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January 20, 2018, 01:34:59 PM
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what is the correct wallet to be using right now

v3.7.47 ?

cos that is not syncing up and for some reason the website links to

v3.7.36

where did .47 come from?

this wallet seems very unstable and is crashing every 2 days? machine is powerful so that can not be the issue

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January 20, 2018, 01:35:32 PM
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What are your biggest weaknesses?
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January 20, 2018, 01:50:19 PM
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4. Look at Komodo, Wave, Ark other competitor, 90% of them crossed 500mil capacity, most even 1B

You noob. That means Block is undervalued relative to the competition and is due for a sharp upwards correction. Btw Komodo relies upon trusted watch only addresses. Wave isn't decentralised and uses a colored coin approach. I won't go into Ark's shortcoming's as I own some but it does have them.

Cheap compared to competition and more decentralised.

Remember this coin hung around 20 cents for approx 2 years before it increased 2000%. Not a bad year for Block at all. And it stemmed for being undervalued for so long. Don't believe me? Wait a couple of months and report back.

What on earth is a "trusted watch only addresses". If it's a watch only address how can it be trusted? Also the watch only address was a bug that was fixed a while back.  Roll Eyes

I only stumbled on this thread again because I clicked on it by mistake, but this made me laugh. Waves is fully decentralised and I'm pretty sure it's worth swinging by the Komodo thread and getting that from the horse's mouth too because this guy is not well informed.
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January 20, 2018, 02:50:46 PM
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4. Look at Komodo, Wave, Ark other competitor, 90% of them crossed 500mil capacity, most even 1B

You noob. That means Block is undervalued relative to the competition and is due for a sharp upwards correction. Btw Komodo relies upon trusted watch only addresses. Wave isn't decentralised and uses a colored coin approach. I won't go into Ark's shortcoming's as I own some but it does have them.

Cheap compared to competition and more decentralised.

Remember this coin hung around 20 cents for approx 2 years before it increased 2000%. Not a bad year for Block at all. And it stemmed for being undervalued for so long. Don't believe me? Wait a couple of months and report back.

What on earth is a "trusted watch only addresses". If it's a watch only address how can it be trusted? Also the watch only address was a bug that was fixed a while back.  Roll Eyes

I only stumbled on this thread again because I clicked on it by mistake, but this made me laugh. Waves is fully decentralised and I'm pretty sure it's worth swinging by the Komodo thread and getting that from the horse's mouth too because this guy is not well informed.

I would advise asking David Zimbeck who understands these things at a deep level to explain the difference between the 3.
Waves does not provide atomic swaps
komodo and blocknet do I believe but they may use different methods to do so.
So for me it is out of komodo or blocknet for a an atomic swap DEX. I believe both can succeed and are very worth while but at the current pricing I am still accumulating more block than komodos. Although both to me are still way under priced. Even waves is under priced compared to some big fake cap shits above it.

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January 20, 2018, 04:10:20 PM
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4. Look at Komodo, Wave, Ark other competitor, 90% of them crossed 500mil capacity, most even 1B

You noob. That means Block is undervalued relative to the competition and is due for a sharp upwards correction. Btw Komodo relies upon trusted watch only addresses. Wave isn't decentralised and uses a colored coin approach. I won't go into Ark's shortcoming's as I own some but it does have them.

Cheap compared to competition and more decentralised.

Remember this coin hung around 20 cents for approx 2 years before it increased 2000%. Not a bad year for Block at all. And it stemmed for being undervalued for so long. Don't believe me? Wait a couple of months and report back.

What on earth is a "trusted watch only addresses". If it's a watch only address how can it be trusted? Also the watch only address was a bug that was fixed a while back.  Roll Eyes

I only stumbled on this thread again because I clicked on it by mistake, but this made me laugh. Waves is fully decentralised and I'm pretty sure it's worth swinging by the Komodo thread and getting that from the horse's mouth too because this guy is not well informed.

I would advise asking David Zimbeck who understands these things at a deep level to explain the difference between the 3.
Waves does not provide atomic swaps
komodo and blocknet do I believe but they may use different methods to do so.
So for me it is out of komodo or blocknet for a an atomic swap DEX. I believe both can succeed and are very worth while but at the current pricing I am still accumulating more block than komodos. Although both to me are still way under priced. Even waves is under priced compared to some big fake cap shits above it.

Shall see what 30th Jan, 1st Feb will give us. Nice to see BLOCK on upbit, but morr should be done.
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January 20, 2018, 04:18:45 PM
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The internet of internet xD
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January 20, 2018, 04:26:19 PM
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what is the correct wallet to be using right now

v3.7.47 ?

cos that is not syncing up and for some reason the website links to

v3.7.36

where did .47 come from?

this wallet seems very unstable and is crashing every 2 days? machine is powerful so that can not be the issue

36 and 37 are OK. Been on them since September
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January 21, 2018, 12:51:44 AM
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January 21, 2018, 08:50:58 AM
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what is the correct wallet to be using right now

v3.7.47 ?

cos that is not syncing up and for some reason the website links to

v3.7.36

where did .47 come from?

this wallet seems very unstable and is crashing every 2 days? machine is powerful so that can not be the issue

36 and 37 are OK. Been on them since September


mine is 47

v3.7.47.0

is this a bugged version that was removed. It just crashes after every few hours.

I will try to revert to 36 since that is the latest one on the github

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January 21, 2018, 08:58:49 AM
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such guss this project is so ambishanfull so  nice this is the  most power full thinking project
i pre that this project sucessfull
thanks dev,
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January 22, 2018, 07:07:24 AM
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Transportation and communication costs have decreased first and foremost due to technological advances, such as shipping containers and the Internet. Progress has been made throughout the logistics chain, ensuring the smooth flow of goods in a coordinated and inexpensive way.
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January 22, 2018, 10:23:41 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.
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January 22, 2018, 10:31:30 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.

Yes, you get a cut of fees when you hold block.    One block is generated every min and node (needs 5000 block) get 70% while staking gets 30%.      Both have great ROI.   Staking currently is around 11-13% while node gets around 17-18%. 
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January 22, 2018, 10:37:50 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.

Yes, you get a cut of fees when you hold block.    One block is generated every min and node (needs 5000 block) get 70% while staking gets 30%.      Both have great ROI.   Staking currently is around 11-13% while node gets around 17-18%. 

Great, thanks. And is that percentage per annum, or a different timeframe?
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January 22, 2018, 10:41:45 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.

Yes, you get a cut of fees when you hold block.    One block is generated every min and node (needs 5000 block) get 70% while staking gets 30%.      Both have great ROI.   Staking currently is around 11-13% while node gets around 17-18%. 

Great, thanks. And is that percentage per annum, or a different timeframe?

That always depends on the # of nodes (the more nodes there is, the less people staking), and the # of coins being staked.    If you are a staker and the # of people staking is down, then staking ROI will go up and vice versa.   That % that I mentioned above is annual %.   Don't forget the fees though.   That's the wildcard here, the amount could become huge over time if the DEX takes off.  You should really join the Rocketchat to get even more details.    It's a great community with a lot of knowledgeable people without moon talk like every communities out there.

https://rocket.blocknet.co:8443
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January 24, 2018, 06:46:46 PM
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There is a project built on the network of the Etherium. He promises to pay in stores and cashback How can this project handle 100 transactions per second if the Etherium network breaks down from crypto-kitties ?? Correctly I realized that this will not work until the etherium network accelerates at least 10,000 or 100,000 times
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January 27, 2018, 01:33:10 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.

Yes, you get a cut of fees when you hold block.    One block is generated every min and node (needs 5000 block) get 70% while staking gets 30%.      Both have great ROI.   Staking currently is around 11-13% while node gets around 17-18%. 

So if I understood right, staking is not yet possible but will be once Block Dex is launched? Any idea when Block Dex is supposed to launch?
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January 27, 2018, 04:42:35 PM
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We need a professional and trustsless DEX where we as users control our cryptocoins! I hope Blocknet will be one of the best DEX in 2018 especially after the UI update and light wallet version of the DEX!

The centralized exchanges can only harm us users, especially when they can be easily hacked (looking at Coincheck lost off 500 million dollars) and controlled by the governments..

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January 27, 2018, 06:59:00 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.

Yes, you get a cut of fees when you hold block.    One block is generated every min and node (needs 5000 block) get 70% while staking gets 30%.      Both have great ROI.   Staking currently is around 11-13% while node gets around 17-18%. 

So if I understood right, staking is not yet possible but will be once Block Dex is launched? Any idea when Block Dex is supposed to launch?

Hi. Staking is active now and has been for a long time.

The latest newsletter is here including dates:
https://medium.com/blocknet/word-on-the-block-january-15th-fd4a55a56178
Beta launch is march 1st.

The next Newsletter with a roadmap is due early next week.
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January 27, 2018, 08:41:32 PM
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Could someone please confirm the benefits of holding BLOCK? Once the Block Dex is launched, by either owning a masternode (1k coins, correct?) or by staking whatever Block you own, you get a cut of the fees. Is that correct? Thanks.

Yes, you get a cut of fees when you hold block.    One block is generated every min and node (needs 5000 block) get 70% while staking gets 30%.      Both have great ROI.   Staking currently is around 11-13% while node gets around 17-18%. 

So if I understood right, staking is not yet possible but will be once Block Dex is launched? Any idea when Block Dex is supposed to launch?

Hi. Staking is active now and has been for a long time.

The latest newsletter is here including dates:
https://medium.com/blocknet/word-on-the-block-january-15th-fd4a55a56178
Beta launch is march 1st.

The next Newsletter with a roadmap is due early next week.

Thx for the quick reply. So I suppose i just download the latest BlocknetDX wallet, send coins there and start staking. Is there a minimum amount to stake? Don't have a lot yet, but will try to accumulate more
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