@hash-t I tried to find information about the domain and etc, tho it seems that it will be hard to find the operators, also they have this agreements of use that we all agreed 2 that state that they take no liability for funds lost tho to use of their "experiment" service.... I think we just need to find a way to share with whom we can the facts that they do not pay so no one else will mine there.
I am hopeful that the soon to be released update to the roadmap/whitepaper (this month?) will shed some light on the upcoming difficulty bomb (estimated date and what will be the decrease in mining reward) as well as an estimated date for when the system will shift from proof of work (mining) to "proof of sharing"/proof of stake (including if it will be gradual or immediate at some point.
I use miningpoolhub for most of my mining needs. You can mine musicoin with just about any Ethash client, and the blocks are completed rather quickly. If you are already versed in mining, then you will probably already know this, but mining another coin, like BTG or Monero, and then auto-converting to Musicoin can get you a better payout over-all (sometimes as much as 4x/5x) something that mining pool hub can handle for you.
The pool does have a fee of 0.9%, but if you are looking to make many musicoins while the price is low, I would seriously consider mining something else and auto-converting. If you are just looking to get a few coins while mining for the network, then other pools may be better.
@mar-t I don't have Ledger so I'm not certain. You already sent from your App wallet to the ledger so yeah you'll have to email Admin and ask about it or wait for them to respond here.
It could be just a normal error or Ledger might not be completely compatible with the Wallet app yet. I saw a post on Reddit just now saying that it would be compatible soon and that was 2 months ago so it might just be that.
Artists provide content, which is uploaded to content holders (providing disk space and bandwidth)
Miner provide hashpower for transactions and smart contracts
To get it work i think all three parties need to be paid equally. The artists and content holder can be paid with PPP. Only the miner would have additional transactions.
I think it might be necessary to divide those two kind of work a miner would do. One (or a series) of transaction that is triggered by the play of a song and another for booking coins.
I think it might be necessary to have two different gas prices for those different kinds of work.
@sebastian-smith Yep.. These 'crypto' days, every 'rise' and 'fall' of any crypto-coin is 100% connected to Bitcoin's value. Nobody knows if that'll change sooner or later.
What we do know is that Musicoin, and it's supporting community, is one of the first initiatives finding a real life use-case for blockchain technology that actually makes sense/delivers value (to you as an artist, listeners, and those contributing to creating a new eco-system).
For now: Markets will go up and down, it's all still relatively new tech.
About your question: You can definately help! Help us spreading the word about Musicoin and it's good intentions... We're here to support artists. I'm confident listeners will find Musicoin sooner or later as well.., no matter what the value of 1MC is at that time.
Our goal is simple: everybody benefits!