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January 11, 2018, 05:58:28 PM
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How will Burstcoin fare in 2018? 2019? 2020?

I know there's much more activity over at Burstnation, but I'm curious to hear from bitcointalkers.

Is this coin worth holding onto or not?

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January 11, 2018, 06:27:17 PM
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Hallo dev, can you tell me who are the team members in your big project?
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January 11, 2018, 07:28:21 PM
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Hallo dev, can you tell me who are the team members in your big project?

https://www.burst-coin.org/contributors

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January 12, 2018, 12:05:29 AM
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How will Burstcoin fare in 2018? 2019? 2020?

I know there's much more activity over at Burstnation, but I'm curious to hear from bitcointalkers.

Is this coin worth holding onto or not?
Since the PoC Consortium started working on Burst, things have changed.  The Dymaxion looks exciting, a tangle-based lightning network.  Will be interesting to see how they implement it.  If the price dips, I'll be buying more.
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January 12, 2018, 03:12:51 AM
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How will Burstcoin fare in 2018? 2019? 2020?

I know there's much more activity over at Burstnation, but I'm curious to hear from bitcointalkers.

Is this coin worth holding onto or not?
Since the PoC Consortium started working on Burst, things have changed.  The Dymaxion looks exciting, a tangle-based lightning network.  Will be interesting to see how they implement it.  If the price dips, I'll be buying more.

Dont forget about Proof of Capacity. Its the future of mining now that we have seen that China is already starting to crack down on BTC miners and slowly driving them away because of wasteful use of electricity. For altcoins, GPUs are now over priced because of increased demand and they are now very hard to find because the stores are always out of inventory.



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January 12, 2018, 08:27:44 AM
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Help me people. When i closed my local wallet and i opened it again all my information was gone as i open a new wallet. What to do now?
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January 13, 2018, 02:37:02 AM
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Help me people. When i closed my local wallet and i opened it again all my information was gone as i open a new wallet. What to do now?

Please show a screenshot of your wallet and also please post whats the wallet version and what OS you are using. Unless your computer was hacked then I dont see any problem except maybe you have a slow computer.

Posting your computer's hardware specifications would also help.



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January 13, 2018, 10:30:11 AM
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https://ibb.co/hvYVXR
I`ve had 46 burstcoins in it.The version of wallet is Qbundle v1.9.My Windows is 8.1 my computer specs are i3 procesor 4gb ram 1TB HDD.
When i closed it and reopened i used the same phrase,but in wallet there wasnt my information like name settings and coins.
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January 13, 2018, 02:55:52 PM
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https://ibb.co/hvYVXR
I`ve had 46 burstcoins in it.The version of wallet is Qbundle v1.9.My Windows is 8.1 my computer specs are i3 procesor 4gb ram 1TB HDD.
When i closed it and reopened i used the same phrase,but in wallet there wasnt my information like name settings and coins.

My opinion, is that you insert the pass phrase wrong, and created a new account, the address is the same ? (TZTA-BD2K-274Z-7A5JG) and the fact that your image shows a message "Welcome to your NEW account" is another sign that you typed wrong the password.

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January 13, 2018, 04:02:42 PM
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No ,the address is not the same. My image shows "welcome to your new account" because was set my acc. I tryed several times wit my phrases
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January 13, 2018, 04:16:37 PM
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No ,the address is not the same. My image shows "welcome to your new account" because was set my acc. I tryed several times wit my phrases

If the address is not the same is clear that you created a new account, and memorized bad the password for the account where you deposited burst.... this is not a good think, because your passphrase is you private key to enter the wallet, no possibility to recover, if you can't find the right one, your coins, sorry, but are lost.

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No ,the address is not the same. My image shows "welcome to your new account" because was set my acc. I tryed several times wit my phrases

If the address is not the same is clear that you created a new account, and memorized bad the password for the account where you deposited burst.... this is not a good think, because your passphrase is you private key to enter the wallet, no possibility to recover, if you can't find the right one, your coins, sorry, but are lost.
But i have the phrases from the previous acc. Isnt there any way to recover it?
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January 13, 2018, 06:29:33 PM
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No ,the address is not the same. My image shows "welcome to your new account" because was set my acc. I tryed several times wit my phrases

If the address is not the same is clear that you created a new account, and memorized bad the password for the account where you deposited burst.... this is not a good think, because your passphrase is you private key to enter the wallet, no possibility to recover, if you can't find the right one, your coins, sorry, but are lost.
But i have the phrases from the previous acc. Isnt there any way to recover it?

If you have the prahse of the account you have the burst in, if you enter in a wallet, your coins have to be shown, if it give you another burst address entering the words, it means that you noted down something wrong, and without the exact password, you can't enter on the account.

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January 13, 2018, 09:56:01 PM
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This coin is definitely worth holding onto. Hard drives are much easier to make than GPUs or CPUs. This gives burstcoin a huge advantage when it comes to the long term. in 2025, we will still have loads of hard drives, but GPUs and CPUs will be super expensive. This trend will continue until we see a radical change in the materials used to make GPUs and CPUs. Im Hodling my burst for sure. see yall in 2050 Smiley

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January 14, 2018, 05:31:23 PM
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This coin is definitely worth holding onto. Hard drives are much easier to make than GPUs or CPUs. This gives burstcoin a huge advantage when it comes to the long term. in 2025, we will still have loads of hard drives, but GPUs and CPUs will be super expensive. This trend will continue until we see a radical change in the materials used to make GPUs and CPUs. Im Hodling my burst for sure. see yall in 2050 Smiley

nice life expectancy Smiley

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January 14, 2018, 07:44:13 PM
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Hi all,

I'm new to burstcoin. I'm trying to wrap my head around mining with HDD idea. Can someone kindly explain to me:
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Mining: once plots are generated and stored on a drive, the miner only has to launch his mining software. It will read through his plots in order to come up with an amount of time (called the “deadline“) necessary to forge the current block. Once the deadline is submitted, the HDD becomes idle until the next block appears. Your HDD stays idle most of the time and reads through the plot files only for a few seconds for each block. The best deadline submitted among all miners is the one forging and establishing the duration of the block.
So I need to have really fast access to data, right? Is that all what matters? Fast access? How does that work with having bigger storage? I am being paid for fast access or for bigger storage being utilized? Sorry for newbie questions but I am totally new to it.
EDIT: "What is HDD wakeup" being used for?

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Hi all,

I'm new to burstcoin. I'm trying to wrap my head around mining with HDD idea. Can someone kindly explain to me:
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Mining: once plots are generated and stored on a drive, the miner only has to launch his mining software. It will read through his plots in order to come up with an amount of time (called the “deadline“) necessary to forge the current block. Once the deadline is submitted, the HDD becomes idle until the next block appears. Your HDD stays idle most of the time and reads through the plot files only for a few seconds for each block. The best deadline submitted among all miners is the one forging and establishing the duration of the block.
So I need to have really fast access to data, right? Is that all what matters? Fast access? How does that work with having bigger storage? I am being paid for fast access or for bigger storage being utilized? Sorry for newbie questions but I am totally new to it.
EDIT: "What is HDD wakeup" being used for?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_DNllF-9NY

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I was only born in 2000, so 2050 is easy for me Tongue
Im lucky i was born in the age of crypto, right at the perfect time where i have loads of freetime and a hunger to learn about money making. I will be crypto rich in 2025. and 2050, ill be a crypto god.

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January 14, 2018, 09:43:56 PM
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I was only born in 2000, so 2050 is easy for me Tongue
Im lucky i was born in the age of crypto, right at the perfect time where i have loads of freetime and a hunger to learn about money making. I will be crypto rich in 2025. and 2050, ill be a crypto god.

But you are a bit too young to profit from Bitcoin. You've been only 10 years old when Bitcoin could be bought for nothing. So you are too late:D You will profit from future gains like everyone else, but you already missed first wave. Fingers crossed for crypto future, though:)


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Burst is one of the most undervalued projects in cryptomarket.
Maybe their marketing team is weak, but generaly, the product is amazing.

I expect to see major price increase in 2018

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