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April 26, 2017, 03:54:24 PM
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Well, if you can attach a file to the block chain and transfer it with an Alias, then you should be able to set up an automated distribution system where you get paid and the wallet transfers the file ownership to the customer, correct?

I ask, because if you set up a bunch of block chain addresses with files, then they are perpetuated on the chain and no need for a storage server and all that goes into keeping it running.

Just thinking about the uses that are coming and why they will be practical.

I think this is bigger than many realize at this point.




Hmm not sure unless they did some sort of p2sh smart contract something like a hltc with secret.  What you can do is have an escrow service. The merchant will transfer and the buyer will release once he gets the file and checks the hash matches the offer description (i assume you include the hash of the file in some sort of public offer).

Doing it interactively autonomously would require wallet to be online which is less than desired. Offline design leads to either turing complete design or escrow.


So why would an open wallet be any different than a server with access to it?  If you had a wallet that only kept addresses assigned to unique files the worst that could happen is someone get access to all files in that wallet.  Nice thing about the block chain is that if someone were to do that and you keyed the files to those unique addresses, I do not see where there couldn't be a check system in place to invalidate stolen files in that instance.  You would effectively burn those tokens.  No different than licenses on software now that needs the key to use it.

And, if files were stored on the block chain, why would you have to run an open wallet?  Open the wallet to transfer the alias and close it.  If it can be done manually, it can certainly be done automatically with software.  That is the point of computers......

(Certainly if it was really easy to do, it would already be done!)



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Well, if you can attach a file to the block chain and transfer it with an Alias, then you should be able to set up an automated distribution system where you get paid and the wallet transfers the file ownership to the customer, correct?

I ask, because if you set up a bunch of block chain addresses with files, then they are perpetuated on the chain and no need for a storage server and all that goes into keeping it running.

Just thinking about the uses that are coming and why they will be practical.

I think this is bigger than many realize at this point.




Hmm not sure unless they did some sort of p2sh smart contract something like a hltc with secret.  What you can do is have an escrow service. The merchant will transfer and the buyer will release once he gets the file and checks the hash matches the offer description (i assume you include the hash of the file in some sort of public offer).

Doing it interactively autonomously would require wallet to be online which is less than desired. Offline design leads to either turing complete design or escrow.


So why would an open wallet be any different than a server with access to it?  If you had a wallet that only kept addresses assigned to unique files the worst that could happen is someone get access to all files in that wallet.  Nice thing about the block chain is that if someone were to do that and you keyed the files to those unique addresses, I do not see where there couldn't be a check system in place to invalidate stolen files in that instance.  You would effectively burn those tokens.  No different than licenses on software now that needs the key to use it.

And, if files were stored on the block chain, why would you have to run an open wallet?  Open the wallet to transfer the alias and close it.  If it can be done manually, it can certainly be done automatically with software.  That is the point of computers......

(Certainly if it was really easy to do, it would already be done!)




In order to transfer from one address to another you need to provide signature signed with private key of old owner thus the transfer must happen while wallet is online and a script can do it via zeromq or whatever watching for transactions. The system would either require interactivity (better to use escrow) or be in a smart contract that allows transfer on blockchain with predefined requirements.

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April 26, 2017, 06:00:58 PM
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Well, if you can attach a file to the block chain and transfer it with an Alias, then you should be able to set up an automated distribution system where you get paid and the wallet transfers the file ownership to the customer, correct?

I ask, because if you set up a bunch of block chain addresses with files, then they are perpetuated on the chain and no need for a storage server and all that goes into keeping it running.

Just thinking about the uses that are coming and why they will be practical.

I think this is bigger than many realize at this point.




Hmm not sure unless they did some sort of p2sh smart contract something like a hltc with secret.  What you can do is have an escrow service. The merchant will transfer and the buyer will release once he gets the file and checks the hash matches the offer description (i assume you include the hash of the file in some sort of public offer).

Doing it interactively autonomously would require wallet to be online which is less than desired. Offline design leads to either turing complete design or escrow.


So why would an open wallet be any different than a server with access to it?  If you had a wallet that only kept addresses assigned to unique files the worst that could happen is someone get access to all files in that wallet.  Nice thing about the block chain is that if someone were to do that and you keyed the files to those unique addresses, I do not see where there couldn't be a check system in place to invalidate stolen files in that instance.  You would effectively burn those tokens.  No different than licenses on software now that needs the key to use it.

And, if files were stored on the block chain, why would you have to run an open wallet?  Open the wallet to transfer the alias and close it.  If it can be done manually, it can certainly be done automatically with software.  That is the point of computers......

(Certainly if it was really easy to do, it would already be done!)




In order to transfer from one address to another you need to provide signature signed with private key of old owner thus the transfer must happen while wallet is online and a script can do it via zeromq or whatever watching for transactions. The system would either require interactivity (better to use escrow) or be in a smart contract that allows transfer on blockchain with predefined requirements.


Which was just shown in the video showing IOC transferring ownership via the alias.  So, back to my original premise, which is where block chains are going if they are going to actually be used in the real world......

If you cannot get there, then there is not much point here.  Block chains are not re-inventing the wheel, they are just rolling the wheel another way.
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April 26, 2017, 09:19:54 PM
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from what i got in the video demo this is not an online wallet or lite wallet so transfer aliases is done in a full node staking html 5 wallet. Devs get ready shit your pants im loading up on ioc, fuck polo and the fud
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April 26, 2017, 10:00:28 PM
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Just want it launched so I can play with it!   I am still amazed that people in the coin world do not get that these wallets need to be able to be open and used to create commerce so that the average everyday person can use them.  If that is not made true, coins will go nowhere except the exchanges to be speculated on.

Mass adoption through ease of use is the only path for coins to make it in the world, otherwise they are just play things for geeks and piggy banks for smart whales!
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April 27, 2017, 10:49:56 AM
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Just want it launched so I can play with it!   I am still amazed that people in the coin world do not get that these wallets need to be able to be open and used to create commerce so that the average everyday person can use them.  If that is not made true, coins will go nowhere except the exchanges to be speculated on.

Mass adoption through ease of use is the only path for coins to make it in the world, otherwise they are just play things for geeks and piggy banks for smart whales!

You couldn't be more right, in fact Andreas Antonopulos does a great talk about this on one of his talks. IOC is heading in the right direction, for sure we will see a shake out in the coming years to determine what can felicitate real growth for blockchain technology, and what is simply future speculation. Because at the end of the day the future is just that, the future. We need tools for today and I strongly believe IOC is just that.
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April 27, 2017, 08:31:15 PM
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Just want it launched so I can play with it!   I am still amazed that people in the coin world do not get that these wallets need to be able to be open and used to create commerce so that the average everyday person can use them.  If that is not made true, coins will go nowhere except the exchanges to be speculated on.

Mass adoption through ease of use is the only path for coins to make it in the world, otherwise they are just play things for geeks and piggy banks for smart whales!

You couldn't be more right, in fact Andreas Antonopulos does a great talk about this on one of his talks. IOC is heading in the right direction, for sure we will see a shake out in the coming years to determine what can felicitate real growth for blockchain technology, and what is simply future speculation. Because at the end of the day the future is just that, the future. We need tools for today and I strongly believe IOC is just that.

+100

Joel and the ioc team are way ahead of many in this spa ce, many people are used to only the  qt wallets, online wallets or web wallets.

DioNS brings something new and exciting in the space

The only people are fuddin are the devs from other coins with their testicles in a twist becuase they cant get a hand out so thy can use it on their shitcoin project.

Ioc is the real deal.  If i was the ioc team i would never open source this.

Make them work for it!

Say my Name.
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April 27, 2017, 09:32:59 PM
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Just want it launched so I can play with it!   I am still amazed that people in the coin world do not get that these wallets need to be able to be open and used to create commerce so that the average everyday person can use them.  If that is not made true, coins will go nowhere except the exchanges to be speculated on.

Mass adoption through ease of use is the only path for coins to make it in the world, otherwise they are just play things for geeks and piggy banks for smart whales!

You couldn't be more right, in fact Andreas Antonopulos does a great talk about this on one of his talks. IOC is heading in the right direction, for sure we will see a shake out in the coming years to determine what can felicitate real growth for blockchain technology, and what is simply future speculation. Because at the end of the day the future is just that, the future. We need tools for today and I strongly believe IOC is just that.

+100

Joel and the ioc team are way ahead of many in this spa ce, many people are used to only the  qt wallets, online wallets or web wallets.

DioNS brings something new and exciting in the space

The only people are fuddin are the devs from other coins with their testicles in a twist becuase they cant get a hand out so thy can use it on their shitcoin project.

Ioc is the real deal.  If i was the ioc team i would never open source this.

Make them work for it!

Open source is not the issue.  Being the leader is.  Lead on and don't look back!
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April 28, 2017, 12:48:41 PM
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I'm trying to withdraw my IOC balance from Polo to Bittrex, but having inputted that amount into the Withdraw field and clicked on the Withdraw button a message appears stating that

"Amount must be at least 0.01000000"

I've tried several times with different amounts above the minimum, each with same result.

I've raised a support request with Polo.

Has anyone-else experienced same problem or is it just me?
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I'm trying to withdraw my IOC balance from Polo to Bittrex, but having inputted that amount into the Withdraw field and clicked on the Withdraw button a message appears stating that

"Amount must be at least 0.01000000"

I've tried several times with different amounts above the minimum, each with same result.

I've raised a support request with Polo.

Has anyone-else experienced same problem or is it just me?

Mine went right thru.  Of course, I withdrew the day they announced the BS.
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April 28, 2017, 01:39:10 PM
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I'm trying to withdraw my IOC balance from Polo to Bittrex, but having inputted that amount into the Withdraw field and clicked on the Withdraw button a message appears stating that

"Amount must be at least 0.01000000"

I've tried several times with different amounts above the minimum, each with same result.

I've raised a support request with Polo.

Has anyone-else experienced same problem or is it just me?

Mine went right thru.  Of course, I withdrew the day they announced the BS.

Good for you  Smiley

solved the issue myself now all I have to do is wait for Polo to process the tx.
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April 28, 2017, 02:25:50 PM
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I'm trying to withdraw my IOC balance from Polo to Bittrex, but having inputted that amount into the Withdraw field and clicked on the Withdraw button a message appears stating that

"Amount must be at least 0.01000000"

I've tried several times with different amounts above the minimum, each with same result.

I've raised a support request with Polo.

Has anyone-else experienced same problem or is it just me?

Mine went right thru.  Of course, I withdrew the day they announced the BS.

Good for you  Smiley

solved the issue myself now all I have to do is wait for Polo to process the tx.

Glad it worked.
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I'm trying to withdraw my IOC balance from Polo to Bittrex, but having inputted that amount into the Withdraw field and clicked on the Withdraw button a message appears stating that

"Amount must be at least 0.01000000"

I've tried several times with different amounts above the minimum, each with same result.

I've raised a support request with Polo.

Has anyone-else experienced same problem or is it just me?
if your sending less than 1.0...I think you may need to use leading zero....like 0.1999

or isn't there an option to just withdraw max and it populates field automatically
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April 30, 2017, 02:13:33 PM
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I'm trying to withdraw my IOC balance from Polo to Bittrex, but having inputted that amount into the Withdraw field and clicked on the Withdraw button a message appears stating that

"Amount must be at least 0.01000000"

I've tried several times with different amounts above the minimum, each with same result.

I've raised a support request with Polo.

Has anyone-else experienced same problem or is it just me?
if your sending less than 1.0...I think you may need to use leading zero....like 0.1999

or isn't there an option to just withdraw max and it populates field automatically


yes, the latter ...as I eventually discovered Embarrassed
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May 01, 2017, 01:21:57 PM
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Hey all,

FYI. We still havent heard a single word from any Poloniex official representative. We only got a standard "i'm sorry i can't do much" email from their support department.
We tried everything in our powers to get an official response. None what so ever.

Cheers
Richard

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May 01, 2017, 02:01:47 PM
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Hey all,

FYI. We still havent heard a single word from any Poloniex official representative. We only got a standard "i'm sorry i can't do much" email from their support department.
We tried everything in our powers to get an official response. None what so ever.

Cheers
Richard

At this point it makes no difference.  Get DIONs working and out there.  Followers will go wherever the coin is.  I still cannot see why you guys are not a legitimate candidate for using IOC for an exchange chain.  Should be able to get there from here.
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May 01, 2017, 04:25:54 PM
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Hi all,

We have something great to share with you all tomorrow . This announcement involves a very important upgrade in the development of DIONS with some extra functionality that will help us to gain traction in upcoming Asian markets. We also have an announcement about a partnership discovery with an A-brand technology company. Stay tuned tomorrow!

Cheers
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May 02, 2017, 02:37:24 PM
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I/O Digital Foundation IBM, DIONS and BANGKOK BANK ANNOUNCEMENT



IBM possible partnership



We would like to disclose to our community, that as of this week, we are in talks and have in consideration to become an official IBM business partner. -- to be clear: there is no agreement on any partnership -- The exact details and possibilities are being evaluated by the I/O Digital board. Our focus is for the I/O Digital - I/O Coin Blockchain to achieve global adoption. A  partnership with IBM would give us a very broad reach in all FinTech markets.

Currently IBM is offering us to use Hyperledger via their api, but we are going to recommend to instead use our Blockchain with DIONS as a base code. Ideally on release of DIONS, the team will enable via API, the offering of our upgraded I/O Coin “DIONS” Blockchain, to all IBM customers, developers and partners. The team is currently working out the details and discussing possibilities as there is no formal partnership yet.

Throughout this process our advisory board member Mr. Nadal Antonioni (Former IBM Mexico President) will be advising our team to reach an even stronger relationship with IBM. We believe that over the next weeks, soon after DIONS release and code review, we -could- work out an  agreement for api implementation and adoption of our DIONS upgraded blockchain as is, with our services and added developers from IBM in our public Github.




International Languages Support for DIONS

In recent days, we have seen I/O Coin staking wallet nodes, light up all over the world, specifically in the asian markets.  We have several nodes in South Korea and now for the first time in China, Japan, Indonesia, india and Philippines. These markets have seen a boom in Bitcoin and cryptocurrency adoption. If you look at the current ETC popularity,  we see that most of the volume is now coming from these emerging markets especially, Korea.



The I/O Digital development team has decided to add support for 2 very important international languages for DIONS: Korean (Hangul) and Chinese (Mandarin). Due to time constraints we will be introducing these two language with DIONS v2. The entire DIONS V.2 roadmap will be available a few days after release of V.1. With news of further upgrades and new projects.

These upgrades to our code  will ensure listing on some of the High Volume regional altcoin exchanges, along with API’s for the development of Dapp applications and Fintech companies. We are confident that these countries / regions, will find DIONS extremely useful enabling the ability to add support “in the exchanges” for Aliases, RSA Key exchange, document storage and encrypted messaging.

The team is now actively looking for I/O Coiners to help test your region / language, please contact our project manager at joel@iodigital.io

Bangkok Bank
Bangkok Bank Innohub is a 12-week program designed for startups that have established product-market fit and have achieved some level of commercial and technical validation. The ideal outcome of the program is to engage Bangkok Bank and other clients through a potential PoC (proof of concept). The Bangkok Bank is running this program together with NEST Venture Capitalist.



I/O Digital was personally invited to join that 12 week program.  Bangkok Bank is one of the largest regional banks with a presence across Southeast Asia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan, as well as London and New York.

In addition, this is a great opportunity to establish a foothold in Southeast Asia & Hong Kong, or to expand our existing presence in the region through commercial partnerships.  I/O Digital responded positively to the invite and gave all the info necessary to comply with all required info. We are not yet chosen to participate, but this official invite shows where I/O Digital is being noticed and large financial institutions and Venture Capitalists are interested in working with our team and technology.

Thank you!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the whole community for sticking with us and supporting the project. Some rough weeks we had but we all managed thanks to all of your support. We have had many personal messages and compliments of how we handle the communication and project. This gives the team great strength and perseverance to continue like we did and achieve great Blockchain innovation and disruption. Thank you!

Regards, Team I/O Digital

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