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July 21, 2018, 11:05:01 AM
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how to save a wallet page on an offline computer? No file to download https://qtumwallet.org


i do not know if you can do that

maybe use Qtum core.


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July 21, 2018, 08:23:55 PM
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how to save a wallet page on an offline computer? No file to download https://qtumwallet.org

We recommend using a hardware wallet that supports Qtum, like the Nano Ledger.

We also provide the Qtum QT wallet, which you can encrypt. It's best to use a device (or virtual machine) that does not see daily computing for security reasons. Be sure to use a very strong password.

https://github.com/qtumproject/qtum/releases

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July 22, 2018, 09:16:24 AM
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I do not want to buy a hardware wallet, I want to be able to be like here: https://kb.myetherwallet.com/offline/making-offline-transaction-on-myetherwallet.html
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Last edit: July 22, 2018, 05:00:46 PM by Qtum
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I do not want to buy a hardware wallet, I want to be able to be like here: https://kb.myetherwallet.com/offline/making-offline-transaction-on-myetherwallet.html

That's fine, you can use the QT wallet to safely store your Qtum. It's a really good idea to use a dedicated device to store your coins:

http://docs.qtum.site/en/QTUM-wallet-usage-best-practices/

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July 22, 2018, 07:31:12 PM
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Hi,
My nod32 antivirus finds threat on the 1st page of this topic and warn me not to open it...
I see first time such thing on this forum...
Is it safe to open it?  Smiley

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July 22, 2018, 08:39:36 PM
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Hi,
My nod32 antivirus finds threat on the 1st page of this topic and warn me not to open it...
I see first time such thing on this forum...
Is it safe to open it?  Smiley

If you downloaded it from our official Git, then it's a false positive, and safe to open

https://github.com/qtumproject/qtum/releases

Make sure to use a dedicated device for storing your Qtum. Always encrypt your wallet and back it up to multiple locations, use a password longer than 17 characters. Don't install on a device you use for every day computing.

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July 23, 2018, 05:28:28 AM
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I do not want to buy a hardware wallet, I want to be able to be like here: https://kb.myetherwallet.com/offline/making-offline-transaction-on-myetherwallet.html

use this one

qtumwallet.org

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July 23, 2018, 08:04:28 AM
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I do not want to buy a hardware wallet, I want to be able to be like here: https://kb.myetherwallet.com/offline/making-offline-transaction-on-myetherwallet.html

That's fine, you can use the QT wallet to safely store your Qtum. It's a really good idea to use a dedicated device to store your coins:

http://docs.qtum.site/en/QTUM-wallet-usage-best-practices/

administrators of Windows can see all our passwords
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July 23, 2018, 08:15:58 AM
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I do not want to buy a hardware wallet, I want to be able to be like here: https://kb.myetherwallet.com/offline/making-offline-transaction-on-myetherwallet.html

use this one

qtumwallet.org



I also using this wallet from long time without any problem especially in case if I want to store something as hot wallet. This is good choice to keep our coins into this wallet it provide good security features.
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July 23, 2018, 03:52:47 PM
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I do not want to buy a hardware wallet, I want to be able to be like here: https://kb.myetherwallet.com/offline/making-offline-transaction-on-myetherwallet.html

That's fine, you can use the QT wallet to safely store your Qtum. It's a really good idea to use a dedicated device to store your coins:

http://docs.qtum.site/en/QTUM-wallet-usage-best-practices/

administrators of Windows can see all our passwords

So long as your Windows computer is secure (no keyloggers, viruses, other people using computer) it should be fine. While there is no absolute security, having an encrypted wallet on a Windows computer with a strong password is far better than leaving your Qtum on an exchange.

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July 24, 2018, 03:14:40 AM
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Qtum Community & Development Updates — July 23rd

https://blog.qtum.org/qtum-community-development-updates-july-23rd-7d0924927e8d


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July 24, 2018, 03:25:51 AM
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New partnership, new members joined the team, lots of upgrades in the Qtum platform, including wallets.
Thanks for all great works of Qtum team over the first three weeks of July.
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July 25, 2018, 04:39:24 PM
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Qtum Platform Now Available Through Amazon Web Services




"Singapore-based Qtum has launched its decentralized application (DApp) development platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS). With this launch, AWS users and developers will be able to develop and launch smart contracts using an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), made up of Qtum Core, Solidity and Qmix web IDE."












(republshed on Nasdaq.com: https://www.nasdaq.com/article/qtum-platform-now-available-through-amazon-web-services-cm996151)





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Singapore-based Qtum has launched its decentralized application (DApp) development platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS). With this launch, AWS users and developers will be able to develop and launch smart contracts using an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), made up of Qtum Core, Solidity and Qmix web IDE.

Qtum is a hybrid platform, developed by the Qtum Foundation, which uses the Account Attraction Layer, an interface layer, to merge the strength of Bitcoin’s blockchain with the Ethereum Virtual Machine to build decentralized applications. Designed as a toolkit, the platform uses the proof-of-stake model to reduce the network’s computational difficulty while mitigating and solving scalability.

Speaking to Bitcoin Magazine, Qtum Foundation CIO Miguel Palencia said, “Qtum’s launch in the AWS marketplace provides an easy-to-use and powerful cloud-based solution for end users and the Enterprise. Anyone who wants to develop/build DApps on the Qtum platform or use it as a staking node will benefit from this.”

Usage
One of the benefits of using the new Qtum AMI on AWS is the ease of getting started on the blockchain without the “hassle of handling dependencies.” The platform makes it possible for anyone to run a Qtum node or use Qtum pre-installed to launch a server on its mainnet or testnet.

According to Palencia, this is what makes the Qtum technology attractive to both small and large businesses. Companies can launch the servers without “having to spend a large amount of resources on infrastructure.” The Qtum AMI is also free for AWS customers to deploy a Qtum instance (server). Users can deploy a test network on the instance to simulate a public blockchain without paying a fee.

Features
Among some of the features of the Qtum AMI is a Qmix development IDE — the development libraries and tools created for the desktop QT wallet — which launches by default. Users will also get the Qtum and Solidity compiler needed for building and executing smart contracts.

Amazon Web Services has been quite active in the blockchain space since it opened its arms to blockchain startups in 2016. Earlier this year, ConsenSys partnered with AWS to launch Kaleido, a service similar to Qtum’s, which simplifies the adoption and implementation of blockchain technology.

The difference between Qtum’s offering and Kaleido, according to Palencia, is that Qtum is not strictly for enterprise, “but for end users, as well as anyone wanting to create and build something on the Qtum blockchain.”












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Qtum Platform Now Available Through Amazon Web Services




"Singapore-based Qtum has launched its decentralized application (DApp) development platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS). With this launch, AWS users and developers will be able to develop and launch smart contracts using an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), made up of Qtum Core, Solidity and Qmix web IDE."












(republshed on Nasdaq.com: https://www.nasdaq.com/article/qtum-platform-now-available-through-amazon-web-services-cm996151)





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Jul 25, 2018 9:06 AM EST



Singapore-based Qtum has launched its decentralized application (DApp) development platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS). With this launch, AWS users and developers will be able to develop and launch smart contracts using an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), made up of Qtum Core, Solidity and Qmix web IDE.

Qtum is a hybrid platform, developed by the Qtum Foundation, which uses the Account Attraction Layer, an interface layer, to merge the strength of Bitcoin’s blockchain with the Ethereum Virtual Machine to build decentralized applications. Designed as a toolkit, the platform uses the proof-of-stake model to reduce the network’s computational difficulty while mitigating and solving scalability.

Speaking to Bitcoin Magazine, Qtum Foundation CIO Miguel Palencia said, “Qtum’s launch in the AWS marketplace provides an easy-to-use and powerful cloud-based solution for end users and the Enterprise. Anyone who wants to develop/build DApps on the Qtum platform or use it as a staking node will benefit from this.”

Usage
One of the benefits of using the new Qtum AMI on AWS is the ease of getting started on the blockchain without the “hassle of handling dependencies.” The platform makes it possible for anyone to run a Qtum node or use Qtum pre-installed to launch a server on its mainnet or testnet.

According to Palencia, this is what makes the Qtum technology attractive to both small and large businesses. Companies can launch the servers without “having to spend a large amount of resources on infrastructure.” The Qtum AMI is also free for AWS customers to deploy a Qtum instance (server). Users can deploy a test network on the instance to simulate a public blockchain without paying a fee.

Features
Among some of the features of the Qtum AMI is a Qmix development IDE — the development libraries and tools created for the desktop QT wallet — which launches by default. Users will also get the Qtum and Solidity compiler needed for building and executing smart contracts.

Amazon Web Services has been quite active in the blockchain space since it opened its arms to blockchain startups in 2016. Earlier this year, ConsenSys partnered with AWS to launch Kaleido, a service similar to Qtum’s, which simplifies the adoption and implementation of blockchain technology.

The difference between Qtum’s offering and Kaleido, according to Palencia, is that Qtum is not strictly for enterprise, “but for end users, as well as anyone wanting to create and build something on the Qtum blockchain.”













super great news!

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July 26, 2018, 10:46:22 AM
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what will happen for crypto in 2 years?
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July 27, 2018, 12:34:04 PM
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what will happen for crypto in 2 years?
The cryptocurrency market will grow and all of us with it. And also we humanity will wear shiny suits and will eat from tubes.
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July 27, 2018, 01:01:36 PM
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what will happen for crypto in 2 years?
The cryptocurrency market will grow and all of us with it. And also we humanity will wear shiny suits and will eat from tubes.

cool

i think crypto will be hard in the next 2 years!
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July 29, 2018, 02:56:31 AM
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I have question. Will qtumX just be infrastructure?
That is, a company pays in qtum to make their official coins in qtumX; and transaction fees in qtumX are paid in printed coins. Or will there be also qtumX coins?
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July 30, 2018, 03:52:29 PM
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I have question. Will qtumX just be infrastructure?
That is, a company pays in qtum to make their official coins in qtumX; and transaction fees in qtumX are paid in printed coins. Or will there be also qtumX coins?

This document seems to hint at a new token, QTX:

https://docs.qtum.site/en/One-Click-Launch-Chain/#build-private-chain

I e-mailed Qtum; they replied:

"Anyone can use the QtumX platform to create a new blockchain, which has a build-in new token on the chain. Later, we will provide tools for exchanging new tokens with Qtum mainnet."

So, looks like separate token on QtumX.
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I like the two logos with the text, but the new one... Maybe put it up on the wall and give it a couple of days before you implement it.
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