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September 27, 2016, 07:56:25 AM
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Very nice work. I am anticipating this launch.


Will solidity be compatible with this chain for development?

Yes solidity is compatible for development of contracts/dapps.

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fast forward we go


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September 28, 2016, 10:36:17 AM
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finally we can also see some price movements Smiley
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September 29, 2016, 08:40:02 PM
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Round 12 DCR stake pool pay out complete

14.82259281 DCR sold for 0.02519914 BTC
210.77928822 JBS bought for 0.02518601 BTC

.. except i kinda messed up and sent out 556.6492266 JBS total instead of 210.77928822 JBS. this will be reflected in later payouts.


The pool is slowly growing and represents 4.332% of all live Decred staking tickets.

So far the pool has paid out over 5546.94667026 DCR in total stake subsidy.

The pool was officially announced and opened on July 18, 2016, 11:18:29 AM.

Sign up today at: http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com

If you require assistance, we are always happy to help in Jumbucks Slack.

Sign up to Jumbucks Slack to be a part of a growing community of over 640 crypto enthusiasts and Jumbucks fans!

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September 29, 2016, 09:36:20 PM
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New thread posted:

[PRE-ANN][UBQ] Ubiq - Jumbucks (JBS) swap to Ethereum fork with new features

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September 30, 2016, 12:28:30 AM
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Interesting project.

 Correct me where Im wrong...
You are changing algo to the forked eth algo
Name change
Equal swap out
Pow only until eth writes the casper code for pos
Basically like exp? Kr? Shift? Soil?

Thanks
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September 30, 2016, 01:10:25 AM
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Interesting project.

 Correct me where Im wrong...
You are changing algo to the forked eth algo
Name change
Equal swap out
Pow only until eth writes the casper code for pos
Basically like exp? Kr? Shift? Soil?

Thanks


Hi, here is a previous response I wrote to that question here on September 12 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=865169.msg16230472#msg16230472

For the near term (at least 1 year) we intend on being Proof of Work.

Re-written now that the new name Ubiq is public:


This question has come up a few times.

Will Ubiq switch to 100% Proof of Stake when Ethereum's Proof of Stake Casper is released?

A switch to PoS isn't definite but we will evaluate and monitor Ethereum's Proof of Stake when it is released and had time to iron out any issues that may arise. A switch to PoS depends on the overall health of the Ubiq network and other factors such as ongoing distribution. It can make sense to just stay on PoW or a hybrid PoW/PoS network.

Another thing to factor in is that when Ethereum switches to PoS there will be excess mining capacity, so that can be another pro for sticking with PoW or a PoW/PoS hybrid.


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Why would anyone use this instead of ETC?
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fast forward we go


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October 01, 2016, 08:32:00 AM
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Interesting project.

 Correct me where Im wrong...
You are changing algo to the forked eth algo
Name change
Equal swap out
Pow only until eth writes the casper code for pos
Basically like exp? Kr? Shift? Soil?

Thanks


Hi, here is a previous response I wrote to that question here on September 12 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=865169.msg16230472#msg16230472

For the near term (at least 1 year) we intend on being Proof of Work.

Re-written now that the new name Ubiq is public:


This question has come up a few times.

Will Ubiq switch to 100% Proof of Stake when Ethereum's Proof of Stake Casper is released?

A switch to PoS isn't definite but we will evaluate and monitor Ethereum's Proof of Stake when it is released and had time to iron out any issues that may arise. A switch to PoS depends on the overall health of the Ubiq network and other factors such as ongoing distribution. It can make sense to just stay on PoW or a hybrid PoW/PoS network.

Another thing to factor in is that when Ethereum switches to PoS there will be excess mining capacity, so that can be another pro for sticking with PoW or a PoW/PoS hybrid.




Had the same question, thanks for the answer Smiley
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October 03, 2016, 04:53:51 PM
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Why would anyone use this instead of ETC?

This coin differs from ETC by having a fair distribution of coins. There is no developer premine, no funds obtained from exploits and no issues with replay attacks.
Also the improvements to the consensus systems will help with securing the chain and providing confirmations to exchanges. I wouldn't be surprised to see these improvements merged to other ethereum code bases

What is this coin for? How anyone can use it?

The coin is a currency for a lasting community from early in the altcoin days, jumbucks gets used quite regularly for tipping and friendly bets in the slack. Their have been several beta apps for the old code base that proved to be limited by the bitcoin code base to warrant further development. So in addition to the contracts developed in solidity being used, there will be several existing apps rewritten and services in place to provide value and use cases.
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October 04, 2016, 01:38:36 AM
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Let me know if you need a Canadian translation Dev.   Tongue
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October 04, 2016, 01:55:30 AM
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Why would anyone use this instead of ETC?

This coin differs from ETC by having a fair distribution of coins. There is no developer premine, no funds obtained from exploits and no issues with replay attacks.
Also the improvements to the consensus systems will help with securing the chain and providing confirmations to exchanges. I wouldn't be surprised to see these improvements merged to other ethereum code bases

What is this coin for? How anyone can use it?

The coin is a currency for a lasting community from early in the altcoin days, jumbucks gets used quite regularly for tipping and friendly bets in the slack. Their have been several beta apps for the old code base that proved to be limited by the bitcoin code base to warrant further development. So in addition to the contracts developed in solidity being used, there will be several existing apps rewritten and services in place to provide value and use cases.
so nice to understand your explanation theres more room for achieving this purposes and let the coin state its value i guess it will make it success.

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October 04, 2016, 08:21:14 AM
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Why would anyone use this instead of ETC?
This coin differs from ETC by having a fair distribution of coins.

Well, not actually true: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/jbs/#!rich
As you can see in block explorer Top 100 addresses have 98.27% of coins.
How can we say that this coin is fairly distributed if only 100 people of 7,000,000,000 control almost 100% ? Grin


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October 05, 2016, 03:27:10 AM
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Let me know if you need a Canadian translation Dev.   Tongue

Too funnie, eh!
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Why would anyone use this instead of ETC?
This coin differs from ETC by having a fair distribution of coins.

Well, not actually true: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/jbs/#!rich
As you can see in block explorer Top 100 addresses have 98.27% of coins.
How can we say that this coin is fairly distributed if only 100 people of 7,000,000,000 control almost 100% ? Grin

You can be in the top 20 by just filling your wallet with jumbucks on the cheap.
You only need 2,000 coins to be in your top 100, haha
Lets be fair when analyzing numbers.
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October 08, 2016, 07:03:11 AM
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Round 12 DCR stake pool pay out complete

14.82259281 DCR sold for 0.02519914 BTC
210.77928822 JBS bought for 0.02518601 BTC

.. except i kinda messed up and sent out 556.6492266 JBS total instead of 210.77928822 JBS. this will be reflected in later payouts.


The pool is slowly growing and represents 4.401% of all live Decred staking tickets.

So far the pool has paid out over 5546.94667026 DCR in total stake subsidy.

The pool was officially announced and opened on July 18, 2016, 11:18:29 AM.

Sign up today at: http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com

If you require assistance, we are always happy to help in Jumbucks Slack.

Sign up to Jumbucks Slack to be a part of a growing community of over 640 crypto enthusiasts and Jumbucks fans!

Round 13 complete

18.08455276 DCR sold for 0.03255219 BTC
333.96490665 JBS bought for 0.03255209 BTC

This was more an adjustment round since I overpaid the last round. JBS payouts will resume next round.


The pool is slowly growing and represents 4.332% of all live Decred staking tickets.

So far the pool has paid out over 6486.45505826 DCR in total stake subsidy.

The pool was officially announced and opened on July 18, 2016, 11:18:29 AM.

Sign up today at: http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com

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October 28, 2016, 03:32:02 PM
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I just bought some jumbucks from bittrex.  I withdrew them to my coinomi app but despite multiple confirmations, the coins do not appear in coinomi.  I contacted coinomi support and they say the jumbucks community supported back end server is down and they can do nothing.  How do I get my coins back?
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October 28, 2016, 05:41:02 PM
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I just bought some jumbucks from bittrex.  I withdrew them to my coinomi app but despite multiple confirmations, the coins do not appear in coinomi.  I contacted coinomi support and they say the jumbucks community supported back end server is down and they can do nothing.  How do I get my coins back?

I don't really think jambucks is such a good invesment there is not so much interest in it. Just look at this thread and its 2 years old...
I never have even heard of this coin till a little while ago.

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October 28, 2016, 08:21:38 PM
 #259

I just bought some jumbucks from bittrex.  I withdrew them to my coinomi app but despite multiple confirmations, the coins do not appear in coinomi.  I contacted coinomi support and they say the jumbucks community supported back end server is down and they can do nothing.  How do I get my coins back?

I don't really think jambucks is such a good invesment there is not so much interest in it. Just look at this thread and its 2 years old...
I never have even heard of this coin till a little while ago.

check their slack - its very active.
or look here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1631210.0

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October 28, 2016, 09:15:48 PM
 #260

I just bought some jumbucks from bittrex.  I withdrew them to my coinomi app but despite multiple confirmations, the coins do not appear in coinomi.  I contacted coinomi support and they say the jumbucks community supported back end server is down and they can do nothing.  How do I get my coins back?

I don't really think jambucks is such a good invesment there is not so much interest in it. Just look at this thread and its 2 years old...
I never have even heard of this coin till a little while ago.

bitcointalk is dying. your post shows why. projects have moved off bct in record numbers. there is no life on bct and its full of sock puppets pumping their own holdings while talking trash on others
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