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November 25, 2017, 05:50:58 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

This is by no means perfect, but a good rough estimate Smiley

Code:
Date            Supply        Inflation    Total CRW
07/07/16 10208000 3.65% 42000000
07/08/16 10595000 3.52% 42000000
07/09/16 10982000 3.40% 42000000
07/10/16 11369000 3.29% 42000000
07/11/16 11756000 3.19% 42000000
07/12/16 12143000 3.09% 42000000
07/01/17 12530000 3.00% 42000000
07/02/17 12917000 2.91% 42000000
07/03/17 13304000 2.83% 42000000
07/04/17 13691000 2.75% 42000000
07/05/17 14078000 2.68% 42000000
07/06/17 14465000 2.61% 42000000
07/07/17 14852000 2.54% 42000000
07/08/17 15239000 2.48% 42000000
07/09/17 15626000 2.42% 42000000
07/10/17 16013000 2.36% 42000000
07/11/17 16400000 2.31% 42000000

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.
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November 25, 2017, 05:52:25 PM
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Update: CrownCentral v2.1 officially live!

We are proud to announce that CrownCentral has been updated to v2.1!

This update adds an improved and colorized UI, a fixed proposals page, various other bug fixes and, last but not least, the possibility to both monitor your Systemnodes and calculate your Systemnode earnings. The dashboard page and profits graph have been updated to show Masternodes, Systemnodes and total earnings.

Note: Bugs, feedback and feature requests can be sent to us via the support button on CrownCentral.

URL: www.crowncentral.net

Thank you for your continued support and everlasting patience!

Peace! Smiley

thanks Luke, this is awsome news and great work  Smiley
Everyone have already said it but yeah, very nice to see a calculate for Systemnode earnings. Thank you.

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November 25, 2017, 07:58:53 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?
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November 25, 2017, 10:04:54 PM
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Hi,

i just started a systemnode, it has been running for 2d 04h 27m, but it has not "staked" jet, according to Crowncentral, on average 1 systemnode should "stake" once a day, is it just me that is impatient ?
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November 25, 2017, 10:11:05 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?

If the coins are not inflationary there is no incentive for people to sell their coins if the price rises. I am assuming Crown intend developers to create apps/services for the platform, if the coins are too expensive they cannot use the coins. The more Crown coins gain in value, the less chance for the system to actually take off....eventually no one will use Crown and the it will be worthless.

All other "platform" development cryptos eg ethereum/lisk/ubiq are inflationary.
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November 25, 2017, 10:14:50 PM
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Update: CrownCentral v2.1 officially live!

We are proud to announce that CrownCentral has been updated to v2.1!

This update adds an improved and colorized UI, a fixed proposals page, various other bug fixes and, last but not least, the possibility to both monitor your Systemnodes and calculate your Systemnode earnings. The dashboard page and profits graph have been updated to show Masternodes, Systemnodes and total earnings.

Note: Bugs, feedback and feature requests can be sent to us via the support button on CrownCentral.

URL: www.crowncentral.net

Thank you for your continued support and everlasting patience!

Peace! Smiley

Good job, i really like the UI design and the calculator. Also the possibility of monitoring the systemnode is great.
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November 25, 2017, 10:28:27 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?

If the coins are not inflationary there is no incentive for people to sell their coins if the price rises. I am assuming Crown intend developers to create apps/services for the platform, if the coins are too expensive they cannot use the coins. The more Crown coins gain in value, the less chance for the system to actually take off....eventually no one will use Crown and the it will be worthless.

All other "platform" development cryptos eg ethereum/lisk/ubiq are inflationary.

42,000,000 Crown total
1 Crown = 100,000,000 Crown Satoshi.
42,000,000 x 100,000,000 = 4.2 quadrillion potential units.

Not all units will be available (Masternodes/Systemnodes), but supply and demand will determine a fair price for a unit. With so many potential units I see no risk what so ever in leaving the code as it is.
Even at 30% supply due to units locked in SN/MN, 1.2 quadrillion crown satoshis will be available for use..

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November 25, 2017, 10:40:29 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?

If the coins are not inflationary there is no incentive for people to sell their coins if the price rises. I am assuming Crown intend developers to create apps/services for the platform, if the coins are too expensive they cannot use the coins. The more Crown coins gain in value, the less chance for the system to actually take off....eventually no one will use Crown and the it will be worthless.

All other "platform" development cryptos eg ethereum/lisk/ubiq are inflationary.

42,000,000 Crown total
1 Crown = 100,000,000 Crown Satoshi.
42,000,000 x 100,000,000 = 4.2 quadrillion potential units.

Not all units will be available (Masternodes/Systemnodes), but supply and demand will determine a fair price for a unit. With so many potential units I see no risk what so ever in leaving the code as it is.
Even at 30% supply due to units locked in SN/MN, 1.2 quadrillion crown satoshis will be available for use..

Over a long period of time it will make a difference. There has to be a mechanism in place to incentivise the selling of coins for speculative holders. Capping the total supply benefits the holder of coins yes, but as a working project this is a significant flaw imo.
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November 25, 2017, 10:48:37 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?

If the coins are not inflationary there is no incentive for people to sell their coins if the price rises. I am assuming Crown intend developers to create apps/services for the platform, if the coins are too expensive they cannot use the coins. The more Crown coins gain in value, the less chance for the system to actually take off....eventually no one will use Crown and the it will be worthless.

All other "platform" development cryptos eg ethereum/lisk/ubiq are inflationary.

42,000,000 Crown total
1 Crown = 100,000,000 Crown Satoshi.
42,000,000 x 100,000,000 = 4.2 quadrillion potential units.

Not all units will be available (Masternodes/Systemnodes), but supply and demand will determine a fair price for a unit. With so many potential units I see no risk what so ever in leaving the code as it is.
Even at 30% supply due to units locked in SN/MN, 1.2 quadrillion crown satoshis will be available for use..

Over a long period of time it will make a difference. There has to be a mechanism in place to incentivise the selling of coins for speculative holders. Capping the total supply benefits the holder of coins yes, but as a working project this is a significant flaw imo.


It'd be great to see some calculations regarding your concerns..

Also the incentive of inflation to make holders sell would not work. If we place 5% inflation say per year, but new use is rising by 50% a year, we're kind of back to square one.
There would need to be some sort of mechanism that balances out the % inflation rate (like a central bank, but in code.). 
But by doing this we are playing with the fundamental principles of a crypto currency like Crown (changing total supply), when I really see no reason to do so.

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November 25, 2017, 11:07:41 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?

If the coins are not inflationary there is no incentive for people to sell their coins if the price rises. I am assuming Crown intend developers to create apps/services for the platform, if the coins are too expensive they cannot use the coins. The more Crown coins gain in value, the less chance for the system to actually take off....eventually no one will use Crown and the it will be worthless.

All other "platform" development cryptos eg ethereum/lisk/ubiq are inflationary.

42,000,000 Crown total
1 Crown = 100,000,000 Crown Satoshi.
42,000,000 x 100,000,000 = 4.2 quadrillion potential units.

Not all units will be available (Masternodes/Systemnodes), but supply and demand will determine a fair price for a unit. With so many potential units I see no risk what so ever in leaving the code as it is.
Even at 30% supply due to units locked in SN/MN, 1.2 quadrillion crown satoshis will be available for use..

Over a long period of time it will make a difference. There has to be a mechanism in place to incentivise the selling of coins for speculative holders. Capping the total supply benefits the holder of coins yes, but as a working project this is a significant flaw imo.


It'd be great to see some calculations regarding your concerns..

Also the incentive of inflation to make holders sell would not work. If we place 5% inflation say per year, but new use is rising by 50% a year, we're kind of back to square one.
There would need to be some sort of mechanism that balances out the % inflation rate (like a central bank, but in code.). 
But by doing this we are playing with the fundamental principles of a crypto currency like Crown (changing total supply), when I really see no reason to do so.

Obv you have your reasons and are making your stance known, but virtually every other crypto for blockchain services/app (eg Ethereum/Lisk/Ubiq) runs with an inflationary policy. It's well known that the problem of be speculative investors holding onto coins is a big issue, hence why there is an annual increase in total supply.

An inflationary policy works over a number of years because the effects are accumulative.



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November 25, 2017, 11:17:58 PM
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Is Crown inflationary? Will the total supply increase by a percentage each year?

No what I mean is; Does the Total Supply increase yearly? Eg will the 42 mill increase on an annual basis?

If this is meant to be a block chain platform for services, it should be inflationary.

Crown is not inflationary, it's got a set supply cap of 42 million. There will never be more than 42 million Crown.

Why do you suggest it should be inflationary?

If the coins are not inflationary there is no incentive for people to sell their coins if the price rises. I am assuming Crown intend developers to create apps/services for the platform, if the coins are too expensive they cannot use the coins. The more Crown coins gain in value, the less chance for the system to actually take off....eventually no one will use Crown and the it will be worthless.

All other "platform" development cryptos eg ethereum/lisk/ubiq are inflationary.

42,000,000 Crown total
1 Crown = 100,000,000 Crown Satoshi.
42,000,000 x 100,000,000 = 4.2 quadrillion potential units.

Not all units will be available (Masternodes/Systemnodes), but supply and demand will determine a fair price for a unit. With so many potential units I see no risk what so ever in leaving the code as it is.
Even at 30% supply due to units locked in SN/MN, 1.2 quadrillion crown satoshis will be available for use..

Over a long period of time it will make a difference. There has to be a mechanism in place to incentivise the selling of coins for speculative holders. Capping the total supply benefits the holder of coins yes, but as a working project this is a significant flaw imo.


It'd be great to see some calculations regarding your concerns..

Also the incentive of inflation to make holders sell would not work. If we place 5% inflation say per year, but new use is rising by 50% a year, we're kind of back to square one.
There would need to be some sort of mechanism that balances out the % inflation rate (like a central bank, but in code.). 
But by doing this we are playing with the fundamental principles of a crypto currency like Crown (changing total supply), when I really see no reason to do so.

Obv you have your reasons and are making your stance known, but virtually every other crypto for blockchain services/app (eg Ethereum/Lisk/Ubiq) runs with an inflationary policy. It's well known that the problem of be speculative investors holding onto coins is a big issue, hence why there is an annual increase in total supply.

An inflationary policy works over a number of years because the effects are accumulative.


"Obv you have your reasons and are making your stance known"
It's hardcoded into the code buddy, and part of the reason people have interest in crypto currency.

I just want to see some basic numbers on why Crown needs to be inflationary (Well known / Should be) are just words, personally I need some hard figures.



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November 26, 2017, 05:39:25 AM
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Anyone know the best way to run multiple systemnodes or multiple masternodes out of the same wallet?
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November 26, 2017, 07:30:38 AM
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Hi,

i just started a systemnode, it has been running for 2d 04h 27m, but it has not "staked" jet, according to Crowncentral, on average 1 systemnode should "stake" once a day, is it just me that is impatient ?

When you start (or restart) a node, it joins the back of the queue, so it can take 48 (up to 60 on rare occasions) to get its first reward. After that it should be about once a day, yeah.
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Hi,

i just started a systemnode, it has been running for 2d 04h 27m, but it has not "staked" jet, according to Crowncentral, on average 1 systemnode should "stake" once a day, is it just me that is impatient ?

Hi, is it in the meantime active at Crowncentral?
If not, send me a private message or send an e-mail to monitor@crowncentral.net  Smiley
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Anyone know the best way to run multiple systemnodes or multiple masternodes out of the same wallet?

You need different ip addresses for masternodes but can have the local wallet on one


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November 26, 2017, 10:10:29 AM
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Hi guys,

I've just tried to setup a systemnode on a linux 14.04 VPS, but after running the systemnode.sh script my client isn't syncing with the network.

Code:
crown-cli getinfo
gives me the following output:

Code:
{
    "version" : 120300,
    "protocolversion" : 70051,
    "walletversion" : 61000,
    "balance" : 0.00000000,
    "blocks" : 0,
    "timeoffset" : 0,
    "connections" : 0,
    "proxy" : "",
    "difficulty" : 1.00000000,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1511688479,
    "keypoolsize" : 1001,
    "paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
    "relayfee" : 0.00010000,
    "errors" : ""
}

How can i add nodes manually?

Any help is much appreciated.
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November 26, 2017, 11:13:10 AM
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alright I say it again, was just analyzing the 40 masternode coins out there:

1. Dash - 4500 nodes, marketcap 5 billion
2. PIVX - 2000 nodes, marketcap 180 mil
3. Crown - 2600 nodes (960 Tron masternodes, 1650 systemnodes), marketcap 27 mil

other masternode coins are left behind

Also, none of the coins out there have a dual node layer





No disrespect but you somehow managed to miss Blocknet which is actually number three and as well established coin, and Pura which
is number four but I've not heard of before.




Edit: Even if you combine CRW and CRW-SN you still will be number five with total market cap of $56.6 mil


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November 26, 2017, 12:08:04 PM
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Crown Dev Team update:
-----------------------------------------------

We are working on the dns seed nodes, and sadly dns being what it is, those changes have not propregated through all dns caches and servers yet
we expect this to tak 24 - 48 hours

Temp solution:
go to this site and follow instructions (list is live node list)
http://api.node-vps.com/crown/getpeerinfo

node-vps.com - Tron / Masternode hosting services
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November 26, 2017, 12:19:09 PM
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alright I say it again, was just analyzing the 40 masternode coins out there:

1. Dash - 4500 nodes, marketcap 5 billion
2. PIVX - 2000 nodes, marketcap 180 mil
3. Crown - 2600 nodes (960 Tron masternodes, 1650 systemnodes), marketcap 27 mil

other masternode coins are left behind

Also, none of the coins out there have a dual node layer





No disrespect but you somehow managed to miss Blocknet which is actually number three and as well established coin, and Pura which
is number four but I've not heard of before.




Edit: Even if you combine CRW and CRW-SN you still will be number five with total market cap of $56.6 mil



I was rather looking at Number of Nodes instead of marketcap.

Pura - 988 nodes
Blocknet - 388 nodes

Crown 2700 nodes

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November 26, 2017, 12:50:41 PM
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Crown Dev Team update:
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We are working on the dns seed nodes, and sadly dns being what it is, those changes have not propregated through all dns caches and servers yet
we expect this to tak 24 - 48 hours

Temp solution:
go to this site and follow instructions (list is live node list)
http://api.node-vps.com/crown/getpeerinfo

Thanks a lot, that helped.
Even though i had to figure out how to add nodes through console.
To add nodes on your linux client use the following format:
Code:
crown-cli addnode 127.0.0.1:9340 add

Best regards,

Vox
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