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January 29, 2018, 01:51:50 PM
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That's normal for an unconfirmed transaction. It sounds like you've successfully sent your funds so I would just wait for them to confirm at this point.

Well, I checked the original address, and the balance is still unchanged - nothing has moved.  I am trying again....
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If you are trying to sweep using Counterparty, you will have better luck this way:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neYqIOKlyus

It will be a little difficult to follow at first but this method is more successful (so I am told - I have never tried it).
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January 29, 2018, 05:39:54 PM
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That's normal for an unconfirmed transaction. It sounds like you've successfully sent your funds so I would just wait for them to confirm at this point.

Well, I checked the original address, and the balance is still unchanged - nothing has moved.  I am trying again....

If you are trying to sweep using Counterparty, you will have better luck this way:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neYqIOKlyus

It will be a little difficult to follow at first but this method is more successful (so I am told - I have never tried it).
this youtube instruction video is accurate. There is also a hosted version of the sweep tool, hosted by community user TWSR, at https://sweep.nvo.party (currently not working due to a certificate error with cloudflare, but it should be working again in a few hours.)

The video goes fast, but if you pause it and study the screen as the author is using the sweep tool, then you can follow along fairly easily.

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January 29, 2018, 07:54:13 PM
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I'm a fan of NVO, but the fact of the matter is that everyone and their grandmother are now creating their own DEX. The longer it takes for NVO to launch, the less of an impact that it will have in the market space. Currently, we have Flyp.me, which is a decentralized exchange that has been up and running since August. They are still relatively unknown, but they're gaining more volume each month. The only way that NVO succeeds is if there is continued exponential demand for cryptocurrencies.

It looks like a new exchange gets launched every week and some of them will offer fiat to crypto exchange. The more time that passes, the less of an impact NVO will have when it eventually launches. Just my 2 cents.

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January 29, 2018, 09:01:09 PM
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I'm a fan of NVO, but the fact of the matter is that everyone and their grandmother are now creating their own DEX. The longer it takes for NVO to launch, the less of an impact that it will have in the market space. Currently, we have Flyp.me, which is a decentralized exchange that has been up and running since August. They are still relatively unknown, but they're gaining more volume each month. The only way that NVO succeeds is if there is continued exponential demand for cryptocurrencies.

It looks like a new exchange gets launched every week and some of them will offer fiat to crypto exchange. The more time that passes, the less of an impact NVO will have when it eventually launches. Just my 2 cents.
Well, considering my grandmother would have a hard time understanding how to turn on a computer, let alone know what crypto is, let alone how to set up a DEX, and assuming that most grandmothers are in a similar situation to my own, I'm pretty sure the quality level of all of these grandmothers' DEXes is nothing to worry about compared to the complexity of the NVO DEX.

As for flyp.me, it relies on other centralized exchanges to perform a trade, holds funds in a centralized wallet to facilitate trades, and sends centralized funds programmatically once your own funds are transmitted on the blockchain. It is NOT a DEX. It's just a web front end (with an api) that allows you to trade using other exchanges' liquidity anonymously. That's it. You still must trust the flyp.me operators to perform the trade. Just like any other centralized exchange.

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January 30, 2018, 12:30:28 AM
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Anything worth having is worth waiting for...if you don't want to wait for the iPhone, just buy a Samsung. Grin
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January 30, 2018, 10:57:44 PM
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I'm a fan of NVO, but the fact of the matter is that everyone and their grandmother are now creating their own DEX. The longer it takes for NVO to launch, the less of an impact that it will have in the market space. Currently, we have Flyp.me, which is a decentralized exchange that has been up and running since August. They are still relatively unknown, but they're gaining more volume each month. The only way that NVO succeeds is if there is continued exponential demand for cryptocurrencies.

It looks like a new exchange gets launched every week and some of them will offer fiat to crypto exchange. The more time that passes, the less of an impact NVO will have when it eventually launches. Just my 2 cents.
Well, considering my grandmother would have a hard time understanding how to turn on a computer, let alone know what crypto is, let alone how to set up a DEX, and assuming that most grandmothers are in a similar situation to my own, I'm pretty sure the quality level of all of these grandmothers' DEXes is nothing to worry about compared to the complexity of the NVO DEX.

As for flyp.me, it relies on other centralized exchanges to perform a trade, holds funds in a centralized wallet to facilitate trades, and sends centralized funds programmatically once your own funds are transmitted on the blockchain. It is NOT a DEX. It's just a web front end (with an api) that allows you to trade using other exchanges' liquidity anonymously. That's it. You still must trust the flyp.me operators to perform the trade. Just like any other centralized exchange.

I guess that we can conclude that your grandmother isn't a candidate, but mine is. You may have a point about Flyp.me not being a DEX, but NEX definitely is. No matter how you slice it, NVO's novelty will be lost in a sea of DEXes about to be launched.

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January 31, 2018, 12:02:47 AM
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I'm a fan of NVO, but the fact of the matter is that everyone and their grandmother are now creating their own DEX. The longer it takes for NVO to launch, the less of an impact that it will have in the market space. Currently, we have Flyp.me, which is a decentralized exchange that has been up and running since August. They are still relatively unknown, but they're gaining more volume each month. The only way that NVO succeeds is if there is continued exponential demand for cryptocurrencies.

It looks like a new exchange gets launched every week and some of them will offer fiat to crypto exchange. The more time that passes, the less of an impact NVO will have when it eventually launches. Just my 2 cents.
Well, considering my grandmother would have a hard time understanding how to turn on a computer, let alone know what crypto is, let alone how to set up a DEX, and assuming that most grandmothers are in a similar situation to my own, I'm pretty sure the quality level of all of these grandmothers' DEXes is nothing to worry about compared to the complexity of the NVO DEX.

As for flyp.me, it relies on other centralized exchanges to perform a trade, holds funds in a centralized wallet to facilitate trades, and sends centralized funds programmatically once your own funds are transmitted on the blockchain. It is NOT a DEX. It's just a web front end (with an api) that allows you to trade using other exchanges' liquidity anonymously. That's it. You still must trust the flyp.me operators to perform the trade. Just like any other centralized exchange.
I guess that we can conclude that your grandmother isn't a candidate, but mine is. You may have a point about Flyp.me not being a DEX, but NEX definitely is. No matter how you slice it, NVO's novelty will be lost in a sea of DEXes about to be launched.
Let me know when your grandmother makes a DEX, then, I guess. I'm sure it will be world class.  Roll Eyes

I'll let your goalpost moving slide there, in order to point out that the draw of NVO isn't "novelty" - it's infinite extensibility through the cross-blockchain plugin system and pure counterparty protection. It's not about being first (although that's an enormous benefit), it's about being technologically superior. And, you're really not using very good examples to further your argument right now - NEX is only for use on the NEO chain. Hardly worth writing home about compared to a true cross-chain DEX that NVO aspires to be.

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January 31, 2018, 12:08:28 PM
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Do we have an approx date on exchange launch? Website says q1

End of March is what they've been communicating on slack as well as telegram, so let's hope that's still the case Smiley

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January 31, 2018, 02:00:06 PM
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I'm a fan of NVO, but the fact of the matter is that everyone and their grandmother are now creating their own DEX. The longer it takes for NVO to launch, the less of an impact that it will have in the market space. Currently, we have Flyp.me, which is a decentralized exchange that has been up and running since August. They are still relatively unknown, but they're gaining more volume each month. The only way that NVO succeeds is if there is continued exponential demand for cryptocurrencies.

It looks like a new exchange gets launched every week and some of them will offer fiat to crypto exchange. The more time that passes, the less of an impact NVO will have when it eventually launches. Just my 2 cents.
Well, considering my grandmother would have a hard time understanding how to turn on a computer, let alone know what crypto is, let alone how to set up a DEX, and assuming that most grandmothers are in a similar situation to my own, I'm pretty sure the quality level of all of these grandmothers' DEXes is nothing to worry about compared to the complexity of the NVO DEX.

As for flyp.me, it relies on other centralized exchanges to perform a trade, holds funds in a centralized wallet to facilitate trades, and sends centralized funds programmatically once your own funds are transmitted on the blockchain. It is NOT a DEX. It's just a web front end (with an api) that allows you to trade using other exchanges' liquidity anonymously. That's it. You still must trust the flyp.me operators to perform the trade. Just like any other centralized exchange.

I guess that we can conclude that your grandmother isn't a candidate, but mine is. You may have a point about Flyp.me not being a DEX, but NEX definitely is. No matter how you slice it, NVO's novelty will be lost in a sea of DEXes about to be launched.

If I had a dollar for every person who thinks all of these limited dex's coming out have any candle to hold to the depth of NVO....  The only one I can think of that will be competition is Blocknet - and even with them they are limited to coins that utilize the lightning network.  NVO has stated from the beginning a release time of Q1 2018 - and here we are not even through with the first month of Q1 and folks are starting to complain.
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January 31, 2018, 02:15:58 PM
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We need more FUD here, I want more coins cheaper.
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January 31, 2018, 03:02:40 PM
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We need more FUD here, I want more coins cheaper.

y, lets keep it up. i have some, but i wanna buy more. ok, my 2 cents:

NVO...useless coins, useless project.
always late on the party
DEX? who needs it?
wallet? omg,  i have plenty wallets now.
im sure it is a scam. devs are walking from each project right?
i'd be buying at 1 cents. seems like a nice price.
crypto's are dying soon.
better have dollars. or gold. or girls.
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February 01, 2018, 10:00:29 AM
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or girls.

i am a simple man,


No NVST = No girls  Grin
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February 01, 2018, 09:48:59 PM
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How come your project have last update in Github in june 2017?
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February 02, 2018, 06:16:25 AM
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We need more FUD here, I want more coins cheaper.

Is it cheap enough now?  Grin
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February 02, 2018, 02:33:53 PM
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How come your project have last update in Github in june 2017?
Because having a public github repository is unnecessary at this stage. They have paid developers who don't need community input. Indeed, community input right now would probably slow development.

Additionally, certain technology is apparently patentable, and the dev team wants to secure a patent before making the affected technology public - at minimum, they want a professional code audit before release. All of those things taken together means no public repository for now.

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February 02, 2018, 05:43:03 PM
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I really hope something happens with the NVO wallet.  I have tried so many times to sweep my several thousand NVST tokens using Counterpary without success.  I feel like a hostage to Counterparty and thus and NVST due to the problems with moving my tokens.  
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February 02, 2018, 06:05:37 PM
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I really hope something happens with the NVO wallet.  I have tried so many times to sweep my several thousand NVST tokens using Counterpary without success.  I feel like a hostage to Counterparty and thus and NVST due to the problems with moving my tokens.  
I trust you've tried the info here, right? https://counterpartytalk.org/t/sweep-private-keys-issue/2325/94

a hosted version is available at https://sweep.nvo.party/ - run by community member TSWR

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February 02, 2018, 06:40:40 PM
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I really hope something happens with the NVO wallet.  I have tried so many times to sweep my several thousand NVST tokens using Counterpary without success.  I feel like a hostage to Counterparty and thus and NVST due to the problems with moving my tokens.  
I trust you've tried the info here, right? https://counterpartytalk.org/t/sweep-private-keys-issue/2325/94

a hosted version is available at https://sweep.nvo.party/ - run by community member TSWR

I will give those two a chance tonight.  So far I have only tried using the Counterpary (and Coindaddy) main sites.  Thanks!
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February 02, 2018, 07:24:39 PM
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I really hope something happens with the NVO wallet.  I have tried so many times to sweep my several thousand NVST tokens using Counterpary without success.  I feel like a hostage to Counterparty and thus and NVST due to the problems with moving my tokens.  
I trust you've tried the info here, right? https://counterpartytalk.org/t/sweep-private-keys-issue/2325/94

a hosted version is available at https://sweep.nvo.party/ - run by community member TSWR

I will give those two a chance tonight.  So far I have only tried using the Counterpary (and Coindaddy) main sites.  Thanks!
Very good, glad I could help Smiley

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February 04, 2018, 02:00:14 PM
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I'm a fan of NVO, but the fact of the matter is that everyone and their grandmother are now creating their own DEX. The longer it takes for NVO to launch, the less of an impact that it will have in the market space. Currently, we have Flyp.me, which is a decentralized exchange that has been up and running since August. They are still relatively unknown, but they're gaining more volume each month. The only way that NVO succeeds is if there is continued exponential demand for cryptocurrencies.

It looks like a new exchange gets launched every week and some of them will offer fiat to crypto exchange. The more time that passes, the less of an impact NVO will have when it eventually launches. Just my 2 cents.
Well, considering my grandmother would have a hard time understanding how to turn on a computer, let alone know what crypto is, let alone how to set up a DEX, and assuming that most grandmothers are in a similar situation to my own, I'm pretty sure the quality level of all of these grandmothers' DEXes is nothing to worry about compared to the complexity of the NVO DEX.

As for flyp.me, it relies on other centralized exchanges to perform a trade, holds funds in a centralized wallet to facilitate trades, and sends centralized funds programmatically once your own funds are transmitted on the blockchain. It is NOT a DEX. It's just a web front end (with an api) that allows you to trade using other exchanges' liquidity anonymously. That's it. You still must trust the flyp.me operators to perform the trade. Just like any other centralized exchange.
I guess that we can conclude that your grandmother isn't a candidate, but mine is. You may have a point about Flyp.me not being a DEX, but NEX definitely is. No matter how you slice it, NVO's novelty will be lost in a sea of DEXes about to be launched.
Let me know when your grandmother makes a DEX, then, I guess. I'm sure it will be world class.  Roll Eyes

I'll let your goalpost moving slide there, in order to point out that the draw of NVO isn't "novelty" - it's infinite extensibility through the cross-blockchain plugin system and pure counterparty protection. It's not about being first (although that's an enormous benefit), it's about being technologically superior. And, you're really not using very good examples to further your argument right now - NEX is only for use on the NEO chain. Hardly worth writing home about compared to a true cross-chain DEX that NVO aspires to be.

My grandmother will be launching her DEX next month. I'll update you when it goes live Cheesy

As for NVO and its competitors, only time will tell. I've invested a lot of money into this project, so I hope that it does well. We shall see in due time.

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