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May 08, 2016, 07:10:43 PM
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It's pretty much neck & neck at the polls with how transaction rewards will be distributed.

Personally both ways are fine, having the CBX Foundation get 50% of the Tx rewards seems like a more stable option though.
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May 08, 2016, 07:41:35 PM
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If some one that have a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 and want to alpha test the Wallet, please PM me Cheesy

Got to understand Raspberry Pi better. Do I need one?

Tweeted Bittrex.

Wisdom from the vaults (I was poking around the CGB thread): 'Marketcap is not a very good measure anyways unless there has been decent volume.'

[ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.3280 ]


Hello,
Sorry for the late response i thought i already post but it seems not.
RPi3 has got a slighty better CPU than the RPi2
RPi3 has got integrated WiFi connexion, but actually the wallet of Pi is designed to run with a internet cable directly on the Pi itself because it's safer.
Looks you are now releasing a raspberry pi... and now you have raspberry pi with wifi.. looks like it great than a cable because i have only have a wifi from neighbors wifi.. thanks for update i am just watching on this thread..
Well if i was your neightboor you would already has been your PayPal, Facebook, Email, etc.. account hacked..
Do not use their connexion for critical stuff lol, it's not hard to man in the middle and hook SSL encryption to get all your login informations...
I hope you use 2FA on most of your account and you are not my neightboor...

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May 08, 2016, 07:45:13 PM
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If some one that have a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 and want to alpha test the Wallet, please PM me Cheesy

Got to understand Raspberry Pi better. Do I need one?

Tweeted Bittrex.

Wisdom from the vaults (I was poking around the CGB thread): 'Marketcap is not a very good measure anyways unless there has been decent volume.'

[ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.3280 ]


Hello,
Sorry for the late response i thought i already post but it seems not.
RPi3 has got a slighty better CPU than the RPi2
RPi3 has got integrated WiFi connexion, but actually the wallet of Pi is designed to run with a internet cable directly on the Pi itself because it's safer.
Looks you are now releasing a raspberry pi... and now you have raspberry pi with wifi.. looks like it great than a cable because i have only have a wifi from neighbors wifi.. thanks for update i am just watching on this thread..
Well if i was your neightboor you would already has been your PayPal, Facebook, Email, etc.. account hacked..
Do not use their connexion for critical stuff lol, it's not hard to man in the middle and hook SSL encryption to get all your login informations...
I hope you use 2FA on most of your account and you are not my neightboor...
I'm scared to be your neighbor alex hahaha, hacking all personal stuff you are such a smart guy, thank you for helping this community we do all hope that your hard work will be pay after we all break the wall and start the real business of CBX.

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May 08, 2016, 07:53:22 PM
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It's pretty much neck & neck at the polls with how transaction rewards will be distributed.

Personally both ways are fine, having the CBX Foundation get 50% of the Tx rewards seems like a more stable option though.

One thing we have to keep in mind is that all contributors to this project are purely voluntary. There are of course expenses and the financial backing comes out of our pockets to support and evolve the project. We do have a foundation fund but we do not get any donations. Having something like this built in where some of the transaction fees go to a fund for development is something that could potentially be very beneficial to the project as things progress and the value of CBX grows as do the CBX transactions.



Nobody wants to live next to Alex! lol
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May 08, 2016, 09:15:07 PM
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If some one that have a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 and want to alpha test the Wallet, please PM me Cheesy

Got to understand Raspberry Pi better. Do I need one?

Tweeted Bittrex.

Wisdom from the vaults (I was poking around the CGB thread): 'Marketcap is not a very good measure anyways unless there has been decent volume.'

[ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.3280 ]


Hello,
Sorry for the late response i thought i already post but it seems not.
RPi3 has got a slighty better CPU than the RPi2
RPi3 has got integrated WiFi connexion, but actually the wallet of Pi is designed to run with a internet cable directly on the Pi itself because it's safer.
Looks you are now releasing a raspberry pi... and now you have raspberry pi with wifi.. looks like it great than a cable because i have only have a wifi from neighbors wifi.. thanks for update i am just watching on this thread..
Well if i was your neightboor you would already has been your PayPal, Facebook, Email, etc.. account hacked..
Do not use their connexion for critical stuff lol, it's not hard to man in the middle and hook SSL encryption to get all your login informations...
I hope you use 2FA on most of your account and you are not my neightboor...
I'm scared to be your neighbor alex hahaha, hacking all personal stuff you are such a smart guy, thank you for helping this community we do all hope that your hard work will be pay after we all break the wall and start the real business of CBX.
Haha, don't worry i am ethical guy, i don't do these things. Anyway, at the end of the story a hacker always get catched, so i don't think it's a good idea !

It's pretty much neck & neck at the polls with how transaction rewards will be distributed.

Personally both ways are fine, having the CBX Foundation get 50% of the Tx rewards seems like a more stable option though.

One thing we have to keep in mind is that all contributors to this project are purely voluntary. There are of course expenses and the financial backing comes out of our pockets to support and evolve the project. We do have a foundation fund but we do not get any donations. Having something like this built in where some of the transaction fees go to a fund for development is something that could potentially be very beneficial to the project as things progress and the value of CBX grows as do the CBX transactions.



Nobody wants to live next to Alex! lol
Don't forget that I also pay my own coffee ! Need coffeee to code !! Not free Grin

I am a quiet neightboor, i think many people could be happy of the calm :x they just should not steal my internet connection Grin

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May 08, 2016, 11:37:29 PM
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W.A. Merchant/P2P Project

Please pardon the price drama. I have been trying to discover what CBX’s ‘currency-function price’ is. (Looks like about .000380.)

But we are Number 2 on Cryptopia’s volume chart!

Putting cryptos really and directly to use as currencies is our interest.

Check the photo. I think Yacoin was only the third crypto – after Bitcoin and Litecoin – ever to be sold in two fiat currencies. That was us, and we offered Yacoin-for-silver trades. In 2013.
And you can see a couple of IndiaMikeZulu guys at the Denmark Resource Centre, where we arranged for a local government entity to accept cryptos:


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May 09, 2016, 12:03:52 AM
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It's pretty much neck & neck at the polls with how transaction rewards will be distributed.

Personally both ways are fine, having the CBX Foundation get 50% of the Tx rewards seems like a more stable onption though.

One thing we have to keep in mind is that all contributors to this project are purely voluntary. There are of course expenses and the financial backing comes out of our pockets to support and evolve the project. We do have a foundation fund but we do not get any donations. Having something like this built in where some of the transaction fees go to a fund for development is something that could potentially be very beneficial to the project as things progress and the value of CBX grows as do the CBX transactions.



Nobody wants to live next to Alex! lol

So true , that's why I voted for 50/50. Otherwise cbx foundation would always have to source for fund out of own pocket , I say no need to vote , 50/50 is fair ,

Second option make community Traders , like in community Pos ,

1 : Community Pos where all the smaller coin holder group together to get a stake against whales , thank god Cbx is not like that , Cbx fair staking not on the amount of coins you have!

2 : Community Trader , I have yet to see this happen as it would involve passing over money to a person without a face , it's hard to find trust on the Internet, plus a good trader , if only we could come up with a way to hold the funds , in an account for trade but the trader can't do withdraw on his own , best if 2/3 person needed to release funds . If this could be achieved. With that a whale would be born

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May 09, 2016, 12:15:00 AM
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2 : Community Trader , I have yet to see this happen as it would involve passing over money to a person without a face , it's hard to find trust on the Internet, plus a good trader , if only we could come up with a way to hold the funds , in an account for trade but the trader can't do withdraw on his own , best if 2/3 person needed to release funds . If this could be achieved. With that a whale would be born

What is the suggestion here? Pooling coins and having one person trade with them? How would this help CBX? Just curious, can you please explain further?

With regard to release of funds, a multi-sig account would be needed. Not sure if exchanges offer this but this is possible with CBX, pretty cool. There is a tutorial somewhere, I think on the forum...

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May 09, 2016, 02:01:10 AM
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2 : Community Trader , I have yet to see this happen as it would involve passing over money to a person without a face , it's hard to find trust on the Internet, plus a good trader , if only we could come up with a way to hold the funds , in an account for trade but the trader can't do withdraw on his own , best if 2/3 person needed to release funds . If this could be achieved. With that a whale would be born

What is the suggestion here? Pooling coins and having one person trade with them? How would this help CBX? Just curious, can you please explain further?

With regard to release of funds, a multi-sig account would be needed. Not sure if exchanges offer this but this is possible with CBX, pretty cool. There is a tutorial somewhere, I think on the forum...

1 : It could publish the book
2 : establishing buy support wall
3 : taking down the sell wall
4 : bounty for various project
There are a few more but not important there u go TOP 4 out of my brains

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May 09, 2016, 03:29:33 AM
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Nice but how to determine who's to trade for us?
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May 09, 2016, 04:28:30 AM
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Nice but how to determine who's to trade for us?

I think we need a coder for this . Build our own trade bot . But trend and chop bots are easy to target  we need one the is made to order . Built on the traits of a trader. So we need a coder and a competition to find a good trader.

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May 09, 2016, 04:51:18 AM
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Nice but how to determine who's to trade for us?

I think we need a coder for this . Build our own trade bot . But trend and chop bots are easy to target  we need one the is made to order . Built on the traits of a trader. So we need a coder and a competition to find a good trader.

That will also depend on how much the foundation will going to get. For me, the top priority will be paying for the devs.

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Nice but how to determine who's to trade for us?

I think we need a coder for this . Build our own trade bot . But trend and chop bots are easy to target  we need one the is made to order . Built on the traits of a trader. So we need a coder and a competition to find a good trader.

That will also depend on how much the foundation will going to get. For me, the top priority will be paying for the devs.
I hope dev will not charged us too much so we can proceed to this project if there's someone who knows how this one works please help the community so we can move forward on this matter, CBX time is coming and we need to help each other to success. good luck dev team.

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Nice but how to determine who's to trade for us?

I think we need a coder for this . Build our own trade bot . But trend and chop bots are easy to target  we need one the is made to order . Built on the traits of a trader. So we need a coder and a competition to find a good trader.

That will also depend on how much the foundation will going to get. For me, the top priority will be paying for the devs.
I hope dev will not charged us too much so we can proceed to this project if there's someone who knows how this one works please help the community so we can move forward on this matter, CBX time is coming and we need to help each other to success. good luck dev team.

Yep, the community must help in order for the coin to push through adversities. We can start with providing visibility to the coin so others will notice. Posting on social media will also help. You can share the fb pages and articles regarding CBX, an example would be this http://growblogs.org/index.php/2016/05/03/what-is-crypto-bullion-cbx/ with an option to share on social media.

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May 09, 2016, 06:08:38 AM
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Nice but how to determine who's to trade for us?

I think we need a coder for this . Build our own trade bot . But trend and chop bots are easy to target  we need one the is made to order . Built on the traits of a trader. So we need a coder and a competition to find a good trader.

That will also depend on how much the foundation will going to get. For me, the top priority will be paying for the devs.

If it's a bot than it would be very easy . All who pitch in will vote on the splits but if the foundation doesn't get any it defeats the purpose. This should be an easy matter to solve once we get the ball rolling

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May 09, 2016, 07:26:22 AM
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5 paid vote so far
https://c-cex.com/?id=vote

And it only started a day ago Smiley

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Annoucing the Crypto Bullion signature campaign!

In order to increase awareness of the Crypto Bullion, our crypto currency, we will begin to invest in a signature campaign and reward people for taking part of it.

The rules and registration to this program can be read here:


Bitcointalk CBX sig campaign thread

Do not miss this opportunity to earn some CBX while helping your investment at the same time!
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Great campaign. Testing sig Smiley
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Nice to see that CBX has one now. Let's spread out to multiple threads Smiley

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Sig's are looking good guys!
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