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January 19, 2016, 06:37:02 AM
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nem.io is unfortunately still flagged in Chrome, though.

this is a pretty big problem.  we need to try to get this resolved asap.  anyone who has not already done the whitelist report with google please do so asap.   for nem.io

ironically it hasnt caused the price to drop! lol

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January 19, 2016, 07:32:11 AM
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nem.io is unfortunately still flagged in Chrome, though.

this is a pretty big problem.  we need to try to get this resolved asap.  anyone who has not already done the whitelist report with google please do so asap.   for nem.io

I should say so:

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Reported Unwanted Software Page!

This web page at nem.io has been reported to contain unwanted software and has been blocked based on your security preferences.

Unwanted software pages try to install software that can be deceptive and affect your system in unexpected ways.


Why has this happened?

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January 19, 2016, 07:37:23 AM
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nem.io is unfortunately still flagged in Chrome, though.

this is a pretty big problem.  we need to try to get this resolved asap.  anyone who has not already done the whitelist report with google please do so asap.   for nem.io

I should say so:

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Reported Unwanted Software Page!

This web page at nem.io has been reported to contain unwanted software and has been blocked based on your security preferences.

Unwanted software pages try to install software that can be deceptive and affect your system in unexpected ways.


Why has this happened?

Google is throwing false positives for something that is hosted on download.nem.io which has spread to all of nem.io (the alert, not the hosted file).
People are on it. Google is slow with these things. The only thing Google processes fast is DMCA take downs performed by big companies Tongue

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January 19, 2016, 07:46:58 AM
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nem.io is unfortunately still flagged in Chrome, though.

this is a pretty big problem.  we need to try to get this resolved asap.  anyone who has not already done the whitelist report with google please do so asap.   for nem.io

I should say so:

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Reported Unwanted Software Page!

This web page at nem.io has been reported to contain unwanted software and has been blocked based on your security preferences.

Unwanted software pages try to install software that can be deceptive and affect your system in unexpected ways.


Why has this happened?

Google is throwing false positives for something that is hosted on download.nem.io which has spread to all of nem.io (the alert, not the hosted file).
People are on it. Google is slow with these things. The only thing Google processes fast is DMCA take downs performed by big companies Tongue


Thanks for the quick reply. I was being lazy and about to edit my post with a similar reply from two pages back.

Do we know which file(s) have triggered this?
And can we be 100% certain this is a false positive, and not the result of a hack?


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January 19, 2016, 07:53:24 AM
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nem.io is unfortunately still flagged in Chrome, though.

this is a pretty big problem.  we need to try to get this resolved asap.  anyone who has not already done the whitelist report with google please do so asap.   for nem.io

I should say so:

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Reported Unwanted Software Page!

This web page at nem.io has been reported to contain unwanted software and has been blocked based on your security preferences.

Unwanted software pages try to install software that can be deceptive and affect your system in unexpected ways.


Why has this happened?

Google is throwing false positives for something that is hosted on download.nem.io which has spread to all of nem.io (the alert, not the hosted file).
People are on it. Google is slow with these things. The only thing Google processes fast is DMCA take downs performed by big companies Tongue


Thanks for the quick reply. I was being lazy and about to edit my post with a similar reply from two pages back.

Do we know which file(s) have triggered this?
And can we be 100% certain this is a false positive, and not the result of a hack?



I trust gimre when he says it's a false positive. I'm sure he had the signatures for all the files stored localy and checked them.
It started when the lighwallet was hosted on download.nem.io and then spread across the entire domain.

I just heared that Google has already responded so problem will hopefully be fixed soon enough.

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January 19, 2016, 08:14:53 AM
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Just a friendly warning to all newcomers and reminder for the seniors out here:

Don't trust any exchange with your XEM, they're much safer in a wallet!


Remember Mt Gox, mintpal, cryptsy (http://blog.cryptsy.com/) , just to name a few...

Setting up a lightwallet literally only takes two minutes!


Make sure you backup your private key somewhere safe!

Remember, as long as you have your private key you will be able to gain access to your account. (Obviously if you can anyone else can so keep it safe ! )

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January 19, 2016, 08:24:49 AM
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Just a friendly warning to all newcomers and reminder for the seniors out here:

Don't trust any exchange with your XEM, they're much safer in a wallet!


Remember Mt Gox, mintpal, cryptsy (http://blog.cryptsy.com/) , just to name a few...

Setting up a lightwallet literally only takes two minutes!


Make sure you backup your private key somewhere safe!

Remember, as long as you have your private key you will be able to gain access to your account. (Obviously if you can anyone else can so keep it safe ! )


This. So much!

It's absurd how many XEM are on Poloniex.
I'm not saying there is any evidence but Polo could be the next, Gox, Bter, cryptsy.

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January 19, 2016, 08:44:52 AM
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Ive just bought a Pine64 computer through kickstarter.
http://pine64.com/

This should be more powerful than a raspberry pi, and will be great to run a XEM node!

The issue is the RAM.

Ideally you need about 2GB. I've yet to see a PI that meets this requirements.


I've currently ran NIS on my PI successfully without too many hiccups, but the limiting factor is the RAM and i expect, as the blockchain grows, this will very quickly make my PI obsolete as it'll exhaust that 1GB quickly.



This is NOT a raspberry pi !
Ive just bought the 2GB model! Grin

I didnt think RAM was that big an issue anyway, since NIS on my PC does not consume anywhere near that much RAM, i didnt think it even needed to load the whole blockchain into memory does it?

Interesting! So you can't really use this for, let's say, staking 10 and more coins? (like NEM, NXT and a bunch of other bitcoin based altcoins...)

A cheap and low-power solution for staking would be great.
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January 19, 2016, 08:57:18 AM
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NEM is approaching the market cap of NXT quickly whereas we haven't even really started yet and NXT has been functional for a couple of years. I think this says a lot about the potential of NEM, I d like to see a market cap in the range of 100 billion - 1 trillion in the long run.  Cool

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Last edit: January 19, 2016, 09:54:10 AM by child_harold
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So whats the elevator-pitch for NEM/XEM?

EDIT: Now listening to https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/lets-talk-bitcoin-247-understanding-the-new-economy-movement


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January 19, 2016, 10:26:14 AM
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Happy 2 Year NEMiversary! Smiley

We've all come a really long way  Cool

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January 19, 2016, 10:48:56 AM
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Happy 2 Year NEMiversary! Smiley

We've all come a really long way  Cool

great progress

cant wait 01/2018.... to see 4year progress (x0000 sat/xem)

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January 19, 2016, 11:36:30 AM
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Happy 2 Year NEMiversary! Smiley

We've all come a really long way  Cool
Dev Team have done a good job!
Thanks a lot.
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January 19, 2016, 01:43:01 PM
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Happy 2 Year NEMiversary! Smiley

We've all come a really long way  Cool

In my opinion NEM had a great start, now the fundamentals are solid, time to build an online world economy  Wink Happy NEMiversary indeed  Smiley market cap approaching 4 million already and we haven't even really started yet  Smiley

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January 19, 2016, 02:04:44 PM
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@makoto, @ all

Paleontologists are looking for the "missing link" ape -human.
I miss the link between "mijin" and "Xem".
As far as I can see, the use of "mijin" is not free of charge.

Is it possible to base the mijin fee system on XEM as cryptocurrency/accounting unit?

May be, this could be the requested "pitch".

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January 19, 2016, 02:08:07 PM
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@makoto, @ all

Paleontologists are looking for the "missing link" ape -human.
I miss the link between "mijin" and "Xem".
As far as I can see, the use of "mijin" is not free of charge.

Is it possible to base the mijin fee system on XEM as cryptocurrency/accounting unit?

May be, this could be the requested "pitch".

There is - afaik - no technical, phsyical link between NEM and mijin.
Right now people see 3 links.

When talking about mijin usually people also talk about NEM (articles and stuff)
If a company can't afford mijin they can use NEM since the API is exactly the same.
Both platforms profit from each other's developments. I.e. code optimizations will benefit both projects where applicable.

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January 19, 2016, 02:12:45 PM
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Just a friendly warning to all newcomers and reminder for the seniors out here:

Don't trust any exchange with your XEM, they're much safer in a wallet!


Remember Mt Gox, mintpal, cryptsy (http://blog.cryptsy.com/) , just to name a few...

Setting up a lightwallet literally only takes two minutes!


Make sure you backup your private key somewhere safe!

Remember, as long as you have your private key you will be able to gain access to your account. (Obviously if you can anyone else can so keep it safe ! )



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January 19, 2016, 02:25:39 PM
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Any idea on what price we might be looking at when zaif starts trading?

500-600 sats would be my guess. I mean we all want to see 5000+ sats.

500 -600???  is that not a little bit to high??

of course it is. people get a little to optimistic sometimes.

Still think my prediction is too high?

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January 19, 2016, 02:35:27 PM
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Any idea on what price we might be looking at when zaif starts trading?

500-600 sats would be my guess. I mean we all want to see 5000+ sats.

500 -600???  is that not a little bit to high??

of course it is. people get a little to optimistic sometimes.

Still think my prediction is too high?

Yes. Are you buying all those XEMs up just to prove me wrong ?  Grin

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January 19, 2016, 03:17:10 PM
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NEM is approaching the market cap of NXT quickly whereas we haven't even really started yet and NXT has been functional for a couple of years. I think this says a lot about the potential of NEM, I d like to see a market cap in the range of 100 billion - 1 trillion in the long run.  Cool

NXT somewhat shows that it doesn't matter how many features you have, as it is loaded with features.  Without real world use/adoption the ecosystem won't grow.

@makoto, @ all

Paleontologists are looking for the "missing link" ape -human.
I miss the link between "mijin" and "Xem".
As far as I can see, the use of "mijin" is not free of charge.

Is it possible to base the mijin fee system on XEM as cryptocurrency/accounting unit?

May be, this could be the requested "pitch".

Some people have been complaining about Mijin, but look what exposure it has given NEM and the price increase in XEM. 

I posted this snippet of a venture capitalist talking about public/private chains and he basically gives the strategy of NEM/Mijin.
(He believes there will be a constellation of chains, and the public chain that will be used will default to Bitcoin)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9CjWz2N5Hs&feature=youtu.be&t=58m22s

You cant expect a huge company to incorporate a public/permissionless blockchain into their business.  But many companies are willing
to experiment with a private/permissioned blockchain.  We see that interest in Mijin with over 160 companies signing up for their Beta test.

The more companies that sign up and use Mijin, the more they will have the opportunity to use the public chain of NEM.

Bottom line is no one how this will pan out, but this strategy seems to be a wise path...

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