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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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June 19, 2017, 06:12:02 AM
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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.



Here is the dumbed-down lame version:

download and install java: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html
launch the terminal
go to the xel light wallet folder
type bash compile.sh
type bash run.sh
open ur browser and go to http://localhost:17876

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June 19, 2017, 06:56:08 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

Exciting times ahead!
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June 19, 2017, 07:10:59 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

The 2017 best coin. Grin
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June 19, 2017, 07:30:56 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

Well, if (I say if, at the moment it is just an idea which was not yet checked for plausibility) we can do the entire computation logic in a manner, that it is not consensus critical (and therefore does not require any hard fork) I would want to be provocative and say that we should be able to see the first experimental computations on the livenet within 1 month from the point where we have a concept for this Wink

No guarantee, just a hunch!
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June 19, 2017, 07:38:39 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

Well, if (I say if, at the moment it is just an idea which was not yet checked for plausibility) we can do the entire computation logic in a manner, that it is not consensus critical (and therefore does not require any hard fork) I would want to be provocative and say that we should be able to see the first experimental computations on the livenet within 1 month from the point where we have a concept for this Wink

No guarantee, just a hunch!

EK, you are extraordinary! amazing times are upon us and it is thanks to you and the other talented devs.
Although it would be really really great to have the functional client out as soon as possible, please take the time you need to do it up to your standards (always the best!).
Also would be very good for the project if the coin was added to at least some exchanges prior to the mentioned big release. I hope this will happen soon.

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June 19, 2017, 07:40:23 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

Well, if (I say if, at the moment it is just an idea which was not yet checked for plausibility) we can do the entire computation logic in a manner, that it is not consensus critical (and therefore does not require any hard fork) I would want to be provocative and say that we should be able to see the first experimental computations on the livenet within 1 month from the point where we have a concept for this Wink

No guarantee, just a hunch!

You and reefer remaining detached from all but coding is keeping this project agile. So refreshing. Seems like all other modern crypto projects are modeling themselves after corporate whores. It's the antithesis of the spirit that gave birth to the original cryptocurrency.

Thanks as always. Exciting to see what gets built!

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June 19, 2017, 07:45:45 AM
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Hi,

@EK: Please do not send any XEL to my account XEL-6W9S-LUCN-B5QX-E459J, because if you do they will be spent on something absolutely stupid and you get nothing in return.

Hopefully you get much donations and buy whatever senseless thing / gadgte / gizmo you like .. enjoy it !

@All

How can I limit my node to only fore for a single account ? Or is it enough to have the account flagged as forging on the blockchain ?

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June 19, 2017, 08:04:55 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

Well, if (I say if, at the moment it is just an idea which was not yet checked for plausibility) we can do the entire computation logic in a manner, that it is not consensus critical (and therefore does not require any hard fork) I would want to be provocative and say that we should be able to see the first experimental computations on the livenet within 1 month from the point where we have a concept for this Wink

No guarantee, just a hunch!
Satoshi EK does it again. i can't wait to tweet this when you give me the green light . Smiley

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June 19, 2017, 10:01:23 AM
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is there any risk if I redeem my XEL with some BTC left at this BTC adress? Theese BTC are safe?

THX

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June 19, 2017, 10:06:12 AM
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is there any risk if I redeem my XEL with some BTC left at this BTC adress? Theese BTC are safe?

THX

yes, are safe.
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June 19, 2017, 10:13:14 AM
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is there any risk if I redeem my XEL with some BTC left at this BTC adress? Theese BTC are safe?

THX

yes, are safe.

ok thx

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June 19, 2017, 10:20:30 AM
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XEL would be in full
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

At this rate, XEL will be fully functional before Golemn release its prototype. First movers advantage is huge in crypto.

Well, if (I say if, at the moment it is just an idea which was not yet checked for plausibility) we can do the entire computation logic in a manner, that it is not consensus critical (and therefore does not require any hard fork) I would want to be provocative and say that we should be able to see the first experimental computations on the livenet within 1 month from the point where we have a concept for this Wink

No guarantee, just a hunch!

Thanks for sharing this vision! I hope we soon can share this great news

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June 19, 2017, 10:29:58 AM
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What is this account XEL-U2SJ-8EYV-8JZH-2VH2F?
It actively forges and has 4 genesis redeems - is it possible at all to redeem more than once?
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June 19, 2017, 10:34:53 AM
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Here is the dumbed-down lame version:

download and install java: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html
launch the terminal
go to the xel light wallet folder
type bash compile.sh
type bash run.sh
open ur browser and go to http://localhost:17876



Clearly this isn't dumbed-down or lame enough for me, lol.

I'm trying to install a light wallet on a Mac and step 3 has got me flummoxed.  

"go to the xel light wallet folder"

Was there a step that I should have downloaded the light wallet?  How do I do that?  How do I get to the mystical light wallet folder?

If someone can take me down to the next level of dumbness, I'd really appreciate it. :-)
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June 19, 2017, 10:43:28 AM
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If you have git installed, you can pull the "xel light wallet folder" from unvoid's repository:

https://github.com/unvo1d/Elastic-XEL-Litewallet.git

;-)

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Here is the dumbed-down lame version:

download and install java: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html
launch the terminal
go to the xel light wallet folder
type bash compile.sh
type bash run.sh
open ur browser and go to http://localhost:17876



Clearly this isn't dumbed-down or lame enough for me, lol.

I'm trying to install a light wallet on a Mac and step 3 has got me flummoxed.  

"go to the xel light wallet folder"

Was there a step that I should have downloaded the light wallet?  How do I do that?  How do I get to the mystical light wallet folder?

If someone can take me down to the next level of dumbness, I'd really appreciate it. :-)

The source code is here
Code:
git clone https://github.com/unvo1d/Elastic-XEL-Litewallet.git

Then you go to the folder to which it was downloaded - that will be the "mystical" go-to-the-xel-light-wallet folder  Smiley
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June 19, 2017, 10:56:13 AM
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Thanks EK / tomkat.

Now I just need to work out how to install git, lol.
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