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January 15, 2016, 12:28:57 PM
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Hi guys,

You all probably know this already, but if you have any coins on Cryptsy, please try to get them out of it.
I don't know if the withdrawals of all coins are halted, but they lost over 13,000 BTC the last 18 months.
Please check my tweet for a link to the blog: https://twitter.com/blockchainbros/status/687970856149106688

I hope your coins are safe.

Cheers
Richard

IOC withdrawal working there? I dont think so! If anybody tried it pls report it here, my friend got 5 bitcoin or over stuck there so if ioc withdrawal is still working in cryptsy then i can suggest my friend to buy ioc and withdraw his money.
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January 15, 2016, 12:35:01 PM
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Hi guys,

You all probably know this already, but if you have any coins on Cryptsy, please try to get them out of it.
I don't know if the withdrawals of all coins are halted, but they lost over 13,000 BTC the last 18 months.
Please check my tweet for a link to the blog: https://twitter.com/blockchainbros/status/687970856149106688

I hope your coins are safe.

Cheers
Richard

IOC withdrawal working there? I dont think so! If anybody tried it pls report it here, my friend got 5 bitcoin or over stuck there so if ioc withdrawal is still working in cryptsy then i can suggest my friend to buy ioc and withdraw his money.

Good suggestion. First try to buy a small amount and then send the bought IOC to another wallet to test it.
I don't have a Cryptsy account to test it.

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January 15, 2016, 12:37:30 PM
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Hi guys,

You all probably know this already, but if you have any coins on Cryptsy, please try to get them out of it.
I don't know if the withdrawals of all coins are halted, but they lost over 13,000 BTC the last 18 months.
Please check my tweet for a link to the blog: https://twitter.com/blockchainbros/status/687970856149106688

I hope your coins are safe.

Cheers
Richard

IOC withdrawal working there? I dont think so! If anybody tried it pls report it here, my friend got 5 bitcoin or over stuck there so if ioc withdrawal is still working in cryptsy then i can suggest my friend to buy ioc and withdraw his money.

Good suggestion. First try to buy a small amount and then send the bought IOC to another wallet to test it.
I don't have a Cryptsy account to test it.
sure, gonna check it myself first  Smiley
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January 15, 2016, 02:33:15 PM
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Poloniex is being a little strange today also, withdrawals are delayed and often being asked to submit a support ticket!

Going to remove ALL my coins from exchanges!  I highly recommend other people to do the same, don't come crying here when you cant withdraw!

PS: TWEET and LIKE on Facebook! I/O Digital Benzinga tech nomination for I/O Digital!

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January 15, 2016, 06:50:40 PM
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Please give us your vote on : http://benzingafintechawards.com/vote/io-digital/

You can vote by clicking a like in the top left corner. Facebook and/or Twitter.
If you do it on all two, we will get two votes.
We need 200 votes to go to the next round.
Thanks for your vote!

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January 16, 2016, 09:44:50 AM
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Please give us your vote on : http://benzingafintechawards.com/vote/io-digital/

You can vote by clicking a like in the top left corner. Facebook and/or Twitter.
If you do it on all two, we will get two votes.
We need 200 votes to go to the next round.
Thanks for your vote!

Richard

I cant post images here, but IOC now has 100 Votes!   (half way there) Please get all your Friends and Family on Twitter and Facebook to participate and share the link.
I hope we can get 200 votes by the end of today and get many more!

If IOC gets 500 votes by the end of January, i will give 5 lucky people here 500 I/OCoin and they can choose to do with it as they please EG: Give it to friends or family members.

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January 16, 2016, 11:16:19 AM
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January 16, 2016, 05:11:19 PM
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Please give us your vote on : http://benzingafintechawards.com/vote/io-digital/

You can vote by clicking a like in the top left corner. Facebook and/or Twitter.
If you do it on all two, we will get two votes.
We need 200 votes to go to the next round.
Thanks for your vote!

Richard

I cant post images here, but IOC now has 100 Votes!   (half way there) Please get all your Friends and Family on Twitter and Facebook to participate and share the link.
I hope we can get 200 votes by the end of today and get many more!

If IOC gets 500 votes i will give 5 lucky people here 500 I/OCoin and they can chose to do with it as they please EG: Give it to friends or family members.

voted, IOcoin deserves some recognition
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January 16, 2016, 06:19:12 PM
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Please give us your vote on : http://benzingafintechawards.com/vote/io-digital/

You can vote by clicking a like in the top left corner. Facebook and/or Twitter.
If you do it on all two, we will get two votes.
We need 200 votes to go to the next round.
Thanks for your vote!

Richard

I cant post images here, but IOC now has 100 Votes!   (half way there) Please get all your Friends and Family on Twitter and Facebook to participate and share the link.
I hope we can get 200 votes by the end of today and get many more!

If IOC gets 500 votes i will give 5 lucky people here 500 I/OCoin and they can chose to do with it as they please EG: Give it to friends or family members.

voted, IOcoin deserves some recognition

209 Votes! Nice to see all the community and supporters of I/O Coin help out like this, will be out of this world to get I/O Coin to the Finals of the Benzinga awards.

Who knows, I/O Coin could well be going there on the back of an award from the European Fintech Awards in April, Amsterdam this year!

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January 16, 2016, 08:07:49 PM
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Voted too, come lets get some more Smiley
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January 16, 2016, 09:52:31 PM
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Congrats.... over 200 votes puts I/O digital in for voting. Looking at the list of applicants seems like I/O is the only one offering blockchain technology. Could be the networking opportunities with the other applicants could be one of the more beneficial aspects of the competition as any one of those companies could be a potential client. Good luck team and thanks for all.
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January 17, 2016, 08:20:02 AM
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FEATURE REQUEST for New Wallet.

Think about security.  I would really like to have an option to enable "Email Confirmation" when sending out coins from the wallet.
Just like on exchanges, you have to click the email link to release the funds.

Maybe this will be easier than 2fa?  Something that would also be a first in crypto.  You could even ask Poloniex how they enable it ad get the code for the new wallet?

Just a thought.

Thank you.

PS: Do Not Forget to remove coins from Exchanges when bought and transfer to your desktop wallet and Stake them  Smiley

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January 17, 2016, 01:28:13 PM
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FEATURE REQUEST for New Wallet.

Think about security.  I would really like to have an option to enable "Email Confirmation" when sending out coins from the wallet.
Just like on exchanges, you have to click the email link to release the funds.

Maybe this will be easier than 2fa?  Something that would also be a first in crypto.  You could even ask Poloniex how they enable it ad get the code for the new wallet?

Just a thought.

Thank you.

PS: Do Not Forget to remove coins from Exchanges when bought and transfer to your desktop wallet and Stake them  Smiley

I like this idea. I'm going to place it on the feature request list.
Thanks

Richard

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January 17, 2016, 02:11:43 PM
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FEATURE REQUEST for New Wallet.

Think about security.  I would really like to have an option to enable "Email Confirmation" when sending out coins from the wallet.
Just like on exchanges, you have to click the email link to release the funds.

Maybe this will be easier than 2fa?  Something that would also be a first in crypto.  You could even ask Poloniex how they enable it ad get the code for the new wallet?

Just a thought.

Thank you.

PS: Do Not Forget to remove coins from Exchanges when bought and transfer to your desktop wallet and Stake them  Smiley

I like this idea. I'm going to place it on the feature request list.
Thanks

Richard

Was thinking of this feature and it came to mind is that the difficulty is in "talking" between the email link and the wallet. Somehow when clicking the link, the wallet / daemon must respond to that. not sure if that is technically possible. Adding Google Authenticator 2FA to the send functionality would be a good one to add imo. Just like with a 2FA on logging in on Bittrex and other services. Security is key i think.

If people have other requests or ideas, please let them know. The team can discuss these in team meetings.

Thanks
Richard

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January 17, 2016, 03:32:14 PM
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FEATURE REQUEST for New Wallet.

Think about security.  I would really like to have an option to enable "Email Confirmation" when sending out coins from the wallet.
Just like on exchanges, you have to click the email link to release the funds.

Maybe this will be easier than 2fa?  Something that would also be a first in crypto.  You could even ask Poloniex how they enable it ad get the code for the new wallet?

Just a thought.

Thank you.

PS: Do Not Forget to remove coins from Exchanges when bought and transfer to your desktop wallet and Stake them  Smiley

I like this idea. I'm going to place it on the feature request list.
Thanks

Richard

Was thinking of this feature and it came to mind is that the difficulty is in "talking" between the email link and the wallet. Somehow when clicking the link, the wallet / daemon must respond to that. not sure if that is technically possible. Adding Google Authenticator 2FA to the send functionality would be a good one to add imo. Just like with a 2FA on logging in on Bittrex and other services. Security is key i think.

If people have other requests or ideas, please let them know. The team can discuss these in team meetings.

Thanks
Richard

Hi Richard, 2FA has been mentioned before but seems to be too difficult to implement, hence why no other wallet (as far as i know) has it.
Thats why i was thinking email verification (optional) would be easier to do, i am sure Poloniex would give you guys the code, as how they do it.

Also congratulations on the Benzinga 1st stage, lets hope I/O Digital can go all the way to the finals, just need the developments ready #DIONS #HTML5 wallet.

PS: I/OCoin / I/O Digital had  more votes than Augur! ( i see they just sneaked ahead now)  Cheesy 

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January 18, 2016, 11:17:31 AM
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Lets get more Nodes and make it easy for people to run IOC wallets on the Raspberry Pi's!

Trying to find out how to run a PoS wallet (i/ocoin) using a Pi. 

This is the best post and reply i have read. (i have sent the poster a message)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070558.0

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I run all my wallets on Raspberry Pi. It works great for just about anything including solo mining, staking you name it. The only issue is that Qt5 libraries are not available yet to so ant apt-get install. It is possible to do a standalone compile of Qt5 but that becomes very tricky and the Qt5 compiles on a i looks ugly. In addition, compiling Qt5 on the Pi takes between 1-2 days.

In order to determine the strategy of a coins wallets on a Pi, look if the .Pro file has been setup for Qt5 or Qt4. If Qt4 then no problem it will compile, if Qt5 then skip Qt and just compile the headless daemon. You could always build your own Qt4 project if you really have the time and effort but it generally is not worth the effort. Here ans there are tricks to bypass the Qt5 issues like the qtwaitingspinner solution I mentioned in the one thread. In all cases headless daemon works perfectly fine. Qt wallets have a marginal advantage in that you can see visually what is going on with your coins and managing addresses with copy paste etc. There is nothing though that can be done with Qt wallet that you canot do with the daemon with a little bit more effort.

Iv posted several installation scripts for Pi wallets through the alt-coin section. If you want advice on a certain coin or want a script for it let me know.

EDIT: I would recommend the following 2 things for the headless daemon: 1) Change UPNP to "1" in the makefile.unix and 2) always check the src/leveldb/build_platform_detect to make sure it has read permissions for at least the account your compiling with, but it is ok to change it to "anyone" or world for the build.


PLEASE I/OCoin DEV Team.   Lets get a User Guide (script or whats needed) so many more people can run the I/OCoin wallets easily and cheaply using the super popular Raspberry Pi's  (latest versions probally best, Pi2's)

Thank you.

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January 18, 2016, 05:24:48 PM
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Lets get more Nodes and make it easy for people to run IOC wallets on the Raspberry Pi's!

Trying to find out how to run a PoS wallet (i/ocoin) using a Pi.  

This is the best post and reply i have read. (i have sent the poster a message)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070558.0

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I run all my wallets on Raspberry Pi. It works great for just about anything including solo mining, staking you name it. The only issue is that Qt5 libraries are not available yet to so ant apt-get install. It is possible to do a standalone compile of Qt5 but that becomes very tricky and the Qt5 compiles on a i looks ugly. In addition, compiling Qt5 on the Pi takes between 1-2 days.

In order to determine the strategy of a coins wallets on a Pi, look if the .Pro file has been setup for Qt5 or Qt4. If Qt4 then no problem it will compile, if Qt5 then skip Qt and just compile the headless daemon. You could always build your own Qt4 project if you really have the time and effort but it generally is not worth the effort. Here ans there are tricks to bypass the Qt5 issues like the qtwaitingspinner solution I mentioned in the one thread. In all cases headless daemon works perfectly fine. Qt wallets have a marginal advantage in that you can see visually what is going on with your coins and managing addresses with copy paste etc. There is nothing though that can be done with Qt wallet that you canot do with the daemon with a little bit more effort.

Iv posted several installation scripts for Pi wallets through the alt-coin section. If you want advice on a certain coin or want a script for it let me know.

EDIT: I would recommend the following 2 things for the headless daemon: 1) Change UPNP to "1" in the makefile.unix and 2) always check the src/leveldb/build_platform_detect to make sure it has read permissions for at least the account your compiling with, but it is ok to change it to "anyone" or world for the build.


PLEASE I/OCoin DEV Team.   Lets get a User Guide (script or whats needed) so many more people can run the I/OCoin wallets easily and cheaply using the super popular Raspberry Pi's  (latest versions probally best, Pi2's)

Thank you.

We don't have a guide on how to run our wallet of raspberry pie, people are welcomed to do this research. At the time we are focused on getting DIONS out, our hands are full.  Im sure we can take this on once we have DIONS out

Thanks

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January 20, 2016, 08:54:11 AM
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Lets get more Nodes and make it easy for people to run IOC wallets on the Raspberry Pi's!

Trying to find out how to run a PoS wallet (i/ocoin) using a Pi.  

This is the best post and reply i have read. (i have sent the poster a message)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070558.0

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Re: Raspberry Pi 2 for staking
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I run all my wallets on Raspberry Pi. It works great for just about anything including solo mining, staking you name it. The only issue is that Qt5 libraries are not available yet to so ant apt-get install. It is possible to do a standalone compile of Qt5 but that becomes very tricky and the Qt5 compiles on a i looks ugly. In addition, compiling Qt5 on the Pi takes between 1-2 days.

In order to determine the strategy of a coins wallets on a Pi, look if the .Pro file has been setup for Qt5 or Qt4. If Qt4 then no problem it will compile, if Qt5 then skip Qt and just compile the headless daemon. You could always build your own Qt4 project if you really have the time and effort but it generally is not worth the effort. Here ans there are tricks to bypass the Qt5 issues like the qtwaitingspinner solution I mentioned in the one thread. In all cases headless daemon works perfectly fine. Qt wallets have a marginal advantage in that you can see visually what is going on with your coins and managing addresses with copy paste etc. There is nothing though that can be done with Qt wallet that you canot do with the daemon with a little bit more effort.

Iv posted several installation scripts for Pi wallets through the alt-coin section. If you want advice on a certain coin or want a script for it let me know.

EDIT: I would recommend the following 2 things for the headless daemon: 1) Change UPNP to "1" in the makefile.unix and 2) always check the src/leveldb/build_platform_detect to make sure it has read permissions for at least the account your compiling with, but it is ok to change it to "anyone" or world for the build.


PLEASE I/OCoin DEV Team.   Lets get a User Guide (script or whats needed) so many more people can run the I/OCoin wallets easily and cheaply using the super popular Raspberry Pi's  (latest versions probally best, Pi2's)

Thank you.

We don't have a guide on how to run our wallet of raspberry pie, people are welcomed to do this research. At the time we are focused on getting DIONS out, our hands are full.  Im sure we can take this on once we have DIONS out

Thanks

I am working on finding a solution, in talks with someone who knows how to use pos coin wallets on Pi's ad also a company named ROKOS.  So should have a solution, in the next couple of weeks  Smiley

Many other pos coins have already enabled staking on the super popular Raspberry Pi   (not Pie, you cant eat it)

PS: Some good news would be very welcomed, IOC lost 20% in value in the last 48hrs..  :O(

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January 20, 2016, 10:46:11 PM
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Please give us your vote on : http://benzingafintechawards.com/vote/io-digital/

You can vote by clicking a like in the top left corner. Facebook and/or Twitter.
If you do it on all two, we will get two votes.
We need 200 votes to go to the next round.
Thanks for your vote!

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I cant post images here, but IOC now has 100 Votes!   (half way there) Please get all your Friends and Family on Twitter and Facebook to participate and share the link.
I hope we can get 200 votes by the end of today and get many more!

If IOC gets 500 votes by the end of January, i will give 5 lucky people here 500 I/OCoin and they can choose to do with it as they please EG: Give it to friends or family members.


I voted for I/O, I will happily take that extra 2500 IOC divide it by 5 and give each 500 IOC to myself. I won't even charge for this service Wink
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January 21, 2016, 07:53:44 AM
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Please give us your vote on : http://benzingafintechawards.com/vote/io-digital/

You can vote by clicking a like in the top left corner. Facebook and/or Twitter.
If you do it on all two, we will get two votes.
We need 200 votes to go to the next round.
Thanks for your vote!

Richard

I cant post images here, but IOC now has 100 Votes!   (half way there) Please get all your Friends and Family on Twitter and Facebook to participate and share the link.
I hope we can get 200 votes by the end of today and get many more!

If IOC gets 500 votes by the end of January, i will give 5 lucky people here 500 I/OCoin and they can choose to do with it as they please EG: Give it to friends or family members.


I voted for I/O, I will happily take that extra 2500 IOC divide it by 5 and give each 500 IOC to myself. I won't even charge for this service Wink

Hi Sam, unfortunately, the giveaway, is for non IOC Team members.  

But, you are a bit of a geek, do you own a Raspberry Pi 2 ?  Trying to find someone who can instal and run the IOC wallet then people can use the Pi's for staking, much, much, cheaper as it uses a fraction of the electric a normal computer uses.  Thank you.

PS: Staking above 50% again, very nice to see,  i seen 60% the other day, The IOC blockchain is like a high maintenance women, you've got to keep it (staking) up for a long time to keep her happy!

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