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July 17, 2017, 01:31:53 PM
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@yugu: what's your point? Do you want XEL to crash or not?
My point is changing and floating, not a constant.  Wink

If you are so interested in it. For the moment I am interested in price crash and I see it's gonna happen, so, I am waiting.

Unlike majority of aggressive investors in this thread that are only waiting the price rocket to dump their coins,
I am really interested in XEL's success, as I am going to use its computational power.
So, I am waiting for the project progress and for the price crash to buy that power cheaper.

Actually, I am one of those who create real demand for XEL and provide its price and capitalization growth,
unlike shitty buy-cheap-sell-high investors.

I am the real user who is ready to spend dollars in exchange to computational time.
If there are any similar projects that will provide it sooner and in case of future competition cheaper, I will go there and buy there.
Good luck with one day trading, price-rise prayers.

My apologizes to devs if I was too rude.

Why don't you go and pay for Amazon/Azure/Google Cloud then? There are HPC cluster solutions developed by major companies pumping money into development and I believe it gives far better experience and usage than some mighty-tool released by small group of developers. I mean I am all in for something called distributed computer but with the current (no) funding scheme what are the chances for success and how does the final product compare to available industry standard solutions?

While I wish luck to all involved, I don't see many chances for products like Golem, Elastic or others to survive in the long run. There is no stable platform, nor workload available. And with resources assigned to this project, how long shall we wait.. Year? 10 years?
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July 17, 2017, 01:50:48 PM
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Why don't you go and pay for Amazon/Azure/Google Cloud then?
Price is unacceptably high.
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While I wish luck to all involved, I don't see many chances for products like Golem, Elastic or others to survive in the long run.
I don't know, I believe such projects can survive.
Think of the price, as electricity costs +20%, the price will be very competitive.
No any centralized provider is able to compete from the point of price.
They need to count hardware costs, here you shouldn't, ppl are going to sell their idle power that would be lost otherwise.

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July 17, 2017, 02:56:41 PM
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Probably, you will be able to see: there is no progress. No progress at all.

What an appreciative comment to all those who are spending their last bit of free time to code at the moment Roll Eyes

Btw: Coralreefer and I have started to port the entire logic of xel_miner to java and suggest an approach without any supernode-centralization and without any guard nodes.
I want to point out the word "suggest". What some people seem to misunderstand: we are not "hired" and we do not work for any "company". We just code and suggest algorithms, which the community (for example unvoid) may add into the mainnet or not.


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July 17, 2017, 05:36:41 PM
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İt is going to be impossible to see these prices in few weeks. Good time to accumulate this coin. This project is great and has big potential for the future.

I agree. The fear of a possible chainsplit is real and effecting all alts. Expecting a good rise beginning in august

https://storeofvalue.github.io/posts/segwit2x-could-be-the-biggest-bear-trap/

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July 17, 2017, 07:15:55 PM
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I have sold all my coins as soon as it entered to bittrex ecchange, and when i see today´s price i see that it was the right move. Now, i am trying to buy when i see a good price. This is basically becaus i want to become a XEL holder again. It has a good future and this price is definetely way below its potential.
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July 17, 2017, 08:53:45 PM
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Probably, you will be able to see: there is no progress. No progress at all.

What an appreciative comment to all those who are spending their last bit of free time to code at the moment Roll Eyes

Btw: Coralreefer and I have started to port the entire logic of xel_miner to java and suggest an approach without any supernode-centralization and without any guard nodes.
I want to point out the word "suggest". What some people seem to misunderstand: we are not "hired" and we do not work for any "company". We just code and suggest algorithms, which the community (for example unvoid) may add into the mainnet or not.

Great news! We (as a community) are greatfull that you guys pushing this project to next phase. I hope someday we  can use elastic  for science.

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July 17, 2017, 09:27:54 PM
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Question guys,

I am forging with 1,005 coins for over a week now and I got nothing forged.. is that making any sense?
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July 18, 2017, 07:35:34 AM
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Question guys,

I am forging with 1,005 coins for over a week now and I got nothing forged.. is that making any sense?

With just a mere 1005 coins your forging power is basically nothing against other accounts, and even if you'll forge block (from time to time), chances are that it won't contain fees :-(
However, your node is helping the network, so don't shut it down. Try buying more coins, and wait for computation part, so you can make profits from mining.
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July 18, 2017, 08:03:53 AM
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Hi Guys, I have 500 xel (bought at 17700 sat) and want to transfer them to my webwallet but I can't seem to find the address where to send it to.
Anyone can help me with this?

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July 18, 2017, 11:39:23 AM
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Hi Guys, I have 500 xel (bought at 17700 sat) and want to transfer them to my webwallet but I can't seem to find the address where to send it to.
Anyone can help me with this?


It's the account ID on the upper left side.
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July 18, 2017, 12:03:57 PM
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Hi Guys, I have 500 xel (bought at 17700 sat) and want to transfer them to my webwallet but I can't seem to find the address where to send it to.
Anyone can help me with this?


It's the account ID on the upper left side.

Thx! I thought so but wasn't sure. Don't want to loose my precious XEL Smiley
I have to set my account info now I guess after this message: Set account info, send a message, buy an alias, send XEL, because my public key has not been published yet.
When I set my account info it says I have an unknown account.

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July 18, 2017, 12:16:44 PM
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Hi Guys, I have 500 xel (bought at 17700 sat) and want to transfer them to my webwallet but I can't seem to find the address where to send it to.
Anyone can help me with this?


It's the account ID on the upper left side.

Thx! I thought so but wasn't sure. Don't want to loose my precious XEL Smiley
I have to set my account info now I guess after this message: Set account info, send a message, buy an alias, send XEL, because my public key has not been published yet.
When I set my account info it says I have an unknown account.

Setting Account info is not necessary.

Send a small amount first to test.
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July 18, 2017, 12:24:18 PM
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where do I have to send it to  Huh :p

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July 18, 2017, 12:32:48 PM
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where do I have to send it to  Huh :p

Bittrex -> Wallets -> XEL -> Withdraw -> Enter your Account ID -> Confirm

Do it with 10 XEL first.
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July 18, 2017, 01:01:45 PM
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So I've bought XEL on bittrex and now have to send a bit back Cheesy
Such a strange system, but then again I'm a newbie :p

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July 18, 2017, 01:49:42 PM
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Hi, I asked on the dev slack channel but comment was lost, I repost here.

I work in a research center and we use a supercomputer here. I have colleagues running simulations for materials testing and modelling.

Is it interesting for the project to get my hands on some (python) code to see if that would work on elastic? It is not possible to convince anyone here to use elastic because we recently bought a super expensive supercomputer (that is slightly used) but just for you guys.

If it is not very interesting I wouldn't ask because I need to ask superiors etc and it's a complex procedure.

P.S I <3 elastic
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July 18, 2017, 02:12:14 PM
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is XEL looking into quantum computing?!   Shocked
now THAT would be fucking something!!

anyways, buy time is now  Cool - thnx for cheap XEL and see you on uranus! lel

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July 18, 2017, 05:50:16 PM
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Is it interesting for the project to get my hands on some (python) code to see if that would work on elastic? It is not possible to convince anyone here to use elastic because we recently bought a super expensive supercomputer (that is slightly used) but just for you guys.

It won't work for the moment,  since (1) computations are now working only on the testnet (2) it works only for ElasticPl progrsming language.  And, if your code involves matrix multiplications (I guess it does for materials modelling) it won't work even later, since the amount of memory, available to an elasticpl task is extremely limited.

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July 19, 2017, 06:10:44 AM
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So I've bought XEL on bittrex and now have to send a bit back Cheesy
Such a strange system, but then again I'm a newbie :p

Install Elastic wallet and then withdraw from Bittrex to your XEL address.

Windows wallet is here
https://talk.elasticexplorer.org/t/windows-wallet-release-3-1-1/775
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July 19, 2017, 07:06:06 AM
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Is it interesting for the project to get my hands on some (python) code to see if that would work on elastic? It is not possible to convince anyone here to use elastic because we recently bought a super expensive supercomputer (that is slightly used) but just for you guys.

It won't work for the moment,  since (1) computations are now working only on the testnet (2) it works only for ElasticPl progrsming language.  And, if your code involves matrix multiplications (I guess it does for materials modelling) it won't work even later, since the amount of memory, available to an elasticpl task is extremely limited.

I didn't mean to run this code, I am wondering if the dev team would like to take a look because on slack I read that they are looking for use cases. Are you sure modelling will not work even later? That is a bit dissapointing. Wouldn't the memory be increased at a later time? why not?
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