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February 16, 2017, 01:07:11 AM
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is there any bounty for Vietnamese translation Huh I can do it  Lips sealed
sure, i send you a pm, thanks !
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February 16, 2017, 08:38:47 AM
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I also wanted to clear out a certain number of misconception relative to the issue of distribution and scaling.

I see many people speaking about scaling on this forum, but very few seem to really understand what scaling mean.

What is commonly meant by "scaling" is "linear scaling", which mean that a process speed will "scale linearly" with the number of processor on which it can execute. If process scale linearly, if it take one second to process on one cpu, it will take 0.5 sec on 2 two cpu, 0.1 sec on 10 cpu, etc, the processing speed "scale linearly" with the number of processor.

Typically the kind of process that will scale linearly are process that need to process large number of elements who are independent from each others, such as rays in a raytracer, or vertex and polygones, where a unique linear process has to be applied to a certain number of constant elements, the elements can be distributed across different core and processed in parallele which effectively scale linearly the processing speed with the number of processor.

But 95% of application logic doesn't scale linearly, because one task need the result of another task as input first, or it doesn't dépend that much on processing power on a large number of independent elements.

Blockchain tends naturally toward distributed application, like typically web wallets, exchanges, and most of the use are not made entierely throught a local application with all the data and component on the local machine. There are some machine who run nodes and certain part of wallet data caching, and other machines who run the front end via a browser,  so it's already a form of distributed application.

But it doesn't mean processing speed linearly scale with the number of node on the network. The website wont load 1 million time faster if there are 1 millions nodes on the network. It only dépend on the local processing speed of the machine you are connected to, for processing the website content, and keep the blockchain data synchronized with the network.

Blockchain ecosystem is distributed, it doesn't mean all the processing required to run any application that use the blockchain will scale linearly with the number of node on the network.

The way blockchain works it scale close to 0%, all the real processing power needed to process a block transaction is made by a single machine, mostly on a single core, for the whole network. Only the processing of the proof of work actually scale.

And need to see that distribution of application is not necessarily distributed computing, and distributed computing doesn't mean computing that scale linearly.

There are other motive than linearly scaling computing for distributed application, including case of blockchain it's mostly because not all user want to download the whole chain and wallet and all application on their machine to use it, distributed application it can be because certain resources are not available symetrically between different machines on the network, and some component are executed remotely, but again it doesn't necessarily mean the global processing speed of the application scale linearly.

To make a real efficient use of linearly scaling distributed computing in an everyday application, it needs already application that are designed specially to exploit this, that can handle a certain form of pipelined processing that can be efficiently distributed on different processor.

With the approach with modules and dynamic data tree, it's where I want to get at, it allow component to expose an api, and exchange data with other application/modules based on dynamic data type, via json/rpc and js, it provide what is needed to make application that exploit distribution to a degree.

But in the case the distribution is mostly to be able to run complex application in the browser  without having to install anything on the local computer, and having the data and certain part of the processing executed on remote computers, controlled via json/rpc ajax request, more than to have mass scaling.

For 3d rendering the distributed computing is very interesting because lot of the processing actually scale linearly, but for most application logic it's not necessarily the processing power that limit application performance in a way that it can easily scale on the network.

With blockchain principle of having all the data replicated on the network identically with good degree of security, that can still call for mass scalable computing Smiley

But with the system of purenode it can create new blockchain easily, so can imagine tokens based application with their own public chain which could make things somehow more scalable if differents applications need to access blockchain in the same time, but for operatïons on bitcoin blockchain or others alt coin, it would not scale the processing speed of the transactions.

But distributed application framework is not all about distributing processing power on different cpu to make it scale, but also making certain resources available on the network through an api, with different requirement regarding digital property and proof of ownership, and different degree of privacy and right control through crypto.

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February 20, 2017, 11:17:45 PM
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We are waiting new updates!!!




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February 20, 2017, 11:37:38 PM
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I know  Grin Grin

Promise the new website is online tomorow, in first version Smiley

After I will update some number of js widgets to many different things like block explorer and the 3d, and bounties Smiley to have number of easy to integrate js components for boostrap Smiley

 Sorry for lack of news ! Smiley

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February 23, 2017, 01:30:41 PM
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The new website is online on http://iadix.com ! Smiley

I will still update it in the next days, at least the block explorer, and probably the interface for the raytracing demo.

Not everything is still completely definitive, but it's already much better than the previous one Smiley

We will post more explanation latter we already made a page to answer certain question : http://iadix.com/ico/faq Smiley

If you have question or feedback don't hesitate ! Smiley
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February 24, 2017, 03:18:03 PM
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website looks good. Congratulations




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February 24, 2017, 06:08:37 PM
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Thank you !
You can take a look to our new blochain bounty app we've made based on Purenode technology !
Once logged, you can find the tool in your profile page.
It's not effective by now, still testing some days, but you can try to use it to assimilate how it works.
Counter will be reset for the bounty campaign launch, and then rewards will be collect on your profile bounty page each time you retweet any iadix tweet.
Retweets have to be validate on our side, then datas will be stored in the bounty blockchain.
ADX rewards coins will be distribute at the end of the ico.
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February 24, 2017, 06:25:16 PM
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Cool! i look it~

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February 24, 2017, 06:31:14 PM
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Another IcO. How much do you plan to raise?
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February 24, 2017, 07:55:53 PM
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There's no maximum limit.
More we'll get, more you'll have competent team members full paid to promote iadix coins and purenode technology, research and development, promotion, partnership, html development, etc.
We already have great ideas for new disrupting services with Purenode, and all the needed code to make some will be delivered as open source for the community.
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February 25, 2017, 12:13:59 AM
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There's no maximum limit.
More we'll get, more you'll have competent team members full paid to promote iadix coins and purenode technology, research and development, promotion, partnership, html development, etc.
We already have great ideas for new disrupting services with Purenode, and all the needed code to make some will be delivered as open source for the community.

So are you just a 1 man team at the moment?

Where is your "team" based?
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February 25, 2017, 02:24:01 AM
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We started our work with 3 members from France, and some consultants.
That's why want to hire people to build the dream team Smiley

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February 25, 2017, 07:49:36 AM
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We started our work with 3 members from France, and some consultants.
That's why want to hire people to build the dream team Smiley



Wish upon the crypto gods & stars that your dream will come true.

What's the minimum amount to make that dream happen? And if you don't raise enough?
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February 25, 2017, 01:02:23 PM
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We started our work with 3 members from France, and some consultants.
That's why want to hire people to build the dream team Smiley

Wish upon the crypto gods & stars that your dream will come true.

What's the minimum amount to make that dream happen? And if you don't raise enough?

Yes, at least give us some ideas on how much is the minimum and your contingencies.
There should be concrete plans at least. And not relying on fate.  Wink

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February 25, 2017, 01:28:59 PM
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What we'd like to have and what we'll have are 2 differents stories...
You ask us to speculate on something we don't control...
If there's not so much, we'll just do less things.
With Purenode, all your dreams come true ! Smiley
Have you seen the html blockchained bounty rewarder made with Purenode on our website ?
That's an example of what we're going to do with the ICO...disrupting services, explore and integrate new capabilities into Purenode blockchain.
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February 25, 2017, 02:15:38 PM
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Originally my intention with starting the framework was more educational than anything Cheesy

I started to get on this some years ago because i found it was frustrating that it's not possible to really program the hardware with assembler at all in modern operating system, and after certain experience with video streaming where it need to synchronize different hardware between audio card, network card, video card, and application ui, operating system how they are made introduce whole complex layers and framework to deal with asynchronous hardware pci and smp.

It's why i started to get into developing micro kernel architecture, with in mind to give full potential of modern application framework, but without the whole thing of memory protection and still being able to program the hardware and deal with dma/interupt and synchronous things more directly from the application layer, but still keeping as directly connected as possible with html5, DOM, dynamic object, json, xml, templating, js, AS3 and this kind of things.

All the framework is already well tested with preemptive multi tasking on bare metal os, with interupt, and already start of graphic system based on the same json data tree, which can work in multi thread (eg application/rendering on two different thread, manipulating json data tree).

Purenode currently it can run for weeks with 20Mo of memory with block explorer, wallet, etc

And also integrating all the crypto and PGP and secure protocol in a way that is easy to use and thinking into P2P decentralized system, even for device without local hard drive. Or something that look like html5 application without access to local file system.

It's how i came to develop the framework originally, and it's completely based on components exchanging json data tree, and it's how i came to blockchain because it's exactly the same principle with distributed application who exchange data using json and rpc/http with crypto and security/privacy.

I still don't know since the beginning how it can take commercial form or not, in any case i'll probably keep working on it as a pet project and make it public in a way or another at the pace it goes Smiley

We have some doors to knock on also in the traditional investment thing, but then it's mostly likely to be though as more commercial products, i'm not sure how it can take form but certain application can be found for certain thing, maybe to replace node.js kind of things, with a good framework made in C who can have good performance and good multi threading and vector float using simd or glsl/opencl, and connectivity to blockchains, and able to exploit all the feature of blockchain with data ownership and global synchronization on different assets on different blockchains.

But the projects doesn't have a very well defined direction and cost estimation yet, we are working on different ideas to market for a year, but it's hard to have good visibility in the close future, or to know what will really be the thing to develop within a year or two, well there are things to still finish on the core itself, for it to be 100% able to handle most blockchain & have all the maturity and testing, and probably good documentation, application examples to show some common use case, like maybe shop, or social net, 3D, audio/video in decentralized/distributed way, integration with existing web framework like joomla, symphony, bootstrap, to have secure application framework connected with the web and distributed application.

But it's hard to really know what will be really be the most profitable to develop in short term, and what is the demand and what it will be in the next year or two years.
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February 27, 2017, 11:15:01 AM
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You're invited to test our Purenode based Twitter bounty rewarder we've made for our ico  (which starts soon, new dates will follow)
You just have to suscribe on our website, and look at your account.
You'll find an online wallet page where you can create your own adress, and the b ounty page, where you'll just have to follow the instructions to test it.
It's not active by now and is in testing phase, so you won't earn rewards before the campaign really starts.
We are happy to show you an interesting Purenode web-app, made by our dev in some days, to demonstrate how easy it is to handle Purenode for interactions through browsers.
We hope you'll like this tool, and we're waiting your comments to eventually bring it further improvements Smiley
Thanks !
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March 02, 2017, 01:56:53 PM
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Hey everybody!

You can find this thread translated to portuguese at: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1810665

I hope you enjoy.

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March 02, 2017, 08:00:00 PM
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Thanks ShooterXD !
We're still working on the website , nearly finish, but the result will show our Purenode multichain capabilities exposed with some examples.
Don't miss our Purenode based Twitter bounty app with its bounty explorer ! Smiley
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Very interesting project, though everything here sounds pretty much abstract, and in general it looks like the project lacks focus - meaning it needs to define some specific direction (maybe several ones) and most importantly concrete goals set with their respective timeframes.

I am a bit lost reading about all those capabilities... trying to understand what specific targets this powerfull framework will have. Will play more with website to see if it clears things up.

Meanwhile, I have just a small question... You tell you will provide universal binaries to be used on practically any system and architecture. I wonder which format those binaries will be based on? It cannot be just assembler/machine code, as this cannot be used both on x86 and ARM, and even I doubt the same format could be used on x86 machines running Windows and Linux respectively. Will that be .dll, .so, or something proprietary?

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