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March 29, 2017, 10:59:10 PM
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Great update! I really like the direction this is going with being so easily accessible to everyone.

I am very interested in running a NavPi. But I do not own one yet.

Do I purchase a standard Raspberry Pi 3 or are you releasing a custom version? I am in UK.






Hiya,

This one will do...

Raspberry Pi 3 Official Desktop Starter Kit (16Gb, Black)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_apa_GVd3ybEDV3R5E




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March 29, 2017, 11:00:30 PM
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Great update! I really like the direction this is going with being so easily accessible to everyone.

I am very interested in running a NavPi. But I do not own one yet.

Do I purchase a standard Raspberry Pi 3 or are you releasing a custom version? I am in UK.





I also want to buy one of the NavPi's
Navy team - Please tell how we do so
Many thanks

Hi mate. You need to buy your own unit, the Dev team will provide an PI "image" that you will install in your unit.

This one will do:


Raspberry Pi 3 Official Desktop Starter Kit (16Gb, Black) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_apa_GVd3ybEDV3R5E

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March 30, 2017, 05:01:16 AM
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Hiya,

This one will do...

Raspberry Pi 3 Official Desktop Starter Kit (16Gb, Black)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_apa_GVd3ybEDV3R5E





Thank you for the clarification. I have ordered this.
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March 30, 2017, 07:09:22 AM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..
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March 30, 2017, 07:14:31 AM
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Things are looking Great Smiley very nice job NAV team.

I got a couple of  questions though how do I setup a NAVTech node ? (the new Nav Coin Core 4.0.0 one)
Will I be able to run those of a PI 2 or 3 ?
Is the Pi image only for Pi 3 or does it work with PI 2 as well as I recall there is not much difference between those.

Again Great work guys looking good.



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March 30, 2017, 07:16:45 AM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..

I got another question is there a Max stake ? (that motivates people to have medium size blocks to keep the staking moving along at an even pace?)
PM me for example coin(s) that do this I don't wanna advertise other coins in here Smiley

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We pay for life with death , so everything in between should be free. Bill Hicks -- It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light. Aristotle
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March 30, 2017, 07:52:56 AM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..

well, in practice an amount of about 10000 would be required to give you a couple of NAV in a 24h period.
At least thats my estimate from my stakes

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March 30, 2017, 07:55:50 AM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..

I got another question is there a Max stake ? (that motivates people to have medium size blocks to keep the staking moving along at an even pace?)
PM me for example coin(s) that do this I don't wanna advertise other coins in here Smiley


It doesnt matter what size your inputs come in. In time, with staking, the wallet will break the blocks down to small pieces and use them optimally

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March 30, 2017, 08:10:35 AM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..

well, in practice an amount of about 10000 would be required to give you a couple of NAV in a 24h period.
At least thats my estimate from my stakes

But you will get 5% reward by the end of the year. So that will be 500 NAV by the end of the year if I am correct (if you have 10k coins)?

All what I need to do is do my calculation to make profit, buy the certain amount of NAV coins and start staking?
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March 30, 2017, 09:21:41 AM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..

well, in practice an amount of about 10000 would be required to give you a couple of NAV in a 24h period.
At least thats my estimate from my stakes

But you will get 5% reward by the end of the year. So that will be 500 NAV by the end of the year if I am correct (if you have 10k coins)?

All what I need to do is do my calculation to make profit, buy the certain amount of NAV coins and start staking?

its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit

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March 30, 2017, 10:56:11 AM
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Looking good NavTeam! You guys are an inspiration for us all! Smiley
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March 30, 2017, 12:24:36 PM
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Isn' t NAV coin the only coin that doesn't require a minimum amount of coin in the wallet to start staking?

For example:
PIVX needs 10k coins
DASH need 1k coins
etc..

well, in practice an amount of about 10000 would be required to give you a couple of NAV in a 24h period.
At least thats my estimate from my stakes

But you will get 5% reward by the end of the year. So that will be 500 NAV by the end of the year if I am correct (if you have 10k coins)?

All what I need to do is do my calculation to make profit, buy the certain amount of NAV coins and start staking?

its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit


I see. Thanks for the explanation!
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March 30, 2017, 01:07:18 PM
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its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit

by this do you mean to just have the wallet open on your desktop? or are there any other settings to change in the new wallet?
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March 30, 2017, 02:37:13 PM
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its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit

by this do you mean to just have the wallet open on your desktop? or are there any other settings to change in the new wallet?

If it is protected by passphrase, You need to unlock it to the staking mode! Watch out to only unlock for staking and not for sending,  for your own security.
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March 30, 2017, 02:47:17 PM
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How many premine coins?
How is NAV better than PIVX/DASH/MONERO?

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March 30, 2017, 03:31:20 PM
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How many premine coins?
How is NAV better than PIVX/DASH/MONERO?



Please join the slack channel.there are many answers you need
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March 30, 2017, 04:11:28 PM
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How many premine coins?
How is NAV better than PIVX/DASH/MONERO?



Please join the slack channel.there are many answers you need

I don't have the time to register at slack, I think it'll be the interest of many for someone to explain in detail why this coin is better than the three coins listed above. If it's not better, then why would I invest?

Also, I would like to know about the premine, this is a big factor before I invest.

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March 30, 2017, 04:17:49 PM
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How many premine coins?
How is NAV better than PIVX/DASH/MONERO?



Please join the slack channel.there are many answers you need

I don't have the time to register at slack, I think it'll be the interest of many for someone to explain in detail why this coin is better than the three coins listed above. If it's not better, then why would I invest?

Also, I would like to know about the premine, this is a big factor before I invest.



Sure there are some people that will explain. But the community that are already invested in this coin know what the coin can do and what the coin cannot do.

So, if I say this coin is the best crypto coin in the world you will trust me and invest your living in it? Go ahead. Better do your own research. Best advice I can give.
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March 30, 2017, 04:34:57 PM
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How many premine coins?
How is NAV better than PIVX/DASH/MONERO?



Please join the slack channel.there are many answers you need

I don't have the time to register at slack, I think it'll be the interest of many for someone to explain in detail why this coin is better than the three coins listed above. If it's not better, then why would I invest?

Also, I would like to know about the premine, this is a big factor before I invest.



Sure there are some people that will explain. But the community that are already invested in this coin know what the coin can do and what the coin cannot do.

So, if I say this coin is the best crypto coin in the world you will trust me and invest your living in it? Go ahead. Better do your own research. Best advice I can give.

See, that's one of a projects negatives. Not having the information investors need to find easily and efficiently on the website. PIVX has a compare sheet straight on the homepage which straight away attracts potiential investors. People don't have the time to read up on coins, with the amount of shitcoins being released, who has the time for that? If you cannot give a legitimate and clear explanation on why this coin is better than the three listed...well, bye.

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 Better do your own research. Best advice I can give.

Thats exactly whats he is doing.

Do you think do you help the coin with that answer?
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