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  Spin up skywire with docker-compose
Posted by: djskinner - 01-04-2018, 09:05 PM - Forum: Skywire - Replies (1)


Thanks to the previous contributor who added the Dockerfile I've taken their work a step further and submitted my first pull request to the skywire repo to add a docker-compose file.


When using docker this will allows you you spin up a skywire stack with a single command. It's also useful for Docker based infrastructure services such as Rancher.

I'm happy to have made a contribution to SkyCoin, albeit a very small one. Hopefully not the last from me.



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  Skywire London/UK
Posted by: LDN - 01-04-2018, 05:47 PM - Forum: WUG Discussions - Replies (5)

Hi all,

Just wanted to reach out to all the forum members who want to discuss all things Skycoin related for people in London and UK in general.

I have already set up a telegram which may be more for chats:


Perhaps this forum/thread is a good place to link/save particular documents/links etc.

The purpose of this group is to share all things Skycoin, Skywire etc, with the aim to help build the community in London and the UK in general.

In time we will post UK specific suppliers for Skyminer parts, trusted nodes, banter, and anything we deem insightful.

Looking forward to connecting in London & UK and please do all join the telegram as well!


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  In anticipation of a thorough DIY miner tutorial... dummy questions and suggestions
Posted by: Laughmore - 01-04-2018, 03:47 PM - Forum: Skywire - Replies (9)

My tech ignorance may not be a good representation of the average new sky miner builder.  Hopefully some questions in this thread may inform future DIY miner tutorials, FAQs, and possibly node software UI design...  I may be naive but my hope is that novices with some basic skills/aptitudes won't be too intimidated to grow the project.

What is a list of basic skills I will need to build and operate a miner?  PC building experience?  Familiarity with Github?  Command line and networking basics? Experience flashing router firmware? (How do I know if I'm ready to buy the parts?  Possible disclaimer?)

Some basic terminology unique to Skywire (for those experienced with mining other coins, and maybe those that aren't)?

General performance comparison of a miner built to spec compared to running a node from my laptop, office pc, or gaming PC?

Options for future-proofing hardware (building over "spec")?

Please offer your questions.  I didn't intend for this to be a Q&A, but by all means, offer answers if you feel so inclined.

Just using my ignorance as an example - I consider myself computer literate, and the instruction in the tutorial "setup $GOPATH env" without an explanation makes me sweat.
It's possible this endeavor is completely above my paygrade but I'm still hopeful that any aspiring geek like myself can get this going with a hand-holding tutorial. I'm aware said tutorial doesn't exist yet. Please feel free to offer examples of your own ignorance in the spirit of informing tutorial makers.

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  Synth at TEDx... ?
Posted by: Laughmore - 01-04-2018, 03:04 PM - Forum: Miscellaneous - Replies (4)

At what level of development might we hypothetically see this happen?  Wouldn't this be natural at some point?

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  Telegram groups list
Posted by: Yaya - 01-04-2018, 02:56 PM - Forum: Skycoin - Replies (4)

List of all the Skycoin telegram groups so questions get posted in the correct groups. 

Public Skycoin Telegram Groups:
Main disscussion https://t.me/skycoin
Support https://t.me/skycoinsupport
Bounty programme https://t.me/skycoinbounty
Skywire/Mining https://t.me/skywire
Skycoin/wire North EU https://t.me/SkycoinNordic
Skycoin/wire UK https://t.me/SkycoinLondon
Skycoin/wire NY https://t.me/SkyHashNYC
Skycoin/wire Dutch https://t.me/SkycoinDutch
Skycoin/wire German https://t.me/skycoingerman
BBS https://t.me/skycoinbbs
Kitty Cash https://t.me/kittycash
HappyHour https://t.me/SkycoinHappyHour
Skyledger https://t.me/skyledger
Price bot  https://t.me/skycoin_price
CX game dev https://t.me/skycoin_game_dev

Spaco https://t.me/WeAreSPACO
Solar bankers https://t.me/solarbankersICO

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Thumbs Up Spanish - Video que me dió a conocer el proyecto skycoin
Posted by: 1draven - 01-04-2018, 02:32 PM - Forum: New to Skycoin - Replies (1)

Hola a tod@s
Como primer post me pareció que es importante para extender mejor el conocimiento a la gente de habla hispana. De momento es el único video que encontré en el idioma que habla sobre Skycoin

Hello to everyone

As a first post, I thought it was important to extend the knowledge to Spanish-speaking people. At the moment it's the only video I found in the language that talks about Skycoin

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  Coin hours
Posted by: bajarangkale - 01-04-2018, 02:21 PM - Forum: Questions and Answers - Replies (10)

Coin hours is parallel currency with its own market rate. Users are paid coin hours for holding skycoin in their wallet its similar to the staking. Coin hours will be used to pay the bandwidth on the meshnetwork and for the trading fees on the DEX you will able to convert coin hours to other currency and spend them without sending your skycoin.

Coin hours are a parrallel currency to Skycoin that are produced every hour in the ratio 1:1 between Skycoin and coin hours. They are used to prevent spam attacks on the Skycoin network and as payment for bandwidth on Skywire. Eventually, there will be a seperate market for coin hours where they can be sold, bought or traded for Skycoin.

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  Lucky Draw
Posted by: Slaughterfreak - 01-04-2018, 02:02 PM - Forum: Miscellaneous - Replies (15)

Where do I enter my Wallet address for the Lucky Draw?
Do I get a PN if I win and then have to send it back or is there a field in the options somewhere that I missed? Big Grin

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  Skycoin Fiber MDL Overview
Posted by: Adlebert Coalseed - 01-04-2018, 12:53 PM - Forum: Fiber - No Replies

Blockchain powered platform for talent sourcing industry.

The global talent industry today suffers from a variety of problems:

Channels are not consolidated, talent search is still done manually;
A lot of misbehavior is happening because it is not going to be traced;
There is no industry standard for presentation materials;

MDL has set out to address all these problems and create
transparency, security and efficiency through blockchain solutions.

They currently run a pre-ITO on the Waves platform, before switching
over to Skyledger for their ITO and eventual business in early March.

Website: https://mdl.life/
Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/BafuqEaDUdGLXyyeJDIT4A

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  Skywire miner order updates
Posted by: Frog - 01-04-2018, 10:39 AM - Forum: Skywire - Replies (10)

Please post if you have received your order confirmation (option to actually send 1 BTC ) and to buy a prebuilt skywire miner.

The process as I understand it:

  1. Sign up: https://blog.skycoin.net/statement/skywi...-internet/ > Sign up to our mailing list for Skywire Miner updates: http://eepurl.com/c4DyAv
  2. Receive invite by email, as per queue according to when one signed up
  3. Confirm invite <- This is where the process is at the moment
  4. Receive option to buy
  5. Send 1 BTC
  6. Receive box + sky (about 500 skycoins)
  7. Help create the next internet! and escape enslavement at same time ... :-)

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