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October 30, 2014, 02:19:24 PM
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      Is the development Team thinking on making a android wallet that will do the pos to ?



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October 30, 2014, 03:39:34 PM
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Soon Smiley
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October 30, 2014, 07:49:54 PM
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Other than marketplace, what would you like to see in opal next?

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October 30, 2014, 10:49:50 PM
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The multipool is back up and running again on a new server. Again, apologies for the inconvenience.

http://www.o-pool.com/

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October 30, 2014, 10:52:53 PM
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The multipool is back up and running again on a new server. Again, apologies for the inconvenience.

http://www.o-pool.com/

 Cool  thank you for the update

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October 30, 2014, 11:20:25 PM
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The multipool is back up and running again on a new server. Again, apologies for the inconvenience.

http://www.o-pool.com/

Thank you very much. Any idea when the payout might be?
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October 31, 2014, 01:59:18 AM
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The multipool is back up and running again on a new server. Again, apologies for the inconvenience.

http://www.o-pool.com/

Thank you very much. Any idea when the payout might be?
Payouts are once we find a block and convert the currency
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October 31, 2014, 01:06:03 PM
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Its calm these day.


Did you have an estimation when the market will be ready ?

thanks Smiley
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October 31, 2014, 03:13:52 PM
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Its calm these day.


Did you have an estimation when the market will be ready ?

thanks Smiley
I think the main reason things have gotten so "calm" ,as you say, is that everyone is on the edge of their seats watching Bitcoins price and bigger traders are too busy getting raped by the 3-4 ico's popping up each week. I never understood why cryptotraders and exchanges support ico's, my reasoning is this: An ICO gets funded, then they do what, they SELL the BTC they raised for fiat and push the price dive on BTC, thus taking all those BTC out of the trade environment, anyone thinking that an ICO would reinvest into the exchange is naive. This hurts everyone, even the exchanges. You might say "Well the exchanges get fee's on ico" well that is true, but they are losing all future potential fee's on those coins, if they had continued trade on the market.

So in Short - ICO's are killing Crypto.

sorry for the rant, I think I might start a thread on this topic.
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I think the main reason things have gotten so "calm" ,as you say, is that everyone is on the edge of their seats watching Bitcoins price and bigger traders are too busy getting raped by the 3-4 ico's popping up each week. I never understood why cryptotraders and exchanges support ico's, my reasoning is this: An ICO gets funded, then they do what, they SELL the BTC they raised for fiat and push the price dive on BTC, thus taking all those BTC out of the trade environment, anyone thinking that an ICO would reinvest into the exchange is naive. This hurts everyone, even the exchanges. You might say "Well the exchanges get fee's on ico" well that is true, but they are losing all future potential fee's on those coins, if they had continued trade on the market.

So in Short - ICO's are killing Crypto.

sorry for the rant, I think I might start a thread on this topic.

Yes, you're right. ICO's are responsible for a lot.  Same with blatant scams too.  These people should NOT need to build their software with pre-investment. You get awarded if the market finds what you've already created is decent.  Selling people on hopes, dreams, and great ideas, is just bait. Especially when it comes to crypto.

Any IPO/ICO on premines is a completely unworkable model.  It sucks money right out of crypto into fiat, there is a direct link there.

What crypto needs is education.  Every bit of money someone loses to one of these faulted models, that investment is now gone, and they can no longer support a legitimate cryptocoin.

Someone needs to form an altcoin foundation, publically elected.  Heavy investors will help fund it to see legitimacy being spread around.  We'll inevitably get there, but only after a lot more hurt and pain by the community until everyone wakes up and is forced to reach a consensus.


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October 31, 2014, 06:54:20 PM
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Its calm these day.


Did you have an estimation when the market will be ready ?

thanks Smiley

About one week or sooner
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October 31, 2014, 07:26:21 PM
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Its calm these day.


Did you have an estimation when the market will be ready ?

thanks Smiley

About one week or sooner

thank you for the update!. im going to check future features
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November 01, 2014, 02:24:19 AM
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Is this node list up to date?

addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=54.64.155.117
addnode=79.32.104.81
addnode=192.241.222.102
addnode=173.199.124.185
addnode=65.30.37.95

I'm having a hard time finding full time nodes.

EDIT Seems like a time offset of some sort.

I'm seeing plenty of this in debug.log

Misbehaving: 54.64.155.117:50990 (0 -> 10)
Warning: Peer buckets matched in the future: 1414801785.
Either this node or the peer node has the incorrect time set.
connection timeout
Misbehaving: 65.30.37.95:50990 (0 -> 10)
Misbehaving: 54.64.155.117:50990 (10 -> 20)
Warning: Peer buckets matched in the future: 1414801787.
Either this node or the peer node has the incorrect time set.
connection timeout
Misbehaving: 65.30.37.95:50990 (10 -> 20)

Keeps happening until finally we reach 100, and then it bans that node for an hour or so..  I know daylight savings time kicked in not too long ago. I wonder if it is related.


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November 01, 2014, 05:09:02 AM
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Let me explain the future of opal.

Our roadmap may seem like a bunch of scattered ideas, but it is meticulously planned to culminate with the final form of Opacity Suite, which will become the leading private, secure file and information platform.

The marketplace ties in to OpacityEM, the files tie in with opaque addresses, the html5 wallet brings everything together.  Opal IS opacity, and opacity is the best system a coin can have.

Opal is not just a coin, it's an ideal.  Opal did not, and will not ever ask you for money.  Opal is the future of altcoins, and once all the bullshit ICOs die, opal will stand.

I can guarantee once we launch filesharing and the marketplace, the people holding opal will be greatly rewarded, and the people who saw opal and didn't invest will be disappointed, just like the people who missed out on early bitcoin.

Opal and Opacity is the future, and we invite you to our revolution.

~Bass
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November 01, 2014, 07:11:16 AM
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Let me explain the future of opal.

If opal will be everything you said it might be, it will 100% be more valued than bitcoin.

Here's the one single issue:

Blockchains get bloated, by past transactions. Someone sent someone 10 opal 100 days ago, it is stuck in the blockchain that everyone must download and confirm. that is the nature of blockchains.

Now you are talking about file sharing.  That's cool on the onset. But not if everyone must store every file as part of their blockchain forever.

If opal programmers (which I totally believe in), can find a way to let file transfers happen where:

a) the sender sends

b) the receiver receives

c) anyone else that wants the file can get it

d) SUPER SPECIAL: it is on the blockchain for a maximum number of blocks (say 200 blocks) and then gets removed somehow

No one as far as I know, has come up with a self-healing bitcoin blockchain. A blockchain that reverses itself based on transactions or file transfers that have already occured, and are no longer necessary.

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The single reason why I'm bringing this up is that BitMessage, a blockchain based on messages, was an early starter in crypto. run our wallet/client, and you can send/receive anonymous messages on the blockchain. Guess where they are at now?  Just to run 3 days worth of bitmessages, takes over 3 gigs of your hard drive. If you send a message today, you can expect it takes 4-5 days before it gets delivered. The whole solution is not scalable.  All nodes are victim to the huge data flowing through them.

Now we're just talking about text messages..

Opal wants to do binary file transfers... it's the same problem X100

So based on this, I really do believe in opal developers. So instead of shying away from the tasks on hand, let's use this time to address these types of issues. If you get it. I can bet you that within the next 7-10 days, with a solid proof of concept, code, wallet release, someone will spend more than $50,000USD buying opal in a single click.

Huge money potential is here, but we need to solve real blockchain issues.  Take time out and think about how to handle this sort of thing. If you can find a way to do it, one opal will be worth way more than $350 a bitcoin.


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November 01, 2014, 09:06:54 AM
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There will be a white paper that will answer all questions regarding Opal file transfers, just a heads up the files are not stored on the Opal blockchain.


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Official OpalCoin Dev Fund:
BTC: 1PLnZntjhbwGJvLZnrkf5t9r9qh4yYcbYU
OPAL: oW94MapZxD6WoKtjUK45QogZ6haXLqSQ4F
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Let me explain the future of opal.

Our roadmap may seem like a bunch of scattered ideas, but it is meticulously planned to culminate with the final form of Opacity Suite, which will become the leading private, secure file and information platform.

The marketplace ties in to OpacityEM, the files tie in with opaque addresses, the html5 wallet brings everything together.  Opal IS opacity, and opacity is the best system a coin can have.

Opal is not just a coin, it's an ideal.  Opal did not, and will not ever ask you for money.  Opal is the future of altcoins, and once all the bullshit ICOs die, opal will stand.

I can guarantee once we launch filesharing and the marketplace, the people holding opal will be greatly rewarded, and the people who saw opal and didn't invest will be disappointed, just like the people who missed out on early bitcoin.

Opal and Opacity is the future, and we invite you to our revolution.

~Bass



Bright future here Smiley

But still,don't say Opal will surpass bitcoin ... These one can co-exist. Opal need Bitcoin to exist,at least we can enter on the top 10 easely Smiley ( < 0,01 cent for 1 opal (50ksat) )

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November 01, 2014, 01:18:21 PM
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Let me explain the future of opal.

If opal will be everything you said it might be, it will 100% be more valued than bitcoin.

Here's the one single issue:

Blockchains get bloated, by past transactions. Someone sent someone 10 opal 100 days ago, it is stuck in the blockchain that everyone must download and confirm. that is the nature of blockchains.

Now you are talking about file sharing.  That's cool on the onset. But not if everyone must store every file as part of their blockchain forever.

If opal programmers (which I totally believe in), can find a way to let file transfers happen where:

a) the sender sends

b) the receiver receives

c) anyone else that wants the file can get it

d) SUPER SPECIAL: it is on the blockchain for a maximum number of blocks (say 200 blocks) and then gets removed somehow

No one as far as I know, has come up with a self-healing bitcoin blockchain. A blockchain that reverses itself based on transactions or file transfers that have already occured, and are no longer necessary.

**************************************

The single reason why I'm bringing this up is that BitMessage, a blockchain based on messages, was an early starter in crypto. run our wallet/client, and you can send/receive anonymous messages on the blockchain. Guess where they are at now?  Just to run 3 days worth of bitmessages, takes over 3 gigs of your hard drive. If you send a message today, you can expect it takes 4-5 days before it gets delivered. The whole solution is not scalable.  All nodes are victim to the huge data flowing through them.

Now we're just talking about text messages..

Opal wants to do binary file transfers... it's the same problem X100

So based on this, I really do believe in opal developers. So instead of shying away from the tasks on hand, let's use this time to address these types of issues. If you get it. I can bet you that within the next 7-10 days, with a solid proof of concept, code, wallet release, someone will spend more than $50,000USD buying opal in a single click.

Huge money potential is here, but we need to solve real blockchain issues.  Take time out and think about how to handle this sort of thing. If you can find a way to do it, one opal will be worth way more than $350 a bitcoin.



We already solved this Wink
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November 01, 2014, 01:31:31 PM
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A very small thing,can you change the 4 star asian pod for the 5 star on the first post ?

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November 01, 2014, 03:20:46 PM
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we are also waiting for him to change it
we tweeted him about it a few hours ago actually.

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