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MinCoin

Mincoin (MNC) is a decentralized cryptocurrency and a direct descendant of Litecoin designed for optimal transaction processing with a target block spacing of only 60 seconds. Like Bitcoin and Litecoin, Mincoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system released into the public domain as free and open source software.
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Masari: Simple Private Money

Masari (MSR) is a scalability-focused, untraceable, secure, and fungible cryptocurrency using the RingCT protocol. Masari is the first CryptoNote coin to develop uncle mining and a fully client side web wallet.
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Hacking team offering seminars on Bitcoin, dark web and blockchain investigation /bitcointalk.org

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The Decade in Blockchain — 2010 to 2020 in Review

2010

February — The first ever cryptocurrency exchange, Bitcoin Market, is established. The first trade takes place a month later.
April — The first public bitcoin trade takes place: 1000BTC traded for $30 at an exchange rate of 0.03USD/1BTC
May — The first real-world bitcoin transaction is undertaken by Laszlo Hanyecz, who paid 10000BTC for two Papa John’s pizzas (Approximately $25 USD)
June — Bitcoin developer Gavin Andreson creates a faucet offering 5 free BTC to the public
July — First notable usage of the word “blockchain” appears on BitcoinTalk forum. Prior to this, it was referred to as ‘Proof-of-Work chain’
July — Bitcoin exchange named Magic The Gathering Online eXchange—also known as Mt. Gox—established
August —Bitcoin protocol bug leads to emergency hard fork
December — Satoshi Nakamoto ceases communication with the world

2011

January — One-quarter of the eventual total of 21M bitcoins have been generated
February — Bitcoin reaches parity for the first time with USD
April — Bitcoin reaches parity with EUR and GBP
June — WikiLeaks begins accepting Bitcoin donations
June — Mt. Gox hacked, resulting in suspension of trading and a precipitous price drop for Bitcoin
August — First Bitcoin Improvement Proposal: BIP Purpose and Guidelines
October — Litecoin released
December — Bitcoin featured as a major plot element in an episode of ‘The Good Wife’ as 9.45 million viewers watch.

2012

May — Bitcoin Magazine, founded by Mihai Alisie and Vitalik Buterin, publishes first issue
July — Government of Estonia begins incorporating blockchain into digital ID efforts
September — Bitcoin Foundation created
October — BitPay reports having over 1,000 merchants accepting bitcoin under its payment processing service
November — First Bitcoin halving to 25 BTC per block

2013

February — Reddit begins accepting bitcoins for Gold memberships
March — Cyprus government bailout levies bank accounts with over $100k. Flight to Bitcoin results in major price spike.
May —Total Bitcoin value surpasses 1 billion USD with 11M Bitcoin in circulation
May — The first cryptocurrency market rally and crash takes place. Prices rise from $13 to $220, and then drop to $70
June — First major cryptocurrency theft. 25,000 BTC is stolen from Bitcoin forum founder
July — Mastercoin becomes the first project to conduct an ICO
August — U.S. Federal Court issues opinion that Bitcoin is a currency or form of money
October — The FBI shuts down dark web marketplace Silk Road, confiscating approximately 26,000 bitcoins
November — Vitalik Buterin releases the Ethereum White Paper: “A Next-Generation Smart Contract and Decentralized Application Platform
December — The first commit to the Ethereum codebase takes place

2014

January — Vitalik Buterin announces Ethereum at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami
February — HMRC in the UK classifies Bitcoin as private money
March — Newsweek claims Dorian Nakamoto is Bitcoin creator. He is not
April — Gavin Wood releases the Ethereum Yellow Paper: “Ethereum: A Secure Decentralised Generalised Transaction Ledger
June — Ethereum Foundation established in Zug, Switzerland
June — US Marshals Service auctions off 30,000 Bitcoin confiscated from Silk Road. All are purchased by venture capitalist Tim Draper
July — Ethereum token launch raises 31,591 BTC ($18,439,086) over 42 days
September — TeraExchange launches first U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission approved Bitcoin over-the-counter swap
October — ConsenSys is founded by Joe Lubin
December — By year’s end, Paypal, Zynga, u/, Expedia, Newegg, Dell, Dish Network, and Microsoft are all accepting Bitcoin for payments

2015

January — Coinbase opens up the first U.S-based cryptocurrency exchange
February — Stripe initiates bitcoin payment integration for merchants
April — NASDAQ initiates blockchain trial
June — NYDFS releases final version of its BitLicense virtual currency regulations
July — Ethereum’s first live mainnet release—Frontier—launched.
August — Augur, the first token launch on the Ethereum network takes place
September — R3 consortium formed with nine financial institutions, increases to over 40 members within six months
October — Gemini exchange launches, founded by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss
November — Announcement of first zero knowledge proof, ZK-Snarks
December — Linux Foundation establishes Hyperledger project

2016

January — Zcash announced
February — HyperLedger project announced by Linux Foundation with thirty founding members
March — Second Ethereum mainnet release, Homestead, is rolled out.
April — The DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) launches a 28-day crowdsale. After one month, it raises an Ether value of more than US$150M
May — Chinese Financial Blockchain Shenzhen Consortium launches with 31 members
June — The DAO is attacked with 3.6M of the 11.5M Ether in The DAO redirected to the attacker’s Ethereum account
July — The DAO attack results in a hard fork of the Ethereum Blockchain to recover funds. A minority group rejecting the hard fork continues to use the original blockchain renamed Ethereum Classic
July — Second Bitcoin halving to 12.5BTC per block mined
November — CME Launches Bitcoin Price Index

2017

January — Bitcoin price breaks US$1,000 for the first time in three years
February — Enterprise Ethereum Alliance formed with 30 founding members, over 150 members six months later
March — Multiple applications for Bitcoin ETFs rejected by the SEC
April — Bitcoin is officially recognized as currency by Japan
June — EOS begins its year-long ICO, eventually raising $4 billion
July — Parity hack exposes weaknesses in multisig wallets
August — Bitcoin Cash forks from the Bitcoin Network
October — Ethereum releases Byzantium soft fork network upgrade, part one of Metropolis
September — China bans ICOs
October — Bitcoin price surpasses $5,000 USD for the first time
November — Bitcoin price surpasses $10,000 USD for the first time
December — Ethereum Dapp Cryptokitties goes viral, pushing the Ethereum network to its limits

2018


January — Ethereum price peaks near $1400 USD
March — Google bans all ads pertaining to cryptocurrency
March — Twitter bans all ads pertaining to cryptocurrency
April — 2018 outpaces 2017 with $6.3 billion raised in token launches in the first four months of the year
April — EU government commits $300 million to developing blockchain projects
June — The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission states that Ether is not a security.
July — Over 100,000 ERC20 tokens created
August — New York Stock Exchange owner announces Bakkt, a federally regulated digital asset exchange
October — Bitcoin’s 10th birthday
November — VC investment in blockchain tech surpasses $1 billion
December — 90% of banks in the US and Europe report exploration of blockchain tech

2019

January — Coinstar machines begin selling cryptocurrency at grocery stores across the US
February — Ethereum’s Constantinople hard fork is released, part two of Metropolis
April — Bitcoin surpasses 400 million total transactions
June — Facebook announces Libra
July — United States senate holds hearings titled ‘Examining Regulatory Frameworks for Digital Currencies and Blockchain”
August — Ethereum developer dominance reaches 4x that of any other blockchain
October — Over 80 million distinct Ethereum addresses have been created
September — Santander bank settles both sides of a $20 million bond on Ethereum
November — Over 3000 Dapps created. Of them, 2700 are built on Ethereum
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XMR.RU-report (JULY)

I would like to remind you that we are a non-commercial community and that we do not advertise on our forum, Telegram Chat / Channel, etc. We have been asked to place ads more than once, but we always refuse. The official position of our community - if the service accepts Monero as a payment, then it has the right to create a topic on the forum and keep it up to date, as well as to be present in our chat room, in order to provide support to its customers if necessary.
If you like our work, donations are welcome (wallets at the end of this post).
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Sup-sup Monteros!
Here is report from XMR.RU-team!
The whole XMR.RU team is thankful to you for your support and donations that help to disseminate relevant information about Monero.
The following articles were translated into Russian and posted not only on XMR.RU but also on Bitcointalk, Forum.Bits.Media, different crypto-chats etc.
If for some reason you would like to read the original article in English, then open the article you are interested in and at the end of each article you will find a link to the source:
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Don't forget to check and subscribe to Monero Russian Community!
Few of you maybe understand Russian, but I think it is not difficult to subscribe to the channel and put a couple of likes, and this will help to spread Monero among Russian-speaking users in the future.
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Who we are?
Group of Monero enthusiasts from Ukraine and Russia.
What are we doing?
We spread the word about Monero for the whole CIS.
You can support us.
XMR: 42CxJrG1Q8HT9XiXJ1Cim4Sz18rM95UucEBeZ3x6YuLQUwTn6UWo9ozeA7jv13v8H1FvQn9dgw1Gw2VMUqdvVN1T9izzGEt
BTC: 1FeetSJ7LFZeC328FqPqYTfUY4LEesZ5ku
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Here you can see for what all donations are spent on. ;-)
Cheers!
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I've just spent the last week manually going through 100's of CryptoCurrency Projects (and pissing some people off).

Who: I have been interested in cryptocurrencies for quite some time. I was originally introduced to bitcoin when Wikileaks was banned by visa, then by paypal. I kept hearing the word "bitcoin", "used on the dark web!" Needless to say, when hearing about some special currency being used on some sort of "dark web" caught my attention. After too much procrastination, I finally purchased some bitcoins. Since then, I have been exploring some crypto-currency projects here and there. I have written a novelette on the subject.
What: I ran through 100's of cryptocurrency projects on bitcointalk.org. Each project is listed nearly the same way. You'll see the title of the project, which is written to attract your attention by mentioning "buzz words" while describing the project in only a few words. Some projects will have very basic text, and others will have fancy images, and some layouts. I was searching for THE project.
When: Over the last week, I've spent nearly everyday- sun up to sun down- going through a lot of these projects. I feel like now is the best time to do this. Not only because it's a "down time" for the crypto-space, but in addition, the overall community has just experience a boom and "bust". The water was high for a while, everybody was happy. Then, the tide went back out. We've all had a chance to see how projects come and go. When there is little activity on the crypto-markets, we can see what projects are up to now; now that the fields have dried up.
Where: I choose to research projects on bitcointalk.org because to me, that is the HUB. That is where I was introduced to bitcoin and other projects. So, I feel like the wealth of knowledge is abundant there. The barriers of entry are pretty low, so anyone can join, provide their opinions, and post projects. My word of advice for bitcointalk, don't judge what people say based on their membership status. You will see people who are considered "HEROS", "NOOB", etc. Don't give that any weight. People buy accounts on there as they do on reddit. You will have to judge people based on WHAT they say, not the reputation of who said it on bitcointalk. (I do believe Satoshi lurks and posts on the forum, not as Satoshi, obviously)
Why: I also wanted to do this because I feel like there are likely some very worthwhile projects out there under the radar. I have a belief that if someone finds a field of diamonds in the middle of nowhere, that person will not tell anyone else about that field. I believe that they would understandably keep the location of the field to themselves for as long as possible. With that analogy in mind, I don't expect people to shout from the roof top when they come across a great project. Why should they tell us when they can buy before everybody else? This is why I search for good projects. Which brings me to my next point, what exactly is a "good project"? A good project to you might not mean it's a good project to me. Just like with women, we all have our preferences. Also like women, we can tell if she is healthy, is taking care of herself, if she is growing, and if she is working. As with cryptocurrency projects, after being around so long, you can see many tell-tale signs about the decent ones, and the bad ones.
It's getting late. I'll finish this later. Go checkout bitcointalk.org if you've never been there. I'll see you back soon.
Edit: It is bitcointalk.org instead of bitcointalk.com
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The threat of Crypto Crimes

The threat of Crypto Crimes

What is a crypto crime?

Crypto crime is an offense that involves cryptocurrencies. Basically it has something to do with stealing cryptocurrencies oand spending them on something illegal.
As long as cryptocurrencies exist there are concerns that they can be used for illegal activities funding. So now there is the whole problem of preventing and investigating crimes related to cryptocurrencies.
https://preview.redd.it/aov11qv3jzk31.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=11b4da6c1afa87ee3b8f10e0df60fd139628a2c9
There are reports on the number of unlawful activities that occur every year and include Bitcoin. But not only Bitcoin is involved. INTERPOL has statistics on crypto crimes for every coin. Here are some examples of crimes they report:
  • money laundering
  • extortion
  • blackmail
  • investment scams
  • dark web websites
  • darknet markets
  • ICO scams
  • exit scams
  • Ponzi scheme
  • cryptojacking
  • kidnapping
  • fake identities

Why crypto?

Let’s take a moment and think why criminals like cryptocurrencies so much. The reason is that the Cryptoworld is a place where they can interact with money anonymously. So far frauds feel pretty secure within blockchains. Actually this is why they were one of the firsts to start using cryptocurrencies.
One of the things that differ crypto crimes from the good old offline crimes is that crypto criminals are educated people. They usually have no less than masters degrees in computer science. They don’t act randomly, all the schemes are organized. This is why these cases are harder to investigate.

How to trace perpetrators?

Is it impossible to trace such criminals?
Fortunately, it is possible. The most part of the investigated crimes were traced back to the very perpetrators. Companies that are investigating cryptocurrency related affairs register activities that are coming from different accounts but belong to the same wallet. That means that they are controlled by the same organization. The next step is to find out who is behind this entity. There is various software that may help to identify users. Crystal is one of the largest companies which develop such programs. With the help of their software, it is possible to solve some crypto crimes.
The situation which often complicates violators tracing is that some crimes are committed with stolen identities.
https://preview.redd.it/qui1sghdjzk31.jpg?width=1024&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=cf2e6dc0ebd938d31914803d8bf9f138dec3c834
But such frauds do not happen only online. Cryptocurrencies get involved into offline crimes as well. For example, criminals force users to hand over their account information. Basically, it’s not considered to be an online crime, but anyway cryptocurrency is being stolen.
The interesting thing is that there are well known big organized groups that commit crypto crimes. For example, a group named “Alpha”. All of them move stolen cryptocurrencies thousand times before they cash out.

Summary

Experts say that as long as hacking is profitable it does not seem possible to decrease a number of such crimes. So far this business is only getting bigger and more sophisticated, that makes the security one of the most important questions to discuss.
It is essential to stay sharp and pay attention to suspicious offers and unreliable accounts. Never share your private keys with anyone, always check if you are on the correct website and do not use public computers for your crypto transactions. But there is no reason for panic, be vigilant and your cryptocurrencies will be safe 😉
Feel free to follow our updates and news on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram and BitcoinTalk. Read what the customers say about SimpleSwap on Trustpilot. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have via [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
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XMR.RU-report (MAY)

Sup-sup Monteros!
Here is report from XMR.RU-team!
The whole XMR.RU team is thankful to you for your support and donations that help to disseminate relevant information about Monero.
The following articles were translated into Russian and posted not only on XMR.RU but also on Bitcointalk, Forum.Bits.Media etc.
If for some reason you would like to read the original article in English, then open the article you are interested in and at the end of each article you will find a link to the source:
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Several articles are currently hidden from public viewing. They will be finalized and published within a few days:
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Don't forget to check and subscribe to Monero Russian Community!
Few of you maybe understand Russian, but I think it is not difficult to subscribe to the channel and put a couple of likes, and this will help to spread Monero among Russian-speaking users in the future.
---
Who we are?
Group of Monero enthusiasts from Ukraine and Russia.
What are we doing?
We spread the word about Monero for the whole CIS.
You can support us.
XMR: 42CxJrG1Q8HT9XiXJ1Cim4Sz18rM95UucEBeZ3x6YuLQUwTn6UWo9ozeA7jv13v8H1FvQn9dgw1Gw2VMUqdvVN1T9izzGEt
BTC: 1FeetSJ7LFZeC328FqPqYTfUY4LEesZ5ku
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Here you can see for what all donations are spent on. ;-)
Cheers!
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The threat of Crypto Crimes

The threat of Crypto Crimes

What is a crypto crime?

Crypto crime is an offense that involves cryptocurrencies. Basically it has something to do with stealing cryptocurrencies oand spending them on something illegal.
As long as cryptocurrencies exist there are concerns that they can be used for illegal activities funding. So now there is the whole problem of preventing and investigating crimes related to cryptocurrencies.
https://preview.redd.it/qna70t4eizk31.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d3c6ddcdcc626e3a8167a97550735c474c5cdc3d
There are reports on the number of unlawful activities that occur every year and include Bitcoin. But not only Bitcoin is involved. INTERPOL has statistics on crypto crimes for every coin. Here are some examples of crimes they report:
  • money laundering
  • extortion
  • blackmail
  • investment scams
  • dark web websites
  • darknet markets
  • ICO scams
  • exit scams
  • Ponzi scheme
  • cryptojacking
  • kidnapping
  • fake identities

Why crypto?

Let’s take a moment and think why criminals like cryptocurrencies so much. The reason is that the Cryptoworld is a place where they can interact with money anonymously. So far frauds feel pretty secure within blockchains. Actually this is why they were one of the firsts to start using cryptocurrencies.
One of the things that differ crypto crimes from the good old offline crimes is that crypto criminals are educated people. They usually have no less than masters degrees in computer science. They don’t act randomly, all the schemes are organized. This is why these cases are harder to investigate.

How to trace perpetrators?

Is it impossible to trace such criminals?
Fortunately, it is possible. The most part of the investigated crimes were traced back to the very perpetrators. Companies that are investigating cryptocurrency related affairs register activities that are coming from different accounts but belong to the same wallet. That means that they are controlled by the same organization. The next step is to find out who is behind this entity. There is various software that may help to identify users. Crystal is one of the largest companies which develop such programs. With the help of their software, it is possible to solve some crypto crimes.
The situation which often complicates violators tracing is that some crimes are committed with stolen identities.
https://preview.redd.it/rz5pjnggizk31.jpg?width=1024&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=0605e7b7bfe0723a6a6b46ad7a2c52b8df645234
But such frauds do not happen only online. Cryptocurrencies get involved into offline crimes as well. For example, criminals force users to hand over their account information. Basically, it’s not considered to be an online crime, but anyway cryptocurrency is being stolen.
The interesting thing is that there are well known big organized groups that commit crypto crimes. For example, a group named “Alpha”. All of them move stolen cryptocurrencies thousand times before they cash out.

Summary

Experts say that as long as hacking is profitable it does not seem possible to decrease a number of such crimes. So far this business is only getting bigger and more sophisticated, that makes the security one of the most important questions to discuss.
It is essential to stay sharp and pay attention to suspicious offers and unreliable accounts. Never share your private keys with anyone, always check if you are on the correct website and do not use public computers for your crypto transactions. But there is no reason for panic, be vigilant and your cryptocurrencies will be safe 😉
Feel free to follow our updates and news on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram and BitcoinTalk. Read what the customers say about SimpleSwap on Trustpilot. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have via [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
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The threat of Crypto Crimes

The threat of Crypto Crimes

What is a crypto crime?

Crypto crime is an offense that involves cryptocurrencies. Basically it has something to do with stealing cryptocurrencies oand spending them on something illegal.
As long as cryptocurrencies exist there are concerns that they can be used for illegal activities funding. So now there is the whole problem of preventing and investigating crimes related to cryptocurrencies.
https://preview.redd.it/3w82nn8xjzk31.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=42070331014555a452a50fac2fb1e00ac19f9b92
There are reports on the number of unlawful activities that occur every year and include Bitcoin. But not only Bitcoin is involved. INTERPOL has statistics on crypto crimes for every coin. Here are some examples of crimes they report:
  • money laundering
  • extortion
  • blackmail
  • investment scams
  • dark web websites
  • darknet markets
  • ICO scams
  • exit scams
  • Ponzi scheme
  • cryptojacking
  • kidnapping
  • fake identities

Why crypto?

Let’s take a moment and think why criminals like cryptocurrencies so much. The reason is that the Cryptoworld is a place where they can interact with money anonymously. So far frauds feel pretty secure within blockchains. Actually this is why they were one of the firsts to start using cryptocurrencies.
One of the things that differ crypto crimes from the good old offline crimes is that crypto criminals are educated people. They usually have no less than masters degrees in computer science. They don’t act randomly, all the schemes are organized. This is why these cases are harder to investigate.

How to trace perpetrators?

Is it impossible to trace such criminals?
Fortunately, it is possible. The most part of the investigated crimes were traced back to the very perpetrators. Companies that are investigating cryptocurrency related affairs register activities that are coming from different accounts but belong to the same wallet. That means that they are controlled by the same organization. The next step is to find out who is behind this entity. There is various software that may help to identify users. Crystal is one of the largest companies which develop such programs. With the help of their software, it is possible to solve some crypto crimes.
The situation which often complicates violators tracing is that some crimes are committed with stolen identities.
https://preview.redd.it/4ud490d0kzk31.jpg?width=1024&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=3672a5f5ad27a90b46754f990372c2c868c2b959
But such frauds do not happen only online. Cryptocurrencies get involved into offline crimes as well. For example, criminals force users to hand over their account information. Basically, it’s not considered to be an online crime, but anyway cryptocurrency is being stolen.
The interesting thing is that there are well known big organized groups that commit crypto crimes. For example, a group named “Alpha”. All of them move stolen cryptocurrencies thousand times before they cash out.

Summary

Experts say that as long as hacking is profitable it does not seem possible to decrease a number of such crimes. So far this business is only getting bigger and more sophisticated, that makes the security one of the most important questions to discuss.
It is essential to stay sharp and pay attention to suspicious offers and unreliable accounts. Never share your private keys with anyone, always check if you are on the correct website and do not use public computers for your crypto transactions. But there is no reason for panic, be vigilant and your cryptocurrencies will be safe 😉
Feel free to follow our updates and news on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram and BitcoinTalk. Read what the customers say about SimpleSwap on Trustpilot. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have via [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
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Solution Offered by Veil Technology

Cryptocurency was developed as an asset with unique cryptographic architecture to securely and obscurely carry out transactions. Even bitcoin, the mother of all cryptocurrencies started as a currency in the dark web before surface web adoption. But is cryptocurrency entirely private? No! Addresses can be traced and usually indestructible. So, the idea of developing a coin with a one - time address to conceal transactions details and history emerged.
Moreno developed a technology that can create a one time address that breaks the link between the users and recepient but that doesn't mean that transactions histories can't be revealed to trusted parties by retrieving the stored data. This stored data can be huge and most times drags scalability which is a problem.
Veil uses several core privacy technologies to improve coin privacy and build further on the developments of Monero and Zcoin. Veil employs zero knowledge proofs through Zerocoin protocol to hide all forms of transaction details between the sender and receiver.
Website :: https://veil-project.com/
BTT : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5065331
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THE CHAOEX EXCHANGE: EVERY CRYPTO TRADER’S CHOICE OF TRADING PLATFORM

THE CHAOEX EXCHANGE: EVERY CRYPTO TRADER’S CHOICE OF TRADING PLATFORM

https://preview.redd.it/x4l2ab8j5f321.jpg?width=569&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=08e1cd6c54cd9ecfb0164556c66f5bab4095488a

The cryptocurrency ecosystem is still in its early stages and current cryptocurrency exchange platforms are evolving gradually in the face of unprecedented demand.
Yet there remain significant problems in these centralized exchange platforms that need to be overcome in order to earn the trust of both seasoned traders and newcomers alike, who are willing to trade but are hindered by the Wild West attitude of many exchanges where “Enter at Your Own Peril” seems to be the motto which get many newbie afraid of trading.
Security, High fees, poor customer service, fear of loss, and many other problems are holding back the true potential of this market. In order to overcome these hurdles, a cutting edge, secure cryptocurrency exchange platform is desperately needed which lead to the creation of the exceptional exchange; CHAOEX.
CHAOEX Exchange is a convenient and reliable cryptocurrency exchange that provides a high level of security for your funds. Trade on CHAOEX using the most popular digital assets and make a profit now.

https://preview.redd.it/pscnzjzq5f321.jpg?width=688&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d26b75b4e3cdda960da0a0108fb61061eb17ded7

The Technology Behind CHAOEX Exchange
CHAOEX is dedicated to offering various services from the perspective of a virtual exchange house, aimed mainly at the digital market of cryptocurrencies. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong and focuses markets in Southeast Asia.
The company offers their users a specific kind of account for trade with three separate categories per service. CHAOEX platform appearance is extremely well distributed in itself. It is easy to use and simple to understand. The assets or digital goods offered here are classified into three sections, BTC, ETH, and CODE Markets. All members can modify and customize the details and aspects of the interface according to their tastes and preferences as well as using different advanced graphics, such as indicators of technical analysis and among others.

Advantages of The CHAOEX Platform
  1. Excellent commission measures: One of the most outstanding aspects of CHAOEX is the commission structure that it brings us. This platform charges us a minimum net commission of 0.10% for all the people involved in the exchanges, that is, for the market makers as well as for the takers or buyers. In addition to that, all possible commissions within this platform in addition to the flat rate are 0.075% and 0.05% respectively.
  2. Advanced trading platform: The web interface of CHAOEX website is really admirable. Customers can choose between different subjects, dark and light, and color of their preference. They also have advanced graphics tools, such as technical analysis indicators. The creation of graphics within the platform is very professional and quick to understand.
  3. A wide variety and a good portfolio of different cryptocurrencies available on the site. In CHAOEX, there are around 60 digital assets available for trade in CHAOEX. The most traded currencies in the market are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Decent, TenX, Civic, and QTUM.

Conclusion
The team of CHAOEX has spent over several months trying to perfect and nail down this platform. Team members have learnt a lot about what they should focus on, what should be ignored, and what should be implemented. License in Europe to be 100% legal and hardly working on bank account opening was gotten for this project to give users a direct access to the crypto world. All exchange platforms have their share of advantage and disadvantages. We are likely to look for those with minimum fees and all that. It is best also to check for platforms with high security for the user; as per the CHAOEX website, it is of strict certification and protection mechanisms, anti-infection, anti-penetration, anti-CC, anti-DDOS, to ensure the safety of asset transactions for every of its users. When it comes to support, CHAOEX has service mailbox, business collaboration, and office hours from Monday to Friday 08:00 - 19:00.
I feel this is a great cryptocurrency exchange platform that many crypto traders have been waiting for! Embrace CHAOEX and start using it now.
Useful Official Links of CHAOEX exchange platform:
Website = http://www.chaoex.com/
Ann Thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5068406.msg47857560#msg47857560
Twitter = https://twitter.com/ChaoExHK
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChaoExHK



Author:
Bitcointalk Username: doglasslim
Bitcointalk Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2265600;sa=summary
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Link Collection - All Recent Core Team Communications (incl. Roadmap)

Last updated: Mar 29th, 2018

2 important things first:

General Note

Table of contents

  1. Communications
  2. Guides & Instructional links
  3. Key people to follow on Twitter
  4. Dash Core is hiring
  5. Quarterly Summaries
  6. Notable Core Team Proposals
  7. Dash Whitepapers
  8. Dash Technology Peer-reviewed
  9. Addendum: Misconceptions on Dash cleared up

Communications

  1. The birth of Dash's Governance: Self-sustainable Decentralized Governance by Blockchain
  2. 'We're Doing the Planning That Takes Us to 1 Billion" - Ryan Taylor, Dash Director of Finance
  3. The philosophy behind the DASH reward split by (now) Dash Core CEO Ryan Taylor
  4. Dash's Ryan Taylor at TNABC Bitcoin Miami 2017 (Best presentation on Dash so far!)
  5. What is DASH & Where Is It Going? 2017 DASH Open House
  6. Hong Kong | Research and Planning - by Evan Duffield
  7. Dash Roadmap to Evolution
  8. How To Enable On-Chain Scaling by Evan Duffield
  9. DFN - Interview with Evan on Dash's Roadmap
  10. Open Letter From Evan and Ryan Regarding Dash Marketing
  11. Wachsman PR - Q2 project closure report
  12. Interview With The Crypto Show! - Evan Duffield
  13. Dash Improvement Proposal No. 1 - DIP001
  14. Important information regarding wallet backups
  15. Dash Labs Network Update
  16. Copay Wallet going into closed Alpha Testing
  17. 1st Annual Dash Conference: London Keynote Professional HQ Recording
  18. DASH – DIGITAL CASH by Robert Wiecko at SWITCH! 2017
  19. Crucial information to all proposal owners: Do NOT use multisig addresses as payout destinations!
  20. Interview With Ryan Taylor, The CEO Of Dash Core Team
  21. Ryan Taylor at the World Blockchain Forum
  22. Ryan Taylor interview with Crypto Trader (MSNBC Africa)
  23. Dash Core Community Update
  24. Dash Core 12.2 Release
  25. Dash CEO Ryan Taylor: „Dash is in many ways a better Bitcoin“
  26. Update from Dash Core on Business Development
  27. How DASH is resistant to retargeting issues
  28. Dash presentation at the Euro Finance Tech in Frankfurt by essra
  29. Link collection of Dash's 2017 achievements
  30. What Is a DAO and Why Is It Revolutionary?
  31. Dash: The First DAO
  32. Welcome Bradley Zastrow - Director of Global Business Development
  33. Interview with Ryan Taylor, IR4 Podcast #12 (January 2018)
  34. Chuck Williams at Anarchapulco 2018 on Dash
  35. Dash Force Podcast E42 with Chuck Williams on Dash Evolution
  36. Evolution Demo #1 - The First Dash DAP
  37. Dash Force Podcast E43 - Feat. Fernando Gutierrez (Dash Core CMO)
  38. Our New Approach to Communications with the Community
  39. Dash Community Q&A - March 29th, 2018

Guides & Instructional links

  1. Dash Developer Documentation
  2. Upgrade Instructions for Masternodes (12.2)
  3. Upgrade Instructions for End Users (12.2)
  4. Upgrade Instructions for Masternodes (12.1)
  5. Upgrade Instructions for End Users (12.1)
  6. Paper Wallet Setup Guide
  7. Trezor Guide for Masternode Operators
  8. 8 Steps to a Successful Proposal
  9. Masternode Boot Camp by solarguy2003
  10. DASH 101 Video Series

Key people to follow on Twitter

  1. Ryan Taylor, CEO of Dash Core Inc.
  2. Fernando Gutierrez, CMO of Dash Core Inc.
  3. Bradley Zastrow, Chief of Business Development at Dash Core Inc.
  4. Andy Freer, CTO of Dash Core Inc.
  5. Chuck Williams, Head of UX Development at Dash Core Inc.
  6. Robert Wiecko, PM of Dash Core Inc.
  7. Joel Valenzuela, Dash Force
  8. Mark Mason, Dash Force
  9. Amanda B. Johnson
  10. Scott Farnsworth, The Dash Racer

Dash Core is hiring!

  1. Internship at Dash Labs
  2. DashLabs - Trezor Engineer
  3. GPU Accelerator Project
  4. DevOps Engineer @ Dash
  5. Infrastructure Manager @ Dash
  6. Sr. Backend Developer Role @ Dash

2017 Quarterly Summaries from Dash Core

  1. Dash Core Team Q1 2017 Summary Call
  2. Dash Core Team Q2 2017 Summary Call
  3. Dash Core Team Q3 2017 Summary Call
  4. Dash Core Team Q4 2017 Summary Call

2016 Quarterly Summaries from Dash Core

  1. Q1 2016
  2. Q2 2016
  3. Q3 2016
  4. Q4 2016

Notable Core Team proposals:

  1. Dash sponsored Blockchain Research in Arizona State University
  2. Conferences - The Trading Show
  3. Money 20/20 in London
  4. Conferences - BTC & Blockchain International Summit
  5. Dash Conference 2017 (London)
  6. Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference (Stockholm)

Dash Whitepapers

  1. Original Dash Whitepaper
Note: Previously the Evolution Whitepapers were linked in this section. These papers were written back in 2015 and are outdated, because Dash Evolution has seen a massive re-design and has been developed much further than those papers could have predicted. A new version will be posted here and elsewhere as soon as it is available.

Dash Technology Peer-reviewed

  1. Dash PrivateSend Peer Review by Kristov Atlas and Core Team's Response
  2. Dash Governance Peer Review by IOHK and Dash Core Team's Response

Addendum: Misconceptions on Dash cleared up

  1. What has Dash to offer other than features any other coin could just copy?
  2. InstantXploit? Cool Name, No Threat
  3. "Lazy Masternode" attack theory thoroughly debunked (see my comment)
  4. Hardware vs Software scaling - Why SegWit is not the savior of cryptocurrency
  5. How solid is PrivateSend, really? and Broken privacy promises vs Dash
  6. Dash has better wealth distribution than almost all top cryptos
  7. How is Dash NOT a ponzi scheme?
  8. PSA: DASH is not a CryptoNote clone - DashCOIN is
  9. Discussion/clarification on Dash's opensource approach
  10. Evil Masternode tyrants ruling over us?! and Masternodes in Dash = The rich get richer?
  11. Has Dash's development steadily declined over the past few months?
  12. The major advantage of optional privacy
  13. Ridiculous comments on Dash - by Kurt Robinson
  14. The Dash Masternode Network: A Response to Critics - by Eric Sammons
  15. Analysis of the first day in mining Dash by Ryan Taylor, (then) Director of Finance at Dash Core:
  16. How to Prevent the Hostile Takeover of a Blockchain: Eric Sammons on Dash Governance
  17. Official clarification on the "Instamine" issue (Fastmine actually)
  18. Evan Duffield has no more than 256,000 Dash and will give away 80% of that to fund DAOs within DASH. Follow-up: Part of the funds has already been used to found the Dash Labs research arm in Hong Kong. The lab is fully maintained through Duffield's private funding. No Treasury proposal for it exists.
  19. 10 Stupid Things People Say About Dash And How To Respond
  20. Sporks: One of the foundations of Dash's success
  21. There is no so called "Master Private Key" in Dash and there never has been. Sporks (explained above) have no relation to user funds, as the source code easily proves.
  22. Trolls vs. Users: The Limited Importance of Online Communities
  23. Dash PrivateSend and usage of denomination inputs
  24. Valuable link list from Dash Force member Mastermined
  25. "But Dash PrivateSend has a much smaller ambiguity set! Its privacy is broken!!!"
  26. Succinct refutation on Masternodes "artifically" blowing up the price & Evan Duffield being the only miner at launch
  27. Bitcoin Cash vs Dash
  28. "Dash rebranded from Darkcoin to distance itself from its dark history!!" -> Not at all. Nothing about its history is "dark" and more importantly this thread called "The Birth of Darkcoin" is stickied by Evan Duffield himself on the official main forum.
  29. "Evan Duffield lied about the launch time so he would get an unfair advantage at mining!" -> Quotes from the original launch thread on Bitcointalk: "Awesome! We'll be launching soon. Things are looking good." and "Launch is being moved to 11PM EST!". As the genesis block proves launch took place at 03:54:41 AM (UTC) on Jan. 19th, 2014 or 10:54:41 PM (EST), Jan. 18th, 2014. So if anything it was 5 minutes early.
  30. "But Litecoin is superior to Dash!!" - Really? Let's compare - Here's another sober look at the facts on this issue.
  31. Why Dash is not prone to cluster analysis attacks
  32. How "centralized" is Dash, really? & Which project is actually centralized here?
  33. From the day Dash started trading until late April 2014 anyone had the chance to buy Dash for less than 1 USD
  34. Dash Core developer MooCowMoo on alleged Masternode centralization and PrivateSend
  35. Why Masternodes have no incentive to vote in a proposal to pay themselves a large sum of Dash
  36. What is Dash's competitive edge?
  37. Why saying "Dash is a company" is false: Dash Core Inc., a company based in Scottsdale, Arizona is not the decentralized network called Dash. The network, consistent of over 4.5k globally distributed, decentralized Masternodes decided to hire and fund the company Dash Core Inc. to develop said network. This is the distinguishing property of Dash being a DAO, so it's understandable people have difficulty grasping the concept. Similarly Dash does not have a CEO, while Dash Core Inc. -obviously- has.
  38. Dash does not and never had a "dev tax": Dash has a Treasury and its distribution is being voted on each month. Only those funds that have been approved by the Masternode network go to proposal owners. The Treasury is capped at 10% of the accumulated block reward of one month. There is no central authority non-requested or non-approved funds go to and there never has been. Those funds are simply not created. So you can have months in which only 8% of the budget is being paid out, with the remaining 2% going to nobody due to not being mined.
  39. "B-but Evan Duffield can roll back the last 24 hours of the blockchain with the flick of a button!" Complete bullshit. The key in question refers to requiring a Masternode to re-validate its pre-existing blockchain in order to ensure it's on the right chain. Masternodes have nothing do with putting or removing transactions into or from the blockchain, only the miners can do that, thus claiming someone can "roll back the blockchain" in Dash is a malicious lie and a desperate attempt to make Dash look centralized when it's not. In short: No such button exists, ever existed or will ever exist.
  40. Why the total coin supply was changed or "The 84 million coin"-Question

General notes:

The Dash community is well aware that during most of its history this project has been under attack by competitors, many of which are trying to portray Dash (among many other things) as a failure. This is oxymoronic, because nobody hates on failures, especially not for 4 successful years in a row.
If you want a quick history lesson, here's a comment I made on where the Dash hate originated from back in 2014
Another, longer history lesson
Remain skeptical towards sensational accusations without evidence. Our community is helpful, knowledgeable and more than happy to answer any questions, as we have done many times on this subreddit. Still, we're all only human, have limited resources and we're just one project among many (always among the top, though!). Stakeholders and investors of other projects will always have an agenda to smear what they perceive as competition (I have yet to see our community actively go after other projects, though).
Just remember the Bullshit Asymmetry: "The amount of energy required to refute bullshit is at least an order of magnitude larger than to produce it." So it would be very unjust to expect a refutation on the spot all of the time. Prefer taking the initiative by asking the community directly about the claim you're confronted with. This community has proven many times to possess the integrity required to admit to technological shortcomings, but at the same time we'll never hesitate to call out illegitimate claims and accusations, of which there are many, for what they are.
The most common and most empty attack is "Dash is a scam".
More importantly you have to ask the critic just this one question: Who was scammed? The answer usually consists of complete silence or attempts to change the topic. This may sound all very defensive to someone who has never experienced the kind of FUD Dash has faced over the years, but the falsehoods we've refuted above are still being perpetuated by a very lonely but also very loud minority.

Not an ICO project

Regarding Dash's finances: Despite what many people assume influenced by the ICO insanity of the recent past, Dash did not have an ICO and Dash does not depend on 3rd party funding/investors. It is self funded from the blockchain and thus an entirely independent organization that does exactly what it wants, not what any angel investors want us to do. Dash is the first currency in history to achieve that.

Quick incomplete rundown of Dash's features

In fact Dash pioneered almost every single one of its features making it one of the most prolific innovators in the cryptocurrency space. Before Dash invented them, none of these features existed:
To re-iterate a previous point:
Dash has been copied by several dozen other projects either completely or through selected features indicating a strong approval of its technology within the wider cryptocurrency industry. The most copied feature by far is the Masternode system and the financial self-reliance it provides.
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IRC Log from Ravencoin Open Developer Meeting - Aug 24, 2018

[14:05] <@wolfsokta> Hello Everybody, sorry we're a bit late getting started
[14:05] == block_338778 [[email protected]/web/freenode/ip.72.214.222.226] has joined #ravencoin-dev
[14:06] <@wolfsokta> Here are the topics we would like to cover today • 2.0.4 Need to upgrade - What we have done to communicate to the community • Unique Assets • iOS Wallet • General Q&A
[14:06] == Chatturga changed the topic of #ravencoin-dev to: 2.0.4 Need to upgrade - What we have done to communicate to the community • Unique Assets • iOS Wallet • General Q&A
[14:06] <@wolfsokta> Daben, could you mention what we have done to communicate the need for the 2.0.4 upgrade?
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[14:07] <@wolfsokta> Others here are free to chime in where they saw the message first.
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[14:08] Whats up bois
[14:08] hi everyone
[14:08] hi hi
[14:08] <@wolfsokta> Discussing the 2.0.4 update and the need to upgrade.
[14:08] <@Chatturga> Sure. As most of you are aware, the community has been expressing concerns with the difficulty oscillations, and were asking that something be done to the difficulty retargeting. Many people submitted suggestions, and the devs decided to implement DGW.
[14:09] <@Tron> I wrote up a short description of why we're moving to a new difficulty adjustment. https://medium.com/@tronblack/ravencoin-dark-gravity-wave-1da0a71657f7
[14:09] <@Chatturga> I have made posts on discord, telegram, bitcointalk, reddit, and ravencointalk.org from testnet stages through current.
[14:10] <@Chatturga> If there are any other channels that can reach a large number of community members, I would love to have more.
[14:10] <@wolfsokta> Thanks Tron, that hasn't been shared to the community at large yet, but folks feel free to share it.
[14:10] When was this decision made and by whom and how?
[14:10] <@Chatturga> I have also communicated with the pool operators and exchanges about the update. Of all of the current pools, only 2 have not yet updated versions.
[14:11] <@wolfsokta> The decision was made by the developers through ongoing requests for weeks made by the community.
[14:12] <@wolfsokta> Evidence was provided by the community of the damages that could be caused to projects when the wild swings continue.
[14:12] So was there a meeting or vote? How can people get invited
[14:12] <@Tron> It was also informed by my conversations with some miners that recommended that we make the change before the coin died. They witnessed similar oscillations from which other coins never recovered.
[14:13] only two pools left to upgrade is good, what about the exchanges? Any word on how many of those have/have not upgraded?
[14:13] <@wolfsokta> We talked about here in our last meeting Bruce_. All attendees were asked if they had any questions or concerns.
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[14:13] sup roshii long time no see
[14:14] <@Chatturga> Bittrex, Cryptopia, and IDCM have all either updated or have announced their intent to update.
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[14:15] sup russki
[14:15] what's the status here?
[14:15] I don’t think that was at all clear from the last dev meeting
[14:15] I can’t be the only person who didn’t understand it
[14:15] <@wolfsokta> Are there any suggestions on how to communicate the need to upgrade even further? I am concerned that others might also not understand.
[14:17] I’m not sold on the benefit and don’t understand the need for a hard fork — I think it’s a bad precedent to simply go rally exchanges to support a hard fork with little to no discussion
[14:17] so just to note, the exchanges not listed as being upgraded or have announced their intention to upgrade include: qbtc, upbit, and cryptobridge (all with over $40k usd volume past 24 hours according to coinmarketcap)
[14:18] <@wolfsokta> I don't agree that there was little or no discussion at all.
[14:19] <@wolfsokta> Looking back at our meeting notes from two weeks ago "fork" was specifically asked about by BrianMCT.
[14:19] If individual devs have the power to simple decide to do something as drastic as a hard fork and can get exchanges and miners to do it that’s got a lot of issues with centralization
[14:19] <@wolfsokta> It had been implemented on testnet by then and discussed in the community for several weeks before that.
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[14:19] howdy
[14:19] Everything I’ve seen has been related to the asset layer
[14:19] I have to agree with Bruce_, though I wasn't able to join the last meeting here. That said I support the fork
[14:20] Which devs made this decision to do a fork and how was it communicated?
[14:20] well mostly the community made the decision
[14:20] Consensus on a change is the heart of bitcoin development and I believe the devs have done a great job building that consensus
[14:20] a lot of miners were in uproar about the situation
[14:20] <@wolfsokta> All of the devs were supporting the changes. It wasn't done in isolation at all.
[14:21] This topic has been a huge discussion point within the RVN mining community for quite some time
[14:21] the community and miners have been having issues with the way diff is adjusted for quite some time now
[14:21] Sure I’m well aware of that -
[14:21] Not sold on the benefits of having difficulty crippled by rented hashpower?
[14:21] The community saw a problem. The devs got together and talked about a solution and implemented a solution
[14:21] I’m active in the community
[14:22] So well aware of the discussions on DGW etc
[14:22] Hard fork as a solution to a problem community had with rented hashpower (nicehash!!) sounds like the perfect decentralized scenario!
[14:23] hard forks are very dangerous
[14:23] mining parties in difficulty drops are too
[14:23] <@wolfsokta> Agreed, we want to keep them to an absolute minimum.
[14:23] But miners motivation it’s the main vote
[14:24] What would it take to convince you that constantly going from 4 Th/s to 500 Gh/s every week is worse for the long term health of the coin than the risk of a hard fork to fix it?
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[14:24] This hardfork does include the asset layer right? if so why is it being delayed in implementation?
[14:24] <@wolfsokta> Come back Tron!
[14:24] coudl it have been implement through bip9 voting?
[14:24] also hard fork is activated by the community! that's a vote thing!
[14:24] @mrsushi to give people time to upgrade their wallet
[14:25] @under, it would be much hard to keep consensus with a bip9 change
[14:25] <@wolfsokta> We investigated that closely Under.
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[14:25] <@wolfsokta> See Tron's post for more details about that.
[14:25] <@spyder_> Hi Tron
[14:25] <@wolfsokta> https://medium.com/@tronblack/ravencoin-dark-gravity-wave-1da0a71657f7
[14:25] Sorry about that. Computer went to sleep.
[14:26] I'm wrong
[14:26] 2 cents. the release deadline of october 31st puts a bit of strain on getting code shipped. (duh). but fixing daa was important to the current health of the coin, and was widely suppported by current mining majority commuity. could it have been implemented in a different manner? yes . if we didnt have deadlines
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[14:27] sushi this fork does not include assets. it's not being delayed though, we're making great progress for an Oct 31 target
[14:28] I don’t see the urgency but my vote doesn’t matter since my hash power is still CPUs
[14:28] <@wolfsokta> We're seeing the community get behind the change as well based on the amount of people jumping back in to mine through this last high difficulty phase.
[14:28] So that will be another hardfork?
[14:28] the fork does include the asset code though set to activate on oct 30th
[14:28] yes
[14:29] <@wolfsokta> Yes, it will based on the upgrade voting through the BIP9 process.
[14:29] I wanted to ask about burn rates from this group: and make a proposal.
[14:29] we're also trying hard to make it the last for awhile
[14:29] Can you clear up the above — there will be this one and another hard fork?
[14:29] <@wolfsokta> Okay, we could discuss that under towards the end of the meeting.
[14:30] If this one has the asset layer is there something different set for October
[14:30] <@wolfsokta> Yes, there will be another hard fork on October 31st once the voting process is successful.
[14:31] <@wolfsokta> The code is in 2.0.4 now and assets are active on testnet
[14:31] Bruce, the assets layer is still being worked on. Assets is active on mainnet. So in Oct 31 voting will start. and if it passes, the chain will fork.
[14:31] this one does NOT include assets for mainnet Bruce -- assets are targeted for Oct 31
[14:31] not***
[14:31] not active****
[14:31] correct me if I'm wrong here, but if everyone upgrades to 2.0.4 for this fork this week, the vote will automatically pass on oct 31st correct? nothing else needs to be done
[14:31] Will if need another download or does this software download cover both forks?
[14:31] <@wolfsokta> Correct Urgo
[14:32] thats how the testnet got activated and this one shows "asset activation status: waiting until 10/30/2018 20:00 (ET)"
[14:32] Will require another upgrade before Oct 31
[14:32] thank you for the clarification wolfsokta
[14:32] <@wolfsokta> It covers both forks, but we might have additional bug fixes in later releases.
[14:32] So users DL one version now and another one around October 30 which activates after that basically?
[14:33] I understand that, but I just wanted to make it clear that if people upgrade to this version for this fork and then don't do anything, they are also voting for the fork on oct 31st
[14:33] Oh okay — one DL?
[14:33] Bruce, Yes.
[14:33] Ty
[14:33] well there is the issue that there maybe some further consensus bugs dealing with the pruneability of asset transactions that needs to be corrected between 2.0.4 and mainnet. so i would imagine that there will be further revisions required to upgrade before now and october 31
[14:33] @under that is correct.
[14:34] I would highly recommend bumping the semver up to 3.0.0 for the final pre 31st release so that the public know to definitely upgrade
[14:34] @under +1
[14:35] out of curiosity, have there been many bugs found with the assets from the version released in july for testnet (2.0.3) until this version? or is it solely a change to DGW?
[14:35] <@wolfsokta> That's not a bad idea under.
[14:35] <@spyder_> @under good idea
[14:35] @urgo. Bugs are being found and fixed daily.
[14:35] Any time the protocol needs to change, there would need to be a hard fork (aka upgrade). It is our hope that we can activate feature forks through the BIP process (as we are doing for assets). Mining pools and exchanges will need to be on the newest software at the point of asset activation - should the mining hash power vote for assets.
[14:35] blondfrogs: gotcha
[14:35] There have been bugs found (and fixed). Testing continues. We appreciate all the bug reports you can give us.
[14:36] <@wolfsokta> Yes! Thank you all for your help in the community.
[14:37] (pull requests with fixes and test coverage would be even better!)
[14:37] asset creation collision is another major issue. current unfair advantage or nodes that fore connect to mining pools will have network topologies that guarantee acceptance. I had discussed the possibility of fee based asset creation selection and i feel that would be a more equal playing ground for all users
[14:38] *of nodes that force
[14:38] <@wolfsokta> What cfox said, we will always welcome development help.
[14:38] So just to make sure everyone know. When assets is ready to go live on oct 31st. Everyone that wants to be on the assets chain without any problems will have to download the new binary.
[14:39] <@wolfsokta> The latest binary.
[14:39] under: already in the works
[14:39] excellent to hear
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[14:39] <@wolfsokta> Okay, we've spent a bunch of time on that topic and I think it was needed. Does anybody have any other suggestions on how to get the word out even more?
[14:40] maybe preface all 2.0.X releases as pre-releases... minimize the number of releases between now and 3.0 etc
[14:41] <@wolfsokta> Bruce_ let's discuss further offline.
[14:41] wolfsokta: which are the remaining two pools that need to be upgraded? I've identified qbtc, upbit, and cryptobridge as high volume exchanges that haven't said they were going to do it yet
[14:41] so people can help reach out to them
[14:41] f2pool is notoriously hard to contact
[14:41] are they on board?
[14:42] <@wolfsokta> We could use help reaching out to QBTC and Graviex
[14:42] I can try to contact CB if you want?
[14:42] <@Chatturga> The remaining pools are Ravenminer and PickAxePro.
[14:42] <@Chatturga> I have spoken with their operators, the update just hasnt been applied yet.
[14:42] ravenminer is one of the largest ones too. If they don't upgrade that will be a problem
[14:42] okay good news
[14:42] (PickAxePro sounds like a Ruby book)
[14:43] I strongly feel like getting the word out on ravencoin.org would be beneficial
[14:44] that site is sorely in need of active contribution
[14:44] Anyone can volunteer to contribute
[14:44] <@wolfsokta> Okay, cfox can you talk about the status of unique assets?
[14:44] sure
[14:45] <@wolfsokta> I'll add website to the end of our topics.
[14:45] code is in review and will be on the development branch shortly
[14:45] would it make sense to have a page on the wiki (or somewhere else) that lists the wallet versions run by pools & exchanges?
[14:45] will be in next release
[14:45] furthermore, many sites have friendly link to the standard installers for each platform, if the site linked to the primary installers for each platform to reduce github newb confusion that would be good as well
[14:46] likely to a testnetv5 although that isn't settled
[14:46] <@wolfsokta> Thanks cfox.
[14:46] <@wolfsokta> Are there any questions about unique assets, and how they work?
[14:47] after the # are there any charachters you cant use?
[14:47] will unique assets be constrained by the asset alphanumeric set?
[14:47] ^
[14:47] <@Chatturga> @Urgo there is a page that tracks and shows if they have updated, but it currently doesnt show the actual version that they are on.
[14:47] a-z A-Z 0-9
[14:47] <@Chatturga> https://raven.wiki/wiki/Exchange_notifications#Pools
[14:47] There are a few. Mostly ones that mess with command-line
[14:47] you'll be able to use rpc to do "issueunique MATRIX ['Neo','Tank','Tank Brother']" and it will create three assets for you (MATRIX#Neo, etc.)
[14:47] @cfox - No space
[14:48] @under the unique tags have an expanded set of characters allowed
[14:48] Chatturga: thank you
[14:48] @UJP yes there are some you can't use -- I'll try to post gimmie a sec..
[14:49] Ok. Thank you much!
[14:49] 36^36 assets possible and 62^62 uniques available per asset?
[14:49] <@spyder_> std::regex UNIQUE_TAG_CHARACTERS("^[[email protected]$%&*()[\\]{}<>_.;?\\\\:]+$");
[14:50] regex UNIQUE_TAG_CHARACTERS("^[[email protected]$%&*()[\\]{}<>_.;?\\\\:]+$")
[14:50] oh thanks Mark
[14:51] <@wolfsokta> Okay, next up. I want to thank everybody for helping test the iOS wallet release.
[14:51] <@wolfsokta> We are working with Apple to get the final approval to post it to the App Store
[14:51] @under max asset length is 30, including unique tag
[14:51] Does the RVN wallet have any other cryptos or just RVN?
[14:52] == BruceFenton [[email protected]/web/freenode/ip.67.189.233.170] has joined #ravencoin-dev
[14:52] will the android and ios source be migrated to the ravenproject github?
[14:52] I've been adding beta test users. I've added about 80 new users in the last few days.
[14:52] <@wolfsokta> Just RVN, and we want to focus on adding the asset support to the wallet.
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[14:53] <@wolfsokta> Yes, the code will also be freely available on GitHub for both iOS and Android. Thank you Roshii!
[14:53] Would you consider the iOS wallet to be a more secure place for one's holdings than say, a Mac connected to the internet?
[14:53] will there be a chance of a more user freindly wallet with better graphics like the iOS on PC?
[14:53] the android wallet is getting updated for DGW, correct?
[14:53] <@wolfsokta> That has come up in our discussion Pizza.
[14:54] QT framework is pretty well baked in and is cross platform. if we get some qt gurus possibly
[14:54] Phones are pretty good because the wallet we forked uses the TPM from modern phones.
[14:54] Most important is to write down and safely store your 12 word seed.
[14:54] TPM?
[14:54] <@wolfsokta> A user friendly wallet is one of our main goals.
[14:55] TPM == Trusted Platform Module
[14:55] Ahhh thanks
[14:55] just please no electron apps. they are full of security holes
[14:55] <@spyder_> It is whats makes your stuffs secure
[14:55] not fit for crypto
[14:55] under: depends on who makes it
[14:55] The interface screenshots I've seen look like Bread/Loaf wallet ... I assume that's what was forked from
[14:55] ;)
[14:56] <@wolfsokta> @roshii did you see the question about the Android wallet and DGW?
[14:56] Yes, it was a fork of breadwallet. We like their security.
[14:56] chromium 58 is the last bundled electron engine and has every vuln documented online by google. so unless you patch every vuln.... methinks not
[14:56] Agreed, great choice
[14:57] <@wolfsokta> @Under, what was your proposal?
[14:58] All asset creation Transactions have a mandatory OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY of 1 year(or some agreed upon time interval), and the 500 RVN goes to a multisig devfund, run by a custodial group. We get: 1) an artificial temporary burn, 2) sustainable community and core development funding for the long term, after OSTK/Medici 3) and the reintroduction of RVN supply at a fixed schedule, enabling the removal of the 42k max cap of total As
[14:58] *im wrong on the 42k figure
[14:58] <@wolfsokta> Interesting...
[14:59] <@wolfsokta> Love to hear others thoughts.
[14:59] Update: I posted a message on the CryptoBridge discord and one of their support members @stepollo#6276 said he believes the coin team is already aware of the fork but he would forward the message about the fork over to them right now anyway
[14:59] Ifs 42 million assets
[14:59] yep.
[15:00] I have a different Idea. If the 500 RVN goes to a dev fund its more centralized. The 500 RVN should go back into the unmined coins so miners can stay for longer.
[15:01] *without a hardfork
[15:01] <@wolfsokta> lol
[15:01] that breaks halving schedule, since utxos cant return to an unmined state.
[15:01] @UJP back into coinbase is interesting. would have to think about how that effects distribution schedule, etc.
[15:01] only way to do that would be to dynamicaly grow max supply
[15:02] and i am concerned already about the max safe integer on various platforms at 21 billion
[15:02] js chokes on ravencoin already
[15:02] <@wolfsokta> Other thoughts on Under's proposal? JS isn't a real language. ;)
[15:02] Well Bitcoin has more than 21 bn Sats
[15:02] Is there somebody who wants to volunteer to fix js.
[15:02] hahaha
[15:03] I honestly would hate for the coins to go to a dev fund. It doesn't seem like Ravencoin to me.
[15:03] Yep, but we're 21 billion x 100,000,000 -- Fits fine in a 64-bit integer, but problematic for some languages.
[15:03] <@wolfsokta> Thanks UJP
[15:04] <@wolfsokta> We're past time but I would like to continue if you folks are up for it.
[15:04] Yeah no coins can go anywhere centrality contorted like a dev fund cause that would mean someone has to run it and the code can’t decide that so it’s destined to break
[15:05] currently and long term with out the financial backing of development then improvements and features will be difficult. we are certainly thankful for our current development model. but if a skunkworks project hits a particular baseline of profitability any reasonable company would terminate it
[15:05] Yes let’s contibue for sure
[15:05] the alternative to a dev fund in my mind would be timelocking those funds back to the issuers change address
[15:06] But we can’t have dev built in to the code — it has to be open source like Bitcoin and monero and Litecoin - it’s got drawbacks but way more advantages- it’s the best model
[15:06] Dev funding
[15:06] i highly reccommend not reducing the utility of raven by removing permanently the supply
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[15:07] timelocking those funds accompllishes the same sacrifice
[15:07] @under timelocking is interesting too
[15:07] How exactly does timelocking work?
[15:07] <@wolfsokta> ^
[15:07] I mean you could change the price of assets with the Block reward halfing.
[15:07] == Roshiix [[email protected]/web/freenode/ip.105.67.2.212] has joined #ravencoin-dev
[15:08] funds cant be spent from an address until a certain time passes
[15:08] but in a what magical fairy land do people continue to work for free forever. funding development is a real issue... as much as some might philosphically disagree. its a reality
[15:08] You’d still need a centralized party to decide how to distribute the funds
[15:08] even unofficially blockstream supports bitcoin devs
[15:08] on chain is more transparent imho
[15:09] == Tron_ [[email protected]/web/freenode/ip.173.241.144.77] has joined #ravencoin-dev
[15:09] @UJP yes there are unlimited strategies. one factor that I think is v important is giving application developers a way to easily budget for projects which leads to flat fees
[15:09] If the project is a success like many of believe it will be, I believe plenty of people will gladly done to a dev fund. I don't think the 500 should be burned.
[15:09] *donate
[15:09] centralized conservatorship, directed by community voting process
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[15:10] <@wolfsokta> Thanks Under, that's an interesting idea that we should continue to discuss in the community. You also mentioned the existing website.
[15:10] It would need to be something where everyone with a QT has a vote
[15:10] think his computer went to sleep again :-/
[15:10] I agree UJP
[15:10] with the website
[15:10] No that’s ico jargon — any development fund tied to code would have to be centralized and would therefor fail
[15:11] ^
[15:11] ^
[15:11] ^
[15:11] dashes model for funding seems to be pretty decentralized
[15:11] community voting etc
[15:11] Once you have a dev fund tied to code then who gets to run it? Who mediates disputes?
[15:11] oh well another discussion
[15:11] Dash has a CEO
[15:12] <@wolfsokta> Yeah, let's keep discussing in the community spaces.
[15:12] Dash does have a good model. It's in my top ten.
[15:12] having the burn go to a dev fund is absolute garbage
[15:12] These dev chats should be more target than broad general discussions — changing the entire nature of the coin and it’s economics is best discussed in the RIPs or other means
[15:13] <@wolfsokta> Yup, let's move on.
[15:13] just becuase existing implementation are garbage doesnt mean that all possible future governance options are garbage
[15:13] <@wolfsokta> To discussing the website scenario mentioned by under.
[15:13] the website needs work. would be best if it could be migrated to github as well.
[15:13] What about this: Anyone can issue a vote once the voting feature has been added, for a cost. The vote would be what the coins could be used for.
[15:14] features for the site that need work are more user friendly links to binaries
[15:14] <@wolfsokta> We investigated how bitcoin has their website in Github to make it easy for contributors to jump in.
[15:14] that means active maintenance of the site instead of its current static nature
[15:15] <@wolfsokta> I really like how it's static html, which makes it super simple to host/make changes.
[15:15] the static nature isn’t due to interface it’s due to no contributors
[15:15] no contribution mechanism has been offered
[15:15] github hosted would allow that
[15:16] We used to run the Bitcoin website from the foundation & the GitHub integration seemed to cause some issues
[15:16] its doesnt necessarily have to be hosted by github but the page source should be on github and contributions could easily be managed and tracked
[15:17] for example when a new release is dropped, the ability for the downlaods section to have platform specific easy links to the general installers is far better for general adoption than pointing users to github releases
[15:18] <@wolfsokta> How do people currently contribute to the existing website?
[15:18] they dont?
[15:18] We did that and it was a complete pain to host and keep working — if someone wants to volunteer to do that work hey can surely make the website better and continually updated — but they could do that in Wordpress also
[15:19] I’d say keep an eye out for volunteers and maybe we can get a group together who can improve the site
[15:19] == digitalvap0r-xmr [[email protected]/web/cgi-irc/kiwiirc.com/ip.67.255.25.134] has joined #ravencoin-dev
[15:19] And they can decide best method
[15:20] I host the source for the explorer on github and anyone can spin it up instantly on a basic aws node. changes can be made to interface etc, and allow for multilingual translations which have been offered by some community members
[15:20] there are models that work. just saying it should be looked at
[15:20] i gotta run thank you all for your contributions
[15:20] <@wolfsokta> I feel we should explore the source for the website being hosted in GitHub and discuss in our next dev meeting.
[15:21] <@Chatturga> Thanks Under!
[15:21] == under [[email protected]/web/freenode/ip.72.200.168.56] has quit [Quit: Page closed]
[15:21] <@wolfsokta> Thanks, we also need to drop soon.
[15:21] There is no official site so why care. Someone will do better than the next if RVN is worth it anyway. That's already the case.
[15:21] <@wolfsokta> Let's do 10 mins of open Q&A
[15:22] <@wolfsokta> Go...
[15:23] <@Chatturga> Beuller?
[15:24] No questions ... just a comment that the devs and community are great and I'm happy to be a part of it
[15:24] I think everyone moved to discord. I'll throw this out there. How confident is the dev team that things will be ready for oct 31st?
[15:24] <@wolfsokta> Alright! Thanks everybody for joining us today. Let's plan to get back together as a dev group in a couple of weeks.
[15:25] thanks block!
[15:25] <@wolfsokta> Urgo, very confident
[15:25] Please exclude trolls from discord who havent read the whitepaper
[15:25] great :)
[15:25] "things" will be ready..
[15:25] Next time on discord right?
[15:25] woah why discord?
[15:25] some of the suggestions here are horrid
[15:25] this is better less point
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[15:25] Assets are working well on testnet. Plan is to get as much as we can safely test by Sept 30 -- this includes dev contributions. Oct will be heavy testing and making sure it is safe.
[15:26] people
[15:26] <@wolfsokta> Planning on same time, same IRC channel.
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[15:26] @xmr any in particular?
[15:27] (or is "here" discord?)
[15:27] Cheers - Tron
[15:27] "Cheers - Tron" - Tron
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Did Satoshi disappear because he got hints that Ross Ulbricht was setting up Silk Road?

2010-12-12: Satoshi last message to bitcointalk.org
2011-01-27: Ross Ulbricht announces Silk Road on a drugs forum pretending to be a satisfied user.
In December 2010, when Satoshi disappearead, Ross must have been busy setting up his website. A bitcoin-based dark web trading site was a new thing, so he may have asked for help on forums.
According to press reports, Ross's username on bitcointalk was "altoid". The account still exists, but it was created on 2011-01-29, two days after that SR announcement. In the first few messages, "Altoid" asks for help for running bitcoind on debian.
Suppose Ross (or the friend whom he consulted) asked for help on setting up a bitcoin dark market site, on other forums and under other usernames, back in 2010. Perhaps Satoshi would have seen those requests (or someone else saw them and tipped him); not many people were interested in bitcoin at the time. Satoshi may have realized what would happen with his project. Disappearing would be a quite understandable reaction...
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CHAOEX: A TRANSPARENT AND RELIABLE CRYPTOCURRNECY TRADING PLATFORM.

CHAOEX: A TRANSPARENT AND RELIABLE CRYPTOCURRNECY TRADING PLATFORM.

https://preview.redd.it/t313dwyyql321.jpg?width=688&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d659066fc9583af1256c81cdce1e0396c70808fb

CHAOEX was founded by Unique Network Technology (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd, an invested by company of XYHJ Network Technology (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd, a blockchain asset trading platform for global traders.
The team of CHAOEX is glad to present for the crypto ecosystem a universal trading platform and matching system called CHAOEXCHNAGE, also known as CHAOEX.
CHAOEX is a totally of self-developed creation designed for the aggregation of high-quality blockchain assets around the world, providing a safe, smooth and transparent trading experience for users.
WHY CHAOEX? Until now the team mainly focused on local Asian market due to this reasons; team members are Asian company and know their market very well. As the quality of the CHAOEX platform is growing, team ambitious are growing too. Team of CHAOEX truly wants to share its trading experience, updates, event and services to people all around the world.
The CHAOEX team wants to build transparent and 100% compliant system (not just platform, but the whole ecosystem) based on trust and supportive community, where decision making is not the priority of leaders, but the right of every single member of the system.
A wide variety and a good portfolio of different cryptocurrencies available on the site. In CHAOEX, there are around 60 digital assets available for trade in CHAOEX. The most traded currencies in the market are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Decent, TenX, Civic, and QTUM.
Now referring to a more advanced mode of service, CHAOEX will most likely know that it is not a platform broadly intended for the masses or for everyone. People who do not have yet a digital currency or cryptocurrency token cannot acquire these funds from the CHAOEX digital interface with fiduciary money. However, CHAOEX offers a wide variety of digital assets for the different trade to be made within its advanced trading platform which has commissions very much to the size of the current market.
The web interface of CHAOEX website is really admirable. Customers can choose between different subjects, dark and light, and color of their preference. They also have advanced graphics tools, such as technical analysis indicators. The creation of graphics within the platform is very professional and quick to understand.

https://preview.redd.it/lkf4vs7hrl321.jpg?width=1203&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=3b4d43baa4dada0dff997588acf02e7cd822ef63

Benefits of CHAOEX
CHAOEX exhibits the following benefits to it users:
  1. Very low trading fees.
  2. Solid number of altcoins.
  3. Advanced trading platform.
  4. Mobile trading apps available.
Conclusively, Operating solely on a coin-to-coin model, CHAOEX offers a solid amount of digital assets for trade on its advanced trading platform with really competitive fees.
CHAOEX is probably among the exchanges which benefited from China’s ICO ban, which compelled a lot of Chinese investors to turn to Hong-Kong venues like Bitfinex, TideBit, KuCoin and others. Hong Kong, on the other hand, does not have specific legislation on Bitcoin and crypto-exchanges, but crimes involving them, such as fraud and money laundering are persecuted under the existing laws. In other words, CHAOEX could stand the test of time!
CHAOEX Exchange is a convenient and reliable cryptocurrency exchange that provides a high level of security for your funds. Trade on CHAOEX using the most popular digital assets and make a profit now.
I feel this is a great cryptocurrency exchange platform that many crypto traders have been waiting for! Embrace CHAOEX and start using it now.

Useful Official Links of CHAOEX exchange platform:
Website = http://www.chaoex.com/
Ann Thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5068406.msg47857560#msg47857560
Twitter = https://twitter.com/ChaoExHK
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChaoExHK


Author:
Bitcointalk Username: doglasslim
Bitcointalk Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2265600;sa=summary
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CHAOEX: A TRANSPARENT AND RELIABLE CRYPTOCURRNECY TRADING PLATFORM.

CHAOEX: A TRANSPARENT AND RELIABLE CRYPTOCURRNECY TRADING PLATFORM.

https://preview.redd.it/mfey0em1y6521.jpg?width=391&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1c7b73c03713ce6ead0e75261311df979f663bb5
CHAOEX was founded by Unique Network Technology (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd, an invested by company of XYHJ Network Technology (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd, a blockchain asset trading platform for global traders.
The team of CHAOEX is glad to present for the crypto ecosystem a universal trading platform and matching system called CHAOEXCHNAGE, also known as CHAOEX.
CHAOEX is a totally of self-developed creation designed for the aggregation of high-quality blockchain assets around the world, providing a safe, smooth and transparent trading experience for users.
WHY CHAOEX? Until now the team mainly focused on local Asian market due to this reasons; team members are Asian company and know their market very well. As the quality of the CHAOEX platform is growing, team ambitious are growing too. Team of CHAOEX truly wants to share its trading experience, updates, event and services to people all around the world.
The CHAOEX team wants to build transparent and 100% compliant system (not just platform, but the whole ecosystem) based on trust and supportive community, where decision making is not the priority of leaders, but the right of every single member of the system.
A wide variety and a good portfolio of different cryptocurrencies available on the site. In CHAOEX, there are around 60 digital assets available for trade in CHAOEX. The most traded currencies in the market are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Decent, TenX, Civic, and QTUM.
Now referring to a more advanced mode of service, CHAOEX will most likely know that it is not a platform broadly intended for the masses or for everyone. People who do not have yet a digital currency or cryptocurrency token cannot acquire these funds from the CHAOEX digital interface with fiduciary money. However, CHAOEX offers a wide variety of digital assets for the different trade to be made within its advanced trading platform which has commissions very much to the size of the current market.
The web interface of CHAOEX website is really admirable. Customers can choose between different subjects, dark and light, and color of their preference. They also have advanced graphics tools, such as technical analysis indicators. The creation of graphics within the platform is very professional and quick to understand.
https://preview.redd.it/byd12ud3y6521.jpg?width=1203&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=fac82e544b017c8ec7545e3a27a8261bbd4beb14
Benefits of CHAOEX
CHAOEX exhibits the following benefits to it users:
  1. Very low trading fees.
  2. Solid number of altcoins.
  3. Advanced trading platform.
  4. Mobile trading apps available.
Conclusively, Operating solely on a coin-to-coin model, CHAOEX offers a solid amount of digital assets for trade on its advanced trading platform with really competitive fees.
CHAOEX is probably among the exchanges which benefited from China’s ICO ban, which compelled a lot of Chinese investors to turn to Hong-Kong venues like Bitfinex, TideBit, KuCoin and others. Hong Kong, on the other hand, does not have specific legislation on Bitcoin and crypto-exchanges, but crimes involving them, such as fraud and money laundering are persecuted under the existing laws. In other words, CHAOEX could stand the test of time!
CHAOEX Exchange is a convenient and reliable cryptocurrency exchange that provides a high level of security for your funds. Trade on CHAOEX using the most popular digital assets and make a profit now.
I feel this is a great cryptocurrency exchange platform that many crypto traders have been waiting for! Embrace CHAOEX and start using it now.

Useful Official Links of CHAOEX exchange platform:
Website = http://www.chaoex.com/
Ann Thread = https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5068406.msg47857560#msg47857560
Twitter = https://twitter.com/ChaoExHK
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChaoExHK


Author:
Bitcointalk Username: doglasslim
Bitcointalk Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2265600;sa=summary
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Peter R’s Theory on the Collapse of Mt. Gox

TL/DR: A young man had a secret. To keep it hidden, he kept digging until the hole was a billion dollars deep. This is a speculative tale of a great bitcoin theft from MtGox in 2011 and the efforts that this man undertook to fix it. The tale explains the bitcoin bear market of 2011, the explosive rally of 2013, delayed fiat withdrawals, malled transactions, and a bot named Willy.
By the time you realize that real life has begun, you are already three moves in.”—Author unknown
It was June 19, 2011. Mark, a 26 year-old young man—a boy really—was ecstatic. He had recently purchased MtGox—a small, online exchange for trading virtual tokens—and business was booming. These virtual tokens were called bitcoins and Mark loved them.
Bitcoins were an obscure curiosity: a peer-to-peer electronic cash system that allowed users to store and exchange credits with any other user in the world, nearly instantly, and without the assistance of a third-party or the permission of an authority. All that was needed was a 78-digit secret number—a key if you will.
In order for his customers to withdraw their bitcoins over the internet, MtGox stored some of these keys on its online server. The remaining keys were stored on USB drives and backed up on paper to prevent theft should the server be compromised.
But theft was hardly a concern. In October of 2010, bitcoins were trading for $0.10 and the half a million bitcoins held by MtGox was worth only $50,000. But still Mark took precautions, diligently moving bitcoins to offline storage and leaving only what was necessary for customer withdrawals online. He truly wanted both his business and bitcoin to succeed.
By April, the bitcoin price had risen to $1 and by June it had exploded to $30. Between June 1 and June 15, an additional one million bitcoins were sent to MtGox and immediately sold, crashing the price back to $10. It was a hectic time, with hundreds of customers needing help, visits from the FBI related to the Silk Road black market, and stress related to the recent market crash. Young Mark was becoming a victim of his own success: there simply wasn’t enough time to get everything done. On this very day in June 2011, the keys to the recently-deposited 1,000,000 BTC were still sitting on his server.
Later this day, a group of hackers gained access to MtGox servers and executed fake trades that the world could see, driving the nominal price of bitcoin near $0. Mark was frantic. He quickly regained control of the servers and learned the dark truth: the million bitcoins that had recently flooded in earlier that month were gone. Mark admitted publically to the hack, rewound the false trades, but kept the truth of the missing coins a secret.
How could this 26-year old explain to his customers that he had lost their bitcoins? And if the world found out, would this kill the thing he loved so dearly? Would he go to jail? Or worse yet, would someone kill him? Mark decided that he would do what he thought was right: he would slowly earn back the lost bitcoin with MtGox trading fee profits and eventually make his customers whole again. He still had over 500,000 BTC left—he moved 424242.42424242 BTC between bitcoin addresses and convinced the community that MtGox was solvent. As long as withdrawals didn’t exceed deposits over a long period of time, no one would ever find out the truth. Or so he thought.
Meanwhile, the bitcoin thieves slowly mixed their coins with other coins, obfuscating the chain of ownership, and then re-selling these coins on MtGox using sock-puppet accounts. Mark tried to stop them, but there was no way he could know for sure which accounts were fraudulent—he even accused innocent people of bitcoin laundering. The constant selling of these stolen bitcoins drove the price down to $2 in November 2011. Mark faithfully used all of the MtGox profits to purchase coins back during this decline. But he would never use customer funds—that was a line he swore not to cross.
The selling of these stolen bitcoins continued at a diminished rate over 2012, and Mark continually purchased coins using the MtGox trading fees. The bitcoin economy was growing and new exchanges were opening up across the world. His bitcoin reserves weren’t building fast enough but the price of bitcoin kept rising (along with the dollar value of the missing bitcoins). He was worried that other exchanges would suck coins out of Gox and reveal his secret. He decided he needed to take decisive action: for the first time, he used customer funds to purchase real bitcoins. These large purchases by Mark further increased demand and ignited the great rally of spring 2013 when the bitcoin price shot from $20 to $266. Mark had reduced his liability in bitcoins, but in dollar terms the coins that were still missing were worth more than ever before.
On May 15, 2013 the US Department of Homeland Security seized millions of dollars from the MtGox Dwolla bank account. MtGox dollar reserves were already depleted at this point, and with the recent seizure, Mark could no longer make good on customer withdrawals in US dollars.
Under the guise of “banking problems,” MtGox slowed US dollar withdrawals to a trickle in the summer of 2013. Customers became increasingly worried and began to bid up the price of bitcoin on MtGox, as this was the only way to escape with their funds. MtGox had little fiat and very little bitcoins, but it learned one thing: as the price differential between Gox and BitStamp grew, the outwards flow of bitcoin slowed dramatically.
And so Willy was born. Willy was a bot, discovered by Wall Observers from bitcointalk.org and named by Opet on Bonavest's trading show, who would consistently purchased bitcoins at regular intervals between November 2013 and February 2014. Evidence that Willy belonged to Mark was revealed when both web and API trading at Gox was disabled for a brief period of time, exposing Willy as the only one left buying.
Willy served two purposes: he drove the price of bitcoin on the MtGox exchange high, thereby slowing and sometimes reversing the outward flow of real BTC, and he reduced the number of GoxBTC held by clients. Of course, this meant that Willy eventually became the owner of a huge number of GoxBTC (that were of course no longer backed by real BTC).
By December, the situation at MtGox was grim. In a desperate attempt to attract more funds, Mark offered reduced trading fees under the guise of celebrating their 1,000,000th customer. This partially worked, but Mark knew it was too late. If MtGox collapsed, it must appear that he didn’t know about the theft until now—for it was better to appear incompetent than criminal.
It was time to cover his tracks.
He purposely mixed immature coins into bitcoin withdrawals to delay the outward flow of coins, and later began malling his own transactions. He added the Gox malleability weakness not as a bug, but as a feature, so that it would seem plausible that outsiders had recently stolen the coins without his awareness. No coins were actually lost to malleability.
The MtGox coin supply dwindled to 2,000 BTC and on February 7, 2014. He had no choice but to disable bitcoin withdrawals. The end was near.
The problem Mark faced was that his customers had $150,000,000 credited to their accounts, yet the MtGox bank account only contained $38,000,000. He could blame the missing bitcoins on transaction malleability, but how could he explain where the fiat money went?
He shifted Willy into reverse and cranked the throttle. Willy relentlessly dumped bitcoins into the open bids. The price fell further and further, eventually dropping well below the BitStamp price. But still not enough people were buying! He needed his customers to buy the GoxBTC. Willy kept dumping coins until finally the price dropped below $100. MtGox even acquired new USD bank wires from customers looking to purchase the cheap coins. By this time, the majority of Gox customers had converted their dollars into bitcoins.
On February 28, 2014, Mt Gox filed for bankruptcy protection in Tokyo, reporting 6.5 billion yen in liabilities, 3.8 billion yen in assets, and 750,000 of customer bitcoins missing. Willy had failed to completely close the fiat solvency gap and Mark finally admitted to having lost the coins.
Now we watch the rest of the story unfold. A story of how an oversight during a hectic period, an untimely theft, and an attempt to cover it up, lead to the greatest loss in the history of bitcoin.
Cross-posted from: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497289.0
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Abundance via Cryptocurrencies.

Back in 2011 before I started munching red pills errday, I was looking to loot up. I thought google was the perfect example of clever entrepreneurship and despite the fact I knew jack shit about it, I subbed to programming thinking that most likely something big was going to come out of the computer realm. A couple of months later a little article popped into my feed from there " Google develops new bitcoin wallet ". I had a read of the comments and it was noted that it wasn't google developing the wallet but rather an employee as part of their extra vocational activities. Someone in the comment section mentioned the silk road and I had a little look around trying to find out more about it. I downloaded Tor and found the way to access it and after looking around thought that I'd better give it a crack.
I got my first bitcoin via paypal for <$1 but then paypal cracked down on that channel and because there were no Australian exchanges I had to go some roundabout way of getting myself second life credits and then using an in game exchange for bitcoin. I bought a few more and had a little dabble on SR. It worked and my little sample orders came through. I was super impressed and set about getting more of this magic internet money that had enabled such a cool service. About the same time, it started going through it's first bubble getting as high as $30. It crashed down to $20, then $15, then $10 and at each of those levels I threw a few grand at it that I had sitting in an account from when my granddad died. I was keen to get more but then it started heading lower and I thought "ah I don't actually know shit about this. I think it's a good idea, but this is my first time investing and I could well just end up going out the back door."
They hit $2 a coin but I had no need to sell and just sat on them for a couple of years. Towards the end of 2012, as the first halving of the block reward was approaching, the price started to move again. It got up to around $15 again where I was even, but again I had no need to sell and just sat on them. By April or so they'd gone mental and had reached their then all time high of $270 odd. At the peak they were going up so fast that I went to bed one night and woke up with my stack worth $5k more. I cashed out enough to buy a few oz of gold for my original $4k investment but held the rest.
Throughout this time I'd been consuming all I could about this cool new tech and the associated avenues that had opened up in decentralized/disruptive technologies. I was reading every post in rad_decentralization polycentric_law, seasteading, open source ecology and whatever I could digest to apply to my vision of what I wanted to do with this loot.
A couple of months later I went off on an adventure overseas to go surfing in Mex, some summer festivals and do a snow season in Canada. I was reluctant to spend my coins because they'd now gone down to around $70 or $80 bucks so I'd been going through my savings. After Burning Man I was out of cash. I was supposed to go back to Mexico to hit up the south with some friends but I decided instead to go up to Northern Cali to try find some work on the farms in a town we'd passed through.
I spent my last $200 on a crappy hotel and getting pissed at the bar looking for leads for work. The next day we found a guy who'd give us a start and we headed up to the hills to work for a few months. We had worked for 2 weeks when there was a bit of a hiatus for a few days (which coincided with symbiosis festival), so we went down there to party for a few days.
On the weed farms we'd been hanging with lots of deadhead kids and they'd all been sharing stories of eating heaps of acid and other drugs and I thought it was time I give a big dose a try. I managed to get a hold of some at the festival, tore off 5 tabs and shoved em on my tongue. The guys face kinda dropped and he's like "dude, they're really strong". I had just smoked a masssssive joint and was about halfway through a bottle of captain morgans, so I just kinded "Meh'd" him and laughed. Needless to say, they were indeed quite strong and 6 hrs later I've got some medic knocking on the porta potty asking me if I'm alright. Completely naked, filthy, sticks and leaves and shit all through my beard and hair. I'm like "yeah, i'm ok but do you have my clothes?" She didn't and didn't know where they were but I managed to get a blanket off her and walked outside into the party. At that exact moment my friends happened to be walking past first aid and I heard one of their voices through the darkness. I yelled out to him and the others and they came over and took me with them.
I went back to camp a bit bummed out that i'd gone too hard and ruined the party, but then I could hear the music pumping and actually felt pretty good so I went back out to look for my clothes and shit. I couldn't find them until the next day my jeans turned up in lost and found with my wallet in them. I rolled out of that party that next evening, pretty rattled, no shoes and totally broke again.
Not long after I got back to the farms I heard of the silk road bust and noticed bitcoin had taken another hit. However, in the following days, perhaps due to the shutting down of an unsavoury aspect of the bitcoin ecosystem, the coins went on a surge. By the time I was up in Canada for my working holiday snow season they'd gone as high as $1250 a coin. I cashed a few out to sort myself out for the season. Didn't bother finding a job, bought a pound of weed and just boarded every day.
Through this time, I'd spread a bunch of my stack over some shares denominated in bitcoin and some of those were generating me nice dividends. One in particular which was in a company making mining hardware was doing really well and I put a lot of my coins in there. They took a hit after restructuring their business model to redirect dividends into R&D, which made the price plummet. I doubled down on them but eventually they ended up going out the back door. I lost another 10btc or so to a scam run out of Cyprus that was supposed to be a btc-euro gateway company, but he bailed once the btc price dropped. A few others crashed along the way and then in the mean time I'd spent most of my liquid coins on going back to Oz to visit my girlfriend, returning to canada, then returning back to Oz once that relationship was on the rocks.
I got back to Oz the second time, with only a couple of coins left, they'd dropped down to $400 or so, things didn't work out with her and I just fell into a rut after being on such a high. I talked mum into selling me her old car for a few bitcoin and moved to Melbourne to try something new. Around this time projects like ethereum, ripple, dash, monero were all starting up and since I'd been burned on a few scams and failures, I doubted my ability to discern what was going on and out of fear didn't get involved with any of them.
During the run up of the coins from $15-$1250 I'd been digging into researching all about decentralized/disruptive technologies and had been developing ideas for radical community projects utilizing the benefits of open source technologies and distributed ledgers to greatly increase efficiency, as well as transparency and accountability. When I moved to Melbourne I went to a few bitcoin meetups but just found that they were full of traders and business folk but not many were into the radical side of things. I started knocking around with a few crew from the party scene and began brainstorming some ideas for festival/community development through crypto.
Though at the peak the projects that I'd been ideating had seemed almost tangible, when back in the real world with no money, they became much further away. I couldn't go back to the old way of thinking in the traditional paradigm, but without a bankroll I didn't really know where to start. I still wanted those things, but had no capital and no network. Through my research into crypto I'd discovered the scheme that is the Federal Reserve and the corruption of fiat currency and through that found myself being drawn to conspiracy and becoming addicted to "figuring it all out".
I got a bit of casual work, but I just couldn't bring myself to engage with the system on anything other than my terms. I still dreamed of community development but all my time was spent in the web of lies and paranoia that is the conspiracy realm. From my solid acid trip I'd got enough of a glimpse of the spiritual nature of things that I still manged to hold the light through my foray into the pit, but I became a bit consumed by it all. I had another couple of trips that showed me a look at an interdimensional world but in glimpsing them, I also took on a lot of paranoia that I had to work through. I started seeing bitcoin as the system for the NWO to implement their cashless economy and mark everyone for eternal damnation.
I kind of stayed in this world for nearly a year or so, until I stocked up on DMT from a guy at a festival and got stuck into that as a bit of a practice. What it told me was that all this world is my creation. The abundance I experience comes from a state of mind and similarly the poverty I experience comes from the opposite state of mind. It told me the most important thing I could be doing, is working to cultivate a mentality of abundance. I began cultivating that idea and whenever I was consciously aware of a choice between abundance and scarcity I would endeavour to choose abundance.
A few months later, I ended up falling in love, getting married, meeting a friend who has a project called "abundance" (where he is trying to cultivate the shift in perception on a mass scale), had a kid, took on a massive build/renovation to a warehouse/ started a business. Recently the business has gotten to a point where I actually have a couple of spare bucks again and so I decided to enter back into the world of cryptocurrency to see where it's at. I got 2 bitcoin and thought I'd spread them around on a few of the alt coins to see how they go.
I'm still distrustful of the story behind bitcoins inception and it's role in the overall scheme of things, but I have regained faith in my ability to discern what's going on. In the bundle of cryptos there probably is one that will be the vehicle for the beast to get their subjects, but that's not going to stop me from riding the train to abundance town in the mean time.
I bought a bitcoin and spread it around on a few of the alt coins that I thought looked interesting eth, etc, ltc, pivx and ripple. I think Ripple is set to go bananas. They're currently working with about 150 banks to use ripple to settle international transfers. Apparently they're also in negotiation with the reserve bank of Japan to utilize it. If you're aware that the US economy has been set up to tank, and there's going to be a restructuring of the power to an eastern led financial system, ripple seems like the prime candidate the facilitate that. When they roll out new SDR backed BRICS currency, they're not going to be able to just implement a new standard by coercsion. It's going to be by utilizing existing services that are already being used by a number of people. Ripple is a Silicon Valley start up, and if you know anything about the MIC involvement in SV, you'd know many of the companies from there are simply fronts to enable the implementation of the technology that TPTB are ready to release to us. In the 2-3 weeks that I've had my ripples it's already gone up 100% but I think it could possibly be at $1 (from $0.07 now) within a year if they succeed in taking down SWIFT.
I was talking to my friend with the abundance project about crpyto and how we're going to liberate ourselves from fiat slavery and he saw a number plate on a car in front of him that read XTC 999. I thought I remembered a coin that had the trading abbreviation of XTC so I had a look around on it. There was in fact a coin that had that but when I was reading the thread about it on bitcointalk it appeared that the project had stalled. In the same thread someone mentioned that although it had stalled, if you like the look of the project, you should take a look at IOTA.
I looked it up and what do ya know, it's a super innovative new protocol designed to for intermachine operability in the internet of things. It doesn't run on the blockchain, but rather has a new type of ledger called the tangle which does asynchronous settlement which their developers allow it to scale infinitely as it increases in efficiency as it records more and more transactions. Because the individual making the transaction does the POW at the time of the transaction, it also allows IOTA to run without fees because spamming the network actually assists it by confirming more and more transactions. I did some digging on it and because it's not listed on any exchanges it's a bit harder to come by, but I was super keen to get some so I threw a bitcoin on it over on their trading channel on #slack. In the two weeks that I've had my IOTA it's already increased by another 66% as well.
I don't really know what the point of this post is, but I just wanted to share with you all because I love you and I think that we're approaching a point where the traditional financial system is about the be dismantled and the new one is rolling out. The new one isn't some currency that a bunch of coders in a Russian office have been working on. The Russian coders are working for ethereum, the MIC is working through Ripple in Silicon Valley. Having projects developed in an office is old school. It's way more efficient for TPTB to release some technology to the masses and have them develop their own chains that will enslave them. These companies now are the companies that will service the NWO's cashless economy. I would encourage you to get in and get some while the going it good and then put those earnings towards setting yourself up so that when the day comes that "none shall trade without the mark of the beast", you're living off grid in your open source gifting economy and you don't give a fuck.
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CHAOEX: THE EVERY CRYPTO TRADER’S CHOICE FOR TRADING THEIR FAVORITE ALTCOINS

CHAOEX: THE EVERY CRYPTO TRADER’S CHOICE FOR TRADING THEIR FAVORITE ALTCOINS

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The cryptocurrency ecosystem is still in its early stages and current cryptocurrency exchange platforms are evolving gradually in the face of unprecedented demand.
Yet there remain significant problems in these centralized exchange platforms that need to be overcome in order to earn the trust of both seasoned traders and newcomers alike, who are willing to trade but are hindered by the Wild West attitude of many exchanges where “Enter at Your Own Peril” seems to be the motto which get many newbie afraid of trading.
Security, High fees, poor customer service, fear of loss, and many other problems are holding back the true potential of this market. In order to overcome these hurdles, a cutting edge, secure cryptocurrency exchange platform is desperately needed which lead to the creation of the exceptional exchange; CHAOEX.
CHAOEX Exchange is a convenient and reliable cryptocurrency exchange that provides a high level of security for your funds. Trade on CHAOEX using the most popular digital assets and make a profit now.

The Technology Behind CHAOEX Exchange
CHAOEX is dedicated to offering various services from the perspective of a virtual exchange house, aimed mainly at the digital market of cryptocurrencies. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong and focuses markets in Southeast Asia.
The company offers their users a specific kind of account for trade with three separate categories per service. CHAOEX platform appearance is extremely well distributed in itself. It is easy to use and simple to understand. The assets or digital goods offered here are classified into three sections, BTC, ETH, and CODE Markets. All members can modify and customize the details and aspects of the interface according to their tastes and preferences as well as using different advanced graphics, such as indicators of technical analysis and among others.

https://preview.redd.it/xvcaxa3fst321.jpg?width=688&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=7ef9b18e837922acd7ff1bb08394e6bffd864b3a

Advantages of The CHAOEX Platform
  • Excellent commission measures: One of the most outstanding aspects of CHAOEX is the commission structure that it brings us. This platform charges us a minimum net commission of 0.10% for all the people involved in the exchanges, that is, for the market makers as well as for the takers or buyers. In addition to that, all possible commissions within this platform in addition to the flat rate are 0.075% and 0.05% respectively.
  • Advanced trading platform: The web interface of CHAOEX website is really admirable. Customers can choose between different subjects, dark and light, and color of their preference. They also have advanced graphics tools, such as technical analysis indicators. The creation of graphics within the platform is very professional and quick to understand.
  • A wide variety and a good portfolio of different cryptocurrencies available on the site. In CHAOEX, there are around 60 digital assets available for trade in CHAOEX. The most traded currencies in the market are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Decent, TenX, Civic, and QTUM.

Conclusion
The team of CHAOEX has spent over several months trying to perfect and nail down this platform. Team members have learnt a lot about what they should focus on, what should be ignored, and what should be implemented. License in Europe to be 100% legal and hardly working on bank account opening was gotten for this project to give users a direct access to the crypto world. All exchange platforms have their share of advantage and disadvantages. We are likely to look for those with minimum fees and all that. It is best also to check for platforms with high security for the user; as per the CHAOEX website, it is of strict certification and protection mechanisms, anti-infection, anti-penetration, anti-CC, anti-DDOS, to ensure the safety of asset transactions for every of its users. When it comes to support, CHAOEX has service mailbox, business collaboration, and office hours from Monday to Friday 08:00 - 19:00.
I feel this is a great cryptocurrency exchange platform that many crypto traders have been waiting for! Embrace CHAOEX and start using it now.

Useful Official Links of CHAOEX exchange platform:
Website = http://www.chaoex.com/
Ann Thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5068406.msg47857560#msg47857560
Twitter = https://twitter.com/ChaoExHK
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChaoExHK


Author:
Bitcointalk Username: doglasslim
Bitcointalk Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2265600;sa=summary
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CHAOEX EXCHANGE PLATFORM: THE MOST FASTEST AND CONVENIENT WAY OF ACHIEVING CRYPTOCURRENCY TRADING.


https://preview.redd.it/58r0ags8fz421.jpg?width=1203&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=742e9298db84145082ab8475b81ce01f30941182
CHAOEX App is readily available on the Google Play Store for the Android Users. This helps to aid a very fast experiences of crypto trading as you have access to your account wallet in a very convenient way!
The cryptocurrency ecosystem is still in its early stages and current cryptocurrency exchange platforms are evolving gradually in the face of unprecedented demand.
Yet there remain significant problems in these centralized exchange platforms that need to be overcome in order to earn the trust of both seasoned traders and newcomers alike, who are willing to trade but are hindered by the Wild West attitude of many exchanges where “Enter at Your Own Peril” seems to be the motto which get many newbie afraid of trading.
Security, High fees, poor customer service, fear of loss, and many other problems are holding back the true potential of this market. In order to overcome these hurdles, a cutting edge, secure cryptocurrency exchange platform is desperately needed which lead to the creation of the exceptional exchange; CHAOEX.
CHAOEX Exchange is a convenient and reliable cryptocurrency exchange that provides a high level of security for your funds. Trade on CHAOEX using the most popular digital assets and make a profit now.

The Technology Behind CHAOEX Exchange
CHAOEX is dedicated to offering various services from the perspective of a virtual exchange house, aimed mainly at the digital market of cryptocurrencies. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong and focuses markets in Southeast Asia.

https://preview.redd.it/fh2d0opifz421.jpg?width=391&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=29b5ce3143e303bfa0aaf33a3df459780d0b84e5
The company offers their users a specific kind of account for trade with three separate categories per service. CHAOEX platform appearance is extremely well distributed in itself. It is easy to use and simple to understand. The assets or digital goods offered here are classified into three sections, BTC, ETH, and CODE Markets. All members can modify and customize the details and aspects of the interface according to their tastes and preferences as well as using different advanced graphics, such as indicators of technical analysis and among others.

Advantages of The CHAOEX Platform

Conclusion
The team of CHAOEX has spent over several months trying to perfect and nail down this platform. Team members have learnt a lot about what they should focus on, what should be ignored, and what should be implemented. License in Europe to be 100% legal and hardly working on bank account opening was gotten for this project to give users a direct access to the crypto world.
https://preview.redd.it/78f5ivotfz421.jpg?width=688&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=587f1783d916ef677794f58bf41fd1a71341e306
All exchange platforms have their share of advantage and disadvantages. We are likely to look for those with minimum fees and all that. It is best also to check for platforms with high security for the user; as per the CHAOEX website, it is of strict certification and protection mechanisms, anti-infection, anti-penetration, anti-CC, anti-DDOS, to ensure the safety of asset transactions for every of its users. When it comes to support, CHAOEX has service mailbox, business collaboration, and office hours from Monday to Friday 08:00 - 19:00.
I feel this is a great cryptocurrency exchange platform that many crypto traders have been waiting for! Embrace CHAOEX and start using it now.
Useful Official Links of CHAOEX exchange platform:
Website = http://www.chaoex.com/
Ann Thread = https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5068406.msg47857560#msg47857560
Twitter = https://twitter.com/ChaoExHK
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChaoExHK


Author:
Bitcointalk Username = doglasslim
Bitcointalk Profile = https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2265600;sa=summary
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"Code is Law": Comedy Gold Survey on Ethereum

Survey ID: 00001 Coin: Ethereum Client: Tyler Durden

Executive summary:

Ethereum is almost certainly the number 2 coin in comedy gold. It will likely surpass Bitcoin in comedy gold long before it passes it in market cap. Thanks in large part to a spam-based marketing campaign on Reddit, it also has a dedicated base of critics.
After its IPO, it was known as “Inthereum” for a while, infinitely powerful of course, as vaporware can do anything. It had a major version release, then another. Finally, a major smart contract, in terms of valuation, came along: The DAO. Not to be confused with other DAOs, before and after. The DAO was the biggest. It was going to be the best; it already was the best! Euphoria was off the charts.
Until just a few months in, a bug was found. And the killer app became the flash point. What could they do? Well, hard fork and give the money back, of course! And so they did.
“Code is Law”; but this is actually good for Ethereum because “[a]lthough some do question the analogy ‘code is law’. I do not. We just found out that we have a supreme court, the community!” [1]
After the D'OH, Ethereum struggles to top its ATH comedy gold, but there is still a bright future for popcorn and comedy gold from Ethereum.

5 Largest Veins of Comedy Gold

Here are the largest comedy gold veins in Ethereum in potential reserves in our estimation in approximately descending order:
  • Cultlike euphoria - Now, this can certainly be said to be common to almost all cryptocurrencies. But Ethereum seems special here, even more than Bitcoin's community. There is a real belief here that this coin is going to change the world. This helps play into a "this is very good for Ethereum" mindset, wherein even the D'OH fork was a great success!
There is no greater terror than a fiend on ether.
  • Vitalik Buterin - The best name in cryptocurrency! Young genius central to Ethereum and almost universally seen as the most important leader in the project. In our view, his endorsement and leadership during the D'OH fork led to that route being taken. That is, we believe if he had opposed it from the start, he may have been able to prevent it or at least have led to what is now called ETC being the dominant of the two.
And so in our view, Mr. Buterin runs a billion dollar cryptocurrency right now. He and his team seem to have done reasonably well so far; it seems likely they'll continue to thrive. To the best of my knowledge, confirmed on /ethereum, there hasn't been a drug market implemented in Ethereum or trading with ETH so far. But while it seems like a terrible idea, because of the lack of privacy and proven mutability of contracts, it seems like eventually there's going to be a major drug market accepting ETH just because it has such a high value. And, they point out, monero and zcoin’s core privacy feature will apparently be available on ETH after this next fork, so look forward to anonymous ETH fueling drug markets!
And then the interesting question will be raised of how Chief Justice Buterin will rule on the case, whether it is worthy of an intervention or not. If not a drug market, then another buggy and hacked contract. Or a hacked exchange, and the question of whether to make it or its users whole, or "let the hacker win".
  • DAOs - From the beginning, it was proposed that Ethereum itself and its reserve fund would be turned into a DAO. How exactly this was going to happen would be figured out later of course. There was an initial estimate of 2016 for the transition.
Of course, in 2016, The DAO and the D'OH happened. I'm not aware of a current further push to put all of ETH's future funding into a DAO. But I'm sure the topic will resurface. And it will be hilarious on so many levels. The DAO actually collapsed too soon for peak comedy gold extraction. It had been predicted that there would be no consensus on any proposals and that nothing would be funded, and that there would be gold from that. But it was just a few months in when the bug was found. And while the D'OH fork was certainly a rich vein of comedy gold, it wasn't as rich as what the DAO could have been if it had floundered around for a year or so before the hack.
Surprisingly, there's actually a running, apparently working DAO on ETH that was started even before The DAO: digixDAO. If it keeps on running, it will continue to be hilarious as other DAOs fail to learn from it. If it fails, there's all the more hilarity for Ethereum, making it the platform where anything complicated enough to look like an original use case will break. The very existence of digix is proof-of-comedy-gold.
  • Immutability - The whole central notion of immutability is going to be a recurring question for Ethereum after the D'OH. While there was a lot of sentiment of "just this once and never again" at the time, there will someday be another major issue, and the precedent will mean that at least a major debate among the community will be had. Ethereum is "mostly immutable". Bitcoin is far better protected here, because while it's true they've hard forked to fix a bug before, that was years ago and the community is far more fractured now. Ethereum has a demonstrated capacity to do both routine and controversial hard forks. This strength is also a challenge, as it will invite constant legal and ethical questions about when it's appropriate to modify the chain itself with a fork: that is, rolling back some or all transactions after major bugs, thefts, frauds, and so forth.
  • Concentration of funds - This one I'm just guessing at. Although rich lists do exist, obviously one entity like an exchange could pool funds in an address without one person owning that much, or one person could splits their coins among many accounts. But it gives a rough guide. In Bitcoin, the top 113 addresses, having more than 10,000 BTC, in total are 17.46% of the current supply [ 2 ]. And in Ethereum, it's true that the top two accounts are marked as exchange accounts [ 3 ]. Still, having lots of funds concentrated in a single exchange wallet seems to still have some potential for comedy gold. In Ethereum, the top 50 addresses have more than double the proportion of the top 113 in Bitcoin, a bit over 40% of the current supply. My guess would be there are still a lot of people who invested heavily in the initial ICO who have held onto a significant portion of their initial ETH. While some of these top addresses are exchanges, I think there are probably many individuals represented in here as well, and every one of them is a multimillionaire from this account alone.
Of course, so far, because ETH is still smaller than BTC in overall market cap, these top addresses aren't as huge as the top addresses in Bitcoin in current market value. But if ETH were to overtake BTC's current position with a relatively unchanged distribution, there would be some real comedy gold coming off this factor. Cribs could have a spin-off Ethereum series.
This concentration was a part of making The D'OH what it was in my view as well: in Bitcoin, there would never have been so much of the coin tied up in one particular venture, at least not now. But in Ethereum, this concentration and groupthink can combine to hilarious effect.

A Brief History of Comedy Gold in Ethereum:

“Laws, like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made” - John Godfrey Saxe
In the beginning, there was an offering. The greatest coin the world had ever seen; step right up and buy it! There was even code; this is no vaporware! Sure, there was more work to be done, but the ICO would fund that work, the founders would get a little, and create a reserve for the future and the rest would be mineable.
There was also some of the most vociferous objections on BCT, declaring that the stake allocated to the founders was too large, pointing to other coins which had done smaller or done without. Arguing against the reserve; arguing against having a presale at all. Some people, of course, completely failing to read the documentation accurately to see what was even being proposed. And an almost complete radio silence from this large team working around the clock on Ethereum.
It took some months from when the initial ANN was made until the sale actually started, but by the time they had their sale, they had perhaps the best documentation at launch to-date. Of course, there were some areas which seemed to lack some detail, like the budgeting, but never mind that, it was finally launching!
Launching the sale, at least. In July and August of 2014, Ether was first sold. It was described as “fuel” for the virtual machine they were going to build [ 4 ].
And then, a year later, Ethereum was released live. By July 2016, it had already had its first major crisis after The DAO was hacked and the D’OH fork introduced in response.
But the fact that Ethereum was ever released, and that it was released so quickly, is truly incredible. There was more than one person who thought that the stated goals of Ethereum were not possible. And, of course, many initial goals and deadlines didn’t happen. But unlike the railbirds on BCT were convinced, the team did not fail nor did it run off with the money. They were given a blank check, and they actually delivered a working product which has been successful so far financially.
Of course, having its flagship smart contract go belly-up quite so quickly after having finally gotten a “killer app” seems rather unfortunate. The oracle problem (the question of how to reliably relate smart contracts to the outside world) seems unresolved, but partial solutions are inevitable and can only serve to make increasingly complex and thus popcorn-loaded contracts possible.
Right now, all seems relatively quiet. But rest assured, there remains plenty of euphoria and gas to drive many more cycles of comedy gold production. Ether huffers need something to throw their ETH at. The more complicated; the better! Given some of the creations that have been made in NXT, for instance, a few more years of creativity on ETH should yield some very complicated and pop-corn rich smart contracts.

Researcher’s Narrative:

I was relaxing in my office, waiting for business. It was a dingy little one-room affair, but it would serve for now. Particularly with no clients. I had poured myself a double shot, and was about to enjoy it, when suddenly the door opened.
A man walked in, familiar somehow although I couldn't place him. I reached out my hand instinctively, and instead of shaking it, he handed me a dollar.
"Hello?"
He pointed at the sign in the window, advertising a promotional one dollar gold survey for the first client. Always astute, I quickly surmised he wished to hire me.
"Of course, sir! What coin would you like?"
"Ethereum."
"Certainly! And may I have your name for the log?"
"Tyler Durdan."
And with that, my newest client left. I downed my double and poured a generous triple to follow it. This was going to be a long day.
Ethereum was the ultimate prize in my line of work. The coin which proved the adage that truth is stranger than fiction; which had proved itself a lucrative source of comedy gold.
And who am I? Guy Noir, private comedy gold surveyor. I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Premined scamcoins crashing on noname exchanges. I watched popcorn glitter in the dark on forgotten the BCT threads. Popcorn junkies strung out on a high, and I've delivered them more comedy gold, popcorn, salt and butter. There is never enough.
A dark night in a world that never sleeps and knows how to keep its secrets...But on the 12th Floor of the Acme Building, one man is still trying to find the answers to life's persistent questions: Guy Noir, private comedy gold surveyor.
Thank you, Narrator. Now, as I was saying, Ethereum is overloaded with gold. But the core is pretty straightforward:
Ethereum promised "smart contracts". Immutable. Turing-complete. This was what Bitcoin lacked. The bee's knees. Crypto 2.0. What could go wrong?
We'll skip over the "Inthereum" period. Perhaps the vaporware criticism was never fair: from their version, they had Proof-of-Concept code; they went through some iterations and eventually got to release.
Let's note clearly that there was plenty of time to determine some sort of official policy for what to do about a buggy or improperly written contract losing money. In Bitcoin, every hack has been a SFYL event, although it’s true that a bug in the coin itself was hard forked away before. Mt. Gox tried to blame malleability, but there was never a fork to try to recover funds. In Ethereum, immutability was often talked about. So far as I saw in skimming, “what if” scenarios to undo bugs wasn’t brought up front-and-center. Nor was immutability being debated that I saw.
So Ethereum releases. A major contract is launched, The DAO, which gets an astonishing portion of ETH invested. The world's largest crowd sale as they ultimately called it. All the major players in ETH buy into it, including Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum and the best name in cryptocurrency.
Just as they're starting to get into the comedy gold that The DAO doesn't really have a purpose, a bug is discovered. And just as its leader is assuring everyone that no funds are at risk, the funds start being drained out of the contract by an unknown party.
And suddenly immutable means "immutable unless we screw up on the biggest contract which everyone important has invested in heavily". Ethereum ultimately hard-forks to return investor funds and basically unwind The DAO. After claiming that the bug was in the contract, the coin itself is hard forked to fix the issue. And the first Ethereum clone results, one which simply does not follow the new hard fork.
So the natural question is: when can a contract be changed? In the first page of the Ethereum launch, this question was implied by asking about what would happen if there were an assassination market hosted by a smart contract on Ethereum. Of course, in reality, Ethereum is not really functional enough at present to enforce such a contract, but the question remains in case Ethereum were to actually attain a functioning smart contract platform.
Attempted reference to Tears in rain monologue, credit to Rutger Hauer
Guy Noir and narrator text lovingly stolen from Prairie Home Companion's Guy Noir, by Garrison B. Keillor.

Researcher’s Rant

Filed for psych eval
Twenty pages into the BCT ANN, I believe I have contracted cancer, again. I’m reminded of why I don’t generally go on BCT. As bad as altcoin forums tend to be for their circlejerking, it’s almost better than the, well, there’s really no way to put it other than FUD that inevitably appears in response to anything. Of course, it’s not paid shilling so much as it is willful and vocal ignorance. For all the critiques in that thread, most of them are utter nonsense and simply are misreading the initial information. On the other hand, it’s January 27th in the thread by now, with February 1st and the pre-sale start, and they don’t have their “prospectus” up yet. I also haven’t seen the change in mining rate yet.
Side note: eMunie; wtf? I guess I missed something? Either it’s gone through a namechange or it’s dead, because a quick coinmarketcap search didn’t find anything. A comedy gold mining project for another day.
Great; spoiler alert: fundraiser delayed apparently, so even more cancer to read through in that thread on the way to getting to a prospectus!
The first 44 pages of the thread was summarized thus: “I want to believe. Why are you not speaking to us? Throw me a bone. Just tell me what I want to hear, and I'll gladly throw my money in.” [ 5 ] Would that I had only had to read that quote rather than all 44 pages, and facing many more.
Pages and comments dragged on as I waded through the low-grade popcorn. When would this prospectus be released, so my torment would end? Oh god: a side-thread shows that by the time they get to April, there’s still no prospectus or presale date or estimate of when there may be a date [ 6 ]. It’s time to give up on reading through the cancerous mainthread on BCT and start jumping ahead pages to find the pre-sale and prospectus.
Okay, finally, in July, they release documents and start the sale [ 7 ]. Good enough.
I have mountains of links on my desk. Comedy gold is overflowing, but this is a survey expedition, not a mining operation. But by the time it’s surveyed, there’s always so much gold lined up to mine it gets hard to leave it behind and leave with the samples.
It’s time to hammer out some copy and close this file.
Folks, we hope you’ve enjoyed this descent into madness and comedy gold brought to you by the Comedy Gold Survey Company and our patron Tyler Durden. Do you need more comedy gold in your life? Of course you do! So please donate today; every $1 helps! I’ve added a new special: $5 lets you choose the next coin to be surveyed!
Thanks again to Tyler Durden, and I will now be re-watching Fight Club and questioning my sanity. Cheers y’all!
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Edit: 3/26/2020: Removed a link to a comment per request from the user.
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