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July 12, 2017, 09:03:51 PM
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XEM ICO price was at 2(!) Satoshi - 2.250.000 for 0.045 BTC. Now it's at 5k Satoshi.

That's just plain wrong.

that´s so wrong I don´t even know where to start. 
but what's coin supply?
Xem has 8,999,999,999 XEM total supply (circulating amount is equal)
and if coinmarketcap tells correct XEL has Circulating Supply
80,461,214 XEL
Total Supply
100,000,000 XEL
so 10times less..


100times less..  Roll Eyes

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July 13, 2017, 02:56:43 AM
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I don't quite understand forging on the web wallet. When I log in it says I am forging even though I never specified that anywhere. Is it enabled by default?

Also, when I log out I am give a choice between "Logout" and "Logout and Stop Forging". So if I choose just Logout and then shutdown the browser, the wallet is still forging?

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July 13, 2017, 03:17:17 AM
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I don't quite understand forging on the web wallet. When I log in it says I am forging even though I never specified that anywhere. Is it enabled by default?

Also, when I log out I am give a choice between "Logout" and "Logout and Stop Forging". So if I choose just Logout and then shutdown the browser, the wallet is still forging?



That's right. It's enabled by default.

And if you logout, forging continues in the background, even if your browser is shut down.
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July 13, 2017, 03:19:32 AM
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XEM ICO price was at 2(!) Satoshi - 2.250.000 for 0.045 BTC. Now it's at 5k Satoshi.

XEL has a current marketcap of ~$16m. I see a lot of room to grow, even before the full version is released.

Some managed to get NEM's stake even for free. All you needed to do is just post "Interested".
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July 13, 2017, 04:04:46 AM
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XEM ICO price was at 2(!) Satoshi - 2.250.000 for 0.045 BTC. Now it's at 5k Satoshi.

That's just plain wrong.

that´s so wrong I don´t even know where to start. 
I participated at XEM Ico and I know how much I paid for what...

Wasn't it free?

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July 13, 2017, 06:20:46 AM
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Where can I find the Amount of XEL which havened been claimed?

The same question.
Does anybody know?

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July 13, 2017, 06:25:27 AM
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Where can I find the Amount of XEL which havened been claimed?

The same question.
Does anybody know?
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July 13, 2017, 12:38:51 PM
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I don't quite understand forging on the web wallet. When I log in it says I am forging even though I never specified that anywhere. Is it enabled by default?

Also, when I log out I am give a choice between "Logout" and "Logout and Stop Forging". So if I choose just Logout and then shutdown the browser, the wallet is still forging?



That's right. It's enabled by default.

And if you logout, forging continues in the background, even if your browser is shut down.

Thanks for the explanation! Is it safer to NOT forge using the web wallet or does it not make a difference? I know when you login obviously your credentials are sent to the server but I"m wondering if leaving it on forging opens up some other attack vectors.
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July 13, 2017, 12:45:01 PM
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I don't quite understand forging on the web wallet. When I log in it says I am forging even though I never specified that anywhere. Is it enabled by default?

Also, when I log out I am give a choice between "Logout" and "Logout and Stop Forging". So if I choose just Logout and then shutdown the browser, the wallet is still forging?



That's right. It's enabled by default.

And if you logout, forging continues in the background, even if your browser is shut down.

Thanks for the explanation! Is it safer to NOT forge using the web wallet or does it not make a difference? I know when you login obviously your credentials are sent to the server but I"m wondering if leaving it on forging opens up some other attack vectors.

Well, according to the developer's words, it's not safe, unless you trust the node owner.

To clarify - it is not safe to forge with the online wallet, correct?

Correct

why it's not safe?

BEcause t generate blocks, the client needs to know your passphrase - because every block you generate will need to be signed (on the node which you use for forging). If you use a local node, this is safe! If you use a remote node, you must trust it not to log your passphrase and empty your wallet at some point in the future.
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July 13, 2017, 12:49:55 PM
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XEM ICO price was at 2(!) Satoshi - 2.250.000 for 0.045 BTC. Now it's at 5k Satoshi.

That's just plain wrong.

that´s so wrong I don´t even know where to start.  
but what's coin supply?
Xem has 8,999,999,999 XEM total supply (circulating amount is equal)
and if coinmarketcap tells correct XEL has Circulating Supply
80,461,214 XEL
Total Supply
100,000,000 XEL
so 10times less..


Total Supply is 100,000,000 XEL, but only 80,461,214 have been claimed till now. The Rest is still in Genesis Account. I'm sure there will never be claimed the full Supply. Some may not remember they donated, some lost they private Keys, ...

And by the Way, Elastic has nothing to do with XEM, XEL is based on nxt.

I haven't claimed my coins yet. That's my retirement fund or my kid's trust fund stash.  Wink

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July 13, 2017, 05:38:19 PM
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Is this coin forgeable?
How to do that? Cheesy
I just started to buy XEL, that is great news for me that I can forge, so I will be gratefull if you can help Smiley

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July 13, 2017, 06:48:42 PM
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Time to accumulate between 8000 sats to 12000 sats.

XEL's future is bright.

Look at medium term and see it at 80.000-100.000 Sats Smiley

price depends on a lot of things
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July 13, 2017, 07:30:12 PM
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Is this coin forgeable?
How to do that? Cheesy
I just started to buy XEL, that is great news for me that I can forge, so I will be gratefull if you can help Smiley


If you have the wallet all it takes is clicking on "Forging" at the top and entering your password.  Make sure you are running on your own computer though.

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July 13, 2017, 07:49:58 PM
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It requires full wallet, yes?
Unlike like Xem or LSK or Waves where's ability to "stake" delegated?..

Is full wallet resource-consuming?

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July 13, 2017, 07:56:31 PM
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Is this coin forgeable?
How to do that? Cheesy
I just started to buy XEL, that is great news for me that I can forge, so I will be gratefull if you can help Smiley


If you have the wallet all it takes is clicking on "Forging" at the top and entering your password.  Make sure you are running on your own computer though.

To forge you also need at least 1000 XEL on a balance (confirmed by 750 blocks) and make sure that port 17874 is open.
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July 13, 2017, 09:33:43 PM
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It requires full wallet, yes?
Unlike like Xem or LSK or Waves where's ability to "stake" delegated?..

Is full wallet resource-consuming?


Yes but it doesn't take a huge amount of resources - I have it running in the background.  Delegation or Leasing isn't available yet.

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July 13, 2017, 10:48:04 PM
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It requires full wallet, yes?
Unlike like Xem or LSK or Waves where's ability to "stake" delegated?..

Is full wallet resource-consuming?


Yes but it doesn't take a huge amount of resources - I have it running in the background.  Delegation or Leasing isn't available yet.

Any update from EK or the Devs lately?

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Whats the best and safest way, to store XEL for the long haul?
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July 14, 2017, 07:18:21 AM
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XEM ICO price was at 2(!) Satoshi - 2.250.000 for 0.045 BTC. Now it's at 5k Satoshi.

That's just plain wrong.

that´s so wrong I don´t even know where to start.  
but what's coin supply?
Xem has 8,999,999,999 XEM total supply (circulating amount is equal)
and if coinmarketcap tells correct XEL has Circulating Supply
80,461,214 XEL
Total Supply
100,000,000 XEL
so 10times less..


Total Supply is 100,000,000 XEL, but only 80,461,214 have been claimed till now. The Rest is still in Genesis Account. I'm sure there will never be claimed the full Supply. Some may not remember they donated, some lost they private Keys, ...

And by the Way, Elastic has nothing to do with XEM, XEL is based on nxt.

I haven't claimed my coins yet. That's my retirement fund or my kid's trust fund stash.  Wink

Like long term value stocks. Grin

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July 14, 2017, 12:09:48 PM
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Whats the best and safest way, to store XEL for the long haul?

On the downloadable Elastic Wallet is the best and safest way. https://github.com/unvo1d/Elastic-XEL-Litewallet/releases

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