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Author Topic: SUPERSTAKE | BUZZCOIN | SHA256d | POW/100 % MONTH POS  (Read 63604 times)
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November 21, 2017, 01:53:54 AM
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Coin Minting Stability Program

Testing is underway for the Coin Minting Stability program, designed to counter the effects of inflation on BUZZ, as outlined in the Roadmap for Q4 2017.

Where Proof-Of-Work coins go through 'halving' and increases in difficulty to lengthen the coin's lifetime, BUZZ will be countering the negative effects of inflation by employing a gradual decline in APR and a steady increase in the coins' maturity period. It won't quite be the end of the current rate though - there are still going to be Proof-Of-Stake blocks that will return rewards based on an APR of 1200%!

The change is scheduled to take place towards the New Year, so there's still plenty of opportunity to buy BUZZ now (Yobit, CoinExchange, CoinsMarkets and TradeSatoshi) and hold on to them for maximum returns!

Initially, the change in APR will still see BUZZ as one of the highest-staking coins in the marketplace - but with the dev team's continued delivery of the plans laid out in the Roadmap document, it will also promote an increase in the coins' value!




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November 21, 2017, 02:16:52 AM
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Just joined the staking community of BUZZ coin. The update that you have there is quite fascinating and will surely provide some peace of mind to investors like me. The problem with high POS coins is in its supplt and the hyperinflation that comes along with it (this usually kills the coin in the end) and you just showed us the planned action of the BUZZcoin team to counter it. Good job in coming up with that idea.

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November 21, 2017, 04:55:36 AM
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Can you clean the wallet?
There are too many flags when it's scanned.
https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/c1cf30536750f29051ef1c5762869cac9edb9b0e8aeac11657e91101d0735d8c/detection
It just gives bad impression to new users.
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November 21, 2017, 06:27:25 AM
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Can you clean the wallet?
There are too many flags when it's scanned...

A fix for this is already in line for release as well...

Just to reiterate what has already been said before, some AV software will flag the BUZZ wallet (and, in all fairness, other coins' wallets too) as infected with a trojan. However, looking at the codes, Avast might flag it as 'PUP' - 'potentially unwanted program', K7 as 'riskware', others as an IRCbot. It's actually a false positive. The wallet is safe, and has been running on my own machines since October with no adverse side effects.
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November 21, 2017, 11:02:38 AM
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hi, my wallet have been on 1yr 44 weeks sync for over 2 days. its not moving. what could be the likely problem.
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November 21, 2017, 11:28:08 AM
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hi, my wallet have been on 1yr 44 weeks sync for over 2 days. its not moving. what could be the likely problem.

It sounds like you need to close Buzzcoin executable, download and unzip the latest bootstrap... you need to extract the contents of the zip file to where the wallet.dat file is stored... (Back up wallet.dat first). The folder is something like '[Username]\AppData\Roaming\BuzzCoin'... Then run the executable again and hopefully it should sync
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