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Today at 11:19:11 AM
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There's a lot of brand new and recent negativity over Ethereum (but I was pointing out their problems for a couple of years).  The blockchain bloat and technical problems weren't new but now (last 48 hours) people are pointing out all the blockchain bloat and sham ICOs.

Etheruem price is tanking right now (moreso than NEM and other alternates!).  

Until a victor emerges from this, there is a possibility we may see renewed interest in NEM in July.  

To me, it seems like this is the time to buy NEM and hold NEM - because in July we could see new an all time high.

When NEM goes up it goes up.   We  may even hit the orbit of Pluto if Ethereum implodes and all the capital flows into the NEM network.   $1 NEM and higher could happen in 2017.    Shocked

July looks like it will be a good time for strategic updates and market gains.



Everyone is taking it right in the shorts this month, double digit downs are across the board, so not too worried about it. (ok a little worried)
I hope you're right, but the only thing I take issue with is the bolded part. There's no guarantee that a significant amount of money would flow into nem if ether blew up. It could just as easily go to iota or another up and comer. Personally I don't see why anyone would buy ether at $400, it's history of poor security and other issues scared me off. That cost me a huge profit opportunity, but I think in the end I'll be proven right.. although with no money to show for it!

I've said earlier, that now is a critical time for NEM, we run the risk of losing too much market share/awareness with the lack of info coming out. But at the same time, hype not delivered on would be as much if not more damaging. I guess the only thing to do is wait and hope for the best... it can be nerve wracking though.

I don't doubt that we will see a rise again, but I wonder how much of one it will be. A meteoric ascent like ripple and ether is not outside the realm of possibility, but not very likely. (I don't mean to $300+ per nem, I mean 10 to 20+ billion in market cap)


The only thing that makes people buy ETH is great projects launched on ETH network. It's a good example, how to attract active developers and investors, maybe XEM might do something similar...
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Based in Singapore, the NEM.io Foundation aims to promote NEM’s blockchain technology globally. It is expected to spend around $40 million in the next year to fund its global expansion programs. $5 million will be allocated towards supporting blockchain companies incubated in the Blockchain Center.

Seems like the NEM team will do some marketing finally!  Smiley
Very good news!
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Today at 12:27:52 PM
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Hi all, happy to share the announcement of a strategic alliance between NEM.io Foundation and Blockchain Global to set up a Blockchain Centre in Malaysia.

http://www.econotimes.com/NEMio-Foundation-teams-up-with-Blockchain-Global-to-drive-global-expansion-778676

To the Moon XEM !!!!!!!!!!!
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Today at 12:46:00 PM
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Finally some good news for NEM. Smiley
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Hi all, happy to share the announcement of a strategic alliance between NEM.io Foundation and Blockchain Global to set up a Blockchain Centre in Malaysia.

http://www.econotimes.com/NEMio-Foundation-teams-up-with-Blockchain-Global-to-drive-global-expansion-778676
wow! amazing news!
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Today at 02:03:57 PM
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looks like the markets are starting to rebound today, so that's good.
I'm still troubled by the lack of volume. I just don't see how we can have this kind of marketcap with barely 6 million in usd worth of transactions.
I know the typical reason given here is "miners don't have to sell to pay for costs" but there has to be more to it than just that.
There are plenty of coins where it's hard to mine a block much less enough to profit on, and they have tens to hundreds of million in volume per day.

So what do you guys think the reason is? I'm sure no mining is a part of it, but not the entire reason.
Are people really holding that much that there isn't a whole lot out there to buy and sell?
is there just not much interest?

what is everyone's thoughts?
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Today at 02:22:24 PM
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looks like the markets are starting to rebound today, so that's good.
I'm still troubled by the lack of volume. I just don't see how we can have this kind of marketcap with barely 6 million in usd worth of transactions.
I know the typical reason given here is "miners don't have to sell to pay for costs" but there has to be more to it than just that.
There are plenty of coins where it's hard to mine a block much less enough to profit on, and they have tens to hundreds of million in volume per day.

So what do you guys think the reason is? I'm sure no mining is a part of it, but not the entire reason.
Are people really holding that much that there isn't a whole lot out there to buy and sell?
is there just not much interest?

what is everyone's thoughts?

I think NEM is not as popular as other cryptos, but when someone finds out about NEM, he just buys XEM and sits on it.
Also, daytraders live on hype and NEM doesn't like hype. Low trading volume means that everyone is satisfied with what they have.
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Today at 02:24:09 PM
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looks like the markets are starting to rebound today, so that's good.
I'm still troubled by the lack of volume. I just don't see how we can have this kind of marketcap with barely 6 million in usd worth of transactions.
I know the typical reason given here is "miners don't have to sell to pay for costs" but there has to be more to it than just that.
There are plenty of coins where it's hard to mine a block much less enough to profit on, and they have tens to hundreds of million in volume per day.

So what do you guys think the reason is? I'm sure no mining is a part of it, but not the entire reason.
Are people really holding that much that there isn't a whole lot out there to buy and sell?
is there just not much interest?

what is everyone's thoughts?

I think it's because XEM doesn't have any margin trading and a lot of holders. But interest and exposure could also be better. But that will definitely change. There will be a funding proposal for a new marketing initiative soon.
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Today at 02:30:54 PM
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To be honest I am worried about NEM. I got in pretty early, but for last month or so I am often times asking myself "what are we offering that other currencies do?". I really hope some good news and development happen and NEM train keeps going.
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Today at 02:45:05 PM
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I love the criptocurrence world
Xem gooo !!!

Many people scamer with Icos and shitcoins, Invest with intelligence
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Today at 02:46:22 PM
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To be honest I am worried about NEM. I got in pretty early, but for last month or so I am often times asking myself "what are we offering that other currencies do?". I really hope some good news and development happen and NEM train keeps going.

Uhm ... Catapult, $40 million expansion plan, proposals for NEM framework and new marketing initiative? All of those are pretty huge in itself.
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Today at 03:09:51 PM
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To be honest I am worried about NEM. I got in pretty early, but for last month or so I am often times asking myself "what are we offering that other currencies do?". I really hope some good news and development happen and NEM train keeps going.
Good price.

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Today at 03:11:22 PM
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looks like the markets are starting to rebound today, so that's good.
I'm still troubled by the lack of volume. I just don't see how we can have this kind of marketcap with barely 6 million in usd worth of transactions.
I know the typical reason given here is "miners don't have to sell to pay for costs" but there has to be more to it than just that.
There are plenty of coins where it's hard to mine a block much less enough to profit on, and they have tens to hundreds of million in volume per day.

So what do you guys think the reason is? I'm sure no mining is a part of it, but not the entire reason.
Are people really holding that much that there isn't a whole lot out there to buy and sell?
is there just not much interest?

what is everyone's thoughts?

Because since around 6 months ago, lots of "not so smart money" began entering crypto market.
Most of the daytraders now dont understand technology, the just see numbers on markets.
Since nem has "no maeketing" ( which means no hype on crypto forums ) there is no volume.

I actually think, lots of money from online gambling sites is flowing strait to shitcoins through poloniex.

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Today at 03:36:16 PM
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looks like the markets are starting to rebound today, so that's good.
I'm still troubled by the lack of volume. I just don't see how we can have this kind of marketcap with barely 6 million in usd worth of transactions.
I know the typical reason given here is "miners don't have to sell to pay for costs" but there has to be more to it than just that.
There are plenty of coins where it's hard to mine a block much less enough to profit on, and they have tens to hundreds of million in volume per day.

So what do you guys think the reason is? I'm sure no mining is a part of it, but not the entire reason.
Are people really holding that much that there isn't a whole lot out there to buy and sell?
is there just not much interest?

what is everyone's thoughts?

lack of exchanges is a big reason IMO.

Check ETH's market vs. NEM's (300+ vs. 17)
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ethereum/#markets
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/nem/#markets

Korea's exchanges such as Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit are driving huge volumes these days, and no NEM on these ...

Anyway, the NEM Foundation Global Expansion is big news!
https://coinjournal.net/nem-io-foundation-unveils-us40-million-global-expansion-plan/

"Other initiatives part of the partnership include the development of a cryptocurrency exchange for the NEM ecosystem. Blockchain Global previously built ACX.io, Australia’s largest Bitcoin exchange by volume."

Shows they continue to focus on Blue Ocean strategy ...

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What Makes NEM unique among blockchains?

Designed with all new code to be secure, scalable, fast, flexible and easy to build on utilizing a simple API.

NEM features on-chain multisig and multi-user contracts with push notifications, a token feature called Mosaics, and namespaces.

Together with Mijin, NEM is the first public/private blockchain combination.

Multisig

NEM's multisig solution is on blockchain. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

Because multisignature accounts can be created, and transactions issued by using the API, it has suddenly become far simpler, to make use of multisignature technology. Furthermore, a client based multisig solution requires the wallet to be running. With NEM’s unique blockchain based solution for multisig, the NIS nodes handle the signing of a transaction. Hence, once a multisig transaction is created, the user can switch the client wallet offline.

Node Reputation System

Eigentrust is a security clustering algorithm so nodes can give reputation to their neighbors in clusters, making it very difficult for a node to give false information consistently to the network. Only nodes that have consistently performed well in the past giving verifiable correct information are given a good reputation and have their data acknowledged.

To learn more about Eigentrust++ in NEM please read Chapter 6 of the NEM Technical Reference.

Messaging

Messages can be sent along with transactions or by themselves. This can be done unencrypted/encrypted/hex formats depending on the user or programmers needs.

2-Tiered Architecture

Design of the solution is based on the NCC being one tier (i.e., client) and the NIS being the server tier. The NCC also has a webserver with useful APIs.

Harvesting

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

Mosaics

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

NIS

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

Consensus Mechanism

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

100% New Code

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

XEM

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

Namespace

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

Spam Protection

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

supernodes

NEM's multisig solution is “on blockchain”. This doesn’t sound like a big deal at first, but if one really takes a closer look at it, the advantages are significant. With other platforms, multisig has always been client or wallet based which means each implementation is not compatible across many different platforms, even if it is of the same crypto currency. This is not the case with NEM.

lightwallet

NEM has three versions of wallets that can be run locally and independently of an NIS. The NCC is the first wallet and comes equipped with APIs. Open-source Android and iOS mobile apps have been built and are released on the testnet for full testing and will be coming to the App Store and the Google Play store soon. And lastly there is the new lightwallet.

NEM’s lightwallet is a fully equipped wallet but in the form of a browser webpage and written in javascript that, like all NEM wallets, does all important signing locally. So now one can have just one html file to send XEM in a public network using any NIS without risking the safety of the account. Every NIS serves the lightwallet via port 7777 but if connecting to any node other than a trusted one, it is recommended to run a standalone lightwallet version for full security.

The lightwallet is important because it enables any merchant to easily incorporate the lightwallet javascript code into their websites to facilitate payments. This can be done in minutes and the implications can be profound as the NEM blockchain data become easily available and accessible by the merchant.

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