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August 26, 2015, 02:47:56 PM
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Now that its listed on exchange a pool for mining should not be far behind correct?

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August 26, 2015, 04:05:02 PM
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What are your predictions about future price?

Currently SIA market cap value = 250k$ when price is around 0.00000025BTC per SIA

This will easily raise to 2,5M$ market cap and beyond so at least 10 times of current value.

It's not a promise it's working fully and developing at fast speed. Decentralized cloud platform.

http://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/

Easily? Are you crazy or do you know a pumper? Oh wait, you are wanting to dump for a multi-million dollar market cap  Grin

 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!
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August 26, 2015, 04:33:45 PM
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 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!

Thanks for the vote of confidence  Smiley

Why do you think that $2.5M is not justified? Imho we are substantially more interesting than Dash, Litecoin, Bitshares, Banxshares, Monacoin, and a handful of others passed the $2.5M market cap. Sia is cryptocurrency with really strong fundamentals. If we leverage those fundamentals properly we will get very far.
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August 26, 2015, 05:16:50 PM
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 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!

Thanks for the vote of confidence  Smiley

Why do you think that $2.5M is not justified? Imho we are substantially more interesting than Dash, Litecoin, Bitshares, Banxshares, Monacoin, and a handful of others passed the $2.5M market cap. Sia is cryptocurrency with really strong fundamentals. If we leverage those fundamentals properly we will get very far.

All those coins are artificially pumped so the value is not real. Unless SIA has a huge pumper it is next to impossible. Although it might be very interesting to you, the real demand for this coin is probably less than $5,000.
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August 26, 2015, 05:36:07 PM
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in this moment everyone is dumping...
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August 26, 2015, 05:42:56 PM
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 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!

Thanks for the vote of confidence  Smiley

Why do you think that $2.5M is not justified? Imho we are substantially more interesting than Dash, Litecoin, Bitshares, Banxshares, Monacoin, and a handful of others passed the $2.5M market cap. Sia is cryptocurrency with really strong fundamentals. If we leverage those fundamentals properly we will get very far.

All those coins are artificially pumped so the value is not real. Unless SIA has a huge pumper it is next to impossible. Although it might be very interesting to you, the real demand for this coin is probably less than $5,000.
I think your wrong on that. SIA has a real purpose immediately. Other uses could come later. Its not just another shitcoin for pumping and dumping.

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August 26, 2015, 06:01:05 PM
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 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!

Thanks for the vote of confidence  Smiley

Why do you think that $2.5M is not justified? Imho we are substantially more interesting than Dash, Litecoin, Bitshares, Banxshares, Monacoin, and a handful of others passed the $2.5M market cap. Sia is cryptocurrency with really strong fundamentals. If we leverage those fundamentals properly we will get very far.

All those coins are artificially pumped so the value is not real. Unless SIA has a huge pumper it is next to impossible. Although it might be very interesting to you, the real demand for this coin is probably less than $5,000.
I think your wrong on that. SIA has a real purpose immediately. Other uses could come later. Its not just another shitcoin for pumping and dumping.

What's the real purpose immediately?
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August 26, 2015, 06:10:57 PM
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 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!

Thanks for the vote of confidence  Smiley

Why do you think that $2.5M is not justified? Imho we are substantially more interesting than Dash, Litecoin, Bitshares, Banxshares, Monacoin, and a handful of others passed the $2.5M market cap. Sia is cryptocurrency with really strong fundamentals. If we leverage those fundamentals properly we will get very far.

All those coins are artificially pumped so the value is not real. Unless SIA has a huge pumper it is next to impossible. Although it might be very interesting to you, the real demand for this coin is probably less than $5,000.
I think your wrong on that. SIA has a real purpose immediately. Other uses could come later. Its not just another shitcoin for pumping and dumping.

What's the real purpose immediately?
You must be new to this thread or something lol not going to waste my time.

EDIT: Sia is not even an Alt coin, so either read up or go back to your Altcoin world  Wink

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August 26, 2015, 06:12:17 PM
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 $2.5M is ridiculously stupid for this coin but hey it has been done before!

Thanks for the vote of confidence  Smiley

Why do you think that $2.5M is not justified? Imho we are substantially more interesting than Dash, Litecoin, Bitshares, Banxshares, Monacoin, and a handful of others passed the $2.5M market cap. Sia is cryptocurrency with really strong fundamentals. If we leverage those fundamentals properly we will get very far.

All those coins are artificially pumped so the value is not real. Unless SIA has a huge pumper it is next to impossible. Although it might be very interesting to you, the real demand for this coin is probably less than $5,000.
I think your wrong on that. SIA has a real purpose immediately. Other uses could come later. Its not just another shitcoin for pumping and dumping.

What's the real purpose immediately?

You can learn a lot by reading a couple of pages of this thread.

Edit: Also try uploading and sharing some files
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August 26, 2015, 10:05:54 PM
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I'm using the osx GUI and I can't seem to copy the wallet address
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August 26, 2015, 10:36:18 PM
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What's the real purpose immediately?

You can store any file on a decentralized storage network for next to nothing. 
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August 26, 2015, 10:57:29 PM
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Hi! Have some rigs behind 4G NAT connection loosing peers  - is there any way to solve this? - was trying to make an "siac gateway add" bat-file from a rig with forwarded ports - but it helps not for a long time? Or maybe somehow change the default 8-peer value for a wallet app?
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August 27, 2015, 03:09:04 AM
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i missed this SIA  Angry



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August 27, 2015, 04:31:48 AM
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Some simple questions:
1. Is there an IPO/ICO of this coin, it there is ,what's the price?
2. What's the total number, how the distribution works?

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August 27, 2015, 04:44:56 AM
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Some simple questions:
1. Is there an IPO/ICO of this coin, it there is ,what's the price?
2. What's the total number, how the distribution works?

these questions and many many more have been asked before - and been answered many times before ...

i think taek needs to put the specs of the coin and the mining and the project ALL in one place ... what do you think taek? ...

there will be no end to minting the coins - they will reduce from the current amount ( under 300000 per block from what i understand at the moment ) to a base amount that will go on forever ...

no ipo / ico at all - as far as i know also ... that was all done using siafunds ...

someone please clarify ...

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August 27, 2015, 05:49:49 AM
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Had a gpu settings problem while mining sia and the pc froze, so i had to restart it.

When I reopened the client I realized my 5m sia is gone, and instead 4 wallet addresses I had only one with an empty wallet.

I have opened another client I had, there I had 4 addresses but only 2m sia (not even sure it's the same wallet but it probably is..), and managed to send those to the exchange (still confirming...).

This is the second time a thing like this happens to me with Sia.

Pissed off, going to work now.  Angry

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August 27, 2015, 07:16:38 AM
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just bumped at this, so sory if stupid question (cant find in op, don't have time to read posts)
is this mineable? if yes - how (GPU, CPU)? what algo (if any)?

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August 27, 2015, 07:46:06 AM
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just bumped at this, so sory if stupid question (cant find in op, don't have time to read posts)
is this mineable? if yes - how (GPU, CPU)? what algo (if any)?

thanks

it is minable ...

the link for the public miner is here - https://github.com/NebulousLabs/Sia-GPU-Miner ...

there are private miners around the place - but you have to find who has them and where they bought them from ...

but you need to solomine into the wallet from here - https://github.com/NebulousLabs/Sia/releases ...

a new wallet is about to be released soon though - which fixes quite a few issues from this current wallet ...

eitherway - run the wallet - let it sync fully - then you can mine to it ...

hope that helps ...

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August 27, 2015, 09:03:20 AM
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just bumped at this, so sory if stupid question (cant find in op, don't have time to read posts)
is this mineable? if yes - how (GPU, CPU)? what algo (if any)?

thanks

it is minable ...

the link for the public miner is here - https://github.com/NebulousLabs/Sia-GPU-Miner ...

there are private miners around the place - but you have to find who has them and where they bought them from ...

but you need to solomine into the wallet from here - https://github.com/NebulousLabs/Sia/releases ...

a new wallet is about to be released soon though - which fixes quite a few issues from this current wallet ...

eitherway - run the wallet - let it sync fully - then you can mine to it ...

hope that helps ...

#crysx

thank you sir
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August 27, 2015, 01:18:25 PM
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Hi,

I just found this thread and find the concept interesting.

However, I can't find a tutorial on how to start participating in a few simple steps. Can someone post a link if there is one? The whitepaper and FAQ do not give much help, I'm afraid.

If there isn't one, can some kind soul answer a few questions. I only intend to act as a host.

- at the moment, just after installing the wallet, I get a notice about updating the wallet but I can't find any later release than 0.3.3.3. What is the problem here?
- I did get the update notice, I do not seem to download a blockchain and I have zero peers. Should something like a peer list be updated? For the moment I disabled all firewalls.

- I only intend to act as host and have xxx TB to share, but they are on separate rigs on my LAN and oblivious on a whole lot of HDDs. Do I have to announce each rig with the total storage capacity (or even announce each HDD)?
- To keep a single wallet, do I need to map every HDD to the rig with the wallet or is it possible to keep a single wallet (like mapping HDDs)?
- Should the disk be empty/formated or do I need to write something to them? I saw references to a GPU miner.


Sorry for being such a newbie, I just got a bit excited over this Smiley

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