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August 28, 2016, 09:47:58 AM
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Someone tried on raspberry 3 ?
i have one to test but need the how to.

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August 29, 2016, 08:23:36 AM
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Earning Coins ?

Can I currently earn Maidsafe's coins by downloading and running their software on my computer?

I ask because I have a computer currently that is not being used. If so what and where can I find what I am suppose to download.

Please advise,
Thanks so much,
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No, you have to wait until Safecoin is implemented and Farming is active.

SafeCoin and MaidSafeCoin are same?
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August 29, 2016, 08:31:15 AM
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Earning Coins ?

Can I currently earn Maidsafe's coins by downloading and running their software on my computer?

I ask because I have a computer currently that is not being used. If so what and where can I find what I am suppose to download.

Please advise,
Thanks so much,
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No, you have to wait until Safecoin is implemented and Farming is active.

SafeCoin and MaidSafeCoin are same?

Maidsafe is the ICO/or test net token for distribution, safecoin will be the official token. And will be swapped by 1:1 ratio.

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August 29, 2016, 08:32:11 AM
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Someone tried on raspberry 3 ?
i have one to test but need the how to.

I never tried them but It should work, a simple googling got me this: http://jacobsalmela.com/maidsafe-raspberry-pi/ & http://raspberrymaidsafe.blogspot.com/2014/07/installing-maidsafe-on-raspberry-pi.html



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August 29, 2016, 11:27:05 AM
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Someone tried on raspberry 3 ?
i have one to test but need the how to.

I never tried them but It should work, a simple googling got me this: http://jacobsalmela.com/maidsafe-raspberry-pi/ & http://raspberrymaidsafe.blogspot.com/2014/07/installing-maidsafe-on-raspberry-pi.html


 thank you  , I will try it  later today .

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August 30, 2016, 06:44:55 PM
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Link to topic: MaidSafe Dev Update 30th August 2016

This part is also quite cool:



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August 31, 2016, 07:29:15 PM
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Does this critique is justified? I came accross this in one forum.

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August 31, 2016, 07:40:37 PM
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Does this critique is justified? I came accross this in one forum.

http://www.metzdowd.com/pipermail/cryptography/2016-August/030051.html

There is a thread on the Maidsafe-Forum about that:
https://safenetforum.org/t/former-maidsafe-engineer-outlines-what-appear-to-be-several-serious-issues-with-the-platform/10960/35
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August 31, 2016, 08:08:05 PM
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Interesting discussion. I saw Lopp's tweet too.
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August 31, 2016, 09:08:12 PM
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Does this critique is justified? I came accross this in one forum.

http://www.metzdowd.com/pipermail/cryptography/2016-August/030051.html

Great critique.  Absolutely devastating to the hopium overdose pipe dream of Maid creating some kind of new, post-Bitcoin cryptography.

I've been saying Maid is nothing more than 1990s era Gnutella/Freenet/Kademlia DHT, with trendy "MOAR BLOCKCHAIN" glued on for marketing/fundraising purposes.

Now we have confirmation of that assertion, from a former Maid dev:

Quote from: Lee Clagett
I do not see any advancements from existing distributed storage
networks.


The C++ code required that every node in the quorum group
receive and successfully process messages in identical order, and a
node making a request assumed the first "quorum-size" messages received
were from the quorum. I do not know how they intend to properly keep
the group in consensus with p2p churn, and they had a non-implemented
solution for the group verification which [Christophe Aguettaz
discovered would likely have security issues][0]. The Rust code
currently mirrors the C++ code in these two areas, and potential
solutions to the problems are vague.


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August 31, 2016, 09:41:42 PM
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I am looking at this BTC1250 sell wall on polo, good to see someone else who has the faith!  Huh

http://imgur.com/eQ5hg0O

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August 31, 2016, 10:04:31 PM
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I still have my maidsafe coins sitting in my blockchain.info address from the IPO.  I tried obtaining the private key to the wallet on blockchain.info and was able to get it from the 'imported addresses' section which has the address where my maidsafecoins reside.

I then tried importing the private key into my omniwallet.org wallet but it created a different address than the one in my blockchain wallet and my safecoins are still on the blockchain wallet and not the omni wallet.

I'm officially stuck and looking for any guidance you guys can provide.  I've gone so far as to downloading the bip39 standalone and entering the relevant info but i'm up to 3,619 lines and still haven't found my address with my safecoins.

Please help!  thanks guys
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September 01, 2016, 04:34:46 AM
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figured it out, needed to convert the base58 priv key to hex and import that into omni wallet.
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September 01, 2016, 04:45:44 AM
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I am looking at this BTC1250 sell wall on polo, good to see someone else who has the faith!  Huh

http://imgur.com/eQ5hg0O

So big whale.... A week ago I saw lisk whale had a 2k btc sell wall, now is maidsafe whale has 1200 btc wall, they can sell proportionally for more profit, this big sell wall will scare investors. Unless he is the pumper and dumper, nobody will buy his wall. Ridiculous rich whale.    Shocked Shocked
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September 01, 2016, 09:33:26 AM
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Does this critique is justified? I came accross this in one forum.

http://www.metzdowd.com/pipermail/cryptography/2016-August/030051.html

Great critique.  Absolutely devastating to the hopium overdose pipe dream of Maid creating some kind of new, post-Bitcoin cryptography.

I've been saying Maid is nothing more than 1990s era Gnutella/Freenet/Kademlia DHT, with trendy "MOAR BLOCKCHAIN" glued on for marketing/fundraising purposes.

Now we have confirmation of that assertion, from a former Maid dev:

Quote from: Lee Clagett
I do not see any advancements from existing distributed storage
networks.


The C++ code required that every node in the quorum group
receive and successfully process messages in identical order, and a
node making a request assumed the first "quorum-size" messages received
were from the quorum. I do not know how they intend to properly keep
the group in consensus with p2p churn, and they had a non-implemented
solution for the group verification which [Christophe Aguettaz
discovered would likely have security issues][0]. The Rust code
currently mirrors the C++ code in these two areas, and potential
solutions to the problems are vague.



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September 01, 2016, 09:57:00 AM
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Does this critique is justified? I came accross this in one forum.

http://www.metzdowd.com/pipermail/cryptography/2016-August/030051.html

Great critique.  Absolutely devastating to the hopium overdose pipe dream of Maid creating some kind of new, post-Bitcoin cryptography.

I've been saying Maid is nothing more than 1990s era Gnutella/Freenet/Kademlia DHT, with trendy "MOAR BLOCKCHAIN" glued on for marketing/fundraising purposes.

Now we have confirmation of that assertion, from a former Maid dev:

Quote from: Lee Clagett
I do not see any advancements from existing distributed storage
networks.


The C++ code required that every node in the quorum group
receive and successfully process messages in identical order, and a
node making a request assumed the first "quorum-size" messages received
were from the quorum. I do not know how they intend to properly keep
the group in consensus with p2p churn, and they had a non-implemented
solution for the group verification which [Christophe Aguettaz
discovered would likely have security issues][0]. The Rust code
currently mirrors the C++ code in these two areas, and potential
solutions to the problems are vague.

Always bet on ICE?  Grin

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September 01, 2016, 09:59:12 AM
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I am looking at this BTC1250 sell wall on polo, good to see someone else who has the faith!  Huh

http://imgur.com/eQ5hg0O

So big whale.... A week ago I saw lisk whale had a 2k btc sell wall, now is maidsafe whale has 1200 btc wall, they can sell proportionally for more profit, this big sell wall will scare investors. Unless he is the pumper and dumper, nobody will buy his wall. Ridiculous rich whale.    Shocked Shocked

Think about this:
Who in their right mind would trust an exchange like Polo with 1200 or 2000 BTC ?
Right, precisely nobody.
So the whale is Polo itself.
No other logical explanation.

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September 01, 2016, 10:25:10 AM
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I am looking at this BTC1250 sell wall on polo, good to see someone else who has the faith!  Huh

http://imgur.com/eQ5hg0O

So big whale.... A week ago I saw lisk whale had a 2k btc sell wall, now is maidsafe whale has 1200 btc wall, they can sell proportionally for more profit, this big sell wall will scare investors. Unless he is the pumper and dumper, nobody will buy his wall. Ridiculous rich whale.    Shocked Shocked

Think about this:
Who in their right mind would trust an exchange like Polo with 1200 or 2000 BTC ?
Right, precisely nobody.
So the whale is Polo itself.
No other logical explanation.

I highly doubt that. Because the logic is not true. Many whales have too much trust in exchanges. Think back: MtGox - who would have trusted that exchange with much money? Many! Same with Bitfinex and it's the same with Poloniex.

There are > 100k accounts on Poloniex, most likely about 150k or something like that. And let's say 50 guys on Polo are very rich - and some of them are stupid. And we've seen big walls also in Ethereum and Factom.

Plus: If Polo would play shady games with a total lack of subtlety they could come into trouble with the SEC. And in my opinion Poloniex is where it is because they are professionals.
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September 01, 2016, 10:27:24 AM
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I am looking at this BTC1250 sell wall on polo, good to see someone else who has the faith!  Huh

http://imgur.com/eQ5hg0O

So big whale.... A week ago I saw lisk whale had a 2k btc sell wall, now is maidsafe whale has 1200 btc wall, they can sell proportionally for more profit, this big sell wall will scare investors. Unless he is the pumper and dumper, nobody will buy his wall. Ridiculous rich whale.    Shocked Shocked

Think about this:
Who in their right mind would trust an exchange like Polo with 1200 or 2000 BTC ?
Right, precisely nobody.
So the whale is Polo itself.
No other logical explanation.

I highly doubt that. Because the logic is not true. Many whales have too much trust in exchanges. Think back: MtGox - who would have trusted that exchange with much money? Many! Same with Bitfinex and it's the same with Poloniex.

There are > 100k accounts on Poloniex, most likely about 150k or something like that. And let's say 50 guys on Polo are very rich - and some of them are stupid. And we've seen big walls also in Ethereum and Factom.

Plus: If Polo would play shady games with a total lack of subtlety they could come into trouble with the SEC. And in my opinion Poloniex is where it is because they are professionals.

Polo is biggest exchange now, and about SEC, polo has the license, so does bittrex, if i remember correctly.

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September 01, 2016, 10:38:45 AM
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I am looking at this BTC1250 sell wall on polo, good to see someone else who has the faith!  Huh

http://imgur.com/eQ5hg0O

So big whale.... A week ago I saw lisk whale had a 2k btc sell wall, now is maidsafe whale has 1200 btc wall, they can sell proportionally for more profit, this big sell wall will scare investors. Unless he is the pumper and dumper, nobody will buy his wall. Ridiculous rich whale.    Shocked Shocked

Think about this:
Who in their right mind would trust an exchange like Polo with 1200 or 2000 BTC ?
Right, precisely nobody.
So the whale is Polo itself.
No other logical explanation.

I highly doubt that. Because the logic is not true. Many whales have too much trust in exchanges. Think back: MtGox - who would have trusted that exchange with much money? Many! Same with Bitfinex and it's the same with Poloniex.

There are > 100k accounts on Poloniex, most likely about 150k or something like that. And let's say 50 guys on Polo are very rich - and some of them are stupid. And we've seen big walls also in Ethereum and Factom.

Plus: If Polo would play shady games with a total lack of subtlety they could come into trouble with the SEC. And in my opinion Poloniex is where it is because they are professionals.

Polo is biggest exchange now, and about SEC, polo has the license, so does bittrex, if i remember correctly.

Yes. But that is even more an argument in my opinion that they don't act shady. Most likely they are not allowed to trade at all.
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