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January 11, 2016, 03:55:20 PM
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Are there any plans to make the HTML5 wallet run on Linux? I'd like to run a physical node i.e. an always on Raspberry Pi for example for staking and securing the network. I could build another (Windows based) energy efficient machine, but if it would be possible on a raspi that would be awesome.

Hi CTRLX,

What is the advantage of using Linux with a Raspberry Pi over using a windows computer using a Pi to run a node to stake the IOC wallet?

Really interested, i know nothing about Linux, i take it your are well versed in Linux operation, would love to here your views.  I also really like the idea of using Pi's to run nodes, other alt coins do it, dash very sucessfully, i think IOC could benifit greatly for education people about using Pi's to run nodes/wallets.

Thank you.

I think one advantage of using a raspberry pi is they only use like 5 watts,  windows computer would use what...like 10x the power.
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January 11, 2016, 04:29:59 PM
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Are there any plans to make the HTML5 wallet run on Linux? I'd like to run a physical node i.e. an always on Raspberry Pi for example for staking and securing the network. I could build another (Windows based) energy efficient machine, but if it would be possible on a raspi that would be awesome.

Hi CTRLX,

What is the advantage of using Linux with a Raspberry Pi over using a windows computer using a Pi to run a node to stake the IOC wallet?

Really interested, i know nothing about Linux, i take it your are well versed in Linux operation, would love to here your views.  I also really like the idea of using Pi's to run nodes, other alt coins do it, dash very successfully, i think IOC could benefit greatly for education people about using Pi's to run nodes/wallets.

Thank you.

I think one advantage of using a raspberry pi is they only use like 5 watts,  windows computer would use what...like 10x the power.

Power consumption is a BIG factor for many when staking.  So if i am correct in my thinking. To run a node/wallet on a Pi you would.

1- Buy Raspberry Pi $30 - $60 depending on the one you want, a little extra with screen.
2 - Power supply, if one is not supplied i hear you can run these off certain mobile phone power supplies.
a very good guide here > http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals
3 - Download the latest i/ocoin wallet.

Then i guess you will need some sort of OS system there, looking on ebay the memory cards all come with pre loaded software, so all good.

Then should be a case of using it like you would a laptop (kinda) and run the wallet to stake your I/OCoins.

So there is no need for linux, windows or Mac, or am i missing something?

How much memory would you need to run a IOC wallet?

Maybe the developers have a Pi and use it for running wallets and give us instructions?

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January 12, 2016, 08:32:12 AM
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IMPORTANT

PLEASE Retweet this link > https://twitter.com/FinTechNL/status/686601425053446150

It is from the official account of FinTechNL.  Tweeting that I/O Digital (the parent company of I/O Coin) is nominated for this years 2016 European Fintech Awards on the 14th April in Amsterdam!

Lets get many MANY retweets, share on all social media.   Thank you.

PS: Found and Ordered this fantastic Gig on Fiverr > https://www.fiverr.com/socialtm/retweet-5-times-to-50k-tech-fans-on-twitter

As it says, i gave him the Fin Tech Official tweet to retweet to 50k active tech fans.  
The community here could also order this gig or a similar one to spread the word and help the IOC develop team get more recognition.

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January 12, 2016, 05:17:41 PM
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Are there any plans to make the HTML5 wallet run on Linux? I'd like to run a physical node i.e. an always on Raspberry Pi for example for staking and securing the network. I could build another (Windows based) energy efficient machine, but if it would be possible on a raspi that would be awesome.

Hi CTRLX,

What is the advantage of using Linux with a Raspberry Pi over using a windows computer using a Pi to run a node to stake the IOC wallet?

Really interested, i know nothing about Linux, i take it your are well versed in Linux operation, would love to here your views.  I also really like the idea of using Pi's to run nodes, other alt coins do it, dash very sucessfully, i think IOC could benifit greatly for education people about using Pi's to run nodes/wallets.

Thank you.

I think one advantage of using a raspberry pi is they only use like 5 watts,  windows computer would use what...like 10x the power.

Yes that is why I asked. A PI consumes so little energy, so I'd like to run that 24/7 for staking. The advantage of POS over POW becomes apparent when you don't have to invest in thousands of dollars worth of equipment to secure the network In my opinion POW will in the end lose from POS if there isn't a way to channel all that energy into something useful.

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January 13, 2016, 11:22:23 AM
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The distribution looks suss. There seems to be  a few holders with large amounts looking to cash in. Just look at Bittrex.

I'm guessing that early on a few people mined most of the coins, and are now hoping to get rich. Or is this wrong?
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January 13, 2016, 11:54:11 AM
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The distribution looks suss. There seems to be  a few holders with large amounts looking to cash in. Just look at Bittrex.

I'm guessing that early on a few people mined most of the coins, and are now hoping to get rich. Or is this wrong?

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January 13, 2016, 11:59:42 AM
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The distribution looks suss. There seems to be  a few holders with large amounts looking to cash in. Just look at Bittrex.

I'm guessing that early on a few people mined most of the coins, and are now hoping to get rich. Or is this wrong?

Regarding mining, look at the block explorer it shows the first coins mined, up until this day! All mined fair and square, simple as that.

Not at all!  This coin was below 1k sats a year ago, so easy to buy 1 million coins.  Smart investor and the Bittrex Sells have been there since the early stages of this coin, it is the dumpers who keep dumping at 15k then buying back cheaper. Not to mention those top 3 "largest" wallets most likely belong to Poloniex, Bittrex and probably Cryptsy.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ioc/#!rich    Thats good distribution and not only that, it will get even better when old holders sell and new investors join the winning decentralized Blockchain I/O Digital team.

Comparing other POS coins with solid FACTS from BlockExplorer

IOC
40% avg staking.  30% top 10 (bearing in mind the top 10 contain 3 exchanges). 55% top 100 and 14% top 1000 wallets.  (#1 address owns 11%)
ARCH 23% staking. 32% Top 10. 48% top 100   20% top 1000   LArgest wallet own 21% supply
BLK 14% staking  38% top 10. 32% top 100 24% top 1000.  Largest wallet owns 20% supply
VRC 30% staking 32% in the top 10.  39% top 100  and 27% top 1000  Largest wallet owns 8%.

So as you can see, I/O Coin has better stats in nearly every area when it comes to distribution and Staking.  Only Vericoin has slightly better Largest wallet with 8%.  IOC wins all other stats.

I would urge more people to withdraw coins from exchanges (look at the mess with Cryptsy) and get them staking! Lets break 50% avg!

Looking at the Blockchain Explorer the distribution is good.  

Importantly, staking is 40%+ and has been for a long time also.  So at least 6-8+million coins are in wallets and most of them are staking.

There is NO other PoS coin with such fantastic staking and good distribution.  Cant argue with facts!

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January 13, 2016, 07:58:54 PM
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Hi is anyone else having troubles syncing QT wallet to blockchain?
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January 13, 2016, 08:25:46 PM
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Good volume today, I think we are getting some fresh attention.

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January 13, 2016, 08:49:00 PM
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Hi is anyone else having troubles syncing QT wallet to blockchain?

No, the QT and HTML wallets work perfect. I actually installed the latest QT wallet on a friends machine yesterday (running Windows 8 ), it took around 20hrs from start to finish to fully sync, then when it was, sent coins to it which arrived super fast (under 5 seconds!) and i know they have been buying coins last night and today ad sending to wallet and are very impressed with I/O Coin, to say the least.  

On the exchanges i am seeing slow build up of buy support, some real stealthy buying going on, very positive signs!

The next few weeks i can see IOC in the 7k region no problem, still a fraction of it potential value, which i expect to be in the 100k region within 12 months from now.  (write this down and thank me later!)

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Just to clarify one more time. Some users are experiencing issues with the QT unexpectedly crashing in OSX Yosemite or El Capitan. We are aware of this issue and we are currently working on compiling a new  QT for OSX 64bit. Once we have it ready we will announce. We are also going to release a new version of our current HTML5 wallet with a fix to address book and another fix for link to usr/bin in el Capitan.


OSX has a new System Integrity Protection.

System Integrity Protection (SIP,[1] sometimes referred to as rootless[2][3]) is a security feature of OS X El Capitan, the operating system by Apple Inc. It protects certain system processes, files and folders from being modified or tampered with by other processes even when executed by the root user or by a user with root privileges (sudo). Apple says that the root user can be a significant risk factor to the system's security, especially on systems with a single user account on which that user is also the administrator. System Integrity Protection is enabled by default, but can be disabled.[4][5]


So we are working to upgrade the current qt and html5.


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January 13, 2016, 09:39:35 PM
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Good volume today, I think we are getting some fresh attention.
Some of that is me
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Good volume today, I think we are getting some fresh attention.
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welcome!

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January 13, 2016, 09:53:17 PM
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Hi is anyone else having troubles syncing QT wallet to blockchain?

No, the QT and HTML wallets work perfect. I actually installed the latest QT wallet on a friends machine yesterday (running Windows 8 ), it took around 20hrs from start to finish to fully sync, then when it was, sent coins to it which arrived super fast (under 5 seconds!) and i know they have been buying coins last night and today ad sending to wallet and are very impressed with I/O Coin, to say the least.  

On the exchanges i am seeing slow build up of buy support, some real stealthy buying going on, very positive signs!

The next few weeks i can see IOC in the 7k region no problem, still a fraction of it potential value, which i expect to be in the 100k region within 12 months from now.  (write this down and thank me later!)

With the DIONS HTML5 wallet release we also will add a bootstrap to load a new wallet much much faster.
So it wont take 20 hrs then but more like 30 mins.

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January 13, 2016, 10:04:42 PM
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Good volume today, I think we are getting some fresh attention.
Some of that is me

Well then pardon me for mistaking you for trolling earlier. Sometimes it's hard to see nuance on this board. Apologies, but most of all welcome to our little hideout.

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January 13, 2016, 10:06:51 PM
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Hi is anyone else having troubles syncing QT wallet to blockchain?

No, the QT and HTML wallets work perfect. I actually installed the latest QT wallet on a friends machine yesterday (running Windows 8 ), it took around 20hrs from start to finish to fully sync, then when it was, sent coins to it which arrived super fast (under 5 seconds!) and i know they have been buying coins last night and today ad sending to wallet and are very impressed with I/O Coin, to say the least.  

On the exchanges i am seeing slow build up of buy support, some real stealthy buying going on, very positive signs!

The next few weeks i can see IOC in the 7k region no problem, still a fraction of it potential value, which i expect to be in the 100k region within 12 months from now.  (write this down and thank me later!)

Very good analysis, I wholly agree. Your 12 month timeline is a bit conservative I think though Smiley

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Thanks for the welcome guys.  Smiley
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January 13, 2016, 11:05:41 PM
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Good volume today, I think we are getting some fresh attention.
Some of that is me

Well then pardon me for mistaking you for trolling earlier. Sometimes it's hard to see nuance on this board. Apologies, but most of all welcome to our little hideout.
No problem. I completely understand. All good. Smiley
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January 13, 2016, 11:17:54 PM
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January 8th 2016 DEV UPDATE


Hello Everyone,

Since we started to work on DIONS, we kept everything in a private repo. This is the reason why our original I/O Coin repo is not showing any commits to the code. Due to possible jacking of the code, The team instead chose to commit to a private repo. Below you will find screenshots of our private github and our commits. Not all commits will be shown below, as we also worked on a Bitbucket account. That's where Derek made all the commits to DIONS, which we then moved over to github, when the code was completed. We wanted to share these images with the community, to show all the months of development that we have given to DIONS and the new wallet. We wanted to share this with you all, because we recognize that DIONS has taken longer to release than previously anticipated,  but is not for lack of work.

Our last code commit to github was November 16th 2015. That was our last commit of last year, but that's because we have been testing and working on code changes to the api outside of github.  This past week we worked on some more changes to the latest api proposition from Pat and today we made our latest commit to our repo. This commit is for consideration of our (DIONS) lead dev Derek. It contains the latest propositions from pat to complete the wallet and now we are awaiting on Derek's review. Once Derek is done with his review he will determine if Pat's request for new api calls are called for or not. If so Derek will have to make some new changes to the code and send an updated api back to Pat for implementation on the wallet. If it all goes smoothly then we set up testnet again to test that everything is working before our release.

Lastly we have one more dev opening that we are looking to fill and we continue to interview candidates for the position. As always, we would like to thank everyone that's following our project. We will give another update once we get more info..

ps. We are showing 1 of 4 pages of history because we didn't want to flood the ann thread with images.






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January 13th 2016 Follow Up - DEV UPDATE


 Derek has reached a consensus to streamline the final api calls to DIONS. Derek will be working on defining blocks of functionality in terms of packaged up calls to his api and how Pat can interpret this so that we can finally get the full implementation in the wallet. Derek will be writing a final proposal as clearly as possible so that we can all proceed with Pat on the final stages of the DIONS api implementation.


We will update again once we make the first commits on github,


Thanks Everyone

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January 14, 2016, 01:02:33 PM
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January 13th 2016 Follow Up - DEV UPDATE


 Derek has reached a consensus to streamline the final api calls to DIONS. Derek will be working on defining blocks of functionality in terms of packaged up calls to his api and how Pat can interpret this so that we can finally get the full implementation in the wallet. Derek will be writing a final proposal as clearly as possible so that we can all proceed with Pat on the final stages of the DIONS api implementation.


We will update again once we make the first commits on github,


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I/O DIGITAL DEV TEAM

Thanks Joel,

So, in plain English this means DIONS is the final step that is holding the new wallet back and once the api is implemented then the wallet will be ready?

Also, i suspect there is some good news coming regarding the VC meetings? Just looking on the exchanges, the buy support is building all the time , slow and steady and good buys are taking place, like somebody knows something Wink

Also staking is up to 42% looks like people are moving coins to wallets, which is great, more loyal holders investing.

Keep it up!

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