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December 30, 2015, 04:42:43 AM
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I'd like to see an infographic, something like:

"IOTA - post blockchain era".
  • no blockchain
  • no fees
  • no hard TPS
  • quantum secure
  • lightweight
  • scalable
  • cross-platform

Just to grab some attention.

Gentleman, I have not been this blown away by a crypto ever.

People have a hard time getting people outside crypto to understand Bitcoin.

In this case, what we have is people inside crypto having a hard time understanding Iota.

They need this InfoGraphic so they can quickly see what it does. But then they are going to want to know how all this is possible.

Its VERY technical.

I believe we already have those in the community who would like to spread the word.

Can someone give them some ammo?

We need some analogies, pictures, diagrams that are stupid proof. Not saying people are stupid but I cant explain all this to them.

Its a difficult balance, because tech this advanced is hard to break down in easy terms that explains everything in, well, English lol.

It will take someone very wise and creative to do this effectively.

It's not me, or Id do it.

Its like we have the magic fruit tree, but we got to be able to explain how the magic works, before everyone will believe us enough to go walk up the hill and grab it.

The basic infographic will work fine for the general public, but we need to grow the circle here some more first.

Thats what Im saying.


Man this shit is mindblowing, it really IS the Bitcoin Killler, no fucking shit man!! WOW!!! Shocked
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December 30, 2015, 04:54:35 AM
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Then we need different infographic for tech guys and for general public.

For general public:
- No need to pay fees.
- No need to download gigabytes of blockchain.
- No need to trust someone.
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December 30, 2015, 05:04:56 AM
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Man this shit is mindblowing, it really IS the Bitcoin Killler, no fucking shit man!! WOW!!! Shocked

Image IoT processors installed in every device in your house and satellites around the Earth sending UDP packets via IPv6 to sync IOTA software preinstalled in each of them. Now this is mindblowing  Cool  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CubeSat
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December 30, 2015, 06:30:17 AM
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Damn, i didnt realise the crowdsale had been. How much IOTA per BTC were they?

NEM, THE SECURE, SCALABLE BLOCKCHAIN [NEM.IO] [T.ME/NEMRED]
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December 30, 2015, 07:12:03 AM
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The old addresses in /ac have disappeared. There are a few new. Do I have to enter the address new or is there a different list than /old.txt and /ac? Where? Thank you.
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Damn, i didnt realise the crowdsale had been. How much IOTA per BTC were they?
1 000 000 000 Iota for 930.96250857 BTC and 58703 Jinn.

Edit: 999 999 999 Iotas, 41297 Jinn.
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December 30, 2015, 08:41:25 AM
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The old addresses in /ac have disappeared. There are a few new. Do I have to enter the address new or is there a different list than /old.txt and /ac? Where? Thank you.

If you entered in once then no need to enter it again.
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December 30, 2015, 09:45:25 AM
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so i guess it's too late to buy some iotas ? No nxt asset either ?
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December 30, 2015, 12:05:49 PM
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Damn, i didnt realise the crowdsale had been. How much IOTA per BTC were they?
1 000 000 000 Iota for 930.96250857 BTC and 58703 Jinn.

damn thats a lot iota per btc , too bad the ico is over and me including many missed it, guess we have to buy after ico for half the price
like 80% of the ico's Cheesy.

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December 30, 2015, 12:18:08 PM
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It's too late, yes. It was open for 27 days.

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December 30, 2015, 12:57:58 PM
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Damn, i didnt realise the crowdsale had been. How much IOTA per BTC were they?
1 000 000 000 Iota for 930.96250857 BTC and 58703 Jinn.

damn thats a lot iota per btc , too bad the ico is over and me including many missed it, guess we have to buy after ico for half the price
like 80% of the ico's Cheesy.


Do you want to take a bet here?
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December 30, 2015, 01:32:32 PM
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Damn, i didnt realise the crowdsale had been. How much IOTA per BTC were they?
1 000 000 000 Iota for 930.96250857 BTC and 58703 Jinn.

damn thats a lot iota per btc , too bad the ico is over and me including many missed it, guess we have to buy after ico for half the price
like 80% of the ico's Cheesy.



Mrboot, I'm pretty sure that most would not sell. we would Iota BENEFIT, and only in this way you can later get Iota.
Although of course it find those who have not understood the very great idea. They will sell.
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December 30, 2015, 01:39:39 PM
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The old addresses in /ac have disappeared. There are a few new. Do I have to enter the address new or is there a different list than /old.txt and /ac? Where? Thank you.

If you entered in once then no need to enter it again.

CfB, thank You very much for your response. Just a pity that I can see my address nowhere. But maybe later.
I know, now devs are very busy.
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December 30, 2015, 02:38:31 PM
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so i guess it's too late to buy some iotas ? No nxt asset either ?
Last lucky!!  Grin  https://nxtforum.org/alternate-cryptocurrencies/iota/msg204686/#msg204686

Buy IOTA on NXT monetary system.

Currency code: KIOTA
Account: NXT-LXTE-49TM-7BAZ-8W37F
Currency Id: 10176659922964555108

When Iota goes live, you can change 1 KIOTA for 1 000 real Iota tokens.
When Iota hits exchanges the price could be higher.
If Iota never goes live for various reasons, your funds will be returned to you at the rate you purchased KIOTA. Of course, you need to trust me to buy. I am selling from my personal ICO stash. It's an option for late comers.
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December 30, 2015, 10:27:45 PM
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so i guess it's too late to buy some iotas ? No nxt asset either ?
Last lucky!!  Grin  https://nxtforum.org/alternate-cryptocurrencies/iota/msg204686/#msg204686

Buy IOTA on NXT monetary system.

Currency code: KIOTA
Account: NXT-LXTE-49TM-7BAZ-8W37F
Currency Id: 10176659922964555108

When Iota goes live, you can change 1 KIOTA for 1 000 real Iota tokens.
When Iota hits exchanges the price could be higher.
If Iota never goes live for various reasons, your funds will be returned to you at the rate you purchased KIOTA. Of course, you need to trust me to buy. I am selling from my personal ICO stash. It's an option for late comers.

I made a rough calculation, with nxt @ 0.00001589 (medium price today) is 2.78075 BTC for 175000 nxt to convert to 500 KIOTA(the existing stock) to convert to 500.000 IOTA.

approximately price x3 / x4 from crowdfounding.

 
I think is  a great deal, also the nxt forum user (lurker10) who created KIOTA is a  trusted member of the comunity.
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December 31, 2015, 11:00:34 AM
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Noob Question:

How does MQTT differ from IOTA and what are the advantages and disadvantages of using IOTA over MQTT.
Or have i completely missed the point and is MQTT not in the same technology application space as IOTA itself?

THanks
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December 31, 2015, 11:10:47 AM
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Noob Question:

How does MQTT differ from IOTA and what are the advantages and disadvantages of using IOTA over MQTT.
Or have i completely missed the point and is MQTT not in the same technology application space as IOTA itself?

THanks

Iota incentivizes delivery of data to all nodes because this increases security of the whole system, it also hides real endpoints of the communication and is more lightweight.
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December 31, 2015, 11:21:36 AM
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Okay, thanks. So compared to MQTT, IOTA architecture allows for more decentralized consensus, higher security, anonymity of nodes and is more lightweight (suited for low powered IOT devices/nodes).
Hope that is a correct statement  Smiley
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January 01, 2016, 09:40:44 AM
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 Grin And again in two weeks.

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January 01, 2016, 01:02:04 PM
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Noob Question:

How does MQTT differ from IOTA and what are the advantages and disadvantages of using IOTA over MQTT.
Or have i completely missed the point and is MQTT not in the same technology application space as IOTA itself?

THanks

Iota incentivizes delivery of data to all nodes because this increases security of the whole system, it also hides real endpoints of the communication and is more lightweight.
I think iota will be no blockin for us in the conventional sense or in the presence of more altered condition
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