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Author Topic: [ANN] Sia - Decentralized Storage  (Read 1345371 times)
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December 29, 2017, 04:13:54 PM
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my sia wallet synchronizing for 15 days.it reach to 90% few hours ago.never saw somthing like that.even did not know my 10000 sia that bought dec 15 recieved or not.


You can check your balance in the blockexplorer. You don't need to download the whole blockchain for that.
i dont have my address or txid.stupid act of me,just wallet password
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December 29, 2017, 06:46:22 PM
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so all I have to do is update to 1.3.1 and sync again ?


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December 29, 2017, 06:53:25 PM
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Is there a rental rate sheet for those renting out there spare HD space?
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December 29, 2017, 07:31:50 PM
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Is it true that it would be delisted on Bittrex? How about on other exchanges? Could anyone explain if this is true. I love hodling this coin cause I know it will go hyper on the coming hardfork and support from Obelisk on the release of ASIC Miner for the Siacoin network.
Who tell you this ?
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December 29, 2017, 07:41:49 PM
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my sia wallet synchronizing for 15 days.it reach to 90% few hours ago.never saw somthing like that.even did not know my 10000 sia that bought dec 15 recieved or not.


You can check your balance in the blockexplorer. You don't need to download the whole blockchain for that.
i dont have my address or txid.stupid act of me,just wallet password


look at the withdraw transaction on the exchange and you ll see your adress  Wink.
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December 29, 2017, 08:31:09 PM
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Sia is probably one of the longest and most solid projects in cryptoland. It addresses a real use case, differently from some other projects. It is really unfair to see it out of the Top 100 list of Coinmarketcap, despite all the profit it gave us ever since. I think the market has started to correct that error.

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December 29, 2017, 08:38:29 PM
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i will buy some conis and hold for 1 year...its good?
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December 29, 2017, 08:43:47 PM
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Can i have details of any intellectual property which the company has created, registered or applied to register?
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December 29, 2017, 09:22:05 PM
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i will buy some conis and hold for 1 year...its good?

Sia can be quite cheap at the moment, hence very appealing for a decent amount of tokens held. Nevertheless, I would suggest to buy something else which could be more profitable. However, make your own decision at the end.
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December 29, 2017, 09:49:17 PM
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Sia is really quite cheap atm! Remember ath! With stable BTC alts will soon start a rally to reach old heights!

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December 29, 2017, 10:12:38 PM
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SC looks really promising, but i'm concerned companies like Google, Microsoft, Dropbox have cloud storage on a mass scale in the bag and probably already creating something like this in the background, could this be a genuine contender for mass adoption or is it more specialist?
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December 29, 2017, 11:26:40 PM
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Is it true that it would be delisted on Bittrex? How about on other exchanges? Could anyone explain if this is true. I love hodling this coin cause I know it will go hyper on the coming hardfork and support from Obelisk on the release of ASIC Miner for the Siacoin network.
Who tell you this ?
I read about it somewhere, but now I really be stick on DYOR rather than reading on some groups.

Sia is really quite cheap atm! Remember ath! With stable BTC alts will soon start a rally to reach old heights!
Indeed, because so it's better to buy some cheap alts like DOGE it's on the hype too right now. Stable BTC means surging alternative coins.

SC looks really promising, but i'm concerned companies like Google, Microsoft, Dropbox have cloud storage on a mass scale in the bag and probably already creating something like this in the background, could this be a genuine contender for mass adoption or is it more specialist?
Well, as far as I watch the video, Sia is competitive as tge latter companies you've just said. Sia will be known especially on the upcoming events that would  happen next month and hope price would skyrocket because of it.
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December 30, 2017, 01:17:40 AM
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Is it true that it would be delisted on Bittrex? How about on other exchanges? Could anyone explain if this is true. I love hodling this coin cause I know it will go hyper on the coming hardfork and support from Obelisk on the release of ASIC Miner for the Siacoin network.
Who tell you this ?
I read about it somewhere, but now I really be stick on DYOR rather than reading on some groups.

That's simply false. Bittrex has actually been working with the Sia dev team to update their wallet software and correct their issues with deposits and withdrawals, which are working again. Why would they take so much trouble if they plan to delist the coin? Don't listen to the FUD out there.

Is there a rental rate sheet for those renting out there spare HD space?

You can check the table "Top 100 hosts average settings" at SiaStats to get an idea of what the most competitive hosts (thus those that get most of the file contracts) are using for pricing: https://siastats.info/hosts_network.html
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December 30, 2017, 11:46:08 AM
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why asic is a good thing for SIA (or any other coin) ?

They want the Chinese mining force to broke decentralization ?
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December 30, 2017, 12:05:40 PM
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why asic is a good thing for SIA (or any other coin) ?

They want the Chinese mining force to broke decentralization ?

Take a look at this post: https://blog.sia.tech/choosing-asics-for-sia-b318505b5b51

On summary, deploying ASICs kicks out GPU mining from a coin, thus preventing potential 51% attacks from big ETH mining pools. Currently any of the 3 main ETH pools is big enough to account for 51%+ of the Sia (and many other coins) hashrate if they decide to switch to Sia.

Also, Obelisk is controlling the distribution, so they'll never sell more than 20% of hashing power to a single entity, preventing centralization.
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December 30, 2017, 12:08:48 PM
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why asic is a good thing for SIA (or any other coin) ?

They want the Chinese mining force to broke decentralization ?

Take a look at this post: https://blog.sia.tech/choosing-asics-for-sia-b318505b5b51

On summary, deploying ASICs kicks out GPU mining from a coin, thus preventing potential 51% attacks from big ETH mining pools. Currently any of the 3 main ETH pools is big enough to account for 51%+ of the Sia (and many other coins) hashrate if they decide to switch to Sia.

Also, Obelisk is controlling the distribution, so they'll never sell more than 20% of hashing power to a single entity, preventing centralization.

this is a very good reason, thank you
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December 30, 2017, 09:59:42 PM
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How does sia compare to filecoin?
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December 31, 2017, 11:40:56 AM
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How much siacoin will be total in supply? I am talking about future. Currently its 31,396,146,174
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December 31, 2017, 01:26:40 PM
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did someone get his stuck sia withdraw from poloniex or at lease an response to the ticket ?

no news on mine  Huh

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I transferred to Hitbtc and it's more than 24 hrs now it's not deposited. Transaction not getting confirmed.
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December 31, 2017, 01:58:48 PM
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Is there any sia hardfork happening on January 31st 2018?

Is this true ?  Shocked can someone explain in more detail .

There is a hardfork planned at block number 139000, approximately by the end of January. It is aimed to correct the mining Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm.

Take in mind this is a non-contentious fork: all the community, mining pools and infrastructure is accepting it. At such, there will not be a "split" in two coins, no airdrop. The old blockchain will be abandoned.

Looks like the hard fork hit. Via Sia's blog: hard fork on block 135,000
Did anyone notice a price difference due to this?

In everyone's experience. Do hard forks that increase mining difficulty decrease prices?

There was a hardfork at block 135000, but due to a bug in the Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm, a new hardfork was introduced on software version 1.3.1 to correct it. It will happen on block 139000, around the end of January.

How are they going to reach block 139,00 when the block time is over 3 hours? It'll take months meanwhile my deposit to the exchange, so I can sell this garbage, is stuck on 5/6 confirmations because it's to difficult to mine. I started this transfer 5 hours ago and Sia has not only lost value but lost the confidence of investors and miners to properly maintain their business correctly. I loved this coin but it's dead to me now.  Angry

That is absolutely false: the current average block time is 30 minutes due to the bug in the DAA, not 3 hours as you are claiming. So the hardfork will take place by the end of January, no matter what you think. You can check it here: https://siastats.info/mining.html in the last chart. I don't think there is any need to discuss with you your complains and personal opinions about the "confidence" of investors or miners. The "confidence of miners" can be however measured very easily and objectively: it is the network hashrate. And as you can see in the first chart of the previous link, it has actually increased in the past few days.

I'm thinking of removing my sia from the exchange.

how long will it take to sync and how much disk space does sia wallet require?
thanks

The blockchain is about 8.5GB big. If you are using SSD disks it will take less than 10 hours to synchronize. If you are using HDD disks it will be several days (2-3 days or more)


If that's so then why is my Sia Coin stuck in cyberspace because they can't find a block? Bittrex is telling me that the last block update was 738 minutes ago. I wish I new how to insert a screenshot because I have proof. The blockchain is f**ked.
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