A cryptocurrency based on Bitcoin, with additional features imported from both Dash and Digibyte. Improvements include triple algorithm Proof of Work with Multishield difficulty adjustment, Masternodes, Private Send, Community Fund Governance, and future plans for Simple Tokens based loosely on the Color Coins protocol.
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EDIT: We're currently in research, paying small (~0.1 BTC) bounties for informative posts and code samples. Please see details here. We are looking to implement a new colored coin client which will will work together with Bitcoin-Qt/bitcoind. Here's our previous client: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=106373.0 But it looks like it isn't adequate, so we'll be working on a new one. Some degree of understanding of Bitcoin protocol is required for this project. Also proficiency with programming. Understanding of cryptography is a bonus. Details of this offer are available in bitcoinX 'google group': https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/bitcoinX/pOeQKU-hgEI We will consider multiple applicants (if available) and will pick ones who are most likely to deliver software. Applicants who will chose to use programming languages other than C++ and Python will be considered only under condition that they will offer to develop whole project in a short time frame. However, OS-specific programming languages (e.g. C#) won't be considered. To apply, send me PM, describe basic facts about yourself, tell me how much time you can allocate for this and how much time you think it would take to implement a project like this. Also mention expected compensation.
u/Dm_Me_Your_Bitcoin Explains how America forced most of it's People of Color to migrate to large coastal states in their parents & grandparents generations; then geographically made their votes worth 1000+ times less than that of their mostly white counterparts, that live in the middle states
I commissioned artist Joey Colombo to create a Bitcoin-themed collage made entirely out of real paper currencies cut by hand. My only request was that orange was a very important color :) It was paid for in BTC.
I'm not entirely sure what I'm doing wrong, but I'm attempting to connect Zap to my remote node and it continues to fail. I accidentally deleted my old config and for some reason the new one I created isn't working. I've tried removing my tls cert as well with no success. I'm sure to restart my node every time I change the config too. Am I missing something? The config is as follows:
Let's try Colored Coins: you can now trade, collect and send physical Postcards with Bitcoin!
Do you want to try colored coins in a real life scenario, even issuing your own? Do you like the idea of receiving, exchanging and collecting postcards from around the world? Do you want it to be inexpensive so that even your friends and family can have a first experience with Bitcoin, digital currencies and not risk anything? Postcardcoins are colored bitcoins backed by real life postcards from people all over the world. Postcards have the advantage of being an inexpensive real life asset and additionally having the property of being collectible and desirable. How does it work?
People issue their own coins that represent and are backed by a postcard of their country.
The coins can then be exchanged, traded, spent or given away via the Blockchain.
Whoever holds Postcardcoins can always exchange them for a postcard from whatevery country they choose, allowing them not only to collect these postcards but also to transform digital colored bitcoins into something real and tangible.
A Real Life Colored Coins Experiment! Colored coins are very new and this has never been tried before. Especially, considering that everyone will be able to issue their own coins and trade them for each other, we don't know what will happen. Postcards are inexpensive and everyone can participate. The idea is to create a basic platform and then allow the market to regulate itself and see where it goes from there:
Will we see differently valued coins? Will a postcardcoin from Japan be more valuable than a postcardcoin from the US?
Will people start accepting these coins for other goods and services that are not postcards? Maybe even for other colored coins?
Will different types of postcards, images or even stamps have different values?
How will the market handle anyone who overissues coins and how will it affect their reputation?
How you can participate To host the postcard exchange a new subreddit has been created called /postcardcoin where you'll find information about how you can issue your own colored coins and participate in the exchange. but here are some basic guidelines:
You must use a Bitcoin wallet that supports colored coins. Otherwise the coins will be uncolored and you will lose them. At the moment the only functional wallet do to this is www.coinprism.com. It is indeed a web wallet, but you're not expected to put in large amounts of bitcoin. On the contrary, you can issue any amount of colored coins for the cost of 0.1 mBTC (the transaction fee).
There is not a single type of Postcardcoin. Everyone creates their own, backing it with their own postcards. This is useful because it allows us to test a market in which different colored coins are created and exchanged.
You don't need to issue coins in order to participate. You may also choose to just accept them instead of issuing them. Issuing coins, on the other hand, creates liquidity and allows for a higher trade volume which is very diserable.
The suggested rate is 100 coins = 1 postcard. It is suggested that you stick to this exchange rate to avoid confusion between coins.
Since creating the subreddit I have also started issuing Postcardcoins. As stated above each 100 coins are backed by 1 real postcard. Owning 100 coins is equivalent to owning a postcard from Spain. To start this colored coins postcard exchange, I'll be giving away some coins to whoever leaves an interesting question, comment or helps others who have questions in this thread.
To receive colored coins you MUST have a wallet that supports colored coins, such as at www.coinprism.com. Cheers! Any feedback is welcome! Remember to visit /postcardcoin to start issuing your postcards over the blockchain :)
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