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November 24, 2015, 12:22:06 PM
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I noticed the twitter account had changed his description to: Not real account: NXT and IOTA supporter

Have you contacted him if he maybe wants to give you the twitter account or do you have another twitter account that will be usable for the coin?

He contacted me but I'm not interested in usage of Twitter. Use https://twitter.com/iotatoken for Iota related tweets.
Will you be using reddit for the coin at all? A subreddit community.
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November 24, 2015, 01:05:31 PM
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How do you guys plan to market iota in such a way that will attract use by people outside of the crypto community?
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November 24, 2015, 01:22:23 PM
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I noticed the twitter account had changed his description to: Not real account: NXT and IOTA supporter

Have you contacted him if he maybe wants to give you the twitter account or do you have another twitter account that will be usable for the coin?

He contacted me but I'm not interested in usage of Twitter. Use https://twitter.com/iotatoken for Iota related tweets.
Will you be using reddit for the coin at all? A subreddit community.

For sure, I registered /u/iotatoken in preparation for this a month ago, I just registered the subreddit /r/iotatoken. Feel free to start posting and if you want to be mod let me know.

We'll definitely spend a lot of time and resources on building a community, but ultimately the decision for what platform to use for communication has to arise naturally from the community itself.

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November 24, 2015, 01:24:36 PM
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How do you guys plan to market iota in such a way that will attract use by people outside of the crypto community?

We will target tech companies and developers primarily in the beginning. This (IOTA) is a technology that has a lot of potential for a lot of different products, as described in interviews and articles already. So it will be mostly about forming alliances with these creators and developers.

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November 24, 2015, 01:45:58 PM
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Dear Iota-Team,

I’m very interested but not such a sophisticated Blockchain.info user. The process Come-from-Beyond has explained to get out a long code I didn’t fully get. Especially the part where to insert the 81 letters Brain Wallet code. I hope tomorrow in the announcement it will be written in more detail, what I have insert as Public Note in Blockchain.info to participate here. If I don’t understand the process I won’t be able to send the BTC.

Many thanks in advance.

NXT-Wallet: NXT-UBDL-3XU4-NQBZ-FT33G
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November 24, 2015, 02:00:14 PM
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Especially the part where to insert the 81 letters Brain Wallet code.

Brainwallet code must be kept secret. Only publishing of the corresponding 163 char string is allowed.
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November 24, 2015, 02:13:43 PM
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Especially the part where to insert the 81 letters Brain Wallet code.

Brainwallet code must be kept secret. Only publishing of the corresponding 163 char string is allowed.

Thanks for the fast answer Come-from-Beyond – much appreciated.
So if I understand it right: Just run the app you have provided at Slide 30.
Than I would open http://localhost:9999/mybrainwalletpassword81lettersetc
Output will be a long data string like:
GIETRWDKTJWJVAJDKZQHZAWGGKNCEONKJOUUCWCWLSSVTBUCATOIZTPLYVDDOISPZWBNHZMWRSDMQWE IN_IIBACWXHBCDIEJZSX9SUQAKI9XQNFJIQUASNMJLJZEHDZAOAQZJGMUQDHRRQYGOGSJRAJ99TKHGY DVPQE

This I would need to send as Public Note when I send the Bitcoin by Blockchain.info to your Bitcoin-account.
That’s it.
Correct?

NXT-Wallet: NXT-UBDL-3XU4-NQBZ-FT33G
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November 24, 2015, 02:23:43 PM
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Thanks for the fast answer Come-from-Beyond – much appreciated.
So if I understand it right: Just run the app you have provided at Slide 30.
Than I would open http://localhost:9999/mybrainwalletpassword81lettersetc
Output will be a long data string like:
GIETRWDKTJWJVAJDKZQHZAWGGKNCEONKJOUUCWCWLSSVTBUCATOIZTPLYVDDOISPZWBNHZMWRSDMQWE IN_IIBACWXHBCDIEJZSX9SUQAKI9XQNFJIQUASNMJLJZEHDZAOAQZJGMUQDHRRQYGOGSJRAJ99TKHGY DVPQE

This I would need to send as Public Note when I send the Bitcoin by Blockchain.info to your Bitcoin-account.
That’s it.
Correct?


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November 24, 2015, 02:36:00 PM
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For sure, I registered /u/iotatoken in preparation for this a month ago, I just registered the subreddit /r/iotatoken. Feel free to start posting and if you want to be mod let me know.

We'll definitely spend a lot of time and resources on building a community, but ultimately the decision for what platform to use for communication has to arise naturally from the community itself.

Slack is also pretty good for communication.
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November 24, 2015, 02:39:28 PM
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Thanks for the fast answer Come-from-Beyond – much appreciated.
So if I understand it right: Just run the app you have provided at Slide 30.
Than I would open http://localhost:9999/mybrainwalletpassword81lettersetc
Output will be a long data string like:
GIETRWDKTJWJVAJDKZQHZAWGGKNCEONKJOUUCWCWLSSVTBUCATOIZTPLYVDDOISPZWBNHZMWRSDMQWE IN_IIBACWXHBCDIEJZSX9SUQAKI9XQNFJIQUASNMJLJZEHDZAOAQZJGMUQDHRRQYGOGSJRAJ99TKHGY DVPQE

This I would need to send as Public Note when I send the Bitcoin by Blockchain.info to your Bitcoin-account.
That’s it.
Correct?


Yes.

Every user must generate for him his own unique 81 chars length seed code ? 
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November 24, 2015, 02:43:05 PM
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For sure, I registered /u/iotatoken in preparation for this a month ago, I just registered the subreddit /r/iotatoken. Feel free to start posting and if you want to be mod let me know.

We'll definitely spend a lot of time and resources on building a community, but ultimately the decision for what platform to use for communication has to arise naturally from the community itself.

Slack is also pretty good for communication.

Yea for sure. Will definitely setup a Slack or Ryver

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November 24, 2015, 02:43:41 PM
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Every user must generate for him his own unique 81 chars length seed code ? 

Yes.
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November 24, 2015, 05:54:44 PM
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Any suggestion about how to generate a random seed code 81 chars long?

It seems to me the longest but also best option is rolling dice using the first table here: http://world.std.com/~reinhold/dicewarefaq.html#tables

Or for something faster create 9 strings 9 chars long with this truly random strings generator: https://www.random.org/strings/   but is it enough secure even with https?






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November 24, 2015, 06:32:24 PM
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Any suggestion about how to generate a random seed code 81 chars long?
It seems to me the longest but also best option is rolling dice using the first table here: http://world.std.com/~reinhold/dicewarefaq.html#tables
Or for something faster create 9 strings 9 chars long with this truly random strings generator: https://www.random.org/strings/   but is it enough secure even with https?

If I am correct, you only can use lowercase letters and 9 to create the pass phase.
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November 24, 2015, 06:50:44 PM
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Any suggestion about how to generate a random seed code 81 chars long?

Use to generate chars one by one.

To generate a single char throw the die 3 times, each time write down 0 (for 1 point and 2 points), 1 (3 points, 4 points) or 2 (5 points, 6 points). Then take the number which is FIRST_VALUE + SECOND_VALUE * 3 + THIRD_VALUE * 9. If the result is 0 then take "9", otherwise take the corresponding letter of the Latin/English alphabet.

PS: Make sure it's a fair die, not one from the set of magic tricks.
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November 25, 2015, 02:13:59 PM
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Iota sale thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262688.0
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November 25, 2015, 04:02:16 PM
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Come-from-Beyond, mthcl or David just one additional question: Is the amount of IOTA-Token/Coins really 999’999’999 and there are 9 figures after decimal point, so one more than Bitcoin have? So IOTA has even smaller units like a Bitcoin Satoshi? Thanks for clarification.
No. There will be 999'999'999'.999999999.

It seems that the final coin amount is settled down to 999,999,999. I wonder how many decimal points there will be after the change.
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November 25, 2015, 04:03:38 PM
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It seems that the final coin amount is settled down to 999,999,999. I wonder how many decimal points there will be after the change.

That amount was rounded. Technically there will be 1 billion without 10^-9.
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November 25, 2015, 05:06:57 PM
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I am still not sure about the applications of this token, IOT is itself in a very primitive state, more like a concept. What is the long term vision on this project?
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November 25, 2015, 05:24:36 PM
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I am still not sure about the applications of this token, IOT is itself in a very primitive state, more like a concept. What is the long term vision on this project?

Define "very primitive state", please.
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