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March 02, 2014, 03:23:30 AM
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Woo! Can't wait Smiley

Hopefully Cryptsy problems are less than when I used to use them. Can't wait for an English speaking main exchange though(other than DGEX)
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Emails going out in the next 48 hours to 80+ contacts that will be at the Texas Bitcoin Conference. Whatever bites we received, we'll kick it right back to marketing.  We've created a spreadsheet and sent the link to Asian Prepper and RickyJames. I'd really like to see us make contact with some of the investment groups that will be at the conference.
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Suggested NIP (Nxt Improvement Proposal)

Adding "meta information" to Arbitrary Messages.

As AMs are going to become a key communication tool for various other parts of the Nxt system (including NIPs themselves) I suggest that we decide on one of the two ways of providing minimal "meta" information for AMs.

This could be done in the following 2 ways:

1) Encode them as URIs (making it simple for web apps to handle different kinds of things).

or

2) Use the first x bits of the AM to indicate the type.

The advantage of 1 is the simplicity for web apps (i.e. no coding necessary) and the advantage of 2 is size (we only have 1000 bytes for an AM currently).

Which way we go is up to the community - but whichever way I would like to see then an NIP AM (which might just contain the hash of an NIP document - the document itself could be posted on forums or wherever else).

By having such information your "inbox" could automatically place messages in different folders and could also perhaps sound an "alert" according to the AM type received (e.g. we might expect to also have an "alert" AM a bit like Bitcoin alerts).

With CIYAM anyone can create 100% generated C++ web applications in literally minutes.

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March 02, 2014, 03:46:33 AM
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So I've been having trouble setting up a node under Debian.

This is the error I get after 0.8.3 starts:

./run.sh: line 1:  3004 Killed                  java -Xmx1024M -cp nxt.jar:lib/*:conf nxt.Nxt

Help is appreciated.

did you use apt-get to install java?  give us output from "uname -a" and "which java" and "java -version"
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March 02, 2014, 04:02:49 AM
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Not sure if someone posted this yet, but we need this type of exposure. Begin watching at 12 minute mark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdAnyC45ZbU

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March 02, 2014, 04:16:10 AM
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Suggested NIP (Nxt Improvement Proposal)

Adding "meta information" to Arbitrary Messages.

As AMs are going to become a key communication tool for various other parts of the Nxt system (including NIPs themselves) I suggest that we decide on one of the two ways of providing minimal "meta" information for AMs.

This could be done in the following 2 ways:

1) Encode them as URIs (making it simple for web apps to handle different kinds of things).

or

2) Use the first x bits of the AM to indicate the type.


I like the 2nd suggestion: a type-tag.

While not terribly important, I would like to see the type-tag be 1) human readable 7-bit ASCII, and 2) allowed to be of variable length.  

Edit: and if an AM does not conform to the above, that's ok.  AM might be used for encrypted payloads where you might not want all others to know what exactly it is for.

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NXT FUNDING COMMITTEE VOTE IS NOW UNDERWAY UNTIL 12:01 AM MARCH 8 (UTC)

Per our previous poll, all three committees (NXTmarketingfund, NXTtechdevfund and NXTinfrastructure fund) will consist of five elected members.

Read candidate statements here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=479167.msg5280476#msg5280476

Background:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5280786#msg5280786

DETAILS ON VOTING :

EVERY NXTer WITH AN ACCOUNT STARTED BEFORE FEB 21 GETS TO VOTE ON ALL THREE COMMITTEE BALLOTS.

If you want to vote, send me a PM with just the word VOTE in the title.  I will respond with your password and the voting site URL.  I will know who voted but I will not know who you voted for.


LIVE ONGOING VOTE RESULTS:

https://www.electionbuddy.com/elections/12343/results/t34ayqhm2


Update:  At 28 hours into the vote I have distributed 98 ballot access codes so far to nominees, candidates, and PM requestors.  I have vetted all PM requesters and have found all to be legitimate eligible NXTers with two exceptions: NXT-LILY and GT-R.  These two NXTers have created their accounts since the election was announced and so I will not be sending them ballot codes.  (See, I am checking.  Sorry, you two).   I have no pending PM requests for ballot access codes at this time.  I have received no unique requests to vote from nextcoin.org or nxtcrypto.org, only one that was also posted here on bitcointalk as well.  

At this time 58 of the 98 ballot access codes I have distributed have been used to vote.  

My intention is to continue distributing ballot access codes during the voting period to users of this thread based on newcn's most recent list of most active posters (see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5456233#msg5456233 ) .  Most active posters will get ballot access codes first.  I have a limit of 500 ballots, we will see how many of those I get distributed over the week to come.


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March 02, 2014, 04:20:23 AM
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Hi guys Smiley

Congratulations with NXT! Really great job of you all!

I made a video why I invested half my bitcoins into NXT. Hope u like it.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ruYAxKeWxnM


(I'm an early investor in Bitcoin, see all my video's here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Marcdemesel/videos?shelf_id=1&view=0&sort=dd)

Great job, great vid.

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i find it hard to believe that i only posted in this thread 83 times

83 is two month ago, now it is 527!
How hard would it be to bump this from 100 people to 300 or even 500 people?  I am looking for involved NXTers to send these ballot codes to...

the list is actually 1018 lines long, I cut it to only 100, the following is top500:
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   rank npost   id
     1 4541 Come-from-Beyond
     2 1224 jl777
     3 1042 pinarello
     4 981 smaragda
     5 884 landomata
     6 857 bitcoinpaul
     7 768 opticalcarrier
     8 748 salsacz
     9 724 Damelon
    10 665 laowai80
    11 662 utopianfuture
    12 589 wesleyh
    13 566 CIYAM Open
    14 556 ChuckOne
    15 527 Anon136
    16 523 NxtChg.com
    17 522 mcjavar
    18 502 rickyjames
    19 497 klee
    20 470 msin
    21 432 allwelder
    22 402 S3MKi
    23 400 brooklynbtc
    24 360 xyzzyx
    25 359 abctc
    26 354 EvilDave
    27 351 TwinWinNerD
    28 345 Passion_ltc
    29 336 BitcoinForumator
    30 332 swartzfeger
    31 331 ZeroTheGreat
    32 323 nexern
    33 308 gbeirn
    34 295 2Kool4Skewl
    35 281 Jean-Luc
    36 278 starik69
    37 277 ImmortAlex
    38 264 xibeijan
    39 264 EmoneyRu
    40 258 pandaisftw
    41 257 dzarmush
    42 247 marcus03
    43 210 NxtChoice
    44 208 bitcoinrocks
    45 198 instacash
    46 198 ferment
    47 193 l8orre
    48 190 Pablito89
    49 184 Uniqueorn
    50 183 Zahlen
    51 182 martismartis
    52 180 wakasaki808
    53 179 redsn0w
    54 176 davethetrousers
    55 175 chanc3r
    56 172 Bitventurer
    57 169 Eadeqa
    58 163 lophie
    59 155 gimre
    60 148 kodtycoon
    61 146 abuelau
    62 145 punkrock
    63 142 buybitcoinscanada
    64 140 timmyd
    65 137 igmaca
    66 132 joefox
    67 131 smartwart
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    70 121 bithic
    71 116 fmiboy
    72 116 bizz
    73 116 BloodyRookie
    74 113 FrictionlessCoin
    75 111 intel
    76 111 BitAddict
    77 110 LiQio
    78 109 lucky88888
    79 104 Fatih87SK
    80 101 coolfish
    81 101 GCInc.
    82 99 inkadnb
    83 97 rriky92
    84 97 newsilike
    85 95 kunibopl
    86 93 Pouncer
    87 93 CoinTropolis_JustaBitTime
    88 91 Ola
    89 90 ^[GS]^
    90 89 Coinonaer
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    92 85 superresistant
    93 85 iruu
    94 85 gs02xzz
    95 84 Emule
    96 83 Mistafreeze
    97 83 Jack Needles
    98 80 bybitcoin
    99 77 okaynow
   100 76 bidji29
   101 75 coolmist
   102 73 Chang Hum
   103 72 newcn
   104 72 greyw00lf
   105 70 OKNXT
   106 70 BaiMangal
   107 69 Sebastien256
   108 69 MyZhre
   109 67 jkoil
   110 66 apenzl
   111 66 Drexme
   112 65 Labteck
   113 64 idev
   114 64 artik123
   115 63 snowboard789
   116 63 mnightwaffle
   117 62 mr_random
   118 62 Sharky444
   119 61 yuriygeorge
   120 61 mthcl
   121 61 kwest
   122 59 zhangdu
   123 59 twistelaar
   124 59 PaulyC
   125 57 Asian Prepper
   126 57 Alias
   127 56 bahamapascal
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   129 55 davidoski
   130 52 mezzovide
   131 51 crazybonkers
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   133 50 marek3ball
   134 50 cc001
   135 50 VanBreuk
   136 49 google98
   137 49 Isildur23
   138 48 nxtgt
   139 47 seek4dream
   140 47 mikesbmw
   141 46 lyynx
   142 46 Hacer88
   143 45 Noitev
   144 45 Meizirkki
   145 45 BitThink
   146 44 delulo
   147 44 Kontakt
   148 43 Vega
   149 42 relm9
   150 42 plasticAiredale
   151 42 nov
   152 42 minusbalancer
   153 42 achimsmile
   154 41 farl4web
   155 41 SkillRoad
   156 40 voldemort628
   157 40 Secondleo
   158 40 McDoxy
   159 39 Voluntold
   160 38 nakaone
   161 38 User705
   162 38 Kodoka
   163 38 IveBeenBit
   164 38 BrianNowhere
   165 37 admiral.fu
   166 37 Patel
   167 36 subSTRATA
   168 36 LightningFury
   169 35 verymuchso
   170 34 sparta_cuss
   171 34 ebereon
   172 34 MarvellousMutant
   173 33 DrearyUrbanite
   174 32 zorke
   175 32 vanea84
   176 32 Forobitcoins
   177 31 pmabdsf
   178 31 nxtru
   179 31 bitdraw
   180 31 2X84
   181 30 omo
   182 30 JohnyCrypt
   183 30 Framewood
   184 29 vintagetrex
   185 29 nxtsky
   186 29 freigeist
   187 29 btc2nxt
   188 29 bitme
   189 28 longzai1988
   190 28 grandpa_seth
   191 28 antanst
   192 28 Hegemon
   193 27 aldrin
   194 27 Conurtrol
   195 26 ifightformerkel
   196 26 grex
   197 26 garcias
   198 26 cryptolawyer
   199 25 mkmen
   200 25 lr127
   201 24 jadedjack
   202 24 erik__
   203 24 NxtMinnow
   204 24 Mises_77
   205 24 Kattywampus
   206 23 yan83
   207 23 swansong
   208 23 lurning
   209 23 eid
   210 22 xgc
   211 22 tk808
   212 22 nnn
   213 22 gorgorom
   214 22 colinistheman
   215 22 Timetwister
   216 22 Ezravdb
   217 21 mindtomatter
   218 21 MadCow
   219 20 windjc
   220 20 btc24
   221 20 artila
   222 20 CrazyEyes
   223 20 CoinBuzz
   224 20 Buratino
   225 19 miramare
   226 19 matt4054
   227 19 gvans
   228 19 Daedelus
   229 18 psybits
   230 18 podyx
   231 18 morningtime
   232 18 mercenar1e
   233 18 maco
   234 18 josephliton
   235 18 gradis
   236 18 drsnuggles
   237 18 Fern
   238 18 Ebrelus
   239 18 DLXS
   240 17 yassin54
   241 17 xcn
   242 17 visaco
   243 17 giveBTCpls
   244 17 eB101
   245 17 SZZT
   246 17 QBTC
   247 17 Ardolafat
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   249 16 ricot
   250 16 pastet89
   251 16 ninjaboon
   252 16 nadrimajstor
   253 16 mingophoria
   254 16 manrus
   255 16 kknk808
   256 16 evanxxx
   257 16 bitmadaboutcoin
   258 16 KLONE
   259 15 wizzardTim
   260 15 w4llace
   261 15 neer.g
   262 15 markn
   263 15 kpax7788
   264 15 hypersire
   265 15 getfun12345
   266 15 garp
   267 15 blackfyre175
   268 15 alrose
   269 15 Mac Red
   270 14 tylerbrad85
   271 14 killver
   272 14 dr_yan_yan
   273 14 alex0909
   274 14 ViktorK
   275 13 user1922
   276 13 trefifund
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   278 13 r3animation
   279 13 pabloangello
   280 13 luckygenough56
   281 13 jubalix
   282 13 jettico
   283 13 jackyrozario
   284 13 d5000
   285 13 cromaclear
   286 13 POPPP
   287 13 Jimmy2011
   288 12 xchrix
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   295 12 d13id
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   297 12 EpicThomas
   298 12 Coinsy
   299 12 Armando
   300 12 ArcticWolfie
   301 11 rb2
   302 11 qqNxt
   303 11 professorhandsome
   304 11 nesco1805
   305 11 mczarnek
   306 11 matt608
   307 11 feeleep
   308 11 Choboy
   309 11 Agent86
   310 10 grizmoblust
   311 10 barbierir
   312 10 ParmaBTC
   313 10 NWO
   314 10 Krabby
   315 10 Komputor
   316 10 GröBkAz
   317 10 DiCE1904
   318 10 BitCoiner2012
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   320 9 zerocom
   321 9 tillou
   322 9 stdset
   323 9 rdanneskjoldr
   324 9 oldnbold
   325 9 nxtuser
   326 9 nelisky
   327 9 mynxtcoin
   328 9 mudshark79
   329 9 markus1000
   330 9 marcoslopez
   331 9 jelin1984
   332 9 extee
   333 9 dittie
   334 9 cfrm
   335 9 bittick
   336 9 Xtar
   337 9 X68N
   338 9 Tompa
   339 9 Thingamajig
   340 9 ThePatient
   341 9 Nyx
   342 9 Edacra
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   345 8 zakorus
   346 8 ycm82
   347 8 tooroth
   348 8 stereotype
   349 8 puck2
   350 8 nxt-e.com
   351 8 noashh
   352 8 masterOfDisaster
   353 8 hyunsookmom
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   355 8 halabibk
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   359 8 btcruss
   360 8 asdlolciterquit
   361 8 aorith
   362 8 Xio
   363 8 X_X_X
   364 8 N[e]wBie
   365 8 NXT
   366 8 MtheK
   367 8 Kaliber1
   368 8 Istanbul34
   369 8 HinnomTX
   370 8 Gaman
   371 7 wwdz99
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   373 7 titan20
   374 7 sussex
   375 7 skytaper
   376 7 shinep
   377 7 rnr
   378 7 maratmmz
   379 7 hoax
   380 7 eXtatiC
   381 7 canuck
   382 7 bitfromit
   383 7 bitbets
   384 7 arafel71
   385 7 alxx77
   386 7 Stark-Fujikawa
   387 7 Snard
   388 7 Kmonk
   389 7 Jaguar0625
   390 7 Jackevin
   391 7 JKBtCn
   392 7 Gonzo418
   393 7 CommanderVenus
   394 7 Boiar
   395 6 subhead
   396 6 spud3861
   397 6 sherrifshenko
   398 6 pilotbo
   399 6 naurisdede
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   407 6 dawn
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   409 6 cryptobanks
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   411 6 bitcool
   412 6 SpeedDemon13
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   414 6 Morguk
   415 6 Ludom
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   419 6 Jcsarokin
   420 6 GroinCoin
   421 6 CryptKeeper
   422 6 BCFrex
   423 5 yesuper
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   438 5 nemra
   439 5 mishan
   440 5 mikaljan
   441 5 jari76
   442 5 hilotime
   443 5 gobpaul
   444 5 dudenohair
   445 5 dave5555
   446 5 crendore
   447 5 coloredcoin
   448 5 caishendizi
   449 5 boredeo
   450 5 axxian
   451 5 alexrussel1980
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   453 5 Voodah
   454 5 Sondey10mg
   455 5 Silv0r
   456 5 Orrechorre
   457 5 MrFring
   458 5 LiveFree
   459 5 Fry
   460 5 Fastpow
   461 5 FandangledGizmo
   462 5 Elokane
   463 5 CCInvestor
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   474 4 simpleunit
   475 4 sava0123
   476 4 rigel
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   480 4 loumatrix
   481 4 larue05
   482 4 kitkat007
   483 4 jenya-les12
   484 4 jchi18
   485 4 hichman
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   487 4 freedomfighter
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   491 4 datguyian
   492 4 cxhjmfl
   493 4 chindit
   494 4 aan
   495 4 User500
   496 4 Trade101
   497 4 TM
   498 4 Sparky_eMunie
   499 4 PiNX
   500 4 Mogly

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the list is actually 1018 lines long, I cut it to only 100, the following is top500:
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     1 4541 Come-from-Beyond
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   141 46 lyynx
   ...

Definitely missing people. I have at least 50 posts and am not in this list.

The list is difficult to read since there are so many entries, but you're there.

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Austin Bitcoin Conference Prep

Heard back from Michael DeMarco over at Freedomain Radio, he asked us to swing by at the Austin Bitcoin Conference.  Emails going out, hoping to get quite a few responses in the next few days for our team. First introductions always help get the ball rolling before stepping foot into the chaos.

** Update 1 **

Lamar over at Pheeva would like to meet

http://www.wkyt.com/yourtown/locations/lexington/headlines/Pheeva-has-received-rave-reviews-for-new-product-246776381.html


** Update 2 **

The Bitcoin Wife wants to meet with us, she's already familiar with Nxt!


** Update 3 **

Bitcoin100 - Emailing back and forth now
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March 02, 2014, 04:45:02 AM
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Once again, someone needs to clarify some things for me. Please correct the following process, it could be total bullshit:

1. James uses AE + AM and three servers to make a gateway for external coins
2. Sending DOGE to the gateway triggers an automated process to send DOGE assets from the Nxt accounts of the servers to the sender's Nxt account
3. Sending DOGE assets back to the gateway triggers the servers to send DOGE coins back to a DOGE address

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March 02, 2014, 04:48:31 AM
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Suggested NIP (Nxt Improvement Proposal)

Adding "meta information" to Arbitrary Messages.

As AMs are going to become a key communication tool for various other parts of the Nxt system (including NIPs themselves) I suggest that we decide on one of the two ways of providing minimal "meta" information for AMs.

This could be done in the following 2 ways:

1) Encode them as URIs (making it simple for web apps to handle different kinds of things).

or

2) Use the first x bits of the AM to indicate the type.

The advantage of 1 is the simplicity for web apps (i.e. no coding necessary) and the advantage of 2 is size (we only have 1000 bytes for an AM currently).

Which way we go is up to the community - but whichever way I would like to see then an NIP AM (which might just contain the hash of an NIP document - the document itself could be posted on forums or wherever else).

By having such information your "inbox" could automatically place messages in different folders and could also perhaps sound an "alert" according to the AM type received (e.g. we might expect to also have an "alert" AM a bit like Bitcoin alerts).


Great idea, especially since AM will be used as a reputation system in clients soon.
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Suggested NIP (Nxt Improvement Proposal)

Adding "meta information" to Arbitrary Messages.

As AMs are going to become a key communication tool for various other parts of the Nxt system (including NIPs themselves) I suggest that we decide on one of the two ways of providing minimal "meta" information for AMs.

This could be done in the following 2 ways:

1) Encode them as URIs (making it simple for web apps to handle different kinds of things).

or

2) Use the first x bits of the AM to indicate the type.

The advantage of 1 is the simplicity for web apps (i.e. no coding necessary) and the advantage of 2 is size (we only have 1000 bytes for an AM currently).

Which way we go is up to the community - but whichever way I would like to see then an NIP AM (which might just contain the hash of an NIP document - the document itself could be posted on forums or wherever else).

By having such information your "inbox" could automatically place messages in different folders and could also perhaps sound an "alert" according to the AM type received (e.g. we might expect to also have an "alert" AM a bit like Bitcoin alerts).

Is there a way to do both? Since URI will be a lot longer than 4 bytes, we could reserve a four byte code that web apps could read, which would mean the URI immediately follows. If it is not the code for URI follows, then the web apps should ignore it. Apps that need to use all the 1000 bytes would be able to filter the AM's that just have their special code.

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March 02, 2014, 05:09:29 AM
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Suggested NIP (Nxt Improvement Proposal)

Adding "meta information" to Arbitrary Messages.
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1) Encode them as URIs (making it simple for web apps to handle different kinds of things).

or

2) Use the first x bits of the AM to indicate the type.

Is there a way to do both? Since URI will be a lot longer than 4 bytes, we could reserve a four byte code that web apps could read, which would mean the URI immediately follows. It is is not the code for URI follows, then the web apps should ignore it. Apps that need to use all the 1000 bytes would be able to filter the AM's that just have their special code.

Yes.  The suggestion of 7-bit ASCII with a variable length allows the type-tag to be dual-purposed as a URI as long as the string starts with a known URI scheme.

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March 02, 2014, 05:26:49 AM
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So I've been having trouble setting up a node under Debian.

This is the error I get after 0.8.3 starts:

./run.sh: line 1:  3004 Killed                  java -Xmx1024M -cp nxt.jar:lib/*:conf nxt.Nxt

Help is appreciated.

did you use apt-get to install java?  give us output from "uname -a" and "which java" and "java -version"

uname: Linux 5inko.2 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.41-2+deb7u2 x86_64 GNU/Linux

which java: /usr/bin/java

java version "1.7.0_25"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.3.10) (7u25-2.3.10-1~deb7u1)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

thanks in advanced, need to learn me some more linux.
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March 02, 2014, 05:29:51 AM
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So I've been having trouble setting up a node under Debian.

This is the error I get after 0.8.3 starts:

./run.sh: line 1:  3004 Killed                  java -Xmx1024M -cp nxt.jar:lib/*:conf nxt.Nxt

Help is appreciated.

did you use apt-get to install java?  give us output from "uname -a" and "which java" and "java -version"

uname: Linux 5inko.2 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.41-2+deb7u2 x86_64 GNU/Linux

which java: /usr/bin/java

java version "1.7.0_25"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.3.10) (7u25-2.3.10-1~deb7u1)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

thanks in advanced, need to learn me some more linux.

I'm also using OpenJDK 1.7.0 but on Ubuntu.  How much RAM does your machine have?

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March 02, 2014, 05:33:34 AM
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So I've been having trouble setting up a node under Debian.

This is the error I get after 0.8.3 starts:

./run.sh: line 1:  3004 Killed                  java -Xmx1024M -cp nxt.jar:lib/*:conf nxt.Nxt

Help is appreciated.

did you use apt-get to install java?  give us output from "uname -a" and "which java" and "java -version"

uname: Linux 5inko.2 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.41-2+deb7u2 x86_64 GNU/Linux

which java: /usr/bin/java

java version "1.7.0_25"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.3.10) (7u25-2.3.10-1~deb7u1)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

thanks in advanced, need to learn me some more linux.

I'm also using OpenJDK 1.7.0 but on Ubuntu.  How much RAM does your machine have?


Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.
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March 02, 2014, 05:34:04 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.

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The way I see this working is that from the client you can directly mint new NXTcash, in increments of 100NXT. This will create private files that are encrypted and stored on your computer (and USB backup). Now the files on your USB are just like cash. You can then go to any other computer and launch the NXTcash spending app. You tell it what NXT acct (different one) to fund with the private files on USB.

At this point, we can go in two possible ways, one way is to have the new NXT acct funded with NXT, or it could be NXTcash asset. We are assessing the tradeoffs between the two approaches, but either way, funds have gone from the initial acct to the new account, without any identifiable information being leaked!

What you do with your NXTcash is your business. Anything you do from the alter-ego acct is all publicly viewable, but the key is that nobody can identify who is controlling that new account.

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March 02, 2014, 05:36:57 AM
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Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.

Remove "-Xmx1024M". Don't add any Xmx. For VPS it is the best variant.

Btw, managing node can be automated in 2 ways: (1) (2).

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