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No vote manipulation. r/icocrypto is open to companies for AMA, discussions, feedback and due diligence with the community. But as mentionned above, not open to covert advertising, spam or sockpuppeting. Sergey: New interesting project: Radix DLT. It is Blockchain with a prototype, 5k tps. The team is working on the project for a long time. You can now register interest on their website. It is worth watching. The Key: They keep claiming that they are not doing ICO. They tried a lot of modifications and now test net is working. They do not have private sale and pre-sale. Our tech guys say that technology is very solid. Sergey: I like it when the team consists of crypto enthusiasts, I always follow such projects. NewsBTC recent got a chance to speak with the founder and creator of eMunie, Dan Hughes. As we dwelled into discussing this young cryptocurrency, we got to know about the purposes it is meant to bring. Here are the some of key excerpts from our interview with Hughes: Q: What is the history of eMunie? eMunie has been in development now for around 2.5 years, with the first code cut back in March 2013. That seems like only yesterday but a lot has happened since then, not only with the progression of the technology but also with general project dramas! This will probably be quite long…. Before starting the eMunie project, I was looking for something new to get my teeth into and had known about Bitcoin for some time. As my investigations took me deeper into Bitcoin and block chain technology, I realized that although this was extremely ground-breaking stuff, it was still very much a proof of concept/experiment. I feared that it could potentially trip over its limitations and short comings in the future as it grew, which ultimately made me question my decision to develop for it. Instead I decided to take Bitcoin as inspiration, and attempt to develop a technology that complimented what was genius, and overcame what was lacking. I spent about 6 months in total forming ideas, drafting architectures and such to determine what was possible before actually starting the eMunie project. I originally thought that I could develop the technology and have a release candidate ready in 6-8 months, which was achievable with the original scope. As I progressed with development I found myself questioning some of the initial design (as it employed a block chain) and its ability to meet the goals I had set. It was at this point that the project took its biggest step away from Bitcoin. I re-scheduled the planned release date and carried on development full steam ahead. Unfortunately not long after, the project met its biggest challenge to date and it surprisingly wasn’t a technical one. As a result a significant amount of Bitcoin was taken and the fallout from this event was quite spectacular to say the least! More damaging was that a lot of the project supporters who had pledged financial support also got cold feet and wanted out. In all over 900 BTC was taken in pledged and personal funds, at a time when BTC was at the top end of $600 in valuation. Unsurprisingly a lot of people didn’t expect me, nor the project to survive it and wanted off the ship with their pledges back ASAP before the project folded! Over the course of a couple of months, much stress, and endless juggling of assets, every single person who wanted out got their pledges back. These events set the eMunie project back significantly! I wasn’t going to be beat though, and not once did I think about quitting.

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With help and support from our community I eventually got back to my focus and started to push on further.

From that day until only a few weeks ago, I rarely surfaced in the crypto-community and concentrated solely on development of the project. I continued with development while pondering solutions to the problem and what to do. This was probably the toughest decision I’d ever had to make with regards to any project. During December of 2014-Feb 2015 I implemented the new ‘channelled ledger’ design and rolled out the first test client to the beta testers. Results of testing locally had been impressive, but controlled test results mean nothing as the real world always throws unconsidered factors into the equation. How is eMunie different from Bitcoin and other altcoins? Ultimately the end goal is for eMunie to provide a secure and self contained eco-system where users can transact, trade and communicate. Communication is a big part of our roadmap, and the platform will support a number of communication methods over time. Ledger Getting to the ledger first, eMunie does not use a block chain as already mentioned. Instead we developed a technology called “ledger channelling” which affords eMunie a number of benefits both in terms of performance and flexibility. This record is usually in RAM for performance, and as the number of users, and thus transactions, grows so does this UTXO. If a crypto-currency was to achieve even a portion of VISA scale loads, this UTXO would grow quickly to be 10s if not 100s of GB in size. Another innovative feature that a channelling  allows is the act of partitioning the full ledger into more manageable chunks efficiently and securely. Instead of scaling vertically like all other platforms, eMunie scales horizontally. The improved performance that balance tracking and channels provides, plus the act of partitioning allows the network to have extremely high rates of transactional processing capability. For example, lets assume that the entire eMunie network consisted of 1000 Raspberry Pis and that each could process 20 transactions per second. Without partitioning the total network load capacity is 20 tps and no more. With partitioning, it is possible to configure the network so that the entire transactional data set is split into a number of partitions. Say for our example we wanted 10 partitions, with each partition containing a near equal distribution of channels. Across 1000 Pis we could achieve a redundancy factor of 100, with 100 of those Pis holding partition #1, the next  100 holding partition #2,  and so on. When considering the additional overhead of communicating and managing the partitions, the reality would be a load capacity of  around 170 tps, still much improved over the original 20 tps. These most recently endorsed SNs are then the next set of signers which vote to determine the correct set of transaction data making up the current ledger state. SNs who voted differently, or non-SNs that have the incorrect state, can then take measures to add/remove transactions so as to align with the majority. The process then repeats using the endorsed SNs in the next set of transactions, and so on, providing an ever changing set of signees, but a reliable and secure consensus. Economics Economic stability and price volatility is a key issue plaguing Bitcoin other crypto-currencies and is proving to have a detrimental effect on adoption by the mainstream. There is a general stigma associated to anything labelled as inflationary and the gross perception is that inflation = bad / deflationary = good. Compounding the problem further is that a deflationary currency is seen as a good investment vehicle, so speculation is also rife. Finally is the distribution problem of new currency units, which is generally concentrated to less than 1% of the user base, further exacerbating the potential for volatility and manipulation. Ultimately both inflationary (fiat) and deflationary (Bitcoin) economic models can be very destructive if not managed correctly, employ weak policies, become susceptible to human manipulation or badly implemented. We looked at the currency supply first of all and decided we had to consider both variables of currency, that is value and quantity, to achieve long term stability. The sampling of demand to supply can be frequent (per minute sampling or less), and primarily considers order price and volume over a mid-long term sampling period. Using these and other related metrics obtained from the exchange is sufficient for the system to have consensus on the optimum amount of circulation required at any moment. The network as a whole can then take steps to increase, or decrease the supply, which switches the economic model from inflationary to deflationary and back as required. As a result, long term value stability can be obtained with up or downward trends of value becoming much smoother and more predictable. Second on the list was short term value swings, or more specifically, manipulation via pump and dumps and other tactics. We wanted to ensure long term stability, allowing gradual trends and movements in value, but stamp out short term spikes.

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This is achieved by way of a currency buffer, which the system and only the system controls and is fully automated.

The buffer is also a primary factor in reducing the currency supply in the event of excess,  as reserves can be burnt. Generally the system will attempt to maintain this buffer at an appropriate level to ensure it can quash all but the most serious of manipulation. It will itself receive a portion of newly created supply, ensuring that is always has a good means of combating short term swings and keeping volatility to a minimum. How does one earn eMunie? Can it be mined? The base currency unit EMU can be earned in two ways and does not involve mining. Mining is not a suitable method for new currency issuance as it cannot achieve two of eMunie’s core goals, which are efficiency and fair distribution. While the former can be achieved with Proof of Stake algorithms and other variants, the latter is much harder to achieve with current algorithms, thus eMunie takes a different approach. The first method is simply interest on account balance, whereby an account with an EMU balance can claim a portion of any newly required supply into existence. 50% of new supply is allocated to balances on accounts, with the other 50% being allocated to the second issuing mechanism. Therefore an account with 1000 EMU can claim 50 of the 5,000 allocated from the total 10,000 EMU deficit. These claims, or interest, can be made at any time and an account does not have to be online to be eligible. An account may be offline for a prolonged period of time, and upon that account being opened in the users client, any and all past interest claims can be made. The second method of new currency issuance is a little more complicated and addresses the “lottery problem ” of proof of work. Unlike Bitcoin and others, in eMunie every node is paid for work done in the system, and can claim a portion of the new supply according to that work metric. Work done by a service node is determined from the endorsements that are present in transactions. These endorsements give a fairly accurate picture of what SNs are online at what times, and how much work they are doing. From this information we can then apply a similar procedure as we do with balances on account, but rather than using balances, we use the quantity of endorsements. Doesn’t anonymous transaction service expose eMunie to legal threats? This possible future threat was considered from day one, and we wanted to protect the platform as much as possible while still providing anonymous functions for users that want it. We decided to allow aspects of anonymity to be configurable to the users requirements. That said, the options highlighted above for configuration will also be present in later, improved anonymity features. When can we expect eMunie to come out of beta phase? The most reliable date I can give you will be on the day it goes out the door. What are eMunie’s future plans? Once the final stages of development are completed and eMunie is ready to launch, marketing will be a key area of focus and priority. I’ve found that this is lacking in all areas of the crypto-currency industry, and marketing is nearly always given a back seat. It will also allow merchants to accept EMU and other supported currencies with zero cost or additional outlay. Funding all of the above will be interesting, but we’re now at the stage where we are comfortable to start looking at the various options available. I’m usually very pragmatic, very direct and like to swear a lot. Generally trying not to get bored. Dominik is a young entrepreneur and Co-founder of IOTA, a new distributed ledger technology and non-profit Foundation in Germany. David is a serial entrepreneur who has been working in the blockchain/DLT space full time since early 2012. He founded IOTA together with Dominik Schiener, Serguei Popov and Sergey Ivancheglo in 2015 after having worked together on other innovative blockchain initiatives. He is also heavily involved in distributed computing and the cutting edge of the semiconductor industry with emphasis on AI and IoT. Dominik and David will be answering doing the session together Radix cryptocurrency, the IOTA killer.

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Radix has created a new type of consensus called tempo which is similar to a DAG but with noticeable improvements, especially the ability to timestamp.

So tempo is the name of the ledger system used in Radix. An instance of the tempo is called a universe, and any event occurring within that universe such as a transaction is called an atom. A Universe is split into Shards, where nodes are not required to store a complete copy of the global ledger or state. However, without a suitable consensus algorithm that allows nodes to verify state changes across shards “double spending” would become a problem. Currently IOTA can only guard against double spends if all nodes have all transactions. Basically, every transaction or event in the universe, is ‘stamped,’ so to speak, with a temporal proof, consisting of space-time coordinates, and signatures. This information is used to prevent double spending and settle disputes on the ledger. It’s pretty amazing tech, and would recommend if your into the tech side of crypto to definitely give the tempo consensus whitepaper a read. Radix cryptocurrency also has some pretty big things in the works regarding the acceptance, and stability of radix tokens. Radix is going to allow for debit cards that are completely independent of payment providers such as Visa. Radix uses a standard EMV card to broadcast transactions to the Radix Public Network. The transaction is then verified and validated on the Radix network just like any transaction would happen through a normal bank. Current solutions in cryptocurrency require the merchant to adopt new hardware and confusing tech. This is one of the main things holding crypto back from mainstream adoption. Radix cryptocurrency can be enabled on standard Point of Sale solutions that are in current use! Here is a short video of an actual Radix test transaction happening through a standard point of sale machine. Another reason mainstream adoption hasn’t happened for merchants and vendors is the extreme volatility. Radix, is going to create a relatively stable value that will give the token holder major benefits as adoption grows. The token economics will use an elastic-supply. Instead of the price fluctuating like crazy, Radix’s supply will fluctuate. When demand for Radix tokens increase, your Radix tokens won’t increase in value, but you will be supplied with more tokens. When demand decreases, Radix will decrease the overall supply of the tokens, which will most likely be done thorugh a reserve and burn. The full economics of Radix have not been released, as the economic whitepaper is supposed to release this quarter. What is really cool is since time-stamps are a feature of Radix, which means it is already smart contract enabled. Iota cannot support onchain smart contracts, and will have to have an offchain oracle to support smart contracts. Radix has been developing a decentralized development language called scrypto which is based on javascript and typescript so the learning curve is not steep. So who is behind Radix? Dan Hughes is the Chief Technology Officer and the brains behind the project. He has been working on the consensus and technology for Radix for 6 years. Prior to Radix, he has helped develop the software required to securely deploy NFC based payments in mobile phones. Another interesting team member is Stephen Thorthon, their chief research scientist who is an expert in physics, cryptography, and software development. He set up the first transatlactic private encrypted internet, ported open SSL to run on mobile, and wrote the firmware for encrypted mesh routers for the Mod. You may be asking yourself, how in the hell can I participate in this ICO…well unfortunately or fortunately, however you look at it, there will be no ICO. The public launch is planned to happen in quarter 3 of this year. During this time investors will be able to to purchase radix stable tokens from their decentralized exchange. The Radix cryptocurrency tokens will have an initial short pegged period to $1 USD.

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After this period the token will be allowed to float free, and the economics will bring a stable value, whatever that might be.

Now chico crypto looks for working products, and of course the radix testnet has been functioning for since April of 2017. It’s pretty slick. As of writing this article, in the testnet, the Raidex cryptocurrency network has processed over a billion transactions with a transaction confirmation time of .2 seconds. Well viewers what do you think, I think I may have just stumbled on a crypto gem, and the IOTA killer. They project is aiming to bring crypto into the mainstream by solving many of the setback other cryptos face. What do you think? Comment me your thoughts, or a beer recommendation.