Iggdrasyl

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  1. Sure, not all of the people update the software every week. But I think I've seen some communities dedicated to Poker already. So I hope people check them from time to time, not only run the soft for mining. And I'm sure it will be advertised outside the soft also in order to attract more poker players.
  2. It's not an application. It's a part of the software. Before we had only chess and at least now they've added something more entertaining. To tell the truth, I hadn't played it yet as any time I have a free time, there are no active tables. Seems like not everyone updated the software. Or maybe they hadn't mentioned it.
  3. Nice to hear that! Then you can start mining if you don't have any additional questions. By the way, if something will go wrong, you can get a support in Mining channel inside Utopia. There are very good experts there. So you can send all your questions to them.
  4. How can I answer don't even knowing which PC do you have?? Very strange question. Minimal requirements are mentioned inside the soft and you can check. Moreover, if your PC does not meet these requirements, it won't even start mining anyhow. And 24/7 or not - it doesn't matter. If it can start mining, it can mine forever, until you'll have an electricity on.
  5. Bots are free and you can create them inside the software. So it's impossible to get any malwares from it. Anyway, if you're so nervous about it, you can not install them and use a simple mining. It will work slower, but anyway you'll get some Cryptons.
  6. Just imagine that you mine simultaneously on several PCs. The more mining bots you run, the more you'll mine. But for that your PC has to be more or less good. And you can find the whole information in Help section. Very detailed and simple guide. Everyone could deal with it.
  7. Don't forget to run the additional mining bots to make the process go faster. If you have more or less nice PC ofc. As simple mining won't do anything toyour PC but several bots can slow it down if it's not very good one. All the instructions can be found in FAQ section. Or you can discuss the details with people in public chats.
  8. Also, the airdrop starts today. You can pass the test to get some coins and also follow the social network to get some more. I've already been a subscriber so only test is available for me. I've already seen people discussing the airdrop. Crypto enthusiast love such activities
  9. If it will find the investors also, it would be even better. As mining probably makes more coins, but the value will rise after investing in it. The question is why did the developers decided to do that, as at first the main aim of the app was to provide anonymity. And now they start earning money.
  10. I think it will become more popular soon as it was also listed on CoinMarketCap https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/utopia/markets/ which is very trustful between crypto enthusiasts. But I think that more users have to mine it in order to make it more valuable. As for now the rates are too low.
  11. Yes, these are quite good news! As it seemed that the process of progress stopped and everyone were waiting for mobile version only. On the other hand, mobile version will only rise interest, especially if mobile mining will be available and will be proceed the same easy way.
  12. I won't tell such words like removing the competitors. What we know is that govs don't like anything connected with anonymity. It sounds dangerous. And the project is really unique. So they have to hide their names and place of residence.
  13. That's quite strange for me to hear that someone waits for these people to tell their names. Even Satoshi is still anonymous. Because everything connected to freedom and everything that hides you online, seems illegal to officials. So these people will never show their faces, in other case, we'll lose everything they developed.
  14. I don't think that one of his aims was to provide privacy or anonymity to people. It was all about the Internet as a separate new creature. All the stuff with encryption became popular a little later, when malwares appeared and people understood that they can do illegal things online also.
  15. I think that the only more or less encrypted forums can be found on darknet. But you have to built that privacy on your own. In all the other cases, anything you can access through chrome and google will collect all your data. And end-to-end-encryption really means nothing.