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April 18, 2016, 01:08:09 PM
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The way i see it. The main reason the price is relativey low compare other s@&"coins out there is because ppl are too lazy and not bother to lookup the corrolation between mijin, dragonfly and xem.
Furthermore, most if not all news, are in japanese. Xem really needs deserve a translator and a marketing team.
Until this happens, any progress is only know to xemalisse.

True, this news should be released at the regular crtyptocurrency news websites.

Does anybody know any writers?  If so, please contact me.
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April 18, 2016, 01:10:33 PM
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CoinOUSD - WTF did this appear from??? Huh
Was frozen on Polo yesterday at devs request. Came back online today.
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April 18, 2016, 01:20:57 PM
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CoinOUSD - WTF did this appear from??? Huh
Was frozen on Polo yesterday at devs request. Came back online today.

this one is peg to a dollar ... the spike is artificial . Dont let be fool you.

On other hand , NEM is a  long term asset steady increasing . Especially if banks adapt its technology,. Imagine how may transactions would generate .
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April 18, 2016, 02:23:32 PM
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The way i see it. The main reason the price is relativey low compare other s@&"coins out there is because ppl are too lazy and not bother to lookup the corrolation between mijin, dragonfly and xem.
Furthermore, most if not all news, are in japanese. Xem really needs deserve a translator and a marketing team.
Until this happens, any progress is only know to xemalisse.

True, this news should be released at the regular crtyptocurrency news websites.

Does anybody know any writers?  If so, please contact me.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=28364
this is JP Buntinx.
He's a freelance writer for many news-sites.

ah,ok. he wrote the mijin-article on bitcoinist Smiley

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April 18, 2016, 04:47:52 PM
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The way i see it. The main reason the price is relativey low compare other s@&"coins out there is because ppl are too lazy and not bother to lookup the corrolation between mijin, dragonfly and xem.
Furthermore, most if not all news, are in japanese. Xem really needs deserve a translator and a marketing team.
Until this happens, any progress is only know to xemalisse.

True, this news should be released at the regular crtyptocurrency news websites.

Does anybody know any writers?  If so, please contact me.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=28364
this is JP Buntinx.
He's a freelance writer for many news-sites.

ah,ok. he wrote the mijin-article on bitcoinist Smiley

Thanks, I do like his article.


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April 18, 2016, 04:56:24 PM
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http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/376079371.html

Dragonfly Fintech (DF) has entered into partnership with Infoteria. Partnering with Infoteria, NEM/Mijin technology will be made available through a more user friendly abstraction of DF's Transaction Ecosystem Platform Solution (TEPS). Currently Infoteria's clientele consists of over 5,300 companies, including Sony, Toyota and Lion.
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http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/376079371.html

Dragonfly Fintech (DF) has entered into partnership with Infoteria. Partnering with Infoteria, NEM/Mijin technology will be made available through a more user friendly abstraction of DF's Transaction Ecosystem Platform Solution (TEPS). Currently Infoteria's clientele consists of over 5,300 companies, including Sony, Toyota and Lion.

Higher highs and lower lows, NEM is in a good position. 

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April 18, 2016, 05:11:28 PM
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So I think I get the Mijin-NEM link.

NEM is like bitcoin to Mijin, Mijin is like an alt-coin that depends on the NEM blockchain, correct??
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So I think I get the Mijin-NEM link.

NEM is like bitcoin to Mijin, Mijin is like an alt-coin that depends on the NEM blockchain, correct??
no
mijin is provides private blockchains based on nem tech
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So I think I get the Mijin-NEM link.

NEM is like bitcoin to Mijin, Mijin is like an alt-coin that depends on the NEM blockchain, correct??

Mijin is a private fork of NEM, kind of the way a lot of altcoins are to bitcoin, but unlike many scam coins, it has a real purpose in the business world as it has been optimized to run on private networks.  A Mijin chain and the NEM main chain don't interact in the same way Litecoin and Bitcoin don't interact.  

But unlike Litecoin and Bitcoin, both NEM and Mijin share the same awesome set of APIs.  So DF running a Mijin chain is now introducing NEM technology to a software platform that services over 5,000 companies, some of them are Sony, Panasonic, and Mitsubishi among others.  

Does this mean that Sony will be making transactions on NEM?  Not at all.  Does it mean that they will even use Mijin as a part of their software suite?  No, they might not even chose to turn that part of their software on.  There are 0 promises here.  

But, what it does mean is that it is possible they might someday use Mijin as in theory that service can very well be offered to them in the future as a blockchain service built into their software.  And once they are doing that and they have started using the Mijin APIs for some private services on Mijin, they are a very small step away from pointing those same APIs at the NEM main chain for different services.  That choice will be completely up to them though and if they do, it won't be happening this spring or summer I guess.

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So I think I get the Mijin-NEM link.

NEM is like bitcoin to Mijin, Mijin is like an alt-coin that depends on the NEM blockchain, correct??

Mijin is a private fork of NEM, kind of the way a lot of altcoins are to bitcoin, but unlike many scam coins, it has a real purpose in the business world as it has been optimized to run on private networks.  A Mijin chain and the NEM main chain don't interact in the same way Litecoin and Bitcoin don't interact.  

But unlike Litecoin and Bitcoin, both NEM and Mijin share the same awesome set of APIs.  So DF running a Mijin chain is now introducing NEM technology to a software platform that services over 5,000 companies, some of them are Sony, Panasonic, and Mitsubishi among others.  

Does this mean that Sony will be making transactions on NEM?  Not at all.  Does it mean that they will even use Mijin as a part of their software suite?  No, they might not even chose to turn that part of their software on.  There are 0 promises here.  

But, what it does mean is that it is possible they might someday use Mijin as in theory that service can very well be offered to them in the future as a blockchain service built into their software.  And once they are doing that and they have started using the Mijin APIs for some private services on Mijin, they are a very small step away from pointing those same APIs at the NEM main chain for different services.  That choice will be completely up to them though and if they do, it won't be happening this spring or summer I guess.

From a business point of view, for private companies wouldn't this mean reduced overhead? Now they wouldn't have to pay payment processors such as visa a fee for their services, instead they use their own private chain at a reduced price. I'm not sure if I'm assuming correctly.
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April 18, 2016, 06:23:18 PM
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So I think I get the Mijin-NEM link.

NEM is like bitcoin to Mijin, Mijin is like an alt-coin that depends on the NEM blockchain, correct??

Mijin is a private fork of NEM, kind of the way a lot of altcoins are to bitcoin, but unlike many scam coins, it has a real purpose in the business world as it has been optimized to run on private networks.  A Mijin chain and the NEM main chain don't interact in the same way Litecoin and Bitcoin don't interact. 

But unlike Litecoin and Bitcoin, both NEM and Mijin share the same awesome set of APIs.  So DF running a Mijin chain is now introducing NEM technology to a software platform that services over 5,000 companies, some of them are Sony, Panasonic, and Mitsubishi among others. 

Does this mean that Sony will be making transactions on NEM?  Not at all.  Does it mean that they will even use Mijin as a part of their software suite?  No, they might not even chose to turn that part of their software on.  There are 0 promises here. 

But, what it does mean is that it is possible they might someday use Mijin as in theory that service can very well be offered to them in the future as a blockchain service built into their software.  And once they are doing that and they have started using the Mijin APIs for some private services on Mijin, they are a very small step away from pointing those same APIs at the NEM main chain for different services.  That choice will be completely up to them though and if they do, it won't be happening this spring or summer I guess.

From a business point of view, for private companies wouldn't this mean reduced overhead? Now they wouldn't have to pay payment processors such as visa a fee for their services, instead they use their own private chain at a reduced price. I'm not sure if I'm assuming correctly.
This is possible down the road, but initially financial transactions would likely be between Mijin users (i.e. transactions across companies, or within companies [between departments etc -- finance stuff]), but the potential far exceeds financial transfers. Blockchains are public ledgers, so can be leveraged for all kinds of things.. Imagine IT wants to keep track of where all of it's computers are located (building / floor / cubicle); a blockchain could be used to track these assets and their movement, with the benefit of a rock solid audit trail. Just a tiny example of a non-finance use, there are heaps more.

A few cool things about Mijin mirroring Nem:
1. Mijin's success lends a LOT of credibility to NEM
2. It's very unlikely that business would readily adopt a public blockchain like Bitcoin - they're more likely to create their own alt and run it privately. This approach makes it much easier and more agreeable for businesses to adopt blockchain.
3. As mentioned above - Mijin and NEM use the same APIs -- so an open source blockchain explorer or mobile app madefor NEM could be used by businesses on Mijin and vice-versa.. This could be really cool if it picks up -- I can imagine a number of gits popping up as businesses and outside developers explore what they can do with the blockchain, which could be built upon by both Mijin or Nem community members. A mutually beneficial development framework.


From a business point of view, for private companies wouldn't this mean reduced overhead? Now they wouldn't have to pay payment processors such as visa a fee for their services, instead they use their own private chain at a reduced price. I'm not sure if I'm assuming correctly.
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April 18, 2016, 06:48:41 PM
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The way i see it. The main reason the price is relativey low compare other s@&"coins out there is because ppl are too lazy and not bother to lookup the corrolation between mijin, dragonfly and xem.
Furthermore, most if not all news, are in japanese. Xem really needs deserve a translator and a marketing team.
Until this happens, any progress is only know to xemalisse.

True, this news should be released at the regular crtyptocurrency news websites.

Does anybody know any writers?  If so, please contact me.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=28364
this is JP Buntinx.
He's a freelance writer for many news-sites.

ah,ok. he wrote the mijin-article on bitcoinist Smiley

Link to article included:
http://bitcoinist.net/japanese-bank-acknowledges-mijin-blockchain-infrastructure-test/

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April 18, 2016, 07:29:14 PM
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There is also a NEM exhibit in Netherlands today.

https://forum.nem.io/t/blockchain-vlaanderen/1986

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So I think I get the Mijin-NEM link.

NEM is like bitcoin to Mijin, Mijin is like an alt-coin that depends on the NEM blockchain, correct??

Mijin is a private fork of NEM, kind of the way a lot of altcoins are to bitcoin, but unlike many scam coins, it has a real purpose in the business world as it has been optimized to run on private networks.  A Mijin chain and the NEM main chain don't interact in the same way Litecoin and Bitcoin don't interact. 

But unlike Litecoin and Bitcoin, both NEM and Mijin share the same awesome set of APIs.  So DF running a Mijin chain is now introducing NEM technology to a software platform that services over 5,000 companies, some of them are Sony, Panasonic, and Mitsubishi among others. 

Does this mean that Sony will be making transactions on NEM?  Not at all.  Does it mean that they will even use Mijin as a part of their software suite?  No, they might not even chose to turn that part of their software on.  There are 0 promises here. 

But, what it does mean is that it is possible they might someday use Mijin as in theory that service can very well be offered to them in the future as a blockchain service built into their software.  And once they are doing that and they have started using the Mijin APIs for some private services on Mijin, they are a very small step away from pointing those same APIs at the NEM main chain for different services.  That choice will be completely up to them though and if they do, it won't be happening this spring or summer I guess.

From a business point of view, for private companies wouldn't this mean reduced overhead? Now they wouldn't have to pay payment processors such as visa a fee for their services, instead they use their own private chain at a reduced price. I'm not sure if I'm assuming correctly.
This is possible down the road, but initially financial transactions would likely be between Mijin users (i.e. transactions across companies, or within companies [between departments etc -- finance stuff]), but the potential far exceeds financial transfers. Blockchains are public ledgers, so can be leveraged for all kinds of things.. Imagine IT wants to keep track of where all of it's computers are located (building / floor / cubicle); a blockchain could be used to track these assets and their movement, with the benefit of a rock solid audit trail. Just a tiny example of a non-finance use, there are heaps more.

A few cool things about Mijin mirroring Nem:
1. Mijin's success lends a LOT of credibility to NEM
2. It's very unlikely that business would readily adopt a public blockchain like Bitcoin - they're more likely to create their own alt and run it privately. This approach makes it much easier and more agreeable for businesses to adopt blockchain.
3. As mentioned above - Mijin and NEM use the same APIs -- so an open source blockchain explorer or mobile app madefor NEM could be used by businesses on Mijin and vice-versa.. This could be really cool if it picks up -- I can imagine a number of gits popping up as businesses and outside developers explore what they can do with the blockchain, which could be built upon by both Mijin or Nem community members. A mutually beneficial development framework.



Thanks for the explanation, this should be formatted and made into a copypasta everytime someone wants clarification on how DF-Mijin-NEM are linked.
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April 18, 2016, 07:47:15 PM
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Nem - private money, I correctly understand? or is it something will be bound to create private bacchanal Mijin and other bodies and will be a new condition, or part, of the world economy? or Nem, and Next , will do its own work and stay in the web 1.0 as some kind of pyramid Ponzi and so on in the same vein?
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No more cheap coins at 330?  Grin
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Nem - private money, I correctly understand? or is it something will be bound to create private bacchanal Mijin and other bodies and will be a new condition, or part, of the world economy? or Nem, and Next , will do its own work and stay in the web 1.0 as some kind of pyramid Ponzi and so on in the same vein?

tolikkk, how do you define private money? it's a very interesting term.
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Nem - private money, I correctly understand? or is it something will be bound to create private bacchanal Mijin and other bodies and will be a new condition, or part, of the world economy? or Nem, and Next , will do its own work and stay in the web 1.0 as some kind of pyramid Ponzi and so on in the same vein?

tolikkk, how do you define private money? it's a very interesting term.
based on the theories of the 20s of the last century in the spirit of the time and talks about freedom and the birth of the thoughts about freedom in everything, but most importantly about the freedom of creating anything and money including, platform acts, in this case, as the operator, and only with the advances in computers about the theme of free, private money can speak more intelligently
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