Home T-Work Bounty Wallet

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - Kriptolab

Pages: [1] 2 3
Legal / 📜Luxembourg Passes Blockchain Framework Bill Into Law📜
« on: February 15, 2019, 11:31:02 AM »
Luxembourg lawmakers have passed bill 7363 into law, facilitating the use of blockchain technology in financial services, according to an official announcement published by the country’s parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, on Feb. 14.

The new law aims provide financial market participants with more transparency and legal certainty in regard to the circulation of securities with blockchain technology. The bill is also geared to make the transfer of securities more efficient by reducing the number of intermediaries.

According to local news outlet Luxembourg Time, the bill grantstransactions done with blockchain technology the same legal status and protection as those done through traditional means. Out of 60 parliamentarians, only two members of the left-wing party déi Lénk reportedly voted against the bill.

🔗 https://cointelegraph.com/news/luxembourg-passes-blockchain-framework-bill-into-law

Spam / Blockchain Today
« on: February 11, 2019, 12:21:24 AM »
Voting Time

Request Service / MOVED: design competition
« on: February 10, 2019, 08:22:58 AM »
This topic has been moved to [Contest].


Request Service / [Request] Designer wanted [urgent]
« on: February 09, 2019, 11:21:23 AM »
Graphics & Designer needed to make 3 TAU related photos.

Requirements: Competent and Creative

Payment: 200 TAU per photo

Contact: @Mbukwa (Telegram), banzifg@gmail.com (mail)

Legal / 📜Venezuela: New Crypto Legal Framework Comes Into Force📜
« on: February 04, 2019, 03:28:45 PM »
Venezuela’s new crypto bill, which establishes а legal framework for the industry, officially came into force on Jan. 31. The decree was published in the government’s official media outlet, Gaceta Oficial.

The set of rules for miners, crypto entrepreneurs and regular traders was initially approved by Constituent National Assembly — an alternative to the country’s Parliament, created in 2017 — in November, 2018.


In the United States, the state of Wyoming passed a bill that will allow for cryptocurrencies to be recognized as money on Jan. 31.

The proposed bill also authorizes banks to “provide custodial services for digital assets consistent with this section upon providing sixty (60) days written notice to the commissioner.

Source: https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2019/SF0125

GIF maker needed

To make 3 GIFs

And 3 memes

Experience: 2 year and above

Deal: 4000 TAU

Contact: @Mbukwa (Kriptolab)

When?: ASAP

Did you noticed that your device became slower? Apps crashing when starting? Software incompatibility? Device stuck in? You have unwanted files in your device and don't know what to do? Restricted apps from unknown sources? You don't know how to root your phone?

🔬You got a doctor for your lovely phone.

🙎‍♂ Experience: 7 years of Android Devices Software Maintenance

⏰Time: Depends on the severity of the problem

🛒Price: Negotiable according to the problem

Telegram Handle: @Nileke

Contest / [Contest] Facebook Contest *.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*. End on Feb 15
« on: January 30, 2019, 05:58:08 AM »
Five lucky winners will randomly be selected:

1⃣ 2500 TAU
2⃣ 2000 TAU
3⃣ 1500 TAU
4⃣ 1000 TAU
5⃣ 0500 TAU

Are you excited about TAUwork?


Contest Duration: end on Feb 15
Contest status: Verified
Contest payment status: Paid

1. Like + Comment your answer + Share this post: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=109243663530659&id=100033350774779&sfnsn=mo

2. Like, follow and recommend this page: https://www.facebook.com/taublockchain/

3. Fraudulent activities will be disqualified.

Proof of Authentication:
Code: [Select]
Your Facebook Profile link:
Link of shared post:
Your TAU Wallet Address:

Contest Time Over

👉General Discussion
👉TAU App Store
👉Meetup Discussion
👉Altcoins Discussion

👉Politics & Society

👉Forum ANN
👉Altcoin discussion

👉Other Project Bounties
👉Video Review
👉Token Gallery

👉TAU Work
👉Suggestions for TAUcoin
👉TAU Bounties

👉TAUcoin Discussion

👉TAUcoin Discussion
👉Forum Bounties & Airdrops

👉TAUcoin Guides
👉TAU Bounties
👉Forum ANN


👉Forum Bounties & Airdrops
👉Latest Cryptocurrency
👉Popular Cryptocurrencies

👉All about forum & guidelines
👉Professional groups
👉Forum groups

To find a way to outplay sanctions and enhance adoption of digital currency, Russia’s authorities are considering a new draft law which will allow certain businesses and entities to perform payments with the help of cryptos such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

According to Russian news agencies, the new draft law will enable certain companies or industries such as IT, AI, and those working with blockchain to use cryptos as a method of payment. The initiative has been curated by the Ministry of Economic Development and is characterized as being of experimental nature. The first regions to try a new regulation may become Kaliningrad and Tatarstan.   

“The law on the regulatory sandbox, which I hope we’ll adopt during the spring [parliamentary] session, will allow either individual companies or a given industry to use crypto instruments in their economic turnover and business operations in certain regions,” Anatoly Aksakov, the Chairman of the Parliamentary Financial Markets Committee, noted.   

As experts predict, this draft could bring a lot of benefit to the Russian market in the future. Digital currency adoption, amidst US sanctions, will help the country to attract more investments. Besides, it will allow checking for the wider viability of cryptocurrency transactions.   

Read the details in the article of Coinidol dot com, the world blockchain news outlet: https://coinidol.com/russia-to-release-draft-law-allowing-entities-to-use-crypto/

TAU ANN / ⚡️WEEKLY UPDATE! Jan 26th ⚡️
« on: January 28, 2019, 05:09:25 AM »
An important week for TAU
- TAU Work is born and committed to bridge global members in TAU community to work for each other.
- New Wallet release on andriod.

In summary, our latest product line will include: Mobile Mainnet( aka, mWallet), web wallet (include faucet), TAU Work. Our dev will stay on this course for a while.

Full details here :

Education / Some Cryptocurrency Related Terms
« on: January 26, 2019, 04:15:26 PM »
1. Exchange - Websites where you can buy and sell crypto-currencies.

2. Fiat - Government-issued currency, such as the US dollar.

3. Bullish - An expectation that price is going to increase.

4. Tokens - Refers to the ‘currency’ of projects built on the ethereum network that have raised money via issuing their own tokens.

5. ICO - Initial Coin Offering, somewhat similar to an IPO in the non-crypto world. Startups issue their own token in exchange for ether.

6. Stable coin - A crypto-currency with extremely low volatility that can be used to trade against the overall market.

7. Scam - brief explanation of "Not Paying"

8. Trading - act of buying and selling activity on bitcoin exchanger sites

9. Wallet - used to store your coins/tokens. It's either online, offline or hardware wallet

10. Address - consists of alphanumeric characters. The only way to receive coins/tokens from other wallets.

11. PoW - Proof-of-work. The current consensus algorithm used by Ethereum.

12. Sharding - a scaling solution for blockchains.

13. Software wallet - storage for crypto-currency that exists purely as software files on a computer.

14. Hardware wallet - a device that can securely store crypto-currency.

15. Ledger Nano S / Trezor - two of the most popular hardware wallet models.

16. Smart contract - code that is deployed onto the Ethereum blockchain, often directly interacting with how money flows.

17. Dump - this is where the price of a token/coin go down.

18. Pump - opposition of dump. Where price of a token/coin go up.

19. Escrow - a third party selected and trusted by two individuals to mediate to their transactions.

20. Dapp - decentralized Application, this refers to an application that uses an Ethereum smart contract as it’s back-end code.

21. Airdrop - it is a free crypto coin that is being dished out by a certain project to the wallets of the crypto community.

22. Forking - it is a network split that will create another crypto currency.

23. FUD - Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt. It's the way to scare people so they will be hesitant on buying cryptocurrencies.

24. Fork - when a copy of the blockchain is made and changes are also made to the code to create a new coin.

25. Gas - a measurement of how much processing is required by the ethereum network to process a transaction.

26. Whale - someone that owns absurd amounts of crypto-currency.

27. Bearish - an expectation that price is going to decrease.

28. Altcoin - coins aside from bitcoin.

29. Block - a block is group of bitcoin transactions that are being processed & confirmed.

30. Blockchain - a publicly shared record of every bitcoin transaction that has ever been processed.

31. Hash Rate - is a measurement of computer processing power of bitcoin miners.

32. Hard cap - The maximum projected amount during ICO token sale.

33. Soft cap - the minimum projected amount during ICO token sale.

34. Momentum - price movement.

35. ERC20 - a standard for creating ETH based tokens.

36. Crypto - short for cryptography or cryptocurrency.

37. Chop - directionless price movement that lacks momentum

38. Reversal - a change in price direction.

39. Miners - people who run computers to secure transactions on a blockchain.

40. Accumulation - buying an asset to acquire a sizable position.

41. Bounce play - when the price bounces up quickly after a dump.

42. Breakdown - price dropping below support.

Source: https://cryptominded.com/glossary-cryptocurrency-terms-need-know/

Education / What is Blockchain?
« on: January 26, 2019, 03:52:21 PM »
Blockchain is a technology that organizes a database consisting of a chain of blocks arranged according to certain rules. Each cell block carries information about the previous cell. This technology is based on the principle of decentralization, that is, the base is not in one place, but in all the computers of the system participants, which form the network. Therefore, the blocks cannot be replaced or hacked because it will have to hack all the computers.

The advantages of this technology are simplicity, speed, security, transparency. For example, if a transaction was made in the blockchain network, information about it will remain in a million computers, that is, will never be lost or forged.

Blockchain technology is the basis of the work of cryptocurrencies.

Education / Forum Guidelines
« on: January 24, 2019, 06:44:24 AM »

Despite being a young forum, we are organically growing due to realization from most of the users around the globe. we can't afford the posts here to be junk. We want this to be a place where we help each other navigate the ever changing terrain of the Blockchain world especially compared to TAUcoin. We will be less tolerant of low-value posts. That's why I urge everyone to be observant of our rules and guidelines here:

📝 Free Education - you can educate us anything as long as it is relevant and presented in a calm and polite manner. Swearing, SHOUTING etc. make your post more likely to be removed.

📸 No low or zero value posts or threads, like "BUY BUY BUY!" or "To the moon!"

🔎 No spam of referral codes

🔏 No pointless or uninteresting threads.

🔎 No NSFW content

🎎 Respect each other

📑 Copy paste without the source link posts will be subjected to removal.

Pages: [1] 2 3