There is an acceptable/set level of precision, which is how we represent non terminating decimal numbers in binary systems. Bitcoin chose a number of bits, and set an arbitrary level of precision. It was chosen because it could be handled
Go to the safe_launcher folder, find the packages.json file. In the bottom of it, you'll see a section called 'devEngines", which specifies the supported node and npm version. Change those to the corresponding ones on your system. I changed to
How much faster would SAFE come if there were no resource limits on the project?
Really say access to 100000 of the best programmers and billions of dollars and all the resources at say IBM and the ability to repourpose
I don't understand why binary division is supposed to be only a down fall for a many owner scheme. It is a computer problem, and it isn't a really difficult one. The public doesn't have to be aware of binary
Does anyone have any links for the spread of MAID ownership?
The biggest issue with knowing who owns what is that it is expected that any large holding will be across multiple addresses and maybe some in exchanges. Take
Brock was part of Mastercoin as well....the same group that screwed up the crowdsale for MaidSafe..
I'm sure he and all his buddies dumped their Mastercoin in exchange for maidsafe. They are essentially getting rich from giving maidsafe worthless coins.
At 2^32 level, you are already at the same level as a standard float... maybe better since it isn't a floating point.
As far as I see binary division and float are basically the same problem. Float after all
Ok, great. But maybe it is time to close this topic.
OP didn't bring up the issue of his money, anyway; it questioned his vision (which I guess is not really an option here).
Hi @PeterRobertson, I know how it feels sometimes since I'm experiencing the same, but I know this is the way it just is, and I'm confident people will eventually start to show up, they are there watching us ,