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May 25, 2016, 10:22:13 PM
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As this was the first coin I ever really gotten involved in, and it made me rise through the ranks in bitcointalk I wanted to show my new half purple circle here!

Not sure how many oldtimers are still around, but I've seen some familiar faces. I'm still holding my nobl, not parting with it anytime soon.
not sure i qualify as a old timer I was around reading all this stuff for over a year maybe two before I ever had a account. I too was so interested in noble I started my posting here. Much respect for that purple tip on yer head. You earned it buddy. He He   Fish
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May 25, 2016, 11:12:41 PM
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Guys our team specializes in compiling wallets for aoll mplatforms . I notice noble does not have a wallet for mac or android, or rasberry pi. We also sell extremely fast seed nodes. If interested please visit our link.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1483690.new#new

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I want to make sure everyone knows that I just released my software called "Yobit pump alert". THis is custom software that uses an algo to detect the start of a pump here on yobit, the second it starts. YOu can even filter the coins you see by price. Most pumps start less than 100 sats , so you can easily filter the cheap coins, so they are the only ones displayed Smiley https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1945937.msg20241953#msg20241953
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May 26, 2016, 12:16:36 AM
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Guys our team specializes in compiling wallets for aoll mplatforms . I notice noble does not have a wallet for mac or android, or rasberry pi. We also sell extremely fast seed nodes. If interested please visit our link.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1483690.new#new

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I been wanting a android wallet for a while the price looks fair. Would like to hear from the community on this but if you can make a android wallet that uses the same rules as the one we got I would like to be your first customer. I see on your page Android coming soon. Im ready now. let me know.
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish
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Noblecoin Snapshot & BootStrap Updated.  Smiley       
               
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.


Actually Eagles, I think it still has merit, What if I want to try and convince my local shop owner to accept noble, well we are hardly the cutting edge without a mobile wallet, it doesn't need to stake by any means, but mobile transactions breathes new life to where there was none, hell I'd like to accept noble for my work, but alas it too complicated to get people involved even with offering 10% discounts etc cause they fear the PC wallet and the ability to loose it, so here is a couple of ideas

A  mobile wallet with a single button to backup wallet to your SD card or cloud storage, encrypted there is no reason your wallet.dats cannot be stored on a cloud like google drive etc

Make it as easy to use for personal transactions as possible, maybe an interface to create a payment request and send to email / or display a QR code the payee can scan from email or direct from Phone screen or recipient

Lastly I say this to everyone, mass adoption is key to any coins success, BTC isn't successful from buzz it's successful because you can uses it, Buy and sell with it world wide and it's accepted in 100s of places, the Grandma factor I will call this, the likelihood your grandma can use the wallet, because lets face it, until grandma can use it, it's just guys like us using it and that is in the big scheme of things a tiny pool of people buying and selling coins

Also the Raspberry PI offer above....  well OK cash has a wallet for it and stakes very well at 7 watts of power, I think we could ALL use that break in costs esp now with the price of all Crypto being so low, Keeping my 300 watt Laptop or 1kw PC on 24/7 to stake noble is just not worth it right now in the cost of power vs.. coins ...  I still hold all my noble, never dropped a dime, however, I do not stake because 300 watts 24/7 is too much to pay

ok thats my input. I'll leave you back to your good work.


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June 11, 2016, 11:32:33 PM
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.


Actually Eagles, I think it still has merit, What if I want to try and convince my local shop owner to accept noble, well we are hardly the cutting edge without a mobile wallet, it doesn't need to stake by any means, but mobile transactions breathes new life to where there was none, hell I'd like to accept noble for my work, but alas it too complicated to get people involved even with offering 10% discounts etc cause they fear the PC wallet and the ability to loose it, so here is a couple of ideas

A  mobile wallet with a single button to backup wallet to your SD card or cloud storage, encrypted there is no reason your wallet.dats cannot be stored on a cloud like google drive etc

Make it as easy to use for personal transactions as possible, maybe an interface to create a payment request and send to email / or display a QR code the payee can scan from email or direct from Phone screen or recipient

Lastly I say this to everyone, mass adoption is key to any coins success, BTC isn't successful from buzz it's successful because you can uses it, Buy and sell with it world wide and it's accepted in 100s of places, the Grandma factor I will call this, the likelihood your grandma can use the wallet, because lets face it, until grandma can use it, it's just guys like us using it and that is in the big scheme of things a tiny pool of people buying and selling coins

Also the Raspberry PI offer above....  well OK cash has a wallet for it and stakes very well at 7 watts of power, I think we could ALL use that break in costs esp now with the price of all Crypto being so low, Keeping my 300 watt Laptop or 1kw PC on 24/7 to stake noble is just not worth it right now in the cost of power vs.. coins ...  I still hold all my noble, never dropped a dime, however, I do not stake because 300 watts 24/7 is too much to pay

ok thats my input. I'll leave you back to your good work.


I thought thats was the whole idea for the NOXT project??? Easy mobile transactions
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841741.0
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June 12, 2016, 12:20:52 AM
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.


Actually Eagles, I think it still has merit, What if I want to try and convince my local shop owner to accept noble, well we are hardly the cutting edge without a mobile wallet, it doesn't need to stake by any means, but mobile transactions breathes new life to where there was none, hell I'd like to accept noble for my work, but alas it too complicated to get people involved even with offering 10% discounts etc cause they fear the PC wallet and the ability to loose it, so here is a couple of ideas

A  mobile wallet with a single button to backup wallet to your SD card or cloud storage, encrypted there is no reason your wallet.dats cannot be stored on a cloud like google drive etc

Make it as easy to use for personal transactions as possible, maybe an interface to create a payment request and send to email / or display a QR code the payee can scan from email or direct from Phone screen or recipient

Lastly I say this to everyone, mass adoption is key to any coins success, BTC isn't successful from buzz it's successful because you can uses it, Buy and sell with it world wide and it's accepted in 100s of places, the Grandma factor I will call this, the likelihood your grandma can use the wallet, because lets face it, until grandma can use it, it's just guys like us using it and that is in the big scheme of things a tiny pool of people buying and selling coins

Also the Raspberry PI offer above....  well OK cash has a wallet for it and stakes very well at 7 watts of power, I think we could ALL use that break in costs esp now with the price of all Crypto being so low, Keeping my 300 watt Laptop or 1kw PC on 24/7 to stake noble is just not worth it right now in the cost of power vs.. coins ...  I still hold all my noble, never dropped a dime, however, I do not stake because 300 watts 24/7 is too much to pay

ok thats my input. I'll leave you back to your good work.


I thought thats was the whole idea for the NOXT project??? Easy mobile transactions
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841741.0

As much as they are sister coins, they are independent of each other and should be developed as such, NOXT is rofo's new baby while Noble has become Eagles baby, I am sure there is some collaboration,  however, my concern is for noble being a useful marketable coin for charity as it was intended and for that is needs to become useable - granma factor and mass adoption as described in my long winded post above... Noble has it's own life lead....


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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.


Actually Eagles, I think it still has merit, What if I want to try and convince my local shop owner to accept noble, well we are hardly the cutting edge without a mobile wallet, it doesn't need to stake by any means, but mobile transactions breathes new life to where there was none, hell I'd like to accept noble for my work, but alas it too complicated to get people involved even with offering 10% discounts etc cause they fear the PC wallet and the ability to loose it, so here is a couple of ideas

A  mobile wallet with a single button to backup wallet to your SD card or cloud storage, encrypted there is no reason your wallet.dats cannot be stored on a cloud like google drive etc

Make it as easy to use for personal transactions as possible, maybe an interface to create a payment request and send to email / or display a QR code the payee can scan from email or direct from Phone screen or recipient

Lastly I say this to everyone, mass adoption is key to any coins success, BTC isn't successful from buzz it's successful because you can uses it, Buy and sell with it world wide and it's accepted in 100s of places, the Grandma factor I will call this, the likelihood your grandma can use the wallet, because lets face it, until grandma can use it, it's just guys like us using it and that is in the big scheme of things a tiny pool of people buying and selling coins

Also the Raspberry PI offer above....  well OK cash has a wallet for it and stakes very well at 7 watts of power, I think we could ALL use that break in costs esp now with the price of all Crypto being so low, Keeping my 300 watt Laptop or 1kw PC on 24/7 to stake noble is just not worth it right now in the cost of power vs.. coins ...  I still hold all my noble, never dropped a dime, however, I do not stake because 300 watts 24/7 is too much to pay

ok thats my input. I'll leave you back to your good work.


I thought thats was the whole idea for the NOXT project??? Easy mobile transactions
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841741.0

As much as they are sister coins, they are independent of each other and should be developed as such, NOXT is rofo's new baby while Noble has become Eagles baby, I am sure there is some collaboration,  however, my concern is for noble being a useful marketable coin for charity as it was intended and for that is needs to become useable - granma factor and mass adoption as described in my long winded post above... Noble has it's own life lead....
Lot of good points, are far as noble and NOXT I think everything has worked out for the best. ROFO is free to innovate and not have to bother with the small stuff we already agree on. Eagle is here to help guide our community, hes our manager. But the rest of us need to continue to bring ideas to the table and hash out the details. Android and Pi wallet I think it will bring some new people in. I wish it would stake, having our wallets on a Pi box is cheap. Kultus has many good points. Fish
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.


Actually Eagles, I think it still has merit, What if I want to try and convince my local shop owner to accept noble, well we are hardly the cutting edge without a mobile wallet, it doesn't need to stake by any means, but mobile transactions breathes new life to where there was none, hell I'd like to accept noble for my work, but alas it too complicated to get people involved even with offering 10% discounts etc cause they fear the PC wallet and the ability to loose it, so here is a couple of ideas

A  mobile wallet with a single button to backup wallet to your SD card or cloud storage, encrypted there is no reason your wallet.dats cannot be stored on a cloud like google drive etc

Make it as easy to use for personal transactions as possible, maybe an interface to create a payment request and send to email / or display a QR code the payee can scan from email or direct from Phone screen or recipient

Lastly I say this to everyone, mass adoption is key to any coins success, BTC isn't successful from buzz it's successful because you can uses it, Buy and sell with it world wide and it's accepted in 100s of places, the Grandma factor I will call this, the likelihood your grandma can use the wallet, because lets face it, until grandma can use it, it's just guys like us using it and that is in the big scheme of things a tiny pool of people buying and selling coins

Also the Raspberry PI offer above....  well OK cash has a wallet for it and stakes very well at 7 watts of power, I think we could ALL use that break in costs esp now with the price of all Crypto being so low, Keeping my 300 watt Laptop or 1kw PC on 24/7 to stake noble is just not worth it right now in the cost of power vs.. coins ...  I still hold all my noble, never dropped a dime, however, I do not stake because 300 watts 24/7 is too much to pay

ok thats my input. I'll leave you back to your good work.


I thought thats was the whole idea for the NOXT project??? Easy mobile transactions
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841741.0

As much as they are sister coins, they are independent of each other and should be developed as such, NOXT is rofo's new baby while Noble has become Eagles baby, I am sure there is some collaboration,  however, my concern is for noble being a useful marketable coin for charity as it was intended and for that is needs to become useable - granma factor and mass adoption as described in my long winded post above... Noble has it's own life lead....
Lot of good points, are far as noble and NOXT I think everything has worked out for the best. ROFO is free to innovate and not have to bother with the small stuff we already agree on. Eagle is here to help guide our community, hes our manager. But the rest of us need to continue to bring ideas to the table and hash out the details. Android and Pi wallet I think it will bring some new people in. I wish it would stake, having our wallets on a Pi box is cheap. Kultus has many good points. Fish

9 days later and the conversation is dead ? I know can be a shit to deal with, but surely ya'll not that scared of me ...


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June 25, 2016, 03:07:47 AM
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Ok so I learned that if I have a android wallet built for noble it will not stake. Reason is it is possible to code it and make it work but it uses too many resources and causes to phone to be hot and drain battery life. So with that being said does anyone see any reason to build a android wallet at this time? Will it help us in any way IDK I'm asking you guys. Also I wonder if my idea of having a real staking Android wallet will be something that can take place in the future. we all know cpus and phones get faster every year I wonder if this is something that could take place maybe a year or even two down the road? What you guys think?   Fish

I do not think this makes sense right now. Unless someone does not own computer and wants to stake on his/her phone. However such a phone will most likely need to be plugged into the mains.


Actually Eagles, I think it still has merit, What if I want to try and convince my local shop owner to accept noble, well we are hardly the cutting edge without a mobile wallet, it doesn't need to stake by any means, but mobile transactions breathes new life to where there was none, hell I'd like to accept noble for my work, but alas it too complicated to get people involved even with offering 10% discounts etc cause they fear the PC wallet and the ability to loose it, so here is a couple of ideas

A  mobile wallet with a single button to backup wallet to your SD card or cloud storage, encrypted there is no reason your wallet.dats cannot be stored on a cloud like google drive etc

Make it as easy to use for personal transactions as possible, maybe an interface to create a payment request and send to email / or display a QR code the payee can scan from email or direct from Phone screen or recipient

Lastly I say this to everyone, mass adoption is key to any coins success, BTC isn't successful from buzz it's successful because you can uses it, Buy and sell with it world wide and it's accepted in 100s of places, the Grandma factor I will call this, the likelihood your grandma can use the wallet, because lets face it, until grandma can use it, it's just guys like us using it and that is in the big scheme of things a tiny pool of people buying and selling coins

Also the Raspberry PI offer above....  well OK cash has a wallet for it and stakes very well at 7 watts of power, I think we could ALL use that break in costs esp now with the price of all Crypto being so low, Keeping my 300 watt Laptop or 1kw PC on 24/7 to stake noble is just not worth it right now in the cost of power vs.. coins ...  I still hold all my noble, never dropped a dime, however, I do not stake because 300 watts 24/7 is too much to pay

ok thats my input. I'll leave you back to your good work.


I thought thats was the whole idea for the NOXT project??? Easy mobile transactions
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841741.0

As much as they are sister coins, they are independent of each other and should be developed as such, NOXT is rofo's new baby while Noble has become Eagles baby, I am sure there is some collaboration,  however, my concern is for noble being a useful marketable coin for charity as it was intended and for that is needs to become useable - granma factor and mass adoption as described in my long winded post above... Noble has it's own life lead....
Lot of good points, are far as noble and NOXT I think everything has worked out for the best. ROFO is free to innovate and not have to bother with the small stuff we already agree on. Eagle is here to help guide our community, hes our manager. But the rest of us need to continue to bring ideas to the table and hash out the details. Android and Pi wallet I think it will bring some new people in. I wish it would stake, having our wallets on a Pi box is cheap. Kultus has many good points. Fish

9 days later and the conversation is dead ? I know can be a shit to deal with, but surely ya'll not that scared of me ...
Im still with you hanging on every word.
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July 05, 2016, 06:43:59 AM
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Seems like pump time for nobl.

Any idea where it can go?
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July 05, 2016, 09:11:00 AM
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Any idea where it can go?

Nobody knows. If NOBL picks up some of the hysteria that EMC2 has right now, NOBL could be at 100+sat in no time. But, it's unlikely it will surpass previous highs of 15 to 20 sat.
Just my educated guess.
I really hope NOBL goes ballistic. That would make me very happy.
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July 05, 2016, 09:40:21 AM
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NOBL pump incoming!
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July 05, 2016, 03:14:57 PM
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Spring Staking Promotion - Update after almost 3 months

It has been almost 3 months since start of promotion. We started on the 7th of April.

1. Staking ratio and difficulty
Staking Coins for the last 1000 Blocks: 21.4% (increase from 18.9% reported previously)
Difficulty is at 2.74 right now (decrease from 6.23).

2. Rewards paid so far
500000 NOBLE: 1 time
100000 NOBLE: 5 times
10000 NOBLE: 60 times
1000 NOBLE: 600 times
100 NOBLE: 5994 times

3. Remaining balance
107 759 NOBLE (decrease from more than 2 000 000 reported two months ago).

4. Future
This promotion is called 'Spring staking promotion'. It is summer now and funds are about to dry up. Should we keep it running? IF people think this idea still makes sense and want to contribute towards it feel free to send donations to address: 9qnqPmfLgxFrevQcZaDcrxVHMA7KbowuQV
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July 07, 2016, 03:47:24 PM
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Long time Noble holder who hasn't really opened his wallet for a long, long time. Have now updated to POS wallet and have coins in it (just over 9m) and wondering how long they need to be in the wallet before they can start staking - or do I need to send those coins to an exchange and back to enable them to mature and start staking?

Can anyone help?

Thanks.
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Long time Noble holder who hasn't really opened his wallet for a long, long time. Have now updated to POS wallet and have coins in it (just over 9m) and wondering how long they need to be in the wallet before they can start staking - or do I need to send those coins to an exchange and back to enable them to mature and start staking?

Can anyone help?

Thanks.


Same here. Farmed from day one, sitting on almost 100M NOBL now. for best staking i've broken those down into ~2M per NOBL address within my wallet. then just make sure you've unlocked your wallet to stake. fairly straight forward.

i had them sitting as one lump sum for about a month and then i just never seemed to get anything after that .... lumps of 2M was my happy place
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July 08, 2016, 01:55:23 PM
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Long time Noble holder who hasn't really opened his wallet for a long, long time. Have now updated to POS wallet and have coins in it (just over 9m) and wondering how long they need to be in the wallet before they can start staking - or do I need to send those coins to an exchange and back to enable them to mature and start staking?

Can anyone help?

Thanks.


Same here. Farmed from day one, sitting on almost 100M NOBL now. for best staking i've broken those down into ~2M per NOBL address within my wallet. then just make sure you've unlocked your wallet to stake. fairly straight forward.

i had them sitting as one lump sum for about a month and then i just never seemed to get anything after that .... lumps of 2M was my happy place

So, send out amounts of 2m to an exchange and then send them back - I'm not sure what you mean by different addresses within your wallet.

Almost 100m! That is a lot of Noble. I seemed to lose a few million moving from mining to POS, wallet never seemed to get the full amount of Noble over.
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July 08, 2016, 10:28:26 PM
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Long time Noble holder who hasn't really opened his wallet for a long, long time. Have now updated to POS wallet and have coins in it (just over 9m) and wondering how long they need to be in the wallet before they can start staking - or do I need to send those coins to an exchange and back to enable them to mature and start staking?

Can anyone help?

Thanks.

There is no need to send coins to exchange back and forth. General idea is to create new address/addresses in your wallet and then to send there money from your old address which contains lots of coins.

To create new address:
- click on 'Receive coins'
- 'New address' - you can provide label if you like

And in order to send money in chunks from old and fat address:
- click on 'Send coins'
- click on 'Coin control features'/'Inputs'
- select address where you hold coins
- click 'OK'
- paste new address into 'Pay To' or provide its label into 'Label'
- fill 'Amount' field
- click on 'Send'
- wait for this transaction to show up in a block explorer before creating new one

This is the most basic scenario. In order to speed things up it is recommended to create several new addresses and send money to several addresses at once.
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