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DarkClaw

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  1. 40 minutes ago, tyKiwanuka said:

    I have no idea how this works though and if it would be possible to only mirror valuable information and cut all the chit-chat out ?

    I'd imagine you just run a bot that scrapes the posts and then updates a webpage. Filtering the posts would require some sort of anti-spam-like algo so not sure if that would be worth doing.


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    Forums are a dying medium of communication imo. Most of the younger people - and that is the majority in crypto space - are used to a more chat-ish and fast communication than a forum can give you.

    That said, there isn't that much discussion going on in Discord/Telegram for the moment as well. Everyone is waiting for Taurion/SME and the average crypto people are not that tech-savvy to be interested in the underlying tech, let alone being able to discuss it.

    My problems with this are:

    1) It is pretty difficult to have high quality discussions in the chats, so people with the most to contribute may just not bother. Ie the community is possibly selecting for "not tech-savvy" members.

    2) The chats are not getting indexed by search engines, so a lot of info is hidden away from people just looking up xaya.

    3) You need to possibly sign up and dl an app to even look at the info in the chats, which is a higher barrier to entry than just checking out a forum via your web browser.

    Anyway, what do you think about my suggestion to mirror the chats somewhere?

     


  3. The lack of discussion on these forums makes this coin look dead compared to reality. From a marketing perspective, I question the wisdom of having most of the discussion on mobile apps rather than the open web that anyone can find and easily search... Perhaps those chats can be mirrored somewhere?


  4. Thanks for reaching out.
    
    At the moment, we have do not have any further updates on the distribution of the XAYA airdrop. While our resources are currently being utilised with other projects, we are committed to re-assessing this case to facilitate the airdrop in the future. Please keep an eye on the notices section of our website for updates.
    
    Thank you for your understanding.

    Delayed again... I can't believe they haven't done this, they must be going out of business or something.


  5. On 6/5/2019 at 6:29 PM, Teaman said:

    NO blue screen, but the miner hangs.. and i have to restart the miner manually.

    Actually, I am mining with only a single gtx1060 on a win 7 pc and it would hang whenever the screen turned off (eg after 5 minutes of inactivity). So I had to disable that and the screensaver to mine. Not sure if its related but thought I would mention it.


  6. 51 minutes ago, tyKiwanuka said:

    I have sent some CHI, lets see, if it updates.

    Edit: It did.

    Thanks.... looks like one of the historical trade datasets got corrupted somehow. So it only fails on the top of the hour (when that gets updated). Let me know an address and I can pay you back next week.


  7. I'm out of town at the moment so don't have access to my chi. If someone could send ~9.3 chi to CQHqQ4Go7sAHQToY5KFr3EQrzXdUwbUmp4 it would be greatly appreciated. I want to see if it still updates because it looks like the network stats stopped updating. The richlist is at: http://xayadata.com/

    I can pay it back next week.


  8. 1 hour ago, snailbrain said:

    I believe Daniel did 2 paper wallet additions to 2 currently available paper wallet generators. I think they are in his github. Just needs someone to host them if you are interested.

    I can do that on xayadata... There needs to be some kind of legal disclaimer since I don't know how to check it (or at least haven't tried). I assume if someone is using xaya they trust Daniel already though.


  9. 1 hour ago, snailbrain said:

    I'm not sure there is 3 million.

    The coins have already been distributed and propbably it's those who dumped recently :D

    It's probable that poloniex works like most other exchanges in that coins deposited are swapped to a cold storage address.. i'm guess that is the biggest number on the huc distribuytion list, i think was 500k...
    only guessing tho

    Hmm... I got 3 million chi by assuming the majority of the ones that hadn't moved were stored on poloniex.

    That would work out to ~12 million huc, which does seem high. At block 1.68 Million there would be ~16.8 million HUC. So 3/4 of it would need to be on poloniex.I see that block was mined at 2017-04-05 16:19:31. I assume that is UTC.

    I actually have the order book from 2017-04-05 16:18:47 and the asks sum to:  4,928,730.49836103.

    I'm actually not sure about daylight savings and timezones here... an hour later the sum was: 4,597,915.51620152.

    So at least 4.5-5 million HUC were stored at Poloniex, corresponding to at least 1 million CHI.


  10. Poloniex has officially said "Note: customers who held HUC during the XAYA snapshot last year will be credited XAYA airdrop tokens for withdrawal in the near future - more details coming soon."

    So, will most of these coins get dumped? Is the current dump by people who are anticipating this?


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    for poloniex to release airdrop coins (up to poloniex)

    I somehow missed this in the HUC delisting announcement on poloniex:

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    Note: customers who held HUC during the XAYA snapshot last year will be credited XAYA airdrop tokens for withdrawal in the near future - more details coming soon.

    https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_huc

    So some good news comes of this.

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