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March 01, 2016, 11:00:15 PM
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All IoT devices need a means of updating themselves.

Can/Could IOTA-connected devices self-update?

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March 01, 2016, 11:04:42 PM
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All IoT devices need a means of updating themselves.

Can/Could IOTA-connected devices self-update?

Yes.
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March 01, 2016, 11:12:51 PM
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All IoT devices need a means of updating themselves.

Can/Could IOTA-connected devices self-update?

Yes.

Can or could?

ps perhaps a little how?. I dunno any self-updating cryptos iirc

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March 01, 2016, 11:15:58 PM
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Can or could?

Could, because there are no such devices yet.
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March 01, 2016, 11:22:46 PM
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Cfb, the software is meant to be used by IoT devices (low processing power, low disk space).

So my question is, who stores all the transactions and whats his incentive?
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March 01, 2016, 11:25:29 PM
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Can or could?

Could, because there are no such devices yet.

I dunno any self-updating cryptos. I wonder how that would work

ps https://twitter.com/tangleninja/status/696307397971865600
#IOTA community memeber Silmarils managed to get IOTA running on an Intel Edison Cheesy

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March 02, 2016, 01:19:12 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?
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March 02, 2016, 01:27:11 AM
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how long did this ICO last?

27 days.
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March 02, 2016, 01:28:36 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)

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March 02, 2016, 01:54:26 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.
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March 02, 2016, 01:57:22 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.



Yes, the great distribution Iota had will help tremendously with its success. 
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March 02, 2016, 02:10:58 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.



Yes, the great distribution Iota had will help tremendously with its success. 


This remains to be seen.

I still think a much wider distribution would have been better.
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March 02, 2016, 03:05:36 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.



Yes, the great distribution Iota had will help tremendously with its success.  


This remains to be seen.

I still think a much wider distribution would have been better.


Hey, don't come on the thread acting like we didn't have a good distribution based on the fact you didn't hear about it.

1.  It lasted 27 days.

2. There were threads about it in the altcoin discussion section then, too.

3. I understand your account got hacked, or banned during the ICO and you had other things going on, which is why you're cryptohunter2. Thats not Iotas fault, and certainly doesn't make our perfectly fine distribution any different. Sorry you got hacked or whatever.

4.  Even when you did hear about Iota, you didnt bother to verify statements made by an insane troll, before you posted and repeated his garbage. You had nothing but doubts about it and posted false rumors about our devs as quoted below from the Iota - Unmoderated Thread


And now it's the distribution.

Get a life.


Seems weird we can't on this board get a collective of the best verified coders to examine projects and give a collective judgement. I mean if it is true the person coding this out is not even a 3rd rate programmer and this is verified by know expert coders then it surely that is quite a terrible indication of things to come.

Who are the known and verified best crypto people on this board? Is there a list of verified crypto specialists anywhere?


If every new IPO had a peer review done on their whitepaper by 20 top verified experts on this forum and the majority of the experts just said it looks like techno babble to suck in greedy noob investors then that could be of great use to stopping these scamming ipo


I don't seem to understand this thread.


So


cfb - is he a coder or the 24 yr old boy that keeps getting referred to?

Iota - is the concept good with interesting new ideas that can be coded out into a viable project if they had an expert coder on the team or is the entire thing techno babble that looks great to the average man but is essentially a pointless exercise that is only obvious to experts in the field?

How can cfb seemingly argue with anonymint about things and anonymint even acknowledge Iota as giving him food for thought (not sure he said exactly that ) if cfb (or his hired coder) isn't a good programmer or very knowledgeable in crytpo?

What i mean is if this coder is 3rd rate and the other is a 24yr old boy with no real experience in crypto how did they dream up something that has so many people on this board investing and hasn't anonymint and other experts just laughing at the nonsense of it all?


Should I be thankful i missed the ipo on this one or not?

If lots of other verified experts on here said they suspected the same as the OP then this would be too late now but at least everyone would know they got shafted. Let's bring them here





Well, were all here now Cryptopunter2
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March 02, 2016, 04:54:20 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.



Yes, the great distribution Iota had will help tremendously with its success.  


This remains to be seen.

I still think a much wider distribution would have been better.

A second ICO only because you miss it, are you God? how did you come up with this idea, soooooo ludicrous.

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March 02, 2016, 05:10:08 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.


everybody will have a chance to buy it on market

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March 02, 2016, 06:04:58 AM
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Can someone tell me what price the ICO was at?

Also what does everyone expect the market cap to be after exchange release?

As mean as far as I understand it this coin is pretty revolutionary in that it resolves bloat, storage and scalability issues. All that and more. Surely that's due a huge market cap?

Thanks.
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March 02, 2016, 06:14:20 AM
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Can someone tell me what price the ICO was at?

Also what does everyone expect the market cap to be after exchange release?

As mean as far as I understand it this coin is pretty revolutionary in that it resolves bloat, storage and scalability issues. All that and more. Surely that's due a huge market cap?

Thanks.


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March 02, 2016, 06:33:45 AM
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As mean as far as I understand it this coin is pretty revolutionary in that it resolves bloat, storage and scalability issues. All that and more. Surely that's due a huge market cap?

It solves micropayment issue too. There are no tx fees in iota. You only need to do a little PoW in order to issue a transaction.
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March 02, 2016, 06:35:30 AM
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how to buy IOTA... and what price is it compared to the ICO.

I have no idea how I missed this ICO.



I've practically lived on this board for the last 3 years?

how long did this ICO last?


IOTA was announced late October, crowdsale started late November and lasted to late December. We were covered in all the crypto-sites, several of the crypto slacks, so not sure how you missed it either. We didn't have a marketing budget and we didn't want to hype it for months, so we couldn't pull a Ethereum or Augur, but several hundred participated, so I think you must've just been unlucky if you didn't catch it.

The best way to acquire IOTA now is to either:

1. Offer some work, community members may put up a bounty or pay for tasks
2. Wait for it to come on exchanges after launch
3. Buy from someone (you should use trusted escrow)


Yes, that was unfortunate.

So it lasted 27 days?

I think such an ambitious and revolutionary product should have had a far larger ICO in terms of length and awareness.

It seems very alive on the main board now.  I notice nothing else other than IOTA threads.

The initial distribution of a token/coin I believe is core to it's acceptance later on.



Yes, the great distribution Iota had will help tremendously with its success.  


This remains to be seen.

I still think a much wider distribution would have been better.

Let us say like this, if there is a second ICO, when it's finished, some guys are still not aware of IOTA, then they show up in this thread and say "I have no idea how I missed this ICO..." and ask for a third ICO, it's endless. Also it's unfair to early investors.

So raising a second ICO is f*cking ridiculous , you miss the ICO, it's your fault, not others.


Yes this is one possible way to look at it. I wonder if a poll was raised on the main alt discussion forum if the board over time would rather see more opportunity and time given to all bct members to get behind such a project. I mean why see it as a bad thing. More people on board the more people pushing it forward and less thinking it was a quick fast ICO that only a small % of the board got to know about.

You see dash made the same error of thinking - although their launch and coin grab was an out right scam. IOTA ipo was not a scam it was an opportunity for those few that knew about it to purchase all the coins cheaply and then  charge 25x IPO price when nothing concrete has really changed.

I mean it seems very unfair that the rest of the board that didn't hear about it should now be paying 25x more when there is nothing more to actually see right now?

Why not a second IPO for a 2nd wave of investors? more development funds? see it as an extension of the first IPO and not a second one.

I think it could be a great idea. For everyone because yes 25x ipo seems great now. However if a lot more people came on board their investment and time can push it far higher.

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March 02, 2016, 06:45:55 AM
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Cfb, the software is meant to be used by IoT devices (low processing power, low disk space).

So my question is, who stores all the transactions and whats his incentive?

All the transactions (not that many though because of snapshhotting/pruning) are stored by full nodes. Low-end devices can do off-tangle transfers that don't require to have a copy of the tangle, or they can cooperate and split burden of storage between them.
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