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Author Topic: [ANN] Snowballs | ONE MORE HARD FORK to BALLS 2.0.2 | BALLS/MMXIV Market OPEN  (Read 257095 times)
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November 05, 2014, 01:02:04 AM
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Suggestion to dev;
I want to keep track on how many hours are left before the coins/new coins in the wallet matures and start to stake.
Some sort of a individual stake/mature clock per amount added/whole sum, showing in the wallet would be nice!


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November 05, 2014, 01:11:20 AM
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I've done some math and if we were to enable coin control, it would enable people to get around fees.

how?

By selecting which coins to move

ok, I must be missing something... how would that affect the fee's?

Does BALLS have some unique code that departs from the traditional method of calculating transaction fee based on nBytes, and instead is calculated by age?

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November 05, 2014, 01:40:42 AM
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Good stuff!
Some insane buys on hash.nz exchange.

That exchange is a scam.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=842765.0

Sent 200 balls there a couple of days ago and nothing credited and no response from them:
sent tweet and
sent email to their support address...which is a bad address

I am not the only one.

And now that we actually have a block explorer I can see that they received my balls and they have received more balls to the exact same wallet address as mine and have since moved some of them around.

I guess when you deal with balls there is bound to be a dick around.

yep confirmed scam sent 100 just to test, no balls.
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November 05, 2014, 01:43:26 AM
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Has anyone got coins from the faucet? I sent him 5k to fund it hopefully someone got it to work

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November 05, 2014, 02:11:25 AM
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Has anyone got coins from the faucet? I sent him 5k to fund it hopefully someone got it to work

Someone said they had it working yesterday.
Most people complained they messed up the impossible to read captcha, then couldn't get the coins after the captcha was done incorrectly.

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November 05, 2014, 02:36:33 AM
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i just tried the faucet, told me there was an error and to try again later
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November 05, 2014, 03:41:40 AM
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i just tried the faucet, told me there was an error and to try again later

Well damn

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November 05, 2014, 04:41:22 AM
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yup id find out where your 5,000 balls are Smiley
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November 05, 2014, 05:32:37 AM
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yup id find out where your 5,000 balls are Smiley

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November 05, 2014, 06:27:56 AM
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i just tried the faucet, told me there was an error and to try again later

Well damn

Same for me here..for the last 2 or 3 days always the same result.

And the transactions mentioned on the faucet page itself do not make any since:

"Already paid: 40.952954590000004 with 107 payouts"

I don't know how that is working out when the minimum to send is 26.6.

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November 05, 2014, 06:28:49 AM
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i just tried the faucet, told me there was an error and to try again later

Well damn

Same for me here..for the last 2 or 3 days always the same result.

And the transactions mentioned on the faucet page itself do not make any since:

"Already paid: 40.952954590000004 with 107 payouts"

I don't know how that is working out when the minimum to send is 26.6.

The minimum is 6.4

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November 05, 2014, 07:43:24 AM
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i just tried the faucet, told me there was an error and to try again later

Well damn

Same for me here..for the last 2 or 3 days always the same result.

And the transactions mentioned on the faucet page itself do not make any since:

"Already paid: 40.952954590000004 with 107 payouts"

I don't know how that is working out when the minimum to send is 26.6.

The minimum is 6.4

My bad..meant 26.4 not 26.6 because you have to include the tx fee. Either way, like I said the numbers do not make sense...unless the faucet is using send many?

If we assume it is not, the 40.952954590000004/107=0.38273789336 which is a far cry from 6.4

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November 05, 2014, 07:52:23 AM
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i just tried the faucet, told me there was an error and to try again later

Well damn

Same for me here..for the last 2 or 3 days always the same result.

And the transactions mentioned on the faucet page itself do not make any since:

"Already paid: 40.952954590000004 with 107 payouts"

I don't know how that is working out when the minimum to send is 26.6.

The minimum is 6.4

My bad..meant 26.4 not 26.6 because you have to include the tx fee. Either way, like I said the numbers do not make since...unless the faucet is using send many?

If we assume it is not, the 40.952954590000004/107=0.38273789336 which is a far cry from 6.4

Yea...

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Have you considered reducing the interest rate after a certain coinsupply has been reached? If everybody stakes, the supply will be at hundreds of trillions very quickly won't it? I really love the high interest but it would seem to make the coin more valuable if the interest was not exponentially climbing past a sensible point. Just an idea.

EDIT:

I'm assuming the 5000% interest is not only on the initial coins but also cumulative on any coins earned through interest on days previous.

Plugging some numbers into a compound interest calculator: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/financial/compound-interest-calculator.php

P = 1,000,000 (40 BALLS each over 25,000)
R= 5000
n = daily/365
t = 1 year

A = 224,212,475,297,962,802,863,407,104

lol probably I've overlooked something but this seems too much.

Can someone confirm what total supply would be after 1 year, if everybody staked?




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November 05, 2014, 09:13:42 AM
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Have you considered reducing the interest rate after a certain coinsupply has been reached? If everybody stakes, the supply will be at hundreds of trillions very quickly won't it? I really love the high interest but it would seem to make the coin more valuable if the interest was not exponentially climbing past a sensible point. Just an idea.

No need

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November 05, 2014, 09:17:09 AM
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Have you considered reducing the interest rate after a certain coinsupply has been reached? If everybody stakes, the supply will be at hundreds of trillions very quickly won't it? I really love the high interest but it would seem to make the coin more valuable if the interest was not exponentially climbing past a sensible point. Just an idea.

EDIT:

I'm assuming the 5000% interest is not only on the initial coins but also cumulative on any coins earned through interest on days previous.

Plugging some numbers into a compound interest calculator: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/financial/compound-interest-calculator.php

P = 1,000,000 (40 BALLS each over 25,000)
R= 5000
n = daily/365
t = 1 year

A = 224,212,475,297,962,802,863,407,104

lol probably I've overlooked something but this seems too much.

Can someone confirm what total supply would be after 1 year, if everybody staked?


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November 05, 2014, 09:22:02 AM
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Have you considered reducing the interest rate after a certain coinsupply has been reached? If everybody stakes, the supply will be at hundreds of trillions very quickly won't it? I really love the high interest but it would seem to make the coin more valuable if the interest was not exponentially climbing past a sensible point. Just an idea.

EDIT:

I'm assuming the 5000% interest is not only on the initial coins but also cumulative on any coins earned through interest on days previous.

Plugging some numbers into a compound interest calculator: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/financial/compound-interest-calculator.php

P = 1,000,000 (40 BALLS each over 25,000)
R= 5000
n = daily/365
t = 1 year

A = 224,212,475,297,962,802,863,407,104

lol probably I've overlooked something but this seems too much.

Can someone confirm what total supply would be after 1 year, if everybody staked?





50 Million. No idea what the hell you are trying to do in that quote

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November 05, 2014, 01:23:03 PM
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Getting some nice stake rewards, almost 0.2 BTC a day already, liking this coin more and more  Grin Think I'm going to buy up some more
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November 05, 2014, 01:29:04 PM
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Have you considered reducing the interest rate after a certain coinsupply has been reached? If everybody stakes, the supply will be at hundreds of trillions very quickly won't it? I really love the high interest but it would seem to make the coin more valuable if the interest was not exponentially climbing past a sensible point. Just an idea.

EDIT:

I'm assuming the 5000% interest is not only on the initial coins but also cumulative on any coins earned through interest on days previous.

Plugging some numbers into a compound interest calculator: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/financial/compound-interest-calculator.php

P = 1,000,000 (40 BALLS each over 25,000)
R= 5000
n = daily/365
t = 1 year

A = 224,212,475,297,962,802,863,407,104

lol probably I've overlooked something but this seems too much.

Can someone confirm what total supply would be after 1 year, if everybody staked?





50 Million. No idea what the hell you are trying to do in that quote
n= Annally(1yr).You selected wrong option in calculator

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November 05, 2014, 01:59:15 PM
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Have you considered reducing the interest rate after a certain coinsupply has been reached? If everybody stakes, the supply will be at hundreds of trillions very quickly won't it? I really love the high interest but it would seem to make the coin more valuable if the interest was not exponentially climbing past a sensible point. Just an idea.

EDIT:

I'm assuming the 5000% interest is not only on the initial coins but also cumulative on any coins earned through interest on days previous.

Plugging some numbers into a compound interest calculator: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/financial/compound-interest-calculator.php

P = 1,000,000 (40 BALLS each over 25,000)
R= 5000
n = daily/365
t = 1 year

A = 224,212,475,297,962,802,863,407,104

lol probably I've overlooked something but this seems too much.

Can someone confirm what total supply would be after 1 year, if everybody staked?





50 Million. No idea what the hell you are trying to do in that quote

Ok, please tell me you understand the concept of compound interest?  Emerger's numbers are correct.  It's the whole reason I bought BALLS.  Curious how long it will take before something breaks.
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