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January 07, 2018, 07:03:04 PM
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Bounties would be great for this coin.


I agree and would contribute to this.

How difficult is it to create mobile wallets for cryptos? Joule could benefit greatly from some mobile wallets i think- especially considering this coin has comments built in.

Could a mobile app designer do it? Like someone who does not have crypto dev skills? Or would mobile wallet design need a crypto skilled dev? (Which would be a lot more expensive of course)

My thoughts here are that with Crypto going mainstream we could find junior devs with skills outside crypto who want to get involved in the new industry. As stakeholders in Joule they'd grow their skills as they support the coin...

Morning, remi. I'd be truly alarmed to have a wallet designed by anyone lacking a proven background. The Unobtanium community commissioned Hash Engineering to develop their Android wallet, and two years later, they're still having trouble with it.

Sigh: I know my perspective is unpopular; but: keep XJO spartan; develop the community/merchant network; co-operate to greatly increase trading-volume (p2p!); renovate our suite of exchanges -- and pay our dev!


I agree with you 100%. If something is unsafe i absolutely would not want it created. Hadn't heard about that UNO problem, great example. So only someone skilled and publicly proven is possible for us then in my opinion, which means a big investment for sure. But it would pay off for us if we could find someone who could assist (with JohnJoule's approval of course).

JohnJoule doesn't list a donation address anywhere, doesn't seem to want donations. I assume he probably holds a lot of XJO already and doesn't need donations (just me guessing). I'm thinking too that he must be quite intelligent to have launched a coin in 2013 that had an innovation like transaction comments. So he's probably very wealthy these days, may support multiple coins and could be hard to incentive for more wallets.

But JohnJoule if you ever would like to accept donations, I'd be happy to donate! Thanks for all the great work you've done launching and maintaining Joulecoin.

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January 07, 2018, 07:05:29 PM
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btw, don't you see that background of the new site is in colour of shit? I don't like it.

Comment sent.

haha! I see gold and orange. If your shit is this colour i think you should probably go to a doctor....


Most of the website will be in the dark blue colour used on the phone screen. Just the header had this backing. Its a collage of coin graphics.
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January 07, 2018, 07:09:44 PM
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Not sure which is worse, having one lonely emu or naming it Felicity.  Undecided

Morning, C.G. Felicity isn't a sad lonely pet. She's a tame-wild bird, and the house-clearing here is a hotbed of emus coming and going.

More to the point: transaction comments are a cool little asset, and we gotta figure out how to put them to use.

Do the transactions write to the blockchain

the tech extras of this or any coin don't matter so much for now. Cryptos are stores of value and XJO ...It's dirt cheap and well maintained (decent mining profit, original dev support) in a time when other coins of its era are worth Billions like LTC, DOGE....or hundreds of millions like VTC or FTC or other old coins that at one point were worth very little. So much potential here.

Transactions recorded to blockchain? I sure understand yes. And I completely agree with your analysis. Yes!

Ah sorry, mispoke. Meant to ask are the transaction comments recorded to the blockchain? If they are, then this coin permits dating of textual information....
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January 07, 2018, 11:18:34 PM
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Not sure which is worse, having one lonely emu or naming it Felicity.  Undecided

Morning, C.G. Felicity isn't a sad lonely pet. She's a tame-wild bird, and the house-clearing here is a hotbed of emus coming and going.

More to the point: transaction comments are a cool little asset, and we gotta figure out how to put them to use.

Do the transactions write to the blockchain

the tech extras of this or any coin don't matter so much for now. Cryptos are stores of value and XJO ...It's dirt cheap and well maintained (decent mining profit, original dev support) in a time when other coins of its era are worth Billions like LTC, DOGE....or hundreds of millions like VTC or FTC or other old coins that at one point were worth very little. So much potential here.

Transactions recorded to blockchain? I sure understand yes. And I completely agree with your analysis. Yes!

Heck, I got it wrong too: I understood you meant comments. And yes, they are


Ah sorry, mispoke. Meant to ask are the transaction comments recorded to the blockchain? If they are, then this coin permits dating of textual information....
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January 08, 2018, 02:23:42 AM
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Hello All! Just passing through...

Glad to see some action here.

My vote is simple is ALWAYS better...

Hasta!

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January 08, 2018, 04:28:13 PM
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Sorry been busy, I am going to send a tx with a comment sooner or later lol.

It might be best to keep it untouched as IMZ is saying.
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January 08, 2018, 10:07:24 PM
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Bounties would be great for this coin.


I agree and would contribute to this.

How difficult is it to create mobile wallets for cryptos? Joule could benefit greatly from some mobile wallets i think- especially considering this coin has comments built in.

Could a mobile app designer do it? Like someone who does not have crypto dev skills? Or would mobile wallet design need a crypto skilled dev? (Which would be a lot more expensive of course)

My thoughts here are that with Crypto going mainstream we could find junior devs with skills outside crypto who want to get involved in the new industry. As stakeholders in Joule they'd grow their skills as they support the coin...

Morning, remi. I'd be truly alarmed to have a wallet designed by anyone lacking a proven background. The Unobtanium community commissioned Hash Engineering to develop their Android wallet, and two years later, they're still having trouble with it.

Sigh: I know my perspective is unpopular; but: keep XJO spartan; develop the community/merchant network; co-operate to greatly increase trading-volume (p2p!); renovate our suite of exchanges -- and pay our dev!


I agree with you 100%. If something is unsafe i absolutely would not want it created. Hadn't heard about that UNO problem, great example. So only someone skilled and publicly proven is possible for us then in my opinion, which means a big investment for sure. But it would pay off for us if we could find someone who could assist (with JohnJoule's approval of course).

JohnJoule doesn't list a donation address anywhere, doesn't seem to want donations. I assume he probably holds a lot of XJO already and doesn't need donations (just me guessing). I'm thinking too that he must be quite intelligent to have launched a coin in 2013 that had an innovation like transaction comments. So he's probably very wealthy these days, may support multiple coins and could be hard to incentive for more wallets.

But JohnJoule if you ever would like to accept donations, I'd be happy to donate! Thanks for all the great work you've done launching and maintaining Joulecoin.



Morning, remi. ' . . . could be hard to incentive for more wallets.'       

Super Brief: IMHO at this second in crypto history: Less is more. Let us be satisfied to have diligent competent John there if we need him, and get on with developing a super community all on our own.
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January 08, 2018, 11:34:19 PM
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Morning, remi. ' . . . could be hard to incentive for more wallets.'       

Super Brief: IMHO at this second in crypto history: Less is more. Let us be satisfied to have diligent competent John there if we need him, and get on with developing a super community all on our own.

Let's! The real value is in the long-standing community!

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January 09, 2018, 05:22:22 AM
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Can someone give me a brief description on what is going on with this project? future updates. Where can i find the community too?
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January 10, 2018, 12:23:25 AM
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Can someone give me a brief description on what is going on with this project? future updates. Where can i find the community too?

Hey, Miguel! It's a tiny community. Tee hee: this is our main thread! There is some discussion about development; but meanwhile: XJO is established; it's enthusiastically mined; we have fair trading-volume; the original dev is still with us; and we have 'click-n-go' wallets -- and my opinion: this year and next will see much more interest in 'simple' cryptos.

Look forward to seeing you here.

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January 10, 2018, 07:22:25 AM
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Cryptopia has a nice demand. Pushing that 300-400 sat.
I remember those under 20 satoshi days. My my Joule you have grown up to be a big boy.  Roll Eyes
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January 10, 2018, 10:26:13 AM
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Cryptopia has a nice demand. Pushing that 300-400 sat.
I remember those under 20 satoshi days. My my Joule you have grown up to be a big boy.  Roll Eyes

A group of Australians new to cryptos are learning to trade on Cryptopia, Akaro, and setting up wallets. XJO is gonna be our currency of choice. We talk on the phone, and I help them follow the market, and set their bids. Gonna get them to say hello here.
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January 10, 2018, 01:08:05 PM
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In addition to the Cryptopia exchange,
Are there any other exchanges?
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January 10, 2018, 01:47:14 PM
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Cryptopia has a nice demand. Pushing that 300-400 sat.
I remember those under 20 satoshi days. My my Joule you have grown up to be a big boy.  Roll Eyes

A group of Australians new to cryptos are learning to trade on Cryptopia, Akaro, and setting up wallets. XJO is gonna be our currency of choice. We talk on the phone, and I help them follow the market, and set their bids. Gonna get them to say hello here.

Who cares, vietnamese or australians, crypto is going mainstream, everyone realizes money is flowing through this beach like hot air through bum hole. I did not know aussies could configure the wallets, they are dumb and sensitive to scams, thats why it was that easy to still 50 million dollars from australian government (proven by Craig Wright).
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January 10, 2018, 02:14:09 PM
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Cryptopia has a nice demand. Pushing that 300-400 sat.
I remember those under 20 satoshi days. My my Joule you have grown up to be a big boy.  Roll Eyes
Yes, it's nice to see demand, more buyers and rise!
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January 10, 2018, 02:33:33 PM
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Cryptopia has a nice demand. Pushing that 300-400 sat.
I remember those under 20 satoshi days. My my Joule you have grown up to be a big boy.  Roll Eyes



We have great Joule here. Smiley
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January 10, 2018, 07:58:27 PM
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I just love that name  joule, a unit of work for a proof of work coin.  So awesome and the metrics are great.  JOULECOIN!!
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January 10, 2018, 09:38:23 PM
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In addition to the Cryptopia exchange,
Are there any other exchanges?

Hey, fakeshadow! There is Yobit, which I think everyone should be warned of. Nova lists XJO, but has no volume, and they will be closing soon.

Note: there are DOGE-XJO and LTC-XJO pairs on Cryptopia.

Meanwhile, anyone interested in figuring out some p2p trades?
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January 10, 2018, 09:42:47 PM
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I just love that name  joule, a unit of work for a proof of work coin.  So awesome and the metrics are great.  JOULECOIN!!

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Transaction ID: 31b3cd6c1cf4ee3bfc96eaed8f87843bd0e8bee3786e70dc2f014a459ad268f2-000 '

Whoooo! Still figurin' it out. But . . . yeh
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January 10, 2018, 11:18:46 PM
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Nnnice!!
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