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August 08, 2017, 04:53:43 AM
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i didn't say that... i said why is it a good investment? what makes you think it will become 5 dollars a coin one day?
If they can implement the smartbridge technology flawlessly before the other big players get in, ARK will become the next STRATIS.
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August 08, 2017, 05:58:50 AM
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i didn't say that... i said why is it a good investment? what makes you think it will become 5 dollars a coin one day?
If they can implement the smartbridge technology flawlessly before the other big players get in, ARK will become the next STRATIS.

Stratis is nothing, it's crap.

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August 08, 2017, 06:56:44 AM
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i didn't say that... i said why is it a good investment? what makes you think it will become 5 dollars a coin one day?
If they can implement the smartbridge technology flawlessly before the other big players get in, ARK will become the next STRATIS.

How do you mean "before the other big players get in"? Are there more working on this technology?
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August 08, 2017, 08:31:49 AM
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Ark is a good investment for the vision.

Eventually they will create an entire ecosystem which allows anyone to easily create, customise and deploy their own blockchain with the click of a button. All the blockchains within the ARK ecosystem will be connected via Smartbridge. They'd also have the option of using Ark to buy Eth tokens with the use of ACES (many more tokens to come too).

The way I view blockchains at this moment in time is very similar to how the "internet" or rather "intranet" systems were in the 1970's. Isolated networks. TCP/IP came along and connected all the intranets together and eventually created the internet as we know it. Well ARK is trying to connect all blockchains together, we probably don't even appreciate or understand the true potential of what that will bring (I'm guessing not many people in the 70's had any idea what TCP/IP was going to achieve). But that is ARK's goal. And as far as I understand, they are way ahead of any opposition.

$5 is a complete understatement for this coin.
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August 08, 2017, 11:42:54 AM
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If anyone is willing to help with translation of Ark Desktop wallet in their local language, translate what has not been translated, fix any wrong translations, ... he is more than welcomed to join - http://osjc1wl.oneskyapp.com/collaboration/project?id=95031 and help out! If your language is not there, contact us and we'll add it for translation and include in next release of Desktop wallet. Thanks!

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August 08, 2017, 01:06:35 PM
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If anyone is willing to help with translation of Ark Desktop wallet in their local language, translate what has not been translated, fix any wrong translations, ... he is more than welcomed to join - http://osjc1wl.oneskyapp.com/collaboration/project?id=95031 and help out! If your language is not there, contact us and we'll add it for translation and include in next release of Desktop wallet. Thanks!

Thanks BoldNinja, i goes try help in Spanish languaje.
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August 08, 2017, 02:22:28 PM
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Should I invest here?
I am a new member

Yes you should.  Wink
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August 08, 2017, 02:53:52 PM
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Ark is a good investment for the vision.

Eventually they will create an entire ecosystem which allows anyone to easily create, customise and deploy their own blockchain with the click of a button. All the blockchains within the ARK ecosystem will be connected via Smartbridge. They'd also have the option of using Ark to buy Eth tokens with the use of ACES (many more tokens to come too).

The way I view blockchains at this moment in time is very similar to how the "internet" or rather "intranet" systems were in the 1970's. Isolated networks. TCP/IP came along and connected all the intranets together and eventually created the internet as we know it. Well ARK is trying to connect all blockchains together, we probably don't even appreciate or understand the true potential of what that will bring (I'm guessing not many people in the 70's had any idea what TCP/IP was going to achieve). But that is ARK's goal. And as far as I understand, they are way ahead of any opposition.

$5 is a complete understatement for this coin.

If it is going to work like that, it will be huge in the future!:)
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August 08, 2017, 03:10:29 PM
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Ark is a good investment for the vision.

Eventually they will create an entire ecosystem which allows anyone to easily create, customise and deploy their own blockchain with the click of a button. All the blockchains within the ARK ecosystem will be connected via Smartbridge. They'd also have the option of using Ark to buy Eth tokens with the use of ACES (many more tokens to come too).

The way I view blockchains at this moment in time is very similar to how the "internet" or rather "intranet" systems were in the 1970's. Isolated networks. TCP/IP came along and connected all the intranets together and eventually created the internet as we know it. Well ARK is trying to connect all blockchains together, we probably don't even appreciate or understand the true potential of what that will bring (I'm guessing not many people in the 70's had any idea what TCP/IP was going to achieve). But that is ARK's goal. And as far as I understand, they are way ahead of any opposition.

$5 is a complete understatement for this coin.

ARK is trying to create one large blockchain composed of smaller blockchains that can communicate between each other using built in functions. TCP/IP is a communication protocol that is comparable to the COMIT protocol (Cryptographically-secure Off-chain Multi-asset Instant Transaction network).

I know that ARK is not strictly for transaction purposes between blockchains, but either way can anyone still explain some key differences between ARK's Smartbridge technology and COMIT protocol?

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August 08, 2017, 04:44:50 PM
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Ark is a good investment for the vision.

Eventually they will create an entire ecosystem which allows anyone to easily create, customise and deploy their own blockchain with the click of a button. All the blockchains within the ARK ecosystem will be connected via Smartbridge. They'd also have the option of using Ark to buy Eth tokens with the use of ACES (many more tokens to come too).

The way I view blockchains at this moment in time is very similar to how the "internet" or rather "intranet" systems were in the 1970's. Isolated networks. TCP/IP came along and connected all the intranets together and eventually created the internet as we know it. Well ARK is trying to connect all blockchains together, we probably don't even appreciate or understand the true potential of what that will bring (I'm guessing not many people in the 70's had any idea what TCP/IP was going to achieve). But that is ARK's goal. And as far as I understand, they are way ahead of any opposition.

$5 is a complete understatement for this coin.

ARK is trying to create one large blockchain composed of smaller blockchains that can communicate between each other using built in functions. TCP/IP is a communication protocol that is comparable to the COMIT protocol (Cryptographically-secure Off-chain Multi-asset Instant Transaction network).

I know that ARK is not strictly for transaction purposes between blockchains, but either way can anyone still explain some key differences between ARK's Smartbridge technology and COMIT protocol?

You're talking about something that's never been done before.  How can you expect people to compare projects when the goals are the same but methods of trying to reach that goal are different.  Especially when the goal has NEVER been obtained before and how to get there are all theoretical.

The question is, WHY do you need to compare what ARK is doing to what Comit is doing?  Is your investment strategy to go all in on one project and flip it?

If you are not smart enough to know that interoperability is the future of blockchains, you really need to get out of this industry.
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August 08, 2017, 05:30:02 PM
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You're talking about something that's never been done before.  How can you expect people to compare projects when the goals are the same but methods of trying to reach that goal are different.  Especially when the goal has NEVER been obtained before and how to get there are all theoretical.

The question is, WHY do you need to compare what ARK is doing to what Comit is doing?  Is your investment strategy to go all in on one project and flip it?

If you are not smart enough to know that interoperability is the future of blockchains, you really need to get out of this industry.

Take a chill pill and relax. When it comes to technologies and cryptocurrencies in general, you should always compare and try to come up with a reason as to whom and why you should invest. If you don't then just throw your money out the window because that's how people lose money investing and trading.

You asked how can I expect people to compare projects. I compare project and if you don't realize this, new flash...others do the same. Each company and/or technology has a vision to what it is trying to accomplish. ARK Smartbridge and the COMIT protocol might have similarities but they are different. What's the point of having exact same product that does the exact same thing? The way these goals are reached are different you're right, but that difference can make it or break it for the company.

I will continue to compare technologies and how I choose to invest is really none of your concern.

Fyi, you can't see the future therefore you can't say interoperability is the future of blockchains. It may be only one of many reasons as to why blockchains will get mass adoption in the future.

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August 08, 2017, 05:52:53 PM
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You're talking about something that's never been done before.  How can you expect people to compare projects when the goals are the same but methods of trying to reach that goal are different.  Especially when the goal has NEVER been obtained before and how to get there are all theoretical.

The question is, WHY do you need to compare what ARK is doing to what Comit is doing?  Is your investment strategy to go all in on one project and flip it?

If you are not smart enough to know that interoperability is the future of blockchains, you really need to get out of this industry.

Take a chill pill and relax. When it comes to technologies and cryptocurrencies in general, you should always compare and try to come up with a reason as to whom and why you should invest. If you don't then just throw your money out the window because that's how people lose money investing and trading.

You asked how can I expect people to compare projects. I compare project and if you don't realize this, new flash...others do the same. Each company and/or technology has a vision to what it is trying to accomplish. ARK Smartbridge and the COMIT protocol might have similarities but they are different. What's the point of having exact same product that does the exact same thing? The way these goals are reached are different you're right, but that difference can make it or break it for the company.

I will continue to compare technologies and how I choose to invest is really none of your concern.

Fyi, you can't see the future therefore you can't say interoperability is the future of blockchains. It may be only one of many reasons as to why blockchains will get mass adoption in the future.

Then go do your own damn research instead of asking people to do it for you.

And yes, I can see the future and I can see what will be important because I've been here in this industry long enough to know.
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August 08, 2017, 06:01:34 PM
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You're talking about something that's never been done before.  How can you expect people to compare projects when the goals are the same but methods of trying to reach that goal are different.  Especially when the goal has NEVER been obtained before and how to get there are all theoretical.

The question is, WHY do you need to compare what ARK is doing to what Comit is doing?  Is your investment strategy to go all in on one project and flip it?

If you are not smart enough to know that interoperability is the future of blockchains, you really need to get out of this industry.

Take a chill pill and relax. When it comes to technologies and cryptocurrencies in general, you should always compare and try to come up with a reason as to whom and why you should invest. If you don't then just throw your money out the window because that's how people lose money investing and trading.

You asked how can I expect people to compare projects. I compare project and if you don't realize this, new flash...others do the same. Each company and/or technology has a vision to what it is trying to accomplish. ARK Smartbridge and the COMIT protocol might have similarities but they are different. What's the point of having exact same product that does the exact same thing? The way these goals are reached are different you're right, but that difference can make it or break it for the company.

I will continue to compare technologies and how I choose to invest is really none of your concern.

Fyi, you can't see the future therefore you can't say interoperability is the future of blockchains. It may be only one of many reasons as to why blockchains will get mass adoption in the future.

Then go do your own damn research instead of asking people to do it for you.

And yes, I can see the future and I can see what will be important because I've been here long enough to know.

I did and wanted to see what others think. If you can't provide an opinion related to the topic, don't bother posting. Forums are made for discussions and since mine was related to ARK's technology, it's not out of place here.

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August 08, 2017, 06:08:00 PM
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You're talking about something that's never been done before.  How can you expect people to compare projects when the goals are the same but methods of trying to reach that goal are different.  Especially when the goal has NEVER been obtained before and how to get there are all theoretical.

The question is, WHY do you need to compare what ARK is doing to what Comit is doing?  Is your investment strategy to go all in on one project and flip it?

If you are not smart enough to know that interoperability is the future of blockchains, you really need to get out of this industry.

Take a chill pill and relax. When it comes to technologies and cryptocurrencies in general, you should always compare and try to come up with a reason as to whom and why you should invest. If you don't then just throw your money out the window because that's how people lose money investing and trading.

You asked how can I expect people to compare projects. I compare project and if you don't realize this, new flash...others do the same. Each company and/or technology has a vision to what it is trying to accomplish. ARK Smartbridge and the COMIT protocol might have similarities but they are different. What's the point of having exact same product that does the exact same thing? The way these goals are reached are different you're right, but that difference can make it or break it for the company.

I will continue to compare technologies and how I choose to invest is really none of your concern.

Fyi, you can't see the future therefore you can't say interoperability is the future of blockchains. It may be only one of many reasons as to why blockchains will get mass adoption in the future.

Then go do your own damn research instead of asking people to do it for you.

And yes, I can see the future and I can see what will be important because I've been here long enough to know.

I did and wanted other's opinions. If you can't provide your own related to the topic, don't bother posting. Forums are made for discussions and since mine was related to ARK's technology, it's not out of place here.

no a discussion is, "hey ark does this and commit does this differently, why?"   that's a question to discuss.

Your question.

What's the difference between two blockchains? 

is a total noob question that only noobs ask because it blankets the whole topic and reality what you're asking is which one should I invest in or which one is better?
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August 08, 2017, 06:09:21 PM
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I like this coin.  Looking for a chance to get it.  

What do you fellas got against noobs anyways?
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August 08, 2017, 06:14:03 PM
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I like this coin.  Looking for a chance to get it.  

What do you fellas got against noobs anyways?

nothing, we all were noobs at one point. 

I personally don't like it when people say that question.  You'll hear it a zillion times in blockchain over and over again.

what's different between ________ blockchain and __________ blockchain?
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August 08, 2017, 06:24:32 PM
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no a discussion is, "hey ark does this and commit does this differently, why?"   that's a question to discuss.

Your question.

What's the difference between two blockchains?  

is a total noob question that only noobs ask because it blankets the whole topic and reality what you're asking is which one should I invest in or which one is better?

That's also not a valid question because no one here can explain why COMIT protocol does what it does.

My question was aimed to find out how ARK is trying to separate itself from other similar technologies since I wasn't aware of COMIT until fairly recently. I'm not here asking for investing advise, am I? Don't assume things. I may have a noob question, but I'm sure there are others here who are wondering the same thing. People come here to find information about ARK's technology.

"ARK on sale buy now" "I like this, when should I buy?" "ARK is better than everything else"  <- These are helpless posts as they provide little to no information.


EDIT: COMIT is not a blockchain. It's a protocol. The fact that you think I'm asking for an investment advice is irrelevant.

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August 08, 2017, 06:27:32 PM
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no a discussion is, "hey ark does this and commit does this differently, why?"   that's a question to discuss.

Your question.

What's the difference between two blockchains?  

is a total noob question that only noobs ask because it blankets the whole topic and reality what you're asking is which one should I invest in or which one is better?

That's also not a valid question because no one here can explain why COMIT protocol does what it does.

My question was aimed to find out how ARK is trying to separate itself from other similar technologies since I wasn't aware of COMIT until fairly recently. I'm not here asking for investing advise, am I? Don't assume things. I may have a noob question, but I'm sure there are others here who are wondering the same thing. People come here to find information about ARK's technology.

"ARK on sale buy now" "I like this, when should I buy?" "ARK is better than everything else"  <- These are helpless posts as they provide little to no information.


EDIT: COMIT is not a blockchain. It's a protocol. The fact that you think I'm asking for an investment advice is irrelevant.

cool man, you're way smarter than me.
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August 08, 2017, 07:15:44 PM
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Ark is a good investment for the vision.

Eventually they will create an entire ecosystem which allows anyone to easily create, customise and deploy their own blockchain with the click of a button. All the blockchains within the ARK ecosystem will be connected via Smartbridge. They'd also have the option of using Ark to buy Eth tokens with the use of ACES (many more tokens to come too).

The way I view blockchains at this moment in time is very similar to how the "internet" or rather "intranet" systems were in the 1970's. Isolated networks. TCP/IP came along and connected all the intranets together and eventually created the internet as we know it. Well ARK is trying to connect all blockchains together, we probably don't even appreciate or understand the true potential of what that will bring (I'm guessing not many people in the 70's had any idea what TCP/IP was going to achieve). But that is ARK's goal. And as far as I understand, they are way ahead of any opposition.

$5 is a complete understatement for this coin.

ARK is trying to create one large blockchain composed of smaller blockchains that can communicate between each other using built in functions. TCP/IP is a communication protocol that is comparable to the COMIT protocol (Cryptographically-secure Off-chain Multi-asset Instant Transaction network).

I know that ARK is not strictly for transaction purposes between blockchains, but either way can anyone still explain some key differences between ARK's Smartbridge technology and COMIT protocol?

ARK is already way ahead of TENX comit protocol, we can use BLOCKPOOL in ARK wallet even though blockpool is still in testnet. comit protocol yet to be seen with other blockchain, it might be ahead of ark with their bank and card thing but that is not interoperability blockchain, it much easier to implemented. soon, just a click of a button you can have another coin/ico/smartcontracts or blockchain with a click of a button, interoperability ready with ARK, comit protocol yet to be seen in sight. i see more and more scammers are copying ARK idea about this interoperability/bridge thing, ARK is the first and already king in this field.

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August 08, 2017, 07:21:40 PM
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ARK is already way ahead of TENX comit protocol, we can use BLOCKPOOL in ARK wallet even though blockpool is still in testnet. comit protocol yet to be seen with other blockchain, it might be ahead of ark with their bank and card thing but that is not interoperability blockchain, it much easier to implemented.

Thanks for the insight

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