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December 30, 2015, 05:42:24 AM
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Hi Friends!

What you think about IOTA ? Is this really new technology or this is just nothing?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0

Thanks.

They are the only two Im invested in. I won't be here pushing a different coin on the NEM thread, but it is truly THE Bitcoin killer. It has REALLY finally come.

So if there is any way the NEM devs can think of a way to collaborate, this would be a wonderful idea.

Maybe use some of their tech, and hook them up with some of your connections?

Maybe not. IDK

But I really love you both.

Anyway, back to NEM

There isn't going to be just one, so my bets are on NEM making it very far regardless.

You will always have my support. I always knew Makoto would strike gold sooner or later, with all the meetings hes been going on for what seems like forever.

Now he found some gold in his pan, so you know what happens next in the story.  Smiley Wink
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December 30, 2015, 07:47:04 AM
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how come there is no node active atm ? is there a major update ? or what?

hmm, i have the same problem. i see nothing.



You can open your eyes and read the thread Smiley

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December 30, 2015, 08:03:08 AM
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Hi Friends!

What you think about IOTA ? Is this really new technology or this is just nothing?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0

Thanks.

They are the only two Im invested in. I won't be here pushing a different coin on the NEM thread, but it is truly THE Bitcoin killer. It has REALLY finally come.

So if there is any way the NEM devs can think of a way to collaborate, this would be a wonderful idea.

Maybe use some of their tech, and hook them up with some of your connections?

Maybe not. IDK

But I really love you both.

Anyway, back to NEM

There isn't going to be just one, so my bets are on NEM making it very far regardless.

You will always have my support. I always knew Makoto would strike gold sooner or later, with all the meetings hes been going on for what seems like forever.

Now he found some gold in his pan, so you know what happens next in the story.  Smiley Wink

As far as I remember IOTA stated literally in their first post that it isn't even supposed to be a competitor of BTC. It's directed at a completely different market, a market in which BTC doesn't stand a chance because of it's tech limits. So saying it's THE BTC killer is a tad ignorant imho. No offense.
It's certainly an interesting project though. 

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December 30, 2015, 08:58:14 AM
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Thank You very much for Your thoughts about IOTA!

Cheers and Good Luck for the NEM!!!

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December 31, 2015, 02:40:26 AM
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Seeing alot of articles and quotes regarding the Bank of England. They seem to show genuine interest in Blockchain technology.

http://cointelegraph.com/news/115391/bank-of-england-uk-should-ditch-fiat-for-digital-currencies

So, any plans to introduce NEM to them? Smiley
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December 31, 2015, 05:16:23 AM
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Hi Friends!

What you think about IOTA ? Is this really new technology or this is just nothing?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0

Thanks.

They are the only two Im invested in. I won't be here pushing a different coin on the NEM thread, but it is truly THE Bitcoin killer. It has REALLY finally come.

So if there is any way the NEM devs can think of a way to collaborate, this would be a wonderful idea.

Maybe use some of their tech, and hook them up with some of your connections?

Maybe not. IDK

But I really love you both.

Anyway, back to NEM

There isn't going to be just one, so my bets are on NEM making it very far regardless.

You will always have my support. I always knew Makoto would strike gold sooner or later, with all the meetings hes been going on for what seems like forever.

Now he found some gold in his pan, so you know what happens next in the story.  Smiley Wink

As far as I remember IOTA stated literally in their first post that it isn't even supposed to be a competitor of BTC. It's directed at a completely different market, a market in which BTC doesn't stand a chance because of it's tech limits. So saying it's THE BTC killer is a tad ignorant imho. No offense.
It's certainly an interesting project though. 

You may not agree with my statement, but it doesn't classify as ignorant, no offense taken.

You will find IoT isn't the only thing they're after if you dig a bit deeper.

But regardless I highly appreciate you opinion. Some around here still matter Wink
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December 31, 2015, 11:01:34 AM
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Hi Friends!

What you think about IOTA ? Is this really new technology or this is just nothing?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0

Thanks.

They are the only two Im invested in. I won't be here pushing a different coin on the NEM thread, but it is truly THE Bitcoin killer. It has REALLY finally come.

So if there is any way the NEM devs can think of a way to collaborate, this would be a wonderful idea.

Maybe use some of their tech, and hook them up with some of your connections?

Maybe not. IDK

But I really love you both.

Anyway, back to NEM

There isn't going to be just one, so my bets are on NEM making it very far regardless.

You will always have my support. I always knew Makoto would strike gold sooner or later, with all the meetings hes been going on for what seems like forever.

Now he found some gold in his pan, so you know what happens next in the story.  Smiley Wink

As far as I remember IOTA stated literally in their first post that it isn't even supposed to be a competitor of BTC. It's directed at a completely different market, a market in which BTC doesn't stand a chance because of it's tech limits. So saying it's THE BTC killer is a tad ignorant imho. No offense.
It's certainly an interesting project though. 

You may not agree with my statement, but it doesn't classify as ignorant, no offense taken.

You will find IoT isn't the only thing they're after if you dig a bit deeper.

But regardless I highly appreciate you opinion. Some around here still matter Wink
found interesting ideas are quite interesting and which further need for research on crypto and especially such a subject as the safety and security of personal data, but it is known that the iota can be a membrane, able to bind all crypto among themselves, not to think that competitor, but the addition is quite necessary , though
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December 31, 2015, 01:35:18 PM
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What are the next steps in 2016 for the NEM-software?  Smiley
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December 31, 2015, 01:37:43 PM
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What are the next steps in 2016 for the NEM-software?  Smiley

Unless it happens today the very next steps will probably be the release of namespaces and mosaics to the mainnet

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December 31, 2015, 02:03:04 PM
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And the release of the mobile app.

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December 31, 2015, 04:23:45 PM
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Could you say anything about when version 0.7 will be released? We are over a year now on version 0.6.x. Time for a significant progress.

What are the next steps in 2016 for the NEM-software?  Smiley

Unless it happens today the very next steps will probably be the release of namespaces and mosaics to the mainnet

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December 31, 2015, 09:53:45 PM
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Does anyone know why my Delegated harvesting stopped in November? I never stopped it, but the server i was connected to said it was full when i tried to connect to it again. I had never disconnected from the node, so unlsee the server went down at some point and someone else took my spot, i have no idea why.

Anyway i changed the host to 144.76.38.5 and it still has not harvested a single block all week.

I dont have to stop delegated harvesting every time i want to change a node do i? Im pretty sure ive never had to in the past.

TIA

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January 01, 2016, 08:42:45 AM
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Does anyone know why my Delegated harvesting stopped in November? I never stopped it, but the server i was connected to said it was full when i tried to connect to it again. I had never disconnected from the node, so unlsee the server went down at some point and someone else took my spot, i have no idea why.

Anyway i changed the host to 144.76.38.5 and it still has not harvested a single block all week.

I dont have to stop delegated harvesting every time i want to change a node do i? Im pretty sure ive never had to in the past.

TIA

Server stopped and restarted, you stop harvesting, unless you automate it. If you used someone else, they can kick you out. Run your own server and automate it to harvest.

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January 01, 2016, 09:02:48 AM
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Does anyone know why my Delegated harvesting stopped in November? I never stopped it, but the server i was connected to said it was full when i tried to connect to it again. I had never disconnected from the node, so unlsee the server went down at some point and someone else took my spot, i have no idea why.

Anyway i changed the host to 144.76.38.5 and it still has not harvested a single block all week.

I dont have to stop delegated harvesting every time i want to change a node do i? Im pretty sure ive never had to in the past.

TIA

Server stopped and restarted, you stop harvesting, unless you automate it. If you used someone else, they can kick you out. Run your own server and automate it to harvest.

Yeah, I'm suprised there aren't more people complaining about this. You can't rely on servers not run by you. If you wanna make sure you are alway harvesting you have to run your own node.

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January 01, 2016, 09:13:54 AM
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Does anyone know why my Delegated harvesting stopped in November? I never stopped it, but the server i was connected to said it was full when i tried to connect to it again. I had never disconnected from the node, so unlsee the server went down at some point and someone else took my spot, i have no idea why.

Anyway i changed the host to 144.76.38.5 and it still has not harvested a single block all week.

I dont have to stop delegated harvesting every time i want to change a node do i? Im pretty sure ive never had to in the past.

TIA

Server stopped and restarted, you stop harvesting, unless you automate it. If you used someone else, they can kick you out. Run your own server and automate it to harvest.

Yeah, I'm suprised there aren't more people complaining about this. You can't rely on servers not run by you. If you wanna make sure you are alway harvesting you have to run your own node.

Yeah im aware of that, but why cant i harvest from the new node ive connected to?

I will start a node myself once i get a raspberry Pi set up.

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January 01, 2016, 09:24:08 AM
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Does anyone know why my Delegated harvesting stopped in November? I never stopped it, but the server i was connected to said it was full when i tried to connect to it again. I had never disconnected from the node, so unlsee the server went down at some point and someone else took my spot, i have no idea why.

Anyway i changed the host to 144.76.38.5 and it still has not harvested a single block all week.

I dont have to stop delegated harvesting every time i want to change a node do i? Im pretty sure ive never had to in the past.

TIA

Server stopped and restarted, you stop harvesting, unless you automate it. If you used someone else, they can kick you out. Run your own server and automate it to harvest.

Yeah, I'm suprised there aren't more people complaining about this. You can't rely on servers not run by you. If you wanna make sure you are alway harvesting you have to run your own node.

Yeah im aware of that, but why cant i harvest from the new node ive connected to?

I will start a node myself once i get a raspberry Pi set up.

Well appearantly it's full now. Maybe the node operator decided to not have other people harvest on it anymore.

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January 01, 2016, 10:58:02 AM
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Does anyone know why my Delegated harvesting stopped in November? I never stopped it, but the server i was connected to said it was full when i tried to connect to it again. I had never disconnected from the node, so unlsee the server went down at some point and someone else took my spot, i have no idea why.

Anyway i changed the host to 144.76.38.5 and it still has not harvested a single block all week.

I dont have to stop delegated harvesting every time i want to change a node do i? Im pretty sure ive never had to in the past.

TIA

Server stopped and restarted, you stop harvesting, unless you automate it. If you used someone else, they can kick you out. Run your own server and automate it to harvest.

Yeah, I'm suprised there aren't more people complaining about this. You can't rely on servers not run by you. If you wanna make sure you are alway harvesting you have to run your own node.

Yeah im aware of that, but why cant i harvest from the new node ive connected to?

I will start a node myself once i get a raspberry Pi set up.

Well appearantly it's full now. Maybe the node operator decided to not have other people harvest on it anymore.

OK, ill look for another one, its not telling me its full, is there any way to tell if a node is full or not? As its all guesswork it seems.

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January 01, 2016, 11:03:25 AM
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NEM 0.6.72 is live on mainnet!

The release includes namespaces, mosaics, and a new lightwallet that runs in javascript in your local browser! Over a year of design and implementation went into this ninja release!

https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-beta-0-6-72/1706/1

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January 01, 2016, 11:06:55 AM
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NEM 0.6.72 is live on mainnet!

The release includes namespaces, mosaics, and a new lightwallet that runs in javascript in your local browser! Over a year of design and implementation went into this ninja release!

https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-beta-0-6-72/1706/1

Just saw the update when starting NCC, am installing as i speak. Thanks Makoto!

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January 01, 2016, 11:59:28 AM
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one word


Fantastic !!!!!!!!

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