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November 28, 2014, 09:10:35 PM
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damn, very cheap. i need more BTC
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November 28, 2014, 09:12:31 PM
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damn, very cheap. i need more BTC
same here  Grin way too undervalued.

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November 29, 2014, 11:17:35 AM
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My node stuck at 4474 block Cry
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November 29, 2014, 11:22:15 AM
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My node stuck at 4474 block Cry
My NODE is running and Block Height is 4585.

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November 29, 2014, 12:24:16 PM
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Running linux version 24/7 for 8 days now. Not a single glitch or block stuck.
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November 29, 2014, 01:06:48 PM
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Continue to buy

I have to get back all the lost .
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November 29, 2014, 11:04:39 PM
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wallet not syncing, any solutions?
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November 29, 2014, 11:58:38 PM
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wallet not syncing, any solutions?


block 4595 here.

If it gets stuck just close and reopen.

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November 30, 2014, 01:43:20 AM
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wallet not syncing, any solutions?


block 4595 here.

If it gets stuck just close and reopen.

I ran the Linux version on a vps and no problem.

The problem is with windows 8.1 where once it verifies the blocks it doesn't go beyond the "Loading..." screen.
I tried restarting it and erasing nxtlt.db and nxtltTx.db along with replacing it with the one provided but it will still not load the new blocks.
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November 30, 2014, 04:00:33 AM
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wallet not syncing, any solutions?


block 4595 here.

If it gets stuck just close and reopen.

I ran the Linux version on a vps and no problem.

The problem is with windows 8.1 where once it verifies the blocks it doesn't go beyond the "Loading..." screen.
I tried restarting it and erasing nxtlt.db and nxtltTx.db along with replacing it with the one provided but it will still not load the new blocks.

I run into the same problem, which got solved by leaving the client on for a long time after deleting those files (with the "Loading..." screen visible)

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November 30, 2014, 11:44:32 AM
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50$ Volume in 24 hours... So boring  Angry
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November 30, 2014, 12:27:15 PM
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wallet not syncing, any solutions?


block 4595 here.

If it gets stuck just close and reopen.

I ran the Linux version on a vps and no problem.

My linux vps node finally crashed after it was stuck for two days  Cry
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November 30, 2014, 12:54:39 PM
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50$ Volume in 24 hours... So boring  Angry

Next three months will remain in this volume

I have to get back all the lost .
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November 30, 2014, 12:57:56 PM
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50$ Volume in 24 hours... So boring  Angry

Next three months will remain in this volume
Better than P&D. it takes time to get more people involved.

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November 30, 2014, 01:14:26 PM
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Hi all!
Vote for koop4u!



Vote up for Koop4u , https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=590421.0 , http://nodecoin.com/

He answers all relevant questions in your thead,  dev very attentive!
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November 30, 2014, 05:03:30 PM
Last edit: November 30, 2014, 05:21:05 PM by Nodeclub
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Due to numerous requests of Node community we have decided to reveal some secrets of network architecture and structure of queries and interactions before the end of beta.

The main secret of transaction speed is in the structure of Node network which is designed according to the principle of functioning and interconnections of brain neural network.

All nodes in the system are peers similar to brain neurons.
Ordinary nodes serve as input neurons, the main nodes play the role of hidden neurons. Blockchain this output neuron.



Node network includes the main nodes and ordinary nodes.

Main node is a client running on the server via a key (start index.js -key: examplekey), ordinary node are the same clients running without a key.
Number of main nodes is mathematically unlimited.

Main node takes over 10,000 connections. If you run the client and first main node already has 10,000 connections than the client connects to the next main node.

Ordinary nodes are connected to the main node and to the several other connected nodes through the main node. The main nodes primarily interact with each other.



For quick transaction the client needs to keep connection with one main node and with several ordinary nodes. There's enough 2-10 connections for fast work.
If the transaction is committed by main node and by several ordinary nodes it is enough to fix the transaction by the entire network via priority communication of main nodes.

Thus, the client does not need to keep the simultaneous multiparty connection with all other network clients to sync transaction.

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November 30, 2014, 05:08:18 PM
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Due to numerous requests of Node community we have decided to reveal some secrets of network architecture and structure of queries and interactions before the end of the beta.

The main secret of transaction speed is in the structure of Node network which is designed according to the principle of functioning and interconnections of brain neural network.

All nodes in the system are peers similar to brain neurons.
Ordinary nodes serve as input neurons, the main nodes play the role of hidden neurons. Blockchain this output neuron.

*image*

Node network includes the main nodes and ordinary nodes.

Main node is a client running on the server via a key (start index.js -key: examplekey), ordinary node are the same clients running without a key.
Number of main nodes is mathematically unlimited.

Main node takes over 10,000 connections. If you run the client and first main node already has 10,000 connections than the client connects to the next main node.

Ordinary nodes are connected to the main node and with several other connected nodes through the main node. The main nodes primarily interact with each other.

*image*

For quick transaction the client needs to keep connection with one main node and with several ordinary nodes. There's enough 2-10 connections for fast work.
If the transaction is committed by main node and several ordinary nodes it is enough to fix the transaction by the entire network via priority communication of main nodes.

Thus, the client does not need to keep the simultaneous multiparty connection with all other network clients to sync transaction.



I'm glad someone that is able to speak proper english steps up and explains the infrastructure. I really don't mean to offend anyone but it was about time Smiley

This is completely different from what we were told though. On first glance this doesn't look fully decentralized. I'm not against distributed (as oppsosed to decentralized) networks as I'm also a supporter of the technology behind Ripple but this is just completely different from what has been presented so far (lord knows the whitepaper didn't mention any of this). I guess the language barrier is taking it's toll afterall.

Thanks for posting this !

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November 30, 2014, 05:18:30 PM
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wallet not syncing, any solutions?


block 4595 here.

If it gets stuck just close and reopen.

I ran the Linux version on a vps and no problem.

The problem is with windows 8.1 where once it verifies the blocks it doesn't go beyond the "Loading..." screen.
I tried restarting it and erasing nxtlt.db and nxtltTx.db along with replacing it with the one provided but it will still not load the new blocks.

I run into the same problem, which got solved by leaving the client on for a long time after deleting those files (with the "Loading..." screen visible)

I've left it on overnight and nothing.

I restart and it always restarts from block 3904 or if I erase the nxtlt.db and nxtltTx.db it never downloads the blocks, it just goes straight to "loading..." screen and stays there.
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November 30, 2014, 06:22:43 PM
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Due to numerous requests of Node community we have decided to reveal some secrets of network architecture and structure of queries and interactions before the end of the beta.

The main secret of transaction speed is in the structure of Node network which is designed according to the principle of functioning and interconnections of brain neural network.

All nodes in the system are peers similar to brain neurons.
Ordinary nodes serve as input neurons, the main nodes play the role of hidden neurons. Blockchain this output neuron.

*image*

Node network includes the main nodes and ordinary nodes.

Main node is a client running on the server via a key (start index.js -key: examplekey), ordinary node are the same clients running without a key.
Number of main nodes is mathematically unlimited.

Main node takes over 10,000 connections. If you run the client and first main node already has 10,000 connections than the client connects to the next main node.

Ordinary nodes are connected to the main node and with several other connected nodes through the main node. The main nodes primarily interact with each other.

*image*

For quick transaction the client needs to keep connection with one main node and with several ordinary nodes. There's enough 2-10 connections for fast work.
If the transaction is committed by main node and several ordinary nodes it is enough to fix the transaction by the entire network via priority communication of main nodes.

Thus, the client does not need to keep the simultaneous multiparty connection with all other network clients to sync transaction.



I'm glad someone that is able to speak proper english steps up and explains the infrastructure. I really don't mean to offend anyone but it was about time Smiley

This is completely different from what we were told though. On first glance this doesn't look fully decentralized. I'm not against distributed (as oppsosed to decentralized) networks as I'm also a supporter of the technology behind Ripple but this is just completely different from what has been presented so far (lord knows the whitepaper didn't mention any of this). I guess the language barrier is taking it's toll afterall.

Thanks for posting this !

I'd argue that it is less of a case of language barriers, and more of a case of "NEM bias" (AKA "looking out for my own bag itis") that pretty much everyone who comes to this thread screaming "scam", "centralized", "not scalable", etc is suffering from.

How exactly is this centralized? Did the devs say that the "main" nodes are only going to be run by them? Did the Node team incorporate themselves? Does the dev team hold 80% of the Nodes in existence?

Attempting to call Node another Ripple is nothing more than FUD.
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November 30, 2014, 06:27:47 PM
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EDIT: Was trying to install NodeCoin on Raspberry Pi but I have now found the link below and got it working!

Found this - https://github.com/nodepay/Docs/blob/master/Instructions.md

What version node.js did you install?  I read that you have to use a version with the "linux-arm-pi" in its name.  I'm looking on the http://nodejs.org/dist/ site.  The latest with the "linux-arm-pi" name is v0.10.28, but the github doc says it uses dependencies v0.10.29+ 

Or, do you know of a v0.10.29+ for linux-arm-pi located somewhere else?

Also, how much node have you been able to forge?
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