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News: 2017-10-10 Heatledger 2.0 with Heatwallet 2.2.0 released! NOTE: Balance leasing and hard fork at block 777777

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Messages - VonGraff

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General HEAT Discussion / Re: OrgiOrg Leasing Pool
« on: November 02, 2017, 09:00:24 PM »
Are you using a Genesis account? That will make it impossible to use a pool forging account, as leasing TO such an account won't be possible. I've managed to get leasing up and running by the creation of a new account dedicated to pool forging.

Today I am already happy to state that there are 2 additional lessors to the pool, one with about 1k HEAT, the other with 2.5k! The pool is already growing stronger.  8)

Also interesting to state, is that the 1k HEAT lessor now already has an open balance of 1.717 HEAT (within 1 day of forging), based on his/her stake% in the total pool and the fact that 3 blocks were forged thus far today! The other lessor will join the true pool stake tomorrow, once his/her lease becomes active.

So even smaller HEAT holders can join the forging fun this way!

New HEAT forging pool - In short:
  • New (small) forging pool, based on a server which is already running to which I have leased my own stake as well!
  • Currently manual checking of your stake, and calculation of the forging rewards is based on calendar days at the moment, not specific blocks (but working on that, does not matter that much unless you are trading a lot...)

From now you can find all instructions related to my HEAT pool initiative, including a summary showing the current rewards status (still based on Excel and only updated once per day, but better than nothing) on:

Let me know if you have any questions concerning this initiative, and getting the leasing up and running. I will aim for getting some updates to this post if needed in case additional instructions are needed. I also am a regular visitor to the HEAT slack, so send me a private message over there in case you need my support.

Enjoy the forging!

Did your node work fine before, incl forging? Already tried to delete the blockchain folder and start over again?

If needed you can also come over to Slack and get some "live" support over there, most of the times there will be someone to help you out!

General HEAT Discussion / Re: Can not buy Heat coins
« on: August 27, 2017, 09:20:33 PM »
Hi Shemin,

If you post a message in slack or in the trollbox asking for some HEAT (0.05 or 0.1), someone will for sure be able to support. Only thing needed is your account #.

General HEAT Discussion / Re: POP Rewards
« on: August 06, 2017, 08:27:15 AM »
There is indeed a reward when you generate a block on your node. At the moment this reward is in total 8 HEAT for each block (plus some fees if appliclable). But this is for POS at this stage, as POP has not been activated yet. In fact the POS reward is very generous, als including the POP reward. So, no POP yet.

General HEAT Discussion / Re: New Blog Post about HEAT on STEEMIT
« on: August 05, 2017, 05:55:45 PM »
There's another HEAT topic on Steemit (by someone called linuxguy, perhaps someone from the Slack?).

@all, feel free to register and comment these steemit blog posts in order to get them visible!

General HEAT Discussion / Re: New Community Manager "theroryshow"
« on: August 05, 2017, 05:49:36 PM »
Sounds good Eliphaz.

Forgot one more thing ;) Add a FAQ to the heatwallet portal to take care of some of the questions related to the whitepaper, such as the 1000tps ambition, a very simple explanation of microservices (incl comparison to Smart contracts), POS vs POP, etc.

General HEAT Discussion / Re: New Community Manager "theroryshow"
« on: August 05, 2017, 12:30:36 PM »
Hi Rory,

First of all, welcome once more! It's great to see fresh blood being added to the team, especially focusing on the outwards communication a bit more. I am very curious towards the future of HEAT.

In terms of ideas concerning HEAT, the progress, the exchange, etc in random order:
- Ensure that there is dedicated customer support (not the devs), who can ensure that any complaints kicking in on whatever medium (Slack, BCT, ...) is being taken care off in a professional and timely manner > Quickest would be to convince and hire one/two of the great guys in Slack to become formal customer support for 1-2 hours per day and ensure that the time is clear to customers on when they are around and how they could be reached. I am sure that the devs don't want to give away the wallet key for the BTC deposits, but the support guys can list and prioritize all activities required to be more quickly followed up
- Clean-up the HEAT website, or remove it entirely and integrate only the relevant parts in the heatwallet domain. The less maintenance the better, what is the main site used for anyway... (other than the links being there)
- Plan a bi-weekly written status report, to clarify what the devs are working on, what achievements were done of the non-classified stuff. If the team is making us of Agile with sprints, this would be relatively easy to accomplish and would also demonstrate how the team works towards the end goals in roadmap
- Involve the community more actively, using bounties or whatever. The video-competition was a great one, but those initiatives should/could come from the team. List all the activities where the community can support (blogging/translation/bug-hunting/...) and actively follow-up. I'd love to be able to support, but don't have the time myself other than 1-2 hours per week, so if there would be something small with in return some HEAT, count me in!
- Get the basics in place faster (I know that they are challenging), which are at least the automated BTC deposits/withdrawals, more currencies like ETH, account leasing.
- Use the introduction page/portal to also link the github for the desktop version and the server, but more importantly also show whether Testnet is live, on which version, how to participate and what testing is required (incl bounties?).

That's what was on my mind now. If you have any questions on the above, let me know.

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