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February 12, 2014, 09:41:14 PM
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Guys I need asap a plugin (or however it is called) for a site to accept donations in NXT!
If it can't be linked to an actual NXT account, at least some graphics, buttons etc.

Thanks in advance.

You can use this as a base: http://nxtra.org/pay-button/

Unfinished since I'm working on a client, which is more important.

Note that you'll have to finish it to either send nxt to a different address every time, or ask the user for their account ID so that you can confirm payment is received. Or if you don't care, you can use it as is...

The QR code is bogus too.
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February 12, 2014, 09:41:45 PM
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Sometimes I feel a bit frustrated about the fee-system of Nxt, when I see these kind of blocks passing by:


Fee = 0,0016%


Fee = 33,33%

It's not really fair and the rich are getting even richer this way. I love Nxt, but there are small flaws which needs to be addressed. The critics will talk negative about Nxt because of these kind of issues. 

Maybe a percentage instead of a fixed fee? Curious to hear about the options.

I dont think approaching anything from the "rich getting richer" is a good idea in a 100% POS system.  IMO though fee should be based on transaction byte size.  And even if it were based on scale of larger transactions = larger fee, the 'rich' are more apt to mine those higher fee blocks anyways.  There just doesnt seem to be a way to prevent the 'problem', as it were.  Regardless, 'the critics' wont matter the more and more NXT features are released.

The real concern here is people just giving up forging, or centralizing their forging power into central pools.
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February 12, 2014, 09:42:22 PM
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Am I right in seeing that the fees for the asset exchange get sent to the Genesis account (destroyed)?
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February 12, 2014, 09:43:46 PM
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That's bad.

What about comparing outputs of NRS, ur and some other implementation, like NaCl? If ur and NaCl return the same values and NRS returns different ones then we could assume that ur implementation is correct.

I don't have linux OS. Someone else must test that.
But I am not sure that NaCl has that kind of signature/verify procedure for curve 25519.


I don't remember seeing sign/verify in nacl.

OT: having short break till Mon, in the meantime you guys can dump nxt price a bit Cheesy

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February 12, 2014, 09:47:23 PM
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Guys I need asap a plugin (or however it is called) for a site to accept donations in NXT!
If it can't be linked to an actual NXT account, at least some graphics, buttons etc.

Thanks in advance.
http://tipNXT.com/

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February 12, 2014, 09:48:42 PM
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What a heck is going on with BTER and Vircurex? I got 2 NXT deposits sitting in both exchanges since yesterday..
Emailed them but nobody responds..
Anyone else?

At my side its just a Vircurex Problem. They received the Nxt from Bter (Blockchain Explorer I see it) but didn´t deliver it further to my trading account.
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February 12, 2014, 09:49:34 PM
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Am I right in seeing that the fees for the asset exchange get sent to the Genesis account (destroyed)?


wow I hope thats not the case....  was hoping for some mega craziness for asset issuing, like there was for around block 22000 for alias release

or it could just be that someone is forging on holms with the genesis acct. LOL
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February 12, 2014, 09:49:44 PM
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We have the original c implementation by djb - let some cryptographers (dmitry was no crypto guy!) port it for us!

The bug was in original c version. The port by dimitry is just fine.



I know one thing: we still need a cryptographer for auditing!
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February 12, 2014, 09:50:58 PM
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By giving me all your nxt,  I can send you one doge.
Just do you a favor.

The catch is that I own 0 NXT atm. An exchange owns them.

Yea...NxtChg owns some of mine...Anybody seen him?

better read his posts he warned to get your NXT out of the exchange.

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February 12, 2014, 09:52:33 PM
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Am I right in seeing that the fees for the asset exchange get sent to the Genesis account (destroyed)?


No
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February 12, 2014, 09:52:55 PM
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By giving me all your nxt,  I can send you one doge.
Just do you a favor.

The catch is that I own 0 NXT atm. An exchange owns them.

Yea...NxtChg owns some of mine...Anybody seen him?

better read his posts he warned to get your NXT out of the exchange.

Oh I got it out but only half....The other went "poof"
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February 12, 2014, 09:53:16 PM
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We have the original c implementation by djb - let some cryptographers (dmitry was no crypto guy!) port it for us!

The bug was in original c version. The port by dimitry is just fine.



I know one thing: we still need a cryptographer for auditing!

Yes, after implementing the fix from BloodyRookie.

I think BloodyRookie patch should be implemented

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February 12, 2014, 09:55:00 PM
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We have the original c implementation by djb - let some cryptographers (dmitry was no crypto guy!) port it for us!

The bug was in original c version. The port by dimitry is just fine.



I know one thing: we still need a cryptographer for auditing!

If someone wants to write up an overview of what exactly we need for the crypto auditing, I can send it to a few Crypto experts I've been in contact with.  Just PM me.
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February 12, 2014, 09:56:50 PM
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We have the original c implementation by djb - let some cryptographers (dmitry was no crypto guy!) port it for us!

The bug was in original c version. The port by dimitry is just fine.



I know one thing: we still need a cryptographer for auditing!

If someone wants to write up an overview of what exactly we need for the crypto auditing, I can send it to a few Crypto experts I've been in contact with.  Just PM me.

Please, CfB, help with that.

Edit: what kind of 'experts'?
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February 12, 2014, 09:57:01 PM
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Guys I need asap a plugin (or however it is called) for a site to accept donations in NXT!
If it can't be linked to an actual NXT account, at least some graphics, buttons etc.

Thanks in advance.

You can use this as a base: http://nxtra.org/pay-button/

Unfinished since I'm working on a client, which is more important.

Note that you'll have to finish it to either send nxt to a different address every time, or ask the user for their account ID so that you can confirm payment is received. Or if you don't care, you can use it as is...

The QR code is bogus too.

Guys I need asap a plugin (or however it is called) for a site to accept donations in NXT!
If it can't be linked to an actual NXT account, at least some graphics, buttons etc.

Thanks in advance.
http://tipNXT.com/

Thanks to both!
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February 12, 2014, 09:57:58 PM
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By the way: Nxtchg's site is for sale: https://nxtchg.com/sale.php

Someone might want to take it over.

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February 12, 2014, 09:58:52 PM
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Guys I need asap a plugin (or however it is called) for a site to accept donations in NXT!
If it can't be linked to an actual NXT account, at least some graphics, buttons etc.

Thanks in advance.
http://tipNXT.com/

Thanks to both!

You are welcome. Smiley Please take note, that tipNXT is secure in itself and doesn't save any passphrases. But it doesn't offer SSL. It's to expensive for me to buy it for such a small site.

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February 12, 2014, 10:07:13 PM
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Am I right in seeing that the fees for the asset exchange get sent to the Genesis account (destroyed)?


No


Apologies for my inadvertent FUD. I see what I did. There are loads of transactions going to the genesis account (with the -999,xxx,xxx balance) when playing around with Asset Exchange.

The amount is zero each time, the fee is 1000. If the amount is what would be destroyed and the fee (1000 Nxt) goes to the forgers of course!

Sorry CfB, I'll leave now.
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February 12, 2014, 10:19:03 PM
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Why do we need to spend hundreds of hours on process, voting, etc. to implement an extra functionality that is easy to do?

To nail the process. For future usage.
Thanks, but I would rather spend my energy on getting automated gateways deployed right now. I figured out a workaround that makes the software more complicated, but doesnt require any continual accounting.

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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February 12, 2014, 10:21:37 PM
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We have the original c implementation by djb - let some cryptographers (dmitry was no crypto guy!) port it for us!

The bug was in original c version. The port by dimitry is just fine.



I know one thing: we still need a cryptographer for auditing!

If someone wants to write up an overview of what exactly we need for the crypto auditing, I can send it to a few Crypto experts I've been in contact with.  Just PM me.

Please, CfB, help with that.

Edit: what kind of 'experts'?

I've been in contact with several people, including Matt Green (zerocoin).  I was originally referred to Matt by Susan Waters (http://cs.jhu.edu/~susan/) who was his professor, and Susan also recommended Lisa Yin in the same email.  I've had contact with Lisa and she sounds open to an audit.  Lisa has a PHD from MIT in Crypto.  I have contact with a few other academics as well.
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