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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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General HEAT Discussion / Re: Heat Server and PoS requirements
« on: April 09, 2017, 04:41:41 PM »

Hello Spud!

To stake your coins, you simply just need a balance greater than 0. The more weight you have in your balance, the more likely you will generate blocks with PoS.
Yes, you could run the server on a computer always on to constantly be working for the network.
There is no masternodes.

To get an idea about how amounts to reserve/stake (gh2 posted recently about this):

Forging rewards will initially be very generous, expected to be 7-8% per month or more than a doubling of your HEAT balance in a year. To forge a block per day, you need approximately 3800 HEAT if about 50% of all HEAT is forging (26,500,000 / 3,456 * 50%). To double-check that you have set up forging correctly, your account should appear in this report: after the first block has been forged.

You can also take a look at
You will see a list of addresses who are forging, the balance of HEAT they have, and the amount of blocks they have generated. This can give you an idea of income from forging a certain balance would estimate. (Things depend on how much total HEAT is staking, like the quote above is considering 50% of all Heat staking. So it's hard to get an exact estimate until the network is running for a while and the amount of forgers is somewhat stable).

Rewards will be re-enabled soon. Then each block is rewarded with currently 8 HEAT (4 for PoS + 4 for PoP).

Currently the PoS and PoP is combined until it is needed to have PoP act seperately. That will be another layer of rewards which will work something like this:

For PoP you would have a computer running which will store blockchain data for the network. So you need hard-drive space to save files. In doing so, you will earn rewards too.

HEAT Server issues / Re: HEAT Server 0.9 released
« on: January 27, 2017, 02:47:38 AM »
Brilliant. My node is online.

The Forum / Re: Forum Theme changed
« on: January 22, 2017, 10:14:18 PM »
Looks nice :)

One comment though about the design: On the default forum link, it shows the top banner with the heat logo which looks great...Then below, it shows alot of blank space and to the right it shows the user icon/information/actions.

It would probably be better if it could be integrated together into one banner, rather than 1 for the title, and 1 big one with empty space with the name and profile links on the right hand side.

Or. make the profile image much smaller, and have the links going horizontally instead of vertically, that might work instead.

Just some thoughts.

PS: Small reminder, it would be good to update the favicon image to the new logo ;)

HEAT Server issues / Re: HEAT Technical Progress
« on: January 06, 2017, 11:54:07 PM »
We've now completed basic AE testing and are now proceeding with the AE UI and implementation of the BTC gateway. The current testnet will likely be scrapped without much further warning within the coming week (as notified in the welcome message of every new account) so please save any important data you have there such as private messages.

The complexity of the BTC gateway and how quickly we're able to implement that, and to what extent, defines the exact launch date this month. We're aware of the pressure to launch ASAP. The building blocks that are the very core of HEAT need to be in place for successful launch, in order to provide the needed liquidity for trading. Hang on! :)

For the average user, does anyone need to do anything special for this transition?
Other than if they want to back up personal messages?

HEAT Server issues / Re: HEAT Technical Progress
« on: December 31, 2016, 09:05:24 PM »
Excellent updates ! Happy New Years ! 2017 will be a big year for everything crypto & HEAT will be officially born ;)

Jobs / rewards / Re: [BOUNTY 0.25 BTC] Comparison of HEAT vs. competitors
« on: December 13, 2016, 09:08:18 PM »
Thanks for all your interest, please wait for Eliphaz to decide how to proceed now.

Jobs / rewards / Re: [BOUNTY 0.25 BTC] Comparison of HEAT vs. competitors
« on: December 05, 2016, 04:54:51 PM »
Hmm reminds me of something like these comparisons:
Comparison Example 1
Comparison Example 2
Comparison Example 3

General HEAT Discussion / Re: Welcome to the forum!
« on: November 13, 2016, 10:47:11 PM »
hello Heat team! hello everybody!

Welcome Vitty, nice to have you here :)

General HEAT Discussion / Re: HEAT Logo / Symbol advisory poll
« on: November 11, 2016, 11:53:13 PM »
I would be happy with either 1,3, or 6.

I think 4,5 are too complex from a bit of a background in design, and 2 is nice but maybe a little too edgy.

I think the colours make a big difference. I have confidence we will make a good advisory decision. Although like addressed before, newbie accounts coming up just to vote could be pushing different motives with sockpuppets (no way of knowing 100% *speculation*). Could be legit users registering on forum though, since this thread was posted on bitcointalk.

General HEAT Discussion / Re: HEAT Logo / Symbol advisory poll
« on: November 09, 2016, 06:16:57 PM »
Personally I would prefer 3. for the coin.
Its clean, simple and easy to recognise. Looking for mass appeal, I think it the best

For the company I would choose 6.
It does have a bit more of a skyscraper and suits feel.

1. is decent but a bit too plain for my taste.

The remaining 3 have too much going on IMO.

I think 3 is a good one for the coin, agreed: Simple, Clean, and friendliest for a mass audience!
I voted also for 1, since I like the h for a company brand. 6 would have been my 3rd choice and for the company.

HEAT Wallet discussion / Re: Release: heat-ui 0.1.1 [ALPHA] With ICO Claim
« on: November 07, 2016, 08:43:05 PM »
I suppose we're talking about the downloadable installation where the error happens?

The web site should work while the downloadable necessarily doesn't until a patch is uploaded.

Yes this error is probably due to the recent commit change, so I'm not surprised the "release" local client does not connect properly right now. It might be nice if verymuchso can push a fixed release with the changes so people can do a last minute local verification / confirm ownership of ICO address before the big genesis. Just a thought, in case others want to do verification locally instead of the web alpha wallet.

I would personally feel more comfortable entering my seed into a local client rather than a web based one.

HEAT Wallet discussion / Re: Release: heat-ui 0.1.1 [ALPHA] With ICO Claim
« on: November 07, 2016, 02:51:15 AM »
Just tried to open the last HEAT wallet release.

Tried to enter my PIN, and click 'sign in', and it failed:
Error: Internal timeout

I checked the console tools and saw:
WebSocket connection to 'wss://' failed: WebSocket opening handshake was canceled

I think this is related to the recent commit on github:
-    this.settings[SettingsService.WEBSOCKET_URL] = 'wss://';
+    this.settings[SettingsService.WEBSOCKET_URL] = 'wss://';

So I think the v0.1.1 release is now not functional because of this change.

Just thought I would report this.

HEAT Server issues / Re: HEAT Technical Progress
« on: November 07, 2016, 01:28:02 AM »

Fintech & General Economy discussion / Re: HEAT represented in events
« on: October 29, 2016, 08:46:41 PM »
How was the events ?  8)

Fintech & General Economy discussion / Re: HEAT represented in events
« on: October 24, 2016, 07:37:58 PM »
Great news! Goodluck at the events!

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