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January 03, 2016, 10:39:25 AM
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

As mentioned, lightwallet does all the signing inside the browser, however you should only use lightwallet on node YOU OWN, or node YOU TRUST. The reason is one could create EVIL lightwallet, that would steal your keys, or serve totally FAKE lightwallet

We WILL provide a way to start lightwallet locally and connect to a selected node (similar like in ncc)

(If you trust us, you're free to check it on yakuza and alices nodes, those are nodes we control - san, go, hachi, jusan, nijuichi, alice2-alice7  .nem.ninja)

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January 03, 2016, 07:59:54 PM
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NEW VERSION NO WORK!!!!

""NIS needs to be booted. Please open your wallet and boot a local node via the popup dialog or configure the auto-boot setting. (at block 389973)""

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January 04, 2016, 02:51:38 AM
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Hoping to hear some good news soon

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January 04, 2016, 03:33:11 AM
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slowly but surely...chugging along..... t00t t00t...all aboard!!!

To the Moon XEM !!!!!!!!!!!
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January 04, 2016, 04:05:23 AM
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Hoping to hear some good news soon

If you can read Japanese, Google translate is horrible ... Smiley
http://www.okwave.co.jp/news/press_log/2016/0104.html
http://itpro.nikkeibp.co.jp/atcl/news/15/010304207/?

Another Mijin partnership with okwave.jp, huge web portal.

Seems okwave is testing the blockchain for login authentication.

If someone who reads japanese can sum up those press releases would be nice.

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January 04, 2016, 09:16:37 AM
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NEW VERSION NO WORK!!!!

""NIS needs to be booted. Please open your wallet and boot a local node via the popup dialog or configure the auto-boot setting. (at block 389973)""
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January 04, 2016, 10:30:40 AM
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No Problem Smiley

I first thought "hmm how to get the new generated private Key from the lightwallet" ...
But the Key is the Brainwallet Password - good to know Cheesy
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January 04, 2016, 12:46:40 PM
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Hi, just installed thin new version. Can somebody explain what this mean

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January 04, 2016, 12:53:39 PM
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@DenisZabar: it means you own 3969.956865 xem (the xem you own is equivalent to the nem.xem mosaic)

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January 04, 2016, 01:11:23 PM
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No Problem Smiley

I first thought "hmm how to get the new generated private Key from the lightwallet" ...
But the Key is the Brainwallet Password - good to know Cheesy

Here are a few of the ninja nodes supported by devs.  

http://san.ninja:7777/ - San - Canada
http://hachi.nem.ninja:7777/ - Hachi - Canada
http://nijuichi.nem.ninja:7777/ - Nijuichi - France
http://jusan.nem.ninja:7777/ - Jusan – France
http://go.nem.ninja:7777/ - Go - France


I consider this the first ever decentralized lightwallet/webwallet in that you can now transact on so many different NIS!  Congrats to the devs.  

The brainwallet (or private key wallet) can be recreated on any any of these webpages.   Your information connected to each of these will only be stored on your machine locally as well as all transactions will be prepared and signed locally.  You only need trust that these servers are running proper versions of NEM that haven't been tampered with.  

If you are connecting to one of these servers and it goes down or isn't supported, then you can use the passphrase to get into that account on a different server no problem.  

But it should be clear that the passphrase isn't your private key, it is a deterministic seed from which your private key is created and can be recreated.  

This is version one of the Lightwallet so it is still being developed to look better and work with more functionality.  It is very excited to see these most core functions enabled and working though!  

Congrats to Gimre for working so hard on this and making it work.

  


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January 04, 2016, 02:01:28 PM
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No Problem Smiley

I first thought "hmm how to get the new generated private Key from the lightwallet" ...
But the Key is the Brainwallet Password - good to know Cheesy

Here are a few of the ninja nodes supported by devs.  

http://san.ninja:7777/ - San - Canada
http://hachi.nem.ninja:7777/ - Hachi - Canada
http://nijuichi.nem.ninja:7777/ - Nijuichi - France
http://jusan.nem.ninja:7777/ - Jusan – France
http://go.nem.ninja:7777/ - Go - France


I consider this the first ever decentralized lightwallet/webwallet in that you can now transact on so many different NIS!  Congrats to the devs.  

The brainwallet (or private key wallet) can be recreated on any any of these webpages.   Your information connected to each of these will only be stored on your machine locally as well as all transactions will be prepared and signed locally.  You only need trust that these servers are running proper versions of NEM that haven't been tampered with.  

If you are connecting to one of these servers and it goes down or isn't supported, then you can use the passphrase to get into that account on a different server no problem.  

But it should be clear that the passphrase isn't your private key, it is a deterministic seed from which your private key is created and can be recreated.  

This is version one of the Lightwallet so it is still being developed to look better and work with more functionality.  It is very excited to see these most core functions enabled and working though!  

Congrats to Gimre for working so hard on this and making it work.

  



here I am experimenting with ligthwallet, all work fine - all functions are available in full and is not observed any failures, but there has been no new translations
I have a few questions for security - was taken an account that is already stored coins when creating lightwallet requested privat key, password from the main account and the name will this or can this information in a secure store and you will not get if especially with regards to the privat key? now with regards to the proposed nodes , but also provided in a further node not a developer?
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January 04, 2016, 02:11:18 PM
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here I am experimenting with ligthwallet, all work fine - all functions are available in full and is not observed any failures, but there has been no new translations
I have a few questions for security - was taken an account that is already stored coins when creating lightwallet requested privat key, password from the main account and the name will this or can this information in a secure store and you will not get if especially with regards to the privat key? now with regards to the proposed nodes , but also provided in a further node not a developer?
thank you


I'm sorry but noone will be able to decipher this. Please use google translate.

I think the last part is about wether there will be nodes that aren't by developers ?
The answer is yes. Any NIS serves the lightwallet. However people could adapt the code of the lightwallet in order to steal your info so you should only use a NIS that you trust.

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January 04, 2016, 05:58:23 PM
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Hello friends,

I presently have the windows 0.6.43-BETA version wallet for XEM and would like to upgrade to the current release.
Please advise.

Thank you.
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January 04, 2016, 06:34:15 PM
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another deal was signed

Not sure exactly what it was, but it looks interesting.

http://jp.cointelegraph.com/news/115964/lock-on-and-tech-bureau-application-of-block-chain-technology-start-the-demonstration-experiment-of-the-ec-for-orders-enginejp

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January 04, 2016, 06:39:00 PM
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Hello friends,

I presently have the windows 0.6.43-BETA version wallet for XEM and would like to upgrade to the current release.
Please advise.

Thank you.

Always make sure you have your private key(s) backed up.  I suggest at least a paper copy and some kind of digital form.  Having a back up of your wallet is nice too.

There seems to be lots of problems for some people here and there upgrading, but lots of people upgrade without any problems.  

So in theory you should be okay, when upgrading, just get the new version from http://nem.io/install.html and install.  If you have problems opening your wallet, you can look at these tutorials.  http://blog.nem.io/nem-tutorial-list/  The ones under the Misc section are good for trouble shooting.

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January 04, 2016, 06:41:14 PM
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Hi, just installed thin new version. Can somebody explain what this mean

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January 04, 2016, 06:45:35 PM
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here I am experimenting with ligthwallet, all work fine - all functions are available in full and is not observed any failures, but there has been no new translations
I have a few questions for security - was taken an account that is already stored coins when creating lightwallet requested privat key, password from the main account and the name will this or can this information in a secure store and you will not get if especially with regards to the privat key? now with regards to the proposed nodes , but also provided in a further node not a developer?
thank you


NEM devs are always concerned about security.  NEM has many security features that no other chain has.  In fact the Lightwallet itself is a security feature.  NEM has two-tiered architecture designed in it from day 1 that this is taking advantage of.  Cheesy

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January 04, 2016, 09:44:15 PM
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here I am experimenting with ligthwallet, all work fine - all functions are available in full and is not observed any failures, but there has been no new translations
I have a few questions for security - was taken an account that is already stored coins when creating lightwallet requested privat key, password from the main account and the name will this or can this information in a secure store and you will not get if especially with regards to the privat key? now with regards to the proposed nodes , but also provided in a further node not a developer?
thank you


NEM devs are always concerned about security.  NEM has many security features that no other chain has.  In fact the Lightwallet itself is a security feature.  NEM has two-tiered architecture designed in it from day 1 that this is taking advantage of.  Cheesy
thanks, correctly realizing and making the conclusion - the password privat key remain on the computer, but not uploaded to the server, thanks again
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January 04, 2016, 09:57:17 PM
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Is anyone getting error 306 when logging into NCC?

Doesnt seem to affect anything, but it pops up every time i login.

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January 05, 2016, 02:18:52 AM
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Hoping to hear some good news soon

If you can read Japanese, Google translate is horrible ... Smiley
http://www.okwave.co.jp/news/press_log/2016/0104.html
http://itpro.nikkeibp.co.jp/atcl/news/15/010304207/?

Another Mijin partnership with okwave.jp, huge web portal.

Seems okwave is testing the blockchain for login authentication.

If someone who reads japanese can sum up those press releases would be nice.


Yes, OKwave is really a huge company here.

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