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October 17, 2017, 11:59:21 PM
Last edit: October 18, 2017, 12:17:33 AM by blodtypex
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Out of hundreds of cryptos, http://ibm.com chose http://stellar.org to handle it's blockchain payment systems.

You think any other Fortune 100 companies are looking at Stellar right now?


Stellar should be in the top five by the end of 2017.


I still cant believe how big this is 😄 IBM works with alot if BlockChain projects like Wallmart. Im sure we will see more usecases from IBM using fx Stellar.

Read more about the WallMart blockchain project and other IBM projects here:
https://www.computerworlduk.com/galleries/infrastructure/real-world-uses-of-blockchain-today-3656030/
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October 18, 2017, 12:44:30 AM
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With the IBM partnership XLM deserves to be in the top ten and the crypto community knows this. One if the biggest news and partnerships of the year and its being used. Win win for XLM and I’m not even a stellar Stan but Big ups to the hodlers out there you all deserve it

Yes, with this partnership I'm sure xlm value will increase faster now. I'm holding my coins since the last give away because the value of xlm decrease drastically. But now they are improving and hoping that it will continue. Smiley Good luck to stellar devs. I'm still wishing stellar will give more free lumens.  Grin

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October 18, 2017, 02:06:03 AM
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I need a clarification about a wallet: I was looking for a desktop wallet for macOS, and I chose Stellar Desktop Client, what I don't understand is the way I see the various files once I open the zip, there are:
- credits (HTML file)
- nwjs (application, 173.2 mb)
- nwjs-v0.20.2-osx-x64 (folder)

Inside that folder:
- credits (HTML file)
- nwjs (application, 166.4 mb)

Is it normal? And if it's ok, which application file should I install? Thanks!
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October 18, 2017, 03:37:02 AM
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I need a clarification about a wallet: I was looking for a desktop wallet for macOS, and I chose Stellar Desktop Client, what I don't understand is the way I see the various files once I open the zip, there are:
- credits (HTML file)
- nwjs (application, 173.2 mb)
- nwjs-v0.20.2-osx-x64 (folder)

Inside that folder:
- credits (HTML file)
- nwjs (application, 166.4 mb)

Is it normal? And if it's ok, which application file should I install? Thanks!

I'm pretty sure you would want the topmost njws.exe if you are on Windows. --- The OSX folder would be for Apple operating systems; since you're on Mac this is the one for you.
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October 18, 2017, 06:40:25 AM
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Out of hundreds of cryptos, http://ibm.com chose http://stellar.org to handle it's blockchain payment systems.

You think any other Fortune 100 companies are looking at Stellar right now?

Stellar should be in the top five by the end of 2017.



Things are looking Good in the far future
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October 18, 2017, 06:44:31 AM
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Set for another moon?

Probably just be patient
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October 18, 2017, 06:51:07 AM
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I got in too late and currently I am burned

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October 18, 2017, 07:13:56 AM
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I got in too late and currently I am burned

Same, i'm holding.
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October 18, 2017, 07:35:15 AM
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I got in too late and currently I am burned

it's not too late, just bought more right now, it's gonna grow more, ATH is more than twice today's price, yesterday sell walls had been grinded, today is gonna be a nice day, weither it's for short or long term, there is a good opportunity right now.
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October 18, 2017, 09:04:21 AM
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Stellar already has their Javascript SDK out
https://www.stellar.org/developers/js-stellar-sdk/reference/
Meanwhile, Lisk is still working on their Javascript platform.
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October 18, 2017, 09:15:36 AM
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Why is this token so small? The speed of the block is enormous. There is a stock exchange. He should have been on the moon for a long time already. I support the project.
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October 18, 2017, 01:51:07 PM
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Stellar already has their Javascript SDK out
https://www.stellar.org/developers/js-stellar-sdk/reference/
Meanwhile, Lisk is still working on their Javascript platform.


What does that mean in real world use cases?
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October 18, 2017, 02:56:41 PM
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Why is this token so small? The speed of the block is enormous. There is a stock exchange. He should have been on the moon for a long time already. I support the project.

Actually you are correct.  The features and benefits of this project is excellent. I really don't know why it is still undervalued and it should be ranging between $0.1 - $0.5.

Maybe the value of stellar might rise again on upcoming couple of months and right now the time to keep on buying and holding it.

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October 18, 2017, 03:13:48 PM
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I got in too late and currently I am burned

Same, i'm holding.

Doesn't seem too late to me.
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October 18, 2017, 03:47:38 PM
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Is there a video of the application model? These two days have been mentioned many times, I bought some coins, look forward to some profit out
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October 18, 2017, 03:49:28 PM
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I got in too late and currently I am burned

it's not too late, just bought more right now, it's gonna grow more, ATH is more than twice today's price, yesterday sell walls had been grinded, today is gonna be a nice day, weither it's for short or long term, there is a good opportunity right now.

ATH is over 3500 sats.
Seeing the relative volume of the two "pumps" (the one in august and this one in october), we have more than twice the volume this time around compared to august and the price increased only to the 1000's of sats not the 3000's.

Thus the increase in price we have seen since the IBM announcement seems healthier.
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October 18, 2017, 04:09:23 PM
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I got in too late and currently I am burned

it's not too late, just bought more right now, it's gonna grow more, ATH is more than twice today's price, yesterday sell walls had been grinded, today is gonna be a nice day, weither it's for short or long term, there is a good opportunity right now.

ATH is over 3500 sats.
Seeing the relative volume of the two "pumps" (the one in august and this one in october), we have more than twice the volume this time around compared to august and the price increased only to the 1000's of sats not the 3000's.

Thus the increase in price we have seen since the IBM announcement seems healthier.

Have to factor in bitcoin was a lot less back then too
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October 18, 2017, 04:46:58 PM
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yup, that's why I think USD value does have its importance.

Well if you look at the USD value we are recovering. Albeit slowly but still.

For me Stellar is a long term HODL.

USD value is not important as long as you are part of the crypto world.
The price that really counts is the token price compared to BTC or ETH.

Let's hope for a big pump!
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October 18, 2017, 05:46:47 PM
Last edit: October 18, 2017, 05:57:49 PM by sinner
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https://www.stellar.org/about/mandate/#Lumen_distribution
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The initial lumens held by SDF are required to be distributed to the world in the following manner:

50% for distribution via the Direct Sign-up Program
25% for distribution via the Partnership Program
20% for distribution via the Bitcoin Program
5% held by SDF to support operational costs

I assume the Direct Sign-up Program is over?

How many people participated in the Direct Sign-up Program?  How much of the reserved 50B XLM was given away?  I think I saw in previous thread that people who signed up w/FB+phone received like 6k XLM, is that correct?  CMC says supply is ~16.5B XLM.

Is there any info about how many XLM were given away during the 2 BTC and XRP airdrops?  The terms said unclaimed XLM would go to SDF.. how much XLM does SDF currently hold?

Any chance SDF airdrops on ETH? (if they're trying to increase awareness and distribution, ETH would be best place to do an airdrop.. sharedrop an ERC20 token and give people a month or a year or whatever to send it back to a contract that then automatically distributes XLM to them)
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October 18, 2017, 06:22:25 PM
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yup, that's why I think USD value does have its importance.

Well if you look at the USD value we are recovering. Albeit slowly but still.

For me Stellar is a long term HODL.

USD value is not important as long as you are part of the crypto world.
The price that really counts is the token price compared to BTC or ETH.

Let's hope for a big pump!

I agree with hodl. I disagree with “part of crypto world..”, the price that really counts is the the amount of lumen or lumen sats products and services cost; Sold on decentralised, anonymous market places (like safex). No more fiat currency, no more paying some countries debts, quantitative easing effort or whatever they come up with...

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