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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Missing Nxt
« on: February 14, 2016, 11:36:57 am »
Yeah, I was on a fork.  Thanks for the help. 

btw, the latest version looks nice!

Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Missing Nxt
« on: February 13, 2016, 06:03:05 pm »
Nevermind, I figured it out.  Just needed to re-sync the chain

Nxt Helpdesk / Missing Nxt
« on: February 13, 2016, 05:43:52 pm »
I sent a test amount to polo and it got through.

An hour later I sent a larger amount and Polo is claiming it never showed up.  Mynxtinfo doesn't show it on the blockchain. 

I'm using SuperNET Version:

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Price speculation
« on: August 19, 2015, 04:35:15 am »
tl;dr - Bearish market, NXT is still strong.

Yep...and bear markets are really tough. What makes them even tougher is watching a shiny new offering buck the trend and rocket up while your old reliable keeps sliding and languishing. Imagine buying some American real estate in '10 on the grounds that the bubble had burst and things were starting to get better. And then imagine yourself holding on for two whole years until American real estate finally turned around - all the while watching the American stock market climb higher and higher.

Or to build on your example, imagine doggedly buying Litecoin below 0.01 on the grounds that <0.01 is the historical bargain range. You do so while glumly watching shiny object after shiny object rocket up, and enduring those ever-present catcalls about "no development," while your Litecoin goes nowhere but down until recently.

Bear markets are tough! It takes a special kind of toughness to see one through and reap the reward when the tide turns.

Completely agree with you.  Represents a nice buying opportunity though  :)

Assets Board / Re: BTCD mutual fund and market-making asset, MMBTCD
« on: July 06, 2015, 02:27:10 pm »
So the plan is to delegate asset management to E9.

E9 and MMBTCD have nearly the same management team the difference is whale and Azeh respectively.

So Casius and Coinomat get paid to manage the assets in E9 and get paid to manage the same assets in MMBTCD.

Some of the MMBTCD assets Cassius and Coinomat hold in MMBTCD no longer fulfil their purpose since they are not rewarding anything that Cassius and Coinomat are doing as it is already done and rewarded in E9.

Does this mean Cassius and Coinomat will be releasing some of the assets they hold in MMBTCD?

That aside I see some conflicts of interest between the two funds developing in the future which may put one or other sets of shareholders at a disadvantage and cause friction with whale and Azeh. This is becasue Cassius and Coinomat may end up controlling a significant amount of the E9 fund.

The fact that Cassius and Coinomat are managing both assets means that there is added risk to MMBTCD since the loss of one or other person for any reason will have a magnified effect on MMBTCD's performance and may cripple it entirely if the stake is too high.

So my view is that, holding E9 it is not a good idea in the long term. In the short term, I agree there is growth potential and due to insider knowledge a lower risk than other investments.
So in the long term I do not think E9 should be the largest asset holding of MMBTCD 4th largest possibly. So regardless of the stake taken in the short term I would look to exchange it for other funds when some of the growth potential has been delivered with the aim of reducing MMBTCD's  dependency on E9 and the long term down side that the dependency can have.

whtnxt, good points for discussion.

MMBTCD will still be managed Me, Cassius, and Coinomat and remains independent of E9.  As Cassius has mentioned before there is an overlap since E9 is just a much bigger version of MMBTCD and acts more like a hedge fund, but this will in no way inhibit the management decisions of MMBTCD.

Choosing where to allocate funds is always the difficult part and in MMBTCD's case it is no different.  However, E9, in my opinion is the best place to park our funds in the short-mid-term and will allow us to increase our revenues fairly quickly.  When to sell those assets will be up for discussion, but the goal is always the same, to maximize returns for MMBTCD holders.

And, remember, the main reason to own MMBTCD is to get paid in BTCD.  I know many in the NXT and SN community are not in full understanding of BTCD and it's importance within SN, and rightfully so because the tech isn't completed yet, but James has stated numerous times that when it is all finished BTCD will be equally as important as NXT within SN.

You'll want to have some BTCD  ;)

Cassius, good stuff.

I'll try to pull together some funds to buy a tranche.

Put me down for 25k.

Cryptoasset.fund projects / Re: [ANN] Coinomat.com
« on: March 05, 2015, 07:44:11 am »
I sure hope you are integrating card loading via BTCD along with all the other Gen 1 Supernet coins. 

It would be a bit of a letdown if this didn't happen.

Cryptoasset.fund projects / Re: [ANN] Coinomat.com
« on: March 04, 2015, 10:33:24 am »

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