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April 01, 2016, 05:50:32 PM
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April 01, 2016, 06:07:05 PM
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   and.....who was the only one who fell for it ? ..........lol.......

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April 01, 2016, 09:31:07 PM
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Can I set up a local node when I buy a Raspberry Pi?

Depends on the exact model but i think some people are running nodes on a Pi yes.

I Hope my Pine64 can do it!

The PLUS is prob worth a shot. The BASIC i think would have a hard time with only 512MB memory.

Is there a tutorial somewhere for RasbPi's?

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April 01, 2016, 10:07:14 PM
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So Xem is mid/long term investment ?

Absolutely.

Definitely. It's a long-term HODL.






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April 01, 2016, 10:13:25 PM
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So Xem is mid/long term investment ?

Absolutely.

Definitely. It's a long-term HODL.

I see you are on the waves bandwagon. Just heard of it today. I need to research it more before commiting to a investment though
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April 01, 2016, 10:19:10 PM
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So Xem is mid/long term investment ?

YES, expect price to have several more runs this year as well ...

2016 is the year of Blockchain Tech!

NEM   NanoWallet   SuperNodes   Apostille   Landstead   Catapult   Mijin
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April 01, 2016, 10:44:59 PM
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So Xem is mid/long term investment ?

Absolutely.

Definitely. It's a long-term HODL.

I see you are on the waves bandwagon. Just heard of it today. I need to research it more before commiting to a investment though

That's a really good idea. Before I invested a few hundred bucks in Supernet, I actually spent a whole day reading up on it.






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April 02, 2016, 02:31:44 AM
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question guys, if my vested balance is above 10,000 XEM i can harvest right? what happens if say i spend my XEM and my balance falls below 10,000, will my vested balance fall below 10,000 too? and thus could no longer harvest? thanks..



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April 02, 2016, 05:21:36 AM
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question guys, if my vested balance is above 10,000 XEM i can harvest right? what happens if say i spend my XEM and my balance falls below 10,000, will my vested balance fall below 10,000 too? and thus could no longer harvest? thanks..

Your vested balance can't be bigger than your balance.
So, yes, harvesting stops.

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April 02, 2016, 09:53:24 AM
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Congrats on keeping this project alive, guys.

I have a web application that I wish to poll the balance of a NEM address.  Usually you can do this via an API somewhere, but the blockexplorer's don't have an API available that I have seen. Does anyone have a suggestion on how to easily do this?

You can do this via the API:
http://bob.nem.ninja/docs/#requesting-the-account-data

This is exactly what I want to do,but I do not wish to maintain a NEM wallet/node. I was hoping for a place that had this sort of thing running that is publicly available?

http://www.nodeexplorer.com/

theres a list of nodes on that page with public IP's. you should be able to query those nodes without problem. if you need to access information that you need the private key for, you might have to run ncc locally, connect to a remote nis and query the blockchain via Ncc. not 100% on the details but i think thats right

I tried and get this... {"timeStamp":32002963,"error":"Bad Request","message":"address must be valid","status":400}

http://127.0.0.1:7890/account/get?address=TALICELCD3XPH4FFI5STGGNSNSWPOTG5E4DS2TOS

The above doesn't work and I tried pulling accounts out of the explorer.  THe ones starting with an N and a few dashes.  I tried removing the dash. What would be a valid address for the above API call to work?
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April 02, 2016, 11:04:23 AM
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Was there any more discussion or decision on the Silvercoin project?
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Congrats on keeping this project alive, guys.

I have a web application that I wish to poll the balance of a NEM address.  Usually you can do this via an API somewhere, but the blockexplorer's don't have an API available that I have seen. Does anyone have a suggestion on how to easily do this?

You can do this via the API:
http://bob.nem.ninja/docs/#requesting-the-account-data

This is exactly what I want to do,but I do not wish to maintain a NEM wallet/node. I was hoping for a place that had this sort of thing running that is publicly available?

http://www.nodeexplorer.com/

theres a list of nodes on that page with public IP's. you should be able to query those nodes without problem. if you need to access information that you need the private key for, you might have to run ncc locally, connect to a remote nis and query the blockchain via Ncc. not 100% on the details but i think thats right

I tried and get this... {"timeStamp":32002963,"error":"Bad Request","message":"address must be valid","status":400}

http://127.0.0.1:7890/account/get?address=TALICELCD3XPH4FFI5STGGNSNSWPOTG5E4DS2TOS

The above doesn't work and I tried pulling accounts out of the explorer.  THe ones starting with an N and a few dashes.  I tried removing the dash. What would be a valid address for the above API call to work?


You're using a testnet address (starting with "T") and your node is prob on the mainnet.

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April 02, 2016, 11:57:58 AM
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how much XEM do people get in transaction fees by harvesting???
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April 02, 2016, 12:50:46 PM
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how much XEM do people get in transaction fees by harvesting???

I'm getting fees on between 1/3 to 1/2 of my blocks these days. You can check Nembex linked on the OP of this thread.

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April 02, 2016, 02:33:56 PM
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Will try to create a supernode the upcoming days. It looks very technical, but I'll try my best.

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April 02, 2016, 03:09:04 PM
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Well, I personally think that the real breakthrough will happen in 2017. 2016 is the year when more and more institutions and companies are getting to know about blockchain. 2017 and 2018 will be the years when they are going to work with the blockchain technology.

So Xem is mid/long term investment ?

YES, expect price to have several more runs this year as well ...

2016 is the year of Blockchain Tech!

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April 02, 2016, 04:52:59 PM
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I notice that harvesting starts automatically before the wallet is fully synced - I assume that's supposed to happen and isn't some sort of anomaly with my wallet. With other coins of course the usual rule is don't 'stake' etc before the wallet is fully synced, otherwise it'll 'gum up the works' - for want of the appropriate technical term  Smiley

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April 02, 2016, 05:16:52 PM
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I read about supernode but I dont know why somebody want have one ?
I dont know difference with delegated harvested. And only some % fee from transaction ? nothing more profit than delegated harvested ? so what different what node somebody have ? I no have yet its theoritical ask because i dont read what difference is.
Its dont matter how many coins supernode have minimal is 3 000 000 coins but if somebody 10 000 000 its not different. I know it not like PoS but its not fair. So if somebody have 7 000 000 Xem so better is make 2 different supernodes than make one with 7 000 000 coins ? Its stupid for me sorry for opinion. Any exponeision ?


Edit: I dont have 7kk xem thats number was as example that better have more supernodes but one "bigger" I mean more coins.

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April 02, 2016, 07:06:40 PM
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I read about supernode but I dont know why somebody want have one ?
I dont know difference with delegated harvested. And only some % fee from transaction ? nothing more profit than delegated harvested ? so what different what node somebody have ? I no have yet its theoritical ask because i dont read what difference is.
Its dont matter how many coins supernode have minimal is 3 000 000 coins but if somebody 10 000 000 its not different. I know it not like PoS but its not fair. So if somebody have 7 000 000 Xem so better is make 2 different supernodes than make one with 7 000 000 coins ? Its stupid for me sorry for opinion. Any exponeision ?

They are regularly tested on their bandwidth, chain height, chain parts, computing power, version, ping, and responsiveness to make sure that they are performing to high standards. If they meet all these requirements, they are randomly given rewards.

And if you have 7mill, yes its better to make 2 nodes, but in different locations.
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April 02, 2016, 07:09:42 PM
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I read about supernode but I dont know why somebody want have one ?
I dont know difference with delegated harvested. And only some % fee from transaction ? nothing more profit than delegated harvested ? so what different what node somebody have ? I no have yet its theoritical ask because i dont read what difference is.
Its dont matter how many coins supernode have minimal is 3 000 000 coins but if somebody 10 000 000 its not different. I know it not like PoS but its not fair. So if somebody have 7 000 000 Xem so better is make 2 different supernodes than make one with 7 000 000 coins ? Its stupid for me sorry for opinion. Any exponeision ?

Soon supernodes rewarding program will start paying rich bonuses to supernodes owners.
The more supernodes you run, the more bonuses you will get.

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