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April 20, 2016, 09:39:41 AM
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is very funny that some people put sell wall
for xem

xem soon overpass
these sell wall

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

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April 20, 2016, 09:57:05 AM
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Sell Wall? Only about 15k USD? That's hardly a wall Smiley
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April 20, 2016, 10:29:10 AM
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Sell Wall? Only about 15k USD? That's hardly a wall Smiley

do something about it then mate.
sounds like you're up for removing it.
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April 20, 2016, 11:35:00 AM
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Sell Wall? Only about 15k USD? That's hardly a wall Smiley

do something about it then mate.
sounds like you're up for removing it.
It will be broken down eventually Smiley So many good news incoming in the near future.
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April 20, 2016, 11:58:39 AM
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is very funny that some people put sell wall
for xem

xem soon overpass
these sell wall

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Fixed Cheesy

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April 20, 2016, 12:37:54 PM
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Hi !

I have installed lubuntu; I could easily start nis.sh but have troubles with starting the servant.sh for becoming a supernode;

This is what I did;

fatih87sk@37-9-134-5:~$ cd Desktop/servant
fatih87sk@37-9-134-5:~/Desktop/servant$ ./nix.startservant.sh
bash: ./nix.startservant.sh: No such file or directory

Did you try "sh startservant.sh"?

Luckily I work at an IT company so I brought my laptop at work.
A Unix manager fixed the rights of the startservant.sh and then I could start it.

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April 20, 2016, 05:14:41 PM
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Hi !

I have installed lubuntu; I could easily start nis.sh but have troubles with starting the servant.sh for becoming a supernode;

This is what I did;

fatih87sk@37-9-134-5:~$ cd Desktop/servant
fatih87sk@37-9-134-5:~/Desktop/servant$ ./nix.startservant.sh
bash: ./nix.startservant.sh: No such file or directory

Did you try "sh startservant.sh"?

Luckily I work at an IT company so I brought my laptop at work.
A Unix manager fixed the rights of the startservant.sh and then I could start it.

yeah, you gotta make it executable first, allthough i think "sh startservant.sh" works without that.
chmod +x  Wink

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April 20, 2016, 08:53:56 PM
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Nem back down to 364 sat now Sad

Hopefully it's gunna rise above 400 soon??
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April 20, 2016, 08:57:00 PM
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Why sweat the small stuff? Destiny awaits eventually.

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April 20, 2016, 10:48:53 PM
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Nem back down to 364 sat now Sad

Hopefully it's gunna rise above 400 soon??

Relax and take a surf on waves of price Smiley

It will go up slow but steady as always.
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April 21, 2016, 04:23:11 AM
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Nem back down to 364 sat now Sad

Hopefully it's gunna rise above 400 soon??
you have obviously long forgotten 40 satoshi days  Cheesy

Or 30 satoshi days? Smiley

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April 21, 2016, 05:07:22 AM
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Nem back down to 364 sat now Sad

Hopefully it's gunna rise above 400 soon??
you have obviously long forgotten 40 satoshi days  Cheesy

Or 30 satoshi days? Smiley

Im sure i remember we were as low as 25 at one point! lol

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April 21, 2016, 05:10:33 AM
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Nem back down to 364 sat now Sad

Hopefully it's gunna rise above 400 soon??
you have obviously long forgotten 40 satoshi days  Cheesy

Or 30 satoshi days? Smiley

I love those days because I bought lots of XEM then.  Grin
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April 21, 2016, 05:38:13 AM
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How will NEM profit from Mijin and Dragonfly?

Right now these two companies are promoting their 'own' version of NEM.
But who is going to market NEM to companies so they can use it?

What is the long term planning/mission of NEM? Why should a company choose NEM when they can choose a private ledger like Mijin or Dragonfly?
Real shame this was not answered. Probably THE question that decides NEMs path, and its followed by countless posts about price.   
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April 21, 2016, 05:39:19 AM
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i am quite amazed that nem has gone back up.

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April 21, 2016, 06:02:24 AM
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How will NEM profit from Mijin and Dragonfly?

Right now these two companies are promoting their 'own' version of NEM.
But who is going to market NEM to companies so they can use it?

What is the long term planning/mission of NEM? Why should a company choose NEM when they can choose a private ledger like Mijin or Dragonfly?
Real shame this was not answered. Probably THE question that decides NEMs path, and its followed by countless posts about price.   

Jabo posted this nice explanation a couple of pages back:

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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April 21, 2016, 06:16:53 AM
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How will NEM profit from Mijin and Dragonfly?

Right now these two companies are promoting their 'own' version of NEM.
But who is going to market NEM to companies so they can use it?

What is the long term planning/mission of NEM? Why should a company choose NEM when they can choose a private ledger like Mijin or Dragonfly?
Real shame this was not answered. Probably THE question that decides NEMs path, and its followed by countless posts about price.   

Jabo posted this nice explanation a couple of pages back:

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.
Ok, that kinda of addresses the situation. Cheers.

The next logical question is, if they/whoever reject using the NEM chain, whats plan B? Is there another meaningful use case?
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April 21, 2016, 07:13:35 AM
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i regret that i sold my nem Cry

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April 21, 2016, 07:27:52 AM
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i regret that i sold my nem Cry

Lesson learnt. Buy more while its still cheap.
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April 21, 2016, 07:28:23 AM
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i regret that i sold my nem Cry

That's too bad.
If you don't buy NEM now, you will regret again.
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