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February 11, 2014, 03:36:42 PM
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UPDATE: ClieNXT GUI

version 0.0.5 [code name] AE testnet

* this version solely works with testnet server http://holms.cloudapp.net:6874/
* Asset Exchange window has major features

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If you like my work, donate nxt 13792774143018875909 and thank you very much for all supports.

About messages,  I try to send message with 0 NXT fee or 1 NXT fee. But I can't send them. (No response when clicking send.)

When attaching a message to a transfer, I got such info:
[2014-02-11 15:50:17.866]Sent NXT :{"bytes":"0000684e6800a0057c407d3d74f8627325e19c52b1225b9fd0a64cd398a4a01ec3dfec822c44b32 82cc875ffe41e30a9102700000100000000000000000000002d55d01706f5a033bf3492a77a84ca 858a16cad0096290036092659aaae87702346ca361f19cdf6f4f465975521102627b515c02c2779 6d3009bde70ef0bdf3a","transaction":"5483911402105252468"}
[2014-02-11 15:50:17.903]Sent Msg :{"errorCode":4,"errorDescription":"Incorrect \"message\""}

@miramare ok, got confirmation that only hex works for messaging on testnet! I will remove option of sending plain text!
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February 11, 2014, 03:37:05 PM
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Can I get some to test with sent to 11391456778089294276?

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February 11, 2014, 03:46:15 PM
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And it's displayed in my client two times (for a reasignement it should only have one entry).

Okay - so it would seem that this is a client bug then.

Finally have moved onto the next page - again - guys please don't put in multiple screen snapshots (unless the idea is to get rid of me - in which case just do it a few more times and you'll succeed).


Thanks a lot for your answer. I understand it now.

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February 11, 2014, 03:48:04 PM
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Thanks a lot for your answer. I understand it now.

Report it to the client dev.

@CfB did you notice my post about malleability?
(or did you lose it amongst the screen snapshots in the previous page)

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February 11, 2014, 03:51:40 PM
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Thanks a lot for your answer. I understand it now.

Report it to the client dev.

@CfB did you notice my post about malleability?
(or did you lose it amongst the screen snapshots in the previous page)


You lost his reply it seems :-)
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February 11, 2014, 03:53:27 PM
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You lost his reply it seems :-)

Shit - I tried looking back but again my browser just jumps up and down because of the images.

Can you quote it for me?

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February 11, 2014, 03:53:59 PM
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@CfB did you notice my post about malleability?
(or did you lose it amongst the screen snapshots in the previous page)

I did and even replied (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5079081#msg5079081)

PS: We need Nxt Improvement Proposal.
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February 11, 2014, 03:55:56 PM
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http://wiki.nxtcrypto.org/wiki/List_of_Proposals

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February 11, 2014, 04:07:59 PM
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Guys... one question that is bugging me: has anyone checked the legal status of issuing these assets?

Given what's happened to btct.co and bitfunder.com, could people issuing these assets end up in trouble later?

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February 11, 2014, 04:09:44 PM
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ANNOUNCEMENT:


nxtFreeRider is available at:

www.quicknxt.com/FreeRider

sha256: 0b04c63911c877ba8dfb88bed1618c63590eeeb82cec42263c0452082f21402d  nxtFreeRider01.zip


please note: in terms of User Experience, this is an extremely rough release. However, the implementation of the API backend is complete, robust and multithreaded. The intention is to release a fully open sourced pythonic API, that can be directly inspected and extended by anybody capable of writing python code.
 


 

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Need some test Nxt for asset exchange please;   9637023121254362310
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February 11, 2014, 04:19:32 PM
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Need some test Nxt for asset exchange please;   9637023121254362310

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Thanks - well I think the first thing is to work out the scope of the problem.

In Bitcoin the problem is rather far-reaching as it includes ECDSA signatures themselves as well as problems with scripts.

At this stage I don't know enough about the Nxt protocol to comment - but fundamentally what we need to do is make sure that a Nxt tx is signed as a whole (so nothing is outside of what is signed apart from the sig) and that the sig itself cannot have an equivalent (with say leading zeroes).

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February 11, 2014, 04:22:00 PM
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Need some test Nxt for asset exchange please;   9637023121254362310

10K sent.

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February 11, 2014, 04:23:48 PM
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UPDATE: ClieNXT GUI

version 0.0.5 [code name] AE testnet

* this version solely works with testnet server http://holms.cloudapp.net:6874/
* Asset Exchange window has major features

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https://bitbucket.org/fmiboy/clienxt/downloads/clienxt_005.zip


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* Windows users unzip the archive and run Clienxt.jar file
* Linux users unzip the archive and run in terminal ./clienxt.run &
* Mac users unzip the archive and run in terminal ./clienxt.run & (not tested, working on creating *.app file or *.pkg installer)

* Languages English, Russian only Asset Exchange window translations are missing.

NB: don't use your own accounts on "testnet"

click Unlock button to open new or existing accounts on "testnet" (unlock and watch if you have more accounts)
go to Asset Exchange window and start Trading

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All available Assets

Issue Asset (fill all fields and Issue Asset, min. fee 1000)

Transfer Asset (select account that is added in Unlock window, it will detect all available Assets with their amount, fill rest fields and Transfer Asset)

My orders (all Ask and Bid orders for selected account)

Context menu (select any Asset and right click)

View Open orders (for selected Asset)

Place Order (ask or bid order for selected Asset, enter price 100 that will be considered 1, minimum price is 100)

Cancel Order (in My orders, you can select your order and right click to cancel order)

Cancel order window (requires only secret Phrase of account that placed same order)

Trade history (history of all trades for selected Asset)


Please report bugs or feature request here: https://bitbucket.org/fmiboy/clienxt/issues?status=new&status=open
Once client is tested, we can use it tomorrow without an issue!
Translators are very much welcome! The more languages we have the more people test Asset Exchange tomorrow.

Translators can find word list in Bundle.Properties (everything right side of "=" needs translation) here: https://bitbucket.org/fmiboy/clienxt/src/0a35a05b7786b2c3cf1e69ca16c0bbd48d8f953c/src/clienxt/Bundle.properties?at=master

If you like my work, donate nxt 13792774143018875909 and thank you very much for all supports.

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Rep Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381041
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February 11, 2014, 04:24:54 PM
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Need some test Nxt for asset exchange please;   9637023121254362310

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 Somone with a good heart... please allow me a chance to test this awesome system, before I start posting cat pics begging... I know CYIAM would hate pics in posts Tongue

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February 11, 2014, 04:25:33 PM
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Guys... one question that is bugging me: has anyone checked the legal status of issuing these assets?

Given what's happened to btct.co and bitfunder.com, could people issuing these assets end up in trouble later?

This is a good question... The whole BTC story is a grey zone, so I assume this is not a clear issue...
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February 11, 2014, 04:28:05 PM
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Given what's happened to btct.co and bitfunder.com, could people issuing these assets end up in trouble later?

A good question - and another reason why I am not overly excited by AE as it stands. You'd be pretty brave not to be "anonymous" and list an Asset IMO.

This is why "atomic cross-chain transactions" *are* the holy-grail as you could deal through anonymous AE without needing to trust its owner as basically they would only then exist to set up a trade possibility between two parties (i.e. a means of finding each other and finding an agreed price) but the trade itself would happen in a way that the asset owner would have no control over (the fee in NXT being the only way that the "lister" could make anything at all assuming the system has been set up to allow this).

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February 11, 2014, 04:28:11 PM
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At the dawn of electricity in the late nineteenth century was Thomas Edison envisioned a decentralized system with many small companies competing for generators installed near the point of consumption. Since the electricity distribution cables were still rare , the Edison Electric Lighting Company focused most of his first business in installing generators in small factories, shops, hotels and homes .
In 1888 , Edison had installed 1,700 small plants . In the early twentieth century , more than half of U.S. electricity It was self-produced by industries that took advantage of the waste heat and excess electricity sold to nearby customers.

Would it be possible to implement Nxt platform under the distributed energy market ?

Is a market where producers and consumers of energy would cross their sales orders and purchase orders simultaneously.

Today a small community of neighbors or landowners can generate and sell energy through solar PV , mini wind power, etc. .

For example an owner decide to install in his home to energy consumption solar pv but at certain times of day to spare and is now selling the excess energy in the Nxt platform.

At one point he needs same energy and buys his deficit in the Nxt platform.

both buyer and seller should obviously pay transport costs to distribution companies but the market for the generation and consumption of energy would peer ( peer to peer) .

This would link with the colored coins and the contract system like Ethereum .

Does anyone dare with the idea ?

If anyone dares I'm interested to collaborate .
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February 11, 2014, 04:29:16 PM
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Is that 6483973064837388393 some special account?
 it has had at maximum ~ 3 Million NXT, but it has earned fees almost double than those 50 Million's accounts.

I recall this was mentioned way back when alias-system was implemented and the rush for potentially profitable aliases started. For some reason, intentionally or by mistake, someone had set an enormous fee like over 100000 nxt to get just one alias. And one lucky guy, can't remember who it was but one of the active ones here, he was just lucky enough to forge that crazy fee.
That was C-f-B itself, who have forged that lucky block. AFAIR, he returned most of fee to alias issuer.
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