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  • Re: What will happen after 5 years for LTBcoins ?

    @cyberclones, what we have now is very much not what we'll have then. People will be compensated based on their contribution, that will never change. Where the tokens come from will change, but that does not mean the end of distribution - just the end of new tokens, at that point the engine needs to be self sustaining and I believe we'll accomplish this.

  • Re: LTB in the News

    I remember giving that interview several months ago, but I'm almost 100% sure it wasn't with this author. It's really interesting knowing that shit I say on informal phone calls winds up getting little single sentences picked from it, keeps life interesting.

    That said, I think its a pretty good quote

    lol

  • Re: Questions/Topics for todays session (Andreas/JeffreyTucker/Adam)

    Episode recorded! Unfortunately we had a little confusion on timing and Jeffrey was only with us for about 40 minutes, we only got to a few questions but it was a good conversation mostly between Andreas and Jeffrey.

    Before that Andreas and I recorded a half-show segment about Argentina, capital controls, etc.

  • Re: Questions/Topics for todays session (Andreas/JeffreyTucker/Adam)

    @ether69 Is there any interest for the LTB plaform by private organizations that are not part of the bitcoin community?

    Can you clarify what you mean? Do you mean do people want to use our platform for their own community or company? Yes. We're also looking at spinning off the technology platform as a startup and focusing LTB on being a first user of the technology that helps it get developed.

    Or perhaps i've misunderstood your meaning, I don't think anyone can answer this question but me, so feel free to restate.

  • Re: Will you ever have more subforums to get more people posting here?

    @lainfinity

    @adam

    @lainfinity

    @adam

    @page I like posting to reddit more than posting here, mainly because I am becoming tired of thinking about cryptos and like some other subjects more atm. I would rather there were more subs here I could post to. Something like an anarchist sub, or it can just be a sub about decentralisation, that is something all anarchist flavours like and could get some posting here from reddit. I would like that! I'm sure they would too if they knew it could make them some money.

    Yes!

    and like Reddit, you'll be able to post links to elsewhere and discuss them in the comments here, you'll be able to upvote and downvote to curate, etc. The redesign is underway now, this is just the launch design so we had something to test the mechanics and start building the community.

    @adam If you are modelling after reddit please make sure bots and moderators does not filters keywords and censor the contents like reddit.

    It's my thesis we'll have better curation and moderation because people are spending a limited resource (LTBc) to do the curation as opposed to just upvoting headlines because it has no cost.

    I agree with your thesis because it is an Assurance Contract. But it will work much better if you manage to implement your thesis based on Dominant Assurance Contract.

    We're always looking for help :)

  • Re: Will you ever have more subforums to get more people posting here?

    @lainfinity

    @adam

    @page I like posting to reddit more than posting here, mainly because I am becoming tired of thinking about cryptos and like some other subjects more atm. I would rather there were more subs here I could post to. Something like an anarchist sub, or it can just be a sub about decentralisation, that is something all anarchist flavours like and could get some posting here from reddit. I would like that! I'm sure they would too if they knew it could make them some money.

    Yes!

    and like Reddit, you'll be able to post links to elsewhere and discuss them in the comments here, you'll be able to upvote and downvote to curate, etc. The redesign is underway now, this is just the launch design so we had something to test the mechanics and start building the community.

    @adam If you are modelling after reddit please make sure bots and moderators does not filters keywords and censor the contents like reddit.

    It's my thesis we'll have better curation and moderation because people are spending a limited resource (LTBc) to do the curation as opposed to just upvoting headlines because it has no cost.

  • Re: Questions/Topics for todays session (Andreas/JeffreyTucker/Adam)

    @andrew0 I would like some info about bitcoin crowdfounding and colored coins. What are the best websites for doing crowdfounding with btcs? Can colored coin help with that? Look at http://coinpowers.com/ as a reference...

    I don't really think this will fall within the scope of our conversation, but you might check out http://swarmcorp.com http://koinify.com and of course Coinpowers as you mentioned which full disclosure i'm an advisor to.

  • Re: Will you ever have more subforums to get more people posting here?

    @page

    @wassup Even if this is only the launch design, the forum is already way better than bitcointalk.

    I don't agree with that, it looks pretty, but I find it unfunctional. With a conventional forum setup I know how to navigate around the forum and can quickly familiarise myself with the different subforums. Here, you can not see the topics within each sub and that makes me less inclined to want to visit them.

    I generally just click on the "recent posts" link and am still completely unfamiliar with the character and topics of each sub.

    I basically spamclick the "community" menu which is my shortlink to the recent posts on the forum lol. I was actually unintentionally DDOSing the site and was getting blocked because I would have like 30 windows open to respond to all the different threads.

    Yes, the new forum will have modern, standard features plus some extra :) It's been fun watching stuff come online (like messages)

    @adam are you building something to compete with reddit? That would be great for me and a lot of other people too, I'm sure.

    I don't think reddit knew it wanted to be reddit when it grew up, and thats sorta where we are with LTB - We look at reddit at one other example of success out there, and a good one, but I think we're building something that we won't really understand the implications of until we see it in action.

  • Re: Ho to verify your address [ Free ]

    @rotalumis

    @adam To verify my addresses I sent .00001, worked really fast.

    Mine was literally instantaneous. Clicked "send", switched to the verify page and it said "verified". Looks like there's some LTB voodoo I don't know about. Or I just got lucky. ;) The transaction hasn't even updated yet on Counterwallet.

    seeing the tx broadcast is all LTB cares about. If you can broadcast a signed message chances are really good its your account or someone is sending on your behalf.

  • Re: Ho to verify your address [ Free ]

    @rotalumis Exporting and manipulating private keys on your computer or pasting them into any website is always risky. If your wallet does not support signing messages, the safest way to verify is to make a token donation of as low as one satoshi.

    You can manage your addresses here: http://letstalkbitcoin.com/dashboard/address-manager/

    Yeah, I would tend to agree. The issue is that Counterwallet STILL has broken message signing, so you can sign a message but it won't work.

    To verify my addresses I sent .00001, worked really fast.

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