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June 18, 2017, 09:26:55 PM
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i hope it not.  Smiley

also will the forging will be automatically activated after i claimed my XEL ?

can i stop the forge by myself?

thank you EK.

You should really only use a local node installed on your computer. Because if it transmits the passphrase, then in cleartext. But if you do not start forging you should have no reason to worry about.

Forging only starts automatically when you log into your account locally. If you use a remote wallet, you will see a "Gray icon" on the forging button. Only if you click it, enter your passphrase and confirm that you want to start forging, then you will be forging.

However, forging is a good thing. If done locally on your own computer with a local wallet installed, it should be totally safe.
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June 18, 2017, 09:28:07 PM
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One safe way to forge on a remote node would be to "lease" your XEL from a main account to a throwaway account. This account can then forge on a remote node ... it's not dangerous if the private key gets stolen, because your original account (which owns the lent XEL) is not compromised then.
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June 18, 2017, 09:29:58 PM
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i hope it not.  Smiley

also will the forging will be automatically activated after i claimed my XEL ?

can i stop the forge by myself?

thank you EK.

You should really only use a local node installed on your computer. Because if it transmits the passphrase, then in cleartext. But if you do not start forging you should have no reason to worry about.

Forging only starts automatically when you log into your account locally. If you use a remote wallet, you will see a "Gray icon" on the forging button. Only if you click it, enter your passphrase and confirm that you want to start forging, then you will be forging.

However, forging is a good thing. If done locally on your own computer with a local wallet installed, it should be totally safe.

ok thank you for the answer.. i think i have to setup a Linux node by myself..

i am also waiting for a Windows client or Mac client.. Grin

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June 18, 2017, 09:33:09 PM
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I'm waiting for a Windows or Mac client, since the only dealings I've ever had with Linux is in the Peanuts cartoon strip.  ;-)
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June 18, 2017, 09:33:31 PM
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One safe way to forge on a remote node would be to "lease" your XEL from a main account to a throwaway account. This account can then forge on a remote node ... it's not dangerous if the private key gets stolen, because your original account (which owns the lent XEL) is not compromised then.

have you got a XEL account?  Wink

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i am saving some young elephant in kenya.

thank you for make this happen for the community.
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June 18, 2017, 09:34:55 PM
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i am also waiting for a Windows client or Mac client.. Grin

Both are already there, I am using the Mac version already. Just install Oracle JDK 8 (no openjdk) and use ./compile.sh as well as ./run-desktop.sh scripts ;-)

Alternatively, ./run.sh and a browser pointing to http://localhost:17876.

There is also a packager, which is not yet tested but will create a Elastic.app for your Launchpad. I guess Unvoid will do some guides soon.

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June 18, 2017, 09:38:10 PM
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i am also waiting for a Windows client or Mac client.. Grin

Both are already there, I am using the Mac version already. Just install Oracle JDK 8 (no openjdk) and use ./compile.sh as well as ./run-desktop.sh scripts ;-)

Alternatively, ./run.sh and a browser pointing to http://localhost:17876.

There is also a packager, which is not yet tested but will create a Elastic.app for your Launchpad. I guess Unvoid will do some guides soon.



that's nice, thank you EK, i will run my own node.

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June 18, 2017, 09:40:16 PM
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Hey EK, can you add your XEL address to your car fund in your signature?

hi EK.

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June 18, 2017, 09:45:16 PM
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How to support Elastic Dev (thank you)

EK: My car is on the verge of breaking down ;-) Time to replace it with something new and maybe save a polar bear! If you like to support me, without any reward desired, there you go:
BTC: 1Liz5VpeqYEUQXdU8yepPRc3erZQDKDajm
ETH: 3a43e0311a02743de52878543c92a13170efbeee
XEL: we need it too

Coralreefer: XEL: XEL-AZJK-TAVH-3KN3-9EZSH  (Donations for work done on the Elastic project)

unvoid XEL: XEL-HCM8-KB6E-YFLK-8BWMF

Rallier: I am going to get married(July) for wedding gifts & donation elastic works;
XEL: XEL-P6RX-X5BL-5VKU-5AC66

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June 18, 2017, 09:48:37 PM
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How to support Elastic Dev (thank you)

EK: My car is on the verge of breaking down ;-) Time to replace it with something new and maybe save a polar bear! If you like to support me, without any reward desired, there you go:
BTC: 1Liz5VpeqYEUQXdU8yepPRc3erZQDKDajm
ETH: 3a43e0311a02743de52878543c92a13170efbeee
XEL: we need it too

Coralreefer: XEL: XEL-AZJK-TAVH-3KN3-9EZSH  (Donations for work done on the Elastic project)

unvoid XEL: XEL-HCM8-KB6E-YFLK-8BWMF

Rallier: I am going to get married(July) for wedding gifts & donation elastic works;
XEL: XEL-P6RX-X5BL-5VKU-5AC66

maybe include this at website too?

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June 18, 2017, 10:12:54 PM
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i am also waiting for a Windows client or Mac client.. Grin

Both are already there, I am using the Mac version already. Just install Oracle JDK 8 (no openjdk) and use ./compile.sh as well as ./run-desktop.sh scripts ;-)

Alternatively, ./run.sh and a browser pointing to http://localhost:17876.

There is also a packager, which is not yet tested but will create a Elastic.app for your Launchpad. I guess Unvoid will do some guides soon.



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June 19, 2017, 01:26:41 AM
Last edit: June 19, 2017, 01:37:44 AM by devking
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Hello EK,


Please check your XEL's in signature address. Thank you for your hard work on this project.





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June 19, 2017, 01:29:01 AM
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Updated EK XEL address.

How to support Elastic Dev (thank you)

EK: My car is on the verge of breaking down ;-) Time to replace it with something new and maybe save a polar bear! If you like to support me, without any reward desired, there you go:
BTC: 1Liz5VpeqYEUQXdU8yepPRc3erZQDKDajm
ETH: 3a43e0311a02743de52878543c92a13170efbeee
XEL: XEL-6W9S-LUCN-B5QX-E459J

Coralreefer: XEL: XEL-AZJK-TAVH-3KN3-9EZSH  (Donations for work done on the Elastic project)

unvoid XEL: XEL-HCM8-KB6E-YFLK-8BWMF

Rallier: I am going to get married(July) for wedding gifts & donation elastic works;
XEL: XEL-P6RX-X5BL-5VKU-5AC66

Join the Elastic revolution!  Elastic - The Decentralized Supercomputer
ELASTIC WEBSITE | ANNOUNCEMENT THREAD | ELASTIC SLACK | ELASTIC FORUM
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June 19, 2017, 01:31:54 AM
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How to support Elastic Dev (thank you)

EK: My car is on the verge of breaking down ;-) Time to replace it with something new and maybe save a polar bear! If you like to support me, without any reward desired, there you go:
BTC: 1Liz5VpeqYEUQXdU8yepPRc3erZQDKDajm
ETH: 3a43e0311a02743de52878543c92a13170efbeee
XEL: we need it too

Coralreefer: XEL: XEL-AZJK-TAVH-3KN3-9EZSH  (Donations for work done on the Elastic project)

unvoid XEL: XEL-HCM8-KB6E-YFLK-8BWMF

Rallier: I am going to get married(July) for wedding gifts & donation elastic works;
XEL: XEL-P6RX-X5BL-5VKU-5AC66

maybe include this at website too?

Thank you all guys. But its not good idea about add website. It will be like non-vision stuffs. Community know, community decide everything. I(-We-) just want to try helpful I dont want tu push nobody for fund. I am happy to wedding gifts & appreciated by community peoples

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June 19, 2017, 02:40:56 AM
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June 19, 2017, 03:17:06 AM
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Bravo beyinsi , excellent !

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June 19, 2017, 03:51:13 AM
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WOW! That's cool . I join in.
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June 19, 2017, 05:35:48 AM
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This week, I have dedicated entirely to find out a way (and make a concept) to integrate the Elastic computation logic in a way, that would not require to hard fork. This would have several advantages ... old light wallets would then be able to still process all transactions (yet classify them wrongly as messages) while the new wallets can use the full potential.

That would be my dream  Smiley For this week at least.
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June 19, 2017, 05:42:03 AM
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This week, I have dedicated entirely to find out a way (and make a concept) to integrate the Elastic computation logic in a way, that would not require to hard fork. This would have several advantages ... old light wallets would then be able to still process all transactions (yet classify them wrongly as messages) while the new wallets can use the full potential.

That would be my dream  Smiley For this week at least.

I was thinking about that for whats our next milestone Smiley
Thank you for explain

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June 19, 2017, 05:44:34 AM
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This week, I have dedicated entirely to find out a way (and make a concept) to integrate the Elastic computation logic in a way, that would not require to hard fork. This would have several advantages ... old light wallets would then be able to still process all transactions (yet classify them wrongly as messages) while the new wallets can use the full potential.

That would be my dream  Smiley For this week at least.

Well, that would be huge. But a hardfork at this early stage of elastic wouldn't be so bad either.
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