A 99 page whitepaper. At least in pdf. That's almost foreboding. Lol luckily I'm not trying to create any new assets. Definitely going to take some time with this.

Ok. I'm just gonna quietly scroll up. Y'all are casually discussing what it would take me to to think to ask

But there’s so much functionality packed in there that they basically decided to issue about 4 white papers jammed together.

Gotta let the opponents you're serious, I could see just from the little on github and first paragraph along with the introduction video

We are working now to update site. You’ll see comprehensive overhaul in about a month with all new materials.

I'm less than a year into blockchain. And I've got to admit I'm seeing a lot of similar projects being made by people, who, if they collaborated instead, this would be a decade ahead

(I’m Alex BTW. I lead NEM Foundation. Nice to meet you.)

Our devs are more keen on Slack so you’ll find them there.

I want to ask things but it's probably already in the previous texts

Forums is where most info is centralized.

All dev resources are on website and GitHub.

First initial thought when I had ended for the time being to come here?

Now is good time to check it out. We’ve got testing around our new product, Symbol.

Clifton Spencer
I'm less than a year into blockchain. And I've got to admit I'm seeing a lot of similar projects being made by people, who, if they collaborated instead, this would be a decade ahead

I think collaboration is the hard part. Projects like Ethereum that have hundreds of developers can't even make fast progress since there's no boss or authority to push anyone toward decisions.

Y'all are plug and play. USB 4

Yeah, plugins make it easier and faster.

There's a lot of creating totally unnecessary blockchains and sidechain tokens I don't understand, but I got motivation

The community is friendly. Keep asking questions or poke your head in Forums/GitHub.

Thanks. I appreciate it

This is where other project collaborators are.

I've yet to find a place less scary than coinbase to even start trading, so I'm just take the time to learn them all

I don't really like trading anyway

I've been strategically buying and staking. And absorbing

Yep. Well. I definitely will have questions eventually. Hope you have a wonderful night, I've got to transfer this pdf to a bigger screen or I'll need glasses lol

Think it's maybe in any way possible to.... individualize say.... a node? Or some kind of transmitter that is guaranteed to only have one receiver

And ingrain it into a custom individually made wallet?

And somewhere in that it can maybe remove the requirement for private key

I'm gonna go lay down on that.

I'm only thinking of this because of how Catapult is. Maybe the key is electronic or whatever and the person always has it. Must be close proximity Maybe future could even be a key fob or a smart watch... yes.. Text ability. Fingerprint. Retina. Voice. A pin. And work it into the blockchain

Because even though it's gonna cost, it'll sell itself by way of simply being more familiar to masses than programmers work on a wallet

If this has already been thought of I'll feel pretty dumb. But only if it failed

Much better place to engage with more folks.

If you don't already have the link to get there.