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  1. [ANN] 700 Coin | 700% PoS | low supply | ready for takeoff !!! 700 % i LIKE!! Algorithm Scrypt Type PoW/PoS first year 700% second year 70% third year 7% Coin name 700 RPC port 19286 P2P port 19285 Block reward 10 coins Total coin supply 50000000 coins Premine percent 1% (0,5% for rewards/bountys/list coin, 0,5% dev team) windows wallet https://mega.nz/#!5OAjnAQJ!AhdP4GKY-sJ9qvunmxjDOPSUhv3WfN5P8jZW6DhPLqI Linux wallet https://mega.nz/#!hGpl0RqB!61GpOVsx2CyR0QXJBmqKMRwqcgV5fphIKzt8l5j-_aI source code https://github.com/stakedev/700 Exchange: Paid AddCoin on YOBIT Bounty: 300 Coins: Pool (0 available) 200 Coins: Translation (PM me with link) 10 Coins: Airdrop (first 50 pm) ONLY PM!!!!!!! Pools: http://fasthash.hopto.org/getting_started yourminer.exe -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp://fasthash.hopto.org:PORT port 6060 --> diff 4 port 6062 --> vardiff 2-8192 port 6064 --> diff 16385 pool fee 1.5% min payment 100 coins https://pool.coin-miners.info stratum : stratum+tcp://stratum-eu.coin-miners.info:3433 -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p c=700 🔥 PICKAXE.ONLINE 🔥
  2. Managing the Crypto Currency Money Supply The current monetary system empowers a group (banks) to issue new Currency or Medium of Exchange (MoE) via loans. We have a significant body of history on the "efficacy" of this approach. A significant issue is developing the most transparent and equitable system for handling the creation of new MoE? How does Crypto currency improve this issue from the current system?
  3. HBN Money Supply So I was looking at the money supply for HBN over the past few years, and I made a little chart. The purpose of this was to figure out if here in the next 6 to 12 months a hard fork would be necessary. I am still mostly under the guise of no, but I want to keep an open mind for the good of all. As you can see the annualized money supply rate should be heading closer towards zero, but is sticking in the 70% range. Also, the time between blocks is averaging 20-22 seconds. This is hard to see from the chart, but the time between each bar(100,000 blocks) should be about 35 days, but speeds up as we begin more aggressive staking. You can click on the chart to download the spreadsheet. So we can slow down the money creation but allow blocks to stake earlier. This should cause the PoS weight to increase which would lower the annualized staking percentage. We can also, or only, change the time between blocks to increase a bit to say 45, which would again slow down the annualized money supply by increasing the difficulty of staking. Anyway this is just thoughts for now. What say ye?
  4. Power Supply Sizing Question Hello, I am compelled to start this topic with stating a fact that will soon become painfully obvious in the near future anyway. I am a total freaking noob when it comes to mining. I do however have an extremely good friend that writes software, who volunteered to write whatever code is required. Which leaves the hardware to me, a very scary thought, to say the least. I'm a master electrician, have owned and operated my own construction company for decades. (I am still in business) Which probably means I know just enough to burn my freaking house down with the rig I'm building, but at least my insurance is paid. I picked up a pallet of servers at auction, and am going to start out with two HP Prologic DL 370 G6 servers. They each have 10 slots I can use risers on, and I have 18 cards to start with, but am buying as I find them for good prices on used cards. I picked up a used 96U server rack, full of rails, with intake and exhaust fans. I'm going to weld up my own external 10 card racks out of aluminum for good common ground, and mount on an insulating material base like polystyrene or polyurethane sheets 3/8" thick. I am waiting for the 1st 2000 watt 94% efficiency 240V power supply, which I will use for the external card racks. Being that I have engineered and built everything from single family homes, to mixed use apartment complexes, to large commercial pot grows,(I'm in Washington State), and lots of office buildings and restaurants, I am pretty stuck on NEC and IEEE guidelines for electrical design. I calculated each card will consume 75 Watts of power. Since each server will handle 10 cards, that makes 750 watts. Then I add a 20% overload factor, in this case it is 200 watts. A total of 900 per every 10 cards. That tells me I can go 20 cards, for a total of 1800 watts, to safely run off one power supply, with an excess of 200 watts, which will increase the safety factor. I believe the power supplies are either one or two 12 volt only rails, and figured as long as I had an even number of taps, I would maintain a balanced load. Have I missed something? Thanks in advance.
  5. Get everything you need to know about blockchain and the pharmaceutical supply chain. _________________________________________________________________________ Are you the owner of this business? Would you like to manage the entry? Contact Support: https://cryptocurrencytalk.com/support/
  6. Even though there is no fixed supply cap for Ethereum right now, there are certain limits. The number of coins added per year varies a bit and is currently roughly 20% of the supply cap. That number can go down, assuming there will be a block reward halving in the future. Not too many ETH investors are overly concerned about this “unlimited” supply, though. http://fintechist.com/ethereum-not-supply-cap-not-big-deal/
  7. hi i have built a website showing data on cryptocurrencies based on coinmarketcap and coinmarketcap.northpole.ro as source and data. it shall help to make the coins sortable alltogether and puts the data on trade and price change first. the data of course, is not quite as actual as from coinmarketcap.com because it uses the json data from coinmarketcap.northpole.ro as source and therefore should lag some 5 minutes behind in actuality. but it shall help in terms making the data more visible and sortable. of course by now it has not the functionality of coinmarketcap.com. and of course someday i should get the data from the exchanges directly. The name of the site is actually COINTSY.ORG / COINTSY.NET by now, but will move to COINTSY.COM shortly.