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June 29, 2016, 12:44:31 PM
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Just checked their repo

https://github.com/wavesplatform/Waves/blob/master/src/main/resources/waves.conf

Code:
app {
  product = "Scorex"
  release = "Waves"
  version = "0.1.3"
  consensusAlgo = "nxt"
}

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June 29, 2016, 12:47:30 PM
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Answer to Title: No

http://wavesexplorer.com/

Consensus
Algo: waves

your Github link is not the full node code of mainnet, mainnet runs on Waves algo.

they will release that
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June 29, 2016, 12:48:03 PM
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By the way, where can I see ANY code of theirs? Github seems way empty... I thought they have a finished product?

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June 29, 2016, 12:55:57 PM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked

https://github.com/input-output-hk/Scorex

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Bitcoin Core source code contains more 100K lines of code(80K of C++ only), Nxt is more than 45K line of Java code. All parts of the design(network/transactional/consensus protocols) are mixed in a hard way. So researchers and developers are not in good start positions to make experiments.


You must be kidding

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June 29, 2016, 12:56:45 PM
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I must summon Spoetnik

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June 29, 2016, 05:23:26 PM
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Shocked Shocked Shocked

https://github.com/input-output-hk/Scorex

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Bitcoin Core source code contains more 100K lines of code(80K of C++ only), Nxt is more than 45K line of Java code. All parts of the design(network/transactional/consensus protocols) are mixed in a hard way. So researchers and developers are not in good start positions to make experiments.


You must be kidding


This is from the scorex announcement thread OP. It says not to buy any ICOs based on it because it's intentionally not production-ready, and any clones (like waves) are identical apart from one or two controversial features.

Scorex comes with two consensus algos from Nxt and Qora that can be switched with a change to one line of code.

Scorex was made for devs to experiment on, it's not stable enough for use as a proper coin, and was never intended to be. That could be why the waves "network" was shut down for over five hours today for "maintenance".


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Scorex is less than _4K lines of Scala code_. Transactions layer is as simple as just tokens transfers. Consensus algo  could be switched easily(with two consensus algos out of the box,  one could be replaced with an another with just one line of code edited!)

* Major coins forks are trying to make IPO immediately, often having just one or two pretty controversial features introduced. **Scorex is intentionally not production-ready**, so please participate in any  non-commercial experiments built on top of it, but don't buy tokens unless you are 100+% sure what are you doing.
 

Features

* Two 100% Proof-of-Stake consensus algos out of the box, Nxt-like and Qora-like. One algo could be replaced with an another with just one line of code edited (in Constants.scala)

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July 16, 2016, 01:07:28 AM
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I must summon Spoetnik

You do not "summon" a Deity, that would be just plain rude and would likely annoy the Deity in question.

You might "invite" the Deity to be present or request their presence, but summoning one would be a bad idea.

That is particularly true with the Spoetnik. He can be a very uncomfortable Deity to work with and the lessons he teaches can be painful.


Youngster, I'm suspecting that you know very little about Spoetnik right now.

Perhaps you should do some more research about him.

In particular I'd suggest reading the story of the battle between Spoetnik and iGotspots to see how he reacts when not treated with the utmost respect.

Praise be to Spoetnik, his highest.

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July 16, 2016, 01:12:44 AM
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Its not surprising if waves follow NXT as sasha the lead dev of waves is part of NXT as well. Notice that when waves ico started they allow Waves be swapped to NXT assets. Waves i think has better technology no doubt but the dev is doing nothing.

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July 16, 2016, 02:40:17 AM
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I must summon Spoetnik

You do not "summon" a Deity, that would be just plain rude and would likely annoy the Deity in question.

You might "invite" the Deity to be present or request their presence, but summoning one would be a bad idea.

That is particularly true with the Spoetnik. He can be a very uncomfortable Deity to work with and the lessons he teaches can be painful.


Youngster, I'm suspecting that you know very little about Spoetnik right now.

Perhaps you should do some more research about him.

In particular I'd suggest reading the story of the battle between Spoetnik and iGotspots to see how he reacts when not treated with the utmost respect.

Praise be to Spoetnik, his highest.

With respect


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Well..
Let me point out my many topics here on Satanism  Grin
so.. did someone summon a Demon ? muahhahahah  
I was last called a "Devine level Troll" so who knows what they call me these days.
Spots calls me "Burger Flipper" (although that was many yeas ago now)

I consider myself a "Purveyor of the fine art of FUD"

Yup.. i am talking about myself.. but YOU STARTED IT GUYS Wink

Onto NXT

I actually don't know a lot about it's code or how it works etc.
I recall dealing with EvilDave (Big NXT Shill here) a bit and he seemed reasonable
..a guy good at agreeing to disagree. (with out being a dick about it)

The NXT guys have had my FUD before i think way back with a market system they were adding.
Back then they were all doing it..
It was like how they all add Azure now.

So.. not too sure on NXT and i can't even recall how it was launched.
I think it was an ICO but i can't remember so don't take my word for it.
The NXT forum topics have been very quiet last year or two.

Sorry i have little info or even opinion on NXT or the guys behind it.
If you all REALLY need some NXT FUD i can probably work a little something up
..since you all "Asked" so nicely LOL  Cheesy

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I must save that for future reference  Cheesy
That is why i have said you are a king with retorts meme's here etc.
A certain eloquent style that is hilarious and not too long like my infamous "Rants"

But i really do appreciate your strengths people.. most older users here have their specialty.
HCLivess ?
We get a long.. and i have on more than one occasion wondered if he was 1 of 2 other guys here.
I have thought Crestington a bunch of times or maybe even "EvilDave"
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July 16, 2016, 03:13:21 AM
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Accusation of other projects copying NXT is such a broken record on this forum.  If NXT is so great to copy then why isn't NXT #1?   Shocked  Grin
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July 16, 2016, 03:22:37 AM
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Accusation of other projects copying NXT is such a broken record on this forum.  If NXT is so great to copy then why isn't NXT #1?   Shocked  Grin

Well come to see it this way their algo are designed to take profit all the time from investors so its great for the Dev team.
what else do you wanna understand about that judging by how much these assets worth as of now?

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