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May 27, 2016, 06:31:06 AM
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Supernodes Update


I am pleased to report that Supernodes will begin payments on June 1st.  

Please remember to have ports 7880, 7890, and now 7778 open.

Basic Step Steps to Enroll.  

A) Make a delegated harvesting account on an account with 3,000,000+ XEM.

B) Boot a node with that delegated harvesting private key and make sure it is synced.

C) Open your ports on OS and router.

D) Configure and start up the Supernode's servant.

E) Send a message to NAFUNDBUKIOSTMD4BNXL7ZFE735QHN7A3FBS6CMY stating “enroll (your IP or hostname) (your node's name) (your delegated harvesting public key)”

Check your node's status and collect XEM as reward.  Smiley

Full and detailed instructions can be found here. https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-supernode-rewards-program/1735

I wish i could do this but my ISP uses CG-NAT.

Any ideas on what I could do?

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May 27, 2016, 02:51:29 PM
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last 37 blocks harvested - not 1 Xem in fees  Sad

Good timing for supernodes, but there also needs to be more Xem transaction volume!

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May 27, 2016, 08:59:05 PM
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That day is a mess to the altcoins. I hope NEM recovers soon.
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May 27, 2016, 09:46:32 PM
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PCG has started the second round! 1000XEM for the correct guess!

Which place do we search this time?

2. Unknown heights

What is the name of the mountain below?




Send the answer, with the NEM client, as a message to:

NCTID4-KM5DP5-L44PHH-DIRIXE-E7SMUK-W2FCIE-LATF

Hint number one: The name of the mountain has something in common with its shape.

Rules:
- no entry fee
- first correct guess wins
- no limits in guessing besides one guess per message,

..just send a message.

Good luck! :slight_smile:

Link to original thread:
https://forum.nem.io/t/picture-competition-game-second-round-has-started-1000-xem-bounty-for-the-correct-guess/2172/9

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May 28, 2016, 02:39:49 AM
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I sent 3 transactions to an exchange and it seems my biggest one didnt go through? The largest send for some reason shows a fee of 0 and the message "good luck" was attached to it. ANyone know whats going on? 12763ca3cb5c594af51b236ba988ae77aaa05513da0156c7eb2c821d1481cebf was the has.
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May 28, 2016, 05:40:43 AM
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Supernodes Update


I am pleased to report that Supernodes will begin payments on June 1st.  

Please remember to have ports 7880, 7890, and now 7778 open.

Basic Step Steps to Enroll.  

A) Make a delegated harvesting account on an account with 3,000,000+ XEM.

B) Boot a node with that delegated harvesting private key and make sure it is synced.

C) Open your ports on OS and router.

D) Configure and start up the Supernode's servant.

E) Send a message to NAFUNDBUKIOSTMD4BNXL7ZFE735QHN7A3FBS6CMY stating “enroll (your IP or hostname) (your node's name) (your delegated harvesting public key)”

Check your node's status and collect XEM as reward.  Smiley

Full and detailed instructions can be found here. https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-supernode-rewards-program/1735

Just a reminder to have your nodes updated and ready to go on June 1st.  Wink

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May 28, 2016, 05:55:35 AM
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I sent 3 transactions to an exchange and it seems my biggest one didnt go through? The largest send for some reason shows a fee of 0 and the message "good luck" was attached to it. ANyone know whats going on? 12763ca3cb5c594af51b236ba988ae77aaa05513da0156c7eb2c821d1481cebf was the has.
So you sent from the nemesis address on 2015-03-29...
Stop talking bs, dude Wink
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May 28, 2016, 01:00:34 PM
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talking about supernodes
i have a question: can i run 2 or more supernodes from same IP address?
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Last edit: May 28, 2016, 01:54:06 PM by Brainofmasses
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talking about supernodes
i have a question: can i run 2 or more supernodes from same IP address?

Well the point of Supernodes is to have a very strong, worldwide distributed, network. So there isn´t a point if we all could just do a couple supernodes from the same place. Not for nothing there is a "guaranteed" payout, as long you pass the tests, which gives incentive to people starting a Supernode.

To make it short, no.  Wink

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May 28, 2016, 07:14:08 PM
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Some people are saying bitcoins and ethereum block chain will become too bloated as users increase making it extremely slow to sync and use, will Nem face the same problem as it increases in popularity our does Nem Have different solution to this problem?

How many transaction per second can Nem handle at this moment and can it handle a million users right now? I am sorry for asking too many questions.  It's been a long time since I followed NEM so am trying to get up to date.
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May 29, 2016, 12:20:40 AM
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Some people are saying bitcoins and ethereum block chain will become too bloated as users increase making it extremely slow to sync and use, will Nem face the same problem as it increases in popularity our does Nem Have different solution to this problem?

How many transaction per second can Nem handle at this moment and can it handle a million users right now? I am sorry for asking too many questions.  It's been a long time since I followed NEM so am trying to get up to date.

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May 29, 2016, 12:53:40 AM
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Is there any way we could share balances and combine them in some way to run a supernode?

Much in the same way people are doing it with DASH?

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May 29, 2016, 01:23:54 AM
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Is there any way we could share balances and combine them in some way to run a supernode?

Much in the same way people are doing it with DASH?

What about Multisig?

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May 29, 2016, 02:16:24 AM
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Is there any way we could share balances and combine them in some way to run a supernode?

Much in the same way people are doing it with DASH?

What about Multisig?

If thats possible it would be great!

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May 29, 2016, 11:24:52 AM
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talking about supernodes
i have a question: can i run 2 or more supernodes from same IP address?

Well the point of Supernodes is to have a very strong, worldwide distributed, network. So there isn´t a point if we all could just do a couple supernodes from the same place. Not for nothing there is a "guaranteed" payout, as long you pass the tests, which gives incentive to people starting a Supernode.

To make it short, no.  Wink
honestly, i don't get it. why two supernodes standing side by side is bad, then one is good for network stability?
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May 29, 2016, 11:50:56 AM
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talking about supernodes
i have a question: can i run 2 or more supernodes from same IP address?

Well the point of Supernodes is to have a very strong, worldwide distributed, network. So there isn´t a point if we all could just do a couple supernodes from the same place. Not for nothing there is a "guaranteed" payout, as long you pass the tests, which gives incentive to people starting a Supernode.

To make it short, no.  Wink
honestly, i don't get it. why two supernodes standing side by side is bad, then one is good for network stability?

Supernodes should spread on the planet as much as possible. It is supposed to be a decentraliced network.

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May 29, 2016, 12:18:52 PM
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talking about supernodes
i have a question: can i run 2 or more supernodes from same IP address?

Well the point of Supernodes is to have a very strong, worldwide distributed, network. So there isn´t a point if we all could just do a couple supernodes from the same place. Not for nothing there is a "guaranteed" payout, as long you pass the tests, which gives incentive to people starting a Supernode.

To make it short, no.  Wink
honestly, i don't get it. why two supernodes standing side by side is bad, then one is good for network stability?

Supernodes should spread on the planet as much as possible. It is supposed to be a decentraliced network.

It is obvious)
but how two my supernodes prevent other people to turn on their supernodes all around the planet?
And if i take one node in my friend house nearby, would that be ok?
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May 29, 2016, 12:33:48 PM
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talking about supernodes
i have a question: can i run 2 or more supernodes from same IP address?

Well the point of Supernodes is to have a very strong, worldwide distributed, network. So there isn´t a point if we all could just do a couple supernodes from the same place. Not for nothing there is a "guaranteed" payout, as long you pass the tests, which gives incentive to people starting a Supernode.

To make it short, no.  Wink
honestly, i don't get it. why two supernodes standing side by side is bad, then one is good for network stability?

Supernodes should spread on the planet as much as possible. It is supposed to be a decentraliced network.

It is obvious)
but how two my supernodes prevent other people to turn on their supernodes all around the planet?
And if i take one node in my friend house nearby, would that be ok?

your two don't prevent anyone rom running their supernodes.However 2 supernodes under the same ip / same home uplink are not as valuable to the network as 2 supernodes in 2 different locations which is why only one should be subsidized by the rewards.
Yes that would be okay. 2 boxes, 2 uplinks, 2 ips, all good. (and frankly noone would do the investigating to ever find out about that)

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May 29, 2016, 02:20:25 PM
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Ok, got it. Thanks everyone))
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May 29, 2016, 04:28:25 PM
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Is there any way we could share balances and combine them in some way to run a supernode?

Much in the same way people are doing it with DASH?

What about Multisig?

If thats possible it would be great!

It could be possible for a group of people that know each other to pool their funds in a multisig account, but it is a bit risky still and I wouldn't really recommenced it unless you knew them really really well. Lets say there are 3 people on an account, in NEM we have n - 1 to edit the signatories, so that means two people could collude to remove the 3.  That would be pretty bad.  

I guess the devs could make a new kind of importance transfer that allowed multiple accounts to contribute to one POI score but that hasn't really been discussed before or requested by the community.

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