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November 10, 2014, 07:13:59 PM
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i foge only fees?
ok thank you for the information. this is then NOT my coin.
then this is the same like NXT.. Instead of Proof-of-Stake we Have Proof-of-(Time + Change in Stake )

where do all the coins come from? forging fees is only re-distributing money. ( it will not get more )
it has to be created someday..
i guess the company sold them, and is already rich? ^^

Personally forging for me is a plus. Im not in this coin because of forging. Im in this coin because next year i'll have the need to move my money fast through countries because i'll have to travel a lot and this is what i'm gonna use. Because alternatives are banks.. this means high commisions.. paying taxes in x country.. lot's of controls and they take weeks! If u only think about forging u didnt get what this coin means and the potential. I see many people still having the pump and dump coins mentality which offered x% earning 1º year and 2º year bit less and so on..

This is a payment system which really hit the street with a solid and real use. If u buy now only because of forging u dont get the point.. but this is good because when NODE reach the goal it will be 10x or even 100x times higher than now. But because of not getting the point u will have already sold maybe at 1,5x and will regret later.

When NODE were distribute people paid between 0.05BTC and 1,5BTC.. currently a stake is about 0.4-0.5 BTC. It's still early. We went through the getting rid of dumpers and weak hands and no marketing already. Marketing started, we have a solid and wide user base and this is just the begin. This is not just about forging.

This guy gets it. Warren Buffet got rich because he bought cheap stocks in companies he believed in and held on to them till everyone else believed in them too. Getting rich quick is NOT a reason to buy in to something. Trust me, you are not as smart as you think you are and everyone else is doing it too, plus now you have to compete with bots... Hint, you can't keep up. Researching something and deciding that it has the potential to change the world is a reason to invest in it's growth, getting rich is just a bi-product.
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November 10, 2014, 07:14:57 PM
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When NODE were distributed people paid between ... free, 0.02 BTC, 0.05 BTC ...
Were several stages.
So yes, 1st stage ... free for 1 stake! Roll Eyes
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November 10, 2014, 07:25:32 PM
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ANd that is another point for the guy who asked before. Devs, etc.. didnt get rich or anything distributing. It was really cheap and public. Personally i found NODE thanks to jl777 who in that moment said this was a REALLY promising coin. 
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November 10, 2014, 07:28:54 PM
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My stake  Grin
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November 10, 2014, 07:31:20 PM
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And as Gizfreak shows u can kill vampires with NODE.
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November 10, 2014, 07:34:09 PM
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When NODE were distributed people paid between ... free, 0.02 BTC, 0.05 BTC ...
Were several stages.
So yes, 1st stage ... free for 1 stake! Roll Eyes
i don't remenber the exact number but there was several hundred of stakes at less than 0.05btc. only one per real menber (sockspuppets were kicked off)
and at the end, some extra stake were sold between 0,5 btc and 1,5btc, something like 150 or 200 stakes. at this price, multiples stakes were allowed.
everything was annonced before.

the ipo list is public.

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November 10, 2014, 07:36:09 PM
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ANd that is another point for the guy who asked before. Devs, etc.. didnt get rich or anything distributing. It was really cheap and public. Personally i found NODE thanks to jl777 who in that moment said this was a REALLY promising coin

link plz  Grin

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November 10, 2014, 07:38:41 PM
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ANd that is another point for the guy who asked before. Devs, etc.. didnt get rich or anything distributing. It was really cheap and public. Personally i found NODE thanks to jl777 who in that moment said this was a REALLY promising coin

link plz  Grin

I have no freaking idea where he wrote that but i'll find it. I just have to use my memory and go back in time Cheesy
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November 10, 2014, 07:54:22 PM
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ANd that is another point for the guy who asked before. Devs, etc.. didnt get rich or anything distributing. It was really cheap and public. Personally i found NODE thanks to jl777 who in that moment said this was a REALLY promising coin.  

link plz  Grin

I have no freaking idea where he wrote that but i'll find it. I just have to use my memory and go back in time Cheesy
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jl777 is an amazing dev and when he's talking, i listen to him very,very attentively. he has never disappointed me.

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November 10, 2014, 07:55:52 PM
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ANd that is another point for the guy who asked before. Devs, etc.. didnt get rich or anything distributing. It was really cheap and public. Personally i found NODE thanks to jl777 who in that moment said this was a REALLY promising coin.  

link plz  Grin

I have no freaking idea where he wrote that but i'll find it. I just have to use my memory and go back in time Cheesy
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jl777 is an amazing dev and when he's talking, i listen to him very,very attentively. he has never disappointed me.

good ol' troll: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=790566.msg8923447#msg8923447
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November 10, 2014, 08:01:32 PM
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ANd that is another point for the guy who asked before. Devs, etc.. didnt get rich or anything distributing. It was really cheap and public. Personally i found NODE thanks to jl777 who in that moment said this was a REALLY promising coin.  

link plz  Grin

I have no freaking idea where he wrote that but i'll find it. I just have to use my memory and go back in time Cheesy
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In my capacity of lead Nxt developer, I can assure you that no core Nxt developer is supporting the scamcoin called NAS.

NAS is a pump and dump coin. It has nothing new to offer. Even calling it a clone or fork would be a compliment they don't deserve, because it is not, it is a quick and dirty copy and paste job. And believe me, it is dirty - I actually took the time to look at the source, out of curiosity what they did with my code.

NAS have taken a test version of the new Nxt UI, developed by Wesley, which was not yet ready for production use - but they don't care, it is a get rich quick scheme, nevermind that it is other people's money this software is supposed to handle. They have also based their release on a Nxt version with a known critical vulnerability, which was fixed in Nxt long ago.

The NAS marketing guys are aggressively trying to bribe various people in the Nxt community with "giveaways". This is a thinly veiled attempt to make their "software" appear sanctioned by the Nxt community. They have also approached me with a similar offer of a generous donation, but I am ignoring it, because I do not want my name to be associated with this blatant scam.

Never confuse copy and paste jobs like NAS with legitimate Nxt alternatives. NEM and NXTL are trying to innovate and improve on the ideas brought by Nxt, they are apparently re-writing and re-designing everything from the ground up, and will be a healthy competition to Nxt. So they have my respect. But NAS... I hope I made myself clear.

Jean-Luc is a NXT lead developer  Wink Node first name was NXTL.

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November 10, 2014, 08:06:09 PM
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Lol and i was searching on nxtforum Cheesy
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November 10, 2014, 08:23:05 PM
Last edit: November 10, 2014, 08:41:40 PM by Hueristic
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48hrs nothing forged yet.
only 8 blocks today, you need a few luck to generate one... like me Grin



but tomorrow, when bter withdraw will be ok, blocks will rain, especially the big!

I had also luck yesterday. forged around 4000 Nodes Cheesy But I have my client running 24/7.

Your right, made 2782.57003 since then. Over 600K now! Probably because peops can withdraw from bter now I'm guessing. Smiley

Bter screwing people made me 17node. Lol

3262   10/11/2014 10:58:19   5,020.00000   17.57000   388507031247855324

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November 10, 2014, 08:26:52 PM
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I've gotten the same problem, did a maximum withdrawal and instead of taking the fee for the extra 50K I got just for the fee's they take it out of the transaction. Come on how stupid is that?? If I send 500K I want 500K + fee's. It's ridiculous.

They should really redo there fee's, why is it so high? 1% all other alts are only 0.2%

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If anyone wouldn't mind to lend me the 5001 Nodes be happy to send back 5100 tomorrow.

PM me if you're up for it.

I guess with the high volume of NODE moving between accounts right now because of this 500.000 requirement its profitable to have as little active forgers as possible for as long as possible for BTER, don't they have a better chance of getting a block reward on their accounts?

BTER has special client which not forge.

Now, Explain to me how that can be verified?

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November 10, 2014, 08:31:03 PM
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If they were forging it would be very easy to find out even without checking what address they have.. because you would see the same block generator a lot of times. And i've been forging and several guys in here also. And i forged the block after i got my NODEs from BTER. If they were with forging "ON" they would have generated that block and not me... because they would have a lot of extra points.
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November 10, 2014, 08:44:09 PM
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If they were forging it would be very easy to find out even without checking what address they have.. because you would see the same block generator a lot of times. And i've been forging and several guys in here also. And i forged the block after i got my NODEs from BTER. If they were with forging "ON" they would have generated that block and not me... because they would have a lot of extra points.

I can only see 24 transactions. Although I do see your point if I knew Bter acct# I could just sit there and look for it.

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November 10, 2014, 08:46:24 PM
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If they were forging it would be very easy to find out even without checking what address they have.. because you would see the same block generator a lot of times. And i've been forging and several guys in here also. And i forged the block after i got my NODEs from BTER. If they were with forging "ON" they would have generated that block and not me... because they would have a lot of extra points.

I can only see 24 transactions. Although I do see your point if I knew Bter acct# I could just sit there and look for it.

Is there a full block explorer somewhere to view more transactions than the client shows. Forged almost 5k node and want to see where
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November 10, 2014, 08:50:02 PM
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http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/explorer/transaction
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November 10, 2014, 09:01:22 PM
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Would a Raspberry Pi be satisfactory to leave the nodecoin application running 24/7 or does it not have enough power?

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November 10, 2014, 09:09:24 PM
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Would a Raspberry Pi be satisfactory to leave the nodecoin application running 24/7 or does it not have enough power?

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Node client takes up to 100% CPU only when uploading blockchain.

Later it takes about 3% cpu and 3% MEM on my 512mb VPS with 1 core.
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