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Nanohive LabsBy Nanohive Labs
First created
Nanohive LabsBy Nanohive Labs
First created
$50,399
pledged of $60,000pledged of $60,000 goal
606
backers
Funding Canceled
Funding for this project was canceled by the project creator on Apr 5 2014

Shout out to our backers!

Posted by Nanohive Labs (Creator)
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A huge shout out and thank you from our team! We are very busy working on answering all your questions, building stretch goals, and adding more details on development. We look forward to delivering a great product for an awesome community. We need your help to reach our goal.

Our backers mean the world to us, thanks again, keep checking in for updates.

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      Wai Sing Lee on

      Don't believe it that one has to show their true identity to register for a KS account. KS, in their TOS, says that they can ask for your bona fides when an issue arises, which means that they do not check your identification when you first register.

      In any case, Jacob Evans has already admitted to having more than one account.

    2. Jacob Evans on

      And quite frankly, not really something that would happen on a website like Kickstarter where people are submitting their payment info and displaying their real life identity. It usually happens on news sites where there are very politically charged debates in the comments section.

    3. Jacob Evans on

      A sock puppet is a term for a fake account. It's usually an accusation thrown around by people who start arguments on the internet, to justify why everyone is being so hostile towards them.

    4. Brad Haigh on

      I'd like to know what a sock puppet is, I am very intrigued by the comment section right now.

    5. R E on

      I have a suggestion for stretch goal: 220V native support for worldwide compatibility

    6. Jonathan Gorman
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      Whatever it takes to get to USB 3 or Thunderbolt is important. For what I would like to use this for, I'm worried about USB 2.0 speed.

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      Marc on

      How exactly does the synchronization work? Does it function like dropbox or a NAS? When I plug the device in the wall socket and add the external hard drive, after I install the software does it create a folder for me to store stuff?

      When I add, lets say a video file, how will the streaming of that video file be like?