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Author Topic: I/O Digital - I/O Coin - Blockchain Ecosystem - DIONS - POS CIPHER - CHAMELEON  (Read 622985 times)
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October 14, 2014, 02:19:37 PM
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DIONS

Is a Decentralized-IONS.  Meaning it will be on the blockchain and not on a central server.  Giving the advantage of being more secure and  stable. Meaning no more down times like you get when anything it attached to a centralized server.


Also the video marketing is being done by a very well respected animation developer and will help spread the word to the masses of our new upcoming white paper.

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October 14, 2014, 02:38:36 PM
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so with the new DIONS it will only cost transaction fee to register username and not 200 IO?

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October 14, 2014, 02:46:11 PM
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so with the new DIONS it will only cost transaction fee to register username and not 200 IO?

There might be a reduction in the costs.  Nothing has been laid out for that factor yet.   Many people do not realize that every single coin we get from the registration fee, will be used to donate to charities. Which, when the time comes to donate the coins, will be very well published here.

At the end of the day 200 coins is a little fee, especially when you know it is going to a good cause.  I do not see any other crypto coins giving back to those less fortunate and it is the least we can do in this world, trying to help others.
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October 14, 2014, 03:50:51 PM
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Do we have a fix for windows 8 wallet? Both QT and HTML would crash.
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October 14, 2014, 03:53:03 PM
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Do we have a fix for windows 8 wallet? Both QT and HTML would crash.
Didnt try html wallet, but my qt works ok, stake like a boss.
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October 14, 2014, 03:56:39 PM
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Do we have a fix for windows 8 wallet? Both QT and HTML would crash.
Didnt try html wallet, but my qt works ok, stake like a boss.

My QT doesnt work either, i am on Win 8.1?
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October 14, 2014, 04:30:41 PM
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Do we have a fix for windows 8 wallet? Both QT and HTML would crash.
Didnt try html wallet, but my qt works ok, stake like a boss.

My QT doesnt work either, i am on Win 8.1?

Hi,

We updated our server for ions and this caused a slight issue with the wallets.

I can confirm all wallets work perfectly now.    Simply close your wallet and restart it.
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October 14, 2014, 04:46:03 PM
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Do we have a fix for windows 8 wallet? Both QT and HTML would crash.
Didnt try html wallet, but my qt works ok, stake like a boss.

My QT doesnt work either, i am on Win 8.1?

Hi,

We updated our server for ions and this caused a slight issue with the wallets.

I can confirm all wallets work perfectly now.    Simply close your wallet and restart it.

Thanks, it works!
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October 14, 2014, 06:11:56 PM
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Patience, Quality will always prevail. thank you Devs

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October 14, 2014, 08:59:46 PM
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IONS FEE

Recently, a question came up about the IONS fee for registering your IONS username. Here you will read a full explanation as to what the fee is being used for. In an effort to show the openness and honesty of I/O Coin (which we pride ourselves on), we have included the wallet address so that anyone can be free to check the coin balance at any given time.

I/O Coin & IONS fee's address: iou5UgEAeNwn5W8ma5fDsUEXx1LwhVVta1

This address is the final destination of the fees collected from IONS at registration. Please note that when a user sends the 200 I/O Coin payment, it assigns a unique address each time. We then collect the fees from these addresses and hold them in the main wallet, which we also stake in order to help secure the network.

You can easily calculate the fees we have gathered by simply seeing how many usernames have been registered with us, which is currently 112. So, 112 (users) x 200 (fee) = 22,400 (I/O Coin digital currency).  You will also note that when you check the wallet address on the blockchain (using our block explorer found here: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ioc/), the balance may be missing around 200-1000 (2-6 fees) at any one time. The reason being that we need to transfer the funds, as mentioned above.

But one thing is for sure, when the time comes to donate the coins, every one will be accounted for.

The reason we charge a fee:

The small fee of only 200 I/O coins adds the protection of preventing people from creating multiple user-names and spamming the IONS name server. After all, we only want names that will be active as opposed to ones that might have been created for the purpose of squatting there. A classic example of this is the “.com” boom. People were collecting domain names just to then sit on them in hopes of one day selling them for a hefty profit.

Most importantly, the fee will be used to help others that are less fortunate than us by being donated to charitable causes. The community will have the authority to decide what particular cause/organization the funds will be donated to. We will not dump the coins collected from the IONS fee's into the exchange.  They will be offered to a community member that intends to buy them at current BTC price. We can also send our coins to charities by setting them up with a wallet for the exchange of BTC. Examples of our charitable work is currently on our thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=695855.0


In post: #381, I/O Coin digital currency donated $10,000 USD. The sum was donated to the rape and torture victim Mairelis Gonzalez and other victims. Mairelis is one of the  women that was part of a group of 34 Cubans arrested after arriving in Nassau on the coast of Bahamas. Lorenzo Palomares is the  Constitutional lawyer and a trial lawyer that represents the victims in the case.

In the same post: The IO Community has also donated $200 for Diego Jaens surgery. Diego suffers from neurofibromatosis, a severe tumor on his face, which grew by 120 percent after his last surgery in 2011, where doctors were able to extract 70 percent of the tumor mass. Diego's first surgery has been a success, as his Doctor mentions. He is currently in intensive care, recuperating before his second operation.

In Post #806, our Developer donated $100 to the well known “Ice Bucket Challenge”, nominating other well known crypto coins to match this donation. None of them accepted.

So as you can see, the IONS fee will play an important part on our charitable donations. We will be able to contribute to noble causes, meanwhile, restoring faith that has been severely hindered among the crypto communities throughout the past months.

We would just like to take this opportunity to thank all our supporters (new and old) here at I/O Coin Digital Currency and we can say the future is looking much brighter.

Many thanks from the I/O Coin Digital Currency Team!

Remember to follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/IO_Coin
and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iocoindigitalcurrency

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October 14, 2014, 09:30:47 PM
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I can understand why u want make fee, but i dont think that its good (it would be good in perfect world, our world is far from being perfect). At the end someone can kill you and steal IO from fees (yeah hardcore), and ppl will always say that u can steal something etc etc. It would be nice if we can use fees from registration for POS rewards, we would have less inflation.
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October 14, 2014, 10:00:40 PM
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Question about the html5 wallet. I downloaded it on windows 7, my iocoin from the QT wallet loaded in automatically, but it says my wallet is locked. Does this mean it is not staking now? How do I unlock it? I did not previously have it encrypted because I was staking my coins.

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October 14, 2014, 10:09:47 PM
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Question about the html5 wallet. I downloaded it on windows 7, my iocoin from the QT wallet loaded in automatically, but it says my wallet is locked. Does this mean it is not staking now? How do I unlock it? I did not previously have it encrypted because I was staking my coins.

Ok click on the lock icon, is going to ask you to create a passphrase if you didn't have one and the it will unlock. Once unlocked it will start staking  Smiley

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October 14, 2014, 10:18:26 PM
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when i click the icon it asks for a passphrase, but I never had a passphrase.

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October 14, 2014, 10:35:34 PM
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when i click the icon it asks for a passphrase, but I never had a passphrase.

OPTION 1

Leave field blank, press check to accept or go to settings in html5 wallet and create new password. Leave old password field empty



OPTION 2

Close your html5 wallet, open your qt. Back up your your wallet.dat

Create a passphrase, close qt and open html5 wallet, Click on lock and enter password.

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October 14, 2014, 11:59:08 PM
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really liking the Android walllet......except i guess it does not stake right?

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October 15, 2014, 06:13:49 AM
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What is this eset? Full scan?? Never heard of such things...
You need Internet protection on an android phone?? It sounds highly insecure...

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October 15, 2014, 07:20:15 AM
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What is this eset? Full scan?? Never heard of such things...
You need Internet protection on an android phone?? It sounds highly insecure...

What?  Don't tell me you have a Android phone and do not have any anti virus for it?

http://www.eset.com/us/home/products/mobile-security-android/

Many people forget a android phone is just like a desktop computer when it connects online. And just like when you are browsing online your mobile phone can get 'infected' just like a desktop computer.

So quite the opposite, its highly secure!
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October 15, 2014, 07:25:21 AM
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What is this eset? Full scan?? Never heard of such things...
You need Internet protection on an android phone?? It sounds highly insecure...

What?  Don't tell me you have a Android phone and do not have any anti virus for it?

http://www.eset.com/us/home/products/mobile-security-android/

Many people forget a android phone is just like a desktop computer when it connects online. And just like when you are browsing online your mobile phone can get 'infected' just like a desktop computer.

So quite the opposite, its highly secure!

One needs anitvirus tools for Android phones??? oO
I'm glad i'm on iPhone then  Cool

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Ok. To confirm. You do not use any internet protection for your iphone?
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