Qui a inventé le Bitcoin ? Luno

Bitcoin (BTC) en pleine ascension des Pyramides d’Egypte

Bitcoin (BTC) continue sa tournée mondiale, le monde ne tournant pas autour des pays européens, des Etats-Unis, de la Russie, de la Chine et de la Corée du Sud. Le BTC crée un oasis de revenu dans les déserts – d’emploi – égyptiens. Mirage piégeant les pauvres voyageurs avec des wallets desséchés ou vraie opportunité de revenu alternatif ?

Les trésors cachés de Bitcoin

Bitcoin est une pyramide de Ponzi alors, autant aller au pays des pharaons quitte à subir leur malédiction, non ?
L’Egypte fait partie des pays où Bitcoin est utilisé comme une source de revenu complémentaire ou alternative ; les égyptiens se lancent dans le trading et le minage.
Selon le site d’information Al-Monitor, les égyptiens, en particulier les jeunes, manifestent de plus en plus d’intérêt pour les cryptomonnaies.
L’économiste et conseiller financier Wael al-Nahhas indique que les jeunes investissent de petites sommes dans Bitcoin en dépit de l’augmentation de son cours.
Certains se sont lancés dans le minage de quelques satoshis et obtiennent un profit estimé à 4 à 5%, grâce à la différence entre le prix à l’achat et à la vente.

Moins de travail, plus de Bitcoin

La crise économique actuelle est-elle à l’origine de l’augmentation du nombre de bitcoiners en Egypte ?
Le taux de chômage y est passé de 7,7% à 9,6% au cours de ce second semestre 2020, selon l’Egyptian Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics.
Le trading de BTC devient alors une activité alternative intéressante.
Muhammad Abd el-Baseer, membre de la communauté « Bitcoin Egypt », indique que d’autres facteurs sont à l’origine de l’adoption de Bitcoin : il cite notamment la nécessité d’opter pour le télétravail ainsi que la réduction de la durée du travail mais aussi, l’instauration des couvre-feux. Les Egyptiens sont ainsi plus enclins à trader du BTC durant leur temps libre.
Selon lui, près de 16 000 Egyptiens auraient rejoint la communauté mais, ce nombre pourrait augmenter si ces derniers parviennent à convaincre leurs proches de se tourner vers les cryptomonnaies.
Toutefois, l’absence de législation précise sur les cryptos inquiète les égyptiens qui craignent d’être accusés de fraude.
Des rumeurs indiquent qu’une loi pourrait bientôt voir le jour et clarifier le cadre légal.
Les Dieux égyptiens béniront-ils Bitcoin ? La future législation du pays sur les cryptomonnaies jouera bien évidemment un rôle majeur quant au rythme d’adoption de Bitcoin et des altcoins. Tant que l’Etat ne sort pas une loi écrite en hiéroglyphes, que seuls des experts peuvent comprendre, c’est déjà ça ! Maintenant, il reste à voir si les hautes sphères de l’Égypte veulent suivre l’exemple du Venezuela ou pas…
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August / September monthly report from v1docq47 (CCS + XRM.RU)

This is my monthly progress report (CCS.html) + XMR.RU).
Below is a list of what has been done and translated into Russian for two months of my work.

Monero Video (YouTube)

The following video posted on Monero Russian Community YouTube Channel.

Weekly News:

Short Q&A about Monero:

Monero into Russian (Translation)

The following articles / guides have been translated into Russian and posted on the XMR.RU website and my Github repository.
Note: If 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.

Critical Decentralisation Cluster 36c3 (transcriptions (EN + RU) + translation (RU)):

01 - Monero Introduction (Diego "rehrar" Salazar) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 02 - RIAT Introduction (parasew) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 03 - Swiss Cryptoeconomics Assembly (polto, Ome) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 04 - Namecoin Introduction (Jeremy Rand) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 05 - Open Hardware developed at FOSSASIA (Mario Behling) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 06 - Paralelni Polis (Juraj Bednar) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 07 - Introduction to Replicant (dllud, Denis ‘GNUtoo’ Carikli)​ | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 08 - Open Source Hardware and OSHWA (Drew Fustini) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 09 - ImplicitCAD (Juila Longtin) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 10 - Program in Detail | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU 11 - about:freedom (Bonnie Mehring, Blipp)​ | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 13 - Funding Models of FOSS (Diego “rehrar” Salazar) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 14 - The Sharp Forks We Follow​ | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU 16 - P2P Trading in Cryptoanarchy | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU 17 - Monero’s Adaptive Blockweight Approach to Scaling | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU 18 - Nym (Harry Halpin)​ | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 19 - Digital Integrity of the Human Person | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU 20 - cyber~Congress (Sergey Simanovsky) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 21 - KYC & Crypto-AML Tools (polto) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 22 - Parallel Polis, Temporary Autonomous Zones and Beyond | Transcriptions - EN / RU 23 - MandelBot:HAB - Open Source Ecotecture and Horizontalism | Transcriptions - EN / RU 24 - Adventures and Experiments Adding Namecoin to Tor Browser | Transcriptions - EN / RU 25 - Fair Data Society (Gregor Zavcer) | Transcriptions - EN.md) / RU.md) / XMR.RU 45 - Designing a Communal Computing Interface | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU 47 - Hackatoshi’s Flying Circuit | Transcriptions - EN / RU / XMR.RU

Zero to Monero - Second Edition

https://www.overleaf.com/read/hcmqnvgtfmyh - Chapter 00 - Abstract - Chapter 01 - Introduction - Chapter 02 - Basic Concepts - Chapter 03 - Advanced Schnorr-like Signatures

Monero Outreach Articles

Getmonero.org Posts Blog

LocalMonero Articles

Note: You need "Change Language" to Russian - Why Monero Has A Tail Emission - How CLSAG Will Improve Monero's Efficiency - How Monero Solved the Block Size Problem That Plagues Bitcoin - How Ring Signatures Obscure Monero's Outputs - Monero Best Practices for Beginners - Monero Outputs Explained

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NeuronChain story…

NeuronChain story…
You can read now everywhere about the benefits and solutions that the NeuronChain project offers. And today we want to show the history of our smart network.
Once upon a time at the beginning of the era of digital currencies and blockchain…☺ But seriously, the project began in 2017, talented IT and blockchain engineers were at its origins.
In order to help create a world of inclusive, liberated financial markets, they developed a mission to combine advanced blockchain technologies with the daily operations of the crypto world in a way that produces real-world solutions and supports a new economic sector. NeuronChain allows all users to transact freely, and conduct a variety of financial activities at both a high speed and low cost, with the only technological requirements having a smart device and an internet connection.
There were a few calculated and verified points of the roadmap, which continue to be successfully implemented:
2017 — started the technical primer Study existing options Research, the concepts of hybrid consensus mechanism and the Synapse Protocol were created and tested. A Blockchain network test was also conducted, the operability of remittances, consensus and wallets were also verified, and network attacks were simulated too.
2018 — launched the Neuron Coin on Mainnet, decentralized processing architecture and core optimization were created and tested.
2019 — conceptualized the Neuron Wallet, final tests of the decentralized processing protocol and API for payment processors were conducted.
And finally, 2020 — we are launching and testing the Synapse protocol and the decentralized processing protocol, tested the dPay protocol. So, we’re at an important stage of establishing partners’ networks and are preparing to launch the first ever blockchain based payment system — NeuronChain.
It seems it was just 4 years… But during this time, we took a giant step forward in developing and implementing a really cool project that will change the existing concepts of comfortable trading in digital currencies.
100,000 transactions per second — a new record and reality for blockchain-based payment systems created by NeuronChain! Join our network!

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[À Lire] Tout sur Monero, résumé en Français

Qu'est ce que Monero (XMR)?
Monero est une (crypto-)devise sécurisée, personnelle et intraçable. Monero est Open-source et librement accessible à tous.
Monero est une vraie monnaie que tout le monde peut réellement utiliser dans la vraie vie. Il permet simplement de recevoir des paiements sans de soucier de la provenance des fonds. Avec les systèmes dit 'transparents' comme Bitcoin, Ethereum, Verge ou Dash (par exemple), les personnes ne peuvent qu'espérer (ou bien passer pas mal de temps à vérifier) que le payeur n'a pas utilisé ses fonds de manière frauduleuse. De plus, les vendeurs ne souhaitent pas que les acheteurs soit tracés et connus de tout, tout comme chacun d'entre nous ne veut pas que tout le monde sache combien nous dépensions. Si je dépense plus que je ne devrais sur Amazon, c'est mon problème.
Monero est différent car chacune des transactions est toujours privée. Il n'y a aucun moyen pour une mine ou une plateforme d’échange de devise de désactiver ces transactions privées. Par conséquent, l’anonymat offert par Monero dépasse largement celui des autres cryptomonnaies. À ce jour (depuis le fork de septembre), 100% des transactions cachent l'émetteur, le receveur et le montant. Il n'y a également aucune raison d'avoir peur d'effectuer une transaction privée, puisque toutes les transactions Monero le sont. En aucun cas une transaction peut "briller" plus que les autres.
Cette "privacy" (ce qui relève du privé, au sens personnel) est apportée par ces 4 principales technos :
Il y a bien d'autres choses qui font que Monero est un bon projet :
Maintenant que vous être familier avec Monero, et êtes convaincu qu'il utilise ce qui se fait de mieux en cryptographie, qu'apporte-t-il de plus par rapport aux autres crypto-monnaies ?
Suis-je un forcément un délinquant si j'utilise Monero ?
Non, bien sûr que non. Monero se considère comme la monnaie de la liberté. Il est possible d'en faire ce que l'on veut, où on veut, quand on le veux. Cependant, il n'est évidement pas conseillé de mettre tout ses revenus dedans, bien que nous croyons fortement dans son utilité dans la vie réelle, il y a toujours un risque non négligeable lié aux marchés boursiers. Après, ce que vous en faites ne nous regarde pas ! (et il nous serait impossible de le savoir ! ;) )
D'où vient le mot "Monero" ?
Monero vient de l’Espéranto. Il signifie "pièce de monnaie", "monnaie" ou "devise". Le pluriel de Monero est "Moneroj"
OK. Comment débuter ? Comment stocker mes Moneroj ?
Nous recommandons UNIQUEMENT l'usage des logiciels officiels:
Guide d'installation pour grand-maman !
Y a-t-il un portefeuille léger pour Monero ?
Pas pour le moment, mais il est possible d'utiliser l'interface officielle en la connectant à un nœud existant. C'est vrai que le client officiel est relativement lourd, mais les équipes de devs travaillent durement à son allègement.
Y a-t-il d'autre moyen de stocker des Moneroj ?
Oui, il existe plusieurs portefeuille pour mobile, mais nous ne les recommandons absolument pas car ils ne sont pas issus de développements officiels. Certains ont fait état de perte de Moneroj, de vol ou autre. Si vous voulez tout de même utilisez un portefeuille tiers, faites le en tout état de cause et de connaissance, et pour de petites sommes. La plupart de ces portefeuilles tiers possèdent vos clés privées (ce qui sert à générer votre adresse, et ne doit absolument pas être connue de quiconque (sauf peut-être un avocat, pour vos enfants au cas où )) et donc les moneroj présents ne vous appartiennent pas.
Comment acheter des moneroj ?
Il existe plusieurs plateformes d’échange de cryptomonnaies contre des devises.
Pour changer des crypto-monnaies entre elles:
En France, il existe La Maison du Bitcoin, qui permet d'acheter des bitcoin par virement ou carte bleue. Il suffit ensuite de changer les bitcoins pour des Moneroj (XMR) via Shapeshift ou une des plateformes d’échange listées ci-dessus.
MINING:
Où trouver une bonne mine (pool) ? Monero Pools
Quel logiciel de minage utiliser ? CPU:
GPU:
J'ai un commerçant qui accepte uniquement les bitcoins, mais bitcoin n'est ni privé ni anonyme. Comment faire ?
Il est possible d'utiliser XMR.TO, mais il serait bien de sensibiliser votre vendeur sur l'absence de privacy et d’anonymat inhérent au Bitcoin. ;)
Liste des ARNAQUES avérées:
SubReddit en relation avec le Monero:
(tous en Anglais)
Note:
Ce post est une tentative hasardeuse de traduction faite par moi même du post original du sub principal. Si vous voyez une erreur, une coquille de trad ou une tournure de phrase ambiguë, dites le moi !
Je tenterais la traduction d'un des guides d'utilisation du GUI...
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Weekly news review (September 21-27)

Weekly news review (September 21-27)
Hello all! It's Monday again which means it's time for last week's news highlights!
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The University of St. Gallen in Switzerland is setting its sights on blockchain technology to fight fake diplomas, a type of fraud that has been on the rise globally in recent years.
According to a CNN Money Switzerland interview from Sept. 19, the University of St. Gallen has announced that it is introducing a blockchain-based pilot project to verify the authenticity of its degrees in a matter of seconds rather than several days.
The University of St. Gallen has chosen to partner with Swiss blockchain startup BlockFactory and will use its certification solution to create immutable diplomas that are registered on the Ethereum blockchain.

DoorDash has announced a data breach where an unauthorized user was able to gain access to the personal information of 4.9 million consumers, Dashers, and merchants.
In a security notice published on their site and through emails being sent to affected users, DoorDash states that an unauthorized party was able to gain access to user data on May 4, 2019. The data is only for users, Dashers, and merchants who joined their platform on or before April 5, 2018.
It is not clear how this data was accessed, but they mention that they noticed unusual activity with a third-party service. It is not known if this data was being hosted by a third-party service provider, if they were subject to a supply-chain attack from this service provider, or the unauthorized access originated from this provider.
What we do know is that profile information such as email addresses, delivery addresses, order history, phone numbers, and hashed and salted passwords were exposed. DoorDash also states that for some consumers, Dashers, and merchants, the last four digits of their credit cards or bank accounts were exposed.

IBM is willing to team up with Facebook to develop blockchain technology, an IBM executive said, explaining that developing the blockchain ecosystem is “a team sport.”
“Our clients are ready to work with (Facebook) and we’re ready to work with all of them to bring it together,” Jason Kelley, IBM’s blockchain general manager, said in an interview with CNBC.
Kelley said a company the size of Facebook entering the fray helps to bring more legitimacy to the underlying blockchain technology. However, he did not mention whether IBM was interested in joining Facebook’s stablecoin consortium, known as the Libra Association.

Bitcoin (BTC) has once again shocked investors after a sharp sell-off Tuesday saw it quickly drop $1,000 in value during a single trading session.
Over the course of 30 minutes, beginning at 16:00 UTC on Sept 24, prices dipped below $8,000 — its lowest point since June 12 of this year. In addition, $30 billion has been drawn out of the market over a 24-hour period as investors sought to close their positions amid a frenzied sell-off.

By early 2020, support for Bitcoin payments will be launched at over 25,000 sales points for 30 French retailers, including sportswear giant Decathlon and cosmetics store Sephora.
French crypto news outlet Cryptoglobe reported the development, announced during Paris Retail Week, on Sept. 24.
The new cryptocurrency payments system is launching via a partnership between point-of-sale technology provider Global POS, the EasyWallet application and payments platform Easy2Play.
While payments will be made in Bitcoin (BTC), funds will be automatically converted into euros at the moment of sale.
Alongside Decathlon and Sephora, well-known retailers signing on to the initiative include Boulanger, World House, Intersport, Cultura, Maisons du Monde and Norauto.

Let us know what you think in the comments section down below!
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Account hack please help

PLEASE HELP!!!My college email, as well as all my other accounts, got hacked and received a message (from my own email?) for the demand of almost 400 in Bitcoin to be deposited into this guys account or else he will release pictures he took while using accessing my laptop as well as send them to everyone in my contacts and release all of my passwords/search history/ account information ect. this is what shows up with i "inspect" the message but not sure what to do with it and above that is the actual message itself which is then translated to English using google translate. I am trying to volunteer abroad and become a teacher and am worried that this will have an impact on my goals 我问候你! 我有个坏消息。28/09/2018 - 在这一天,我攻击了您的操作系统并完全访问了您的帐户 [email protected]那天您的帐户密码是: 就是这样。在您当天连接的路由器的软件中,存在一个漏洞。我首先攻击了这个路由器并将恶意代码放在上面。当您通过Internet输入时,我的木马安装在您设备的操作系统上。 之后,我完成了你的磁盘转储(我有你所有的地址簿,查看网站的历史记录,所有文件,电话号码和所有联系人的地址)。 一个月前,我想锁定你的设备并要求少量资金解锁。但我查看了您经常访问的网站。 你最喜欢的资源令我震惊。我说的是成人网站。 我想说 - 你是个大变态者。你有一个令人眼花缭乱的幻想! 在那之后,我想到了一个想法。我制作了你喜欢的成人网站的截图(你知道我的意思,是吗?)。之后,我在浏览本网站时拍摄了你和你的娱乐照片(我使用了你设备的相机)。结果很棒! 不要犹豫! 我深信您不想向您的亲戚,朋友或同事展示这些照片。我认为378美元对于我的沉默是少量的。此外,我花了很多时间在你身上! 我在比特币接受钱。我的BTC钱包: 1Brr1nKR278Tot5hRwEeX4sG1UZbcd5BpR 您不知道如何补充比特币钱包?在任何搜索引擎中写“如何补充btc钱包”。这很简单。 对于付款,你有两天多一点(恰好50小时)。别担心,计时器将在您打开此信件时开始。是的,是的..它已经开始了! 付款后,我的病毒和你的妥协自动毁灭。如果我没有收到您指定的金额,您的设备将被屏蔽,您的所有联系人都会收到您娱乐的照片。 要谨慎!- 不要试图找到并摧毁我的病毒! (您的所有数据都已上传到远程服务器)- 不要试图联系我(这是不可能的,我通过您的帐户向您发送了此电子邮件)- 各种安全服务对您没有帮助;格式化磁盘或销毁设备也无济于事,因为您的数据已经在远程服务器上。 附:我保证,付款后我不会打扰你,因为你不是我唯一的客户。这是一个黑客的荣誉准则。 从现在开始,我建议你使用好的防病毒软件并定期更新(每天几次)! 不要生我的气,每个人都有自己的工作。再见。 ----translation from google translateI greet you! I have a bad news.28/09/2018 - On this day, I attacked your operating system and fully accessed your account [email protected] password for your account that day is: That's it.There is a vulnerability in the software of the router you are connecting to that day.I first attacked this router and put malicious code on it.When you type over the Internet, my Trojan is installed on your device's operating system. After that, I completed your disk dump (I have all your address books, view the history of the site, all files, phone numbers and addresses of all contacts). A month ago, I wanted to lock your device and ask for a small amount of money to unlock it.But I looked at the websites you visit frequently. I am shocked by your favorite resources.I am talking about adult websites. I want to say - you are a big pervert. You have a dazzling fantasy! After that, I thought of an idea.I made a screenshot of your favorite adult website (you know what I mean, is it?).After that, I took photos of you and your entertainment while browsing this website (I used your device's camera).The result is great! Do not hesitate! I am convinced that you do not want to show these photos to your relatives, friends or colleagues.I think the $378 for my silence is a small amount.In addition, I spent a lot of time on you! I accept money in Bitcoin.My BTC wallet: 1Brr1nKR278Tot5hRwEeX4sG1UZbcd5BpR You don't know how to add Bitcoin wallet?Write "How to add a btc wallet" in any search engine.this is very simple. For payment, you have a little more than two days (just 50 hours).Don't worry, the timer will start when you open this letter. Yes, yes.. it has already started! After the payment, my virus and your compromise are automatically destroyed.If I don't receive the amount you specify, your device will be blocked and all your contacts will receive your entertainment photos. Be cautious!- Don't try to find and destroy my virus! (all your data has been uploaded to the remote server)- Don't try to contact me (this is not possible, I sent you this email through your account)- Various security services don't help you; formatting a disk or destroying a device doesn't help, because your data is already on a remote server. PS: I promise that I will not bother you after payment, because you are not my only customer.This is a honour criterion for hackers. From now on, I recommend that you use good anti-virus software and update it regularly (a few times a day)! Don't be angry with me, everyone has their own work.Goodbye. 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Soft-forking the block time to 2 min: my primarily silly and academic (but seemingly effective) entry to the "increase the blockchain's capacity in an arbitrarily roundabout way as long as it's a softfork" competition

So given that large portions of the bitcoin community seem to be strongly attached to this notion that hard forks are an unforgivable evil, to the point that schemes containing hundreds of lines of code are deemed to be a preferred alternative, I thought that I'd offer an alternative strategy to increasing the bitcoin blockchain's throughput with nothing more than a soft fork - one which is somewhat involved and counterintuitive, but for which the code changes are actually quite a bit smaller than some of the alternatives; particularly, "upper layers" of the protocol stack should need no changes at all.
Notes:
The attack vector is as follows. Instead of trying to increase the size of an individual block directly, we will create a softfork where under the softfork rules, miners are compelled to insert incorrect timestamps, so as to trick the bitcoin blockchain into retargeting difficulty in such a way that on average, a block comes every two minutes instead of once every ten minutes, thereby increasing throughput to be equivalent to a 5 MB block size.
First, let us go over the bitcoin block timestamp and difficulty retargeting rules:
The last rule ensures that difficulty adjustments are "clamped" between a 4x increase and a 4x decrease no matter what.
So, how to we do this? Let's suppose for the sake of simplicity that in all examples the soft fork starts at unix time 1500000000. We could say that instead of putting the real time into blocks, miners should put 1500000000 + (t - 1500000000) * 5; this would make the blockchain think that blocks are coming 5x as rarely, and so it would decrease difficulty by a factor of 5, so that from the point of view of actual time blocks will start coming in every two minutes instead of ten. However, this approach has one problem: it is not a soft fork. Users running the original bitcoin client will very quickly start rejecting the new blocks because the timestamps are too far into the future.
Can we get around this problem? You could use 1500000000 + (t - 1500000000) * 0.2 as the formula instead, and that would be a soft fork, but that would be counterproductive: if you do that, you would instead reduce the real-world block throughput by 5x. You could try to look at schemes where you pretend that blocks come quickly sometimes and slowly at other times and "zigzag" your way to a lower net equilibrium difficulty, but that doesn't work: for mathematical reasons that have to do with the fact that 1/x always has a positive second derivative, any such strategy would inevitably gain more difficulty going up than it would lose coming down (at least as long as it stays within the constraint that "fake time" must always be less than or equal to "real time").
However, there is one clever way around this. We start off by running a soft fork that sets fake_time = 1500000000 + (real_time - 1500000000) * 0.01 for as long as is needed to get fake time 12 weeks behind real time. However, we add an additional rule: every 2016th block, we set the block timestamp equal to real time (this rule is enforced by soft-fork: if you as a miner don't do this, other miners don't build on top of your block). This way, the difficulty retargeting algorithm has no idea that anything is out of the ordinary, and so difficulty just keeps adjusting as normal. Note that because the timestamp of each block need only be higher than the median of the timestamps of the previous 11 blocks, and not necessarily higher than that of the immediately previous block, it's perfectly fine to hop right back to fake time after those single blocks at real time. During those 12 weeks, we also add a soft-forking change which invalidates a random 20% of blocks in the first two weeks, a random 36% of blocks in the second two weeks, 50% in the third two weeks, etc; this creates a gap between in-protocol difficulty and de-facto difficulty that will hit 4x by the time we start the next step (we need this to avoid having an 8-week period where block throughput is at 250 kb per 10 minutes).
Then, once we have 12 weeks of "leeway", we perform the following maneuver. We do the first retarget with the timestamp equal to fake time; this increases difficulty by 4x (as the timestamp difference is -12 weeks, which gets clamped to the minimum of 302400 seconds = 0.5 weeks). The retarget after that, we set the timestamp 8 weeks ahead of fake time, so as to get the difficulty down 4x. The retargeting round after that, we determine the actual retargeting coefficient c that we want to have, and clamp it so that 0.5 <= c < 2. We set the block timestamp c * 2 weeks ahead of the timestamp of the previous retargeting block. Then, in the retargeting round after that, we set the block timestamp back at fake time, and start the cycle again. Rinse and repeat forever.
Diagram here: http://i.imgur.com/sqKa00e.png
Hence, in general we spend 2/3 of our retargeting periods in lower-difficulty mode, and 1/3 in higher-difficulty. We choose c to target the block time in lower-difficulty mode to 30 seconds, so that in higher-difficulty mode it will be two minutes. In lower-difficulty mode, we add another softfork change in order to make a random 75% of blocks that get produced invalid (eg. one simple way to do this is to just pretend that the difficulty during these periods is 4x higher), so the actual block time duing all periods will converge toward two minutes - equivalent to a throughput of 5 MB every ten minutes.
Note that a corollary of this is that it is possible for a majority of miners to collude using the technique above to make the block rewards come out 5x faster (or even more) than they are supposed to, thereby greatly enriching themselves at the expense of future network security. This is a slight argument in favor of bitcoin's finite supply over infinite supply models (eg. dogecoin), because in an infinite supply model this means that you can actually permanently expand issuance via a soft fork rather than just making the existing limited issuance come out faster. This is a quirk of bitcoin's difficulty adjustment algorithm specifically; other algorithms are immune to this specific trick though they may be vulnerable to tricks of their own.
Homework:
EDIT:
I looked at the code again and it seems like the difficulty retargeting algorithm might actually only look 2015 blocks back every 2016 blocks rather than every 2016 blocks (ie. it checks the timestamp difference between block 2016*k+2015 and 2016*k, not 2016*k+2016 and 2016*k as I had assumed). In that case, the timestamp dance and the initial capacity adjustment process might actually be substantially simpler than I thought: it would simply be a one-step procedure of always setting the timestamp at 2016*k to equal real time and then setting the timestamp of 2016*k+2015 to whatever is convenient for achieving the desired difficulty adjustment.
EDIT 2:
I think I may have been wrong about the effectiveness of this strategy being limited by the minimum safe block time. Specifically, note that you can construct a soft fork where the in-protocol difficulty drops to the point where it's negligible, and say that all blocks where block.number % N != 0 have negligible difficulty but blocks where block.number % N = 0 are soft-forked to have higher de-facto difficulty; in this case, a miner's optimal strategy will be to simultaneously generate N-1 easy blocks and a hard block and if successful publish them as a package, creating a "de-facto block" of theoretically unlimited size.
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NiceHash's stolen BTC is getting liquidated

Here is the wallet the original theft went to - https://bitinfocharts.com/bitcoin/address/1EnJHhq8Jq8vDuZA5ahVh6H4t6jh1mB4rq
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QuarkChain Fundamental Analysis - Insights on value proposition, team, and SWOT Analysis

QuarkChain aims at solving blockchain’s scalability issue without compromising security and decentralization. Its blockchain is scalable, permission-less, and decentralized.

Let's Decrypt QuarkChain ICO Use Case

What Problem QuarkChain is Addressing?

Although blockchain has been praised as the technology that will change the world as we know it, it has its limitations. Limitations that stand in the way of implementing and adopting this new technology. Three of the biggest obstacles the technology has to overcome before achieving widespread adoption by businesses bother around scalability, security, and decentralization.
Scalability: If you were in the crypto space around December 2017, when the price of Bitcoin spiked, as well as when the notorious Cryptokitties came onboard on the Ethereum platform, you’d agree that the network was highly congested. Transactions went unconfirmed for hours and days, and transaction fees also hit the roofs.
Now think about the number of transactions payment processors like Visa and Alipay handle every day in order to meet the demand of their customers. While Visa can handle about 45,000 transactions per second (TPS), and Alipay over 250,000 TPS, Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains, which are legacy projects, can handle only 7 TPS, and 15 TPS, respectively. Shocking, right?
Blockchains currently does not have the infrastructure to un-sit these companies. Blockchains like Bitcoin are struggling to scale. And as we see increased adoption and increased transactions, there will be a need for larger storage, bandwidth, and computing power.
And while the Lightning Network has been hailed as the solution to the scalability problem, it introduces a centralized payment processing for a supposedly decentralized blockchain, thus threatening the future of blockchains that utilize it. In trying to scale the network, security and decentralization challenges arise.
Security: There is a notable security flaw in blockchains. Because of the ways blockchains have been built, if more than half of the computers working as nodes to validate the network decide to tell a lie, then that lie becomes the truth. This is known as the 51% attack, where a particular person or group of persons have the ability to manipulate the network. Although this is currently very unlikely because of the associated costs of setting up a mining pool with such computing power, breakthroughs in quantum computing can see this happen.
Decentralization: Blockchain transactions have been hyped as decentralized, and rightly so – meaning they are not controlled by any central government. However, in reality, we have seen the formation of mining pools, and organizing several nodes into voting blocks. This is a threat to the decentralized nature of blockchain because an uneven distribution of power (hashrate) creates a centralized system. In 2013 for example, the top 6 mining pools of Bitcoin had 75% of the coin’s overall hashing power. Now think about what happens if they secretly come together.

QuarkChain Value Proposition

QuarkChain aims to solve blockchain’s scalability problem. Their target is 1 million on-chain transactions per second. To achieve this, the project takes a two-layer structure. The first layer consists of “elastic sharded” blockchains, while the second is known as the root blockchain.
Elastic sharding will allow large databases to be partitioned into smaller, faster, and more manageable components known as data shards. Legacy blockchain projects currently have to deal with large databases as the network grows.
Shards from the first layer are then pushed to the root blockchain which confirms transactions (blocks). Interestingly, the second layer can be further sharded, without changing the root layer.
In addition to a two-layer structure, another unique feature of QuarkChain is market-driven collaborative mining which will add an extra layer of security. Put differently, 50% of the network’s hash power will be devoted to its root blockchain in order to prevent double spending attacks. Additionally, multiple, smaller, and cheaper nodes can come together to create a super node.
The bottom line of all these technologies is that QuarkChain will have 8 minor blockchains with a target block time of 10 seconds, as well as a root blockchain with a target block time of 150 seconds.
Other noteworthy features of QuarkChain is its efficient cross-shard transactions which comprises of in-shard and cross-shard options. For in-shard transactions the input and output addresses of the transaction are in the same shard. Cross-shard transactions on the other hand have their input and output addresses in different shard. Ideally, as the number of shards increase, the speed of cross-shard transactions will increase.
Developers can also deploy their smart contracts to QuarkChain because the network supports smart contracts running within the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).

The QuarkChain's Leadership Team

QuarkChain is made up of a team of 10 members and 6 advisors. The team boasts of individuals with adequate academic and working credentials. Some members of the team do not work full time and appear not to have an extremely blockchain-rich experience. However, we can cut them some slack on this, the technology is still new.
QuarkChain was founded by Qi Zhou who has degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. He is a software engineer and an expert in high performance systems, and carries over 15 years of development experience. He has experience working as a software engineer in Google, DELL, and Facebook (all notable companies).
Some other members of the team include: * ZhaoGuang Wang (Senior Software Engineer) * Ting Du (CMO for China) * Anthurine Xiang (CMO) * Kyle Wang (COO)
Highlighted below are some members of the advisory board working with QuarkChain * Leo Wang – Head of Pre-Angel VC and ardent crypto investor * Mike Miller – Liquid2 Ventures, Founder and Chief Scientist at IBM Cloudant * Bill More – FoundeCEO of DSSD * Arun Phadke – Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Virginia Tech

QuarkChain Target Market

For a start, QuarkChain is trying to solve blockchain’s scalability issues by significantly increasing the number of transactions per second. This will provide a congestion-free network that will facilitate the adoption of blockchain by big industries and businesses. This is not limited to social media, IoT, high frequency trading, gaming, and financial payments.
Top contenders in this space include Zilliqa, Kaadena, Ethereum, Thunder Token, Bitcoin, and several others.

QuarkChain Roadmap

QuarkChain already has an MVP. Their closed Testnet demonstrated a capacity of 2,000 transactions per second, which puts it ahead of most blockchain 3.0 projects with higher valuation. A public Testnet is expected in May, 2018.
Other milestones on their roadmap include Testnet 0.2 which will support features like smart contract, and reshard as well as 10,000 TPS. This is scheduled for the second quarter of 2018.
By Q4, they are expected to release QuarkChain Core 1.0, Mainnet 1.0, and Smart Wallet, with a target of 100,000 TPS. Achieving 1,000,000 TPS is expected to happen in Q2 of 2019.

QuarkChain SWOT Analysis

Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
In conclusion, QuarkChain has a novel idea because scalability is one of the key issues which stays in the way of mass adoption of blockchain technology. Finding a project that doesn’t compromise on security and decentralization while trying to solve scalability issues is a hard one. However, if QuarkChain is able to pull this off then they’ll be on their way to the moon.
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How to Trade Bitcoin Part 1: Getting Ready to Trade

The first part of our bitcoin trading guide series explains the basics of bitcoin and trading terminology. Instructions are also provided for buying bitcoin and getting ready to trade on BTC.sx. We originally produced the first part of this guide for our own traders to get started with our platform. However, after some really good feedback we thought we should share it publicly too. So please bear with us if it is quite orientated to our own platform. Future parts will be much more applicable to trading in general.
Here is what we have planned for the series:
1) Getting ready to trade (this post)
2) Making your first trade
3) Basics of technical analysis
4) Advanced TA
5) Developing a sustainable strategy
Please let us know if there are any topics you would like specifically covered and whether or not articles are the best format for learning.
Why should you listen to what we have to say?
Our CEO turned $100 into $200k by trading bitcoin, our COO previosuly worked at senior management level at Deutsche Bank and UBS, and one of our advisers has a Wall Street background as a Portfolio Manager and is a Chartered Market Technician.
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This article begins with an overview of bitcoin, how to buy bitcoin and how to manage risk. The remainder of the article focuses on understanding trading terminology and creating a bitcoin trading account on BTC.sx.
What is bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a digital currency that uses encryption, rules of mathematics and a decentralized network to control the creation of more bitcoins and verify transactions. Bitcoin was designed to operate as ‘digital gold’ — it resembles a commodity but can be used as a currency. Bitcoin can be traded for fiat currency, like dollars or pounds, creating opportunities to profit from trading price fluctuations.
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Why is bitcoin so volatile?
Compared to the price of gold, the price of bitcoin has exhibited much larger price swings. Typically the price of gold will change by just a few percent each week, but bitcoin’s price often changes by 10% or more — even in a ‘flat’ market.
Volatility is generally considered a good thing by bitcoin traders because it creates opportunities to buy lower and sell higher than flat markets.
The primary reason why bitcoin is volatile is because it has a small market cap and low trading volume. Market cap is the number of units (bitcoin here) in circulation multiplied by the value (bitcoin price here).
For example, bitcoin has a market cap of about $3 billion vs $31 billion for the a gold ETF (GLD is the most popular American gold investment vehicle). Additionally, the daily average trading volume for bitcoin is about $12 million vs approximately $939 million for the gold ETF.
The result of this small market cap and low trading volume is that less trading less money is required to make a large difference in supply and demand.
For instance, if a trader wants to buy $3 million worth of bitcoin this represents 33% of the daily trading volume and would push the price up approximately 14%, at the time of writing. However, buying $3 million worth of the gold ETF is just 0.3% of the daily trading volume and is nothing compared to the hundreds of millions of trades that influence gold’s price.
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Further information
The information we have provided about bitcoin is only the bare essentials a trader needs to know. If you are completely new to bitcoin, also consider exploring these external resources:
We Use Coins
Bitcoin.org
Bitcoin Wiki
2. How to Manage Risk
Risk of buying bitcoin
As discussed above, bitcoin is an extremely volatile asset. Besides increasing in value, bitcoin’s price can also dramatically fall. When buying bitcoin, never invest more than you can afford to lose.
You cannot lose more than you put in, so don’t put in more than you can afford to lose and you’ll be all right, even in the most negative case. - Rpietila, Bitcoin and commodity investor
Risk of trading bitcoin
Furthermore, investing more than one can afford to lose reduces a trader’s ability to make good decisions. In particular, there is a risk of ‘panic selling’ when the market declines slightly. Instead of holding throughout a market dip, someone who is over-invested may panic and sell-off their holdings for a low price — attempting to cut their losses. This tends to lead to losing more money when the market recovers and the trader buys back at a higher price.
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Simply, the best way to manage your risk is to not invest more than you can afford to lose. At BTC.sx, losses cannot exceed your deposit — so simply make sure this is a comfortable amount for you to trade with.
3. Understand Basic Bitcoin Trading Terminology
Trading
Trading is the act of buying, selling or exchanging one asset for another. Exchanging Bitcoin for US dollars, for instance, is trading.
Position
A position is similar a trade, which can either be long (buying bitcoin) or short (selling bitcoin). Like a trade you profit from a long/buy position when the price rises; and you profit from a short/sell position when the price falls.
Unlike a trade, a position has an open and close. At BTC.sx you begin by depositing bitcoin. Then you may acquire more bitcoin or US dollars by opening a position. When the position is closed you are left with just more or less bitcoin than the value deposited — this depends on how profitable your position was.
Trading platform
A trading platform, like BTC.sx, is a place where traders go to enter positions. Unlike an exchange, it is uncommon for to use platforms for exchanging one asset for another. Typically trading platforms also include more advanced features, such as leverage.
Leverage
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Leverage is borrowing assets for the purposes of increasing potential trading returns. This is also known as margin trading.
Trading with 10x leverage on BTC.sx, allows you to deposit 1 bitcoin and trade with 10 bitcoins. When you are done trading (closing a position) you return the 10 bitcoin and keep any profits made.
For example, let’s say your trading has been going well and you are consistently making a 10% return each week. Trading with 1 bitcoin, your profit is 0.1 bitcoin. However, with 10 bitcoins your profit is 1 bitcoin — this is the power of leverage when used correctly.
Although leverage does also increase trading risk exposure, your losses can never exceed your deposit at BTC.sx. Furthermore, your risk of an exchange failure is reduced because you are trading with 9 bitcoins that belong to BTC.sx and only 1 bitcoin of your own.
Exchange
Unlike trading platforms, investors use exchanges to swap an asset for another. For example, Bitstamp allows investors to trade their local currency for Bitcoin, or vice versa. Exchanges are the main determinants of bitcoin’s price because they contain an order book.
At an exchange you can either be a market maker or a market taker.
Market maker
A market maker sets the price they wish to buy or sell at and waits for a market taker who agrees to that price.
Market taker
A market taker finds a market maker that is offering a desirable price and quantity then immediately trades with them.
Order book
An order book is a list investors wanting to buy and sell an asset at specified quantities and prices. These are the market makers. Below is an annotated explanation of a bitcoin exchange order book. Picture the order book as a very hectic auction and the concept should be easier to understand.
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Sell orders: “Asks”
This part of the order book lists the prices and quantities investors wish to sell bitcoin at. Here the cheapest seller is offering 2.3467 bitcoin at a price of $244.58. As these investors are asking for a price to sell at, these are called asks.
Buy orders: “Bids”
This part of the order book lists the prices and quantities investors wish to buy bitcoin at. Here the most expensive buyer is willing to purchase 0.5 bitcoin at a price of $244.43. As these investors are bidding for a price to buy at, these are called bids.
Current bitcoin price
This is the last price at which bitcoin was exchanged for US dollars. Given that buyers will fulfill the cheapest ask, and sellers will fulfill the most expensive bid, the price will always fall between the the cheapest ask and most expensive bid.
In this example, the price is $244.39 — the same as the most expensive bid. This means that the last bitcoin trade was a market taker selling to a market maker. This is also a demonstration of a seller always wanting to sell to the highest bidder.
Order book depth
This depth graph visualizes the amount of asks and bids at various prices. The more bitcoins that are available at a price, the ‘deeper’ the graph is. Naturally, as sellers do not want to ask for cheap prices and buyers do not want to buy for expensive prices, the graph is normally shallow in the middle.
If the chart is one-sided, it suggests that the market may be feeling bullish or bearish. In the above example, a lot of investors want to sell at $245 which would make it difficult for the price to rise beyond that. Conversely, the shallow graph on the bid side shows not many people want to buy bitcoin at these prices. This is typical of a bearish market.
Order book execution
An important feature of BTC.sx is that the positions our users open/close make buys and sells on exchange order books. In practice, when our users click buy, US dollars is used to buy bitcoin from the order book bids. Conversely, when our users click sell, bitcoin is sold for US dollars from the order book asks.
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Why is this important?
Firstly, when you trade on BTC.sx you do so with leverage. This means you can have a larger impact in the market and move the price in your favour. In the above example using just 1.3 bitcoin at 10x leverage would create buy 13 bitcoin from the asks. This helps drives the price up because now the cheapest ask is $244.61. If the market sees this as a bullish sign then others may follow, sparking a price rally.
Secondly, order book execution means that BTC.sx does not trade against our users. Trading platforms that do not offer this execution are acting as market makers and stand to profit from their traders losing money. At BTC.sx we want our traders to be profitable so they can keep trading.
*4. How to Buy Bitcoin * As a bitcoin-only trading platform, BTC.sx only accepts bitcoin deposits. This allows you to begin trading in minutes and without verifying your identity.
If you do not yet own any bitcoin there are a number of places that bitcoin can be bought from, including:
Circle
Coinbase
LocalBitcoins
Click here to see other ways to buy bitcoin in each region of the world.
To store your bitcoin you will also need a wallet, such as MultiBit or Blockchain.info.
5. Create an Account on BTC.sx
Once you have bitcoin, you are ready to start trading. Head over to BTC.sx to begin the registration process.
1. Click ‘Sign Up’
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2. Enter your details and read and agree with the terms of service
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3. Click on the email activation code
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4. Login to your account
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5. Visit trade screen
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6. Send a deposit to BTC.sx
You are now one step away from being ready to trade bitcoin. All that is required is to send a deposit by following these instructions:
1. Click on ‘Deposit’ in the trading screen
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2. Send bitcoin to your wallet address
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If you do not know how to send bitcoin please contact your wallet provider for assistance.
Conclusion** ** You should now be in a position where you understand the basics of bitcoin, trading terminology and have an account on BTC.sx to begin trading.
In part 2 we will be covering fundamental analysis, the basics of technical analysis and how to make your first trade. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for future updates.
If you have not yet signed up for an account on BTC.sx click here. The registration process takes just two minutes and does not require any identity verification documents
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TomoCoin, do not miss this project!

If you have not checked out TomoCoin yet then I urge you to do so.
This project is very promising, Very solid team & superb advisors.
Token metric Token Symbol: TMC
Website: https://tomocoin.io/
White Paper: yes-Tomocoin Whitepaper
Crowdsale Hard Cap: $ 1 million
Total Supply: 100,000,000
Token Distribution: 50% crowdsale, 15% to the company, advisors and bounties, 35% to Reward Engine / Ecosystem Building program
Price per Token: 1 TMC = $ 0.25 USD
Accepted Payments: ETH Important
Dates: Crowdsale- 3/1/18
Expected Token Release: 3/15/18
A few key points:
+To address the issue of scalability, Tomochain is envisioned to be a network of chains that support decentralized apps and token issuances built on an instant confirmation, near zero transaction fee smart contract. Central to the roadmap for adoption is “horizontal scaling”; Tomochain will be a second layer blockchain with improved performance functions integrated into Ethereum via atomic cross-chain transfers. An ecosystem building program is planned to help facilitate development of dapps for the long term growth of the project.
+The Tomoapp will be the first consumer application utilizing the Tomochain infrastructure. The Tomoapp will be a tokenized version of the offchain Q&A social network, which is already available for download and has an estimated user base of 10k+. Once Tomocoin is integrated into the app, each user will obtain a Tomowallet and receive rewards from other users for his or her contribution to the network.
+The underlying token of the project is Tomocoin (TMC). TMC will initially be released as an ERC-20 token, but will deploy a separate protocol once the mainnet is released, retaining an architecture based on Ethereum that instead integrates a Masternode design for scalability. The ERC-20 token will allow users to sell and buy tokens via third party exchanges. Tomochain itself will act as a sidechain, via atomic cross-chain transfer, hosting all financial transactions that occur on Tomochain apps and facilitating interoperability between the two.
Team:
Team. Long Vuong also known as “UtopianFuture”: Project Leader, CEO of TomoChain and founder of Tomo app, co-founder and the former project lead of very successful NEM blockchain (New Economy Movement). PhD candidate in economics. Son Nguyen Chief Technology Officer, Director of Engineering of Tomo app. Son is an experienced and accomplished technical leader, founder of the Blockchain Developer group with more than 700 developers. Master degree in Engineering. Tung Hoang Front-end Engineering Manager, Co-founder of Tomo app. Product manager, frontend engineer, open-source contributor. Tung is a versatile engineer who get almost everything done in the fastest time possible. Minh Chu Blockchain and Product Leader, Chief Cloud Architect of VCCloud - one of the biggest “AWS like” local cloud service in South East Asia. Minh has a deep technology research expertise and is a security expert. Ho Le Advisor, more than 10 years of experiences in Finance, Investment and Management at the highest level. Director of Investment Banking at HCM securities.
Chelsea Lam Advisor, Co-founder of Munchee application, an ex-Googler and worked at Vmware. Blockchain and Marketing enthusiast.
Androklis Polymenis also known as “kLee”:
Advisor, Co-founder of CryptXO Investment/Trading group, a cryptocurrency veteran involved with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency since 2011. A well-known angel investor and philanthropist in his home country Greece and in Europe. Min Kim Advisor, Founder of Blocultural Studios and Head of BD at The Bee Token. Previously Chief of Staff of Civic, previously worked with Tim Draper on PR and marketing on blockchain initiatives. Shekhar Bhusannavar Advisor, General manager at Meed Fintech and Biz development director at Timo bank, Shekhar is originally from India and have more than 30 years of experiences in biz development, partnership, marketing and financial technology. Chance Du Advisor, General partner at Coefficient Ventures, Investors in Protocol Lab and Atrium LTS, Mentor in Alchemist Accelerator.
Roadmap:
Q2 / 2017 Alpha launch Tomoapp • Android / iOS app • Peer to peer Question and Answer • Answer via Video in 1 minute • Token
Q3 / 2017 Beta launch Tomoapp • Multiple language communities • Anonymous questions, comments • Token integration framework • Tomochain blockchain design
Q4 / 2017 Tomochain development • POA concensus design • Second layer blockchain infrastructure design • Tomochain’s testnet • Atomic cross-chain transfers on testnet
Q1/2018 Tomochain development• POA concensus development• Cross-chain smart contracts• Tomochain scalability testing• Tomochain zero fee and instant cofirmation testing
Q2/2018 Token integration,Token integration on Tomochain testnet,Reward engine implemetation,Tomochain alpha public release,Spam, DDOS detection algorithm
Q3/2018 Tomoapp official release,Tomoapp official release with Tomochain integration, Reward engine starts on mainnet,APIs for third party bots and app,Tomo Wallet
Q4/2018 Tomochain official release,Tomochain solution for external parties,Smart contract templates,Decentralized exchange integration,Plasma framework smart contract integration
After studying this project, I can conclude that with this team, the project has a great future, will carry out all planned plans and make a new, safe, efficient, accessible, transparent financial system for everyone.
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TomoCoin the best ICO in 2018

TomoCoin What is this? Another fake with great promises, is it really a big project that will go into the history of Blockchain infrastructure creation for the Internet value. Since the 90's we have seen a big breakthrough in the development of technology, and today we can confidently conclude that the industry and the infrastructure of the Internet value is already an integral part of our lives. Internet value is understood as the stage when values and digital assets exist as a packet of information on the Internet through the technology of blocks.
What does the project have to do with it? TomoCoin seeks to be the leading force in creating this era. TomoChain and TomoCoin can be a leading part of this phenomenon by flawless fusion of the ecosystem of social and consumer applications, integrated with cryptographically tokenami used millions of basic users with a unique architecture of block storage that provides fast unattended payment and secure, decentralized, and the trust store of value. The main goal is to include many decentralized applications and support thousands of cryptographic tokens. As a result of integrating TomoChain with the Ethereum network, the user will receive almost hopeless transaction fees as well as intelligent contracts that will be the perfect solution for decentralized applications, token generation and integration. tokens for small and big business. Together with the Tomo application, all functions will be convenient and easy to use. The purpose of the Tomo program is to create a new decentralized social network with built-in cryptography, where each work will be highlighted and remunerated by TomoCoin, which will be the native currency of the Tomo program. In order to bridge the gap between a kriptovalûtnoï and major user-created safe and convenient wallet, which provides financial control to end users, is one of the most important parts of the infrastructure Internet value. " Wallet includes many features and features such as: - Allows users to safely store TomoCoin, Ethereum and other coins and tokens on Ethereum or TomoChain. - Users will be able to securely send a TomoCoin message and other coins and tokens to your friends and contacts. - Accuracy of Bots and Crawlers Detection Home Transaction history screen
This Tomo program will become the first social consumer using TomoChain. The beta version of the program is available on TomoApp.com with thousands of weekly active users and is available for download on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
Roadmap for product development is as follows: - Set a price for TomoCoin for your response to your admirers; Set a price for people to view your content - Raise the video you create using TomoCoin - Create a channel and charge a card in TomoCoin to access your channel - Give TomoCoin virtual gifts to live streamers - Motor Integration Award from TomoCoin - Get access to the digital avatar and disguise on a TomoCoin-managed market - Access to private messaging for secure communication
We are already familiar with the problems that may arise as a result of overloading the Ethereum network, in order to get rid of these problems, the team is already developing a TomoChain solution to better meet its goals, as well as support for the TomoCoin Crypto-Currency feature. TomoChain is a comprehensive solution for scaling problems with the TomoApp or other major applications on Ethereum or other block cubicles in general. TomoChain is a publicly available blockbuster with integrated functions of a smart contract (currently based on the Ethereum code base), which allows for almost zero payment and instantaneous transfer speed with public checking of financial transactions. TomoChain decides to use the Proof of Authority and create nodes in multiple locations to make sure the database is in a very secure, unchanged state. The third-party API will also be standardized and published at the next development stage. Below is an integrated TomoApp and TomoWallet architecture using the TomoChain infrastructure and Ethereum block connection. TomApp TomoApp is a social network of nativnoû kriptovalûtoû. TomoApp uses Microservice architecture to be customizable and extensible. Store storage TomoApp uses several types of databases to meet the requirements of specific functions. TomoCoin will also be used as a method of payment for all third-party provided services and programs. Financial transaction will be hešovana and stored in blockchain to ensure safety and transparency of data and maintain a high level of confidence. TomoApp works with two chains: first block-block Ethereum, which will be used for the production of tokenu ERC-20, and will allow users to sell and buy tokens through a third-party Exchange. The second one is the side chain (TomoChain), which will place all financial transactions on TomoApp. Both the side and the "Reward" engine will interact with our "Smart Contracts".
Roadmap.
Q2/2017 Alpha launch Tomoapp • Android/iOS app • Peer to peer Question and Answer • Answer via Video in 1 minute • Token integration investigation Members Content Sell tokens
Q3/2017 Beta launch Tomoapp • Multiple language communities • Anonymous questions, comments • Token integration framework • Tomochain blockchain design
Q4/2017 Tomochain development • POA concensus design • Second layer blockchain infrastructure design • Tomochain's testnet
• Atomic cross-chain transfers on testnet
Q1/2018 Tomochain development (We are here) • POA concensus development • Cross-chain smart contracts • Tomochain scalability testing • Tomochain zero fee and instant cofirmation testing
Q2/2018 Token integration • Token integration on Tomochain testnet • Reward engine implemetation • Tomochain alpha public release • Spam, DDOS detection algorithm
Q3/2018 Tomoapp official release • Tomoapp official release with Tomochain integration • Reward engine starts on mainnet
• APIs for third party bots and app • Tomo Wallet
Q4/2018 Tomochain official release • Tomochain solution for external parties • Smart contract templates • Decentralized exchange integration • Plasma framework smart contract integration Future Make Tomocoin more valuable • Build community • Infrastructure upgrades • ICO platform on Tomochain • Decentralized governance
Team. Long Vuong also known as “UtopianFuture”: Project Leader, CEO of TomoChain and founder of Tomo app, co-founder and the former project lead of very successful NEM blockchain (New Economy Movement). PhD candidate in economics. Son Nguyen Chief Technology Officer, Director of Engineering of Tomo app. Son is an experienced and accomplished technical leader, founder of the Blockchain Developer group with more than 700 developers. Master degree in Engineering. Tung Hoang Front-end Engineering Manager, Co-founder of Tomo app. Product manager, frontend engineer, open-source contributor. Tung is a versatile engineer who get almost everything done in the fastest time possible. Minh Chu Blockchain and Product Leader, Chief Cloud Architect of VCCloud - one of the biggest “AWS like” local cloud service in South East Asia. Minh has a deep technology research expertise and is a security expert. Ho Le Advisor, more than 10 years of experiences in Finance, Investment and Management at the highest level. Director of Investment Banking at HCM securities.
Chelsea Lam Advisor, Co-founder of Munchee application, an ex-Googler and worked at Vmware. Blockchain and Marketing enthusiast.
Androklis Polymenis
Advisor, Co-founder of CryptXO Investment/Trading group, a cryptocurrency veteran involved with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency since 2011. A well-known angel investor and philanthropist in his home country Greece and in Europe. Min Kim Advisor, Founder of Blocultural Studios and Head of BD at The Bee Token. Previously Chief of Staff of Civic, previously worked with Tim Draper on PR and marketing on blockchain initiatives. Shekhar Bhusannavar Advisor, General manager at Meed Fintech and Biz development director at Timo bank, Shekhar is originally from India and have more than 30 years of experiences in biz development, partnership, marketing and financial technology. Chance Du Advisor, General partner at Coefficient Ventures, Investors in Protocol Lab and Atrium LTS, Mentor in Alchemist Accelerator.
After studying this project, I can conclude that with this team, the project has a great future, will carry out all planned plans and make a new, safe, efficient, accessible, transparent financial system for everyone. For a more detailed study of the project, go to https://tomocoin.io/
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Advice to the noobs (from a recent former noob)

The following post by wittysoul76 is being replicated because the post has been silently greylisted(for 12.3 hours).
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The original post's content was as follows:
As stated by a few others here, my sincere suggestion to you is that you spend your time peeling back the layers under Bitcoin and learning about how it works under the hood instead of reacting to GDAX swings and memes. I thought it might help to list some questions that you can look at and answer for yourselves by learning about bitcoin from the various resources here and elsewhere on the internet. I just came up with it in the last 10 minutes so there may be some key aspects missing, but if you can answer these for yourselves, I think you can feel good about moving up a notch. I still personally consider myself very much a newcomer in the space, but with every new thing I learn, I find myself having more and more aha moments about things going on in crypto and bitcoin. Hope this helps!
Crypto and Keys:
  • What is a hash function? What is collision? How does SHA-256 work?
  • What is public key cryptography? How does RSA and (more relevant to Bitcoin) ECDSA work at a high level?
  • How do digital signatures work? It’s pretty amazing that one can confirm that a signature used a private key belonging to a known public key without revealing the private key. Understand why that is and how it works.
  • How do you get from a 256 bit random private key to a bitcoin address? How do hierarchical deterministic keys work within wallets? What is the process by which your 16 or 24 seed words can get you to your unique keys?
  • Side note: appreciate why a true random key is so important for this to all work. Weak pseudorandom stuff is highly insecure.
Structure of Transactions and Blocks:
  • What does a Bitcoin transaction look like?
  • Understand how you have to fully spend the coins in a transaction. Understand change addresses and how transaction fees are designated.
  • What are hash pointers? How are inputs linked to prior outputs?
  • How do locking and unlocking scripts work?
  • [Advanced] Study the common P2PKH (Pay-To-Public-Key-Hash) and P2SH (Pay-To-Script-Hash) pubkey scripts and the SCRIPT language important opcodes. Map out how they work by pushing opcodes and data on the stack and working through them for the above script types.
  • [Advanced] What is transaction malleability? What is Segwit? How does Segwit fix this problem (among other benefits)?
  • What does a bitcoin block look like?
  • How are blocks linked together in a blockchain?
  • How are transactions linked together in a block?
  • [Advanced] What is a Merkle tree? What is the advantage of a Merkle tree structure over a traditional linked list of transactions in a block?
Mining:
  • What is Bitcoin mining? What is its role in the ecosystem?
  • What is Proof of Work?
  • How does a miner create a block? What is their reward? *What is a coinbase transaction?
  • What happens if two miners simultaneously create a block? How does the blockchain extend?
  • How does pool mining work?
Full and SPV nodes/clients:
  • How do nodes communicate with each other over the Bitcoin network?
  • What are full nodes vs SPV clients?
  • How do SPV clients work without storing the full blockchain locally?
  • [Advanced] Mechanics of Bloom Filters
Security:
You already know by now how the cryptographic portion of the security works. But what about malicious miners and actors.
  • What is the double spend problem? How does bitcoin solve the double spend problem?
  • How does Bitcoin achieve distributed consensus? *Appreciate that this is a probabilistic solution.
  • [Advanced] Study Poisson processes and convince yourself why 6 confirmations are good enough
  • What is a 51% attack? How do the incentives in the system today make this unlikely? (except maybe malicious state actors who don't care about the massive capex. But how much hashpower would a malicious state actor need to gain control?]
Topic du jour: How to scale bitcoin?
Warning: controversial topic and the source of the discrepancy between BTC and BCH. Just focus on understanding the concerns from a technical pov first.
  • What is the scaling problem?
  • What is on chain scaling via blocksize increase? What are the concerns with this (linear solution to an exponential problem, more likely leads to mining centralization. Make up your own mind about whether you agree with those two assertions)?
[Disclosure: I find more merit in the BTC scaling argument than the BCH scaling argument, but at this point, I do not understand the deep dive details behind LN yet. Work in progress.]
  • What is the Lightning network? How does this scaling solution work?
  • Making transactions smaller would be another way to improve. How does Segwit work?
[edit: formatting] [edit 2: sorry, this is inadvertently the second instance of this post. I already posted this last night]
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