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February 04, 2014, 11:22:48 AM
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so you think that project implementing nxt > nxt itself in terms of ROI? strange to hear that..

Looks like u have not attended Economy courses Smiley

Interesting how developers always think they can come up with something even better.

Btw can we give newbies some free NXT for the 1500 page milestone?

Seriously agree with you!
cz I'm a newbie!
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February 04, 2014, 11:22:59 AM
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Nxt only need good development from devs (soon) or will die, its simple.
I agree..
And why is that?

I'm talking about services. For what will you use Nxt if there are no services for gambling, shopping and so on.

A currency is just as useful as there are services accepting the currency.

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February 04, 2014, 11:26:34 AM
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Someone asked upthread about Doge's marketing efforts.

Just saw this in an article at ars technica:

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February 04, 2014, 11:28:22 AM
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Hi guys,

Just saw this one the nextcoin forums. Has this been seen yet?
Can anyone give him an answer? Seems like a "hidden" cost for most users.

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,3755.0.html

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Is there any way to reduce or outright throttle bandwidth usage of the NXT client?

I've been running NXT client on Windows since mid Dec, upgrading to newest version when new ones are out.  The client uses between 150KB/s to 500KB/s.  This works out to 390GB to 1.2TB(!) per month.  My ISP charges dearly for exceeding 300GB/mo.  I first found this out because in Jan I unexpectedly hit 500GB of usage - thanks largely to NXT client.  In the first 10 hours of the new month, NXT client (now version 0.5.11) has already racked up 18GB of transfers.

I have high confidence in this next-gen currency, and want to participate in the network. And I don't want to lose NXT due to transparent forging penalties if I don't participate. But I can't pay Comcast another $50-200+ a month to be able to run such a bandwidth hungry app.

Please let me know any way to reduce the NXT client bandwidth consumption, and/or to set explicit throttle limits on it.  My apologies if this should be common knowledge, but I've already searched these forums and general internet for throttling or bandwidth related docs or posts and found nothing.  Thanks.


silence.... Roll Eyes

were is the great messias now?

BTW coudnt you wait to expose this till I was done selling, now everyone will start selling damn

and there is more... just wait...

 Roll Eyes ?

Let sum up what we have finished here:

- Decentralized Alias System / DNS: yes but not Complete
- Basic DDoS Protection: Complete?
- Decentralized Asset Exchange / Colored Coins:NO
- Transparent Mining:NO
- Arbitrary Messaging: Complete but absolete
- Instant Transactions:NO
- Decentralized Marketplace / Auction:NO
- Distributed Storage:NO
- Multi-signatures:NO
- Blockchain Shrinking:NO
- Two-phase Payments:NO
- Voting System:NO
- Reputation System:NO
- Decentralized Mixing Service:NO
- Distributed Computing:NO
- Smart Contracts:NO
- Hardware Wallets:NO
- Advanced DDoS Protection Project Kharo:NO
- white paper: NO
- Client:NO

What do we have:

bloated Blockchain that uses GB's of traffic that no one can afford!
hot air
unclaimed coins
12 laughing rich initial founders.
rats leaving the sinking ship already
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February 04, 2014, 11:30:22 AM
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Hi guys,

Just saw this one the nextcoin forums. Has this been seen yet?
Can anyone give him an answer? Seems like a "hidden" cost for most users.

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,3755.0.html

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Is there any way to reduce or outright throttle bandwidth usage of the NXT client?

I've been running NXT client on Windows since mid Dec, upgrading to newest version when new ones are out.  The client uses between 150KB/s to 500KB/s.  This works out to 390GB to 1.2TB(!) per month.  My ISP charges dearly for exceeding 300GB/mo.  I first found this out because in Jan I unexpectedly hit 500GB of usage - thanks largely to NXT client.  In the first 10 hours of the new month, NXT client (now version 0.5.11) has already racked up 18GB of transfers.

I have high confidence in this next-gen currency, and want to participate in the network. And I don't want to lose NXT due to transparent forging penalties if I don't participate. But I can't pay Comcast another $50-200+ a month to be able to run such a bandwidth hungry app.

Please let me know any way to reduce the NXT client bandwidth consumption, and/or to set explicit throttle limits on it.  My apologies if this should be common knowledge, but I've already searched these forums and general internet for throttling or bandwidth related docs or posts and found nothing.  Thanks.


silence.... Roll Eyes

were is the great messias now?

BTW coudnt you wait to expose this till I was done selling, now everyone will start selling damn

and there is more... just wait...

 Roll Eyes ?

Let sum up what we have finished here:

- Decentralized Alias System / DNS: yes but not Complete
- Basic DDoS Protection: Complete?
- Decentralized Asset Exchange / Colored Coins:NO
- Transparent Mining:NO
- Arbitrary Messaging: Complete but absolete
- Instant Transactions:NO
- Decentralized Marketplace / Auction:NO
- Distributed Storage:NO
- Multi-signatures:NO
- Blockchain Shrinking:NO
- Two-phase Payments:NO
- Voting System:NO
- Reputation System:NO
- Decentralized Mixing Service:NO
- Distributed Computing:NO
- Smart Contracts:NO
- Hardware Wallets:NO
- Advanced DDoS Protection Project Kharo:NO
- white paper: NO
- Client:NO

What do we have:

bloated Blockchain that uses GB's of traffic that no one can afford!
hot air
unclaimed coins
12 laughing rich initial founders.
rats leaving the sinking ship already


+ an idiot spreading fud
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February 04, 2014, 11:30:56 AM
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Let sum up what we have finished here:

- Decentralized Alias System / DNS: yes but not Complete
- Basic DDoS Protection: Complete?
- Decentralized Asset Exchange / Colored Coins:NO
- Transparent Mining:NO
- Arbitrary Messaging: Complete but absolete
- Instant Transactions:NO
- Decentralized Marketplace / Auction:NO
- Distributed Storage:NO
- Multi-signatures:NO
- Blockchain Shrinking:NO
- Two-phase Payments:NO
- Voting System:NO
- Reputation System:NO
- Decentralized Mixing Service:NO
- Distributed Computing:NO
- Smart Contracts:NO
- Hardware Wallets:NO
- Advanced DDoS Protection Project Kharo:NO
- white paper: NO
- Client:NO

What do we have:

bloated Blockchain that uses GB's of traffic that no one can afford!
hot air
unclaimed coins
12 laughing rich initial founders.
rats leaving the sinking ship already


I'm afraid u won't reach 0.05 price this way... 1 day left.
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February 04, 2014, 11:31:59 AM
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Hi guys,

Just saw this one the nextcoin forums. Has this been seen yet?
Can anyone give him an answer? Seems like a "hidden" cost for most users.

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,3755.0.html

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Is there any way to reduce or outright throttle bandwidth usage of the NXT client?

I've been running NXT client on Windows since mid Dec, upgrading to newest version when new ones are out.  The client uses between 150KB/s to 500KB/s.  This works out to 390GB to 1.2TB(!) per month.  My ISP charges dearly for exceeding 300GB/mo.  I first found this out because in Jan I unexpectedly hit 500GB of usage - thanks largely to NXT client.  In the first 10 hours of the new month, NXT client (now version 0.5.11) has already racked up 18GB of transfers.

I have high confidence in this next-gen currency, and want to participate in the network. And I don't want to lose NXT due to transparent forging penalties if I don't participate. But I can't pay Comcast another $50-200+ a month to be able to run such a bandwidth hungry app.

Please let me know any way to reduce the NXT client bandwidth consumption, and/or to set explicit throttle limits on it.  My apologies if this should be common knowledge, but I've already searched these forums and general internet for throttling or bandwidth related docs or posts and found nothing.  Thanks.


silence.... Roll Eyes

were is the great messias now?

BTW coudnt you wait to expose this till I was done selling, now everyone will start selling damn

and there is more... just wait...

 Roll Eyes ?

Let sum up what we have finished here:

- Decentralized Alias System / DNS: yes but not Complete
- Basic DDoS Protection: Complete?
- Decentralized Asset Exchange / Colored Coins:NO
- Transparent Mining:NO
- Arbitrary Messaging: Complete but absolete
- Instant Transactions:NO
- Decentralized Marketplace / Auction:NO
- Distributed Storage:NO
- Multi-signatures:NO
- Blockchain Shrinking:NO
- Two-phase Payments:NO
- Voting System:NO
- Reputation System:NO
- Decentralized Mixing Service:NO
- Distributed Computing:NO
- Smart Contracts:NO
- Hardware Wallets:NO
- Advanced DDoS Protection Project Kharo:NO
- white paper: NO
- Client:NO

What do we have:

bloated Blockchain that uses GB's of traffic that no one can afford!
hot air
unclaimed coins
12 laughing rich initial founders.
rats leaving the sinking ship already


Let's see what you've got;

Patience: NO

NXT - NEM - NAS - NFD
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February 04, 2014, 11:37:46 AM
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Let sum up what we have finished here:

- Decentralized Alias System / DNS: yes but not Complete
- Basic DDoS Protection: Complete?
- Decentralized Asset Exchange / Colored Coins:NO
- Transparent Mining:NO
- Arbitrary Messaging: Complete but absolete
- Instant Transactions:NO
- Decentralized Marketplace / Auction:NO
- Distributed Storage:NO
- Multi-signatures:NO
- Blockchain Shrinking:NO
- Two-phase Payments:NO
- Voting System:NO
- Reputation System:NO
- Decentralized Mixing Service:NO
- Distributed Computing:NO
- Smart Contracts:NO
- Hardware Wallets:NO
- Advanced DDoS Protection Project Kharo:NO
- white paper: NO
- Client:NO

What do we have:

bloated Blockchain that uses GB's of traffic that no one can afford!
hot air
unclaimed coins
12 laughing rich initial founders.
rats leaving the sinking ship already


I'm afraid u won't reach 0.05 price this way... 1 day left.

Poster does raise a valid point,  if there are no developers volunteering (and the latest source code hasn't been released),  then who is going to build all these wonderful features?

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February 04, 2014, 11:41:38 AM
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....
bs... bss.. more bs...
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Please people never forget that our emule is a professional investor...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=383259.msg4260845#msg4260845

he has massively invested in crypto -  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

and btw. still dumping?
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February 04, 2014, 11:43:05 AM
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....
bs... bss.. more bs...
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Please people never forget that our emule is a professional investor...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=383259.msg4260845#msg4260845

he has massively invested in crypto -  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

and btw. still dumping?


He already dumped. Now he is waiting for lower price to buy back.
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February 04, 2014, 11:44:38 AM
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quick apphub update.

have tested all basic functions account/alias/amessage (asset exchange close to complete) so far and it's working as expected, fast and stable but
there is a problem with keyphrases containing unicode characters. utf-8 encoding at codelevel is working but the gui engine supports iso 8859-15.

working on this.
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February 04, 2014, 11:46:48 AM
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quick apphub update.

have tested all basic functions account/alias/amessage (asset exchange close to complete) so far and it's working as expected, fast and stable but
there is a problem with keyphrases containing unicode characters. utf-8 encoding at codelevel is working but the gui engine supports iso 8859-15.

working on this.

Good news! When can we test it?  Tongue

NXT - NEM - NAS - NFD
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February 04, 2014, 11:47:11 AM
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NXT AROUND THE WORLD in 8 MINUTES!



What do you guys think about this IDEA.

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,3807.msg36016/topicseen.html#msg36016

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February 04, 2014, 11:49:56 AM
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NXT AROUND THE WORLD in 8 MINUTES!



What do you guys think about this IDEA.

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,3807.msg36016/topicseen.html#msg36016


Nice Idea! If we can make a nice video of this. It'll be awesome!

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February 04, 2014, 11:52:38 AM
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quick apphub update.

have tested all basic functions account/alias/amessage (asset exchange close to complete) so far and it's working as expected, fast and stable but
there is a problem with keyphrases containing unicode characters. utf-8 encoding at codelevel is working but the gui engine supports iso 8859-15.

working on this.

Good news! When can we test it?  Tongue

this not so good, because as mentioned above existing accounts with unicode keyphrases are not supported this way. this has to be solved.
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February 04, 2014, 11:54:28 AM
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quick apphub update.

have tested all basic functions account/alias/amessage (asset exchange close to complete) so far and it's working as expected, fast and stable but
there is a problem with keyphrases containing unicode characters. utf-8 encoding at codelevel is working but the gui engine supports iso 8859-15.

working on this.

Good news! When can we test it?  Tongue

this not so good, because as mentioned above existing accounts with unicode keyphrases are not supported this way. this has to be solved.

account holder with unicode keyphases don;t have to use your client till it's fixed.

but new users can begin immediately with your format.

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February 04, 2014, 11:55:15 AM
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quick apphub update.

have tested all basic functions account/alias/amessage (asset exchange close to complete) so far and it's working as expected, fast and stable but
there is a problem with keyphrases containing unicode characters. utf-8 encoding at codelevel is working but the gui engine supports iso 8859-15.

working on this.
Just tell us WHEN?
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February 04, 2014, 11:56:39 AM
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Blockchain Explorer shows support in my marketing account for the continuation of website and networking. I very much appreciate it! Thank you.
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February 04, 2014, 11:57:20 AM
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quick apphub update.

have tested all basic functions account/alias/amessage (asset exchange close to complete) so far and it's working as expected, fast and stable but
there is a problem with keyphrases containing unicode characters. utf-8 encoding at codelevel is working but the gui engine supports iso 8859-15.

working on this.

Good news! When can we test it?  Tongue

this not so good, because as mentioned above existing accounts with unicode keyphrases are not supported this way. this has to be solved.

The setup using the secret phrase is unfortunately not a universal solution.  It depends on what browser you were using when you set it up.  If you happened to be on windows browser, then you won't have UTF-8 encoding.  So when you walk up to another machine, say an android phone, your pass phrase won't work in certain cases.  

This is just a flaw that really doesn't have a solution.

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February 04, 2014, 11:59:11 AM
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If pointing out your last resort of snarks/eyerolls is ignorant and rude, so be it. I just don't think it's productive (neither is my bitching about your bitching, so I should probably just STFU now).

Hey, I don't enjoy sounding like a prick either Sad

Ok, I guess, fair enough. I should probably try one more time to convince him with arguments, instead of just bitching.

So James, consider this:

To test the old system you need to go and ask Jean-Luc to build-in a distributed cryptographic accumulator and then the rest of the libzerocoin via c++/java bridge, all this so you could just see for yourself, how horrible that system is.

Then, in a couple of months, when zerocash comes out, you're gonna come back and ask him to scratch all that and replace it with a distributed Merkle tree and a completely different ZK-proof system, based on SHA256 code, translated by a specially modified GCC compiler into code for a custom VM (which also needs to be implemented in our system, by the way).

Is this your plan? Because, frankly, it doesn't look very practical.

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