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November 26, 2013, 07:19:56 PM
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These are 2 new coins, both consider themselves 2nd gen, not based on original BTC code, both claiming next generation features...  NMC is just released, eMunie is in beta.....

my bet is the 2 devs knew each other and had some falling out, etc.

regardless, some very exciting changes coming on to the scene, i believe
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I don't know anything about eMunie, but Nxt is a pretty sweet system.  It's great being able to do proof of stake mining from my macbook.


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November 26, 2013, 07:59:17 PM
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my bet is the 2 devs knew each other and had some falling out, etc.

While both are successors to BTC, the bus stops there and emunie has no connection to NXT whatsoever. The primary goal of emunie is to create a currency system (something that BTC has failed to achieve, as it has turned into a commodity instead) and along with this goal introduce facilities and features more advanced or completely lacking in current crypto "currencies", as well as correct some problems associated with them. Some of these features have been divulged in some threads in this forum, but make no mistake, that's just the tip of the iceberg. Another important facet of emunie is that it is not being rushed. Fuserleer has rewritten some aspects of the software time and again just to make things "perfect". When it is launched, you'll not only have a feature rich client, but a client that has been thoroughly thought-out and a client that has been heavily tested. Functionality, usability, reliability, performance and supportability; emunie accounts for them all. Wink
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November 26, 2013, 08:00:36 PM
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I don't know anything about eMunie, but Nxt is a pretty sweet system.  It's great being able to do proof of stake mining from my macbook.
How exactly do you mine NXT?

I have the wallet but don't see how you mine with it.

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November 26, 2013, 08:04:59 PM
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These are 2 new coins, both consider themselves 2nd gen, not based on original BTC code, both claiming next generation features...  NMC is just released, eMunie is in beta.....

my bet is the 2 devs knew each other and had some falling out, etc.

regardless, some very exciting changes coming on to the scene, i believe

Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.

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These are 2 new coins, both consider themselves 2nd gen, not based on original BTC code, both claiming next generation features...  NMC is just released, eMunie is in beta.....

my bet is the 2 devs knew each other and had some falling out, etc.

regardless, some very exciting changes coming on to the scene, i believe

Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.
I hope you're right, can't wait for eMunie's release.
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November 26, 2013, 08:28:43 PM
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I don't know anything about eMunie, but Nxt is a pretty sweet system.  It's great being able to do proof of stake mining from my macbook.
How exactly do you mine NXT?

I have the wallet but don't see how you mine with it.

well its 100% proof of stake.  you only mine when you have coins and the system determines a demand for new coins based on demand.  the concept is that X number of coins were premined and distributed via the genesis.  now its up to those people who got them to distribute them out further.  the system creates new coins by demand from its builtin exchange (which im not sure if that feature is ready yet) and the new coins are dirstibuted out to the existing holders for sale into the exchange.

at least thats the way I understand.  its still brand new, released last week.


These are 2 new coins, both consider themselves 2nd gen, not based on original BTC code, both claiming next generation features...  NMC is just released, eMunie is in beta.....

my bet is the 2 devs knew each other and had some falling out, etc.

regardless, some very exciting changes coming on to the scene, i believe

Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.

cool man, just wondering, they seem very similar in all those aspects I put out, plus 1 i forgot which was java client for 1st binary, was just making a guess.  Im going in on both FWIW, keep it up, looking forward to newer and better crypto currencies
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November 26, 2013, 08:49:10 PM
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EMU will win!

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Has emunie been released yet? From what I can find it's still in dev.
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November 26, 2013, 09:35:56 PM
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As an investor, I'm going to be involved in both of them. Competition is good.
I do really look forward to testing eMunie... fingers crossed I'll get into the beta. *wink wink Fuserleer* Wink
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November 26, 2013, 11:35:25 PM
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As an investor, I'm going to be involved in both of them. Competition is good.
I do really look forward to testing eMunie... fingers crossed I'll get into the beta. *wink wink Fuserleer* Wink

yes i want to invest as well..  I was a few days late to get into the nxt genesis block pre-sell.  Id like to get into the emunie one but it seems fairly expensive at $0.1 USD per eMunie
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December 06, 2013, 12:22:51 AM
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but I also think it will be years before there are 1Bil of either currency.  I'm invested in both at this point.


There have been 1 billion nxt since the day it was launched, split between the initial investors.
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Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.

Well Nxt is already leaps and bounds ahead of emunie.  It sounds like you're jealous and insecure.  I can guarantee you that Nxt will outperform emunie in all aspects.  You already know this yourself, hence your smear comments.  You have posts on your emunie forum discussing Nxt's successes and are trying to emulate Nxt.

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Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.

Well Nxt is already leaps and bounds ahead of emunie.  It sounds like you're jealous and insecure.  I can guarantee you that Nxt will outperform emunie in all aspects.  You already know this yourself, hence your smear comments.  You have posts on your emunie forum discussing Nxt's successes and are trying to emulate Nxt.

I'm heavily invested in both Nxt and eMu.  Have you beta tested eMu client?  It's really innovative.  I wouldn't say Nxt is "leaps and bounds ahead" other than the fact that it's out there being sold right now.  I see Nxt as a hoarders currency and eMu as a spenders currency, they are both great, but very different in most ways.  When the eMu client is officially released, it will be more advanced than Nxt client, however, it's a demand generation currency, and it won't sky rocket in value like I expect Nxt will. 
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Where can you buy eMunie?

And where was the genesis block of Next offered (in the forums? )

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Where can you buy eMunie?

And where was the genesis block of Next offered (in the forums? )

Go to eMunie forum, the pre-sale will be open to everyone soon.   

Nxt block offered here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303898.msg3253022#msg3253022
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Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.

Well Nxt is already leaps and bounds ahead of emunie.  It sounds like you're jealous and insecure.  I can guarantee you that Nxt will outperform emunie in all aspects.  You already know this yourself, hence your smear comments.  You have posts on your emunie forum discussing Nxt's successes and are trying to emulate Nxt.

as a non-nxt stakeholder, i dont see his statements as smear.  However I have acquired a good bit b/c NXT does look promising, and I thought it a good bet.  IMO he is correct on the QA thing though.  Only recently has there been a slowdown on client updates, and some of them have been very bad.  Some people have lost their NXT (due to their own negligence, yes, but you have to admit there wasnt much of a disclaimer in the client warning of proper use) and I see that as negative publicity.  Also, the POS thing and only 71 stakeholders is other negative publicity.  How long was the notification of buy in before the closing of the buy in?  Yes I understand the nature of the stakeholder investment, but given that it is based on a deflationary model, I am concerned

In contrast, eMu has been in "beta" with what I assume is not real money at stake.  Im not in the beta test so Im not really aware of what all is going on or the planned released features come Jan.  That being said, the notification for prebuyin of emu is vastly longer than NXT, and also I 100% agree with a previous poster regarding NXT being hoarders and EMU being spenders.  Given those 2, my prediction is the  the general public will consider emu much more 'fair'.  Not that Im saying that 'fair' *should* matter, mind you, Im just saying maybe that will be a big thing, maybe not.  Thing is the emu presell is MUCH more expensive than the NXT one.

will be EXTREMELY interesting to see how it works out.
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On that last point wasn't there something like 1 billion nxt handed out? So comparatively speaking it's impossible to consider emunie expensive and nxt cheap.

There would have to be 80 million dollars invested in emunie for the same amount of coins to be handed out (no way that will happen in the pre-buy Smiley ). This means emunie's coins are more expensive but way less of them at release. That's the way I see that at least.

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Even in Beta, eMunie has 10 times the features of Nxt. It's faster too.

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Lol I can assure you that I don't know the dev of Nxt at all.

That said, if I did, I would most certainly have fell out with regard to his "QA" practices, so you are semi correct on one point!

I'm going to be a bit brash here, but simply put, NxT (and most other "next gen" cryptos) simply wont be able to compete with the technical quality of eMunie, save for perhaps Invictus Innovations BitShare/KeyHotee and MercSuey's latest paper, nothing comes close.

Well Nxt is already leaps and bounds ahead of emunie.  It sounds like you're jealous and insecure.  I can guarantee you that Nxt will outperform emunie in all aspects.  You already know this yourself, hence your smear comments.  You have posts on your emunie forum discussing Nxt's successes and are trying to emulate Nxt.

as a non-nxt stakeholder, i dont see his statements as smear.  However I have acquired a good bit b/c NXT does look promising, and I thought it a good bet.  IMO he is correct on the QA thing though.  Only recently has there been a slowdown on client updates, and some of them have been very bad.  Some people have lost their NXT (due to their own negligence, yes, but you have to admit there wasnt much of a disclaimer in the client warning of proper use) and I see that as negative publicity.  Also, the POS thing and only 71 stakeholders is other negative publicity.  How long was the notification of buy in before the closing of the buy in?  Yes I understand the nature of the stakeholder investment, but given that it is based on a deflationary model, I am concerned

In contrast, eMu has been in "beta" with what I assume is not real money at stake.  Im not in the beta test so Im not really aware of what all is going on or the planned released features come Jan.  That being said, the notification for prebuyin of emu is vastly longer than NXT, and also I 100% agree with a previous poster regarding NXT being hoarders and EMU being spenders.  Given those 2, my prediction is the  the general public will consider emu much more 'fair'.  Not that Im saying that 'fair' *should* matter, mind you, Im just saying maybe that will be a big thing, maybe not.  Thing is the emu presell is MUCH more expensive than the NXT one.

will be EXTREMELY interesting to see how it works out.

Yes, eMunie can easily labeled as a spenders client... it's supposed to be a currency and not a commodity... which is a rarity in these parts. You can escape a fiat system if your unit of measure is in constant flux *cough btc* which in turn, cripples you buy forcing any sort of pricing to be ultimately pegged back to fiat. eMunie is hoping to change that, only time will tell.

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