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November 08, 2013, 07:48:35 AM
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So it isn't a real P2P exchange that you are implementing as we are?  So what is it, a proxy to a website built in?

And yes, it DOES take a lot of resources, time and effort to do....I know this Smiley

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November 08, 2013, 07:59:19 AM
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It is real.

Here is an example

I want to run a business.  I issue an asset (let's call it Krusty Krab tokens - KKT).  I set quantity of KKT to 1000.  I announce that I sell KKT for 20 NXT each and pay 5 NXT monthly interest within next 6 months.  I create an ask order -- 1000 KKT for 20,000 NXT.  You create a transaction that sends me 500 NXT for 25 KKT.  It's up to you what to do with your 25 KKT (you can place an ask order and sell them for 27 NXT) but each month I will check the blockchain to see who owns KKT.  And I will send 5 NXT for each KKT to those who owns them.
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November 08, 2013, 09:10:18 AM
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November 08, 2013, 11:06:58 AM
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and thanks for those 20btc everyone

how secure can Nxt be when he can't secure his own computer?

joke.. (a bit)

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November 08, 2013, 02:27:35 PM
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and thanks for those 20btc everyone

U wouldn't get them back anyway.

I'm that guy who is developing the client, so I will publish updates until BCNext is back. If I disappear one of the 2 remaining guys will continue the work until Nxt is released as planned.
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November 08, 2013, 03:04:35 PM
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I will be quite suprised if this turns out to be a scam. But our innovator is clearly a bit of an oddball.

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November 08, 2013, 03:13:48 PM
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I will be quite suprised if this turns out to be a scam. But our innovator is clearly a bit of an oddball.

It's hard to scam in proposed scheme. He promised to launch Nxt. All main features r completed and Nxt can be launched even today. I can do it by myself after I figure out how to create Genesis block. Disassembled code is quite ugly but readable. This coin is the most innovative among all other coins I supported, so if bcnext is hit by bus I will launch it.

Btw autists are the best innovators Cheesy
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November 08, 2013, 03:15:57 PM
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I will be quite suprised if this turns out to be a scam. But our innovator is clearly a bit of an oddball.

It's hard to scam in proposed scheme. He promised to launch Nxt. All main features r completed and Nxt can be launched even today. I can do it by myself after I figure out how to create Genesis block. Disassembled code is quite ugly but readable. This coin is the most innovative among all other coins I supported, so if bcnext is hit by bus I will launch it.

Good to hear. Anyway I like oddballs.

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November 11, 2013, 06:02:14 PM
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Good to hear.

That's funny. I spent a few hours trying to get how to create Genesis block. I assumed that, like Bitcoin, Nxt doesn't contain code for Genesis block generation, so I was digging thru the code backwards starting from block validation upon its receipt... And found the code that creates the very 1st block!
Next time I will start from the very beginning and will move forwards. Cheesy
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November 12, 2013, 11:01:39 AM
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Did you hear anything from BCnext or his crew?
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November 12, 2013, 01:43:53 PM
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Well surely that is for you to determine the right use-cases and worst-case scenarios to test for, not for me to tell you, your code works different to eMunie, so different test cases are needed.

Simply, you want to test it to destruction!!  You want to MAKE it break, WAAAAAAY above any load that it will ever receive, then you fix that weak spot and test it to destruction again...keep doing that until either it doesn't break, OR the breaking point is so far outside of normal use it's irrelevant.

For example, for one entire week with eMunie, we generated 70k transactions per day, on a 10 node network....it took it all, just about.  This was after many iterations of the same test, pushing the failure point out further and further.

That will NEVER happen in real world scenarios where 10 machines are creating 70k transactions per day even at VISA scale levels (I know you don't like VISA scale references but you gotta think about it).

Other things, connectivity issues you cant control, so, pull the plug at a crucial moment and make sure that it continues with no errors, any DB's you use kill the drive halfway through a write and make sure it recovers etc etc

You're a software engineer right?  You should know this stuff!


you need me to break(test) something?LOLL  Cool

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November 12, 2013, 01:48:38 PM
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Well surely that is for you to determine the right use-cases and worst-case scenarios to test for, not for me to tell you, your code works different to eMunie, so different test cases are needed.

Simply, you want to test it to destruction!!  You want to MAKE it break, WAAAAAAY above any load that it will ever receive, then you fix that weak spot and test it to destruction again...keep doing that until either it doesn't break, OR the breaking point is so far outside of normal use it's irrelevant.

For example, for one entire week with eMunie, we generated 70k transactions per day, on a 10 node network....it took it all, just about.  This was after many iterations of the same test, pushing the failure point out further and further.

That will NEVER happen in real world scenarios where 10 machines are creating 70k transactions per day even at VISA scale levels (I know you don't like VISA scale references but you gotta think about it).

Other things, connectivity issues you cant control, so, pull the plug at a crucial moment and make sure that it continues with no errors, any DB's you use kill the drive halfway through a write and make sure it recovers etc etc

You're a software engineer right?  You should know this stuff!


you need me to break(test) something?LOLL  Cool

Lol you can have a go, it's been through the mill already, join the forum and put your name in the beta tester waiting list (we add more about twice a week), lets see what damage you can do Wink

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November 12, 2013, 09:25:22 PM
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Did you hear anything from BCnext or his crew?

Yes, he stopped using his 2nd BitcoinTalk account but I still get requests how to develop the client. I'm sure he is reading this thread using his main account. He could be anyone, even neer.g.
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November 13, 2013, 06:32:02 AM
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even neer.g.

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November 13, 2013, 08:42:09 PM
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Well surely that is for you to determine the right use-cases and worst-case scenarios to test for, not for me to tell you, your code works different to eMunie, so different test cases are needed.

Simply, you want to test it to destruction!!  You want to MAKE it break, WAAAAAAY above any load that it will ever receive, then you fix that weak spot and test it to destruction again...keep doing that until either it doesn't break, OR the breaking point is so far outside of normal use it's irrelevant.

For example, for one entire week with eMunie, we generated 70k transactions per day, on a 10 node network....it took it all, just about.  This was after many iterations of the same test, pushing the failure point out further and further.

That will NEVER happen in real world scenarios where 10 machines are creating 70k transactions per day even at VISA scale levels (I know you don't like VISA scale references but you gotta think about it).

Other things, connectivity issues you cant control, so, pull the plug at a crucial moment and make sure that it continues with no errors, any DB's you use kill the drive halfway through a write and make sure it recovers etc etc

You're a software engineer right?  You should know this stuff!


you need me to break(test) something?LOLL  Cool

Lol you can have a go, it's been through the mill already, join the forum and put your name in the beta tester waiting list (we add more about twice a week), lets see what damage you can do Wink

how much money and time have you put into this? LMAO
~ i can crush it if you really want me to!!!!  Cool

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November 13, 2013, 08:59:12 PM
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a year of time and $80k so far on just development Smiley

You are welcome to join up, I want to find any weaknesses whatsoever, otherwise whats the point? Smiley

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November 14, 2013, 09:10:22 AM
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I updated my server (http://88.198.210.245:7875/) to show BCNext the stock exchange interface. U can take a look and post ur suggestions/improvements. Tomorrow the development will be continued.
Click "Apple" icon in the bottom to open the exchange. If u log with "1" secret phrase u can see an asset issued by this account.
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November 14, 2013, 12:07:23 PM
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so bcnext is gone? :/
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November 14, 2013, 12:32:17 PM
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so bcnext is gone? :/

No, he just stopped to use BCNext BitcoinTalk account.
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November 14, 2013, 02:56:20 PM
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I updated my server (http://88.198.210.245:7875/) to show BCNext the stock exchange interface. U can take a look and post ur suggestions/improvements. Tomorrow the development will be continued.
Click "Apple" icon in the bottom to open the exchange. If u log with "1" secret phrase u can see an asset issued by this account.

Soo, that means you are BCNext? Or you are just part of his team?
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