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February 02, 2017, 07:50:31 PM
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Any info about freshly new NRS version 0.6.83 ?

BloodyRookie made a new release to deal with a small and non-critical bug with namespace renewals.  I'm not sure when it will be released as that error doesn't affect very many people.  We will have to discuss it, but I won't rule out the chance when we launch the next version of NanoWallet as a good chance.

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February 02, 2017, 08:31:29 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

If one XEM equals one dollar within three years of Catapult launch, I'll happily pay for that tattoo and might get one myself :-)

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February 02, 2017, 09:05:52 PM
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Hell, if it gets to that level I'll call every single one of my kids NEM too.

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February 02, 2017, 09:35:35 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

If one XEM equals one dollar within three years of Catapult launch, I'll happily pay for that tattoo and might get one myself :-)

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that would make NEMs market cap half that of bitcoin. not gunna happen - at least not anytime soon.
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February 02, 2017, 09:45:33 PM
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that would make NEMs market cap half that of bitcoin. not gunna happen - at least not anytime soon.

It is of course a pipe dream, but Bitcoin is pure speculation with a teensy bit of usage. It looks like NEM is taking the absolute opposite approach and the usage might lead to speculation.

On top of that Bitcoin's market cap is likely to be significantly higher by the time NEM really gets going. If ETH could get around 10% of Bitcoin's market cap while still being a buggy heap of shit that no one uses for anything actually useful then anything's possible when something proven with actual utility, and even some real live users, gets some headway going.

So far no alt has really achieved anything. If that changed then things could get interesting. They're all sat promising the moon while wanking themselves away on exchanges and nowhere else.

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February 02, 2017, 09:47:45 PM
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that would make NEMs market cap half that of bitcoin. not gunna happen - at least not anytime soon.

It is of course a pipe dream, but Bitcoin is pure speculation with a teensy bit of usage. It looks like NEM is taking the absolute opposite approach and the usage might lead to speculation.

On top of that Bitcoin's market cap is likely to be significantly higher by the time NEM really gets going. If ETH could get around 10% of Bitcoin's market cap while still being a buggy heap of shit that no one uses for anything actually useful then anything's possible when something proven with actual utility, and even some real live users, gets some headway going.


Hey if we reached $1 billion marketcap, I still would be happy! Cheesy

I think this is reasonable, considering what ETH achieved in marketcap.

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February 02, 2017, 09:52:04 PM
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Hey if we reached $1 billion marketcap, I still would be happy! Cheesy

I think this is reasonable, considering what ETH achieved in marketcap.

ETH managed that by having premines, presales, miners and manipulators ready to rock. I don't think NEM can manage any of those circumstances.

It would need very different means to get there, like actually being useful, in which case its market behaviour and position is going to be very different to anything we've seen so far if it managed it.

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February 02, 2017, 09:54:57 PM
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that would make NEMs market cap half that of bitcoin. not gunna happen - at least not anytime soon.

It is of course a pipe dream, but Bitcoin is pure speculation with a teensy bit of usage. It looks like NEM is taking the absolute opposite approach and the usage might lead to speculation.

On top of that Bitcoin's market cap is likely to be significantly higher by the time NEM really gets going. If ETH could get around 10% of Bitcoin's market cap while still being a buggy heap of shit that no one uses for anything actually useful then anything's possible when something proven with actual utility, and even some real live users, gets some headway going.

So far no alt has really achieved anything. If that changed then things could get interesting. They're all sat promising the moon while wanking themselves away on exchanges and nowhere else.

agreed. liking your anology btw. The fake "Success" of many alts is precisely that. fake. and is a good demonstration of the level of manipulation in these small markets. this is what keeps real investment away.

I do think nem is the most promising of them all - and i've been here since the beginning - but we're a long ways off it yet. in the meantime, expect plenty of ups and downs along the way.

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February 03, 2017, 02:07:08 AM
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Help! Just checked CMC, now standing at $60M

I also see BTC has spiked this morning.

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February 03, 2017, 02:29:32 AM
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Help! Just checked CMC, now standing at $60M

I also see BTC has spiked this morning.

Yup, I got in a couple weeks ago with only 33k, may have to put more money into NEM Smiley

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February 03, 2017, 04:12:22 AM
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If NEM reaches 1$ i will tattoo NEM in my front. no haha just kidding, but i will tattoo NEM in less obvious part of my body lol.

I think we would need like a 9 billion market cap to achieve 1$ hehe.

Hey guys what's up with the smart contracts that supposedly NEM would have? similar to ETH, haven't seen any example of a NEM smart contract.


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February 03, 2017, 04:29:24 AM
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Yes this is very telling ...

"We have converts from Ethereum and Bitcoin that were amazed at how easy it is to develop in NEM. For example, we put together a land title registry solution in less than five days, whereas we can see a competition who’d have an army of programmers to do similar things in months using the Bitcoin core technology. We also heard that this similar project would take 1 month to do in Ethereum."

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February 03, 2017, 04:40:23 AM
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Yes this is very telling ...

"We have converts from Ethereum and Bitcoin that were amazed at how easy it is to develop in NEM. For example, we put together a land title registry solution in less than five days, whereas we can see a competition who’d have an army of programmers to do similar things in months using the Bitcoin core technology. We also heard that this similar project would take 1 month to do in Ethereum."

Interesting. Now that I've been exposed to NEM, it might be a viable long term hold worth considering. ETH still does have much larger exposure, and even if NEM is superior in terms of ease of use, I still see a lot more projects being developed on ETH :p

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February 03, 2017, 05:11:37 AM
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Yes this is very telling ...

"We have converts from Ethereum and Bitcoin that were amazed at how easy it is to develop in NEM. For example, we put together a land title registry solution in less than five days, whereas we can see a competition who’d have an army of programmers to do similar things in months using the Bitcoin core technology. We also heard that this similar project would take 1 month to do in Ethereum."

Interesting. Now that I've been exposed to NEM, it might be a viable long term hold worth considering. ETH still does have much larger exposure, and even if NEM is superior in terms of ease of use, I still see a lot more projects being developed on ETH :p

I think the trend will change very soon Smiley

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February 03, 2017, 06:14:27 AM
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Yes this is very telling ...

"We have converts from Ethereum and Bitcoin that were amazed at how easy it is to develop in NEM. For example, we put together a land title registry solution in less than five days, whereas we can see a competition who’d have an army of programmers to do similar things in months using the Bitcoin core technology. We also heard that this similar project would take 1 month to do in Ethereum."

Interesting. Now that I've been exposed to NEM, it might be a viable long term hold worth considering. ETH still does have much larger exposure, and even if NEM is superior in terms of ease of use, I still see a lot more projects being developed on ETH :p

A lot more people want to do things the hard way. Oxymoron. They see it as a technology challenge and satisfaction, while missing the forest for the trees, i.e., solve the damn real world problem instead of proving a point.

Multisig in Eth is a mess. In NEM, it is simply KISS. 2 minute job, and it solves 75% of the requirements. No need any programming skills, just appreciation of the concept behind it.

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February 03, 2017, 10:03:27 AM
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i like very much sell wall at poloniex 28 btc
these mean that xem is undervalued and will be hit top 3 soon  Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

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February 03, 2017, 10:16:19 AM
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What a surprise, I get to 10K delegate stake and all the nodes are full.
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February 03, 2017, 10:18:31 AM
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Is there a rich list? I want to know how many coins do the biggest whales have? I am a serious XEM investor who have 8 million coins. I hope my stash will be more in USD value.
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February 03, 2017, 10:37:31 AM
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Is there a rich list? I want to know how many coins do the biggest whales have? I am a serious XEM investor who have 8 million coins. I hope my stash will be more in USD value.

Hello.

Try this one:

http://explorer.nem.io/#/accountlist

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February 03, 2017, 06:11:02 PM
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Where can I find how to renew a namespace?

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