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Berichtdoor neku » 07 Sep 2018 10:02

Stellar Lumens $XLM Pros and Cons – A Formidable Competitor To ETH/XRP?

In the interests of transparency I should announce that I do currently own some Stellar Lumens but this has not affected my approach to the writing of this article.

Regardless of whether you are a relative noob to cryptocurrencies or an OG, chances are you have heard of Stellar Lumens. However, do you know what the project is about? In this article, I will give you a brief history lesson, explain what the project is, and cover some pros and cons, all of this without shilling nor FUD.

At the time of writing Stellar (XLM) sits at 22 cents and has a market cap of $4.1 billion. XLM has lost 72% against its all-time-high of 93.81 cents. That said, don’t let this alarm you, because BTC is currently down 62.81% from its all-time-high as well.
What is XLM

We are not going to go too in-depth with the history and mechanics of the project. If you want to know more about XLM, you can find a wealth of knowledge online – Reddit, Stellar.org, and Youtube. So I will start by giving a very brief overview of the Stellar Lumen project.

Stellar was Founded by Jed McCaleb and Joyce Kim in 2014. McCaleb is well known for founding both MTGOX and Ripple. McCaleb left Ripple to start XLM. Yes that’s right, XLM is forked from XRP.

The Stellar network is a open source financial services and payments infrastructure. One of its many use cases is cross border money transfers.

With a team of top technology and finance professionals, the non-profit Stellar.org expands access to low-cost financial services to fight poverty and maximize individual potential – Stellar.org

Stellar utilizes the Stellar Consensus Protocol, which is similar to the Federated Byzantine Agreement (FBA). The main difference is that the SCP does not require all nodes, or “Anchors” in the case of Stellar, to agree to reach a consensus.

Stellar Lumen Pros

XLM doesn’t make use of Proof of Work or Proof of Stake because all tokens were created at its inception. Therefore the rewards for maintaining the network come from inflation.

The Stellar Network has a built-in, fixed, nominal inflation mechanism. New lumens are added to the network at the rate of 1% each year. Each week, the protocol distributes these lumens to any account that gets over .05% of the “votes” from other accounts in the network. – Stellar.org

This inflation mechanism is good because it is predictable and steady. You would expect that when the circulating supply of XLM increases, the inherent value of each coin should decrease (more supply introduced, demand stays the same). However, since the coins are released at regular intervals and in relatively small amounts (1% per year), the inflation shouldn’t cause much negative price movement and could even increase liquidity.
Native Exchange & Multi-currency Transactions

An element of the Stellar network that is often forgotten is its innate ability to execute multi-currency exchanges and ability to store orders and act as a decentralized exchange. The network stores orders and ultimately becomes its own order book, matching buyers with sellers. Additionally, the XLM network is able to match multiple trading pairs.

For example, Amy wants to send Bob euros, using her USD balance. Stellar automatically submits an offer to the distributed exchange selling USD for EUR. The network finds the best exchange rate for the transaction. – Stellar.org

There are other projects that exist that have there own in built exchanges, for example NXT and WAVES, but I don’t believe they are able to perform multi-currency transactions in the same way. If you know of other projects that are able to do both, I would love to know in the comments below.

Fast & Cheap

With transaction confirmation speed of 5 seconds on average, XLM is one of the top contenders for speed, often compared to other projects such as Ripple, Nano, and EOS. This fast transaction speed is coupled with low fees, requiring only 0.00001 XLM for the processing of transactions. This amount of XLM is added to a Fee Pool which is distributed weekly as part of the inflation pay-outs.

Strong Partnerships

You cannot discuss Stellar partnerships without first mentioning IBM. Their partnership was announced back in Oct. 2017 and inspired a price jump of over 100% in 24hrs. But since then, Stellar has regularly added to their list of partnerships, which include Stripe, IBM, ICICI Bank, Deloitte, TransferTo, Tempo and several others. This means that adoption of XLM as bridge-currency is well under way. While not yet dethroning XRP, it is solidifying its position as a serious competitor.

Stellar Lumen Cons

Reduced Transparency

At the outset, XLM wanted to be decentralized, open-source, and transparent. Not much has changed, except the level of transparency that the Stellar foundation believes to be in its best interests.

– Stellar.org 2017

Bringing attention to the two highlighted elements from the Jun 2017 screenshot, these two declarations were removed mid-2017. Now this may not seem like much to be concerned about, but I can’t help wondering why these financial elements were removed? Why is this level of transparency and trust from the community no longer needed or wanted? From an organization that holds the majority of the total XLM supply, I as an investor would want more transparency not less. I would financial reports of how the company I am invested is doing – maybe we don’t need to know how earns what, but who has how many lumens within the company should be disclosed – in the interest of transparency for the community.

– Stellar.org 2018
SDF Holds Majority Of Supply

At present there are 104.22B XLM and only 18.77B are NOT held by the SDF, this means that the SDF currently have just under 82% of the total supply.

50B of this is held for later distribution via the direct sign-up program, which should be ongoing over the next few years. This involves a lot of trust that this distribution will take place, as many investors may be unaware of this program. In fact, many were unaware of the Bitcoin and Ripple program that was allocated 20B, but only utilized a total of 2B, with the remaining 18B going back into the foundation’s pockets. And then there’s the 2B that was paid to Stripe in return for a $3M loan. But this amount was not part of the 18B held by the SDF. All of this results in a huge stranglehold on the supply of XLM, a centralized infrastructure, and a lot of trust in what should be a trust-less network.

This is by no means an issue exclusive to XLM – there are a whole host of projects on the market with this same centralized element.

Voluntary Agreement Preventing Sale

In order to provide market stability to lumens, SDF founders and Stripe have voluntarily agreed not to sell any of the lumens initially received (either via employee grants in the case of the founders, or via repayment of the Stripe loan) for at least five years. However, Stripe may auction any of their lumens, provided the recipients also agree not to sell their lumens for five years, and net profits will be returned to the Foundation. – Stellar.org

There are two issues that arise from the statement above. First, the voluntary element of this agreement. While this agreement has been entered, there is nothing preventing participants from withdrawing from a voluntary agreement and sending their XLM into the market. Second, this agreement was entered into 4 years ago this means that within the next 12 months, we could see these Lumens flooding the market. The result of which could drop the price of XLM.
Final Thoughts

With the constant stream of good news and partnerships being released by the SDF, its hard to have your sights set on anything but the moon if you a XLM holder. For me, I don’t see XLM becoming a ‘gold standard’ for cross-border payments within the financial sector, regardless of the potential and tech. This is because, I think that XRP will remain at the forefront for some time, simply due to its institutional focus, which is something XLM purposefully shuns.

This is also by no mean the only or best company in this sector of the crypto market. If you are looking to invest, you should take the time to research other projects that are similar, some of which have been mentioned earlier.

This project does pretty much check all the boxes, I would look for as an investor: strong development team, history of achieving milestones, passionate community following, real-world use case, relevant partnerships, and a working product. It does also come with some downsides: semi-centralized supply, lots of competition, and potential for manipulation. So as always, it’s important to do your do your own research and make educated decisions and never invest more than you can afford to lose.

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Re: Stellar / lumen

Berichtdoor neku » 07 Sep 2018 22:18

Stellar Lumens $XLM Pros and Cons – A Formidable Competitor To ETH/XRP?

In the interests of transparency I should announce that I do currently own some Stellar Lumens but this has not affected my approach to the writing of this article.

Regardless of whether you are a relative noob to cryptocurrencies or an OG, chances are you have heard of Stellar Lumens. However, do you know what the project is about? In this article, I will give you a brief history lesson, explain what the project is, and cover some pros and cons, all of this without shilling nor FUD.

At the time of writing Stellar (XLM) sits at 22 cents and has a market cap of $4.1 billion. XLM has lost 72% against its all-time-high of 93.81 cents. That said, don’t let this alarm you, because BTC is currently down 62.81% from its all-time-high as well.
What is XLM

We are not going to go too in-depth with the history and mechanics of the project. If you want to know more about XLM, you can find a wealth of knowledge online – Reddit, Stellar.org, and Youtube. So I will start by giving a very brief overview of the Stellar Lumen project.

Stellar was Founded by Jed McCaleb and Joyce Kim in 2014. McCaleb is well known for founding both MTGOX and Ripple. McCaleb left Ripple to start XLM. Yes that’s right, XLM is forked from XRP.

The Stellar network is a open source financial services and payments infrastructure. One of its many use cases is cross border money transfers.

With a team of top technology and finance professionals, the non-profit Stellar.org expands access to low-cost financial services to fight poverty and maximize individual potential – Stellar.org

Stellar utilizes the Stellar Consensus Protocol, which is similar to the Federated Byzantine Agreement (FBA). The main difference is that the SCP does not require all nodes, or “Anchors” in the case of Stellar, to agree to reach a consensus.

You can read more about how this works in the Stellar Network White-paper.

Stellar Lumen Pros:

Inflation

XLM doesn’t make use of Proof of Work or Proof of Stake because all tokens were created at its inception. Therefore the rewards for maintaining the network come from inflation.

The Stellar Network has a built-in, fixed, nominal inflation mechanism. New lumens are added to the network at the rate of 1% each year. Each week, the protocol distributes these lumens to any account that gets over .05% of the “votes” from other accounts in the network. – Stellar.org

This inflation mechanism is good because it is predictable and steady. You would expect that when the circulating supply of XLM increases, the inherent value of each coin should decrease (more supply introduced, demand stays the same). However, since the coins are released at regular intervals and in relatively small amounts (1% per year), the inflation shouldn’t cause much negative price movement and could even increase liquidity.
Native Exchange & Multi-currency Transactions

An element of the Stellar network that is often forgotten is its innate ability to execute multi-currency exchanges and ability to store orders and act as a decentralized exchange. The network stores orders and ultimately becomes its own order book, matching buyers with sellers. Additionally, the XLM network is able to match multiple trading pairs.

For example, Amy wants to send Bob euros, using her USD balance. Stellar automatically submits an offer to the distributed exchange selling USD for EUR. The network finds the best exchange rate for the transaction. – Stellar.org

Fast & Cheap

With transaction confirmation speed of 5 seconds on average, XLM is one of the top contenders for speed, often compared to other projects such as Ripple, Nano, and EOS. This fast transaction speed is coupled with low fees, requiring only 0.00001 XLM for the processing of transactions. This amount of XLM is added to a Fee Pool which is distributed weekly as part of the inflation pay-outs.

Strong Partnerships

You cannot discuss Stellar partnerships without first mentioning IBM. Their partnership was announced back in Oct. 2017 and inspired a price jump of over 100% in 24hrs. But since then, Stellar has regularly added to their list of partnerships, which include Stripe, IBM, ICICI Bank, Deloitte, TransferTo, Tempo and several others. This means that adoption of XLM as bridge-currency is well under way. While not yet dethroning XRP, it is solidifying its position as a serious competitor.

Stellar Lumen Cons:

Reduced Transparency

At the outset, XLM wanted to be decentralized, open-source, and transparent. Not much has changed, except the level of transparency that the Stellar foundation believes to be in its best interests.

– Stellar.org 2017

Bringing attention to the two highlighted elements from the Jun 2017 screenshot, these two declarations were removed mid-2017. Now this may not seem like much to be concerned about, but I can’t help wondering why these financial elements were removed? Why is this level of transparency and trust from the community no longer needed or wanted? From an organization that holds the majority of the total XLM supply, I as an investor would want more transparency not less. I would financial reports of how the company I am invested is doing – maybe we don’t need to know how earns what, but who has how many lumens within the company should be disclosed – in the interest of transparency for the community.

– Stellar.org 2018
SDF Holds Majority Of Supply

At present there are 104.22B XLM and only 18.77B are NOT held by the SDF, this means that the SDF currently have just under 82% of the total supply.

50B of this is held for later distribution via the direct sign-up program, which should be ongoing over the next few years. This involves a lot of trust that this distribution will take place, as many investors may be unaware of this program. In fact, many were unaware of the Bitcoin and Ripple program that was allocated 20B, but only utilized a total of 2B, with the remaining 18B going back into the foundation’s pockets. And then there’s the 2B that was paid to Stripe in return for a $3M loan. But this amount was not part of the 18B held by the SDF. All of this results in a huge stranglehold on the supply of XLM, a centralized infrastructure, and a lot of trust in what should be a trust-less network.

This is by no means an issue exclusive to XLM – there are a whole host of projects on the market with this same centralized element.

Voluntary Agreement Preventing Sale

In order to provide market stability to lumens, SDF founders and Stripe have voluntarily agreed not to sell any of the lumens initially received (either via employee grants in the case of the founders, or via repayment of the Stripe loan) for at least five years. However, Stripe may auction any of their lumens, provided the recipients also agree not to sell their lumens for five years, and net profits will be returned to the Foundation. – Stellar.org

There are two issues that arise from the statement above. First, the voluntary element of this agreement. While this agreement has been entered, there is nothing preventing participants from withdrawing from a voluntary agreement and sending their XLM into the market. Second, this agreement was entered into 4 years ago this means that within the next 12 months, we could see these Lumens flooding the market. The result of which could drop the price of XLM.
Final Thoughts

With the constant stream of good news and partnerships being released by the SDF, its hard to have your sights set on anything but the moon if you a XLM holder. For me, I don’t see XLM becoming a ‘gold standard’ for cross-border payments within the financial sector, regardless of the potential and tech. This is because, I think that XRP will remain at the forefront for some time, simply due to its institutional focus, which is something XLM purposefully shuns.

This is also by no mean the only or best company in this sector of the crypto market. If you are looking to invest, you should take the time to research other projects that are similar, some of which have been mentioned earlier.

This project does pretty much check all the boxes, I would look for as an investor: strong development team, history of achieving milestones, passionate community following, real-world use case, relevant partnerships, and a working product. It does also come with some downsides: semi-centralized supply, lots of competition, and potential for manipulation. So as always, it’s important to do your do your own research and make educated decisions and never invest more than you can afford to lose.

That’s it from me, I hope you enjoyed this particular article, please feel free to share it within your circles or anyone that might find this interesting. I would love to hear from you. What are you thoughts on the Stellar Lumens project? Are there any Pros or Cons you feel I should have mentioned?

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Re: Stellar / lumen

Berichtdoor neku » 15 Sep 2018 18:49

Stellar Lumens gets another boost to become one of the best performing cryptocurrencies

Stellar Lumens (XLM) is one of the best performing cryptocurrencies and among the few that has managed to keep its head above waters in the green for the last 7 days. The coin’s price gained 9% in the last 24 hours and continues to gain more with the upcoming positive developments that may increase its demand. Additionally, the increased positive developments may be as a result of regulators’ will to help rebuild the confidence in the industry.

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Financial regulators have been and still continue to watch companies involved in the cryptocurrency industry with increasing scrutiny. For instance, on September 11, the U.S SEC penalized a crypto hedge fund for the first time. These actions by financial regulators have helped increase the confidence in the industry, which has resulted in the increased adoption of platforms such as Stellar (XLM).

On Tuesday, ICO services platform TokenSoft announced that they would extend their offerings to include the stellar platform, having previously assisted Ethereum-based projects. The company’s co-founder stated that the firm has been looking into Stellar since the first quarter of 2018, citing its level of “maturity” as the reason for accepting it to the platform. The partnership will lead to the formation of Interstellar.

Additionally, Stellar got another boost after it was revealed on Monday that blockchain startup, Chain, has been acquired in an undisclosed deal by Lightyear.io, a startup building on the stellar protocol. The main focus is to assist internal ledger builders for various clients to lower friction and move assets faster. This is proof enough that the platform is being detected by many in the form of a great opportunity.

With these developments and an increase of 9% of the coin’s price, it is evident that Stellar is one of the best performing cryptocurrencies.

With such positive developments, do you think Stellar will manage outperform other cryptocurrencies?

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Berichtdoor neku » 23 Sep 2018 11:59

Quick Guide to Stellar Lumens – Blockchain, Wallet & History

In this article, I will provide you with a quick guide to the Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency. You may have read about Stellar Lumens before or read about the partnership with IBM. In this article, I aim to make you more comfortable with this new cryptocurrency.

At the time of publishing this article, August 2018, Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency has been placed in top 10 cryptocurrencies in terms of its market cap.

The rise from $2 billion to amazing $12 billion happened quicker than any other cryptocurrency. It was growing even when other cryptocurrencies started seeing slips in their value. That only shows how valuable Stellar Lumens is nowadays.

If you were wondering how to buy, mine, which wallet to use, and what’s the future of Stellar Lumens going to be – you are at the right place.

To understand Stellar Lumens, we need to understand the Stellar blockchain.

Contents [hide]

1 History of Stellar Lumens
2 Where and How To Buy Stellar Lumens Cryptocurrency?
3 What Are Some Wallets For Stellar Lumens Cryptocurrency?
4 Can You Mine Stellar Lumens?
5 How Do The Stellar Lumens Work?
6 What is The Future of Stellar Lumens Cryptocurrency?
7 Conclusion

1) History of Stellar Lumens

When the co-founder of Stellar Lumens Jed McCaleb has created its first Bitcoin exchange, he was the original and first founder of Ripple. Therefore, with the right expertise and his experience, he was able to capture the attention of powerful investors.

Well, a known company IBM has announced that they will use Stellar to partner with banks so they can be able to offer payments all around the world. That means that they will allow the payments to everyone, no matter their location in the world through Stellar Lumens.

While payments all around the world usually take a few days to be cleared, with Stellar Lumens, IBM will be able to do business with a new way of moving money – Stellar Lumens.

2) Where and How To Buy Stellar Lumens Cryptocurrency?

When you’re trying to buy Stellar Lumens, the way of purchase will depend on your location. If you’re located in the United States, it’s most likely that you won’t be able to find Stellar Lumens for direct purchase.

However, another way to purchase Stellar Lumens would be to purchase Bitcoin, Ether, or any other cryptocurrency, and exchange it for Stellar Lumens.

There are many official and licensed exchanges where you can buy, sell or trade Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency. The most trusted and recommended exchanges would be Binance, CoinSpot, Bittrex, Poloniex, Kraken, and many others.

If you aren’t located in the United States, you might be lucky and find a good place to find STellar Lumens cryptocurrency directly without having to use exchanges.

3) What Are Some Wallets For Stellar Lumens Cryptocurrency?

There are many cryptocurrency wallets out there, but Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is best when used with one official wallet.

Centaurus is a cryptocurrency wallet which has been made to support Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency. It’s available for both Android and iOS smartphones, so no one is left out. Since Centaurus is specially designed for Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency, it integrates very well with it.

However, if you’re looking for other wallets that support Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency, there’s still hope for you.

Other wallets that support Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency are: Ledger Nano S, Stellar Desktop Client, Stargazer, Blackwallet, SAZA, Papaya, StellarTerm, Lobstr, Stronghold, and Stellar Portal.

4) Can You Mine Stellar Lumens?

While all other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are being mined by bots, who are getting rewarded for finding new coins – that’s not the case with Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency.

Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency doesn’t have a mining mechanism, which means that it’s been built by using a different system than other cryptocurrencies.

All units of Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency have been already created at inception. Currently, there are 100 billion of Stellar Lumens created, and the only mechanism they have is the inflation.

However, there is fixed 1% annual rate where new Stellar Lumens are created. Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency doesn’t work as normal mining cryptocurrency.

Therefore, no mining is available for Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency. However, you can get hold of Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency by trading or exchange.

5) How Do The Stellar Lumens Work?

Unlike other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin which use the mining system, Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency works on a different system.

For example, mining in Bitcoin network creates the currency, distributes it, and verifies the transactions across the system.

Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is generated at Genesis. Distribution is controlled and regulated by Stellar Development Foundation. They’re a non-profit organization that supports the protocol of Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency.

Distribution of Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is set to be distributed to as many users as possible all around the world. That happens through various giveaways. However, in the future, Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency plans to switch to a new algorithm which is called Stellar Consensus Protocol (SCP).

Since you can’t mine Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency, you can only acquire it by trading, exchange, or through Foundation’s giveaways.

6) What is The Future of Stellar Lumens Cryptocurrency?

While Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is already considered to be the new hottest cryptocurrency of 2018.

While Bitcoin which is the largest cryptocurrency by the market is losing its upward momentum, Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is slowly but steadily climbing up the market.

Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency has already climbed 65% and has reached eight place in top 10 cryptocurrencies.

It’s a cryptocurrency which has everything that it takes to reach the top of the cryptocurrency market. It’s an altcoin with huge potentials and with a system that is even better than other cryptocurrencies.

There is also nothing to stop Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency from growing even more and reaching its potential. If Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency could have jumped from $2.5 billion up to $12 billion in such a short period of time, what else could happen?

We can’t say for sure what will happen in the future, but it seems that Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is going to take over the cryptocurrencies market by becoming the top cryptocurrency in 2018.

7) Conclusion

If you have thought that Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency is just another cryptocurrency, you were wrong.

It has a different system that all other cryptocurrencies, and it has everything to break in at least top 3 cryptocurrencies in 2018. While Bitcoin had a rough time, Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency was growing rapidly.

I hope you have learned everything you didn’t know in this post. Even although it might be hard to find Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency for purchase, keep in mind that you can always trade for them.

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Re: Stellar / lumen

Berichtdoor neku » 28 Sep 2018 16:22

Stellar Gets Its Groove Back?

One movement that could be worth watching is Stellar, which is up 4.11% and seems to be bucking the trend of its nearest and dearest. There has been speculation that Stellar would enjoy the same stratospheric rise as XRP has over the past week, on this very site. Only time will have the definitive answer for that one.

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Berichtdoor neku » 01 Okt 2018 21:34

Real Talk: Stellar Lumens $XLM. The GOOD & The BAD. No Shilling, No FUD! (Stellar Lumens Review)

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Berichtdoor neku » 08 Nov 2018 23:23

Historische airdrop: Stellar geeft 125 miljoen dollar weg

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De stichting achter cryptomunt Stellar (XLM) kondigt een historische airdrop aan: 125 miljoen dollar aan XLM wordt verdeeld onder nieuwe inschrijvers op de Blockchain Wallet. Inmiddels is er een wachtlijst ontstaan.
Stellar

Stellar Lumens hoopt dat met deze actie minstens 30 miljoen leden een wallet aanmaken bij Blockchain.com. Het eerdere record staat op naam van Dfinity, die in juni 35 miljoen dollar van haar tokens weggaf.
Airdrops

Medeoprichter Jed McCaleb, ook oprichter van Mt. Gox en mede-oprichter van Ripple, zegt: “Wij geloven dat airdrops centraal staan bij het creëren van een meer inclusieve digitale economie. Het gratis weggeven van XLM en de samenwerking met Blockchain.com is bedoeld om XLM uiteraard populairder te maken. Gebruik maakt een netwerk vele malen nuttiger en dat is wat we nastreven met Stellar Lumens.”

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