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  1. Endure

    Coins purchased error

    I made a purchased of gen coins by store today 9 hours ago but still it's not sent. @Jackson_Genesis
  2. Endure

    Blockport Gets listed in Kucoin

    Blockport the latest ico is seen a huge growth from 0.3$ to 0.6$ in a day after listing in kucoin. Fans predict the price to be 4$ in March where the beta platform of blockport will release and likely to replace coinbase in coming years.
  3. Will Murphy is the vice president for blockchain at of Talla.com, the company behind Botchain, a blockchain for managing autonomous intelligent agents. I predict that in 10 years blockchain technology will improve to a level that calling it "blockchain" will no longer be a useful term. Let's think about this a moment. Why do we call it a blockchain? The three most interesting parts of the blockchain are: Consensus mechanisms Management mechanisms (meta-consensus of how to manage future improvements to the overall chain) The structure of the blockchain itself The last one will affect how large the network can get, how fast transaction times will happen, and so on. And the structure of the blockchain is why we call it a "blockchain." So, what do we mean by "blockchain?" Let's break out the two component terms: Block: A bunch of transactions bundled together. Chain: The blocks cryptographically connected in a linear fashion. Bye-bye blocks I think in the future the block will not be needed. In its place will be a system where transactions are linked together and can confirm previous transactions. In order to submit your next transaction, you need to validate others in the queue. In order to get what you want (your transaction submitted), you have to do some work for others. Why do it this way? Transaction times in this model would be faster than, for example, bitcoin's transaction timestoday. The miner is technically removed and each transaction validates past transactions. Transaction times can actually go down as more people use the system. Ciao to chains I also think that in the future, the chain won't be a single directional string of blocks. I think it will look more like a mesh (or graph). Maybe we could have a non-linear set of of branches that go in several different directions, where many parallel transactions are happening. So, maybe we'll call it a transaction graph. I've also seen the term Tangle (in the IOTA protocol) for early similar concepts. Maybe we'll call it "the graph" much the same way we speak of "the cloud" today. We will all save information and transactions into this global graph (whether we know it or not). Enter the DAG The closest thing I've seen so far that matches my imagined path is a directed acyclic graph. What a future "blockchain" will look like
  4. Among the plethora of new cryptocurrencies that flooded the market over the last 12 months, perhaps the most interesting is OmiseGO. Introduced in 2017, OmiseGO is a blockchaindeveloped by parent company Omise – a popular platform for digital payments across Asia, operating extensively in Thailand, Singapore, Japan, and Indonesia, with eyes on further expansion across the continent throughout 2018. Long before launching its own altcoin, Omise has had an interest in blockchain technology, being one of the original funders of current altcoin frontrunner Ethereum. The founder of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, clearly appreciated the show of confidence, and has reciprocated in kind, by forming part of the development team for the OmiseGO project, along with several other developers with experience working on various blockchain techs. The reason OmiseGO is putting so many resources into its blockchain is because it doesn’t want to be just another digital currency. Rather, the OmiseGO chain will be an all-inclusive financial wallet that can handle fiat currencies as well as cryptocurrencies, and even loyalty card points, with all transactions being handled on the blockchain, promising instant payment across borders and currencies, something that has never really been attempted before. They propose to do this by forming a liquid, on-chain, decentralised exchange combined with an off-chain payment network. In effect, the blockchain will act as a payment processor, as well as a transaction ledger, with all the work in terms of conversion, exchange, and transfer being done on the chain, enabling any payment method by the end user. This results in a secure and instant transfer to the other party, for a small fee which will fund the blockchain and pay out dividends to those perform Proof of Work (POW) validations on the chain. Should OmiseGO achieve its aims and be taken on as a viable payment platform worldwide, there is no way for the value to go but up. As more transactions take place on the chain, the value of the currency as a whole will increase. With a firm foothold already in Asian markets and the wealth of experience they have corralled to their development team, there is every chance that OmiseGo could exceed all expectations, quietly and steadily increasing its net worth, and largely immune to wider market fluctuations. Definitely one to watch in 2018.
  5. As one of the most controversial cryptocurrencies in the global marketplace, IOTA has caught the attention of many cryptocurrency fans and traders recently – and with a couple of recent big announcements, it looks set to continue to attract attention throughout 2018. Trinity wallet The first project announced by the IOTA team is the Trinity wallet, which promises to be a user-friendly, cross-platform, secure mobile wallet application designed to store the currency. At the moment, IOTA is limited to an official desktop application which has had numerous problems – including a particularly frustrating zero balance display bug. Most IOTA users are set to welcome a streamlined, bug-free application which can be accessed on mobile, and with this new technology there will likely follow a slew of new IOTA proponents and regular users. A mystery announcement The co-founders and developers of IOTA have spoken recently about a mysterious new development known simply as ‘Q’ – with scant details released as yet, many crypto bloggers and commentators have been left to speculate as to the nature of the project. Theories abound, including gen processors, quantum computers, major banking partnerships, collaborations with key Internet of Things industry leaders. Reading between the lines David Sønstebø, has remained elusive when it comes to releasing any more information about the project – only going as far to say, via Twitter, that Q is going to be one of the biggest, “if not the biggest” things to happen within the IOTA project. However, another co-founder also took to Twitter with a bold claim that IOTA will surpass Bitcoin Cash on CoinMarketCap within 24 hours of Q’s details being released. In real terms, this would mean at least a 4 x increase on current IOTA market value – incentive indeed for crypto traders to invest, provided the prediction comes true of course.
  6. t was around midnight, January 31, when K. received an email from Coinbase containing a 1099 tax form. That was strange enough - K. certainly didn't expect a cryptocurrency exchange to be a conduit for government documents. Then K. looked at how much Coinbase said he owed money on: $2.4 million. "I initially freaked out, considering I've probably put in a max of $8,000 into Coinbase and somehow I may be liable for millions?" K. said in an online chat with CoinDesk. The next business day, K. called Coinbase customer support, only to have a representative tell him he couldn't answer the details on the phone, and to email the company instead. Which he did, only to get a formulaic response showing the IRS guidance to Coinbase. To this day, K says he has no idea where the $2.4 million figure came from. He says he is too busy to jump through more hoops with the largest exchange in the U.S., and that he feels safe in the knowledge that he doesn't have to pay taxes on $2.4 million in earnings, since they don't exist. More users, more problems K. is far from alone in wrestling with an apparent misfire from Coinbase. In recent weeks, complaints have been piling up on a Reddit page dedicated to the company. The issues mentioned are wide-ranging: missing wires, unreleased bitcoin, disabled accounts. The top posts on the page over the past month look like this: A representative for Coinbase said the company was unable to comment on the complaints. Stepping back, as crypto values spiked during the recent run-up, several major exchanges heaved under the weight of new demand. Kraken, the third-largest exchange in the world, suffered an outage earlier this year that was supposed to take two hours but ended up lasting two days as it upgraded its system. Bitfinex also suffered a malfunction late last year due to a denial-of-service attack. But perhaps above all others, user growth at Coinbase has gone gangbusters. The userbase has more than doubled since 2016 to more than 10 million customers today, according to a spokesperson. The company now employs about 200 people, she said. Service at the exchange had already begun showing signs of strain when the company announced in August it had raised $100 million, and said some of the new funding would go toward alleviating customer service pressure. Late last month, it hired a new vice president of operations and technology, Tina Bhatnager, to oversee customer support. It also appointed Dan Romero with the title of general manager of Coinbase, in a blog with the headline: "Customer support: failure is not an option." But the complaints are still coming in fast and furious. Perhaps most distressingly, a number of Coinbase users recently reported unauthorized charges to their linked bank accounts. In some cases, these charges, which duplicated previous legitimate withdrawals, completely drained customers' funds and left them owing their banks hefty overdraft fees. And Coinbase isn't perhaps wholly to blame, issuing statements pegging the issue as one the originated with card issues like Visa, which have moved to restrict purchases in recent weeks. "We are working closely with Visa to ensure affected customers are being refunded as soon as possible, as well as notifying all customers that made transaction during the past few weeks that they might be impacted," the company said. Still, perhaps sensing a weakness, formidable new competitors are encroaching on Coinbase's retail turf: the stock brokerage platform Robinhood, which now has 1 million crypto users waiting to be enrolled; and Square, which now allows buying and selling bitcoin through the Square Cash app.
  7. future. In fact, since around 2011, it has died 249 times. Yet the Bitcoin Blockchain doesn’t know this. It is quietly and consistently collecting, compiling, and verifying transactions in its ledger, creating new blocks every ten minutes or so, practically non-stop. It has an uptime of 99.992044937 % since its inception in January 3rd, 2009, to be exact. By the time I finish this article, it would have issued new bitcoins as a reward to the miners who added the latest block, just as it has done since 2009 without fail. Ten minutes after the price of Bitcoin “crashed” to $8,500 (as of this writing), it also added a new block to the chain and it will keep doing so until, well, until it doesn’t. Transactions were made, bitcoins were sent, bitcoins were received. The Blockchain doesn’t care. There is no plug to pull. It has no feelings. But every ten minutes, it takes a step forward. Every ten minutes, it increases its value and the strength of its network. No person or institution can stop this. Every ten minutes, it trudges forward. Every ten minutes, the ledger is verified and updated. It does what it set out to do, no more, no less. As Bitcoin and the Blockchain moves forward, so does the industry behind it. Thousands of developers, entrepreneurs, investors, and users are building it as I write this. Transactions, hash rate, price, users, wallets, exchanges, developments — on all of these fronts, Bitcoin software continues to accelerate. Lightning, Segwit, Schnorr, TumbleBit, MimbleWimble, and more are being developed by the best engineers in the world to make the network scaleable for global commerce. The Bitcoin Blockchain doesn’t care about the price of a Bitcoin or what the media says about it— there is work to do now, and every ten minutes thereafter, for as long as it is running. Until it actually stops, then it hasn’t. It just keeps moving forward, one block at a time. — — — — — *I wrote the first version of this on Linkedin almost exactly two years ago. Bitcoin had reached its bottom of $180~, two years after it hit $1,200, and its top developer came out to publicly quit and say it has failed. The lesson is: the price of Bitcoin is irrelevant. Nothing can uninvent this technology.
  8. Endure

    why the ETh fee increase

    Price and congested network
  9. Endure

    Ethereum Sale

    Hold ETH. one day it will overpass btc
  10. Endure

    Why most start ups are using Etheruem

    Because it's easy to build it on smart contracts.
  11. Endure

    TOMOCOIN: internet of value

    Great project
  12. Endure

    Ven vs xrp

    Ven vs xrp. The two very popular coin and always a discussion which will be more valuable. What do you guys think
  13. VeChain (VEN) is the 29th most valuable cryptocurrency. It’s also gained 256% in the past month, despite the crypto market downturn that we suffered up until a couple days ago. But have you heard much about this one? The VeChain coin has been climbing the cryptocurrency rankings, and its price has grown by 9% today. Here’s what this digital currency is all about, and why the VeChain price journey looks like it’s going to keep soaring. coinranking.com Note: This company is rebranding as VeChain Thor on February 26th, 2018. What is the VeChain Coin, Exactly? The VeChain coin launched back in 2015, so it’s not exactly a newborn. This currency is also part of an actual product that customers are using right now. In the cryptocurrency space, that’s hard to find. The market is full of products and solutions that are still in the planning stage. Some are purely just ideas at this point. The company behind this coin is a Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) firm focused on the Internet of Things (IoT). But, unlike IOTA (MIOTA), which is centered on machine-to-machine (m2m) transactions, VeChain (VEN) all about authenticity within supply chains.
  14. Several large Ethereum-based projects have come together to create the Ethereum Community Fund (EFC), a vehicle to connect and fund the growth of Ethereum (ETH) infrastructure, according to the EFC website. The founding members of the EFC are OmiseGo, Cosmos, Golem, Maker, Global Brain Blockchain Labs, and Raiden. Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum Foundation executive director Ayako Miyaguchi, and OmiseGo managing director Vansa Chatikavanij will join the project as advisors, according to Jun Hasegawa’s, the founder of OmiseGO, announcement on Medium. The beginning basis of the EFC is the Infrastructure Grant program, which the website describes as a Jun Hasegawa tweeted at the participating members of the fund yesterday in celebration: The EFC is not the first Ethereum-based global initiative created to develop Ethereum infrastructure. The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) launched in Feb. 2017 is the world’s largest open-source Blockchaininitiative. It is currently partnered with more than 200 organizations, including big financial institutions like JPMorgan, Santander, and Mastercard, Intel. The non-profit’s aim is to bring privacy, scalability, and security to developing Ether and the Ethereum Blockchain.
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    Cricket is not popular among countries but in south Asia it's a popular sport. Any cricket fans here