(Updated June 15, 2019)
I am extremely excited after the beta launch of Urbit in January 2019.
I purchased a galaxy (~nem) several years ago and I’m looking to sell some of that address space. I have a number of “stars” available which are bundles of 65,000 addresses (planets). I am ever so slightly annoyed that they seem to be calling planets “Azimuth points” now. Each planet supports 2^32 devices. There are 4 billion addresses (planets) in total. A large number of them are locked for several years, so as of spring 2019 I assume there are not too many places to buy them.
To be fully upfront, the price is $5000 per star. I don’t like negotiating, so that’s a firm price, unless you might be interested in a bulk discount. It’s payable in a major cryptocurrency that we can agree on or by wire transfer.
I will also sell a planet (azimuth point) for $40 (paypal, venmo, crypto, whatever), which basically covers my time to run all of the smart contracts to generate one and send it (you can pick the name from these options: https://urbit.live/~falnem#planets/7). And if you happen to be interested in purchasing a galaxy, I am aware of one for sale and can connect you.
As an aside, I have every intention of holding onto my galaxy and providing a full suite of services for the stars and planets under my galaxy. I assume this really doesn’t become reality for another year or so, but if anybody is interested in working together on something like that send me an email. Please know that such efforts are likely not going to get rolling until 2020.
Contact me at email@example.com to discuss buying urbit stars.
What is Urbit?
- Technical description: http://www.urbit.org/primer
- Non-technical description: https://medium.com/vandal-press/urbit-and-the-not-so-dark-future-of-the-internet-400c9b667e2
- Another non technical description: https://medium.com/digital-stimulation/about-urbit-part-1-ownership-1a352973a409
- Podcast discussing Urbit:
- Another discussion of Urbit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07LE6SAhUdo
- Common objections to Urbit: https://urbit.org/posts/common-objections-to-urbit/