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February 29, 2016, 04:13:19 AM
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Hey - thanks for taking the time to reply to my questions. I've been investing over the last few months in decentralized data storage coins like MAID and SC. I've been reading about how RADS essentially offers a better solution to having decentralized storage.

So I understand you are the main developer of the coin. Do you work on this fulltime? And what additional support do you receive from the community? I unfortunately don't have a strong development background but could help on the marketing side of things given that's where my background stands. 

Hi!

Radium has two developers. tm2013 is the developer for the Radium Coin wallet, and I am the developer for the SmartChain. The Smart Chain offered decentralized username/address linkage, proof of existence, and file verification through hashes stored in the block chain. tm2013 said he has begun work on a decentralized storage system, but my understanding is that it is still pre proof-of-concept. The SmartChain client is in production, and is available on the OP.  To my knowledge, the SmartChain is the first system to incorporate user accounts, address-username linkage, text notes, and proof of file ownership and proof of existence in one system. If you have any other questions, please ask!

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Good stuff! Thanks for the reply -- do you two as developers do any type of "address the community" chats/updates to talk about progress? I'd love to jump into one of those if they ever go down.
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February 29, 2016, 04:22:02 AM
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Hey - thanks for taking the time to reply to my questions. I've been investing over the last few months in decentralized data storage coins like MAID and SC. I've been reading about how RADS essentially offers a better solution to having decentralized storage.

So I understand you are the main developer of the coin. Do you work on this fulltime? And what additional support do you receive from the community? I unfortunately don't have a strong development background but could help on the marketing side of things given that's where my background stands.  

Hi!

Radium has two developers. tm2013 is the developer for the Radium Coin wallet, and I am the developer for the SmartChain. The Smart Chain offered decentralized username/address linkage, proof of existence, and file verification through hashes stored in the block chain. tm2013 said he has begun work on a decentralized storage system, but my understanding is that it is still pre proof-of-concept. The SmartChain client is in production, and is available on the OP.  To my knowledge, the SmartChain is the first system to incorporate user accounts, address-username linkage, text notes, and proof of file ownership and proof of existence in one system. If you have any other questions, please ask!

JJ
Good stuff! Thanks for the reply -- do you two as developers do any type of "address the community" chats/updates to talk about progress? I'd love to jump into one of those if they ever go down.

Both of us are usually in the slack channel, but it can be hit or miss as to who is online at any given time.  If that is something the community would be interested in, we can look into making that happen. What forum would you suggest for such an event?

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February 29, 2016, 05:54:36 AM
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Hey - thanks for taking the time to reply to my questions. I've been investing over the last few months in decentralized data storage coins like MAID and SC. I've been reading about how RADS essentially offers a better solution to having decentralized storage.

So I understand you are the main developer of the coin. Do you work on this fulltime? And what additional support do you receive from the community? I unfortunately don't have a strong development background but could help on the marketing side of things given that's where my background stands.  

Hi!

Radium has two developers. tm2013 is the developer for the Radium Coin wallet, and I am the developer for the SmartChain. The Smart Chain offered decentralized username/address linkage, proof of existence, and file verification through hashes stored in the block chain. tm2013 said he has begun work on a decentralized storage system, but my understanding is that it is still pre proof-of-concept. The SmartChain client is in production, and is available on the OP.  To my knowledge, the SmartChain is the first system to incorporate user accounts, address-username linkage, text notes, and proof of file ownership and proof of existence in one system. If you have any other questions, please ask!

JJ
Good stuff! Thanks for the reply -- do you two as developers do any type of "address the community" chats/updates to talk about progress? I'd love to jump into one of those if they ever go down.

Both of us are usually in the slack channel, but it can be hit or miss as to who is online at any given time.  If that is something the community would be interested in, we can look into making that happen. What forum would you suggest for such an event?

JJ

Yeah, I'll jump on the slack forum and look for you guys there. Thanks for the quick replies.
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February 29, 2016, 07:01:52 AM
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Honestly guys I am buying into it. I bought 418 rads few days ago and I want to acumulate more now.

It's now worth 1/500 of ETH.
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February 29, 2016, 07:31:27 AM
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Congratulations to smartchain user 65cerberus who was selected by Microsoft Excel's "=randbetween()" function as the winner of my Smartchain giveaway contest! He has been awarded 250 Radium in transaction: 1833265b1aa5b0073418e19350ff5823fa61833d4e43caad38fd156bf3cc455e-000
Thanks to the 10 participants, hopefully we can do this again soon Smiley

THANK YOU!  I appreciate the chance to participate with this group

Congrats! Damn, I wish I participated - just got super busy during the last days.

Looking forward to the next one! Smiley

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February 29, 2016, 08:15:05 AM
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rads is a new coin but were able to beat the old coin like WBB , which still do not know her advanced Wink Wink Wink
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February 29, 2016, 09:30:22 AM
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Hey - thanks for taking the time to reply to my questions. I've been investing over the last few months in decentralized data storage coins like MAID and SC. I've been reading about how RADS essentially offers a better solution to having decentralized storage.

So I understand you are the main developer of the coin. Do you work on this fulltime? And what additional support do you receive from the community? I unfortunately don't have a strong development background but could help on the marketing side of things given that's where my background stands.  

Hi!

Radium has two developers. tm2013 is the developer for the Radium Coin wallet, and I am the developer for the SmartChain. The Smart Chain offered decentralized username/address linkage, proof of existence, and file verification through hashes stored in the block chain. tm2013 said he has begun work on a decentralized storage system, but my understanding is that it is still pre proof-of-concept. The SmartChain client is in production, and is available on the OP.  To my knowledge, the SmartChain is the first system to incorporate user accounts, address-username linkage, text notes, and proof of file ownership and proof of existence in one system. If you have any other questions, please ask!

JJ
Good stuff! Thanks for the reply -- do you two as developers do any type of "address the community" chats/updates to talk about progress? I'd love to jump into one of those if they ever go down.

Both of us are usually in the slack channel, but it can be hit or miss as to who is online at any given time.  If that is something the community would be interested in, we can look into making that happen. What forum would you suggest for such an event?

JJ

Yeah, I'll jump on the slack forum and look for you guys there. Thanks for the quick replies.

Two core devs and an active 3rd party dev Wink

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February 29, 2016, 10:12:51 AM
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why pumping on Polo?

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February 29, 2016, 01:03:18 PM
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As I mentioned somewhere on page 5, the market cap of this coin should have been 1 million at that time. It's finally reached that stage, and Radium has gained a lot of momentum.


Time will tell whether or not more people will become aware of the possibilities that Radium has to offer. 

The developers and all their updates, even in bare times, make me continue to hold my positive view on Radium's future.


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February 29, 2016, 01:43:54 PM
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As I mentioned somewhere on page 5, the market cap of this coin should have been 1 million at that time. It's finally reached that stage, and Radium has gained a lot of momentum.


Time will tell whether or not more people will become aware of the possibilities that Radium has to offer. 

The developers and all their updates, even in bare times, make me continue to hold my positive view on Radium's future.



Agreed.  Looks promising week-to-week even moreso.
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February 29, 2016, 01:45:18 PM
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Time will tell whether or not more people will become aware of the possibilities that Radium has to offer. 

like what?

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February 29, 2016, 02:22:33 PM
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I believe 0.0008 is the new floor on RADS.

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February 29, 2016, 02:32:45 PM
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Time will tell whether or not more people will become aware of the possibilities that Radium has to offer. 

like what?

how about DYOR? instead of trying to pick a fight here
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February 29, 2016, 03:05:18 PM
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Time will tell whether or not more people will become aware of the possibilities that Radium has to offer.  

like what?

how about DYOR? instead of trying to pick a fight here

i got 100 RADS on POLO. Seems to me ur the guy picking a fight.

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February 29, 2016, 03:14:13 PM
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rads was awesome pump, can it happen again
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February 29, 2016, 06:55:59 PM
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February 29, 2016, 07:18:38 PM
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Yet another awesome job.

What's your RADS address OSMIUMCOIN?
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February 29, 2016, 08:55:23 PM
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February 29, 2016, 09:04:52 PM
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Any news of adding RADS to other exchanges?

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February 29, 2016, 09:25:54 PM
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rads was awesome pump, can it happen again

What do you mean "was" lol, it's just getting started!  Grin Cool
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