up to 72 votes!
This is great, but we can do better. If you have a chance, take this link and spread it out on social media platforms, FB twitter, etc etc. Lets see if we can break 100. that will be a big psychological victory and will help the number grow.
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In the future most probably a Proof Of stake consensus mechanism will replace the Proof of Work currently used by musicoin, which to the best of my understanding is basically Ethereum Fork.
Since Ethereum is heading in the direction of POS very similar to What Steemit uses (farther improved by EOS - which has the same lead developer as Steemit (Dan Larimer) - at least theoretically), 10s of thousands, and even, millions of transactions per second will be possible. So that will eventually be solved.
1900M is not confirmed , still discussed in schedule.
that's still not official.
musicoin.org doesn't run telegram chat room , officially.
one of team guy makes it. and , most of saying is similar, but, not whole.
Official Announcement will be in slack or this forum.
refer this reply.
@ryan-tanaka said in Let's talk to those know little about $MUSC.:
@neon-insect the worst he could say is no. No harm in trying, imo.
I think there is a lot of harm in trying. What could possibly go wrong?
Branson stands for everything that Musicoin eliminates: Musicoin stands for the direct exchange between artists and listeners without the middleman, to which Branson counts.
Uncapped for now.
Inflation should reduce the number of reward coins on Ice Age (inheritanced from Ethereum).
Also change of algorythm when switching to Proof of sharism could introduce new updates on this.
awesome tutorial. too bad bittrex is not allowing new accounts to sign up at the moment.
The good news is $Music@Cryptopia has no more issues Worked flawlessly for the last couple of Days
@mudrost Looking at the chart it doesn't seem to drastic to me, to say musicoin is less volatile than other coins is an UNDERSTATEMENT. So I'm cool. Even though it's less volatile it's still a coin like any other, so when people sell, it drops, and people buy it rises.
I foresaw this happening because the demographic is musicians right?
So they aren't HODLing like most coin investors, they're recording, posting, and taking out profits to pay bills.
However, I think more people will mine, invest, etc. and the coin will start to show a pattern of dropping on weekends when artists withdraw, then rising again when investors buy low. I personally was looking at this first as an alternative music platform only, but now, I'll be looking into trading it cause to have a coin this affordable take a dip and then rise again (which it probably will), while being stable due to the business model (unlike pump and dumps lol) is a really great coin to trade.
Just my thoughts, I'm not an investor OR music industry pro LOL