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February 18, 2014, 11:13:31 PM
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maybe it is a stupid question, but do you think something like this is possible?

instead of liking on facebook one could tip - if i remember correctly doge is trying to build something like that. there is a strong incentive for users to IMMEDIATELY adopt, because easily it brings (even if tiny) money
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February 18, 2014, 11:14:23 PM
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Mintpal is a website which got big quickly by adding copycat coins which desperately need an exchange..

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All we're really doing with this "voting" every hour is driving a ton of traffic to a bottom-feeding exchange that doesn't deserve it. I can't stop you, of course, but I have far better ways to spend my time.

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February 18, 2014, 11:15:09 PM
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I think the official website should mention NXT is on the https://www.poloniex.com exchange.  It is a really good exchange, specializing in innovative coins only.

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February 18, 2014, 11:18:21 PM
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Than we all have to vote as hell, day by day, hour by hour as registered users (6 votes per hour) to get 20,000 votes.

I'd say leave it, bro. If they want to come 2 us and beg to be allowed to list us, fine. But we don't need to bribe exchanges.

Have a look at the total number of votes and ask yourself where MintPal are making more money.....on their transaction fees or on this votes for listing for BTC routine ?

Maybe we should throw some effort into putting a package together to help exchange operators integrate NXT into their operations ?
It seems to be a common theme that exchange operators look at NXT, get confused abuout something and walk away.
Giving them help to get NXT up and running would be more use than chucking cash at them and then finding out that they simply can't figure out how to integrate NXT on their exchange.

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February 18, 2014, 11:18:51 PM
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Can someone with good english skills please contact https://www.atomic-trade.com/ and ask them if they can add NXT?

I already have and they told me they wanted us to pay to integrate it into his system. If we would do that then he would add it.

*Edit- I mean pay to get it implemented because of the different code base.
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February 18, 2014, 11:19:48 PM
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Can someone with good english skills please contact https://www.atomic-trade.com/ and ask them if they can add NXT?

I'll give it a look in a while.....u want me to get heavy with them, boss?

Damn, Mises, u fast......

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February 18, 2014, 11:21:03 PM
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Can someone with good english skills please contact https://www.atomic-trade.com/ and ask them if they can add NXT?

I already have and they told me they wanted us to pay to integrate it into his system. If we would do that then he would add it.

wow. Why do exchanges do that these days?

I guess if they don't want our sweet trading fees, so be it for now!

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February 18, 2014, 11:21:07 PM
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Someone just bought 1000 votes for NXT at https://www.mintpal.com/voting! WOW!  Shocked
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February 18, 2014, 11:23:45 PM
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Excellent, with a 29,500 NXT sale on DGEX I have helped us to cross the 500,000,000 NXT mark on DGEX alone! =D

We have traded far more than half of the entire currency in the past few months. Well done everyone!

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February 18, 2014, 11:25:25 PM
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Giving them help to get NXT up and running would be more use than chucking cash at them and then finding out that they simply can't figure out how to integrate NXT on their exchange.

Yes, that's what I thought too. It would be interesting to see, if we are on place one and then the admin has to ask how to implement NXT. But who knows. Maybe it will work?!

What about a public paper for exchangers to implement NXT as easy as possible?

But I don't like the idea that exchangers need to contact our devs, so they can implement NXT. And your first sentence ("If they want to come 2 us and beg to be allowed to list us, fine.") sounds a bit too arrogant to me.
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February 18, 2014, 11:28:53 PM
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WOW I have to let this sink in for a bit

That would be awesome

Please do, let it sink in and share your thoughts (good or bad). I'm prone to hyperbole, but I think we could take a swing at Activision/Blizzard with this.

Exploration. Customization. Player-generated micro economies. Crafting. Exchanges inside exchanges.

You could decide that instead of exploring a dangerous dungeon for vast wealth, you want to buy a premium space inside the inn, selling Efreeti Silk shirts (that grant +1 CHA). That you sell for NXT. And someone else in-game is selling you the license to setup a booth.

I really, really wish I had paid attention in math, calculus and trig classes in school. But I was playing D&D back in the corner. Tongue

re: PLEX -- Damelon, you nailed it. Tangible, real-world crossover.
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February 18, 2014, 11:38:00 PM
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Unregistered users = 3 votes per hour!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> PLEASE VOTE! <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Registered users = 6 votes per hour!


Please quote me, share on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit... thanks!


BUY VOTES FOR NXT!

1 VOTE = 0,00005 BTC
1 BTC = 20,000 VOTES FOR NXT

Website: https://www.mintpal.com/voting
How to? Send your BTC to 1KB2AWLpKByBifkyQLJERhZi4jVDGWMA4n

Each 0.00005000 BTC received will count for 1 vote. All payment votes will be publicly visible, as you can see by clicking here.

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February 18, 2014, 11:39:32 PM
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Thinking out loud here -- excuse the smoke.

I'm not sure if James (or was it Ricky?) that had a smallish bounty for the best 5 ideas to make money with Nxt (I'm probably wildly misremembering this).

Damelon and I had a quick casual chat over at reddit that got me thinking. He was discussing how mining in EVE is similar to forging NXT in that they're FUN. Having mined a lot in EVE, I agree and see the overlap.

What if we had an old-school style MUD plugged into the AE? It may be crude enough where it would have to be turn-based (like the old play by mail games). But holy !@!$ -- a persistent, online world, sitting atop the blockchain. WITH MICROTRANSACTIONS.

I'm such a geek that the very first thing I thought of when the AE was described here months ago was WoW's auction house and EVE's market.

A simple, online, text-based MMORPG, using NXT as in-game 'gold'. Could definitely get users involved who don't have the technical know-how for coding but have a passion for gaming and design.

This would have to start off small (a single room Inn) and expand to a village, to a countryside, to a nation, continent, etc.

2016, our own little user-generated online world? Would you pay 3 NXT for a +5 Vorpal Sword that a user found in the depths of a dungeon and puts it up for auction?

I proposed to get NXT as a ingame currency to a friend yesterday who is writing a essay on cryptos, he is going to use my example in the paper so that'll be interesting and I also mentioned it over at: https://forums.nxtcrypto.org/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=807

I think this is one of the directions we should go
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February 18, 2014, 11:41:40 PM
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Giving them help to get NXT up and running would be more use than chucking cash at them and then finding out that they simply can't figure out how to integrate NXT on their exchange.

Yes, that's what I thought too. It would be interesting to see, if we are on place one and then the admin has to ask how to implement NXT. But who knows. Maybe it will work?!

What about a public paper for exchangers to implement NXT as easy as possible?

But I don't like the idea that exchangers need to contact our devs, so they can implement NXT. And your first sentence ("If they want to come 2 us and beg to be allowed to list us, fine.") sounds a bit too arrogant to me.

Yep, I am an arrogant wanker sometimes. But NXT is a bloody good crypto with an amazing community, and I don't think that we need to buy our way in to exchanges. They will make enough money on NXT trades over the next few years to make it wrth their while.

And it will be more cost-effective to spend money/NXT/BTC once on a good package to help exchanges, than to keep on bribing exchanges.

EDIT: NXT as ingame currency or even NXT used to buy ingame currency is a very good idea.
I keep thinking of World of Tanks for this.....

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February 18, 2014, 11:42:16 PM
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Wow, we have a second 1000-votes-investor at https://www.mintpal.com/voting. Shocked

@EvilDave and all developers out there: What about a public paper for exchangers to implement NXT as easy as possible? That would be a great thing, or?
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February 18, 2014, 11:46:30 PM
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Unregistered users = 3 votes per hour!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> PLEASE VOTE! <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Registered users = 6 votes per hour!


Please quote me, share on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit... thanks!


BUY VOTES FOR NXT!

1 VOTE = 0,00005 BTC
1 BTC = 20,000 VOTES FOR NXT

Website: https://www.mintpal.com/voting
How to? Send your BTC to 1KB2AWLpKByBifkyQLJERhZi4jVDGWMA4n

Each 0.00005000 BTC received will count for 1 vote. All payment votes will be publicly visible, as you can see by clicking here.



I put it on reddit. Can you please upvote it for visibility?
http://www.reddit.com/r/NXT/comments/1yafnz/lets_vote_nxt_into_an_upcoming_exchange_every/

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February 18, 2014, 11:49:41 PM
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Wow, we have a second 1000-votes-investor at https://www.mintpal.com/voting. Shocked

@EvilDave and all developers out there: What about a public paper for exchangers to implement NXT as easy as possible? That would be a great thing, or?
Its a great idea.....just don't ask me to do it. Not dev, hands full. Good idea, tho, make listing NXT as easy as possible for exchanges

Just checkdd the numbers at Mintpal...looks like daily volume total is around 200-250BTC, so round 2-5BTC in fees, TakeiCoin has 1.3 BTC in votes, with Stories and tesla coin close behind. It's a damn good way to earn some beer money.....

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February 18, 2014, 11:52:45 PM
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I put it on reddit. Can you please upvote it for visibility?
http://www.reddit.com/r/NXT/comments/1yafnz/lets_vote_nxt_into_an_upcoming_exchange_every/

Done. Smiley
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February 18, 2014, 11:55:19 PM
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February 19, 2014, 12:05:42 AM
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Nxtopia

Ezravdb, Damelon, EvilDave, Uniqueorn, and all other geeks/gamers -- let's do this!

Nxtopia is just a working title. I'm off for a little bit to go pick up my fiancé, but hopefully there will be other enthusiastic gamers here so we can start bringing a manageable shape to this idea.
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