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January 30, 2017, 08:37:26 PM
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Im not a big fan of ICO's myself either, but what I can say is that Chronobank does offer something new and different and at least they see the benefits of the NEM blockchain if nothing else.

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January 31, 2017, 12:01:52 AM
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http://bccc.global/ja/advisors


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http://www.coindesk.com/bank-japan-host-distributed-ledger-forum-next-month/
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January 31, 2017, 01:50:44 AM
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Is there a connection between the the BCCC and the Bank of Japan forum?
Will DragonFLy be presenting at the Forum?

Last time I checked 2 new members have been added to the DragonFly team Smiley
http://www.dragonflyfintech.com/#team

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January 31, 2017, 03:17:52 AM
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Is there a connection between the the BCCC and the Bank of Japan forum?
Will DragonFLy be presenting at the Forum?

Last time I checked 2 new members have been added to the DragonFly team Smiley
http://www.dragonflyfintech.com/#team
Thats what im trying to work out also.

Perhaps Jabo38 can elaborate further Smiley

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January 31, 2017, 11:14:52 AM
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very nice viewer Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

http://nember.ru/#/stats
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January 31, 2017, 11:20:21 AM
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very nice viewer Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

http://nember.ru/#/stats

but the question is where are all those funds from Greece and why haven't you shared them with the rest of us?  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 31, 2017, 11:27:29 AM
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not greece 300 of spartan Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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January 31, 2017, 01:17:56 PM
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very nice viewer Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

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it is just matter of interest that makes things as they want to see. Roll Eyes Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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January 31, 2017, 03:40:26 PM
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Some of you might have Namespaces that need to be renewed. Download the NanoWallet update with the renew Namespaces option in Services to renew your namespaces. https://www.nem.io/install.html

We should have a big update of NanoWallet in Feb that looks much nicer.
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January 31, 2017, 06:38:48 PM
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I second that: renew your namespaces, they start expiring tomorrow!

Nothing Else Matters
NEM: NALICE-LGU3IV-Y4DPJK-HYLSSV-YFFWYS-5QPLYE-ZDJJ
NXT: 11095639652683007953
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January 31, 2017, 07:09:22 PM
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not greece 300 of spartan Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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XEM soon at 1150 sat Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

xem  is ready to moon...
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February 01, 2017, 12:49:06 PM
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Ok, i've done a lot of reading the past few weeks on NEM. I've got myself a healthy amount of NEM, but... i have a few questions, which may have been answered before, but i haven't found the answers yet, so would welcome any replies.

1. Is there any plans to decrease the minimum amount of NEM needed to become a supernode? To me, its just making those rich, even richer, and those who are less fortunate have harvesting. Harvesting is great, but Poloniex is the biggest harvester and is making a fortune whilst us little guys really have no incentive to harvest at all. Surely the more Supernodes that exist then the stronger the network? There is no mining, no proof of stake, all we have is harvesting (and super expensive SNs) and to be totally honest, the system seems a little unfair now.

2. When it comes to NEM and the public and private blockchains. If i were a business/government who wanted to utilise landstead, apostille or the next apps that come out, am i actually just buying into the security of the network over the apps, because being open source really means that anyone could create their own blockchain use all the functions currently in any open source alt coin for free (minus the cost of the dev who creates it) making it free for the business..

Thanks for any answers,

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February 01, 2017, 01:00:13 PM
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1150 sat for the XEM is just the beginning of growth, because with the release of a catapult will actually break up XEM, and taking into account this potential, namely 3,000 transactions per second, it will be a very strong growth XEM to 10k sat
That is what i think, 10k sat is the minimum target.

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February 01, 2017, 01:21:05 PM
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xem article!!!!

https://cointelegraph.com/news/top-10-crypto-reshuffle-nem-pushes-back-augur-and-steem
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February 01, 2017, 01:38:43 PM
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1. Is there any plans to decrease the minimum amount of NEM needed to become a supernode? To me, its just making those rich, even richer, and those who are less fortunate have harvesting. Harvesting is great, but Poloniex is the biggest harvester and is making a fortune whilst us little guys really have no incentive to harvest at all. Surely the more Supernodes that exist then the stronger the network? There is no mining, no proof of stake, all we have is harvesting (and super expensive SNs) and to be totally honest, the system seems a little unfair now.
Welcome to capitalism Roll Eyes

2. When it comes to NEM and the public and private blockchains. If i were a business/government who wanted to utilise landstead, apostille or the next apps that come out, am i actually just buying into the security of the network over the apps, because being open source really means that anyone could create their own blockchain use all the functions currently in any open source alt coin for free (minus the cost of the dev who creates it) making it free for the business..
I think it's about adoption. The more nodes the network has, the less you have to trust a single node or group of nodes.
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February 01, 2017, 04:02:46 PM
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Ok, i've done a lot of reading the past few weeks on NEM. I've got myself a healthy amount of NEM, but... i have a few questions, which may have been answered before, but i haven't found the answers yet, so would welcome any replies.

1. Is there any plans to decrease the minimum amount of NEM needed to become a supernode? To me, its just making those rich, even richer, and those who are less fortunate have harvesting. Harvesting is great, but Poloniex is the biggest harvester and is making a fortune whilst us little guys really have no incentive to harvest at all. Surely the more Supernodes that exist then the stronger the network? There is no mining, no proof of stake, all we have is harvesting (and super expensive SNs) and to be totally honest, the system seems a little unfair now.

2. When it comes to NEM and the public and private blockchains. If i were a business/government who wanted to utilise landstead, apostille or the next apps that come out, am i actually just buying into the security of the network over the apps, because being open source really means that anyone could create their own blockchain use all the functions currently in any open source alt coin for free (minus the cost of the dev who creates it) making it free for the business..

Thanks for any answers,

Pinkman

As far as the supernodes, these questions came up a lot when the price shot up last time over 2500+
People were asking about the price of supernodes coming down.

I believe the reason it was set like this was to give preference to the early stakeholders which were given 2.25 million per stake.  This encouraged them to hold and to buy a bit more to reach the 3 MM limit.  

Also have to remember for the first 8 months XEM mostly traded under 100 sats with prices reaching a low of 25!  The 3 million was accessible for ~ 1 BTC at one time.




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February 01, 2017, 04:26:56 PM
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I think supernode in the future will cost about 500000 Nem, which has a positive effect on the need for space procurement the number of coins
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February 01, 2017, 04:40:45 PM
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1150 sat for the XEM is just the beginning of growth, because with the release of a catapult will actually break up XEM, and taking into account this potential, namely 3,000 transactions per second, it will be a very strong growth XEM to 10k sat
That is what i think, 10k sat is the minimum target.

really looking forward to catapult release. @1 XEM=1$  i will tattoo the logo somewhere Grin

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hello
what is the estimated date for Catapult release ?
exciting at waiting at it

thank you
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