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October 05, 2020, 06:33:35 PM
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Nexus also has a naming service. This was yet something else I have only recently became aware of that interests me.

TAO Naming Service <NEXUS>

You can learn more about the naming service here https://www.publish0x.com/nexus/tao-naming-service-xnlgmvx

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October 05, 2020, 06:43:26 PM
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Did you know, that with no coding experience required, you can build dapps on Nexus? Some people have already done this.

"88 installs of the $NXS
@bubble
 #blockchain plug-in have occurred already! To learn what they are building & how to make your own creation join our slack community bubble-wg & review the Nexus #nocode tutorial:"

"Why use this plugin?
This plugin will enable the creation of a blockchain-based application, without
the coding experience required or significant costs typically associated with
blockchain development."


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October 05, 2020, 06:48:06 PM
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Nexus is developing a mobile wallet with full network connectivity, operating as a trustless light-node giving your mobile device the security and privacy of a full node, while only using a few hundred MB’s of disk.

What does this mean? This means this will be the first crypto wallet to have network node functionality. Key to adoption. Key to network growth. Key to security. This is pretty huge news IMHO.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yTG9PSDAGI&feature=emb_title

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October 05, 2020, 06:54:02 PM
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Here is the latest dev update.

https://youtu.be/jUFS0OOBRKU

They tend to be quite long so "Digital Future" have done a great job compiling most of the info.

Check it out:

https://thedigitalfuture.net/2020/09/24/nexus-development-updates-tritium-mobile-wallet-new-use-cases/

https://thedigitalfuture.net/2020/09/23/nexus-tritium-new-features-security-and-adoption-coming-soon/

Give this guy a follow on twitter also. Really does a good job getting out Nexus content.

https://twitter.com/TDigitalFuture
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October 05, 2020, 06:56:25 PM
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Here is the latest dev update.

https://youtu.be/jUFS0OOBRKU

They tend to be quite long so "Digital Future" have done a great job compiling most of the info.

Check it out:

https://thedigitalfuture.net/2020/09/24/nexus-development-updates-tritium-mobile-wallet-new-use-cases/

https://thedigitalfuture.net/2020/09/23/nexus-tritium-new-features-security-and-adoption-coming-soon/

Give this guy a follow on twitter also. Really does a good job getting out Nexus content.

https://twitter.com/TDigitalFuture


Sweet! Thank you for sharing!

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October 05, 2020, 07:06:01 PM
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A few quick questions. I've been following this project since 2016 and acquired my NXS then.

1) Is Nexus still a SHA-3 based quantum resistant coin/blockchain? If so, why doesn't the new site emphasize that?
2) Is Nexus ASIC resistant? I saw a mining pool for Blackminer's ASIC had Nexus listed as mineable. So is the hash channel now dominated by ASIC hardware?
3) Related to #2, is this why GPU miner development hasn't been updated in years?

I still want to believe in this project but I need some clear answers going forward.

Quite good questions ...

I would like to see what the answers would be also.

Though I would think that the mining side has been dominated by FPGA for quite some time now, and those that have GPU could still mine reasonably well also.

#crysx

Paul already answered the questions a little above your post. ill paste em here for you:

"1) We do still use SHA-3 as part of the hashing for the hash channel.  Our quantum resistance comes from a number of factors... not only from our adoption of post-quantum hashing functions such as FALCON, but also through our Signature Chains architecture, which constitutes one-time use public/private keys and limits the window of opportunity for brute-force cracking.   All aspects of Nexus's quantum resistance is covered in detail on the website here https://tech.nexus.io/quantum-resistance

2) No Nexus is not ASIC resistant, though I'm not aware that any have been developed so far.  There have been FPGA bitstream's developed for the Nexus hash channel and Blackminer is offering an FPGA (to use with their pool) complete with a Nexus bitstream.

3) The GPU miner for the hash channel was updated last year.... https://github.com/Nexusoft/NexusMiner.  The hash channel didn't have too much room for improvement, but this miner includes significant speed improvements for GPU mining on the prime channel.  Jack (aka Blackjack) who originally developed NexusMiner whilst working for Nexus, has since made further updates to NexusMiner on his personal github repo.  I can't find the link to it at the moment but I'm sure someone could post it of you need it. "
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October 17, 2020, 12:47:40 PM
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A project named BEF - Biodiversity and Ecosystem Futures, have launched on Nexus!

Really interesting. Its the first asset registry that enables the tracking & trading of environmental assets (e.g Carbon Credits) to incentivize environmental regeneration.
Carbon Credits market is 500M per day with a 30% annual growth rate, so potential something that can bring volume back to Nexus!


https://www.publish0x.com/nexus-blockchain-use-case-announcements/protecting-biodiversity-and-ecosystems-xrozxvp



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November 12, 2020, 01:18:25 PM
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NXS goes down in sats:
Colin: "All good, we are retaining usd value"

NXS goes down in usd:
Colin: "It's all good, we are retaining sats value, usd is evil anyway, right?!"

Both sats and usd go down the drain:
Colin: "Nexus was never about making money, if you think otherwise you should leave"

Nexus pumps :
Colin: "I am your successful genius leader"

Satellite company goes bankrupt:
Colin: "So great, now we have a better business model"

Nexus delisted from exchange:
Colin: "This will make Nexus that more decentralized"

Nexus losing followers on Twitter:
Colin: "That's your job, duh"

Nexus gets scammed by hired fraudsters:
Colin: "This was a much needed experience, we learned from it"

Nexus gets scammed by hired fraudsters, again:
Colin: "I only build technology, sorry"

Nexus loses partnership by being slow, overpromising and underdelivering:
Colin: "It was not meant to be"

Nexus is losing devs:
Colin: "Nexus is that much stronger now, only like-minded people left on the team"

People complain about  Cohen's horrible leadership:
Colin: "I don't consider myself a leader"
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December 22, 2020, 06:33:49 PM
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Lots of great stuff going on for Nexus!  Be sure to follow both the Official Twitter and the Community Twitter handles for updates and giveaways.

https://twitter.com/Nexusofficial

https://twitter.com/NXSCommunity


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December 22, 2020, 06:36:35 PM
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Pretty exciting White paper release yesterday.

Check it out!

Nexus: A New Internet Protocol

https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=https://github.com/Nexusoft/NP-WP/releases/download/1.0.0/Nexus_Protocol_1.0.0.pdf

Link also in this tweet.

https://twitter.com/colinjcantrell/status/1341087045842653184?s=20


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December 26, 2020, 10:56:21 PM
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I still don't understand if the NXS developer plans to remove the outdated POW mining and switch to 100% energy-efficient algorithms (POS or dPOS)?

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February 09, 2021, 07:30:45 PM
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Latest developer report

https://medium.com/@NexusOfficial/nexus-development-report-q4-2020-a3f05ee57d4d
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March 07, 2021, 01:31:33 PM
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Whats going on? Anyone keeping up with this ann?

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March 07, 2021, 11:25:40 PM
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The project is in constant development, they had never been at this level of development, they are not very active in this forum but they are on other social networks, slack and telegram
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April 14, 2021, 07:01:23 PM
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Be sure to check out the Nexus Spring 2021 Virtual Conference starting tomorrow and being live streamed.  

A lot of cool speakers with some very interesting topics are scheduled including

Internet pioneer and Cisco Distinguished Engineer Victor Moreno and Space pioneer Jim Cantell of Phantom Space!

You can find a link to the video and a countdown timer on the Nexus home page at nexus.io


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April 15, 2021, 04:51:19 PM
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Within the last few years has this coin been swapped to a newer chain version or has been hard forked?
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Today at 04:15:30 PM
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Within the last few years has this coin been swapped to a newer chain version or has been hard forked?

Yes to Tritium, but the conversion happens on chain.  Quite a remarkable feat by the way.

https://medium.com/@NexusOfficial/migrating-your-nexus-wallet-to-tritium-24d1adc71c0d

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Today at 06:24:43 PM
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Within the last few years has this coin been swapped to a newer chain version or has been hard forked?

Yes to Tritium, but the conversion happens on chain.  Quite a remarkable feat by the way.

https://medium.com/@NexusOfficial/migrating-your-nexus-wallet-to-tritium-24d1adc71c0d

Is it this?:

https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/trittium

For the past few years I held Nexus on Binance. Did binance did the conversion for me?
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