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  1. 18 points
    We hope everyone is having fun with Treat Fighter and developing some winning strategies. What we want to see are YOUR screenshots! Show us how you're doing in Treat Fighter and post a screenshot. I'll start... It doesn't matter if you've just started. Just post!
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    Tell us what your favourite platform for games is!
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    What brought you to crypto or XAYA? How do you see yourself inside of the crypto ecosystem? You can choose multiple options. Tell us YOUR story!
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    What video game genre is your favourite? If you don't see your favourite there, check Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_video_game_genres Check the sub-genres. You can choose multiple genres.
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    We posted some "VR Party" blogs a while back. Each had a unique story with a cliff hanger ending. Which was your favourite? Part I - VR Party in a Decentralised Reality Part II - VR Party Like It’s 9999 Also, tell us your favourite part, even if you didn't vote for that story.
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    New Update! @DarkClaw has provided me with some new data 👍 You can now use Xaya-Gaming.net, to view the current and future block reward. In addition to this, we also provide the coin distribution tables from @snailbrain below the block reward. Quick-Link --> http://www.xaya-gaming.net/#blockreward (now working on the pool I try to finish the block header script now, to start mining)
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    In case anyone wonders why there may be a few differences between the xaya-gaming and liquid.com plots, one reason is that the api only returns the time to the nearest second. So, for example, the choice of very first trade is arbitrary: date taker_side price quantity 2018-10-31 08:07:25 buy 1.500e-05 200.00000000 2018-10-31 08:07:25 buy 1.900e-05 37.71347404 The api returns the 1.5e-5 trade first, so I just plotted it like that, but for some reason their chart takes the 1.9e-5 trade as first. They really should be returning millisecond timestamps. That is the standard practice. Also, I think it makes more sense to plot the price in mBTC (eventually the extra trailing zeros will be removed). Another thing is that if there were no trades in a given interval, eg december 8, the liquid chart just acts as if that day never existed. On our chart it (correctly) shows up as an empty space. There is also some issue with their dates often being 1 day ahead (eg it shows a bar for 12/21/2018 when it is currently ~12/20/2018 18:00 GMT) , perhaps somewhere they are mixing in a JST (japan) timezone when ours is all GMT.
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    Hello, I´m proud to announce that I finished big parts of my work on xaya-gaming.net. For now, I can only maintain the network stats from @DarkClaw But he managed to get the trade data from liquid.com so I can display them on xaya-gaming.net. (this is a "work in progress" and more data are added over time) Regards casp0or
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    Got any screenshots? That's what we're looking for.
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    We added an infographic that shows the block reward schedule and coin supply that should be helpful: http://www.xaya-gaming.net/#blockreward In case anyone wants to check the math, here is what I did to get reward/supply at a given blockheight. This is up to 21 million blocks, please let me know if something looks off: by_int = 1e3 premine = 46382344.69674 reward0 = 3.82934346 halving = 4.2e6 height = seq(0, 21e6, by = by_int) reward = ifelse(height < 440e3, 1, reward0/2^floor((height + 1)/halving)) supply = premine + cumsum(reward*by_int)
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    The hardfork will occur tomorrow, I raise a new ticket to poloniex, need other huc holders to do so
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    Hi Everyone: The planned Hardfork is coming up - block 440k ~3.5 Weeks. (from today - 27/11/18) For windows users, you can download the Electron wallet v1.1 https://github.com/xaya/xaya_electron/releases/ For Mac/Linux/Windows users who want to use the QT/XAYAd https://github.com/xaya/xaya/releases Update ASAP Hello Everyone. as already planned - there will be a hard-fork coming soon that will: The nonce values of main block headers no longer need to be zero (this allows/fixes the issue for mining pools with statum). The block intervals are changed and made algorithm-dependent: Neoscrypt targets 40s and SHA-256d two minutes after the fork (for an average that is still 30s per block). The block rewards are increased to 10 CHI on testnet and mainnet after the fork. For testnet, that is the (arbitrary) value we will use. For mainnet, the value will be changed when the actual fork height becomes known, so that we can calculate the correct value. Testnet has now been forked - so anyone interested in setting up a pool for Neoscrypt can test on there if needed. Once we set the mainnet values we will update this post. Unless you want to test you don't need to do anything at this stage. https://github.com/xaya/xaya/commit/f31f6a378e185256ea13cc929910d30c83916b8f
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    People come from all walks of life, so it will be interesting to find out about others.
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    Good VR Party in a Decentralised Reality
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    Anno 1602, The Settlers, Fallout, Metro, etc... @DarkClaw I think every game is suitable that requires some sort of turns or single actions to be made ? Or think of game items
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    Maybe there will be enough of these to deserve devoting a thread to it, but for now just one: "Block Progression: 193370/193370" needs some separators. Ie, "Block Progression: 193,370/193,370 " I guess it could be a github issue too but a thread here seems like it would be more accessible.
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