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September 28, 2016, 09:10:36 AM
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So I'm staking now but keep getting conflicted blocks and it says to this address NeoN1thdzZcCkAcNGjWvbpjY4nzVFqdJJe

What and why is that?

Hi can you give some more information? So your wallet is showing orphaned blocks while staking?

When a new wallet? Shahim




What exactly do you mean?

BTW. New Blockchain data is uploaded. I will create a script to generate a daily upload!

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so maybe this is one of the reason why the price is greening again nice to got the opportunity to earn from your project dev, keep it up good luck and hope to see more progress.

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Last edit: September 28, 2016, 09:37:38 AM by Diego24
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Cryptocurrencys are classified as an asset and will continue to be. More and more regulation will come in, and every day more and more tradional traders, laymen, and investors are coming from other markets and industry.
Honestly, I don't understand your concerns. Price is going up. This year price went up more than 800 % and the decentralization still has to take place. Then you say that the developers are not putting in effort in branding. What ? That's exactly how I found out about NAV ... due to their branding. I read an article about it in some crypto news site. The recent tripling in price was also caused by an article that was published in several sites.

Are you expecting NAV price to be more expensive than BTC by the end of this week, or what Huh
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September 28, 2016, 09:42:59 AM
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Cryptocurrencys are classified as an asset and will continue to be. More and more regulation will come in, and every day more and more tradional traders, laymen, and investors are coming from other markets and industry.
Honestly, I don't understand your concerns. Price is going up. This year price went up more than 800 % and the decentralization still has to take place. Then you say that the developers are not putting in effort in branding. What ? That's exactly how I found out about NAV ... due to their branding. I read an article about it in some crypto news site. The recent tripling in price was also caused by an article that was published in several sites.
I totally agree with your opinion.

People expect too much of NAV on a short-term.

The developers of NAV are working hard on their project in which I like very much the way they communicate. Everything in full transparency , they are also the first to help or to answer when something isn't clear for a certain investor.

People should make a difference about "good" news and "great" news. The price won't go "to the moon" with a release of a white paper as I've already mentioned this week.

For me, NAV is one of the most promising cryptocurrencies. If the weak hands would like to sell their NAV, for me fine as well.

Nevertheless, the news of the beta testing looks promising. I'm looking forward to it.







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September 28, 2016, 10:32:08 AM
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Hi Team,

Some of the feedback we've seen either here, the polo trollbox or further a field is that people are finding the Navtech Whitepaper a bit too technical. I sympathise that it is difficult for the layman and even the seasoned crypto investor to understand, not everyone is a software developer! Sometimes it's even hard for me to wrap my head around and I am the one who has designed and built the system! My head hurts!

Unfortunately this is the nature of whitepapers. It's like a walk through of the code and a full outline of how the solution works from a technical perspective. Have you ever read the bitcoin whitepaper? At least i didn't go that far! It even has calculus equations it it! Shocked

Anyway, Sophia and Mark have been so kind as to write an article which is perhaps a bit more digestible for everyone:

Quote from: Nav Coin

Nav’s new White Paper: The Cheat Sheet




On the 26th of September Nav Coin released a white paper for the re-release of their anonymous network. The 23-page document was written in impressive detail and explained the design, technology, and math, behind the simple tick-box anonymous send system. The groundbreaking design uses double blockchain technology and coin sending methods together to form an advanced anonymous sending system not before seen in the Cryptocurrency world.

Continue to the Atrticle


Thanks to Mark and Sophia for your efforts! I don't know what we'd do without you here to translate my geek speak into real english.

Talk soon,
Craig.

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September 28, 2016, 10:34:26 AM
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Im happy to see the big Dumpers gone and the Solid long term  NAV investors remain. Who can bring positive ideas, contributions to the Faucet a increase to Bounty and New ideas and conversion to the Coin.

Take a Solid investment Tip from me. Long term trade runs Pay with NAV .

Investing is not the only thing. When you go through the ups and downs of a Project and you reach the Final Goal. That is Priceless.
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September 28, 2016, 10:38:17 AM
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Thanks again Pakage, Sophia and Mark. Lets have a read and see if this layman can understand it Grin
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September 28, 2016, 10:41:08 AM
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great article.... I like the last summary.  Grin

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September 28, 2016, 10:44:50 AM
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Agree. People expect too much of NAV on a short-term.

The developers of NAV are working hard. Devs communication with community is verry well.
I like this coin and i will support it. Smiley
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September 28, 2016, 10:48:09 AM
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great article.... I like the last summary.  Grin


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September 28, 2016, 11:10:02 AM
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Hi Team,

Some of the feedback we've seen either here, the polo trollbox or further a field is that people are finding the Navtech Whitepaper a bit too technical. I sympathise that it is difficult for the layman and even the seasoned crypto investor to understand, not everyone is a software developer! Sometimes it's even hard for me to wrap my head around and I am the one who has designed and built the system! My head hurts!

Unfortunately this is the nature of whitepapers. It's like a walk through of the code and a full outline of how the solution works from a technical perspective. Have you ever read the bitcoin whitepaper? At least i didn't go that far! It even has calculus equations it it! Shocked

Anyway, Sophia and Mark have been so kind as to write an article which is perhaps a bit more digestible for everyone:

Quote from: Nav Coin

Nav’s new White Paper: The Cheat Sheet

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On the 26th of September Nav Coin released a white paper for the re-release of their anonymous network. The 23-page document was written in impressive detail and explained the design, technology, and math, behind the simple tick-box anonymous send system. The groundbreaking design uses double blockchain technology and coin sending methods together to form an advanced anonymous sending system not before seen in the Cryptocurrency world.

Continue to the Atrticle


Thanks to Mark and Sophia for your efforts! I don't know what we'd do without you here to translate my geek speak into real english.

Talk soon,
Craig.
Amazing how you're working with your community

Hard work pays off! Smiley

Good luck!
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September 28, 2016, 11:21:12 AM
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Another one to try Nav Coin Releases World’s First X13 Mobile Wallet - Press Release
http://www.coindesk.com/press-releases/nav-coin-goes-live-pos-online-wallet/
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September 28, 2016, 12:00:37 PM
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Thanks for your feedback everyone. Hoping the cheat sheet helps Smiley please let me know if there's anything that isn't clear.

best
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September 28, 2016, 12:17:05 PM
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Hi Again Everyone,

I would like to let the community know that I have just opened the gates for the first beta testers to try the new anon system. All the error logging is now in place and we are looking good to test under normal conditions.

After we can confirm the system is working as expected for the group, we will begin to test the edge cases of the system. Like, what happens when we have more pending transactions than the outgoing server can fulfil and a transaction queue forms. What happens if there are not enough subchain coins to send from the incoming server.. etc.. etc..

After this, i will look to introduce more servers to the cluster, currently it is operating with just 1 incoming and 1 outgoing server.

Once we have run the tests with multiple servers in the cluster, we will begin to widen the testing group to stress test the system further.

Step by step we will fine tune the system and get it ready for public launch in the very near future!

I will endeavour to keep you all updated with how the tests progress. Naturally there will be somethings that come out of the woodwork, but I would expect them to all be pretty minor fixes at this point.

Cheers,
Craig.

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September 28, 2016, 01:19:07 PM
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September 28, 2016, 02:09:18 PM
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Cryptocurrencys are classified as an asset and will continue to be. More and more regulation will come in, and every day more and more tradional traders, laymen, and investors are coming from other markets and industry.
Honestly, I don't understand your concerns. Price is going up. This year price went up more than 800 % and the decentralization still has to take place. Then you say that the developers are not putting in effort in branding. What ? That's exactly how I found out about NAV ... due to their branding. I read an article about it in some crypto news site. The recent tripling in price was also caused by an article that was published in several sites.

Are you expecting NAV price to be more expensive than BTC by the end of this week, or what Huh


I have no concerns. Just creating detailed and informed discussion instead of fan boy talk. New investors who visit the thread don't want to see fan boy talk. They want to see constructive discussion about the asset. Not just cheer leaders hoping for the best. There is nothing wrong with questions and constructive talk that gives the developers and  investors a chance to discuss the coin in detail and discuss the bullish oppurtunites that exist with in. That's what future investors want to see when they visit the form.

Any market is largely social engineering and phsycolgical, and providing constructive talk and insight pushes the social engineering trend for the coin instead of against.
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I have no concerns. Just creating detailed and informed discussion instead of fan boy talk. New investors who visit the thread don't want to see fan boy talk. They want to see constructive discussion about the asset. Not just cheer leaders hoping for the best. There is nothing wrong with questions and constructive talk that gives the developers and  investors a chance to discuss the coin in detail and discuss the bullish oppurtunites that exist with in. That's what future investors want to see when they visit the form.

Any market is largely social engineering and phsycolgical, and providing constructive talk and insight pushes the social engineering trend for the coin instead of against.

Constructive talk ... dude, you were whining about the price while the price has gone up more than 800 % this year. Then you were also whining about how the team is not branding the coin, which is nonsense because that's how I found out about it in March. You can't have constructive talks if you start the talks from complete nonsense and bullshit. At this very moment there is NO REASON AT ALL to complain about the team. The price went up A LOT, the are BRANDING the coin, they are replying to ALL your questions, and they released a WHITEPAPER explaining how things work. So it is ONLY UP TO YOU whether to invest in it or not. Maybe some people here are behaving like chearleaders, but you are behaving like a whiner that wants to buy something and expect to wake up a millionaire the next day.

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September 28, 2016, 05:06:10 PM
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Cryptocurrencys are classified as an asset and will continue to be. More and more regulation will come in, and every day more and more tradional traders, laymen, and investors are coming from other markets and industry.
Honestly, I don't understand your concerns. Price is going up. This year price went up more than 800 % and the decentralization still has to take place. Then you say that the developers are not putting in effort in branding. What ? That's exactly how I found out about NAV ... due to their branding. I read an article about it in some crypto news site. The recent tripling in price was also caused by an article that was published in several sites.

Are you expecting NAV price to be more expensive than BTC by the end of this week, or what Huh


I have no concerns. Just creating detailed and informed discussion instead of fan boy talk. New investors who visit the thread don't want to see fan boy talk. They want to see constructive discussion about the asset. Not just cheer leaders hoping for the best. There is nothing wrong with questions and constructive talk that gives the developers and  investors a chance to discuss the coin in detail and discuss the bullish oppurtunites that exist with in. That's what future investors want to see when they visit the form.

Any market is largely social engineering and phsycolgical, and providing constructive talk and insight pushes the social engineering trend for the coin instead of against.


I would like to encourage people (myself included) to spread the word about NAV as lots of new investors are still having their head deep in some of the scam coins. Good work is always rewarded and the only problem in crypto nowadays is that people are after quick buck rather than being a part of something that is revolutionary. People are investing in scam coins and most of them are losing as they follow the herd instinct. Ten people telling a lie doesn't make it a truth.....Just my thoughts  Cool
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September 28, 2016, 05:51:40 PM
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For Setting up a Anon server how much NAV is recommended for the pool. Looking at the white paper I can see the incoming server checks to make sure the outgoing sever has enough NAV for the transaction and that tx amount will be restored on the next cycle. So a buffer amount is needed so your sever will not be pruned from the next TX. The more you have in the pool the more TX you can process and collect more fees.

But if i set one up do I need 10K, 100K or more NAV?

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September 28, 2016, 08:12:49 PM
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No mention of NAV in :

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/crypto-currencies-a-time-to-invest_us_57ec0d47e4b07f20daa10138

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September 28, 2016, 08:36:18 PM
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It's just an article, has been on several outlets, they just don't know NAV or are pushing the other coins...
If all here just spread the news and word posting a bit here & there on socials we'll get into more places...

NAV Pools will execute tx only if they have the full amount or how will this be handled?

I guess the right amount is having enough to handle all kind of transactions, small and bigger.
 
It's easy to get the idea that people have an average budget so when 1 NAV hits 1 USD parity
there will be mostly only a lesser amount of NAV traded per transaction, with some exceptions.

Also, 200 NAV nodes with NAV pools to pay out transactions could be sized from 1000 to 100k or more...
 
It would be good to read some thoughts ... regarding how the funds are being secured and so forth
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