Thanks @IceKohl and @kdmine. I have been leasing to wavesgo as well. Wanted to make sure there was no super secret awesome pool I was missing.
To whom are you all leasing your waves?
I basically trust nothing that comes out of cointelegraph, but I deleted Jaxx from my phone as soon as I saw that article. (note how in this article, they intentionally give just the general Jaxx devs reply to security issues, but present it as though it was a specific response to the most recent security issues, thus making Jaxx devs seem unresponsive). So, this might just be users that were hacked, not Jaxx, but I don't want to take the time to figure it out.
I'm checking out copay. It's open source and multisig...that's all I know so far.
Is this your site?
FYI, the link has an extra "/" at the beginning, so it doesn't click through.
Thanks. Making some waves!
@IceKohl @kdmine Thanks for both explanations. I mean, I get the shares thing....I guess they're chits, I mean, just markers, a token. Some how I lost the literal meaning in thinking through this in terms of crypto. Your example, @IceKohl makes it clear. You could use them as labor vouchers or whatever--embodying some of the original promise of crypto, and hence the low barriers for entry. It's supposed to be an easy way to keep a public ledger. Duh. Why didn't I see that from the first?
@IceKohl. Good advice. Always dangerous to have a fork. What BTC wallets are people using...surely you don't need a full node, right? Jaxx?
Right. There are also tokens generated by the POS--different leasing pools seem to offer different payouts of these in addition to the waves stake payout, but that's the part I don't understand. There seems to be no (or very little--.001 waves) entry cost for creating tokens, so there are a lot of tokens, but I don't really understand their connection to the waves blockchain (other than they exist upon it). So, I guess I don't actually understand the hashclub token's status as a token either hahaha....
@IceKohl Wow. yeah. That's dumb. I totally avoid Coinbase/Gdax if I can now-- If they are operating in your state, you might check out Gemini,
@apmapm12 No problem. I'm glad this board still exists.