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Author Topic: $XAI Sapience AIFX - Decentralized AI | 11% PoS | PlumeDB,IBTP on Testnet  (Read 149490 times)
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May 01, 2015, 02:00:54 AM
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Thanks for all this info Smiley i will try to understand all of it. Im very exited for the future. Thanks again Wink

Once Joe(the developer) crunches the numbers and gets back to us, we should have a much clearer idea of how it will work.
more than one way to skin a cat they say. I'm interested to see what Joe determines as well, though whatever he decides on won't discredit other projects operating critera for their masternodes or modified masternodes.

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May 01, 2015, 02:38:46 AM
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Thanks for all this info Smiley i will try to understand all of it. Im very exited for the future. Thanks again Wink

Once Joe(the developer) crunches the numbers and gets back to us, we should have a much clearer idea of how it will work.
more than one way to skin a cat they say. I'm interested to see what Joe determines as well, though whatever he decides on won't discredit other projects operating critera for their masternodes or modified masternodes.

I agree this space has plenty of room for competent developers.

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May 01, 2015, 10:56:46 PM
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Any news from Joe? When he had the video machine repaired? I miss his videos Grin

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May 02, 2015, 09:38:34 AM
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Betamax....he can borrow mine.  Grin
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May 03, 2015, 12:13:59 AM
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Betamax....he can borrow mine.  Grin

Not like we really need video updates anyways, regular updates will do for now.

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May 07, 2015, 01:31:14 AM
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When will the Xainode drop?
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May 07, 2015, 11:32:49 AM
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do anyone of you truly understand this software or are you just guessing that it will be cool? Cheesy

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May 08, 2015, 03:36:24 PM
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I really don't want to be rude, Joe,  but didn't you said in december that in 3 month the AI will be running it's kinda 5 months and really not something that is even close.
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May 08, 2015, 10:54:40 PM
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Joe and his Video Machine

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May 09, 2015, 02:14:37 PM
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Are we going to get any updates on this project? :/

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May 09, 2015, 10:00:38 PM
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Are we going to get any updates on this project? :/

We will in time, I just hope I catch the weak hands selling at the moment  Cheesy

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May 10, 2015, 04:33:04 PM
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I've had a lot of people asking me about IBTP.  We haven't dropped source code yet for our feature set.  But, what IBTP is doing conceptually is filtering on pchMessageStart and maintaining a directory.  You modify the message loop so that it doesn't just drop peers with a different pchMessageStart, but tags them instead.  Then in the message loop you just put a check on the flag in all of the default messages so that it doesn't exchange block inventory etc. with non-native blockchains.  That's it, its very simple.  Once you do that then its just a matter of adding whatever shared serialized payload classes you want into both node clients and message filtering in the bitcoin message loop in main.cpp.  It is very straightforward, and from that simple base you can pretty much build anything you can think of on top of it.  No side-channels or proxies or anything required, just out of the box bitcoin peering.

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May 10, 2015, 10:59:48 PM
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I've had a lot of people asking me about IBTP.  We haven't dropped source code yet for our feature set.  But, what IBTP is doing conceptually is filtering on pchMessageStart and maintaining a directory.  You modify the message loop so that it doesn't just drop peers with a different pchMessageStart, but tags them instead.  Then in the message loop you just put a check on the flag in all of the default messages so that it doesn't exchange block inventory etc. with non-native blockchains.  That's it, its very simple.  Once you do that then its just a matter of adding whatever shared serialized payload classes you want into both node clients and message filtering in the bitcoin message loop in main.cpp.  It is very straightforward, and from that simple base you can pretty much build anything you can think of on top of it.  No side-channels or proxies or anything required, just out of the box bitcoin peering.

We believe in you and your team, Joe. So many work is done and more ambitious work is going ahead. XAI is unique and powerful project, it's the treasure of altcoinworld in our days. I think that Q2-Q3 2015 will be very productive and this technology will be found by many serious investors. It's on the building stage

P.S. If to speak about xai price - all to 200ksat is ridiculously cheap, and all below 50-100ksat is a pure bargain. Looking to longterm because i like strong projects with a great perspective and clear vision.

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May 11, 2015, 09:56:40 AM
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Hey cedric, how's everything going on? Any updates soon on the xai?


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May 11, 2015, 12:39:58 PM
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I've had a lot of people asking me about IBTP.  We haven't dropped source code yet for our feature set.  But, what IBTP is doing conceptually is filtering on pchMessageStart and maintaining a directory.  You modify the message loop so that it doesn't just drop peers with a different pchMessageStart, but tags them instead.  Then in the message loop you just put a check on the flag in all of the default messages so that it doesn't exchange block inventory etc. with non-native blockchains.  That's it, its very simple.  Once you do that then its just a matter of adding whatever shared serialized payload classes you want into both node clients and message filtering in the bitcoin message loop in main.cpp.  It is very straightforward, and from that simple base you can pretty much build anything you can think of on top of it.  No side-channels or proxies or anything required, just out of the box bitcoin peering.

We believe in you and your team, Joe. So many work is done and more ambitious work is going ahead. XAI is unique and powerful project, it's the treasure of altcoinworld in our days. I think that Q2-Q3 2015 will be very productive and this technology will be found by many serious investors. It's on the building stage

P.S. If to speak about xai price - all to 200ksat is ridiculously cheap, and all below 50-100ksat is a pure bargain. Looking to longterm because i like strong projects with a great perspective and clear vision.

You should see the stack of buy orders + low resistance, wouldn't be surprised if this launches within the next month (depending on updates)

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May 11, 2015, 02:52:33 PM
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I've had a lot of people asking me about IBTP.  We haven't dropped source code yet for our feature set.  But, what IBTP is doing conceptually is filtering on pchMessageStart and maintaining a directory.  You modify the message loop so that it doesn't just drop peers with a different pchMessageStart, but tags them instead.  Then in the message loop you just put a check on the flag in all of the default messages so that it doesn't exchange block inventory etc. with non-native blockchains.  That's it, its very simple.  Once you do that then its just a matter of adding whatever shared serialized payload classes you want into both node clients and message filtering in the bitcoin message loop in main.cpp.  It is very straightforward, and from that simple base you can pretty much build anything you can think of on top of it.  No side-channels or proxies or anything required, just out of the box bitcoin peering.

We believe in you and your team, Joe. So many work is done and more ambitious work is going ahead. XAI is unique and powerful project, it's the treasure of altcoinworld in our days. I think that Q2-Q3 2015 will be very productive and this technology will be found by many serious investors. It's on the building stage

P.S. If to speak about xai price - all to 200ksat is ridiculously cheap, and all below 50-100ksat is a pure bargain. Looking to longterm because i like strong projects with a great perspective and clear vision.

You should see the stack of buy orders + low resistance, wouldn't be surprised if this launches within the next month (depending on updates)

Yep, looks like whales have got their fill at around 35k and now the buy walls have come in to start raising the price slowly, will be keeping an eye on this
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May 17, 2015, 09:47:31 AM
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Thought I'd be the first to post here in almost a week.

How's this undiscovered diamond of a coin doing thesedays?
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May 17, 2015, 11:13:08 AM
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Thought I'd be the first to post here in almost a week.

How's this undiscovered diamond of a coin doing thesedays?


Diamonds take time, even in crypto

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May 17, 2015, 12:44:10 PM
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Very intriguing time ...

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May 17, 2015, 01:23:50 PM
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Very intriguing time ...
yes this waiting time is annoying, i guess patience is the key. it needs to be considered that even joe (dev) needs to earn money for living.

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