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ID    SYMBOL NAME                    DESCRIPTION                                     ISSUER                          ISSUED    SUPPLY                     
18    AUD    Australian Dollar       1 Australian dollar                             GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 AUD                 
4     BTC    Bitcoin                 1 bitcoin                                       GENESIS                         N/A       0.00000000 BTC             
16    CAD    Canadian Dollar         1 Canadian dollar                               GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 CAD                 
17    CHF    Swiss Franc             1 Swiss franc                                   GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 CHF                 
14    CNY    Chinese Yuan            1 Chinese yuan                                  GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 CNY                 
21    EUR    Euro                    1 euro                                          GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 EUR                 
19    GBP    Pound sterling          1 pound sterling                                GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 GBP                 
7     GLD    Gold                    1 troy ounce .999 fine gold                     GENESIS                         N/A       0.000000 GLD               
10    HKD    Hong Kong Dollar        1 Hong Kong dollar                              GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 HKD                 
20    JPY    Japanese Yen            1 Japanese yen                                  GENESIS                         N/A       0.00 JPY                   
3     LTC    Litecoin                1 litecoin                                      GENESIS                         N/A       0.00000000 LTC             
15    MXN    Mexican Peso            1 Mexican peso                                  GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 MXN                 
13    NZD    New Zealand Dollar      1 New Zealand dollar                            GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 NZD                 
2     PPC    Peercoin                1 peercoin                                      GENESIS                         N/A       0.00000000 PPC             
1     WTF    BitShares WTF           Speaks for itself.                              vikram                          0.00 %    0. WTF                     
11    RUB    Russian Ruble           1 Russian ruble                                 GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 RUB                 
12    SEK    Swedish Krona           1 Swedish krona                                 GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 SEK                 
9     SGD    Singapore Dollar        1 Singapore dollar                              GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 SGD                 
6     SLV    Silver                  1 troy ounce .999 fine silver                   GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 SLV                 
8     TRY    Turkish Lira            1 Turkish lira                                  GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 TRY                 
22    USD    United States Dollar    1 United States dollar                          GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 USD                 
1     WTF    BitShares WTF           Speaks for itself.                              vikram                          0.00 %    0. WTF                     
5     WTI    Light Sweet Crude Oil   1 barrel light sweet crude oil                  GENESIS                         N/A       0.0000 WTI                 
0     XTS    BitShares XTS           Stake in future BitShares X chains              GENESIS                         N/A       1,999,539,144.17440 XTS   

刚刚生产出1百万嫩模,要的贴地址跟贴---增送100平方Pan币和100粒伟哥 :P :P :P

hi BM, I am passing 2 suggestions from Chinese community based on the result of DPOS testing. please let me know if you need more detail information.

The first suggestion is to allow 2-10 delegates to race for the same block and the fastest one produce the block.

the 2nd suggestion is  to use    "EPaxos" for helping to resolve our forking issues due to limited bandwidth and slow hardware performance of our delegates .

Hi BM  and Toast ,

2 programers from Chinese community would like to make a suggestion for you to use    "EPaxos" for helping to resolve our forking issues due to limited bandwidth and slow hardware performance of our delegates .

Iulian Moraru, David G. Andersen -- Carnegie Mellon University


What is EPaxos?

EPaxos is an efficient, leaderless replication protocol. The name stands for Egalitarian Paxos -- EPaxos is based on the Paxos consensus algorithm. As such, it can tolerate up to F concurrent replica failures with 2F+1 total replicas.
How does EPaxos differ from Paxos and other Paxos variants?

To function effectively as a replication protocol, Paxos has to rely on a stable leader replica (this optimization is known as Multi-Paxos). The leader can become a bottleneck for performance: it has to handle more messages than the other replicas, and remote clients have to contact the leader, thus experiencing higher latency. Other Paxos variants either also rely on a stable leader, or have a pre-established scheme that allows different replicas to take turns in proposing commands (such as Mencius). This latter scheme suffers from tight coupling of the performance of the system from that of every replica -- i.e., the system runs at the speed of the slowest replica.

EPaxos is an efficient, leaderless protocol. It provides strong consistency with optimal wide-area latency, perfect load-balancing across replicas (both in the local and the wide area), and constant availability for up to F failures. EPaxos also decouples the performance of the slowest replicas from that of the fastest, so it can better tolerate slow replicas than previous protocols.
How does EPaxos work?

We have an SOSP 2013 paper that describes EPaxos in detail.

A simpler, more straightforward explanation is coming here soon.
What is in this repository?

This repository contains the Go implementations of:

    Egalitarian Paxos (EPaxos), a new distributed consensus algorithm based on Paxos EPaxos achieves three goals: (1) availability without interruption as long as a simple majority of replicas are reachable---its availability is not interrupted when replicas crash or fail to respond; (2) uniform load balancing across all replicas---no replicas experience higher load because they have special roles; and (3) optimal commit latency in the wide-area when tolerating one and two failures, under realistic conditions. Egalitarian Paxos is to our knowledge the first distributed consensus protocol to achieve all of these goals efficiently: requiring only a simple majority of replicas to be non-faulty, using a number of messages linear in the number of replicas to choose a command, and committing commands after just one communication round (one round trip) in the common case or after at most two rounds in any case.

    (classic) Paxos


    Generalized Paxos

The struct marshaling and unmarshaling code was generated automatically using the tool available at:

The repository also contains a machine-readable (and model-checkable) specification of EPaxos in TLA+.


Iulian Moraru, David G. Andersen -- Carnegie Mellon University

Michael Kaminsky -- Intel Labs

EPAXOS 作者是Toast学校的。


转hackfisher 或直接pm bm吧

最新的代码好像导致更多的分叉,正在咨询BM是何原因 :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

hi BM /Toast, it seems like we are getting more forks after updating to the latest code yesterday  afternoon

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     22cae81b3e31d1c294b1757c9d2f97fbd36b2437                        init57            929    258440 2014-06-28T13:32:00       466     YES                 YES
     9a9fa55626f52df1da7d14a5553420ec56614888                       calyau2             14      4900 2014-06-28T13:44:00        16     YES                 YES
     9119f68765f5fa53e4379bed4178ac6a42777f1a                        init85            226     75481 2014-06-28T13:42:00       137     N/A                  NO
     b260f2468b13536452fd2552f28bb08f7ef3f6d7                        init68            888    214767 2014-06-28T13:50:00        84     YES                 YES
     6f636f0a942b72083211fd252c51eb8a9af00ac5                        lexx-1              1       423 2014-06-28T14:00:00        12     N/A                  NO
     11b130dd65d55f7a07aaaccb65a802b061c5731b                 happyshares-5           1264    310279 2014-06-28T14:10:00        23     YES                 YES
     ea1a90d77ee6ee1ecde8b3448615d906271688ed                        init55            386    101753 2014-06-28T13:56:00      1694     N/A                  NO
     a4a95ae2d4725c5b65b9ad2f37fecb8bfb68ba66             harvey-oathkeeper            366     88389 2014-06-28T14:38:00        22     N/A                  NO
     080183fbc2e084b51904a15f8e4d55091bfc830b                       bdnoble            366     88389 2014-06-28T14:36:00       143     N/A                  NO
     4b18426b05036c3f7bd1176e33545212443380e8                        init73            444    113619 2014-06-28T14:32:00       379     YES                 YES
     11d76d91ad3dcdb2cc0200675996b4e440ec4bd3                    dele-puppy            186     55665 2014-06-28T14:40:00       304     YES                 YES
     f62b98810e16c36ead8b9bbde26f00222907bac4                        init80           1108    277867 2014-06-28T14:42:00       187     N/A                  NO
     a0da497aec33161be05f3c75c6bfe8509374b8b9                      liondani            374    111725 2014-06-28T14:52:00        14     YES                  NO
     e58172c32505da4d3bfee6aefd0f92766c0ceebe                        init76            244     79243 2014-06-28T14:50:00       908     YES                 YES
     7b192ed1ffd904278dd29820be344746b8179dfe                        bts102              0       182 2014-06-28T15:16:00       279     N/A                  NO
     7714d30b50aa2ddf14091ffd879daf7e20dc1885                delegate-baozi              0       182 2014-06-28T15:14:00       400     N/A                  NO
     981d950eb747b0a9ba561171f403d25cd9b077b4                         init5           1241    319136 2014-06-28T15:18:00         8     YES                 YES

it does show smaller latency by using the latest code..

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   1248           2014-06-28T13:18:00                                                          chinese              0     182             0       1
      1249           2014-06-28T13:20:00                                                           init92            809  227680         100.6     152
      1250           2014-06-28T13:26:00                                                             sexy            370   89353            37       1

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liondani (unlocked) >>> blockchain_get_delegate_block_stats liondani
      "missed": false,
      "latency": 1
      "missed": false,
      "latency": 1
      "missed": false,
      "latency": 1
      "missed": false,
      "latency": 1
      "missed": true,
      "latency": null
      "missed": true,
      "latency": null
      "missed": true,
      "latency": null

what means:  "latency": null     ???

If you never got a block then we have no way to calc latency

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-Appearing on the 3rd day and saying – 'Sorry for the delay, I was drunk from the IPO party 3 days ago';
.....this is really a point you want to hang your hat on?   Things are confusing in early days, I would assume you'd be sympathetic.

I am really sympathetic – I have my share of drinking problems… I can only imagine how drunk will I get when I have scammed people for 10 Mil and have to do no work for it… really drunk like 3 day total obliviation…
You realize that unless you're closely paying attention, most people in the crypto space think Bitshares is an out and out scam, right?  It's just blowing my mind you can be so blind to the irony.

Let me show you what Invictus looks like from the outside, this was in the swarm skype chat.   

[6/24/2014 10:06:03 AM] Niceplum: Adam B. Levine, I spent 20+ hrs researching bitshares, its a ponzi
[6/24/2014 10:06:08 AM] Adam B. Levine: it's really not
[6/24/2014 10:06:08 AM] Adam B. Levine: lol
[6/24/2014 10:06:12 AM] Joel Dietz (SWARM Agent X) : it's a bad joke wishing that it was a ponzi
[6/24/2014 10:06:13 AM] Niceplum: time will tell
[6/24/2014 10:06:17 AM] Adam B. Levine: I would agree with Joel
[6/24/2014 10:06:30 AM] Niceplum: how does it expect to give people back more money
[6/24/2014 10:06:32 AM] Niceplum: if they buy BitUSD
[6/24/2014 10:06:35 AM] Niceplum: and then convert back
[6/24/2014 10:06:47 AM] Adam B. Levine: that's not the majority of the bitshares project
[6/24/2014 10:06:59 AM] Adam B. Levine: the interesting part is the underlying technology they've reinvented
[6/24/2014 10:07:02 AM] Niceplum: no, but that is a ponzi
[6/24/2014 10:07:07 AM] Adam B. Levine: no, that is a confidence game
[6/24/2014 10:07:12 AM | Edited 10:07:14 AM] Adam B. Levine: a ponzi implies there is a guy named ponzi
[6/24/2014 10:07:14 AM] Niceplum: which technology?
[6/24/2014 10:07:20 AM] Adam B. Levine: delegated proof of stake
[6/24/2014 10:07:23 AM] Niceplum: where
[6/24/2014 10:07:26 AM] Adam B. Levine: they're on alpha chain 5
[6/24/2014 10:07:32 AM] Niceplum: source?
[6/24/2014 10:07:38 AM] Adam B. Levine:
[6/24/2014 10:07:41 AM] Adam B. Levine: good luck
[6/24/2014 10:07:44 AM] Adam B. Levine: :)
[6/24/2014 10:07:48 AM] Niceplum: actual source?
[6/24/2014 10:07:51 AM] Niceplum: is it on there
[6/24/2014 10:07:55 AM] Adam B. Levine: yeah hang on
[6/24/2014 10:08:40 AM] Adam B. Levine:
[6/24/2014 10:09:45 AM] Adam B. Levine: both NXT and Bitshares are really attacking confirmation times, which things like msc and xcp demonstrate are quite long in the bitcoin paradigm where blocks occasionally take an hour
[6/24/2014 10:09:58 AM] Adam B. Levine: it didnt used to matter
[6/24/2014 10:10:16 AM] Adam B. Levine: but now when actions are only as granular as how long it takes for it to be included in a block, suddenly it's a lifetime
[6/24/2014 10:10:43 AM] Niceplum: BitShares isn't a cryptocurrency though, how is it possible to compare them
[6/24/2014 10:10:50 AM] Adam B. Levine: how can you say that?
[6/24/2014 10:11:16 AM] Niceplum: because the whitepaper defines it as a decentralized for-profit bank?
[6/24/2014 10:11:33 AM | Edited 10:11:39 AM] Adam B. Levine: that's like saying bitcoin isn't a cryptocurrency because its whitepaper defines it as decentralized cash
[6/24/2014 10:11:50 AM] orperelman: lol
[6/24/2014 10:11:52 AM] Adam B. Levine: cryptocurrency is a broad categorical classificaiton having to do with how the network actually works, not what it calls itself
[6/24/2014 10:12:08 AM] Niceplum: well then its not decentralized cash
[6/24/2014 10:12:28 AM] Adam B. Levine: it's a token that can be transmitted irrevocably to any network connected terminal
[6/24/2014 10:12:37 AM] Adam B. Levine: call it what you, that's a token and tokens are cryptocurrencies
[6/24/2014 10:12:48 AM] Niceplum: irrevocably? but isn't that against the idea of TaPOS
[6/24/2014 10:12:52 AM] Adam B. Levine: unless you're talking about the kind you hold in your hand
[6/24/2014 10:12:56 AM] Niceplum: where people vote whats valid and not
[6/24/2014 10:12:58 AM] Adam B. Levine: TaPOS was thrown out
[6/24/2014 10:13:07 AM] Adam B. Levine: :)
[6/24/2014 10:13:12 AM] Adam B. Levine: this is DPOS
[6/24/2014 10:13:18 AM] Niceplum: DPOS?
[6/24/2014 10:13:21 AM] Adam B. Levine: TaPOS was (Transactions as Proof of Stake)
[6/24/2014 10:13:28 AM] Adam B. Levine: DPOS is Delegated Proof of Stake
[6/24/2014 10:13:36 AM] Niceplum: which means?
[6/24/2014 10:13:43 AM] Adam B. Levine: Feel free to read up on it
[6/24/2014 10:13:52 AM] Adam B. Levine: github link is in the thread linked earlier
[6/24/2014 10:13:55 AM] Niceplum: its not transparent forging is it
[6/24/2014 10:14:00 AM] Adam B. Levine: it seems similar
[6/24/2014 10:14:20 AM] Adam B. Levine: but its not based on your stake, its based on the stake people throw behind you based on transparent performance
[6/24/2014 10:14:52 AM] Adam B. Levine: votes are cast automatically I believe for the best performing delegates judged by transaction inclusion rate, long term consistency, etc
[6/24/2014 10:15:03 AM] Adam B. Levine: but i am not an expert on this at all
[6/24/2014 10:15:32 AM] Niceplum: massive house of cards
[6/24/2014 10:15:43 AM] Adam B. Levine: just a guy who has been watching and talking with and yelling at the larimer folks to know they might look like a ponzi, but really they're just engineers who have no desire or ability to control optics
[6/24/2014 10:16:05 AM] Adam B. Levine: you're making me want to defend them just because I don't think you actually know what you're talking about, and that's odd because I"m quite annoyed with them.
[6/24/2014 10:16:21 AM] Adam B. Levine: if you have specific complaints please make them, don't just throw mud
[6/24/2014 10:17:31 AM] Niceplum: it cannot remain decentralized indefinitely, but I'll leave it to someone more technically knowledgable to argument that
[6/24/2014 10:18:04 AM] Niceplum: brb
[6/24/2014 10:18:32 AM] Adam B. Levine: happy to chat with you seperately, I really don't get how you can say definitive things like "cannot" when that's true of ANY of these protocols, they can all be modified should the need be there so again it's like saying it's not cryptocurrency.  Why this over all others?
[6/24/2014 10:18:45 AM] Adam B. Levine: ;)
[6/24/2014 10:18:52 AM] Adam B. Levine: Incidentally your interview is running on Saturday
[6/24/2014 10:24:03 AM] Michael Sullivan: Are delegates secure?
[6/24/2014 10:25:45 AM] Michael Sullivan: Bitshares may finally be on right track, hard to know. But yeah it's been frustrating trying to keep up with the dev and tech branding over the past year.
[6/24/2014 10:31:16 AM | Edited 10:31:21 AM] Adam B. Levine: I've got a technical friend looking at the delegate requirements right now, I might wind up being the face of a few while he runs the technical stuff on the backend.    It's an interesting approach, complete transparency does in fact make it quite hard to cheat
[6/24/2014 10:31:27 AM] Adam B. Levine: (for more than one instance)
[6/24/2014 10:36:20 AM] Niceplum: isn't the whole result of proof of stake that the rich get richer?
[6/24/2014 10:38:08 AM] Janislav: it is not different than with bitcoin. rich people buy a lot of miners and get richer
[6/24/2014 10:39:23 AM] Adam B. Levine: right, the problem isn't how you get your resources but rather that some people have more resources than others
[6/24/2014 10:39:43 AM] Adam B. Levine: This is another thing invictus tried to address, Protoshares was supposed to be CPU minable only and worked best on CPUs
[6/24/2014 10:39:57 AM] Adam B. Levine: problem is, someone with money can just rent a bunch of servers from amazon by the hour and min/max, just like with any other way
[6/24/2014 10:40:08 AM] Adam B. Levine: So the problem is that "stake" is capital-scalable, rather than human-scalable
[6/24/2014 10:40:46 AM] Adam B. Levine: really what we want is as broad an even a distribution on a human level as possible, but there's no proof-of-unique-human yet that's easy and cheap and pervasive, so here we are
[6/24/2014 10:43:23 AM] Niceplum: well, it will require some form of reputation system which assumes a consensus
[6/24/2014 10:43:38 AM] Adam B. Levine: yep, so it won't happen
[6/24/2014 10:43:50 AM] Niceplum: exactly
[6/24/2014 10:43:59 AM] Adam B. Levine: thus, everybody does everything - Many of us watch them all, and whatever works we'll cannabilize

I'm clearly your enemy, and invictus is doing a fantastic job.

1. Good - if you really have said what this text says you have said.

2. For those people I cannot say much
 – ‘It is ponzi, cause I say it is ponzi.’
 -  ‘It is not currency’ - which is problem how?.... and the rest of the nonsense objections that you yourself have answered pretty well.

I3 needs better PR – ooh ye I agree with this wholeheartedly!

3.All of the above being said explain the benefits of posting great conclusions about how I3 is the big bad wolf from an argument between somebody how is not part of I3 for more than 6 mo. and somebody who has never been part of it?

I'm clearly your enemy, and invictus is doing a fantastic job.
Still you are educating others about our goals and techniques .. and you are doing great explaining it!

Unfortunately those guys seem to have no interest in constructive feedback .. otherwise they would join the discussion over here and not on a private skype chat.

Maybe one more thing: they issue with stake in several other systems (best example is NXT) is that the stakes are not fairly distributed .. sure bitshares stakes are also not fairly distributed (i guess) but your surely agree that we have a much wider distribution of stake than any other proof-of-stake crypto such as peercoin/blackcoin/darkcoin and others.
That's maybe one of the big advantages we have over here.

BTW. we have initiated contact with freenode admins to recover the already registered #bitshares channel ..

Why would groups like swarm come to bitshares when others have a working product, right now, that don't demand 20% of their money supply before the community will  "support" them.     Why would they want to visit these confusing, hostile forums when they could save themselves the trouble and bang their head against a more conveniently located brick wall

Bitshares is one of the smallest 2.0 communities, do you notice how when 30 people join to complain about their investment taking an extra 200% of the timeline that was sold to them it's a big deal?  That's because there are less than two hundred active members on the forum, and the ones that are left are the TRUE BELIEVERS.    Invictus did one thing "right", they locked people in so as they make bad choices there is no way for their investors to escape them. 

I'm an industry evangelist.  I want all the 2.0 protocols to succeed.  Why are you arguing with me?  Because you backed what turned out to be a very risky horse.  I'm sorry about that, we all believed in Daniels vision in the beginning.

I still do believe

It's obvious you believe, the question is can you articulate your belief or do you just believe whatever words come out of his mouth?   I can't even tell what the vision is any more, it was clear to me in the beginning.  Help me understand.

BTSX 的跨链交易一定要尽快实现,否则ME,music,DNS,彩票这些bitshares自己的Da'c 财产也都要通过锚定后在btsx上交易,真是太麻烦了。如果跨链交易实现了,用户只要用bitusd直接购买这些资产。看目前开发进度,真得不知道跨链交易要到猴年马月才能实现。


please take a look. it is a growing community and I would expect our community has a monthly newsletter like this +5% +5% +5% +5%

中文(Chinese) / NoirShares转为POS挖矿 -性质和PTS类似
« on: June 24, 2014, 01:48:19 am »

今日 NRS(NoirShare) 开发团队的主要成员 Barwizi 在 BTT 论坛上宣布即将为 NRS 带来一个钱包硬分叉更新,把 NRS 从 PoW 带入 PoS 时代,并把精力集中到 DACs 开发上。同时 Barwizi 在另一个帖子中提到目前原来两个 DAC 应用在开发中,其中一个很快可以发布。
 NoirShares 执行一次强制更新。
本次更新包括几个小修复,一些安全检查,但是最重要的是,它从第 50000 个区块起停止 PoW 。最初我们申明说一起会有 500 万的 PoW 产出,但是我们决定这个数量可以通过 PoS 达到。在目前我发布这个帖子的时候,大概呀 250 万的产出了。我们相信这已经是足够多的 PoW 的产出了,而且分布得也很好。
最大的好处是,我们转向了更“绿色”的方案,这意味着钱包不再需要太多维护。这也让我们开发团队可以把精力转移出来,集中精力做 DAS 和 DAC 项目上——这是目前最紧迫的。

Hello all,

The group has decided to push a Mandatory Update for NoirShares.

The updates includes a few minor touch ups and security check, but most importantly, it HALTS PoW at block 50000. The initial statement stated  5 million PoW but we have decided this number is better reached through PoS, at time of posting there are roughly 2.5 million in existence. We believe this is sufficient PoW and the spread is good.

The key advantages are that w move to the "green" solution quickly, meaning the wallet needs very little maintenance. It also leaves our dev team free to fully pursue our second DAS/DAC, which is imminent.

We apologize for any who feel inconvenienced, but from our point of view, this is the most prudent course of action.

Below are the links for the new wallets, The Mac wallet will be made available shortly.

Windows Zip
Windows exe

For Linux and other derivatiives of the unix system, please use our source code from our git here Source Code



main idea is you need to learn how to comfort investor by not dumping them all the  new ideas

i got the 2nd one in english , please read



看了BM最新的帖子,我有上当受骗的感觉。他意图改变bitsharesX的总股量。在他提出的Targeted Growth模式下,初期PTS/AGS投资者将由目前100%的持股降到20%,其它80%将分给前100的代表。已经有老外在喷他的这个意图了。当然这个意图能很快扩大BTS影响,把代表变相为pow币的矿工,但对初期投资者好像很不地道。

The maximum share supply is dictated by the largest power of 10 less than 2^63 which is 1 Quadrillian.   1,000,000,000,000,000
The initial share supply was selected to be 10,000,000,000,000 in satoshies... 1% of the maximum supply.
The initial share precision was selected to be 1,000,000.

This makes representation of the initial share supply to be:

10,000,000.000000 or 10 million

There are several potential dilution strategies:
1) Deflation (delegates paid a fraction of fees)
2) Steady State (delegates paid 100% of fees)
3) Steady Pay (minimal dilution) (delegates receive pay equal to the minimum transaction fees in a full block regardless of actual transaction fees.
4) Targeted Growth  (delegates paid X% of the difference between current shares and maximum shares at any given point in time.

Under the Targeted Growth model I would suggest that the Initial Shares equal 20% of the Maximum Shares so that AGS/PTS holders are never diluted beyond 20%. 

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Initial Share Supply          200,000,000.000000
Maximum Share Supply        1,000,000,000.000000
First Year Delegate Pay:      160,000,000.000000  (~1,600,000 per delegate on average (0.44%))
End First Year Total Supply   360,000,000.000000
Second Year Delegate Pay:     128,000,000.000000  (~1,280,000 per delegate on average (0.26%))
End Second Year Total Supply  488,000,000.000000

After 10 years the supply will be 860,000,000.00000

Under these plans, the price of a "share" when the market cap equals bitcoin would be ~5% of bitcoins share price or less.  We can adjust the precision as necessary.  I could see starting out with 20 billion and having 4 decimal places, this would cause the shares to be priced around $1 at bitcoins market cap.   

These are just ideas.

BM posted following post last night. look like there will be no more snapshot before AGS ending at day 200.

I found ME is about ready to lunch while doing XTS testing.  will you agree with BM that there is no more snapshot from now to Day 200?

There will only be 2 snapshots for AGS... Feb 28th and Day 200.   Everything except BTS XT should honor AGS from Day 200.

测试发现: 目前ME的功能的确已经开发好了,应该测试完XTS推出后就能马上发布ME

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