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July 31, 2016, 06:58:07 PM
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What's the difference between maidsafe project and the deep web? We can use tor right now for anonymous web use. Can some one please explain to earnest but unknowledgeble folks like me, why this project is touted to have massive potential. I have also read further coin dilution will happen as the project progresses which might hurt the value of maidsafe coins, is this true? I am sorry if I seem to spread fud, it's not my intention, in fact I am interested but would like to know more.
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July 31, 2016, 07:06:23 PM
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What's the difference between maidsafe project and the deep web? We can use tor right now for anonymous web use. Can some one please explain to earnest but unknowledgeble folks like me, why this project is touted to have massive potential. I have also read further coin dilution will happen as the project progresses which might hurt the value of maidsafe coins, is this true? I am sorry if I seem to spread fud, it's not my intention, in fact I am interested but would like to know more.

the project has massive potential because the people behind it are working tirelsly lol these new tests catering for devs widens scope. The more development happening around a coin the higher the value rises GENERALLY dilution happens to most c oins tho its inevitable ...

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July 31, 2016, 07:13:51 PM
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What's the difference between maidsafe project and the deep web? We can use tor right now for anonymous web use. Can some one please explain to earnest but unknowledgeble folks like me, why this project is touted to have massive potential. I have also read further coin dilution will happen as the project progresses which might hurt the value of maidsafe coins, is this true? I am sorry if I seem to spread fud, it's not my intention, in fact I am interested but would like to know more.
I dont know as much about the project as others in here does, but one key difference between safenet and tor is that on tor you still need a server to host a website. On safenet its broken into several tiny bits which are stored on many different servers. Everyone can run a server and get paid in safecoins for it.
It makes it more or less impossible to attack websites or services running on safenet.

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July 31, 2016, 07:32:18 PM
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Thanks for the explanation.
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August 01, 2016, 04:58:09 AM
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What this coin is good to invest?
And how if to trading?

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August 01, 2016, 12:32:23 PM
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What's the difference between maidsafe project and the deep web? We can use tor right now for anonymous web use. Can some one please explain to earnest but unknowledgeble folks like me, why this project is touted to have massive potential. I have also read further coin dilution will happen as the project progresses which might hurt the value of maidsafe coins, is this true? I am sorry if I seem to spread fud, it's not my intention, in fact I am interested but would like to know more.

The SAFE Network doesn't connect you to the normal WWW. Instead you could register a public name like safe:myweblog and people will use a specialized browser (being worked on right now) to view you site. And it's fully P2P so no centralized servers. So upload your website and the network will store it forever. Same for data. You pay some Safecoin to upload (PUT) data to the network and it's there as long as you want. You can also store private data. It's split in chunks and fully encrypted. And through all the encryption and obfuscation layers no one has a clue what you are doing and who you are. So no government can shut this thing down as long as there's internet. They also won't come after you for watching a pirated movie as they don't know you've watched it. Same for Wikileaks, they could store Terabytes of data and no one could shut them down.

Download the Launcher and Demo App from the TEST 7 Topic on the forum and see what this is all about. 

   
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August 01, 2016, 04:22:50 PM
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The project should get more attention , only 96 pages for more than 2 years.


     
     

     
     
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August 01, 2016, 10:55:40 PM
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The project should get more attention , only 96 pages for more than 2 years.

Most of the discussion is going on at the MaidSafe forum: http://forum.safenetwork.io.
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August 02, 2016, 07:46:59 PM
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MaidSafe Dev Update 2nd August 2016

Enjoy!
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August 04, 2016, 04:56:25 PM
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I was wondering what will happen to the 90% of Safe Coins once the network launches ?
How will they be distributed ?

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August 05, 2016, 01:22:26 AM
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Maidsafe when?

test n+1

where n -> ∞

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August 05, 2016, 08:39:38 AM
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I was wondering what will happen to the 90% of Safe Coins once the network launches ?
How will they be distributed ?

When a users "farms" a Safecoin it's created and assigned to his address. This means the coin is created by the network because someone delivered a chunk out of his vault.
When a user uploads data (PUT) he gives up ownership of some Safecoin and the coin is free to be farmed again by someone else. So there is recycling of coins.

This is what happens:

Client > wants to PUT data to the network > close nodes say: burn x-amount of Safecoin first > client burns Safecoin > nodes sign data to be uploaded to he network.

Vault > get's a request for a chunk from network > delivers chunk (always has to) > says to close nodes: I delivered chunk > close nodes pick random Safecoin address and if it's free (not owned)
the Vault becomes the owner of the address.

So when 25% of all coins are farmed, from all new farming attempts 25% will fail as the nodes pick a random address out of the 4,3 billion Safecoin addresses.

There are other things happening as well. When a lot of people run Vaults (good Safecoin prices) the reward per delivered chunk goes down. When not enough people run Vaults the reward (FR) goes up goes up.
So the network balances itself out depending on how much supple/demand there is for storage. My guess is that the FR will be very low as a lot of people run Vaults in the hope to farm Safecoin.  

This will all be tested with test-Safecoin first. At that time the devs can test several ways in doing this. 
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August 05, 2016, 12:53:56 PM
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Maidsafe when?

test n+1

where n -> ∞

Maybe an idea to not hang around in a topic about Maidsafe if you have 0% trust in what they do. It's like listening to R&B music while you don't like it. It doesn't make sense
from a mental health perspective  Tongue.
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August 05, 2016, 07:51:25 PM
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I don't understand why MAID has a lot of sell pressure


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August 05, 2016, 08:38:44 PM
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Because many bought a lot of it for a lower price. And they dump it to earn money, not that they believe in the project itself.

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August 05, 2016, 11:48:46 PM
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the people who bought way lower have had 2 months or more to sell. and maid was double even this prices during that time.

people will sell off but a lot more people will buy in as it gets close to launch.

last thing that stuck in my head is that theres still going to be lots of testnets. heck we havent even gotten to a testnet which has test safecoins yet :p

so hold your horses folks, and your coins. things are on the way but it wont be tomorrow.

$MAID & $BTC other than that some short hodls and some long held garbage.
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August 06, 2016, 12:45:41 AM
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Maidsafe when?

test n+1

where n -> ∞


Maybe an idea to not hang around in a topic about Maidsafe if you have 0% trust in what they do. It's like listening to R&B music while you don't like it. It doesn't make sense
from a mental health perspective  Tongue.

Sorry criticism hurts your feelings, but "R&B music" didn't take lots of money and then deliver nothing, so spare us the crappy deflections and shitty pop psychology.

We're not going to stop calling out fraud when we see it.

Wasn't the MVP supposed to be done months ago?   Roll Eyes


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August 06, 2016, 01:06:13 PM
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Maidsafe when?

test n+1

where n -> ∞


Maybe an idea to not hang around in a topic about Maidsafe if you have 0% trust in what they do. It's like listening to R&B music while you don't like it. It doesn't make sense
from a mental health perspective  Tongue.

Sorry criticism hurts your feelings, but "R&B music" didn't take lots of money and then deliver nothing, so spare us the crappy deflections and shitty pop psychology.

We're not going to stop calling out fraud when we see it.

Wasn't the MVP supposed to be done months ago?   Roll Eyes

Yes it was, this whole project was meant to be out for I think over a year or so if you look at plans from the crowdfund in 2014. But show me one cryptoproject that was released on time, including a GUI and a 1.0 release tag? I own Ethereum as well, but even them with way more support and money still haven't released a fully working version of MIST. And I don't really care to be honest. I just follow the projects, look at their code and what they are doing and decide rather I keep my coins and give my support or not. Not that much more I can do.

TEST 7 is still up and running btw. Give it a go.

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August 07, 2016, 01:56:50 PM
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Maidsafe when?

test n+1

where n -> ∞


Maybe an idea to not hang around in a topic about Maidsafe if you have 0% trust in what they do. It's like listening to R&B music while you don't like it. It doesn't make sense
from a mental health perspective  Tongue.

Sorry criticism hurts your feelings, but "R&B music" didn't take lots of money and then deliver nothing, so spare us the crappy deflections and shitty pop psychology.

We're not going to stop calling out fraud when we see it.

Wasn't the MVP supposed to be done months ago?   Roll Eyes

Prices going up and the rats are crawling from the sewer again. Welcome back!

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the price drop back again Angry
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