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November 02, 2015, 07:16:35 AM
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I was not disputing the existence or use of QT wallets in the future. No QT, fine. I'm asking if there will ever be a Linux compatible wallet. Excuse my ignorance, but is HTML5 not compatible with Linux?

Will the source be available post release?

Really need a IOC team member to answer, but the HTML may be compatible, that would be a nice added bonus.

Also, if you had spent, what must be 25+BTC now on tis HTML wallet, would you want to give it away for free for other people to copy?
I highly doubt it, i would be keeping it 100% locked away, closed source for a long time.

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November 02, 2015, 08:32:33 AM
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Are these new wallets closed source? No github updates since July...

Edit: In fact, no real updates on github for one year.

You all really need to read the OP.

What IOC is doing is one of a kind.  As mentioned before.  When the new HTML wallet is released it will be the ONLY wallet for IOC, period.
QT will be kicked to the curb, all focus on HTML  wallet for the future.
They are talking about taking I/O Coin mainstream to the real world. The HTML wallet is going to help with their overall plans.

The new wallet can have features added to it that will help with the overall user friendliness and future proofing.

No other wallet can claim these bragging rights when the IOC wallet is realised.

Yes it IS closed source, they dont want any bunch of scam coin devs stealing the code so they can use it to pump a shit coin.

So to be clear, there a plenty of updates since day one, nothing but solid, hard work and insane devotion from the IOC team and the rest of the crypto world can choke to death on the real developments IOC is developing.   IOC is for real, in a very VERY small minority of coins actually trying to be named along side Bitcoin and Ethereum.

So if you want a linux wallet, then look elsewhere.

Ehm, what? IOC is going mainstream, fine. But mainstream-only?
I understand that Linux is far from mainstream, but completely ignoring it isn't wise IMO. Moreover in crypto world, there are many Linux users.

I don't know how about you, but with such focus on staking, I would love to stake on my dedicated Linux machine 24/7.. I wouldn't dare to do that with Windows.

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November 02, 2015, 10:24:02 AM
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Are these new wallets closed source? No github updates since July...

Edit: In fact, no real updates on github for one year.

You all really need to read the OP.

What IOC is doing is one of a kind.  As mentioned before.  When the new HTML wallet is released it will be the ONLY wallet for IOC, period.
QT will be kicked to the curb, all focus on HTML  wallet for the future.
They are talking about taking I/O Coin mainstream to the real world. The HTML wallet is going to help with their overall plans.

The new wallet can have features added to it that will help with the overall user friendliness and future proofing.

No other wallet can claim these bragging rights when the IOC wallet is realised.

Yes it IS closed source, they dont want any bunch of scam coin devs stealing the code so they can use it to pump a shit coin.

So to be clear, there a plenty of updates since day one, nothing but solid, hard work and insane devotion from the IOC team and the rest of the crypto world can choke to death on the real developments IOC is developing.   IOC is for real, in a very VERY small minority of coins actually trying to be named along side Bitcoin and Ethereum.

So if you want a linux wallet, then look elsewhere.

Ehm, what? IOC is going mainstream, fine. But mainstream-only?
I understand that Linux is far from mainstream, but completely ignoring it isn't wise IMO. Moreover in crypto world, there are many Linux users.

I don't know how about you, but with such focus on staking, I would love to stake on my dedicated Linux machine 24/7.. I wouldn't dare to do that with Windows.

You raise a valid point.  If staking can be increased by 10%+ due to being Linux compatible then it would be great if the new wallet, after release, could then be adapted to use for linux, that would be fantastic.

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November 02, 2015, 01:18:35 PM
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your interest in I/O Digital - I/O Coin. Welcome!

When we release the new HTML5 wallet, there will be official releases and support for Windows and OSX.
You are able to compile a Linux wallet yourselves. We will have instructions on how to do that.
We will - probably - compile one ourselves too. Source code will be available yes.

The old QT will NOT continue to work when HTML5 is released.

If you have any questions, please ask.

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November 02, 2015, 02:28:15 PM
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your interest in I/O Digital - I/O Coin. Welcome!

When we release the new HTML5 wallet, there will be official releases and support for Windows and OSX.
You are able to compile a Linux wallet yourselves. We will have instructions on how to do that.
We will - probably - compile one ourselves too. Source code will be available yes.

The old QT will NOT continue to work when HTML5 is released.

If you have any questions, please ask.

Cheers
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Hi Richard,

hopefully its got most of the major kinks out before release...as would be really bad if it didn't work right.  I usually subscribe to the adage... if its not broken don't fix it...but if the innovation is that groundbreaking maybe its worth the risk.
If old qt wallet wont work, how much time are you factoring for transition?
also would that be considered a fork?
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November 02, 2015, 02:49:58 PM
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your interest in I/O Digital - I/O Coin. Welcome!

When we release the new HTML5 wallet, there will be official releases and support for Windows and OSX.
You are able to compile a Linux wallet yourselves. We will have instructions on how to do that.
We will - probably - compile one ourselves too. Source code will be available yes.

The old QT will NOT continue to work when HTML5 is released.

If you have any questions, please ask.

Cheers
Richard


Thanks for the info Richard. Much appreciated.
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November 02, 2015, 05:19:47 PM
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your interest in I/O Digital - I/O Coin. Welcome!

When we release the new HTML5 wallet, there will be official releases and support for Windows and OSX.
You are able to compile a Linux wallet yourselves. We will have instructions on how to do that.
We will - probably - compile one ourselves too. Source code will be available yes.

The old QT will NOT continue to work when HTML5 is released.

If you have any questions, please ask.

Cheers
Richard


Thanks for the info Richard. Much appreciated.

Will buy a notepad with my Augur profits and run the new wallet on Linux, so any Linux experts who run the new I/O Coin wallet, PLEASE can you write a simple to follow user guide for us newbies! 

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November 02, 2015, 05:56:20 PM
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your interest in I/O Digital - I/O Coin. Welcome!

When we release the new HTML5 wallet, there will be official releases and support for Windows and OSX.
You are able to compile a Linux wallet yourselves. We will have instructions on how to do that.
We will - probably - compile one ourselves too. Source code will be available yes.

The old QT will NOT continue to work when HTML5 is released.

If you have any questions, please ask.

Cheers
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Thanks for the info Richard. Much appreciated.

Will buy a notepad with my Augur profits and run the new wallet on Linux, so any Linux experts who run the new I/O Coin wallet, PLEASE can you write a simple to follow user guide for us newbies! 

I was asking for this a while ago, multiple times. Then tried to compile it from the source myself, failed. Tried wine (with not much hopes, but why not), failed.
Then gave up, moved my coins to exchange and waiting till then..

I was told someone managed to run the wallet on Linux, but asking for instructions or howtos was futile. Let's have better luck now.

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November 02, 2015, 11:26:40 PM
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Where has all the buy support gone?

Poloniex buy support now only 0.8 BTC

Bittrex only 5.5btc

Everyone taking Bitcoin to cash out (sell way too cheap)  people with money will always rules.

ALL alts are going to suffer BIG time from this Bitcoin rally.   mosy people will cash out way too soon, or try and trade and end up losing BTC.
Either way, very worrying times for alts right now.

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November 03, 2015, 01:20:29 AM
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Where has all the buy support gone?

Poloniex buy support now only 0.8 BTC

Bittrex only 5.5btc

Everyone taking Bitcoin to cash out (sell way too cheap)  people with money will always rules.

ALL alts are going to suffer BIG time from this Bitcoin rally.   mosy people will cash out way too soon, or try and trade and end up losing BTC.
Either way, very worrying times for alts right now.

what me worry!

rising btc will put pressure on alts...but isn't that a good thing if there are a couple of alt coin projects that seem like they could amount to something in the future. Like IOC. With so much focus on BTC and its upward move...I thinks its a great buying opportunity for alts...and it could get better in terms of cheap alt coins...then at a certain point when btc actions slows and stabilizes...that rising tide will lift all the other boats in the sea.
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November 03, 2015, 07:07:22 PM
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Where has all the buy support gone?

Poloniex buy support now only 0.8 BTC

Bittrex only 5.5btc

Everyone taking Bitcoin to cash out (sell way too cheap)  people with money will always rules.

ALL alts are going to suffer BIG time from this Bitcoin rally.   mosy people will cash out way too soon, or try and trade and end up losing BTC.
Either way, very worrying times for alts right now.

what me worry!

rising btc will put pressure on alts...but isn't that a good thing if there are a couple of alt coin projects that seem like they could amount to something in the future. Like IOC. With so much focus on BTC and its upward move...I thinks its a great buying opportunity for alts...and it could get better in terms of cheap alt coins...then at a certain point when btc actions slows and stabilizes...that rising tide will lift all the other boats in the sea.

I can honestly say i am devastated.  This is going to be a Nightmare before Christmas all over again!  Bitcoin run is going to kill alts, the people who sell to trade BTC will end up losing money or making money and not going back to alts.

Last years all time lows for IOC hurt real bad... this is going to be unbearable.   


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November 03, 2015, 07:50:11 PM
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Where has all the buy support gone?

Poloniex buy support now only 0.8 BTC

Bittrex only 5.5btc

Everyone taking Bitcoin to cash out (sell way too cheap)  people with money will always rules.

ALL alts are going to suffer BIG time from this Bitcoin rally.   mosy people will cash out way too soon, or try and trade and end up losing BTC.
Either way, very worrying times for alts right now.

what me worry!

rising btc will put pressure on alts...but isn't that a good thing if there are a couple of alt coin projects that seem like they could amount to something in the future. Like IOC. With so much focus on BTC and its upward move...I thinks its a great buying opportunity for alts...and it could get better in terms of cheap alt coins...then at a certain point when btc actions slows and stabilizes...that rising tide will lift all the other boats in the sea.

I can honestly say i am devastated.  This is going to be a Nightmare before Christmas all over again!  Bitcoin run is going to kill alts, the people who sell to trade BTC will end up losing money or making money and not going back to alts.

Last years all time lows for IOC hurt real bad... this is going to be unbearable.   



this may become a bloodbath. but a lot of investors take advantage when there is blood running in the streets.

could be good buying opportunity and may even get better.

just hope it doesn't impact on ability of IOC team to continue to fund project internally


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November 03, 2015, 08:40:19 PM
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Where has all the buy support gone?

Poloniex buy support now only 0.8 BTC

Bittrex only 5.5btc

Everyone taking Bitcoin to cash out (sell way too cheap)  people with money will always rules.

ALL alts are going to suffer BIG time from this Bitcoin rally.   mosy people will cash out way too soon, or try and trade and end up losing BTC.
Either way, very worrying times for alts right now.

what me worry!

rising btc will put pressure on alts...but isn't that a good thing if there are a couple of alt coin projects that seem like they could amount to something in the future. Like IOC. With so much focus on BTC and its upward move...I thinks its a great buying opportunity for alts...and it could get better in terms of cheap alt coins...then at a certain point when btc actions slows and stabilizes...that rising tide will lift all the other boats in the sea.

I can honestly say i am devastated.  This is going to be a Nightmare before Christmas all over again!  Bitcoin run is going to kill alts, the people who sell to trade BTC will end up losing money or making money and not going back to alts.

Last years all time lows for IOC hurt real bad... this is going to be unbearable.   



this may become a bloodbath. but a lot of investors take advantage when there is blood running in the streets.

could be good buying opportunity and may even get better.

just hope it doesn't impact on ability of IOC team to continue to fund project internally




Hi, no worries about funding. We don't trade any of the IOC we hold for funding purposes or personal usage. We as a team are holding. I know many big holders we know are also holding.

IOC price is not something we worry about. Yes it is cheap. But look at all the other alts like mrwhitebites says. All alts are going down.
I cant blame the traders because they need BTC to cash out. Its a cycle. BTC will come down sometime and when news is released any alt can be on the upperside in a blink of an eye.

Agree on the opportunity to buy more cheap if you want. Could be risky, but could also be worth it.
I'm buying more at these levels. Not saying / advising you should though ;-)

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November 04, 2015, 10:39:26 AM
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This Bitcoin rise and the bloodbath is causing to all alts on the exchanges, really caught me by surprise, i did not expect for one moment it would have such a hammer blow to all alts.

But as Richard pointed out, I/OCOin holders are made of stronger stuff, staking is well over 40% and virtually back to an average of 50%, so only a few small panic sellers are selling, I/OCoin still have an overall stronger staking percentage than any other POS coin i can see, a true testament in the belief of what the IOC team is doing.





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November 04, 2015, 12:50:49 PM
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This Bitcoin rise and the bloodbath is causing to all alts on the exchanges, really caught me by surprise, i did not expect for one moment it would have such a hammer blow to all alts.

But as Richard pointed out, I/OCOin holders are made of stronger stuff, staking is well over 40% and virtually back to an average of 50%, so only a few small panic sellers are selling, I/OCoin still have an overall stronger staking percentage than any other POS coin i can see, a true testament in the belief of what the IOC team is doing.






At least the price per IOC is jumping as well.
our low was $0.009 and now $0.015 per IOC if you could sell them at market price.
SAT price maybe low, but price per IOC is climbing. At our latest July top (15k sat), the price of one IOC was $0.032

Just how you look at it. 15k sat would be better now for sure.

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November 06, 2015, 08:28:15 AM
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Just looking at the io_Coin twitter account, its fairly inactive, does anyone here think it would be a good idea for the Official Twitter Account, to be more active, like a few posts a day?  I think it would certainly help. ATM, its like 1 little post per week, I/OCOin certainly needs to attract all the attention it can, you see many other alts being far more active and it seems to help them.


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November 08, 2015, 06:15:53 PM
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http://www.iodigital.io/  Outstanding update on the official I/O Coin website.

Maybe a couple of grammatical errors to fix.

I attached the photo to the twitter reply and included your user name Richard(you might need to unblock me to see it though)  with your expert business expertise I am sure good times are just around the corner.


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How to buy I/O Coin?

http://www.iodigital.io/how-to-buy-io-coin/

If someone can create a video instruction for that: thank you!

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November 09, 2015, 08:48:17 AM
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Great How to Guide (i remember writing a lot of it)  Smiley

All i would suggest is at the top, you put some simple steps, as it can get a little over whelming.

EG:

What you will need to do.

1- Buy Bitcoin (if you have Bitcoin go to step 2)
2 - Transfer Bitcoin to a exchange like Poloniex or Bittrex
3- Find I/O Coin Trading page. Trading name IOC
4- Place Order for IOC.
5- Transfer bought IOC to Desktop wallet


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Great How to Guide (i remember writing a lot of it)  Smiley

All i would suggest is at the top, you put some simple steps, as it can get a little over whelming.

EG:

What you will need to do.

1- Buy Bitcoin (if you have Bitcoin go to step 2)
2 - Transfer Bitcoin to a exchange like Poloniex or Bittrex
3- Find I/O Coin Trading page. Trading name IOC
4- Place Order for IOC.
5- Transfer bought IOC to Desktop wallet


(then the full explanation below)

thanks. added it.

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