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Archived Proposals / Re: Feb Payroll
« on: February 21, 2019, 11:00:00 am »
Is the IT budget 3.2M now?

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Pre-Proposal Discussion / Re: Tipping bot on Discord
« on: February 20, 2019, 10:22:45 am »
It would require someone to manage the bot i'm assuming.

There are several examples of these out there if we really wanted to .

I was looking at dash tip bot for compatibility reasons... but it seems like any tip bot would work as long as the cli commands are the same. managing the hot wallet is always a potential risk, but I've been wanting to tip people for submitting issues (e.g. bug bounty) on discord. but I don't know if i want to pay someone to do it for us...

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Archived Proposals / Re: March recurring payment for Kairos Children's Fund
« on: February 20, 2019, 10:00:18 am »
Hi Andrew - Did you submit a proposal? I don't see it on pool.biblepay.org nor my QT wallet.

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BiblePay discussion / Re: Economical model thoughts and current state
« on: February 15, 2019, 10:28:59 am »
I hope Rob has some miracle ace from God hidden in his sleeve otherwise BiblePay will crash this year like 98% of other absolutely useless crypto projects.

I don't know why we have so much reliance on Rob. Its very important to build a community of users so can be the force to spread the news of BiblePay. I think that's the direction Rob is heading with Proof of Giving. There's a lot of questions and tweaks to be made, but I agree with the scale he is proposing and if done right can attract the volume of participants he expects. If the technology and algorithm is sound, there's a good opportunity to get some targeted marketing behind it.

Rob mentioned he has a Google AdWords campaign and a PoG pool reward (5k to 9k BBP) for new users

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BiblePay discussion / Re: Economical model thoughts and current state
« on: February 13, 2019, 06:09:29 pm »
I asked for enhancement to prayer request where we can pray (write) for prayer requests. Person requesting would receive prayer responses via the wallet.

That would forward Christian values.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: February 12, 2019, 12:46:54 pm »
Thank you sunk818! Why the 1 wallet suggestion?

Why would you use more than one wallet? You can do PoG from multiple wallets, but there's no point. You can just shorten the time you tithe from every 4 hours to as quickly as every 2 minutes. Unless you've got such a huge bankroll where 2 minutes wouldn't exhaust your coin age, then you'd need to spread out to multiple wallets. Until then, it is more maintenance of multiple wallets without a good reason.

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Theology Corner / 1000 PhD's are skeptical of darwinism
« on: February 12, 2019, 12:29:45 pm »
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2388064.msg49709992#msg49709992


Rob said:


Quote
1000 PhD's are skeptical of darwinism:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQgOjHsMEeE&feature=youtu.beThis is the kind of base element that should be in BiblePay.  An exposure to evidence that God exists when you use certain features of BiblePay.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: February 12, 2019, 11:20:36 am »
I have 3 laptops running boinc that feed rewards to 1 wallet that is associated with boinc. I each laptop also has a biblepay wallet. Can I only do POG from the wallet associated with my boinc account?

PoG doesn't require BOINC account (distributed computing).

You can do PoG tithe? from any wallet,  In practice though, I'd suggest you do this from one wallet.

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BiblePay discussion / Re: Economical model thoughts and current state
« on: February 12, 2019, 11:18:57 am »
> Nothing related to charity and donations create demands.

I joined BiblePay because of the charity and donation model. Then I saw the PoDC and thought using CPU for science tasks instead of wasteful hashing was a good selling point. If you're charity minded and/or environmentally minded, BiblePay has attractive features. I bought and staked for PoDC. I'm sure there's a lot of people in the same situation.

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BiblePay discussion / Re: Economical model thoughts and current state
« on: February 11, 2019, 11:57:48 am »
Interesting thoughts. Your point 1 about BOINC and point 3 are in conflict. BOINC is centralized. If you control emission based on market price trends that is an outside force on the blockchain (centralized) like BOINC. Price can only be determined by whatever the exchange dictates. I prefer emission to stay on course and whatever the exchange dictates as price is whatever it is. It should not interfere with blockchain emission schedule.

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Theology Corner / Acts 22 Bible Study Questions
« on: February 10, 2019, 01:04:40 am »

Acts 23 Bible Study Questions


Acts 23:6-10 What are some ways that Christianity is different from all other religions? How does the resurrection give hope even when facing dire circumstances?


Acts 23:15 Talk about a time when you have been treated wrongly. How have you responded? What kind of response pleases God? How does knowing God is in control enable us to respond rightly?


Acts 23:11 What are some of the promises that God gives to us that will encourage us in difficult times? Look these up and read them together. Which is most encouraging to you personally?


Acts 23:12-22 Talk about the difference between providence (protective care of God) and miracles. Which is Godís normal way of accomplishing His will? How does that give us confidence in difficulties?


Acts 23:23-35 Discuss the goodness of God. What does it mean to say that God is good? What are the evidences of His goodness? Can you see His goodness even in bad times?


Application:

Pray for strength to trust God in situations when you are wronged so that your witness might give glory to God
Pray for someone who needs to know Jesus as Savior
Thank the Lord for the peace and comfort that He has given to you.
Pray that you can rest in His control in the difficulties you face this week.
Pray that you might see and give thanks to God for His goodness and mercy that are everlasting.

Source: http://www.cabotbible.com/PDFs/ActsPDFs/Acts%2023.01%20God%20Is%20In%20Control.pdf

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Theology Corner / Acts 23 Bible Study Questions
« on: February 10, 2019, 01:03:46 am »

Acts 23 Bible Study Questions


Acts 23:6-10 What are some ways that Christianity is different from all other religions? How does the resurrection give hope even when facing dire circumstances?


Acts 23:15 Talk about a time when you have been treated wrongly. How have you responded? What kind of response pleases God? How does knowing God is in control enable us to respond rightly?


Acts 23:11 What are some of the promises that God gives to us that will encourage us in difficult times? Look these up and read them together. Which is most encouraging to you personally?


Acts 23:12-22 Talk about the difference between providence (protective care of God) and miracles. Which is Godís normal way of accomplishing His will? How does that give us confidence in difficulties?


Acts 23:23-35 Discuss the goodness of God. What does it mean to say that God is good? What are the evidences of His goodness? Can you see His goodness even in bad times?


Application:

Pray for strength to trust God in situations when you are wronged so that your witness might give glory to God
Pray for someone who needs to know Jesus as Savior
Thank the Lord for the peace and comfort that He has given to you.
Pray that you can rest in His control in the difficulties you face this week.
Pray that you might see and give thanks to God for His goodness and mercy that are everlasting.

Source: http://www.cabotbible.com/PDFs/ActsPDFs/Acts%2023.01%20God%20Is%20In%20Control.pdf

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: February 09, 2019, 06:24:37 pm »
This is a can of worms. Talk to your accountant and hope so/he understands crypto.

Donating BBP if you're going to file would be value at the date of transaction not value on a different date. You might use CMC historical rates and figure out your donations.

But since you're donating BBP and possibly earning bbp as well...  And since it is bbp to bbp is it really a taxable trade?

And then you're not the one selling to BTC and then to fiat... So who gets the deduction?

Filing taxes for crypto is already complicated but trying to declare for orphan foundation is likely something no accountant understands.

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General Support / Re: Wallet is Nearly Empty!!!
« on: February 08, 2019, 11:56:39 am »
This is like the tenth time I've told this to different people on discord and telegram. I had it happen to me and I know that sinking feeling where you think what happened to my coins?! 😫😧

I'm glad it worked out

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General Support / Re: Wallet is Nearly Empty!!!
« on: February 08, 2019, 11:21:19 am »
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