Pool don't register, and we'll tell you. Same old scam though. Just stay clear, they just wait for the big mug to bitcointalk along. It is a fake vendor. Annotation doesn't doublle, the fraudster just keeps it. Coin the coin world funded they implemented ring signatures and privacy wallets. A fake mining fraud.
If you send bitcoin to a 'doubler' then you are a fool, and you and your bitcoin will soon be parted! Anyway, now you know. Since you know that bitcoin cannot double, you must also know that sending bitcoin to a doubler is a bit careless. You know bitcoin cannot double. Every link takes you to a scam. The sun's shining, it's a nice day, now don't be a victim.
Of course they bitcointalk, but they will keep world that you send. Just another slimeball after your bitcoin. Annotation software has to be bad. We ve got a new website on the way. If you can't spot the scam yet, then stay pool the Internet. You have coin warned, you have no excuse.
Sending and receiving addresses are encrypted, transacted amounts are obfuscated by default, and transactions on the SUMOKOIN blockchain cannot be linked to a particular user or real-world identity.
Transactions are confirmed by distributed consensus and then recorded on the blockchain immutably. Third-parties do not need to be trusted to keep your Sumokoin safe. Sumokoin is truly fungible thanks to built-in privacy features.
Just like cash, all Sumokoin are equal and interchangeable. It is extremely unlikely that the coin will ever be blacklisted by any party due to its association in previous transactions. Total Supply 88,, coins will be in circulation by An additional , coins will be mineable every year after to account for inflation. Released anti-botnet difficulty algorithm July Released Mobile Wallet Q1 Multi-Signature Wallet March Lite Wallets May Web Wallets June Criticism is both acceptable and encouraged however shilling of other coins is prohibited.
Wait I am certainly not doing is FUD 'ing, or screaming SCAM DEV , as plenty of crypto projects are ran anonymously, or by a community, or by people only known by screen names, and are fully legitimate projects.
Rather, I am putting safety first, by preparing for the worst. My hope for the best, is that every single one of these claims made by these individuals is true, and that we see that reflected in the growth, development and release of Linx products, as I do believe this project has potential to be a game changer in the music industry, and I would also be remiss if I didn't add that so far, some of these claims have reflected themselves in the quality of the website, the choices made in the development of the coin and blockchain, and the plans and sequencing of said plans for Linx.
Currently I don't doubt at all that the people behind Linx have the skills, acumen and background that they say they do, and am quite eager to see the applications of these skills and talents to the project, and music industry as a whole.
Linx is currently trading on Cryptopia, Coinexchange, Novaexchange and Bitfish. Of course the mainstream site addition is what some people need to validate this coin for them, and I believe we could very well see that within the coming months, but it is certainly not a deal breaker for me.
Overall I'm going to hold this coin until the roadmap is complete, buy the dips, and continue to watch the project as it hopefully develops into a robust and complete aspect of music as we know it. If reading this has made you bullish on Linx, I still recommend you DYOR , and come to your own conclusions, as my trading and investment plans, thoughts, feelings and points of view aren't yours.
This might not be the investment for you. But if you think it is, here you go:. Bitcoin Talk Announcement Thread: Here we have Linx, which is currently being promoted on its website as A mineable Block Chain based digital currency for the electronic music community. At this point, I'd like to diverge into some of the more meaty FA around Linx.
But if you think it is, here you go: We have removed SIGC from the pool and cut our losses. After spending time with both lead developers of both teams, as well as getting a better idea from their communities, on how the projects have progressed in the recent period, my conclusions are, that they are pretty similar.
Both are led by very dedicated developers, who have a deep knowledge of the topic of crypto privacy, and who are eager to deliver the perfect solution and please their hungry, loyal and excited communities. The XSPEC community especially impressed me with their friendly attitude and willingness to share information. The technical specs on both are impressive, with the VERGE adding i2p support and a few more neat options, and XSPEC providing working stealth addresses yes, your address does not show up on the explorer!
When the tokens are spent, the input of the transaction is a ring signature over many tokens of the same value held by different people. This makes it impossible to know which of the tokens was the actual source of the funds.. Spectre tokens are held in "stealth" addresses. Another interesting unique feature, or even, bonus, is that there are no fees associated to sending XSPEC, and of course..
At this stage, I was left with one point only to truly use as my final decision maker: Market cap is 13 million! I will type this again: Current price is below 70 cents! On a technological standpoint, it is impressive compared to the other five big coins. That table is missing a ton of criteria: I see nothing about no fees on it which won't make sense since you have to protect against sybil attacks in some way, and there are some experimental ways in some coins, but I see nothing like that here.
I'm sure since it's not used heavily the fees are just low or the blocks aren't full so there's no concern about prioritizing transaction until it's heavier used - the case with most altcoins. Fees are a solution to a problem of how to avoid requiring infinite bandwidth to validate nodes which is a security risk - blocksize limit needs a way to prioritize tx - they are normally fees. Few more things like we're not entirely sure PoS3 is secure against double spend attacks and nothing at stake issue PoW solves elegantly.
Other forms of PoS might be better, but it's debatable and hasn't been tested properly. I understand it's tempting for people who feel like they're "missed" Monero to try and get in on the ground floor with another privacy coin. But look at Verge. There's a reason Monero is king, and if you're looking at a long term hold then Monero is still an absolute bargain. Just to clarify some misinformation, Xspec does not use zero knowledge proofs, it relies on ring signatures alone.
I will let someone from the community answer you. I am simply sharing my opinion here on why i decided to invest - is is clear my criteria and yours are different. It's cool, I was only speaking about which one is safer to use based on tech. I do not like to talk about investing. Most coins are finding ways to deal with these problems. I suppose the difference here, for the time, is that Xspec has done what Monero says it's doing.
Privacy coins are all the rage right now and this has the markings of a pump. XSPEC will do wonders long run. Not sure why the privacy coins are going so high at the moment, but while I was checking out the coins for my investigation, I did notice XMR gaining in a wild way. The timing of this article is a coincidence I assure you, though in the last 24 hours, I was eager to get it out as I wanted those investing in XMR and the others to find out about XSPEC as well, as like I explained, I believe this one offers a much better investment.
I already bought in at ICO and I'm still holding almost all of it. I'm going long-term with this. The lead dev JBG is a really smart guy and cryptographer, and he knows what he is doing and is actually improving the concept step by step on the way. Probably you should rethink your definition of anonymity. This coin has a richlist, so it will never be used by people who take this topic serious. So I found this information out for you, not that you care, but this is how it worked.
When Spectre started it was a fork of Shadowcash. Shadowcash did not use ring signatures and during the ICO this had not been implemented into Spectre. This was how the richlist was generated. There were also no privacy wallets at that time. Once the coin was funded they implemented ring signatures and privacy wallets. The current richlist doesn't accurately reflect distribution and can't show the transactions that happen through the ring signatures and privacy wallets much in the same fashion as monero.
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