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I reported this back in - never addressed or regression due to kB fees? The address I send payment to doesn't show up in my transaction list.

Seems to only happen if I send to an address I own. Even if I pay a fee, it doesn't show up as a transaction.

If I donate to foundation, I see two transactions.

Only the payment to yiqFGdxM2vzKCk74GrjevEGNTC2rLqKFeg (the PoDS Foundation address?) only appears in my transaction list. I only tried to upload 9MB file.

Your a spy, prying into something thats not your business, and a hacker.

Rob, everyone was curious why the 8.6M that was disbursed on Aug 31 and sitting there doing nothing. Then it moved to BD7FBC4HNhHZX7LrNkeobPahH3EksmKbGk on Sep 8 ( in 1.55M chunks suggesting it was for masternodes. I forget who it was (it wasn't thesnat21), but it was discussed on BTC Talk. This is all public knowledge and supported in the block chain.

I'm surprised a great dev like yourself that is well versed in decentralized technology would call such a person a "hacker".

It is all public knowledge and easy to see by typing masternodelist on debug console.

I'd like a screen in QT wallet that makes signing up for BOINC (Rosetta & WCG) easier.

We'd have buttons that takes BBP users to registration screen.

The CPID could be pasted into QT wallet.

Wallet scans for CPID RAC > 100, then suggests registered CPID on blockchain.

Make it easy to get 2 BBP from or make cost to register CPID 0.01 BBP so one time payment is sufficient to register

Then when PoDC payments are happening... QT wallet prompts for changes in biblepay.conf so it points to purepool since you can just use your wallet address as the workerID. would be okay too but not sure how workers or automated registration would work... trying to think what's the best user experience for new BiblePay members.

Discussion and Suggestions / QT wallet: Prayer Request Enhancement
« on: September 13, 2018, 02:31:15 pm »
Prayer Request Enhancement.

I'd like a messaging systems (see attachments) where we could prayer for people.

In Overview or another tab listing prayers most recent at top, we could reply to requests via a button we click.

Charge 0.1 BBP per character and message is delivered to person sending prayer request.

This way, as a community we are praying for each other.

* If you want to increase utility or bring scale, maybe a more robust decentralized messaging system would be good too.
* To discourage spamming, maybe introduce smart fee. Charge more to send more messages in a short period of time.
* I wouldn't want prayer replies or requests in blockchain if possible to reduce bloat? Maybe mempool only, IPFS, or sidechain?

SunK, not sure where the question went on Business objects, but yes, the object itself would be stored in IPFS to prevent chain bloat.

Call me Sun. Yeah, maybe I thought I posted it, but maybe I deleted by mistake.

Production Proposals / Re: Ads - Google, Twitter, Facebook
« on: September 13, 2018, 09:34:35 am »

Personally, I think advertising is important, but content is more important. You write content once and it can give you traffic for many years. Advertising is temporary and you have to keep paying for it. If you don't have a big budget, then content writing is going to pay off long-term.

Thanks! Unfortunately, I don't have access to that part of the server (maybe Rob can post the log if he reads this). But I'll install an analytics plugin on the new website (probably Google Analytics, but if your friend has any suggestions I'm happy to hear them).

Thank you for your advice, you seem to be knowledgeable in this field :) 

I started out selling stuff on eBay, then ran my own ecomm shop for 10 years. I know a little about SEO, pay-per-click, analytics.
There's a WordPress plugin called GA Google Analytics by Jeff Star -- this will put analytics on WordPress if you are not tracking visits already. Then in (does Togo have access?) , you go to Acquisition > Overview and then click on Referral (see attachment). That tells you which web sites biblepay is receiving traffic from. This can help you see if your advertising is paying off or not.

This is my potential Google keyword research so far:

the NO list are keywords that when I tested adding them, werent approved right away like all the other keywords, so Id get scared and remove them

For the NO list on the keywords, we can write our own content on the web site with a BiblePay angle. Targeted keywords are best as they will lead to conversions (lower hanging fruit). Ideally, lower number of search results means we can place better organically.

9.6M cpu cryptocurrency,
3.9M cpu only cryptocurrency,
20M altcoin, 34M dash cryptocurrency,
76M cryptocurrency mining,
80M bitcoin mining,
108M crypto mining,

found some other keyword phrases that can traffic to biblepay.not sure if you want articles on a separate domain pointing back to or will host the written articles.
we can easily rank well for search results under 100k. you write a few good articles and you can rank easily for it.

42k android boinc mining
44k rosetta@home ryzen
56k android boinc projects
75k rosetta@home boinc
195k world community grid biblepay
287k does rosetta@home use gpu
634k world community grid cryptocurrency
911k rosetta@home system requirements
5M rosetta@home android
36M rosetta@home requirements
189M how does world community grid work

Discussion and Suggestions / Re: Reduce Page Load Time
« on: September 12, 2018, 11:24:18 pm »
try this:

I thought I posted this reply, but trying again

BBP-Pool is written by the same individual who wrote the GRC-Pool.  So any code he reused would be his to do so.

I was referring to the BiblePay code. Since BiblePay is a fork of DASH, and DASH is a fork of Bitcoin, having all the correct copyright attributions would not lock the GitHub repo due to DMCA. I've seen it twice now with two different projects. One was Sumokoin a fork of Monero. Their GitHub repo was locked for a few days.

Production Proposals / Re: Ads - Google, Twitter, Facebook
« on: September 11, 2018, 05:54:16 pm »
You want your quality score to be higher otherwise you are getting poor leads. Looks like cpu mining and masternodes. Do you think there are any angles on the orphans or non-profit angle that may be less competitive?

In eCommerce, CPA can be a special landing page only that can be reached after you finish purchasing a product or service. For BiblePay, maybe joining the newsletter or participating in airdrop is a measurable action?  The other questions you have are good ones, but how to track/measure those questions is a big challenge.

Production Proposals / Re: Ads - Google, Twitter, Facebook
« on: September 11, 2018, 11:43:51 am »
Wow $1 a click. You should shoot for something closer to $0.03 a click. Work around the edges more. Focus on three or more keyword combos. Your one word and two word phrases is going to be more competitive and will burn through the budget really quickly. Try to pace it out so you can advertise for the full 30 days.

What are the keywords you are using?

Production Proposals / Re: Server September
« on: September 10, 2018, 12:03:53 am »
My apologies for the armchair quarterbacking. I think there is some potential for monthly hosting cost... would need to consider the HDD vs SSD as I'm not familiar with how much disk is required to run an explorer. I imagine searching on one address is not cached, so the raw performance from SSD it way better than HDD. If I run across a host that offers similar specs, I'll pass it on to you Togo. We'll test and if it is on par or better, let's consider moving servers at a later point.

Discussion and Suggestions / Sort Proposals by Most Recent at top?
« on: September 05, 2018, 12:54:23 am »
Can proposals be displayed by Created by default? Be nice to have columns sortable, but at least Created in Descending order would be helpful to know which proposals just got added.

Production Proposals / Aug 2018 BBP Telegram Airdrop Support
« on: September 05, 2018, 12:10:28 am »
Hello, this is my first proposal write up so please be gentle!  :)

TL;DR: Requesting 69k BBP for Telegram Airdrop Support

I helped Jaap with Airdrop support. Our time zones are 9 hours apart. This allowed me to provide coverage while he got some restful sleep hopefully.

Questions were mainly about faucet, boinc setup (PoDC), cpid registration, and PoBH mining.

I broke down my time based on 0.1 hour increments or 6 minutes at a rate of $20 USD.

date   time (hour)   total
9/4   0.1   $2
9/3   0.1   $2
9/2   0.2   $4
8/31   0.3   $6
8/30   0.2   $4
8/29   0.2   $4
8/28   0.3   $6
8/27   0.4   $8
8/26   0.1   $2
8/25   0.2   $4
8/24   0.1   $2
8/23   0.4   $8

Total: $52

date   Open*   High   Low   Close**   Average
Sep 04, 2018   0.00059   0.000658   0.000528   0.000649   0.00060625
Sep 03, 2018   0.000729   0.000733   0.000583   0.00059   0.00065875
Sep 02, 2018   0.000648   0.000918   0.000645   0.000729   0.000735
Sep 01, 2018   0.000846   0.000947   0.000647   0.000647   0.00077175
Aug 31, 2018   0.000798   0.000849   0.000696   0.000847   0.0007975
Aug 30, 2018   0.000845   0.000968   0.000766   0.000797   0.000844
Aug 29, 2018   0.00081   0.000961   0.000804   0.000845   0.000855
Average of Average   0.0007526071429
BBP Requested   69,093.15

Why even discuss it if we dont agree on "Im not concerned as a consumer how a file is distributed (centralized or not)".  Because in this case, if you aren't concerned that we are working on blockchain technology, then why discuss it.  As that is a night and day difference.

I feel we are making a mistake to not encrypt the files.  No, they will not be censored or deleted if they are encrypted.  If they are not encrypted, they could be censored, deleted, taken down by government request, etc.

The fee is currently set at .0002 bbp per K of filesize uploaded.  We can potentially lower it after we know the system works properly, but it would be doubtful that it should be lowered so low that it fills up 10 gigs of each of our sanc drives.  But I would lower it incrementally so that we receive some moderate usage by the network.

I feel the point of any feature is to help secure funding orphans long-term. This means daily usage by BBP users which leads to higher BBP prices. You don't get to increasing daily users without targeting more of the user segment. Some will care about the technology, but more will care about the UI and how usable the product is.

We've talked about this before, but if files are not public by default, it removes the usefulness of the feature. Can encryption be optinal?

Can "smart fee" (dynamic pricing) be applied to PoDS as well? If storage capacity is close to full, charge more... if not, charge less. It'd be like charging for parking in a small lot. Cheaper when there's fewer cars, but more expensive as there's limited space. I suppose we could extend it and have long-term parking vs short-term as well...

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