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May 21, 2018, 01:22:30 PM
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Is there any definitive decision on what the PoW algo is going to be?
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May 21, 2018, 07:05:00 PM
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Is there any definitive decision on what the PoW algo is going to be?

HLM will be based on PIVX and will be POS not POW which means no mining.


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May 21, 2018, 08:11:22 PM
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HLM price might go close to gincoin, a service that I've recently discovered.
Been waiting for HLM to launch since last year and still holding on.

Not even close. GIN has a supply of only 1.5m coins right now and a working product that is in demand and not offered in the same way by others. (masternode-as-a-service).

HLM, I am sad to say, after half a year of delays, hardly seems very novel or ground-breaking. I have no idea how the supply is going to be, but I guess it will be at least 50% of SPR's 10m. So, if GIN is around $5, HLM would be around 50ct.
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May 21, 2018, 09:34:56 PM
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Any exchange?

in a few years

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 ^Take your moronic spam posts and bugger off back to your useless shitcoin threads

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May 26, 2018, 07:23:27 AM
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Do we have an ETA of wallet? or when Helium will be live?
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May 26, 2018, 07:52:06 AM
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long time not in this thread. where can i see the latest updates?

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May 26, 2018, 08:12:36 AM
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long time not in this thread. where can i see the latest updates?

Here: https://www.heliumlabs.org/blog
And here: https://slarck.com/v2d0Ku/announcements/2018/05/#end
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May 26, 2018, 12:16:53 PM
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3. In regards to the dual Helium entities, we have been aware of each other for some time. They are a hardware focused IoT manufacturer founded in 2013 and are out of the United States.

wow...
well thats news to me.  So who owns the Helium brand? Or there's now 2 entities? Thats gonna get confusing,
especially since they are both blockchain related and  tokens/coins are issued.

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May 26, 2018, 06:00:35 PM
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3. In regards to the dual Helium entities, we have been aware of each other for some time. They are a hardware focused IoT manufacturer founded in 2013 and are out of the United States.

wow...
well thats news to me.  So who owns the Helium brand? Or there's now 2 entities? Thats gonna get confusing,
especially since they are both blockchain related and  tokens/coins are issued.


From what I gathered about the IoT manufacturer that, rather recently, wants to incorporate blockchain into their IoT products: they're not really fishing in the same pond. I think consensus within the team and community is to just leave this be for the moment and deal with it when and if the time comes. There are more important things to deal with at the moment.

I'll see if I can post another TL:DR later this week. For now rest assured that code is being coded and doings are being done. PIVX latest update is rather significant however and since Helium will launch with up to spec, clean, pretty and working code this means a fair bit of extra work for those amongst us who are currently head butting their keyboards and biting their toenails trying to get everything sorted.
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May 26, 2018, 07:13:14 PM
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^ok, thanx for that reply, Teela.

.... and biting their toenails trying to get everything sorted.

Good lord!  are they contortionists now or something?!  Wink Grin

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^ok, thanx for that reply, Teela.

.... and biting their toenails trying to get everything sorted.

Good lord!  are they contortionists now or something?!  Wink Grin

Heh, its just what I normally do myself when I've chewed through my distal phalanges.

As said: as soon as I collect enough from the slack I'll post another TL:DR. There was a working windows binary posted in Slack so that seems to be out of the way.

I think there are 3 ways in which you can currently launch a crypto project. 1: clone someone elses stuff from Github and pretend you're a dev. 2: raise a boatload of money through an ICO and hire blockchain developers who currently come at the same hourly rate as premier league football players, or just hire marketeers and skip the code part. 3: Code a foundation upon which the community and everyone interested can build on through hard work and collective effort.

For as far as I can see the Helium team and the community members who are lending hands are pursuing the 3rd option. This means that there will be a perfectly viable future for Helium but it also means that launch dates and deadlines don't really do much at the moment. Having said that, I personally think this is closer to actually launching than it has ever been.


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May 27, 2018, 08:38:31 AM
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1: Clone someone elses stuff from Github and pretend you're a dev.
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2: Raise a boatload of money through an ICO and hire blockchain developers who currently come at the same hourly rate as premier league football players, or just hire marketers and skip the code part.
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3: Code a foundation upon which the community and everyone interested can build on through hard work and collective effort.
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May 29, 2018, 03:39:44 PM
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http:// if the price is close to GINcoin's we'll be very lucky
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May 29, 2018, 06:00:48 PM
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Quote from: kristerv on Slark
3. In regards to the dual Helium entities, we have been aware of each other for some time. They are a hardware focused IoT manufacturer founded in 2013 and are out of the United States.

wow...
well thats news to me.  So who owns the Helium brand? Or there's now 2 entities? Thats gonna get confusing,
especially since they are both blockchain related and  tokens/coins are issued.


still nothing? ha ha ha the year has already passed

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May 30, 2018, 03:45:48 PM
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Quote from: kristerv on Slark
3. In regards to the dual Helium entities, we have been aware of each other for some time. They are a hardware focused IoT manufacturer founded in 2013 and are out of the United States.

wow...
well thats news to me.  So who owns the Helium brand? Or there's now 2 entities? Thats gonna get confusing,
especially since they are both blockchain related and  tokens/coins are issued.


still nothing? ha ha ha the year has already passed

Well I suppose a year is a very long time for an impatient 12 year old with a
30 second attention span. Now put the phone away before mommy confiscates
it for going over your allotted screen time...

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May 31, 2018, 07:52:12 PM
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Quote from: kristerv on Slark
3. In regards to the dual Helium entities, we have been aware of each other for some time. They are a hardware focused IoT manufacturer founded in 2013 and are out of the United States.

wow...
well thats news to me.  So who owns the Helium brand? Or there's now 2 entities? Thats gonna get confusing,
especially since they are both blockchain related and  tokens/coins are issued.


still nothing? ha ha ha the year has already passed

Well I suppose a year is a very long time for an impatient 12 year old with a
30 second attention span. Now put the phone away before mommy confiscates
it for going over your allotted screen time...

still nothing? June 2018r Smiley

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June 01, 2018, 02:35:14 PM
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I apologize if this question was asked before What is telegram group
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June 01, 2018, 09:46:21 PM
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I apologize if this question was asked before What is telegram group

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=What+is+telegram+group

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June 01, 2018, 11:11:47 PM
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 It took several months for me to hold spreadcoin  just to get hold of HLM. Helium's vision at that time struck me with full of potentials. But there were times that it made me think the development time for this types of project may take longer thus decided to sell my SPR at its peak. So I am expecting to buy HLM on exchanges at a cheaper  price.
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