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April 27, 2015, 05:08:55 PM
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Hey folks,

     The winners of our drawing have been posted: http://forum.neoscoin.com/t/neoscoin-raffle/408/8 Congratulations to everyone that won and a sincere thank you to everyone that participated.

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So the funds generated from the raffle will be used towards adding support for $NEOS on GoURL.io platform?

Are we already in discussion with GoURL?


The funds were put towards paid votes there but it seems pointless.  The thread discussing the outcome and so forth is over here: http://forum.neoscoin.com/t/lets-get-neos-on-gourl/396/86 We're putting our efforts into more worthwhile goals.

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Thanks for the link to thread, I hadn't notice earlier.

When something like that is crafted, you don't have a fair chance.
Anyway, its good that we stear clear of paid voting rat race and spend our energy and time on something substantial and honest.
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May 05, 2015, 02:28:14 PM
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Explorer with richlist : http://infernopool.com:8080
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May 07, 2015, 06:18:18 AM
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Explorer with richlist : http://infernopool.com:8080

Well..  it isn't loading right now, but I checked it couple of days ago when it was working.

Interesting. I can see the first one is verified as Bittrex. Similarly I assume the next 2 or 3 addresses belonging to other exchanges. Becauuse that's quite some quantity to have (250k NEOS). If they belong to individuals, I envy them Grin
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May 07, 2015, 01:05:41 PM
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Explorer with richlist : http://infernopool.com:8080

Well..  it isn't loading right now, but I checked it couple of days ago when it was working.

Interesting. I can see the first one is verified as Bittrex. Similarly I assume the next 2 or 3 addresses belonging to other exchanges. Becauuse that's quite some quantity to have (250k NEOS). If they belong to individuals, I envy them Grin

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May 08, 2015, 03:33:52 AM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?
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May 08, 2015, 02:31:08 PM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?

Waiting for a few things to come together and then a lot of coding =)
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May 10, 2015, 12:16:05 AM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?

I'm experimenting with some blockchain ideas, but we're also entertaining the idea of PoS.  We don't want to go the traditional PoS route, we'd rather do something more unique and productive.  There are still a few features that need some further work done in 2.1, but that's pending for a few reasons.  It's definitely been a busy period of time recently and bound to only get more intense.

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May 15, 2015, 11:24:38 AM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?

I'm experimenting with some blockchain ideas, but we're also entertaining the idea of PoS.  We don't want to go the traditional PoS route, we'd rather do something more unique and productive.  There are still a few features that need some further work done in 2.1, but that's pending for a few reasons.  It's definitely been a busy period of time recently and bound to only get more intense.

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POS is a good distributed approach, but can also prove to be quite risky as it often has blockchain issues. Many coins have died off after a wrong implementation. When done well, on the other hand, it is less centralized than PoW is, so I prefer it.

Hoarding of coins is an issue, though.

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May 15, 2015, 04:26:28 PM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?

I'm experimenting with some blockchain ideas, but we're also entertaining the idea of PoS.  We don't want to go the traditional PoS route, we'd rather do something more unique and productive.  There are still a few features that need some further work done in 2.1, but that's pending for a few reasons.  It's definitely been a busy period of time recently and bound to only get more intense.

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POS is a good distributed approach, but can also prove to be quite risky as it often has blockchain issues. Many coins have died off after a wrong implementation. When done well, on the other hand, it is less centralized than PoW is, so I prefer it.

Hoarding of coins is an issue, though.

We've thought about this and share the same feelings, believe me.  I'm not a huge fan of PoS, however, I have some ideas I'm going to be fabricating into a staging chain and I'll release details after I've verified it's feasible. =)
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May 15, 2015, 04:37:03 PM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?

I'm experimenting with some blockchain ideas, but we're also entertaining the idea of PoS.  We don't want to go the traditional PoS route, we'd rather do something more unique and productive.  There are still a few features that need some further work done in 2.1, but that's pending for a few reasons.  It's definitely been a busy period of time recently and bound to only get more intense.

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POS is a good distributed approach, but can also prove to be quite risky as it often has blockchain issues. Many coins have died off after a wrong implementation. When done well, on the other hand, it is less centralized than PoW is, so I prefer it.

Hoarding of coins is an issue, though.

We've thought about this and share the same feelings, believe me.  I'm not a huge fan of PoS, however, I have some ideas I'm going to be fabricating into a staging chain and I'll release details after I've verified it's feasible. =)

The main issue usually is blockchain bloat, as so many people have to be rewarded, some time with several addresses containing tiny amounts of coins. Perhaps a threshold for minimum amount of coins to stake could work? Require addresses to have at least 0.01% of total coin amount, for example.

Looking forward to the progress! Smiley

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May 15, 2015, 10:51:11 PM
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I'm very happy to announce that we are now supported by CoinPayments.net!  It doesn't stop there.  Give us a bit of time to code and we'll see what we can do here. =)

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May 15, 2015, 11:05:54 PM
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Impossible not being optimistic... and excited about this ongoing progress! :-)
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May 15, 2015, 11:20:34 PM
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There's always progress here whether we advertise it or not.  We're don't spend our time hyping, it's better spent thinking of improvements and so forth. =)

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May 15, 2015, 11:27:00 PM
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There's always progress here whether we advertise it or not.  We're don't spend our time hyping, it's better spent thinking of improvements and so forth. =)

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Absolutely! That's why I'm always optimistic and excited about this project! ;-)
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May 19, 2015, 03:33:00 AM
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Quick question: Is there a way to export the private key from my wallet?

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May 19, 2015, 03:49:25 AM
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Quick question: Is there a way to export the private key from my wallet?

I'll add that into the queue as a tool to be added.  For now would you be comfortable with using the daemon?

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May 19, 2015, 05:52:11 AM
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Quick question: Is there a way to export the private key from my wallet?

I'll add that into the queue as a tool to be added.  For now would you be comfortable with using the daemon?

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Thanks, that would be a useful tool. Can't say I've ever used a daemon before, unfortunately.

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May 19, 2015, 06:10:13 AM
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Quick question: Is there a way to export the private key from my wallet?

I'll add that into the queue as a tool to be added.  For now would you be comfortable with using the daemon?

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Thanks, that would be a useful tool. Can't say I've ever used a daemon before, unfortunately.

What system are you running on?

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May 19, 2015, 09:20:08 AM
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Quick question: Is there a way to export the private key from my wallet?

I'll add that into the queue as a tool to be added.  For now would you be comfortable with using the daemon?

     Best regards,

syntaks

Thanks, that would be a useful tool. Can't say I've ever used a daemon before, unfortunately.

What system are you running on?

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syntaks

Windows.

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May 19, 2015, 01:00:04 PM
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What do we have the next in our pipeline?

I'm experimenting with some blockchain ideas, but we're also entertaining the idea of PoS.  We don't want to go the traditional PoS route, we'd rather do something more unique and productive.  There are still a few features that need some further work done in 2.1, but that's pending for a few reasons.  It's definitely been a busy period of time recently and bound to only get more intense.

     Best regards,

syntaks

POS is a good distributed approach, but can also prove to be quite risky as it often has blockchain issues. Many coins have died off after a wrong implementation. When done well, on the other hand, it is less centralized than PoW is, so I prefer it.

Hoarding of coins is an issue, though.

We've thought about this and share the same feelings, believe me.  I'm not a huge fan of PoS, however, I have some ideas I'm going to be fabricating into a staging chain and I'll release details after I've verified it's feasible. =)

Some people are having a discussion about the success/failures and associated risks of going POS here on this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1065172.0


With PoW there's a cost associated with producing a coin with mining equipment and electricity so miners won't sell their coins any cheaper than that which creates a floor price. With PoS there is no cost of production, you just have to own and hold coins which also means that everybody can stake their coins.
Another significant difference is that newly generated PoS coins are going to people who are already holding the coins as a reward. That is generally not true for PoW. And more coins mean inflation so in essence PoS coins are rewarding stakers with free coins at the cost of inflation. Personally it doesn't make sense to me why anyone would invest into PoS coins especially considering the average lifespan of coins and how rapidly things change in crypto - but that's jut me.


So I'm not saying we shouldn't go POS but we should give it a careful attention before making the leap if we do.
Because once we go POS, its never going back to POW.

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