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June 04, 2016, 11:26:02 AM
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let's do survey)
what vps provider you use to run supernode (link)
configuration (1 or 2 gb ram)
and how much it cost in a month

Let's find cheapest one))
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June 04, 2016, 11:38:06 AM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.
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June 04, 2016, 11:56:44 AM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).

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June 04, 2016, 12:25:47 PM
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I do not run a Supernode yet, but I ran a normal NEM node on Digitalocean.com. It is the best VPS provider in my opinion to run a node. Prices for 1 GB are $5 a month and for 2GB $10 a months. The droplet creation is very easy. Nevertheless, you need got terminal knowledge in order to install it. The site support is great, too, for any issues.

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what vps provider you use to run supernode (link)
configuration (1 or 2 gb ram)
and how much it cost in a month

Let's find cheapest one))
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June 04, 2016, 01:07:12 PM
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New refreshed design on http://nem.io and while it has take a bit, the back end has been redone in a way that is going to really help us in the future to update and maintain it.   Smiley

Looks nice, but the german translation is far from optimal. You should not translate technical terms like "harvesting" or "node" or "core". Also, "beherscht" should be "beherrscht" with double 'r'.

And please, don't use netherland flag to indicate german language  Cheesy

I thought the same. I think even if someone is totally new to NEM, those Terms are better left in english.
There is a german NEM thread available here which could help with the translation I think

Thanks for the feedback.  We will work on that.

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June 04, 2016, 03:46:24 PM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).
May I know which VPS are you using?
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June 04, 2016, 05:05:03 PM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).
May I know which VPS are you using?

Both have 1 CPU, 2 GB RAM, minimal disk space
One at OVH (France), the other cloud.eu (Italy)

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June 05, 2016, 08:58:48 AM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).

That's because a supernode needs  to succeed in all tests four times a day (each six hours) to be counted for the distribution of the daily reward.
Until now 2/3 of all supernodes succeeds on average in all tests.
So setting up a supernode does not garantee you a payout each day actually.

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June 05, 2016, 12:41:21 PM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).

That's because a supernode needs  to succeed in all tests four times a day (each six hours) to be counted for the distribution of the daily reward.
Until now 2/3 of all supernodes succeeds on average in all tests.
So setting up a supernode does not garantee you a payout each day actually.

24 nodes are deactivated so the success rate is higher.

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NXT: 11095639652683007953
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June 05, 2016, 12:44:42 PM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).

That's because a supernode needs  to succeed in all tests four times a day (each six hours) to be counted for the distribution of the daily reward.
Until now 2/3 of all supernodes succeeds on average in all tests.
So setting up a supernode does not garantee you a payout each day actually.

24 nodes are deactivated so the success rate is higher.


Meaning those 24 supernodes can have a bigger piece of the rewards.... CONGRATULATIONS.
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June 05, 2016, 01:26:39 PM
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What happen and price is down?Huh?
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June 05, 2016, 01:28:35 PM
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What happen and price is down?Huh?

Time for buying and hold for as long as catapult will be ready and NEM is in C
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June 05, 2016, 01:33:48 PM
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what is this Nano wallet?

Upcoming replacement for the current wallet.

I think a better name than 'Nano' can be found ... The 'Godzilla'
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June 05, 2016, 02:19:15 PM
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What happen and price is down?Huh?
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June 05, 2016, 02:33:08 PM
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What happen and price is down?Huh?
I think you can see the price BTC,,most altcoin has dropped coz BTC is going up  Smiley
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June 05, 2016, 02:33:58 PM
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Coin-investors are likely to be convinced of the block chain opportunities.

Could we build a kind of "venture capital" over the NEM-Mosaics. One could invest directly cash. Not comparable as the nxt asset exchange, but more as part of NEM itself. An investment in XEM would simultaneously an investment of many companies working on blockchain solutions.
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June 05, 2016, 04:23:27 PM
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so NEM is like polymorphic nature of digital asset?
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June 05, 2016, 04:39:56 PM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).

That's because a supernode needs  to succeed in all tests four times a day (each six hours) to be counted for the distribution of the daily reward.
Until now 2/3 of all supernodes succeeds on average in all tests.
So setting up a supernode does not garantee you a payout each day actually.

24 nodes are deactivated so the success rate is higher.


Meaning those 24 supernodes can have a bigger piece of the rewards.... CONGRATULATIONS.

I don't get what you mean...

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June 05, 2016, 04:48:12 PM
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You would pay 10$ per month at maximum for a suitable VPS to run a supernode.
So it actually is profitable Wink
I see there are 149 node now, but if the xem price increases, then it would be profitable.

Actually not all 149 nodes are active.
I think they are less than 100 because I'm receiving more than 700 XEM per day per node (I have two ).

That's because a supernode needs  to succeed in all tests four times a day (each six hours) to be counted for the distribution of the daily reward.
Until now 2/3 of all supernodes succeeds on average in all tests.
So setting up a supernode does not garantee you a payout each day actually.

24 nodes are deactivated so the success rate is higher.


Meaning those 24 supernodes can have a bigger piece of the rewards.... CONGRATULATIONS.

I don't get what you mean...

Sorry those nodes were deactivated so the rest of the node may get bigger rewards.
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June 05, 2016, 05:20:44 PM
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So first reward was 833 xem?
How many xem supernodes receive today?
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