i cant find anything about nem, even not in this part:
„You can buy cryptocurrencies like NEO, Cardano, Tron, Verge, Monero, Stellar Lumens, EOS, Ripple, Dash, and USD-Tether“
pls add NEM too, otherwise it makes no sense to post it here ...
Yeah bylaws should be public. I 100% support this. In fact, I used to look at Dash's bylaws and also how they spent their budget. Amanda B Johnson was a HUGE inspiration for me. She's the reason I started Inside NEM. Her budget was completely transparent to the Dash Community.
Early bird :) The idea behind that masternode principle got me very early. Low supply combined with a -that days- fair amount of DASH investment to keep a masternode running was a no brainer that this will work out well. Same would be valid for NEM. If many people are going to buy NEM and hold due to the masternode the price will increase -> lower supply = higher price (with same demand)But DASH and NEM right now suffer the same problem. A masternode is too expensive. I would also not buy a Masternode for DASH today. And a NEM Masternode cost right now even more than a dash node if I am right.
everyone can fork catapult just like everyone can fork bitcoin. there are coins like litecoin, dash and others which are forks of bitcoin. usually the original project is the most trusted/used version (see bitcoin)
true. But Supernode is too expensive. I have a super/masternode running on all coins except NEM and CryptoChain. I would like to have at least a NEM supernode but ROI has no fair relation to other coins. Instead I would go for a second DASH Masternode :-/
The wallet is not stored on the node. Not sure what you want exactly to do. You must have the private key to restore wallet access and be able to do a transaction./account/get?address=wallet-address is just API call that will return you balance and everyone can call this on any address. You get 400 because you passed wrong address or address with dashes.
Hi, thanks for this post! Great questions which I’m happy to answer. 1.) We’ve done a ton of prep work in this area and collaborated with Core Team, Tech Bureau and the newly formed NEM Studios. We then hired seasoned talent with decades of experiencing managing Fortune 500 companies to help with pre-launch, launch and post-launch activities for Catapult. Then we partnered with Ventures to leverage the talent of Waschman for PR — which is the firm behind Kraken, Dash, Coindesk and many others (https://wachsman.com/portfolio/) We then set up a steering committee for this team led by myself, David Shaw, and Nate D’amico. The results of all of these efforts are giving us a highly detailed strategic plan that is being refined now.