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February 06, 2019, 02:47:20 PM
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There's a reason why I would rather stay here. I value my privacy.

Now moving on, just admit it. You are looking for an exit point also, I see you on their official forum pandering to their dumb ideas  (I guess I do keep up Wink ).

What happened to "release the stakes to initial stake holders" anthem you so claimed for so long?

Just admit it, we are all looking for our exit point. This project has one last good pump because so many have bags they want to get rid of. We held on to our stakes even at the height just so some random person in Singapore that is 50+ years old with shady business tactics could exploit us at a rate of ~9 million NEM a month.

Don't believe everything they tell you.

Um, nope. I'm content to stay put and see what transpires. Bit late now to do anything else.

I fully support handing out stakes to morons who were too lazy to respond to an email. I don't see where the hassle was in keeping them held back.

There are plenty of funds that never had anything to do with public stakes and were allocated from minute one to support the system.

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February 06, 2019, 02:54:56 PM
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There's a reason why I would rather stay here. I value my privacy.

Now moving on, just admit it. You are looking for an exit point also, I see you on their official forum pandering to their dumb ideas  (I guess I do keep up Wink ).

What happened to "release the stakes to initial stake holders" anthem you so claimed for so long?

Just admit it, we are all looking for our exit point. This project has one last good pump because so many have bags they want to get rid of. We held on to our stakes even at the height just so some random person in Singapore that is 50+ years old with shady business tactics could exploit us at a rate of ~9 million NEM a month.

Don't believe everything they tell you.

Um, nope. I'm content to stay put and see what transpires. Bit late now to do anything else.

I fully support handing out stakes to morons who were too lazy to respond to an email. I don't see where the hassle was in keeping them held back.

There are plenty of funds that never had anything to do with public stakes and were allocated from minute one to support the system.

Then stop sucking up to them on "NEM Official Forum". Stay put and stop supporting these scammers.

Let the real believer in crypto currency take care of this, all you have done is throw out comments on all these forums meanwhile collecting your "profits".

Some of us go out of our way to promote these decentralized ecosystems, even if we don't go around bragging about how much we have spent. We do exist and we do not brag.
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February 06, 2019, 02:58:36 PM
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The reason my account is newbie doesn’t mean I suppose to have a forum war with trolls as u are.
On this nick, I am a year older than your account. Would you be so kind and give us a proof that your old account is functional and you have a genesis stake. If you can’t. Then please GET a F*** off. 
The biggest shit that can be in XEM is Genesis stakeholders who dump price in open markets.
And retard, to be clear, you can code whatever you want, if no one will be interested in your code, you will not have a marketing team, you will stay in your MOM’s garage with that code forever. I am sure it happens to you. You missed a crypto bum, have nothing just a forum war account.
I salute you Cheesy


How many rupees are you getting paid? Enough to buy yourself some tikka masala?  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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February 06, 2019, 03:00:22 PM
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NEM FOUNDATION HAS ENOUGH FUNDS TO HIRE A PR MARKETING TEAM TO DO DAMAGE CONTROL BUT THEY DO NOT HAVE FUNDS FOR ANOTHER MONTH.

LET THAT THOUGHT SWIM IN YOUR HEAD FOR A WHILE.
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February 06, 2019, 03:02:19 PM
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The reason my account is newbie doesn’t mean I suppose to have a forum war with trolls as u are.
On this nick, I am a year older than your account. Would you be so kind and give us a proof that your old account is functional and you have a genesis stake. If you can’t. Then please GET a F*** off. 
The biggest shit that can be in XEM is Genesis stakeholders who dump price in open markets.
And retard, to be clear, you can code whatever you want, if no one will be interested in your code, you will not have a marketing team, you will stay in your MOM’s garage with that code forever. I am sure it happens to you. You missed a crypto bum, have nothing just a forum war account.
I salute you Cheesy


How many rupees are you getting paid? Enough to buy yourself some tikka masala?  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

And the forum war dies with a shit pants wear on Cheesy
Pity you die so fast
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February 06, 2019, 03:02:41 PM
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VOTE "NO" ON FUNDING THE NEW FOUNDATION.

Do you want the old foundation's friends to also become millionaires and fund their own crap coin?

Then vote NO on the new proposal and let the thieving foundation die out.

We don't need a foundation.

What we need is motivated and well paid developers, a small marketing team and redistribution of the lost stakes to genesis account holders.

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February 06, 2019, 03:03:31 PM
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The reason my account is newbie doesn’t mean I suppose to have a forum war with trolls as u are.
On this nick, I am a year older than your account. Would you be so kind and give us a proof that your old account is functional and you have a genesis stake. If you can’t. Then please GET a F*** off.  
The biggest shit that can be in XEM is Genesis stakeholders who dump price in open markets.
And retard, to be clear, you can code whatever you want, if no one will be interested in your code, you will not have a marketing team, you will stay in your MOM’s garage with that code forever. I am sure it happens to you. You missed a crypto bum, have nothing just a forum war account.
I salute you Cheesy


How many rupees are you getting paid? Enough to buy yourself some tikka masala?  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

And the forum war dies with a shit pants wear on Cheesy
Pity you die so fast


I'm not a troll so I refuse to feed you troll, good bye.  Wink
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February 06, 2019, 03:21:45 PM
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The reason my account is newbie doesn’t mean I suppose to have a forum war with trolls as u are.
On this nick, I am a year older than your account. Would you be so kind and give us a proof that your old account is functional and you have a genesis stake. If you can’t. Then please GET a F*** off.  
The biggest shit that can be in XEM is Genesis stakeholders who dump price in open markets.
And retard, to be clear, you can code whatever you want, if no one will be interested in your code, you will not have a marketing team, you will stay in your MOM’s garage with that code forever. I am sure it happens to you. You missed a crypto bum, have nothing just a forum war account.
I salute you Cheesy


How many rupees are you getting paid? Enough to buy yourself some tikka masala?  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

And the forum war dies with a shit pants wear on Cheesy
Pity you die so fast


I'm not a troll so I refuse to feed you troll, good bye.  Wink


Farewell troll of doomed XEM forum dungeons. We will remember you long years from now on: D
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February 06, 2019, 03:58:29 PM
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https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-labs-community-proposal-poi/21890



Developers stepping up and making their voice heard.

This is what NEM needs.

Disband the foundation and fund developers who want to see this project grow.
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February 07, 2019, 12:25:53 AM
Last edit: February 07, 2019, 01:01:22 AM by jelin1984
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I have pm from one old friend about that I will check it
  Lips sealed Undecided Wink

https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-labs-community-proposal-poi/21890

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February 07, 2019, 06:03:53 AM
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What kind of returns could I expect, say I had 10k investments and started harvesting, how many xems could I get?
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February 07, 2019, 11:16:43 AM
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What kind of returns could I expect, say I had 10k investments and started harvesting, how many xems could I get?

A piddling amount to zero. Treat it as a free bonus, not the sole reason to buy. Disappointment lies that way.

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February 07, 2019, 12:32:57 PM
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What kind of returns could I expect, say I had 10k investments and started harvesting, how many xems could I get?

You'd earn ~400 XEM a day plus harvesting fees if you invest 33 BTC (at today's price) in a supernode.

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February 07, 2019, 12:39:12 PM
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What kind of returns could I expect, say I had 10k investments and started harvesting, how many xems could I get?

You'd earn ~400 XEM a day plus harvesting fees if you invest 33 BTC (at today's price) in a supernode.
33 BTC for a supernode? Is there too much money?

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February 07, 2019, 01:19:19 PM
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What kind of returns could I expect, say I had 10k investments and started harvesting, how many xems could I get?

You'd earn ~400 XEM a day plus harvesting fees if you invest 33 BTC (at today's price) in a supernode.
33 BTC for a supernode? Is there too much money?

It depends on the price of XEM and BTC, in January 2018 the price was approx 380 BTC (~$3M), but that was at the ATH.  Think of it as an investment, you receive around 3.65% ROI.  At the low prices currently it is an excellent long term investment.

See this thread for some idea:

https://forum.nem.io/t/supernode-payout-only-2/10312

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February 07, 2019, 06:00:41 PM
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What kind of returns could I expect, say I had 10k investments and started harvesting, how many xems could I get?

Depends on your reputation. Among other things, the more transactions you made the higher is your importance. I have several accounts for several use cases and all are harvesting. One of them has around 12k XEM (so similiar as the amount you're asking for). It usually finds 3-5 blocks a weeks, many are empty but some contain fees. Back in November I even found a block with 320 XEM in fees.

However, you need to consider that your amount is not completely used for harvesting from the beginning. The reason is vesting mechanism. Your balance will gradually be counted as your harvesting balance.

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February 08, 2019, 02:23:33 PM
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33 BTC for a supernode? Is there too much money?
Even when I have available 33 BTCs, I will not use them for investing into one NEM supernode.
The cost is too expensive and it's very risky to invest a huge money into only one supernode, and one altcoin.
I will use 33 BTCs to invest into different coins, not only NEM.

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February 08, 2019, 02:38:11 PM
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Even when I have available 33 BTCs, I will not use them for investing into one NEM supernode.
The cost is too expensive and it's very risky to invest a huge money into only one supernode, and one altcoin.
I will use 33 BTCs to invest into different coins, not only NEM.

Yes of course. Only a nutter would do that. It's more for early adopters. There are enough of them so there's been no move to reduce the required amount of coins. That may change if numbers fall away.

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February 08, 2019, 04:41:47 PM
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33 BTC for a supernode? Is there too much money?
Even when I have available 33 BTCs, I will not use them for investing into one NEM supernode.
The cost is too expensive and it's very risky to invest a huge money into only one supernode, and one altcoin.
I will use 33 BTCs to invest into different coins, not only NEM.

It was a smart choice, 33 BTC for me could be for 33 altcoins and if 70% of the funds were profitable and the remaining 30% I lost, I was still profitable 40%. That is the name of business.
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February 09, 2019, 01:14:22 AM
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Catapult version 0.3.0.1 released in Github. Milestone "COW" reached.  After adding 40k lines of code, 19k lines of deletion and a total of 1.3k files changed.  Next? "Dragon" milestone!
https://github.com/nemtech/catapult-server/compare/v0.2.0.2..v0.3.0.1
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