The dev team has finally gotten Crownpay onto google play so i hope you all enjoy and have fun expect updates to come in the near future  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crownpay.wallet Smiley!
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March 06, 2017, 10:06:38 AM
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CRW in yobit?

We were there, but they are unprofessional never updating to new client. So be carful

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March 06, 2017, 10:08:00 AM
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Hello guys! The dev team has finally gotten Crownpay onto google play so i hope you all enjoy and have fun expect updates to come in the near future  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crownpay.wallet Smiley!

Amazing job Hypermist!

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March 06, 2017, 10:08:55 AM
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CRW in yobit?

We were there, but they are unprofessional never updating to new client. So be carful

thank you where you should buy?

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March 06, 2017, 10:12:56 AM
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CRW in yobit?

We were there, but they are unprofessional never updating to new client. So be carful

thank you where you should buy?

c-cex is a much safer option than Yobit.

We will be announcing a new exchange soon.
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March 06, 2017, 10:17:59 AM
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CRW in yobit?

We were there, but they are unprofessional never updating to new client. So be carful

thank you where you should buy?

c-cex is a much safer option than Yobit.

We will be announcing a new exchange soon.

thanks for information Wink

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March 06, 2017, 11:32:56 AM
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Just going to put this out there...

Would you buy a physical Crown coin if they existed? EDIT: When i say "A Crown coin, I mean several Crown on one coin, EG One 1000CRW coin"

I mean, I would and a few others I know would too.

So defunctec -- what would this be?  Would this be a device with a chip which would have the keys to a wallet - where the wallet would how X coins?  So it's more of a crown chip?  And I guess the chip could just display the balance of the wallet/keys it holds? 

Since addresses can be used on multichains -- I guess you could also have a multi-coin chip?

Then theoretically people could use digital tokens by transacting in these chips -- just like they transact with cash....

I guess, I would just imagine possibilities in a "general purpose model"  ....  and I would imagine that one would spend "crown chips" or "crown cards" like cash. 

so yeah... that sounds interesting.



Sorry not quite as elaborate but still tricky. Its more of a gimmick/vanity project for a few people who would want one or two coins to hold.

Coins101 describes it perfectly really. He also brings up very impotent points about security and trust. Im not sure how the trust element can be circumvented but I'm all ears on that.

Heres a couple of examples


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March 06, 2017, 11:36:51 AM
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Just going to put this out there...

Would you buy a physical Crown coin if they existed? EDIT: When i say "A Crown coin, I mean several Crown on one coin, EG One 1000CRW coin"

I mean, I would and a few others I know would too.

So defunctec -- what would this be?  Would this be a device with a chip which would have the keys to a wallet - where the wallet would how X coins?  So it's more of a crown chip?  And I guess the chip could just display the balance of the wallet/keys it holds? 

Since addresses can be used on multichains -- I guess you could also have a multi-coin chip?

Then theoretically people could use digital tokens by transacting in these chips -- just like they transact with cash....

I guess, I would just imagine possibilities in a "general purpose model"  ....  and I would imagine that one would spend "crown chips" or "crown cards" like cash. 

so yeah... that sounds interesting.



Sorry not quite as elaborate but still tricky. Its more of a gimmick/vanity project for a few people who would want one or two coins to hold.

Coins101 describes it perfectly really. He also brings up very impotent points about security and trust. Im not sure how the trust element can be circumvented but I'm all ears on that.

Heres a couple of examples




I have a guy in Prague who wants to mint Crowns, but he does not like the new logo, so let me know if anyone wants to connect with him

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March 06, 2017, 11:52:58 AM
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WOW.. This graph almost jump my heart. hope to see crown to be in this price or even $$$ with active developers and unique blockchain approach. im sure its only a matter of time until poloniex come to this door.
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March 06, 2017, 11:55:16 AM
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Just going to put this out there...

Would you buy a physical Crown coin if they existed? EDIT: When i say "A Crown coin, I mean several Crown on one coin, EG One 1000CRW coin"

I mean, I would and a few others I know would too.

So defunctec -- what would this be?  Would this be a device with a chip which would have the keys to a wallet - where the wallet would how X coins?  So it's more of a crown chip?  And I guess the chip could just display the balance of the wallet/keys it holds? 

Since addresses can be used on multichains -- I guess you could also have a multi-coin chip?

Then theoretically people could use digital tokens by transacting in these chips -- just like they transact with cash....

I guess, I would just imagine possibilities in a "general purpose model"  ....  and I would imagine that one would spend "crown chips" or "crown cards" like cash. 

so yeah... that sounds interesting.



Sorry not quite as elaborate but still tricky. Its more of a gimmick/vanity project for a few people who would want one or two coins to hold.

Coins101 describes it perfectly really. He also brings up very impotent points about security and trust. Im not sure how the trust element can be circumvented but I'm all ears on that.

Heres a couple of examples




I have a guy in Prague who wants to mint Crowns, but he does not like the new logo, so let me know if anyone wants to connect with him

Does he want to do this a business or just as a one off? I'd like to see the new logo on the coin but would settle for the old logo. It'd be more of a classic coin, maybe in the future he could make some with the new logo, if the demand is there.
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March 06, 2017, 12:18:21 PM
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Just going to put this out there...

Would you buy a physical Crown coin if they existed? EDIT: When i say "A Crown coin, I mean several Crown on one coin, EG One 1000CRW coin"

I mean, I would and a few others I know would too.

So defunctec -- what would this be?  Would this be a device with a chip which would have the keys to a wallet - where the wallet would how X coins?  So it's more of a crown chip?  And I guess the chip could just display the balance of the wallet/keys it holds? 

Since addresses can be used on multichains -- I guess you could also have a multi-coin chip?

Then theoretically people could use digital tokens by transacting in these chips -- just like they transact with cash....

I guess, I would just imagine possibilities in a "general purpose model"  ....  and I would imagine that one would spend "crown chips" or "crown cards" like cash. 

so yeah... that sounds interesting.



Sorry not quite as elaborate but still tricky. Its more of a gimmick/vanity project for a few people who would want one or two coins to hold.

Coins101 describes it perfectly really. He also brings up very impotent points about security and trust. Im not sure how the trust element can be circumvented but I'm all ears on that.

Heres a couple of examples




I have a guy in Prague who wants to mint Crowns, but he does not like the new logo, so let me know if anyone wants to connect with him

Does he want to do this a business or just as a one off? I'd like to see the new logo on the coin but would settle for the old logo. It'd be more of a classic coin, maybe in the future he could make some with the new logo, if the demand is there.

I think he was interested to start s one off, he mints Bitcoin series and was looking at Crown old logo. Let me know if you want to connect to him

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March 06, 2017, 12:35:30 PM
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Just going to put this out there...

Would you buy a physical Crown coin if they existed? EDIT: When i say "A Crown coin, I mean several Crown on one coin, EG One 1000CRW coin"

I mean, I would and a few others I know would too.

So defunctec -- what would this be?  Would this be a device with a chip which would have the keys to a wallet - where the wallet would how X coins?  So it's more of a crown chip?  And I guess the chip could just display the balance of the wallet/keys it holds? 

Since addresses can be used on multichains -- I guess you could also have a multi-coin chip?

Then theoretically people could use digital tokens by transacting in these chips -- just like they transact with cash....

I guess, I would just imagine possibilities in a "general purpose model"  ....  and I would imagine that one would spend "crown chips" or "crown cards" like cash. 

so yeah... that sounds interesting.



Sorry not quite as elaborate but still tricky. Its more of a gimmick/vanity project for a few people who would want one or two coins to hold.

Coins101 describes it perfectly really. He also brings up very impotent points about security and trust. Im not sure how the trust element can be circumvented but I'm all ears on that.

Heres a couple of examples




I have a guy in Prague who wants to mint Crowns, but he does not like the new logo, so let me know if anyone wants to connect with him

Does he want to do this a business or just as a one off? I'd like to see the new logo on the coin but would settle for the old logo. It'd be more of a classic coin, maybe in the future he could make some with the new logo, if the demand is there.

I think he was interested to start s one off, he mints Bitcoin series and was looking at Crown old logo. Let me know if you want to connect to him

Go ahead, lets see what kind of prices he can come up with. I'd buy a few coins with the old logo 100%.
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March 06, 2017, 09:18:49 PM
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CRW added to Bittrex!

Congratulations guys, we can finally get rid of C-Cex! Tongue

Let's get some volume to Bittrex: https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-CRW
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CRW added to Bittrex!

Congratulations guys, we can finally get rid of C-Cex! Tongue

Let's get some volume to Bittrex: https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-CRW

Good Job. Moving some CRW to Bittrex and will add some volume.

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Finally crown reached bittrex! it's time for a pump!
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