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May 13, 2015, 07:17:39 PM
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Please don't take it as a complaint because I am not complaining, i just wanted to talk about 1 or 2 things which have been bothering me for the last couple of days, i have been waiting for the fibre node announcement since the above roadmap was published back in october and now I am being told that the requirement were set so that "15k Fibre requirement was the only one acceptable to enable Fibre holders to get any revenues from the platform and not reduce revenues for core Blitz investors". Back in october there was no ocupy and there certainly was no alliance with blitz so I dont really understand why the terms are being dictated by the "blitz investors", what about us the fibre long term holders, what kind of revenues are we going to get? I have been holding 1.61% of the money supply (c10100) and at the end I get told it is not enough for a node. Lets not forget that fibre's total money supply is 630000 and blitz's is 3,735,206 coins, so 30000 blitz is roughly 0.8%.
The other thing i wanted to talk about is this idea of "investors", as far as I understand, Fibre is meant to be a currency not an investment vehicle and actually this was one of the reasons why I decided to be part of your community because I felt that the devs and their plans are there for the whole community not just the few with 15k fibre in their accounts.
Anyways, sorry to rumble on, I still love fibre no matter what happen and i am still grateful to have developers like you guys in charge of the coin
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I am not against Blitz or its investors Smiley


Hey, i am glad you asked, 15k is requirement strictly to gain additional revenues from whole Bitalize.com platform and BDN itself no matter what services will be running there (enabling Fibre investors to gain additional revenues above Fibre project thanks to Killakem`s involvement)

Fibre development continues the same together with ZT where the goal is to enable Fibre holders to gain fees for being nodes(the nodes from roadmap) and so they can help also with their wallets with others services and apps not only through BDN and Bitalize platform

The requirement for it was discussed at about 1k level Smiley

Thanks to cooperation we got instantly "Fibre in the cloud" part and will be able also to use Bitalize platform to host Fibre services there not necessarily using BDN

Stay strong Wink Android and Chrome App coming on 18th of May and Rev4 is being worked on at the same time together with FibreLock 2.0 and FibreOS 2.0



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May 13, 2015, 09:49:25 PM
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hmm, i find 15k to be quite acceptable for a node.

can't wait to test fibreOS 2 on the device Smiley
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Hey, i am glad you asked, 15k is requirement strictly to gain additional revenues from whole Bitalize.com platform and BDN itself no matter what services will be running there (enabling Fibre investors to gain additional revenues above Fibre project thanks to Killakem`s involvement)

Fibre development continues the same together with ZT where the goal is to enable Fibre holders to gain fees for being nodes(the nodes from roadmap) and so they can help also with their wallets with others services and apps not only through BDN and Bitalize platform

The requirement for it was discussed at about 1k level Smiley

Thanks to cooperation we got instantly "Fibre in the cloud" part and will be able also to use Bitalize platform to host Fibre services there not necessarily using BDN

Stay strong Wink Android and Chrome App coming on 18th of May and Rev4 is being worked on at the same time together with FibreLock 2.0 and FibreOS 2.0



Thank you very much Mxxxxxx for the prompt reply and I look forward to the 18th of May Smiley

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so how are Fibre and Blitz networks different?
will it be better to start with 15k Fibre or 30k Blitz to run a node?

which one will be more profitable?

60% of 40% of all platform revenues will be shared equally between node holders

At the moment Blitz node is cheaper but 15k Fibre requirement was the only one acceptable to enable Fibre holders to get any revenues from the platform and not reduce revenues for core Blitz investors

Cheers
my guess is i will need a static ip. Will i be able to run it on a windows machine or will I need something else?



but why a static ip?


meh. I am running linux- I sort of don't wnat to use windows for that... I am reluctant to get into bitching with compiling and isntalling missing libs - can I just copy the executable form FibreOS and run it on my regular system?

oh well I just try that but the version are a bit confusing...

If you need any help compiling a wallet from source please pm @Killakem or @mammix2

meh - i am not into that tried that with bitcoin from source and got a really frustrating experince because I couldn't compile it- gave up after spent a lot of time on it-
don't want that again.
at least bitcoin has an executable. So I tried running the Fibre-qt from FibreOS on my ubuntu 15.04 but I got some error messages of some missing libs so this is not so good either
so I have to run windoes or FibreOS, and I don't want to run windows only for a coin.

before I dedicate a machine extra for FibreOS maybe some of you guys can give me a hint: I want to use fibredark and in the directory on FibreOS it says fibredark, but the wallt is Fibre-qt

what's the deal with that? fibredark sounds really interesting but these different verions confuse the shit out of me.


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meh - i am not into that tried that with bitcoin from source and got a really frustrating experince because I couldn't compile it- gave up after spent a lot of time on it-
don't want that again.
at least bitcoin has an executable. So I tried running the Fibre-qt from FibreOS on my ubuntu 15.04 but I got some error messages of some missing libs so this is not so good either
so I have to run windoes or FibreOS, and I don't want to run windows only for a coin.

before I dedicate a machine extra for FibreOS maybe some of you guys can give me a hint: I want to use fibredark and in the directory on FibreOS it says fibredark, but the wallt is Fibre-qt

what's the deal with that? fibredark sounds really interesting but these different verions confuse the shit out of me.





There were two separate wallets earlier - with and without tor connections

FibreOS was released before Hybrid Tor Wallet 3.2 version(which includes both options with switch inside one wallet)

The wallet inside FibreOS includes FibreDark(tor connections) you can check it by going to console and using getpeerinfo

BTW when screensaver surprises you the password is Fibreos

You can also run FibreOS in kvm on your machine (it is portable os, your wallet is safe at shutdown, just rename iso to img if kvm needs it)

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May 15, 2015, 03:53:21 PM
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Today`s mining results 213+ FIBRE paid out to miners

Cheers

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May 15, 2015, 04:16:07 PM
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Today`s mining results 213+ FIBRE paid out to miners

Cheers

How much is that worth in btc or $$


 
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May 15, 2015, 08:04:49 PM
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Today`s mining results 213+ FIBRE paid out to miners

Cheers

How much is that worth in btc or $$

About 0.11btc at the moment, multipools are paying out every few days

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May 15, 2015, 08:42:00 PM
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Today`s mining results 213+ FIBRE paid out to miners

Cheers

How much is that worth in btc or $$

About 0.11btc at the moment, multipools are paying out every few days

Weak if you ask me!


 
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May 15, 2015, 09:27:04 PM
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Today`s mining results 213+ FIBRE paid out to miners

Cheers

How much is that worth in btc or $$

About 0.11btc at the moment, multipools are paying out every few days

Weak if you ask me!

Agreed, seeing strong hash support would be great achievement in future

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May 16, 2015, 05:54:33 PM
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https://twitter.com/fibrecoin/status/599632848879013888


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meh - i am not into that tried that with bitcoin from source and got a really frustrating experince because I couldn't compile it- gave up after spent a lot of time on it-
don't want that again.
at least bitcoin has an executable. So I tried running the Fibre-qt from FibreOS on my ubuntu 15.04 but I got some error messages of some missing libs so this is not so good either
so I have to run windoes or FibreOS, and I don't want to run windows only for a coin.

before I dedicate a machine extra for FibreOS maybe some of you guys can give me a hint: I want to use fibredark and in the directory on FibreOS it says fibredark, but the wallt is Fibre-qt

what's the deal with that? fibredark sounds really interesting but these different verions confuse the shit out of me.





There were two separate wallets earlier - with and without tor connections

FibreOS was released before Hybrid Tor Wallet 3.2 version(which includes both options with switch inside one wallet)

The wallet inside FibreOS includes FibreDark(tor connections) you can check it by going to console and using getpeerinfo

BTW when screensaver surprises you the password is Fibreos

You can also run FibreOS in kvm on your machine (it is portable os, your wallet is safe at shutdown, just rename iso to img if kvm needs it)

ooomph- so which one would be Hybrid Tor wallet 3.2? Fibre-qt for windows? I do have a windows 7 machine in the house but I rarely use it and I'd like to do without it, but there always are a few things where no linux solution exists, so maybe I'll try that.

And what different features are in Blitz versus Fibre? I could even start with some Fibre and some Blitz to see which one is more profitbale, but what are the different features in the two? 
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The silver Fibre rounds look absolutely amazing!! Nicely done!!

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ooomph- so which one would be Hybrid Tor wallet 3.2? Fibre-qt for windows? I do have a windows 7 machine in the house but I rarely use it and I'd like to do without it, but there always are a few things where no linux solution exists, so maybe I'll try that.

And what different features are in Blitz versus Fibre? I could even start with some Fibre and some Blitz to see which one is more profitbale, but what are the different features in the two?  

Hybrid Tor Wallet is on website http://www.fibrecoin.com/getstarted/

The one you have in FibreOS is older version but includes FibreDark, Fibre-qt.exe is just name of the file

Fibre and Blitz are different projects, just Killakem was asked and took lead on business ideas for Blitz

For Fibre you can find nice summary here https://slack-files.com/T02PXPVUF-F03DM47DB-f06e9352fd

For Blitz you need to look into thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=848186.0

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ooomph- so which one would be Hybrid Tor wallet 3.2? Fibre-qt for windows? I do have a windows 7 machine in the house but I rarely use it and I'd like to do without it, but there always are a few things where no linux solution exists, so maybe I'll try that.

And what different features are in Blitz versus Fibre? I could even start with some Fibre and some Blitz to see which one is more profitbale, but what are the different features in the two?  

Hybrid Tor Wallet is on website http://www.fibrecoin.com/getstarted/

The one you have in FibreOS is older version but includes FibreDark, Fibre-qt.exe is just name of the file

Fibre and Blitz are different projects, just Killakem was asked and took lead on business ideas for Blitz

For Fibre you can find nice summary here https://slack-files.com/T02PXPVUF-F03DM47DB-f06e9352fd

For Blitz you need to look into thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=848186.0
When will we  be getting masternodes(or something like a masternode) up and running. I have a windows machine is that ok? I am waiting on my internet service provider to get me a static ip.
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ooomph- so which one would be Hybrid Tor wallet 3.2? Fibre-qt for windows? I do have a windows 7 machine in the house but I rarely use it and I'd like to do without it, but there always are a few things where no linux solution exists, so maybe I'll try that.

And what different features are in Blitz versus Fibre? I could even start with some Fibre and some Blitz to see which one is more profitbale, but what are the different features in the two?  

Hybrid Tor Wallet is on website http://www.fibrecoin.com/getstarted/

The one you have in FibreOS is older version but includes FibreDark, Fibre-qt.exe is just name of the file

Fibre and Blitz are different projects, just Killakem was asked and took lead on business ideas for Blitz

For Fibre you can find nice summary here https://slack-files.com/T02PXPVUF-F03DM47DB-f06e9352fd

For Blitz you need to look into thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=848186.0
When will we  be getting masternodes(or something like a masternode) up and running. I have a windows machine is that ok? I am waiting on my internet service provider to get me a static ip.

We should see bdn beta in approx 1-2 weeks, yes you should be fine Wink

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ooomph- so which one would be Hybrid Tor wallet 3.2? Fibre-qt for windows? I do have a windows 7 machine in the house but I rarely use it and I'd like to do without it, but there always are a few things where no linux solution exists, so maybe I'll try that.

And what different features are in Blitz versus Fibre? I could even start with some Fibre and some Blitz to see which one is more profitbale, but what are the different features in the two?  

Hybrid Tor Wallet is on website http://www.fibrecoin.com/getstarted/

The one you have in FibreOS is older version but includes FibreDark, Fibre-qt.exe is just name of the file

Fibre and Blitz are different projects, just Killakem was asked and took lead on business ideas for Blitz

For Fibre you can find nice summary here https://slack-files.com/T02PXPVUF-F03DM47DB-f06e9352fd

For Blitz you need to look into thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=848186.0
When will we  be getting masternodes(or something like a masternode) up and running. I have a windows machine is that ok? I am waiting on my internet service provider to get me a static ip.

We should see bdn beta in approx 1-2 weeks, yes you should be fine Wink
Thanks for the quick reply...
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May 19, 2015, 01:35:43 AM
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I was going to buy a few but I think not any more.


 
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May 19, 2015, 07:07:41 PM
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Keep up the great support 453+ FIBRE paid out to miners

Sorry for slightly delay with FibrePay

It is coming Smiley

Silver coins presale will start shortly after release

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Testing of FibrePay progressing well Smiley



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