I've been contacted to help with the escrow for this. It will be very simple to understand and to get involved. The XYY team is to keep a list or website of all investors, the amount of BTC they have invested, their XYY address and a return BTC address in case of refunds.
Everyone will get assigned one address, all you have to do is verify that your address is in the list which I have GPG signed.
Here is the list: http://pastebin.com/r2WJMX80
For the sake of security of everyone's coins, refunds will only be processed AFTER the coin has failed to launch, at the same time. This will be a "cold" wallet, that's why.
No refunds will be issued for investors who change their mind. If you are not sure, do not send. If you send, you are committed and you will receive the proportional amount of XYY as indicated by the developers and website.
If the coin fails to launch in a satisfactory manner all BTC will be refunded back to their owners, less any transaction fees. (Usually 0.0001 per 1000 bytes.)
This is my escrow thread if you want to do some research. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=234939
Any refund, will be sent to the address that you designate in your account on the ICO website.
I will charge an appropriate fee on the amount of BTC collected by this ICO, deducted at the time I send the funds to the dev.
I will send the BTC to the XYY devs only after the coin has launched, the wallet is working, the investors have received their XYY, and the XYY network has reached at least 120 hours in blocks. I think this is fair, if the coin is 5 days old and everyone got their XYY, then I can release the ICO BTC funds to the devs.
For investors, what you could possibly lose is the time any coins you send until launch. This means your BTC are stuck until then.
For the XYY team / developers, you don't get anything until after 120 hours.
I am not responsible for any coins sent anywhere except the escrow addresses in the list.
fter a lot of work we’re ready to announce a public release date for Syscoin 2.1 of December 18th, 2016 by or before midnight US/PST; block height is to-be-determined due to mining variability based on hashrate.
Syscoin 2.1 Feature List
There have been several posts as new features were added to Syscoin
2.1, it’s helpful to have a complete list of all the improvements
included in this release:
Blockchain Pruning – Provides improved scalability to the
core syscoin blockchain by efficiently pruning expired service data to
minimize blockchain bloat for full nodes.Unique Aliases / Syscoin Identities – Syscoin Aliases are now unique across the network; a change from Syscoin 2.0 where variable-case aliases were permitted.Alias Portability – Optional passwords attached to aliases
provide for portability and restoration options not possible on Syscoin
2.0 including the ability to recover an account simply by using the
related Alias password.Marketplace Moderation – Two tiers of marketplace moderation
both user-defined via SafeSearch and team-defined via a 3 tier system.
The moderation system allows for a more public-friendly marketplace with
options for SafeSearch restricted items.Private payments via ZCash – Syscoin users can now leverage ZEC as a direct payment option, which natively includes enhanced privacy.Multiple payment options – Offers can now be paid for in any
currency supported by the marketplace and supported by the merchants.
Rather than one specific currency, payments can be now be made using all
three supported blockchains (SYS, BTC and ZEC).Multi-signature Transaction Support across all Syscoin services
– Aliases, Certificates and Offers, now support multi-signature
transactions, enabling a whole new class of use cases for Syscoin
services.Bitcoin 0.13 Core Update – As outlined in the launch of
Syscoin 2.0, the importance of keeping up-to-date with the latest
bitcoin technology is essential for Syscoin to thrive; thus, we planned
on keeping up to date with the latest Bitcoin core. Keeping up-to-date
will be accomplished by upgrading the Syscoin 2.1 update to Bitcoin’s
latest core 0.13.99.Escrow Support on External Payments – Escrow was previously
only available on offers purchased using Syscoin. With Syscoin 2.1,
Escrow will now be available on offers purchased with any currency
accepted, SYS, BTC or ZEC.Private Alias Data – Aliases now include a private field
which is visible only to the owner of the alias, allowing for private
data storage on the blockchain.Default Settings – There is now support for default Alias and
default price-peg selection, increasing wallet usability. All service
screens now also include the option to view all services the wallet owns
or view services by individual Alias.Dynamic Fees – Fee information is now stored in the Alias
rates peg allowing for dynamic fees specifically for Syscoin services.
This enables different fee structures with different pegs and gives
merchants more flexibility in pricing.Shipping Notification System – Optionally allows merchants to notify customers that an item has been shipped.Feedback and Rating System – A 5-star feedback and
rating system can now be provided for Merchants, Customers and
Arbitrators, ensuring an accurate representation of reputation history
for all parties.Easy unlock for encrypted wallets – Easy unlock mechanism for improved usability w/encrypted wallets.Hide Sold Out/Expired Offers – Hide items that have are sold out or expired from wallet listing screens.Search within category – Search within a specific category rather than always searching all categories.Suggested categories – A standardized set of categories across the Syscoin marketplace, or use your own.Offer geolocation – Optionally add geolocation to offers.
Because of the extent of the updates introduced, specifically to maximize blockchain pruning, all existing Syscoin services will be removed upon release of Syscoin 2.1.
This will allow for a clean slate with regards to the blockchain data
and will allow users to claim their new, unique aliases. This will be
the final time Syscoin service data is cleared. Clearing the service
data will have zero impact to existing transaction data in terms of
balances and general send/receive info; it will only affect Syscoin
service data. Users who wish to keep this data can export it or backup
their data folder prior to the 2.1 update.
Launch Plans, Blockmarket and Azure Certification
As the release date nears we’ll be coordinating with exchanges and
miners to ensure the update goes as planned. In order to ensure success
in this transition, we are allocating all of our development resources
to this effort until launch. Once the successful launch of Syscoin 2.1
has been completed, we will be resuming Blockmarket M1 development,
targeting it’s release for Q1 2017. Blockmarket will introduce an
entirely new user experience for Syscoin on the desktop, replacing
today’s “QT Wallet” with a much cleaner and user-friendly experience.
Blockmarket also includes a brand new, matching server component for
consumers and merchants, enabling easy-to-manage web shops. Blockmarket
will be Blockchain Foundry’s first official consumer product.
Along with Blockmarket we’re also nearing completion of the Microsoft Azure Product Certification for Blockchain Foundry.
The first product will be released as soon as possible following final
certification and the release of Syscoin 2.1. We’re also working on
redesigning the entire Syscoin website for the release of Blockmarket to
target a more consumer-based audience and bringing the benefits of
Syscoin marketplaces to the forefront. Syscoin 2.1 sets us up for an
exciting future and we’re excited for the final release!
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