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Kevin Reese

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  1. Good day Elrond community! I was wondering about disk usage for nodes. First question: where is the free space needed? I've been experimenting running my node in Azure cloud now. In Azure cloud, VM's start with a small OS disk of 16GB and then you can attach additional disks, and mount them in Ubuntu. However I'm not sure what directory is used for the needed disk space? Is their a variable in the config files that determines what directory is used for empty disk space? Second question: I believe the 200gb disk requirement is mostly for temporary or cache storage use, is
  2. I've been involved in bitcoin since the GPU mining days. I have been trading crypto since Mt. Gox . All I can say to folks in this space is Buy, Buy, Buy, Buy, Buy. There is absolutely no way on the planet that egld will be less today a year from now than it is now. Superior technology rises to the top. 'nuff said. Buy, buy, buy, buy, stake,stake,stake this, don't even consider selling for at least a year.
  3. This is fantastic answer . I love this project, from the cutting edge tech to even this 10/10 level of community interaction, I could not be more optimistic about ELROND. I see your reasoning, as you have so well described it, and it makes sense to me. I also have been really studying EGLD this week, and have been monitoring the que sizes etc, to see what kind of time intervals it will take to delegate, and learning more. Besides the technology, the economics of this are also very unique, I don't think anyone has tried just this sort of design (in terms of the APY, staking, ques, an
  4. Good day. I just discovered this amazing crypto last week, and have been reading as much as I can since then. I really want to invest a significant amount and start my own validator node, as I have done for many other coins in the past (like I have been running DCR nodes for the last few years). However currently 2500 EGLD costs upwards of $90,000 US, which is a massive sum for an enthusiast such as myself. I see that EGLD token price has rapidly sky-rocketed with this bull run, so I was wondering, are there any plans to lower the staking amount to something more aff
  5. Good day Internet people and Elrond fans! My name is Kevin. I've been in crypto since the gpu mining of bitcoin days. I recently came across Elrond and have been very impressed by the team, technology and rate of development progress. I set up a validator node the other night, was a bit bummed to see that it requires 2500 EGLD ($80,000) so don't think I'll be do that anymore, but certainly will be following this project and purchasing a few coins. Thanks!
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