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August 30, 2017, 03:25:32 AM
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As of now, there is no major progress to announce here.
I sometimes publish minar information in chat.

new library release, network status etc.

The library of java and processing which hxcoin is making will be wonderful.
He has many contributions such as EthereumWallet's porting and Pool source code.

http://www.nukowallet.com/
https://github.com/nicholas-xinhuang/nekoniumJava

A PHP library was also created by other members.
https://github.com/Cupmouse/PHPNekonium

I also prepared a development environment for Contract.
This has been customized a little.
http://nekonium.org/browser-solidity/01.85884478a57de99508250b0e1b625e9afd1e7eaf/

No information on the exchange and monetize which probably you most want to know.

Core members are working to earn living expenses, so progress can not be expected for a while.

However, larning is progressing.
No money, then die
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August 30, 2017, 04:53:11 AM
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Thank you for your concern.
I can harvest some vegetables in the field so it will be fine.
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September 01, 2017, 03:09:59 PM
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10 new coins added to Nova, but Nekonium is not between those 10... Sad
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September 01, 2017, 04:35:06 PM
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Is there any news about the coin or did she die without being born?
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September 01, 2017, 05:34:48 PM
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10 new coins added to Nova, but Nekonium is not between those 10... Sad

Only on novaexchange.com?
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September 05, 2017, 05:42:27 PM
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When get listed on novaexchange.com?
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September 08, 2017, 07:48:55 AM
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hey, coin is dead? Any news?
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September 10, 2017, 01:29:08 PM
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Dev, have you contacted with Novaexchange support?
Vote was ended month ago!
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September 13, 2017, 08:40:55 AM
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Dev, have you contacted with Novaexchange support?
Vote was ended month ago!

dev is not interested in exchange markets... Sad
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September 13, 2017, 10:38:20 AM
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we collected enough votes to get listed in novaexchange but is more than a month an still not listed. Let's wait some more time or myabe try to get listed in yobit.

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September 15, 2017, 06:36:57 AM
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Hey guys. Just discovered your altcoin. I see there are no exchanges for it. Have you considered building a decentralised exchange for it rather than waiting for a centralised exchange? I can see a couple of ways to do it:

If you have a trusted individual or group you could deposit ETH (easiest to implement the logic for this) and in return get a signed piece of data that allows you to generate an IOU on nekonium that is an ERC20 token. You could then trade that using a copy of the contracts on ethereum that implement decentralised exchanges like maker market/oasisdex, etherdelta and crryptoderivatives then when the seller wants to get ETH they could burn the token to alert the trusted party to release the ETH to their address (minus some fee to reward them for running both a nekonium and ethereum node and providing the service) the trusted party would not have to perform any transactions in this way as all they do is create signed data allowing the ones withdrawing or claiming tokens to perform the on chain transaction.

The other alternative way to do it would be atomic cross chain transactions. You would have a contract on ethereum and nekonium that locks funds from one individual and releases them to another individual after a challenge period if they know the data that resolves to some value when hashed. Revealing another hash-data in the challenge period cancels the exchange. The same contract but addresses (and currency) would be on the other chain with a cancel on one chain allowing a cancel on the other. This would have to be designed more thoughtfully than a simple IOU but it would be trustless.

You could even do these exchanges between the other etehereum alts and eventually rootstock and try and build some network effect as a low cost hub for exchange between these systems.

For anyone excited about this idea with some programming experience I recommend checking out open zepplin: https://github.com/OpenZeppelin/zeppelin-solidity which is a repository of solidity contracts / patterns.

I also have my own library of example contracts: https://github.com/JonnyLatte/MiscSolidity

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September 15, 2017, 06:50:59 AM
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Here is an example of some helper contracts that would make it easy for a single trusted party to offer an IOU:

https://gist.github.com/anonymous/6befb1d7b9a421207134ce6c1f9662c7

One contract would sit on the ethereum chain and simply emit an event that would alert a web3 script that could then generate the signed data for claiming the token on the nekonium chain, technically you dont need a contract for this but when it comes to redeeming the ETH funds this is the contract that allows a user to do that without a transaction from the trusted party, just their signature of the specific claim data.

The other contract is the token for the nekonium chain which allows anyone to generate your iou given the signed data of the claim from the trusted party. It contains a burn function that emits an event for the trusted party to be alarted to publish the claim for ETH on the other contract.

I have not put fees into this system but it would be trivial to add.

Some means of publishing the signed data would also be needed but with this system it would be relatively easy for anyone to audit the behaviour of the trusted party by comparing the emitted events of one contract against the claims on the other contract on the other chain.

All signatures are a hash of the data for the claim including an id and the contract address. This should prevent replay attacks if the contracts are simply deployed on each chain although in the event of a chain split having additional replay protection might be needed.



Feel free to donate nekonium tokens if you like my ideas: 0x0283b7d0d2224dd22f6bcecf4eb0cebdf8f5d282
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September 15, 2017, 06:52:45 AM
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Only the text explanation is weak, especially the only explanation of the technology of the text, you should have some logo or propaganda figure, even a title to attract people's attention, so does the reward activities will be announced
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September 15, 2017, 07:07:43 AM
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why novaexchange.com not in a hurry to add this coin to the exchange??? it's been over a month and still no coins at auction.🙈

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September 15, 2017, 07:14:52 AM
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I think it's hard to add a coin to the stock market without investing anything. There are many such coins. On another's hump in paradise you will not get.

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September 17, 2017, 03:22:42 PM
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https://www.c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=nekonium This exchange is worth a try maybe?

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September 18, 2017, 10:32:16 AM
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Hey guys. Just discovered your altcoin. I see there are no exchanges for it. Have you considered building a decentralised exchange for it rather than waiting for a centralised exchange? I can see a couple of ways to do it:

If you have a trusted individual or group you could deposit ETH (easiest to implement the logic for this) and in return get a signed piece of data that allows you to generate an IOU on nekonium that is an ERC20 token. You could then trade that using a copy of the contracts on ethereum that implement decentralised exchanges like maker market/oasisdex, etherdelta and crryptoderivatives then when the seller wants to get ETH they could burn the token to alert the trusted party to release the ETH to their address (minus some fee to reward them for running both a nekonium and ethereum node and providing the service) the trusted party would not have to perform any transactions in this way as all they do is create signed data allowing the ones withdrawing or claiming tokens to perform the on chain transaction.

The other alternative way to do it would be atomic cross chain transactions. You would have a contract on ethereum and nekonium that locks funds from one individual and releases them to another individual after a challenge period if they know the data that resolves to some value when hashed. Revealing another hash-data in the challenge period cancels the exchange. The same contract but addresses (and currency) would be on the other chain with a cancel on one chain allowing a cancel on the other. This would have to be designed more thoughtfully than a simple IOU but it would be trustless.

You could even do these exchanges between the other etehereum alts and eventually rootstock and try and build some network effect as a low cost hub for exchange between these systems.

For anyone excited about this idea with some programming experience I recommend checking out open zepplin: https://github.com/OpenZeppelin/zeppelin-solidity which is a repository of solidity contracts / patterns.

I also have my own library of example contracts: https://github.com/JonnyLatte/MiscSolidity




Thank you for the interesting things.
I will read it when I have time!
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September 22, 2017, 01:57:28 AM
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September 26, 2017, 04:12:57 PM
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Hey guys. Just discovered your altcoin. I see there are no exchanges for it. Have you considered building a decentralised exchange for it rather than waiting for a centralised exchange? I can see a couple of ways to do it:

If you have a trusted individual or group you could deposit ETH (easiest to implement the logic for this) and in return get a signed piece of data that allows you to generate an IOU on nekonium that is an ERC20 token. You could then trade that using a copy of the contracts on ethereum that implement decentralised exchanges like maker market/oasisdex, etherdelta and crryptoderivatives then when the seller wants to get ETH they could burn the token to alert the trusted party to release the ETH to their address (minus some fee to reward them for running both a nekonium and ethereum node and providing the service) the trusted party would not have to perform any transactions in this way as all they do is create signed data allowing the ones withdrawing or claiming tokens to perform the on chain transaction.

The other alternative way to do it would be atomic cross chain transactions. You would have a contract on ethereum and nekonium that locks funds from one individual and releases them to another individual after a challenge period if they know the data that resolves to some value when hashed. Revealing another hash-data in the challenge period cancels the exchange. The same contract but addresses (and currency) would be on the other chain with a cancel on one chain allowing a cancel on the other. This would have to be designed more thoughtfully than a simple IOU but it would be trustless.

You could even do these exchanges between the other etehereum alts and eventually rootstock and try and build some network effect as a low cost hub for exchange between these systems.

For anyone excited about this idea with some programming experience I recommend checking out open zepplin: https://github.com/OpenZeppelin/zeppelin-solidity which is a repository of solidity contracts / patterns.

I also have my own library of example contracts: https://github.com/JonnyLatte/MiscSolidity




Thank you for the interesting things.
I will read it when I have time!

This is a great way to answer a community member! Nice!
I'l pass anyway...
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September 28, 2017, 02:12:16 PM
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Already found almost 400k blocks, but there is no exchange.
Why is this coin interesting to the miners, Network Difficulty: 31.788 G, Network Hash Rate: 2.21 GH, what do they expect?
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