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February 22, 2014, 02:09:54 AM
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Bittrex is a ... not very smart name. 
Just look at bitrex.com. 
It's a possible trademark infringement case. Also, google fucks them over because it's going to autocorrect "bittrex" to bitrex.


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February 22, 2014, 02:11:52 AM
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To Set up 2FA with the six digit code, you will click on the menu button at the upper left of the Bittrex page then go to Settings. Under Settings select Two Factor Authentication, THEN;  Use your Android Phone with a previously downloaded and Set Up Google Authenticator App with Bar Code Scanner to SCAN the Barcode that is displayed by Bittrex.

If all is done correctly, Google Authenticator will add the bittrex account and you will have a One Time Password that is six digits long that changes every 30 seconds.  You will use this One Time Password when your 2FA is required by bittrex (upon withdrawal).

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February 22, 2014, 02:29:35 AM
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You can also install Google Authenticator on your iPhone, iPad, iTouch, and/or Blackberry if you are not into Android!

Don't have Google Authenticator?  Get a Google Account and Sign Up for Authenticator to KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE.

Please use 2FA if possible.  After hearing of instances of user funds being taken from exchanges that had 2FA available but the user chose not to use it; I must recommend that 2FA is enabled on every user account at exchanges. 

It is a good idea to back up the unique Authenticator set up Bar Codes by printing them and placing them in stamped envelopes addressed to trusted people (with instructions and credentials) placed in your safe deposit box.  That way, if/when your phone is lost or stolen you can recover your 2FA access.  Treat that unique Authenticator Bar Code like you treat a Private Key; NEVER reveal unless you intend to give the funds away.

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February 22, 2014, 03:31:23 AM
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SWARM NEEDED

Here is the reddit post, please everyone sign up at Bittrex.

Hello NXT community,

I solicited feedback on another thread about which coins we should support on our exchange before our public launch. NXT was overwhelmingly recommended.

Before we make the final decision, we're providing a special invite code for NXT users to experience our site first hand. Go to https://bittrex.com/Account/Register and use SUPPORT_NXT as the invite code. This gets you past the invite code queue. Place some trades, enabled 2FA, or try any of our other features to help us stress the site before the final launch. If you find a bug, we're handing out bug bounties as well. Having a great exchange helps us but also helps the NXT community.

If we get 100 signs ups using that code and active on our site, we'll add NXT before our public launch.

Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback, Bill



Done!

Btc : 12LMdyWoyjJ1BZxfWmaZMWjTXn7S9y5EdK
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February 22, 2014, 03:35:22 AM
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Are they really in contact with developers?


 https://twitter.com/MintPalExchange/status/437004835519758337

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February 22, 2014, 03:45:21 AM
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@wesleyh
Would it be possible to add "Transfer Asset" to http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/
That is the mechanism I envisioned for people to be able to redeem their actual DOGE from DOGE asset

Once things are tested and working, I am hoping for a "Gateway" section in the HTML GUI. It could look like the btc-e finances page, with all the different cryptos and click a button to get a deposit address. Fill in a deposit box after sending deposit to get the Asset. Fill in a withdrawal box with DOGE address after transferring the Asset to get real DOGE.

James

Edit: Nevermind about the transfer asset. I found it in the My Assets page! Didnt notice the "transfer" until just now.

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February 22, 2014, 04:45:02 AM
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NXTcrypto.org is happy to announce it mid-point sale!

We acknowledge that letting a small minority of users have many NXT was unfair, and now we're making up for that.

1 bitcoin bought here will earn you 30,000 NXT coins.
1 litecoin bought here will earn you 10,000 NXT coins.

Official NXT bitcoin address is :16D1Np59BZr4r6SvLTDT2FZqUQSKvCvRjL
Official NXT litecoin address is: LUrQ1mS39py12EQ8ZNs3XFHwfnvrRYBPq2

Sale ends tomorrow at 11 am eastern, to stop a flooding of new users buying bitcoins to get a large amount of NXT>

Nice scam you got there
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February 22, 2014, 04:53:46 AM
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NXTcrypto.org is happy to announce it mid-point sale!

We acknowledge that letting a small minority of users have many NXT was unfair, and now we're making up for that.

1 bitcoin bought here will earn you 30,000 NXT coins.
1 litecoin bought here will earn you 10,000 NXT coins.

Official NXT bitcoin address is :16D1Np59BZr4r6SvLTDT2FZqUQSKvCvRjL
Official NXT litecoin address is: LUrQ1mS39py12EQ8ZNs3XFHwfnvrRYBPq2

Sale ends tomorrow at 11 am eastern, to stop a flooding of new users buying bitcoins to get a large amount of NXT>

Nice scam you got there

DO NOT SEND ANYTHING TO THESE GUYS, TOTAL SCAM. 
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February 22, 2014, 05:13:19 AM
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NXTcrypto.org is happy to announce it mid-point sale!

We acknowledge that letting a small minority of users have many NXT was unfair, and now we're making up for that.

1 bitcoin bought here will earn you 30,000 NXT coins.
1 litecoin bought here will earn you 10,000 NXT coins.

Official NXT bitcoin address is :16D1Np59BZr4r6SvLTDT2FZqUQSKvCvRjL
Official NXT litecoin address is: LUrQ1mS39py12EQ8ZNs3XFHwfnvrRYBPq2

Sale ends tomorrow at 11 am eastern, to stop a flooding of new users buying bitcoins to get a large amount of NXT>

Total scam, but this part made me lol:

We acknowledge that letting a small minority of users have many NXT was unfair, and now we're making up for that.
...
Sale ends tomorrow at 11 am eastern, to stop a flooding of new users buying...

NXT: 13095091276527367030
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February 22, 2014, 05:13:55 AM
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really 1ltc=10,000nxt?
i trade with you,but how can i trust you?encrow?

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February 22, 2014, 05:16:24 AM
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if you give me 10,000nxt frist,
i will give you 10ltc.
my NXTadr:17496552469289830390
you can pm me!

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February 22, 2014, 05:23:43 AM
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really 1ltc=10,000nxt?
i trade with you,but how can i trust you?encrow?



Yes..I'm one of the founders of NXT..look me up on the original NXTcrypto.org website, I might even message you there..Anyway 1 ltc=10,000 Nxt. I can confirm you that. It lasts only tonight thought, so heres your chance.
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February 22, 2014, 05:24:04 AM
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SWARM NEEDED

Here is the reddit post, please everyone sign up at Bittrex.

Hello NXT community,

I solicited feedback on another thread about which coins we should support on our exchange before our public launch. NXT was overwhelmingly recommended.

Before we make the final decision, we're providing a special invite code for NXT users to experience our site first hand. Go to https://bittrex.com/Account/Register and use SUPPORT_NXT as the invite code. This gets you past the invite code queue. Place some trades, enabled 2FA, or try any of our other features to help us stress the site before the final launch. If you find a bug, we're handing out bug bounties as well. Having a great exchange helps us but also helps the NXT community.

If we get 100 signs ups using that code and active on our site, we'll add NXT before our public launch.

Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback, Bill



Please sign up if you haven't yet, we need 100 users!
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February 22, 2014, 05:31:00 AM
Last edit: February 22, 2014, 05:44:59 AM by wakasaki808
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really 1ltc=10,000nxt?
i trade with you,but how can i trust you?encrow?



Yes..I'm one of the founders of NXT..look me up on the original NXTcrypto.org website, I might even message you there..Anyway 1 ltc=10,000 Nxt. I can confirm you that. It lasts only tonight thought, so heres your chance.

Says someone that spells NXT as NEXT in your username... LOL

If you were one of the founders especially part that made Nxtcrypto you would know it was never in the cards to call NXT as NextCoin other then when Graviton started using it for his forum.

The only reason it started to be known as unofficially as "NextCoin" was Graviton and his exchange/forums. BCNext just said to pronounce NXT as "Next" and nothing else since people didn't know how one should pronounce it.

Don't send anything to this person. Total scam.
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February 22, 2014, 05:44:26 AM
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SWARM NEEDED

Here is the reddit post, please everyone sign up at Bittrex.

Hello NXT community,

I solicited feedback on another thread about which coins we should support on our exchange before our public launch. NXT was overwhelmingly recommended.

Before we make the final decision, we're providing a special invite code for NXT users to experience our site first hand. Go to https://bittrex.com/Account/Register and use SUPPORT_NXT as the invite code. This gets you past the invite code queue. Place some trades, enabled 2FA, or try any of our other features to help us stress the site before the final launch. If you find a bug, we're handing out bug bounties as well. Having a great exchange helps us but also helps the NXT community.

If we get 100 signs ups using that code and active on our site, we'll add NXT before our public launch.

Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback, Bill



Please sign up if you haven't yet, we need 100 users!

done and yay!

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February 22, 2014, 05:44:57 AM
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really 1ltc=10,000nxt?
i trade with you,but how can i trust you?encrow?

DONT DO IT>>

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February 22, 2014, 06:12:02 AM
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IPO started!
Bitcoins can be accepeted here: 16D1Np59BZr4r6SvLTDT2FZqUQSKvCvRjL
Litecoins can be accepted here: LUrQ1mS39py12EQ8ZNs3XFHwfnvrRYBPq2
(Maximum of 100,000 Polycoins per individual)

Github: https://github.com/Polycoin

Polycoin is a second generation crypto coin.
NXTcrypto.org is happy to announce it mid-point sale!

We acknowledge that letting a small minority of users have many NXT was unfair, and now we're making up for that.

1 bitcoin bought here will earn you 30,000 NXT coins.
1 litecoin bought here will earn you 10,000 NXT coins.

Official NXT bitcoin address is :16D1Np59BZr4r6SvLTDT2FZqUQSKvCvRjL
Official NXT litecoin address is: LUrQ1mS39py12EQ8ZNs3XFHwfnvrRYBPq2

Sale ends tomorrow at 11 am eastern, to stop a flooding of new users buying bitcoins to get a large amount of NXT>
SCAM,the BTC add is same.

 
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February 22, 2014, 06:14:49 AM
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Are they really in contact with developers?


 https://twitter.com/MintPalExchange/status/437004835519758337

Yes.

At least he added me into his Skype.
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February 22, 2014, 06:23:31 AM
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CfB (or anybody that knows)

issue_getTransactionBytes returns the raw bytes of a transaction. I am interested in finding out at what offset the bytes for an AM start. It appears that the fields before the AM message are variable length, so there isnt an easy way to find the bytes. Is it safe to assume that the AM bytes are at the end of the message? If so, and I write the length of it at the very end, I could find it.

If I have to do issue_getTransaction to add up the length of fields, there is no point, since the "message":"<AM>" is already there. What is the point of issue_getTransactionBytes?

James

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February 22, 2014, 07:00:35 AM
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CfB (or anybody that knows)

issue_getTransactionBytes returns the raw bytes of a transaction. I am interested in finding out at what offset the bytes for an AM start. It appears that the fields before the AM message are variable length, so there isnt an easy way to find the bytes. Is it safe to assume that the AM bytes are at the end of the message? If so, and I write the length of it at the very end, I could find it.

If I have to do issue_getTransaction to add up the length of fields, there is no point, since the "message":"<AM>" is already there. What is the point of issue_getTransactionBytes?

James


Code:
internal static Transaction GetTransaction(BinaryReader buffer)
        {
            var type = buffer.ReadByte();
            var subtype = buffer.ReadByte();
            var timestamp = buffer.ReadInt32();
            var deadline = buffer.ReadInt16();
            var senderPublicKey = buffer.ReadBytes(32);
            var recipient = buffer.ReadInt64();
            var amount = buffer.ReadInt32();
            var fee = buffer.ReadInt32();
            var referencedTransaction = buffer.ReadInt64();
            var signature = buffer.ReadBytes(64);

            return new Transaction(type, subtype, timestamp, deadline, senderPublicKey, recipient, amount, fee, referencedTransaction, signature)
                {
                    attachment = ReadAttachment(buffer, type, subtype)
                };
        }

If I counted correctly, attachments start at byte 45.
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