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November 22, 2013, 07:52:07 PM
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just claimend my next coins Smiley worked at first try.
looking forward to see this value in my wallet...
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November 22, 2013, 08:20:54 PM
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I thought that the initial passphrase that we used to generate the double sha256 hash and submitted with our donation was going to be the passphrase for our account and it's corresponding id.
- how then the new NXT users supposed to create accounts to themselves, in order to buy NXT from us?

I assumed new users would have to create a new passphrase for their accounts, but not the original donors.

Has it been determined that because people used an online sha calculator that these original passphrases are insecure?
-not at all.

Using an online sha calculator is a potential risk because you are submitting your passphrase to someone else.  I would recommend that everyone use a sha calculator on their local computer.  You can use the command 'sha256sum' in your terminal.

It's probably best that everyone is going to use a new passphrase for their accounts.  Now we just need the client to be hosted someplace besides Mega, so everyone can download it and create their accounts locally and not risk submitting their passphrase to an unknown server over the internet.

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November 22, 2013, 08:38:08 PM
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I thought that the initial passphrase that we used to generate the double sha256 hash and submitted with our donation was going to be the passphrase for our account and it's corresponding id.
- how then the new NXT users supposed to create accounts to themselves, in order to buy NXT from us?

I assumed new users would have to create a new passphrase for their accounts, but not the original donors.

Has it been determined that because people used an online sha calculator that these original passphrases are insecure?
-not at all.

Using an online sha calculator is a potential risk because you are submitting your passphrase to someone else.  I would recommend that everyone use a sha calculator on their local computer.  You can use the command 'sha256sum' in your terminal.

It's probably best that everyone is going to use a new passphrase for their accounts.  Now we just need the client to be hosted someplace besides Mega, so everyone can download it and create their accounts locally and not risk submitting their passphrase to an unknown server over the internet.

Think of the secret phrase as a private key/ brain wallet. It has nothing to do with the sha2 key made earlier and any secret phrase will open an account.
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November 22, 2013, 11:41:34 PM
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Is it still possible to send to the address to establish a position in Nxt?
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November 22, 2013, 11:51:22 PM
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Is it still possible to send to the address to establish a position in Nxt?
I think not!
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November 22, 2013, 11:54:02 PM
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Is it still possible to send to the address to establish a position in Nxt?

No, it ended:(

But I guess in the next day(s) when the investors got there Nxt you can buy over the forum Smiley
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November 22, 2013, 11:54:28 PM
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Is it still possible to send to the address to establish a position in Nxt?
I think not!

Klee,

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/11/21/businesses-embrace-bitcoin/3666279/

I just read this article. Congrats on being mentioned in it! Smiley
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November 23, 2013, 12:04:32 AM
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Is it still possible to send to the address to establish a position in Nxt?
I think not!

Klee,

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/11/21/businesses-embrace-bitcoin/3666279/

I just read this article. Congrats on being mentioned in it! Smiley

LMAO, I am famous!
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November 23, 2013, 03:04:35 AM
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Since http://88.198.210.245:7875/ cannot be reached at this time, Can I use the old client (Nxt.zip) to generate the account id? Will the id be same compared to the version you are running on your node? (I assume the secret phraze is converted to a number only hash).

Radix - just imagine
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November 23, 2013, 03:43:13 AM
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Same, I cannot access the site http://88.198.210.245:7875/

So just to make sure I got the instructions:

1) A single-hash of my phrase I sent with my original bitcoins.
2) Go to the site, click on the lock button, enter a new different key to get account number.
3) Enter into http://nxtgenesisblock.appspot.com/?key=[value_from_step_4]&account=[value_from_step_9] with my key and account number.
4) Check http://nxtgenesisblock.appspot.com to see if I did it correctly.

NXT: 13095091276527367030
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November 23, 2013, 05:18:18 AM
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Try this server
http://192.161.175.142:7875/

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November 23, 2013, 06:01:29 AM
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Pouncer which Nxt version are you using?  The one uploaded on Mega is 0.1.5.  It looks like yours is a newer version.

Also, if you're trying to run Nxt on Debian you need to use OpenJDK-7.

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November 23, 2013, 06:09:44 AM
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Pouncer which Nxt version are you using?  The one uploaded on Mega is 0.1.5.  It looks like yours is a newer version.

Also, if you're trying to run Nxt on Debian you need to use OpenJDK-7.

Come-from-Beyond set it up for me, so it must be the new version. The one on Mega is throwing up exceptions.

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November 23, 2013, 06:44:43 AM
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I can connect to http://192.161.175.142:7875, but I'm stuck on waiting for server response.

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November 23, 2013, 07:05:23 AM
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That was me who did that mistake! Not sure how I can fix it now as if I try it again it says "Already assigned to 14887912".  Someone else did the same as me by the looks of it.  What now?

The account will be reset back to 0, so u r supposed to enter the hash again later.

Done. Reenter the data again.
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November 23, 2013, 07:10:52 AM
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Come-from-Beyond can you upload the new version that you setup for Pouncer?

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November 23, 2013, 07:12:05 AM
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Come-from-beyond, can you upload the client to GitHub?  I can't get mega to work with my browser and it needs to be hosted on github anyway.

Try http://88.198.210.245/Nxt.zip


So, the passphrase we used to generate the double sha256 hash is not the passphrase we should use to get our account id number?

We need to make up a new random passphrase to generate an account id number?

No. But u can use the same.


Has it been determined that because people used an online sha calculator that these original passphrases are insecure?

No idea.
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November 23, 2013, 07:16:27 AM
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Since http://88.198.210.245:7875/ cannot be reached at this time, Can I use the old client (Nxt.zip) to generate the account id? Will the id be same compared to the version you are running on your node? (I assume the secret phraze is converted to a number only hash).

Old client can be used for that. Sometimes my node crashes with not enough memory error, seems 256 Mb is not enough.
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November 23, 2013, 07:18:47 AM
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Come-from-beyond, can you upload the client to GitHub?  I can't get mega to work with my browser and it needs to be hosted on github anyway.

Try http://88.198.210.245/Nxt.zip

This is the old version of the client.  Can you upload the newer version that Pouncer is using?

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November 23, 2013, 07:21:41 AM
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Come-from-beyond, can you upload the client to GitHub?  I can't get mega to work with my browser and it needs to be hosted on github anyway.

Try http://88.198.210.245/Nxt.zip

This is the old version of the client.  Can you upload the newer version that Pouncer is using?

Try again. Should be a new one.
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