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July 17, 2014, 01:57:34 PM
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is my balance of 30k FIMK to low for forging?
Forging for days now and no income
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July 17, 2014, 02:04:10 PM
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is my balance of 30k FIMK to low for forging?
Forging for days now and no income

I have 20x that amount, and forge maybe 5 blocks a day... so if you're as lucky (or unlucky, no idea) as I am, you should forge a block every 4-5 days on average.
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July 17, 2014, 02:08:10 PM
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im very sad i missed that Genesis block stakeholder funding at 1. july!

Very sad Sad

so lets wait and see if there will be some coins forged SmileySmileySmileySmiley
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July 17, 2014, 03:12:36 PM
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i sell 300 k for 3 BTC oder für Hermann für 1200 Euronen  Wink
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July 17, 2014, 06:57:58 PM
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Since there is no active exchange at the moment, I would be willing to sell small amounts of FIM to any newbies who want to get started.

PM me for details.  Small trades only.

EDIT:  price would be 0.00000325, which was the last trade at DGEX

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July 17, 2014, 06:59:55 PM
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Since there is no active exchange at the moment, I would be willing to sell small amounts of FIM to any newbies who want to get started.

PM me for details.  Small trades only.

Is there a faucet somewhere people can donate to?
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July 17, 2014, 07:04:05 PM
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New to FIMK. If wishing to Forge from Web Wallet, you are informed that your secret phrase will be sent to Web Server? Concerning? Thanks for the help
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July 17, 2014, 07:04:26 PM
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FIMKrypto reviewed on Coins Source

http://www.coinssource.com/crypto-coins/fimkrypto/

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July 17, 2014, 07:05:32 PM
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New to FIMK. If wishing to Forge from Web Wallet, you are informed that your secret phrase will be sent to Web Server? Concerning? Thanks for the help
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When you say "web" wallet, you mean you aren't running the FIM server locally? That's the safest way to do it. Also, a wallet you don't control could go down or get reset and you think it's forging and it's not.
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July 17, 2014, 07:43:12 PM
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FIMKrypto reviewed on Coins Source

http://www.coinssource.com/crypto-coins/fimkrypto/

FUD

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July 17, 2014, 07:45:55 PM
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Yep, just utter crap.

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July 17, 2014, 07:58:52 PM
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New to FIMK. If wishing to Forge from Web Wallet, you are informed that your secret phrase will be sent to Web Server? Concerning? Thanks for the help
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You are safer to forge from the Downloadable Browser Wallet (password stays on your computer only)
http://fimk.fi/en/wallet.htm

Plus, the FIMK devs will occasionally restart the web wallet and any logged-in accounts will stop forging.

Thanks for the help. I have downloaded Java on my computer. I read you must have Java to run Browser Wallet.
Should I be extracting the "Run" Windows batch File from the Downloaded Zip file, This loads me into FIM NRS command screen?
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July 17, 2014, 08:04:13 PM
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There should be a readme.txt ...

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July 17, 2014, 08:38:36 PM
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Thanks for the help. I have downloaded Java on my computer. I read you must have Java to run Browser Wallet.
Should I be extracting the "Run" Windows batch File from the Downloaded Zip file, This loads me into FIM NRS command screen?

Unzip the whole package, then run the run batch file.  Should see some startup text in a console window.  (not entirely sure, I don't personally use Windows).  Once java process has started successfully, can access the local wallet in a browser at http://localhost:7886


Unzipped complete file. "Run" batch file..
Opened up into command screen. Last line reads:
"FIM Server 0.2.2 started successfully"

Do I need to enter command.

Regret my troubles and appreciate all the help.
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July 17, 2014, 08:42:35 PM
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Thanks for the help. I have downloaded Java on my computer. I read you must have Java to run Browser Wallet.
Should I be extracting the "Run" Windows batch File from the Downloaded Zip file, This loads me into FIM NRS command screen?


its pretty simple on windows.  here are the steps:

1) download the latest wallet from https://github.com/fimkrypto/fimk/releases

2) when the download is complete, extract the zip file - you will then have a folder called "fim-0.2.2"

3) open the folder and double click on the file called "run" (it may show as "run" or "run.bat")

4) a java window will open and execute.  wait a few moments until you see it say "FIM server started successfully."  leave this java process open and running.

5) open a browser and go to address: "localhost:7886"

6) log in with your passphrase and you should be good to go.  remember you will have to wait for the blockchain to download before your wallet shows accurate data

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July 17, 2014, 08:57:27 PM
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Thanks for the help. I have downloaded Java on my computer. I read you must have Java to run Browser Wallet.
Should I be extracting the "Run" Windows batch File from the Downloaded Zip file, This loads me into FIM NRS command screen?


its pretty simple on windows.  here are the steps:

1) download the latest wallet from https://github.com/fimkrypto/fimk/releases

2) when the download is complete, extract the zip file - you will then have a folder called "fim-0.2.2"

3) open the folder and double click on the file called "run" (it may show as "run" or "run.bat")

4) a java window will open and execute.  wait a few moments until you see it say "FIM server started successfully."  leave this java process open and running.

5) open a browser and go to address: "localhost:7886"

6) log in with your passphrase and you should be good to go.  remember you will have to wait for the blockchain to download before your wallet shows accurate data

Thanks everyone. Great community. Up and running with Browser Wallet.
Do I need to keep Java window open or may I close out Java window?
Thanks again. Regards to all.
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July 17, 2014, 09:16:07 PM
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Thanks everyone. Great community. Up and running with Browser Wallet.
Do I need to keep Java window open or may I close out Java window?
Thanks again. Regards to all.

keep java window open. 

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July 17, 2014, 09:22:56 PM
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Thanks for the help. I have downloaded Java on my computer. I read you must have Java to run Browser Wallet.
Should I be extracting the "Run" Windows batch File from the Downloaded Zip file, This loads me into FIM NRS command screen?


its pretty simple on windows.  here are the steps:

1) download the latest wallet from https://github.com/fimkrypto/fimk/releases

2) when the download is complete, extract the zip file - you will then have a folder called "fim-0.2.2"

3) open the folder and double click on the file called "run" (it may show as "run" or "run.bat")

4) a java window will open and execute.  wait a few moments until you see it say "FIM server started successfully."  leave this java process open and running.

5) open a browser and go to address: "localhost:7886"

6) log in with your passphrase and you should be good to go.  remember you will have to wait for the blockchain to download before your wallet shows accurate data

Thanks everyone. Great community. Up and running with Browser Wallet.
Do I need to keep Java window open or may I close out Java window?
Thanks again. Regards to all.

If you close the java console the server will stop and you won't be forging.

So, yes, you need to keep the java window open. Just minimize it and you should be good to go.

You can also make this a service with srv any, so it will auto start and run in the background so you won't see the java window.
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July 17, 2014, 10:01:13 PM
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Whoa that's the worst case of disinfo I have seen for a while. The author must be seriously disillusioned at the least.

I especially wonder about these parts:

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FIMKrypto offers no new innovations, and is a one-to-one clone of Nxt

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Due to the developers neglectance to market FIMKrypto further, the coin ultimately suffers with a dwindling community support, and eventually, a possible death is near.

I bet he didn't even hear about Kryptoradio or Basic Income with strong authentication capabilities offered by registered public nonprofit organization that is growing its membership regularly.

If we weren't aware of the inbred ignorance plaguing certain people, that would seem somewhat like an orchestrated attempt to discredit FIMK for a reason or another.

         
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July 18, 2014, 02:02:49 AM
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Yeah poor "journalism"  Roll Eyes

Which makes me think of efficient pr. It has to be as good as it gets. I know it is all in early stage still and maybe devs have been planning it somehow. But it would be crucial for greater success to have professional marketing. I would definitely get an advertising agency (professional and fresh) onboard with few btw from ipo. Even better, make them genuinely involved by giving them some fimk from development fund so they would stick in for the long run. And why not do that with two or three agencies and pick the one you like after first results or make them collaborate. But this kind of project would definitely need way more than a guy or two who can do some graphics and build a website. There is so much more to it.

Think out of the box, aim high, get a professional outsider point of view on the overall image with website and all.

I know how it feels to be the father of an idea and having the urge to control everything about it. I'm a designer myself, not advertising but different kind of stuff. Anyhow in the end if your vision of the project is strong enough (as it seems to be in FIMK) that vision will be the heart and framework of the project and you will only benefit if you let outside professionals tamper with things Wink

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