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November 10, 2014, 01:31:55 AM
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Network is stable atm, one suggestion there should be a password confirmation when we send NODE and also forged block should be in transactions with the title of "Forged".
ok, I will try in my client to check,
if this works well, and the price will go up.
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November 10, 2014, 01:40:06 AM
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Network is stable atm, one suggestion there should be a password confirmation when we send NODE and also forged block should be in transactions with the title of "Forged".
ok, I will try in my client to check,
if this works well, and the price will go up.

People has paid 200 satoshis already. Non-existent marketing and dumpers took price down. But dumpers are gone and marketing started.. price will be back to 200 satoshis easily and then let's see how much will cost. I think 500 satoshis soon is not that difficult. I expect much more than 1k though
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November 10, 2014, 01:40:11 AM
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TROLLING...


DEVS there is a ban script available. Want to set it up and get rid of this douche bag.

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November 10, 2014, 02:50:18 AM
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Prices continued to rise, very good
also the volu is bigger ,
and this situation is good.

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November 10, 2014, 04:16:10 AM
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i like what's going on here.. I will note though the website does not have options for a mac client etc.. just assumes that you need a windows wallet. a little absurd imo - seems there is only a windows wallet at the moment so i understand where you're coming from. at least the download file is labeled

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November 10, 2014, 04:37:58 AM
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i like what's going on here.. I will note though the website does not have options for a mac client etc.. just assumes that you need a windows wallet. a little absurd imo - seems there is only a windows wallet at the moment so i understand where you're coming from. at least the download file is labeled

There is linux and windows client. I asked to devs about mac client and they said they will release a mac client also.
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November 10, 2014, 04:57:48 AM
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i like what's going on here.. I will note though the website does not have options for a mac client etc.. just assumes that you need a windows wallet. a little absurd imo - seems there is only a windows wallet at the moment so i understand where you're coming from. at least the download file is labeled

There is linux and windows client. I asked to devs about mac client and they said they will release a mac client also.

Why don't linux run on mac?

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November 10, 2014, 07:11:53 AM
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How the hack do the devs want to integrate a dezentrelized USD wallet??!!
Any explanation how they want to do that?
Other whise I see no reason why I should Invest in Node, that is the only inovation I can see...but I have a hard time beliving its true Tongue Cheesy


You seem to have missed the fact that Node is built from scratch on nodejs, which is s substantial innovation compared to all the Bitcoin knockoffs out there.

And it is also a re-implementation of the ideas behind NXT, which in itself is already an innovation to all the Bitcoin knockoffs out there.
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November 10, 2014, 07:12:04 AM
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i hope TaunSew bought NODE 2 days ago  Grin Grin Grin
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November 10, 2014, 07:18:29 AM
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How the hack do the devs want to integrate a dezentrelized USD wallet??!!
Any explanation how they want to do that?
Other whise I see no reason why I should Invest in Node, that is the only inovation I can see...but I have a hard time beliving its true Tongue Cheesy


You seem to have missed the fact that Node is built from scratch on nodejs, which is s substantial innovation compared to all the Bitcoin knockoffs out there.

And it is also a re-implementation of the ideas behind NXT, which in itself is already an innovation to all the Bitcoin knockoffs out there.


Re-implementing another coin is not an innovation. 
Imho the innovation of NODE is that it uses a fully connected netowork which enables instant transactions (which I'm still eager to see in a live environment).

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November 10, 2014, 07:26:50 AM
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How the hack do the devs want to integrate a dezentrelized USD wallet??!!
Any explanation how they want to do that?
Other whise I see no reason why I should Invest in Node, that is the only inovation I can see...but I have a hard time beliving its true Tongue Cheesy

You’ve created an account using a secret phrase: 13612210224060154205;

You automatically get 3 accounts, every account works with a separate module:
a) 13612210224060154205 - NODE & Genesis’s Block decentralized module;
b) 13612210224060154205USD - centralized module through a payment gateway;
c) 13612210224060154205EUR - centralized module through a payment gateway;

All the transactions are saved in its blockchain;

Exp:
You got your new account 13612210224060154205USD, now you can: add USD to it trough a secured payment gateway, send/receive USD to/from another XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXUSD account for instance your friends, family, etc. or withdraw them through a convenient payment gateway.
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November 10, 2014, 08:31:22 AM
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How the hack do the devs want to integrate a dezentrelized USD wallet??!!
Any explanation how they want to do that?
Other whise I see no reason why I should Invest in Node, that is the only inovation I can see...but I have a hard time beliving its true Tongue Cheesy

You’ve created an account using a secret phrase: 13612210224060154205;

You automatically get 3 accounts, every account works with a separate module:
a) 13612210224060154205 - NODE & Genesis’s Block decentralized module;
b) 13612210224060154205USD - centralized module through a payment gateway;
c) 13612210224060154205EUR - centralized module through a payment gateway;

All the transactions are saved in its blockchain;

Exp:
You got your new account 13612210224060154205USD, now you can: add USD to it trough a secured payment gateway, send/receive USD to/from another XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXUSD account for instance your friends, family, etc. or withdraw them through a convenient payment gateway.


That is pretty cool but the USD would still lie in some actual bank account at a parter-bank right ? The way I understand it is that what's actually handled over the blockchain are IOUs.

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November 10, 2014, 08:49:52 AM
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Node was published in Bitcoin Magazine
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/18097/node-second-generation-cryptocurrency-with-different-codebase-to-bitcoin-launches/
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November 10, 2014, 09:24:55 AM
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Some heavy media attention going on.
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November 10, 2014, 09:49:50 AM
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Some heavy media attention going on.
big pump in bter , glad to see that as I still hold the coins.

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November 10, 2014, 09:58:19 AM
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Very good, there will be more and more people join in node

I have to get back all the lost .
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November 10, 2014, 10:02:41 AM
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Announcement


Proof of Activity Algo. Launched. Clients Win and Linux ready.!

Now you can try the POA algorithm on real network

Version Win: http://nodecoin.com/node_0.9.1b_win.zip
Version Linux: http://nodecoin.com/node_0.9.1b_linux.zip
Instructions for Linux (https://github.com/nodepay/Docs/blob/master/Instructions.md


Attention to participate in Forge POA, you must have the account 500 000 coins



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First you have to download last version of NODE client. Currently this are the latest versions. Open it and wait till blockchain is downloaded and working. (your account number is in the upper-right corner)

Also go to bter and buy minimum 500k NODE. Personally i bought a few millions.. After that withdraw them to your NODE account to start forging (deposit and withdrawals will be working on monday) and pay attention to the client updates dev team is doing almost weekly (yes they are working hard)

To be able to forge u just need to have your client open and eventually you will forge a block. What this means? When transactions are made.. let's say 1M.. that Million pays 0,35% fees, which is 3500 NODE. If you forge that block! You'll get those 3500 NODE! If u are not that lucky and u forge a block with let's say 10000 NODE, u'll forge 35NODE. A block can contain several transaction.

Good luck forging.



If I logout, do I lose my points (or units, I don't remember the proper name)? Or do I lose anything except the time when I'm not online?

Good question, Silkk is able to answer that.

If you go out of network, then your time is then removed. Better to use the Linux client more chances forge block

Does anyone have an idea what time (CET) withdraw to NODE account will become available today at BTER ?

I wrote bter that the network is operating normally. Today will be enable "Deposit" and "Withdrawal"

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November 10, 2014, 10:25:12 AM
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do you guys think there will be a huge dump after they restore deposits at bter? I think yes Cheesy
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November 10, 2014, 10:29:46 AM
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PoA working, Bitcoin magazine writes about Node. Wheels are rolling !
Soon everybody knows about Node. $20 million marketcap in horizon... Here we go !
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November 10, 2014, 10:55:42 AM
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do you guys think there will be a huge dump after they restore deposits at bter? I think yes Cheesy
perhaps but the poa wasn't active three day ago, so dumpers did not have any reason to keep their node into wallet. i guess (and i hope) that a big amount of node was already ready to dump on bter and a lot of this amount was dumped during the downtrend.

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