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Author Topic: [ANN] BitBean | Innovative PoS | Scalability | No IPO | No premine -New Dev Team  (Read 165888 times)
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August 29, 2015, 07:48:19 PM
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I'm currently new to bitbean but I've been splitting my bitbeans in separate addresses. My question is:

Let's say i successfully stake and get my 1,000 beans. Does the weight on all my addresses go back to zero or only the address that contains "some" beans that also "found" the block or whatever it is called, go back to zero in terms of weight (and then restarts the cycle of waiting 6 hours before maturity).

So for example:

Address 1 - 16,000 bitbeans
2 - 5k beans
3 - 8k beans
4 - 12k beans
5 - 15k beans

And say address 1 finds the block and gets the 1000 beans. Does Address 1 go back to zero weight but addresses 2 through 5 keep staking along? I read a few pages back on a lengthy discussion but this particular issue wasn't clear; only that he kept splitting his beans between several dozens of addresses.

Couldn't find info anywhere since there's so little posted. thanks.

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August 29, 2015, 08:31:50 PM
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I'm currently new to bitbean but I've been splitting my bitbeans in separate addresses. My question is:

Let's say i successfully stake and get my 1,000 beans. Does the weight on all my addresses go back to zero or only the address that contains "some" beans that also "found" the block or whatever it is called, go back to zero in terms of weight (and then restarts the cycle of waiting 6 hours before maturity).

So for example:

Address 1 - 16,000 bitbeans
2 - 5k beans
3 - 8k beans
4 - 12k beans
5 - 15k beans

And say address 1 finds the block and gets the 1000 beans. Does Address 1 go back to zero weight but addresses 2 through 5 keep staking along? I read a few pages back on a lengthy discussion but this particular issue wasn't clear; only that he kept splitting his beans between several dozens of addresses.

Couldn't find info anywhere since there's so little posted. thanks.
It is actually based on inputs not addresses.
That means if you have 10 inputs and 1 of them finds a block then the other 9 inputs will try to find a block too.
Each time you find a block, the input that found it splits into 2 inputs.
When the new inputs get enough age(the min age) then the input will try to find a new block.
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August 29, 2015, 09:34:55 PM
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Ah ok, I'll try to reread this thread then with that inputs in mind.

Or if you could point me to the place, I can read it further. Seems like there's no point then in splitting addresses then (though many still seem to do this).

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September 01, 2015, 08:48:46 PM
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Any word on this new wallet??? Was "supposed" to be released last week...

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September 01, 2015, 08:54:17 PM
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Any word on this new wallet??? Was "supposed" to be released last week...

TeamBean is working on it and it's almost ready to released.
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September 06, 2015, 07:53:00 PM
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Another 5 days and still there is not a new wallet.. Whats going on here guys?? Feeling kinda strung along here...

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September 08, 2015, 09:01:07 PM
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Another 5 days and still there is not a new wallet.. Whats going on here guys?? Feeling kinda strung along here...

You're like the guy who drives into a brick wall painted to look like a tunnel, backs up and then tries to drive through it again, in a Geo Metro. Seriously, bitbean has shown a consistent inability to deliver on promises on time (or at all in many cases), communication has been consistently horrible, and flakyness seems to be the norm. At a certain point, you have to realize this is just the way it is, and decide whether you should be invested in it at all.

I've decided to embrace the flake and now recognize Bitbean for what it is, its almost painful to watch you continuously fail to realize that your expectations are the issue here, Bitbean hasn't changed Wink

(NOTE: This doesn't mean I like the flaky nature, just that at a certain point you have to recognize that no matter how much you take it back to the dealership, there's nothing they can do to turn your Lada into a BMW.)
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September 08, 2015, 10:01:02 PM
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I am well aware of his issues and inability to deliver.. I am going to continue to bug him until at some point he either pulls his head out of his ass and delivers on what he promises or a group of us will take the coin over...

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September 12, 2015, 12:55:30 AM
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Work on the updated wallet is progressing. More enhancements than planned are being implemented.

Sincerely,

Shawn Kent (aka Bitbeaner)
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Bean Core, Team Bean, BitBean
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P.S. Hard-core Beaners should hangout in #bitbean on IRC (Freenode) to keep up on the latest developments.

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September 15, 2015, 04:52:43 PM
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I did hang out on IRC,  Bitbeaner.  That's where you originally told me you were keeping bitbean value down so your team could buy more. That comment alone helped me classify Bitbean as sketchy with a sketchy Dev.

Thank you though,  knowing that you have no ethical issues manipulating bitbean value to help insiders profit has helped me greatly to understand the true nature of your coin and profit off it much.

Still don't see that Wiki page I offered to put together but "beancore" was already working on.  Also,  while the bitbean has some interesting features it has little practitical use.   Rather than wallets that don't actually do anything maybe you should put some effort into having it adopted for actual purchases,  etc.

Right now it is important for investors to recognize Bitbean for what it is,  a penny stock with no practical uses that has small volatility entirely created by the promises and failure to meet promises of the lead Devi Shawn Kent. Understand that and you can do well on Bitbean Smiley



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September 16, 2015, 02:37:43 AM
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What other features are you supposedly adding?? Mutli-send?? Advanced Coin Control?? When will this wallet be released??

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September 18, 2015, 10:56:33 PM
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There was an altcoin called bitbean,
It had it's sceptics that was foreseen,
But when the new wallet is up for release,
All doubters will cease.

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September 19, 2015, 02:45:54 AM
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There was an altcoin called bitbean,
It had it's sceptics that was foreseen,
But when the new wallet is up for release,
All doubters will cease.





With the coming release of BitBean Wallet v1.1.0RC, we're just getting our feet wet, v2.0 will be a significant milestone!

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September 19, 2015, 03:09:08 PM
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There was an altcoin called bitbean,
It had it's sceptics that was foreseen,
But when the new wallet is up for release,
All doubters will cease.




Stay tuned for V 2.0, sometime in 2020.

It's hilarious how amped up you can get people with a new wallet that really won't change the fact the coin has no ultimate purpose and there is nowhere you can spend it. Trader investors hoping it comes up enough so they can drop the bag on a new crew of holders.

Even when said wallet is already well past promised delivery.

Flake on!
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September 19, 2015, 06:34:28 PM
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There was a troll called Inyereye,
Who thought his life had passed him by,
Spendings his time posting negative bull,
When he would feel better treating life as being half full.

Seriously though, not many things in life arrive on time but usually the wait is worth it. Most of us here are pulling with the team, lighten up, life is too short.


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September 19, 2015, 10:55:04 PM
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Well, in his defense, there is very little to no communication about the wallet as well as the history of the Dev to never deliver on his promises...

If you are involved in the Wallet Dev, what exactly is taking so long? What are the new features ??

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September 20, 2015, 09:10:24 PM
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Where is this new wallet.  There was supposed to be one released in August and then another one in September, neither one has been released !!!
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September 22, 2015, 03:08:37 AM
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So I am guessing this wallet isn't going to happen??

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September 22, 2015, 01:25:45 PM
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So I am guessing this wallet isn't going to happen??

v1.1.0RC will be available very soon!

Sorry if this will disappoint you.

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September 22, 2015, 05:56:27 PM
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So I am guessing this wallet isn't going to happen??

v1.1.0RC will be available very soon!

Sorry if this will disappoint you.


Disappointment came 3 months ago... I think now its more like don't give a shit and let's see if it actually happens is more like it?

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