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October 21, 2014, 09:16:29 PM
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We are already spending our own funds to get the real important work done,
so if the community wants gizmos done that don't really add much to the coin except
astetics we invite you all to donate to get block explorers with rich lists done
if that is what you want. The foundation on the other hand is only prepared to spend money
on important roadmap stuff, but i certainly see small little projects like coin astetics as an
excellent avenue for you the community to help out your own investments.
We simply don't have the time or the funds to do things like this, and i'm with
mdtspain this is just throwing money away for the foundation.

We have set up a community donation fund, for things just like this your ideas
and if enough of you want it then please donate and we will find free devs to develop
these sort of things for the good of everyone Wink
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October 22, 2014, 01:53:51 AM
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Hi,
can I ask you what is done and what is being implemented rigth now?
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October 22, 2014, 02:38:38 AM
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And they are in my wallet... Grin Just for everybody to know, I have now 5.2 mill coins. They won't go back to the exchange untill MWC is worth 1 USD.



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October 22, 2014, 11:12:43 AM
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Hi,
can I ask you what is done and what is being implemented rigth now?
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Since we took over the coin, we have made a new website, Block Explorer, new wallet design with block explorer and irc chat, implemented own developed MultiShift Anon.

On this moment we are doing the last adjustments on our own developed PoS Multipool and the first tests on the Cryptsy Exchange are on the way for our first stage in-wallet trading which will have trading on 4 Exchanges with all the trading pairs activated.
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October 23, 2014, 06:34:53 AM
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Dear Community

in a few days we have a giveaway for you guys:)

it will be most likely a kind of twitter Competition.

More about it on the next coming saturday :-)

cheers

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October 23, 2014, 09:14:13 AM
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Dear Community

in a few days we have a giveaway for you guys:)

it will be most likely a kind of twitter Competition.

More about it on the next coming saturday :-)

cheers

Go Twitter Buzz!

What is the progress to the Multiwallet Integration?

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Chris
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October 23, 2014, 09:44:14 AM
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Dear Community

in a few days we have a giveaway for you guys:)

it will be most likely a kind of twitter Competition.

More about it on the next coming saturday :-)

cheers

Go Twitter Buzz!

What is the progress to the Multiwallet Integration?

Thanks,

Chris

We are first going to finish the in wallet trading, test it and then launch the new wallet with it.
It looks like it that the Multipool will be finnished this weekend (fingers crossed), then Griffith will give his full attention to the Multiwallet Integration.

We can also expect major changes to the wallet, because hosting multiple coins in 1 wallet needs a different lay-out, more space and many more technical changes
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October 24, 2014, 06:25:35 PM
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FRIDAY UPDATE

We are still currently working diligently on inwallet trading and multiple coin support!

AS far as i can tell we are well over 3 quarters of the way finished on both, but as you

no doubt can imagine it is hard to get a hard figure on this especially when the devs are

working so hard and as quick as they possibly and humanly can on this.

Again I would like to remind everyone that no one is paying these guys for their time

and they do have lives to live like everyone else.

We in the foundation are doing all of this because we are all 100% committed to the

vision and goals set out and they will be achieved.

It has only been roughly 6-7 weeks since we started working on multiwallet

so we are well on schedule, I would venture to say ahead of schedule considering

we are a fully anonymous coin now, when multiwalletcoin as it was could only hope

to be anon in the future, as well as the shiny new wallets we all have.

SO that is the state of play as of today we do have much to look forward to especially

in the next 10 - 30 days and i'm certain you will all be gobsmacked as in know i am,

and the industry will never be the same again Wink

So those of you out there clever enough to still have your investments keep them!

Stake your coins and make more!!

I certainly am and as soon as i or any of the PR have the details, you will all be the first

to know!

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THERE IS AN ACTIVITY REPORT LINK ON THE OP AT THE
THE BEGGINNING OF THE ANN PAGE AT THE TOP HERE IS THE LINK AGAIN

Multiwallet Activity Report, often updated over time

https://docs.google.com/document/d/19lJagq3vz-L4TKuCLbZvH1B9U8dAV_RpjBwGfEme4Sw

Again Remember this is not a pump and dump coin and never will be,

this is a once in a lifetime investment and i encourage you all again to go over

the OP Roadmap and read it properly.

Thank you again for your all your support on here facebook twitter and irc!!

and we'll see you on the other side of a bright new future soon Grin

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October 24, 2014, 06:46:31 PM
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great news  Wink looking forward to the new features
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October 24, 2014, 07:27:13 PM
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The growth rate of the blockchain is fairly good, the Blockchain is approximately 11 weeks old at a combined rate of 60 mb which makes an estimated size of 275-300 mb a year.

Something you can look into in the future once you hit the 1-2 year mark is that you can load up a complete Blockchain for people to download to sync quickly so by that time it may take several days to sync a full node but if you can download a full copy of the Blockchain, it might only be about 30 minutes.
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October 24, 2014, 07:33:09 PM
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Yes thank you for the suggestion

we will certainly look into that as its bloody dreadfull

doing the same for B and L coins so yes i am sure we can

do something about this when the time comes Wink
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October 24, 2014, 11:42:09 PM
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The growth rate of the blockchain is fairly good, the Blockchain is approximately 11 weeks old at a combined rate of 60 mb which makes an estimated size of 275-300 mb a year.

Something you can look into in the future once you hit the 1-2 year mark is that you can load up a complete Blockchain for people to download to sync quickly so by that time it may take several days to sync a full node but if you can download a full copy of the Blockchain, it might only be about 30 minutes.

in 1-2 years internet speeds will have increased enough that a 600 mb download will not take "days". a 600 mb download right now only takes like an hour so i dont think this will actually be an issue.
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The growth rate of the blockchain is fairly good, the Blockchain is approximately 11 weeks old at a combined rate of 60 mb which makes an estimated size of 275-300 mb a year.

Something you can look into in the future once you hit the 1-2 year mark is that you can load up a complete Blockchain for people to download to sync quickly so by that time it may take several days to sync a full node but if you can download a full copy of the Blockchain, it might only be about 30 minutes.

in 1-2 years internet speeds will have increased enough that a 600 mb download will not take "days". a 600 mb download right now only takes like an hour so i dont think this will actually be an issue.

No it isn't really an issue but download times are much slower when syncing than if you were to have the whole Blockchain available for download from a dedicated site, plus most of the real difference is improving how blocks are downloaded from peers.

275 MB over a year is a really good number (top 10%), Monero is about 3-4 GB a year. This means that there is plenty of time to make all kinds of improvements in efficiency.

I did a little experimenting with downloading from a dedicated site earlier this year and something that can be looked into. The way it would work is you would sync a full node with no balance, make a copy of everything in the roaming folder but the wallet.dat and load it up to a dedicated site. People can download the zip file and sync from where it left off, to sync fully using the wallet can take quite a while depending on the GUI speed but a dedicated host like megaupload can do 600 mb in 15 minutes.

I'm pretty sure working the Blockchain into a torrent would yield even better results.
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The growth rate of the blockchain is fairly good, the Blockchain is approximately 11 weeks old at a combined rate of 60 mb which makes an estimated size of 275-300 mb a year.

Something you can look into in the future once you hit the 1-2 year mark is that you can load up a complete Blockchain for people to download to sync quickly so by that time it may take several days to sync a full node but if you can download a full copy of the Blockchain, it might only be about 30 minutes.

in 1-2 years internet speeds will have increased enough that a 600 mb download will not take "days". a 600 mb download right now only takes like an hour so i dont think this will actually be an issue.

No it isn't really an issue but download times are much slower when syncing than if you were to have the whole Blockchain available for download from a dedicated site, plus most of the real difference is improving how blocks are downloaded from peers.

275 MB over a year is a really good number (top 10%), Monero is about 3-4 GB a year. This means that there is plenty of time to make all kinds of improvements in efficiency.

I did a little experimenting with downloading from a dedicated site earlier this year and something that can be looked into. The way it would work is you would sync a full node with no balance, make a copy of everything in the roaming folder but the wallet.dat and load it up to a dedicated site. People can download the zip file and sync from where it left off, to sync fully using the wallet can take quite a while depending on the GUI speed but a dedicated host like megaupload can do 600 mb in 15 minutes.

I'm pretty sure working the Blockchain into a torrent would yield even better results.

On this moment we are working on 2 main things, that is In Wallet Trading and the Multicoin Support. How coins going to handle the growing blockchain is not a priority at the moment for any coin, not even for Bitcoin.

The in wallet trading is going nicly, the first tests on the first Exchange had some problems, but that is all resolved. The coding can start for the second exchange.

The Multicoin Support is also in the coding fase. The plan is to start with 2 coins in fase 1, if that all goes well then the expansion will take place to more coins. So in fase 1 from the Multicoin Support we can expect 1 wallet for 2 different coins and in fase 2  we plan to expand the number of coins supported by 1 wallet.


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The growth rate of the blockchain is fairly good, the Blockchain is approximately 11 weeks old at a combined rate of 60 mb which makes an estimated size of 275-300 mb a year.

Something you can look into in the future once you hit the 1-2 year mark is that you can load up a complete Blockchain for people to download to sync quickly so by that time it may take several days to sync a full node but if you can download a full copy of the Blockchain, it might only be about 30 minutes.

in 1-2 years internet speeds will have increased enough that a 600 mb download will not take "days". a 600 mb download right now only takes like an hour so i dont think this will actually be an issue.

No it isn't really an issue but download times are much slower when syncing than if you were to have the whole Blockchain available for download from a dedicated site, plus most of the real difference is improving how blocks are downloaded from peers.

275 MB over a year is a really good number (top 10%), Monero is about 3-4 GB a year. This means that there is plenty of time to make all kinds of improvements in efficiency.

I did a little experimenting with downloading from a dedicated site earlier this year and something that can be looked into. The way it would work is you would sync a full node with no balance, make a copy of everything in the roaming folder but the wallet.dat and load it up to a dedicated site. People can download the zip file and sync from where it left off, to sync fully using the wallet can take quite a while depending on the GUI speed but a dedicated host like megaupload can do 600 mb in 15 minutes.

I'm pretty sure working the Blockchain into a torrent would yield even better results.

On this moment we are working on 2 main things, that is In Wallet Trading and the Multicoin Support. How coins going to handle the growing blockchain is not a priority at the moment for any coin, not even for Bitcoin.

The in wallet trading is going nicly, the first tests on the first Exchange had some problems, but that is all resolved. The coding can start for the second exchange.

The Multicoin Support is also in the coding fase. The plan is to start with 2 coins in fase 1, if that all goes well then the expansion will take place to more coins. So in fase 1 from the Multicoin Support we can expect 1 wallet for 2 different coins and in fase 2  we plan to expand the number of coins supported by 1 wallet.




Ok, what about Nubits or Bitcoin as a trading pair? Nubits would be good since it's always pegged at 1 USD.

Have you thought about doing something like Blackhalo which offers smart contracts off-chain?
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October 25, 2014, 08:56:06 AM
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It seems like that you do not understand what we mean with the in wallet trading.

We will enable ALL the trading pairs that are available on the following Exchanges.

1. Bittrex
2. Cryptsy
3. Poloniex
4. Bter.com

If you have an account on these exchanges, then with the use of your API-Keys you can trade on these Exchanges directly from the wallet. For security reasons we will not enable withdraws from the Exchanges via the wallet. You will have to do that on the website from the Exchange.
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October 25, 2014, 09:08:26 AM
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It seems like that you do not understand what we mean with the in wallet trading.

We will enable ALL the trading pairs that are available on the following Exchanges.

1. Bittrex
2. Cryptsy
3. Poloniex
4. Bter.com

If you have an account on these exchanges, then with the use of your API-Keys you can trade on these Exchanges directly from the wallet. For security reasons we will not enable withdraws from the Exchanges via the wallet. You will have to do that on the website from the Exchange.

Fantastic, when is the estimated time and what can I do to help speed up the progress?
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October 25, 2014, 09:28:38 AM
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It seems like that you do not understand what we mean with the in wallet trading.

We will enable ALL the trading pairs that are available on the following Exchanges.

1. Bittrex
2. Cryptsy
3. Poloniex
4. Bter.com

If you have an account on these exchanges, then with the use of your API-Keys you can trade on these Exchanges directly from the wallet. For security reasons we will not enable withdraws from the Exchanges via the wallet. You will have to do that on the website from the Exchange.

Fantastic, when is the estimated time and what can I do to help speed up the progress?

We have a developer working full-time on it (8 hrs a day). He will finish it ASAP, howerver if there are problems, then they need to be found and resolved and that can take time. There is no way o speed up the process, it needs to be done well.

Thank you for offering to help tho. I do apriciate that !!
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We have a developer working full-time on it (8 hrs a day). He will finish it ASAP, howerver if there are problems, then they need to be found and resolved and that can take time. There is no way o speed up the process, it needs to be done well.

Thank you for offering to help tho. I do apriciate that !!


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On this moment we are working on 2 main things, that is In Wallet Trading and the Multicoin Support. How coins going to handle the growing blockchain is not a priority at the moment for any coin, not even for Bitcoin.

The in wallet trading is going nicly, the first tests on the first Exchange had some problems, but that is all resolved. The coding can start for the second exchange.

The Multicoin Support is also in the coding fase. The plan is to start with 2 coins in fase 1, if that all goes well then the expansion will take place to more coins. So in fase 1 from the Multicoin Support we can expect 1 wallet for 2 different coins and in fase 2  we plan to expand the number of coins supported by 1 wallet.



https://twitter.com/Multi_Wallet/status/525970914546941953

There are much more things to come very soon ;-)   Stay tuned..you won't regret it :-)

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there might actually be a slight delay on the in wallet trading
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