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Fractional Reserve Stablecoin Tether Only 74% Backed by Fiat Currency, Say Lawyers According to documents released by USD stablecoin tether’s (USDT) lawyers, the company behind the stablecoin only has enough fiat reserves to back a little less than three-quarters of its existing supply — 74%. Tether executives had previously publicly promised that each tether was backed one-to-one to the USD, a claim that has been disproven by the lawyers’ document release. The need to release the figures comes from the recent claims by the U.S. attorney general in New York that cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex, which shares its CEO with Tether, used reserves to plug holes left from a problematic outsourcing agreement earlier in 2018. The document notes that the funds are invested, and the arrangement mimics a fractional reserve system. WSJ: Facebook Seeks Reported $1 Billion for FB Coin Amid Talks With Visa, MasterCard According to a report from the Wall Street Journal this week, social media giant Facebook is seeking investments worth $1 billion for its rumored cryptocurrency stablecoin. Citing unnamed sources, the WSJ writes that Facebook is currently talking with payment networks Visa and MasterCard about potential support for the plan. The project, known as FB Coin, has already been rumored for about a year, with various options for its form, including an option for payments on a combination of WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Instagram. As Cointelegraph has previously reported, interest in a fiat-centric FB Coin has already reportedly come from within cryptocurrency circles, specifically in the form of VC investment mogul Tim Draper. The WSJ notes that a large fiat backing is necessary in order to avoid volatility. Vitalik Buterin Tweets ETH Development Proposals After Elon Musk’s “Ethereum” Tweet Bait Elon Musk, tech entrepreneur and Tesla CEO, and Ethereum’s co-founder Vitalik Buterin engaged in a relatively one-sided Twitter discussion this week after Musk tweeted one word: “Ethereum.” In response, Buterin extended an invitation for Musk to attend Ethereum’s DevCoin in October, with Musk parrying back with a question concerning future Ethereum network development. Buterin then laid out a five-point list of his top picks for the network’s development: the creation of a “globally accessible financial system, including payments, store of value [...] insurance,” as well as a disintermediated ETH-powered digital identity infrastructure. He also proposed the creation of registries and certificates that would be digitally signed, certified and even revoked on-chain. Trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with up to 100x leverage. Fast execution, low fees,available only on BitSEVEN. https://preview.redd.it/al8p3q8mvhw21.png?width=1450&format=png&auto=webp&s=20d56c7bd7b1bddd6504a3e6eb76f506e0b06453
someone explain this SHIT. connecting in debug log of wallet. ThreadOpenConnections started ThreadMessageHandler started ThreadSocketHandler started Flushed 1 addresses to peers.dat 69ms IRC :irc.smutfairy.com NOTICE * :*** Looking up your hostname IRC :irc.smutfairy.com NOTICE * :*** Found your hostname IRC SENDING: NICK x795741956 IRC SENDING: USER x795741956 8 * : x795741956 ipcThread started trying connection lastseen=1.2hrs IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 001 x795741956 :Welcome to the LFNet Internet Relay Chat Network x795741956 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 002 x795741956 :Your host is irc.smutfairy.com[::/6667], running version hybrid-8.2.8 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 003 x795741956 :This server was created Sep 11 2015 at 16:23:32 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 004 x795741956 irc.smutfairy.com hybrid-8.2.8 DFGHRSWabcdefgijklnopqrsuwxy bchiklmnoprstveCIMORS bkloveIh IRC SENDING: USERHOST x795741956 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 302 x795741956 :[email protected] GetIPFromIRC() got userhost GetIPFromIRC() returned AddLocal IRC SENDING: NICK u6ZWqeDLedwyAYw IRC SENDING: JOIN #shitcoin00 IRC SENDING: WHO #shitcoin00 IRC got join IRC got who UPnP: ExternalIPAddress = 10.0.0.13 UPnP Port Mapping successful. connection timeout There are 0 users and 8026 invisible on 3 servers 1 IRC Operators online 3 unknown connection(s) 650 channels formed I have 7410 clients and 1 servers Current local users: 7410 Max: 9938 Current global users: 8026 Max: 10450 Highest connection count: 9939 (9938 clients) (11657875 connections received)
Came across this in debug log of a qtwallet. Looking further I see it appears to be a botnet more or less with a bunch of diff currencies? I am guessing the same developer? ThreadOpenConnections started ThreadMessageHandler started ThreadSocketHandler started Flushed 1 addresses to peers.dat 69ms IRC :irc.smutfairy.com NOTICE * :*** Looking up your hostname IRC :irc.smutfairy.com NOTICE * :*** Found your hostname IRC SENDING: NICK x795741956 IRC SENDING: USER x795741956 8 * : x795741956 ipcThread started trying connection lastseen=1.2hrs IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 001 x795741956 :Welcome to the LFNet Internet Relay Chat Network x795741956 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 002 x795741956 :Your host is irc.smutfairy.com[::/6667], running version hybrid-8.2.8 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 003 x795741956 :This server was created Sep 11 2015 at 16:23:32 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 004 x795741956 irc.smutfairy.com hybrid-8.2.8 DFGHRSWabcdefgijklnopqrsuwxy bchiklmnoprstveCIMORS bkloveIh IRC SENDING: USERHOST x795741956 IRC :irc.smutfairy.com 302 x795741956 :[email protected] GetIPFromIRC() got userhost GetIPFromIRC() returned AddLocal IRC SENDING: NICK u6ZWqeDLedwyAYw IRC SENDING: JOIN #shitcoin00 IRC SENDING: WHO #shitcoin00 IRC got join IRC got who UPnP: ExternalIPAddress = 10.0.0.13 UPnP Port Mapping successful. connection timeout There are 0 users and 8026 invisible on 3 servers 1 IRC Operators online 3 unknown connection(s) 650 channels formed I have 7410 clients and 1 servers Current local users: 7410 Max: 9938 Current global users: 8026 Max: 10450 Highest connection count: 9939 (9938 clients) (11657875 connections received)
[Guide] How to put your dogecoins to work cloud mining.
in this guide i will teach you how to convert your dogecoins into bitcoins and buy up some sweet gigahashing mining bitcoins, litecoins, name coins, ixcoins, and devcoins all at the same time without even lifting a finger. il start by saying, you efficiently cloud mine doge coins, because nobody has a GPU based cloud mining service. so that means all cloud miners currently are ASIC based. Step 1: The first thing we need to do is to decide how many precious dogecoins we want to invest into mining. i would recommend 10,000+ as a starting point, just to try it out. this will buy you around 0.1 G/hash. Step 2: Lets change them dogecoins into filthy bitcoins. go to your favorite cryptocoin exchange site ( i like https://coinedup.com/ its free and easy to use ) deposite your amount of dogecoins, wait for it to get the right amount of confirms once your deposit clears put up sell order selling your dogecoins, i hope you said goodbye first. this usually doesn't take long at all. Step 3: If your playing along at home, by this point you should have small number of bitcoins on a cryptocoin exchange. so now lets bring in the cloud miner. i like CEX ( https://cex.io/0/drboomtown/0/yes,itsareferrallink ) go ahead and make an account. once verified through the stupid email they always goddamn send you. click on your balance tab. front and center will be a nice big address to send your bitcoins to. you can send your bitcoins straight from your exchange just put in the address from the CEX site when withdrawing from the exchange and you don't have to send them to your own bitcoin wallet first. Step 4: this is the longest step, waiting for your bitcoins to clear. il give some examples of what i did while waiting for my bitcoins to clear. 1. wondered why it takes bitcoins so long to clear, seriously dogecoins are so fast 2. watch adventure time 3. learn pottery Step 5: so hopefully by now your buttcoins ( lol ) have cleared and we can finally buy your giga hashes. this is as easy as clicking the trade tab, scrolling down a little and placing a buy order. if you are impatient like me, you can click the instantly buy button which will automatically find you the lowest priced gigas and buy them for you straight away. Step 6: your all done now, it automatically starts mining as soon as those gigas are bought so all you have to do is sit back and watch those tiny numbers roll in. you should see 100% return of investment in as little as 30 days at current rates, PLUS if your gigahashes value holds you can sell those off and still get your investment back with 0 loss so in 30 days you can get 100% as many doge as you started with. Tips: i don't advise using any less than 10,000 doge as your starting capital, most of your mining profits will be eaten up by fees if you use any less i wouldn't advise putting all your dogecoins into this either just in case they go to the moon overnight. this isnt a get rich quick sceme either, all crypto currencys are very volatile and prices could crash as fast as you can blink you can reinvest everything you mine into more gigahashes to mine more coins more faster to get even more doges Links: CEX https://cex.io/0/drboomtown/0/ Coinedup https://coinedup.com/ CEX, non referal link https://cex.io/
Lookin to make a small coin swap. 60 Devcoins for the first bitcoin tip I get.
I have no use for these devcoins. I collected them from a faucet a while back. Not enough to bring into an exchange, so if anybody wants them, just tip me some bitcoin, and provide me with your DVC address. Thanks, and sorry if this post is not appropriate :)
Which coins compete against each other? Is it ultimately a battle that will result in 1, 2 or 3 coins?
So, the way I look at it, there is not room for 20, 30, or 40 cryptocurrencies. It doesn't make sense that people would have that many wallets any more than it would make sense to have that many fiat currencies in your wallet. You'd have to go to a currency exchange every time unless you knew a specific place that accepted your preferred currency, whether it's /dogecoin or /worldcoin or /BBQcoin (i picked these at random from the sidebar, btw). There seem to be several different groups that exist (while some of these are overlapping): improvements on bitcoin, improvements on litecoin, clones of either one, proof of stake vs proof of work, pre-mined, easily mined, etc. (by the way, it would be great if there were a chart denoting the differences). Some of these have real benefits, some are quirky, some have been successful, some haven't. There are debates going on and people involved with each one anxiously promote it in its respective subreddit, suggesting ideas to help with its public relations and adoption. So, while it's great to have these coins with innovative features, each one arguably valuable in its own right for those features, some of them have to come out on top, right? It seems that lately, there is this idea that every coin should be nice to one another, but it's really passive aggressive. Some people hate on /dogecoin in their own subs, labeling it just a /litcoin with more coins available while /bitcoin is describe as elitist and not respecting /altcoins. Maybe all of this is justified if only a couple coins can remain. And which will those be? It /bitcoin just serving as the stepping stone for everything else, OR will it be the imperfect coin that lasts because it was there first (IMO - it would severely hurt other cryptos, especially those not tradeable for fiat currency if it died, so I think we are stuck with it)? Likewise with /litecoin and /dogecoin. Will these 3 rule because they became media favorites so quickly? Or will a coin with something different like /peercoin win out with its proof of stake? Or a coin designed with a specific activity in mind, like /Devcoin the ethical cryptocurrency? As my opinion here implies, I think it is a competition. I think /bitcoin needs to be around and rejecting it is a mistake for the community. I think /litecoin passed the tipping point in terms of price and /dogecoin hit the tipping point in terms of wide adoption. While I don't have any in-depth quantitative analysis, I think that will keep those 3 alive for the time being. I think there is only room for many 1 or possibly 2 other coins to make a name for themselves. Most other coins will fail. Pump and dump obviously hurts the community. /coinye was particularly bad and attempts to make joke coins like that make me sad because I read so many promotional posts. I feel bad saying it, but /franko and /worldcoin seem too similar while /primecoin and/megacoin and /feathercoin are just names people read in the sidebar and won't ever deal with, despite the enthusiasm of the people who do trade/mine it. That brings me to my final point, people who mine each of these coins have a huge stake in advocating for their specific coin. I'm glad people saw potential and uniqueness, but most of you will lose out and your mining rigs are giving you coins that won't be worth anything soon. Thanks for reading! I hope to hear real opinions!
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Alternate cryptocurrencies can be mined using the same hardware as for mining Bitcoins (mostly SHA-256 alt coins). While bitcoin mining is going to use FPGA and ASIC devices, scrypt based alt coins can be mined using GPU cards. Hybrid and CPU alternate cryptocurrencies Alt coins using other, innovative hashing algorithms
XPM – Primecoin QRK – Quark SRC – Securecoin Nxt – Next YAC – Yacoin SKN – Skeincoin PTS – Protoshares DRK – DarkCoin Curecoin OFF – Offerings to Cthulhu MED – MediterraneanCoin HTC – Huitongbi PGC – Pangucoin
If you don’t have a GPU or ASIC hardware you can still mine some of the CPU-only altcoins.
CEX.io Recent Posts CGB – Cryptogenic Bullion DGC – Digitalcoin Panda altcoins – PAND – PND – PANDA Pandacoin [PAND] – “The original scrypt Pandacoin” The Panda Coin [PND] – No premine scrypt PoW The Panda Coin [PANDA] – scrypt, 3% premine Elacoin [ELC] – Fair Elastic Scrypt PoW Feathercoin [FTC] Platinum Coin [PT] SHA-256 WorldCoin [WDC] – Coin Of The Future Categories Alternate cryptocurrencies ASC – AsicCoin BLC – Blakecoin BTC2 – Bitcoin Scrypt BTE – Bytecoin CGB – Cryptogenic Bullion CRC – Curecoin DEM – Deutsche eMark DGC – Digitalcoin DRK – DarkCoin DVC – Devcoin ELC – Elacoin FRC – Freicoin FTC – FeatherCoin HTC – Huitongbi I0C – i0coin IXC – Ixcoin KING – Kingcoin KRN – Ekrona MAX – MaxCoin MED – MediterraneanCoin MMC – Memorycoin 2.0 NMC – Namecoin NVC – Novacoin Nxt OFF – Offerings to Cthulhu PAND – Pandacoin PANDA – Pandacoin PGC – Pangu PND – Pandacoin PPC – Peercoin PT – Platinum Coin PTS – Protoshares QRK – Quark SKC – Skeincoin SRC – Securecoin TAG – Tagcoin TRC – Terracoin WDC – WorldCoin XPM – Primecoin YAC – Yacoin
Here is a list of the highest paying hourly faucets that I use: free bitcoin LTC4YOU Devcoin Faucet Daily Bitcoins These are not dogecoin faucets. With the price of dogecoin being so low, the payouts aren't really worth it compared to other coin faucets. For disclosure, some are referral links. To exchange these coins into dogecoins, go to Vircurex. Generate a deposit address on an exchange site like Vircurex or Cryptsy for these bitcoins, litecoins and devcoins to go to and exchange them for doges. Then you can withdraw to your address. Remember, these are hourly so once per hour you can go back and get more. Happy digging.
Chris Odom and the developers of Open Transactions claim to have built a system which offers truly anonymous digital cash transactions. This is something the bitcoin cannot do at the moment. In a recent Reddit link there was talk of using Open Transactions with BitMessage to start implementing a P2P currency exchange. I have heard a lot of interesting use cases for Namecoin, which is essentially a "peer-to-peer generic name/value datastore system", from user authentication systems, issuing stocks, to a USD backed currency. A good interview on about the system might be Hiro White, if you can get in contact with him on IRC. I'd love to know what new systems are available to use which are based on namecoin or even a intro on how namecoins can be used to create your own .bit domain name. Ripple is the system I know the least about. I have tried to trade for bitcoins with the system, but I feel like I'm using the system wrong, or it is not completed yet. I also wonder about whether ripple is a decentralized or uses a block chain. Is there a spokes person for the project that could explain the system? I also enjoy hearing about any of the other alt blockchains as well including litecoin, ppcoin, devcoin, teracoin, etc.. Thanks! I look forward to more big shows!
1800 Devcoin is 0.000002 Bitcoin. So, you've converted 1800 Devcoin to 0.000002 Bitcoin . We used 1129970385 International Currency Exchange Rate. Buying Devcoin (DVC) for funds from your bank requires a 2-step process. You're going to buy some BTC or ETH from an exchange that accepts deposits from a debit card or bank account, and then you're going to transfer your newly bought crypto to a marketplace that sells DVC in exchange for bitcoin or Ether. Round to smallest currency unit. Last updated: 2017-12-11 09:58:39 UTC. Devcoin (DVC) Bitcoin Planet (BTPL) Swap List of DevCoin (DVC) exchanges with real-time price where you can buy DevCoin, Sell DevCoin or Trade DVC from crypto or fiat currencies like USD, BTC, ETH, etc. List of DevCoin (DVC) exchanges with real-time price where you can buy DevCoin, Sell DevCoin or Trade DVC from crypto or fiat currencies like USD, BTC, ETH, etc. Market Cap: $266b. 24H Vol: $136b. btc dominance: 62.39%. Oct 01, 2020 ... How much Bitcoin is 1013670 DVC? Check the latest Bitcoin (BTC) price in Devcoin (DVC)! Exchange Rate by Walletinvestor.com
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