This is only required if you don't already have a Bitcoin address to which you own the keys to. Step 1: Download and install a Bitcoin wallet (Supported Ways of Generating an AddressElectrum Installation Guide). Run it and back up your wallet! Step 2: Generate a new address in your wallet and send the amount that you want to invest to it.
Mandatory steps: Step 1: Register an account on the NVO website: https://nvo.io/register.php. If you've sucessfully registered, you will see this screen:
Step 2: Confirm the account by clicking the link that you've received in your email account.
https://nvo.io/login.php Step 4: Enter a personal Bitcoin address, one to which you own the private keys to (do not use exchanges, web services, and similar). This will enable you to see the Bitcoin escrow address and will generate an unique address for each coin.
Step 5: Depending on what you want to invest with, there are two possibilities here. Step 5.1: If you are investing Bitcoin, then send from the personal address that you've previously entered. Step 5.2: If you are investing any altcoin, then send to the addresses that you see in your dashboard. The tokens will be credited to the entered Bitcoin personal address. Supported ways of generating a personal Bitcoin address:
Note 1: All images are clickable and will lead you to the origin/they can be viewed in full size. Note 2: This is open to suggestions and will change/update depending on those. The list of supported ways of generating a Bitcoin address will definitely update frequently.
The new Rise mainnet is estimated to go live tentatively within the next few weeks, so it’s time to go
over a quick list of things that are planned for this launch so far. More details for each listed item will
follow as we’re drawing nearer to the time of launch.
The launch facilitates the transition Rise is making from Lisk to Ark code base.It includes a coin swap via BittrexMost coins forged by Rise Team will be burned, which will help Rise value.Public Delegates will take over forging of Rise to secure the blockchain and earn rewards.Public Delegates get a fresh start with year-1 interest rates (see OP for full reward schedule)Release of a full-featured Rise desktop wallet for Windows, Linux and MacOSNew Block ExplorerRise PoolNew main Rise website (now in final stages of development)Rise Forum (NodeBB based) upgrade
TokenCard update #002 - WaveCrest partnership announcement
TokenCard update #002; get strapped in.
We are thrilled to formally announce our partnership with WaveCrest, and the role they play as the licensed issuer for TokenCards. WaveCrest is considered one of the most innovative financial institutions in the world, and it is with their brilliant tech that we are able to bring the next-gen financial magic of TokenCard to life.
We have placed a substantial batch card order for the first wave of MVP TokenCards and subsequent Beta kick-off.
the past year, we have been consulting with WaveCrest to carefully
design the TokenCard platform to ensure technical feasibility and
compatibility with their system.
Note how the Rock of Gibraltar has a similar slope to the rise of Ethereum.
Gibraltar — Crypto Rock
The Gibraltar Government recently presented it’s ground-breaking plans for a blockchain DLT regulatory framework.
With this proposed legislation and its experience in creating
world-leading regulatory regimes for innovative technologies, Gibraltar
is well-positioned to become the first jurisdiction in the world to
create a friendly operating and regulatory environment for top-tier
This is big — blockchain companies around the world are anxiously awaiting whatever inevitable regulations may come and having clarity through full government support is a big win.
Gibraltar has been the home for almost all of the worlds largest online
gambling operations for a decade now. This means Gibraltar has the
facilities and infrastructure (law firms, regulators, etc.) as well as a
forward-looking attitude to become a fantastic harbour for this next,
much larger, shift in finance — the blockchain.
a project aiming to move the industry forward, is very attracted to
this major vote of confidence from the Gibraltar Government. Because of
this, and with the support of our Swiss legal team and our electronic
money issuer, we will henceforth seek to operate within the Gibraltar
jurisdiction; a rock on which we can build.
Opening a bottle with the brilliant minds at WaveCrest atop their office at the Gibraltar World Trade Center.
wanted to provide you with an easy way to access all the crucial
ICONOMI information. We are delighted to announce that, as of today, the
ICONOMI app can be downloaded from the AppStore! The app allows you to keep track of the progress of and get up-to-date information on ICNX and ICNP Digital Asset Arrays™.
We’ve also decided to create an option to check the current status of DAAs directly from our platform, without being a registered ICONOMI user or having to log into your ICONOMI account.
We are happy to have successfully implemented ENS support for Rouleth :)!
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The smart contract will automatically answer with your payout in a few
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Pre-Brass Golem 0.6.0 Released! Updated the resource sharing mechanism.
are releasing Golem 0.6.0 for Ubuntu, macOS, and Windows. Though the
majority of changes are not directly visible to the user, there are a few noteworthy modifications:
We’ve updated the resource sharing mechanism.
resource sharing application can now operate on a single port. If your
computer is behind a home router (or any type of NAT), you may want to
forward port 3282 (TCP and UDP) for much improved connectivity. A guide
on how to forward ports on your home router can be found here.
We’ve added a “deny list” for nodes.
If a node cannot be trusted with a task that you have submitted to the network, simply put its id
in a deny list file. This will prevent that node from computing your
tasks in the future. Depending on your operating system, the deny list
is located at:
detects whether ports 40102, 40103 and 3282 on your computer are
reachable from the outside network. If they are not, a warning message
will be displayed in Golem’s status bar.
Initial block synchronization is disabled.
current Ethereum testnet has been difficult to sync at times. In
version 0.6.0, full sync is no longer required, and will not halt Golem
during startup. This is a temporary solution, as we plan to soon switch
to the Proof-of-Authority testnet, Rinkeby.
We’ve resolved startup issues on macOS.
Golem’s dependencies have been updated, thus the annoying IOPlatformSerialNumber bug should be now gone.
But, it is incompatible with 0.5.x.
new protocol changes make this release incompatible with previous
versions of Golem, hence the minor version bump. Luckily, at the time of
writing, our fellow Golem minions are updating the test network nodes
to keep your Golem up and running.
To upgrade your current Golem installation:
In terminal, type brew upgrade golem.Ubuntu
Download the installation script from here. In terminal, run
chmod +x install.sh && ./install.sh.Windows
Download and execute the installer from here.
Thanks as always for sticking with us, and we look forward to bringing you more updates in the near future!