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Question: With BPN, we are segmenting the CBX money offer, thus allowing 250 000 CBX to take part in BPN. What do you recommend, as for how many CBX need to be locked to form a BPN:
2000 CBX per BPN, 125 possible nodes
1000 CBX per BPN, 250 possible nodes
500 CBX per BPN, 500 possible nodes
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December 11, 2015, 07:10:13 AM
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Popped in, E., to say that (Mark's Rude Arithmetic) Altcap-to-Total-Cap Ratio just snucked over 10%, which could be Cryptsy, and speaking of Cryptsy . . .

been following Dnotes' and Uno's prices. Both have, for days now, been way up in price on Cryptsy -- Uno is 25% over its mark there at this second.

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December 11, 2015, 06:21:27 PM
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Guys,
I am seeing some chatter in other threads regarding possible issues with Cryptsy. Most likely this is just FUD. Cryptsy has been around for quite some time and has been a great ally for CBX.

That being said however, I just want to remind the community that the safest place for your CBX is in your personal Vault. Exchanges are meant for trading not storage so please be cautious with trusting any third party with your finances. Better safe than sorry.

Just wanted to refer back to this as there seem to be further developments at Cryptsy (BTC and LTC withdrawals no longer processing). The CBX wallet maintained by Cryptsy is still very large meaning a lot of people are taking a substantial risk of trusting a 3rd party despite some troubling signs.

Again, I would suggest keeping your CBX (and all other cryptos) in you personal wallet and moving to an exchange when you are ready to trade. This is the only safe way to protect yourself and keep control of your finances.

Additionally, PoSP it close to completion so you will not want to miss out on the staking opportunities by having your CBX in someone else's hands.



Yup I confirm I have a small LTC withdrawal stuck at Cryptsy... it's not looking good.

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December 11, 2015, 08:18:10 PM
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Popped in, E., to say that (Mark's Rude Arithmetic) Altcap-to-Total-Cap Ratio just snucked over 10%, which could be Cryptsy, and speaking of Cryptsy . . .

been following Dnotes' and Uno's prices. Both have, for days now, been way up in price on Cryptsy -- Uno is 25% over its mark there at this second.

Mark

Interesting... CBX trading pretty much at the same price between Cryptsy and BANX..
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December 11, 2015, 08:19:25 PM
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Guys,
I am seeing some chatter in other threads regarding possible issues with Cryptsy. Most likely this is just FUD. Cryptsy has been around for quite some time and has been a great ally for CBX.

That being said however, I just want to remind the community that the safest place for your CBX is in your personal Vault. Exchanges are meant for trading not storage so please be cautious with trusting any third party with your finances. Better safe than sorry.

Just wanted to refer back to this as there seem to be further developments at Cryptsy (BTC and LTC withdrawals no longer processing). The CBX wallet maintained by Cryptsy is still very large meaning a lot of people are taking a substantial risk of trusting a 3rd party despite some troubling signs.

Again, I would suggest keeping your CBX (and all other cryptos) in you personal wallet and moving to an exchange when you are ready to trade. This is the only safe way to protect yourself and keep control of your finances.

Additionally, PoSP it close to completion so you will not want to miss out on the staking opportunities by having your CBX in someone else's hands.



Yup I confirm I have a small LTC withdrawal stuck at Cryptsy... it's not looking good.

Sorry to hear this. Have you tried cancelling the withdrawal? I understand you can withdraw if you convert to an alt - at least currently.
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December 11, 2015, 08:19:52 PM
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Hey I'm relatively new to Cryptobullion and I was just wondering about the POS.  Is the min age 30 days? Also what is the POS % for Cryptobullion? Thanks

 

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December 11, 2015, 08:28:34 PM
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Hey I'm relatively new to Cryptobullion and I was just wondering about the POS.  Is the min age 30 days? Also what is the POS % for Cryptobullion? Thanks

Currently:
30 day minimum (1.2% annually) and 90 day max (1.5% annually)

PoSP (launching shortly):
1 hour minimum, no maximum
2% annual interest minimum which scales up reflective of how many CBX are actively staking every minute. i.e. if 1/10th of the CBX in existence are staking at a given time (100,000 of the approximately 1 million), those 100,000 would earn 10 times the standard yearly pos (their 2% plus the 2% from each coin not being staked) = 20%. So inflation will remain static at 2% per year.
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December 11, 2015, 09:07:23 PM
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Hey I'm relatively new to Cryptobullion and I was just wondering about the POS.  Is the min age 30 days? Also what is the POS % for Cryptobullion? Thanks

Currently:
30 day minimum (1.2% annually) and 90 day max (1.5% annually)

PoSP (launching shortly):
1 hour minimum, no maximum
2% annual interest minimum which scales up reflective of how many CBX are actively staking every minute. i.e. if 1/10th of the CBX in existence are staking at a given time (100,000 of the approximately 1 million), those 100,000 would earn 10 times the standard yearly pos (their 2% plus the 2% from each coin not being staked) = 20%. So inflation will remain static at 2% per year.
Hmmm very cool thanks for breaking that down for me mate Smiley I just need to get my wallet fully synced now and then I can send the coins I got to it and get the staking timer going lol Thanks again

 

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December 11, 2015, 09:29:03 PM
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Hey I'm relatively new to Cryptobullion and I was just wondering about the POS.  Is the min age 30 days? Also what is the POS % for Cryptobullion? Thanks

Currently:
30 day minimum (1.2% annually) and 90 day max (1.5% annually)

PoSP (launching shortly):
1 hour minimum, no maximum
2% annual interest minimum which scales up reflective of how many CBX are actively staking every minute. i.e. if 1/10th of the CBX in existence are staking at a given time (100,000 of the approximately 1 million), those 100,000 would earn 10 times the standard yearly pos (their 2% plus the 2% from each coin not being staked) = 20%. So inflation will remain static at 2% per year.
Hmmm very cool thanks for breaking that down for me mate Smiley I just need to get my wallet fully synced now and then I can send the coins I got to it and get the staking timer going lol Thanks again

If you are synching from the genesis block, you are far better off downloading the blockchain bootstrap file from the website and dropping it into your roaming folder. This will save you from having to download the entire blockchain history (takes a few days).

http://cryptobullion.io/storage-use/

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December 11, 2015, 10:50:50 PM
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WOW....trying to find some REASONABLE priced CBX. There is none to be had and what is out there isn't in great quantity. I sure wish I'd have started sooner on collecting CBX. Not having the greatest of luck mining the last before POsP either. So, I guess the little I have will have to suffice. Just wondering if there is a 'RichList' anywhere?

Thanks Much,

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December 11, 2015, 10:59:05 PM
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I just want to thank the guys who helped me out with my questions and gave me the idea to use the bootstrap to sync my wallet quicker I really appreciate that Smiley Cheers

 

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December 11, 2015, 11:24:21 PM
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Hey I'm relatively new to Cryptobullion and I was just wondering about the POS.  Is the min age 30 days? Also what is the POS % for Cryptobullion? Thanks

Currently:
30 day minimum (1.2% annually) and 90 day max (1.5% annually)

PoSP (launching shortly):
1 hour minimum, no maximum
2% annual interest minimum which scales up reflective of how many CBX are actively staking every minute. i.e. if 1/10th of the CBX in existence are staking at a given time (100,000 of the approximately 1 million), those 100,000 would earn 10 times the standard yearly pos (their 2% plus the 2% from each coin not being staked) = 20%. So inflation will remain static at 2% per year.

So that's what all the excitement for this PoSP and Crypto Bullion is all about... wow I did not quite understand it - these numbers are very exciting!

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December 12, 2015, 12:19:14 AM
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Hello,

Would someone please check on a transfer transaction from The Blocks Factory and tell me why it never confirmed? I know it's not a lot, but it's something.

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/8/2015 22:42
From: unknown
To: 5boGdjybbFLAU26po3AyMF461quuuojBAX (own address, label: BlockFactory)
Credit: 0.100072 CBX
Net amount: +0.100072 CBX
Transaction ID: 3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

I have tried to contact them but have never gotten a response from e-mail, and there isn't any support means to use.

Thank you,

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Hello,

Would someone please check on a transfer transaction from The Blocks Factory and tell me why it never confirmed? I know it's not a lot, but it's something.

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/8/2015 22:42
From: unknown
To: 5boGdjybbFLAU26po3AyMF461quuuojBAX (own address, label: BlockFactory)
Credit: 0.100072 CBX
Net amount: +0.100072 CBX
Transaction ID: 3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

I have tried to contact them but have never gotten a response from e-mail, and there isn't any support means to use.

Thank you,

CapnBDL
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I found it on the block explorer: http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/tx/3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

Part of block # 1142656
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/block/000000012a800f3c06217da9615ffc4afadfd57e0566fc2fa7620583c12e6975
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December 12, 2015, 02:10:57 AM
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Hello,

Would someone please check on a transfer transaction from The Blocks Factory and tell me why it never confirmed? I know it's not a lot, but it's something.

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/8/2015 22:42
From: unknown
To: 5boGdjybbFLAU26po3AyMF461quuuojBAX (own address, label: BlockFactory)
Credit: 0.100072 CBX
Net amount: +0.100072 CBX
Transaction ID: 3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

I have tried to contact them but have never gotten a response from e-mail, and there isn't any support means to use.

Thank you,

CapnBDL
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I found it on the block explorer: http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/tx/3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

Part of block # 1142656
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/block/000000012a800f3c06217da9615ffc4afadfd57e0566fc2fa7620583c12e6975

Soo....why is it unconfirmed? It's just sitting there? Doesn't help me tho.

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December 12, 2015, 02:46:22 AM
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WOW....trying to find some REASONABLE priced CBX. There is none to be had and what is out there isn't in great quantity. I sure wish I'd have started sooner on collecting CBX. Not having the greatest of luck mining the last before POsP either. So, I guess the little I have will have to suffice. Just wondering if there is a 'RichList' anywhere?

Thanks Much,

CapnBDL
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Well, I see things differently... I think that, in the near future, looking back at today's higher prices we are going to find today's CBX very cheap, compared to that time's prices !!!

 Grin


Here is the rich list of CBX (still wrongfully labelled as CGB):  https://coinplorer.com/CGB/Addresses/0/Top The first top address (113k) you see there does not belong to a rich person, it's the combined CBX balances at an exchange.
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December 12, 2015, 08:25:03 AM
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Am following the Cryptsy thing carefully -- not panic, just v. cautious. The chat in the chat room says it all. They are actively discussing What Alts You Can Still Get Out. Both Dnotes and Unobtanium have been trading at premiums (over their other exchanges) for days now. Uno has risen to 25% over its price elsewhere.

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December 12, 2015, 01:41:35 PM
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Hello,

Would someone please check on a transfer transaction from The Blocks Factory and tell me why it never confirmed? I know it's not a lot, but it's something.

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/8/2015 22:42
From: unknown
To: 5boGdjybbFLAU26po3AyMF461quuuojBAX (own address, label: BlockFactory)
Credit: 0.100072 CBX
Net amount: +0.100072 CBX
Transaction ID: 3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

I have tried to contact them but have never gotten a response from e-mail, and there isn't any support means to use.

Thank you,

CapnBDL
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I found it on the block explorer: http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/tx/3138f2477d4634030789381a6b4608676ea16d7f5b47ad5ff7012d00f9be6b30

Part of block # 1142656
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/block/000000012a800f3c06217da9615ffc4afadfd57e0566fc2fa7620583c12e6975

Soo....why is it unconfirmed? It's just sitting there? Doesn't help me tho.

Edit, it is NOT part of the transaction. It is listed in the input/outputs but not part of the 2 transactions of that block. The only thing you can do at this point is get in touch with The Blocks Factory and let them know that they need to resend.
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December 12, 2015, 05:57:40 PM
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http://themerkle.com/news/for-some-reason-people-are-still-depositing-funds-to-cryptsy/

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December 13, 2015, 02:56:43 PM
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if you wait 24 hours, you can withdraw another 150 or so coins from cryptsy.  CBX now back in the top 100    Smiley
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December 14, 2015, 08:10:01 AM
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Someone from Cryptopia is asking this question and I was sure I saw something pass in here about it, but I can't find it...

We know the biggest CBX faucet is bulliongalore.com; I know there is another one - can someone point it to me please?

thanks!
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