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Our new parking spot  Wink
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October 14, 2014, 08:35:28 PM
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For those of you that don't have the time to read all the above, this video explains the 2014-2015 development roadmap in just 60 seconds.

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October 14, 2014, 08:38:41 PM
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October 14, 2014, 08:45:57 PM
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How good a machine needs to be to run a hallmarked node? In terms of hardware?

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October 14, 2014, 08:53:15 PM
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Good luck with the new thread. I was confused why this one existed since this project has been out a while.

My suggestion would be to rename this so that it doesn't still read like an upcoming coin release.

There's no point left in still having the Escrow@poloniex information still there.

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October 14, 2014, 09:03:59 PM
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How good a machine needs to be to run a hallmarked node? In terms of hardware?


I am curious about this as well, also good to know how much resources this will take off a normal PC?  I assume I would still be able to mine with this PC as well? First time honestly hearing about this coin, caught my interest as it seems like a good way to earn a few more coins from my PC that runs 24x7 anyways.

How long do you guys plan on daily payouts for running these nodes?

Thanks in advance!
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October 14, 2014, 09:06:58 PM
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How good a machine needs to be to run a hallmarked node? In terms of hardware?

Very low spec. The $5/month VPS nodes from DigitalOcean are easily powerful enough for a single node each. The real prerequisite is that you have a static public IP addres, or at least a very stable connection that only changes when your router restarts. Note that we changed the payout from 666 per day to 1 million each day distributed equally to all nodes.

There's no point left in still having the Escrow@poloniex information still there.

Actually the main part of the coins that have not been distributed yet are still held at Poloniex, so this is still the case.
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October 14, 2014, 09:10:43 PM
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Does anyone know which new exchanges we are expecting NHZ to be traded?
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October 14, 2014, 09:11:36 PM
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How good a machine needs to be to run a hallmarked node? In terms of hardware?

Very low spec. The $5/month VPS nodes from DigitalOcean are easily powerful enough for a single node each. The real prerequisite is that you have a static public IP addres, or at least a very stable connection that only changes when your router restarts. Note that we changed the payout from 666 per day to 1 million each day distributed equally to all nodes.

There's no point left in still having the Escrow@poloniex information still there.

Actually the main part of the coins that have not been distributed yet are still held at Poloniex, so this is still the case.

Nice, I'll have to look into setting one up at a fixed ip place i know Tongue (My place of employ)

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October 14, 2014, 09:17:29 PM
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How good a machine needs to be to run a hallmarked node? In terms of hardware?

Very low spec. The $5/month VPS nodes from DigitalOcean are easily powerful enough for a single node each. The real prerequisite is that you have a static public IP addres, or at least a very stable connection that only changes when your router restarts. Note that we changed the payout from 666 per day to 1 million each day distributed equally to all nodes.

There's no point left in still having the Escrow@poloniex information still there.

Actually the main part of the coins that have not been distributed yet are still held at Poloniex, so this is still the case.

Nice, I'll have to look into setting one up at a fixed ip place i know Tongue (My place of employ)

My bad. Didn't expect this escrow to be still ongoing.  Grin

Time to read more, I guess.  Smiley

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October 14, 2014, 09:40:17 PM
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Hey fellas.....stopped at step one in setting up the node.  Link to wallet is no good, where can I download the wallet?

Thanks!
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October 14, 2014, 09:50:31 PM
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Good luck with the new thread. I was confused why this one existed since this project has been out a while.

My suggestion would be to rename this so that it doesn't still read like an upcoming coin release.

There's no point left in still having the Escrow@poloniex information still there.

The distribution period is 13 months, so it will be there for awhile. Smiley
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Hey fellas.....stopped at step one in setting up the node.  Link to wallet is no good, where can I download the wallet?

Thanks!

Right now you need to register on the forums to gain access. I know, it's not the way it should be. We are going to be launching our landing page that will be similar to dogeparty.io so you won't need to register, and will be able to set up a wallet in 3 clicks.

http://nhzcrypto.org/pages/wallet-downloads/

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We have already had contact with Cryptsy and Bittrex. They are waiting for us to release our V 1.2 parity as the old version of NXT is difficult to add.
We are testing V 1.2.8 on test net now.
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October 14, 2014, 09:54:21 PM
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Appreciated, thanks  Smiley
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October 14, 2014, 09:56:15 PM
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Ok I seem to be more confused than I thought.

Trying to follow the instructions in the pdf for setting up a node.

Do I need to download a wallet or is only online wallet?

What steps exactly do I need to take to setup a node to earn coins with and have an offline wallet to store those coins safely?

Also, which wallet would I want to install?  Have PLENTY of disk space for the blockchain!
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October 14, 2014, 10:49:35 PM
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Ok I seem to be more confused than I thought.

Trying to follow the instructions in the pdf for setting up a node.

Do I need to download a wallet or is only online wallet?

What steps exactly do I need to take to setup a node to earn coins with and have an offline wallet to store those coins safely?

Also, which wallet would I want to install?  Have PLENTY of disk space for the blockchain!


The wallet is a brain wallet, and your passphrase is your wallet.


http://nhzcrypto.org/threads/tutorial-how-to-create-a-hallmarked-node-and-also-run-a-local-client.403/


Use this walk through.
It takes about 2 minutes to set it up.

http://nhzcrypto.org/pages/wallet-downloads/

Download the full wallet.
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October 15, 2014, 03:17:01 AM
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Quick update on V 1.2.8 release: We are in the process of testing the latest version of NHZ and re-vamping the UI to provide a flawless user-friendly experience!

The new landing page with a bunch of integrated goodies is nearing completion as well. We'll keep everyone updated.
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October 15, 2014, 04:24:22 AM
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You can find a lot of NHZ related 'How to' videos here as well:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmMGqO_iKS24QvILLims0HQ
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Quick update on V 1.2.8 release: We are in the process of testing the latest version of NHZ and re-vamping the UI to provide a flawless user-friendly experience!

The new landing page with a bunch of integrated goodies is nearing completion as well. We'll keep everyone updated.
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Very good news! NHZ is moving like auto on the nitro.

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October 15, 2014, 09:08:32 AM
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Ok I seem to be more confused than I thought.

Trying to follow the instructions in the pdf for setting up a node.

Do I need to download a wallet or is only online wallet?

What steps exactly do I need to take to setup a node to earn coins with and have an offline wallet to store those coins safely?

Also, which wallet would I want to install?  Have PLENTY of disk space for the blockchain!


The wallet is a brain wallet, and your passphrase is your wallet.


http://nhzcrypto.org/threads/tutorial-how-to-create-a-hallmarked-node-and-also-run-a-local-client.403/


Use this walk through.
It takes about 2 minutes to set it up.

http://nhzcrypto.org/pages/wallet-downloads/

Download the full wallet.


Setup the node about an hour ago, says server has started.  Still nothing coming up when I check my IP so it looks like it is not working for me.  Am pretty sure I opened the port, have a new router Netgear Nighthawk R8000, it is called port triggering in the setup for this router.  I had to assign the IP address of the PC I am running the node on under this option as well.

Any ideas?
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