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March 03, 2014, 10:34:04 PM
Last edit: March 03, 2014, 11:50:43 PM by salsacz
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what i dont get is how all these smart people that work on other "second gen cryptos" dont look into nxt, see that it is far superior to the ones they are working on and move to nxt? why back any other horse when theres one clear winner in the long run? it makes no sense! you dont even need to be a programmer to see that nxt is going to far out do all the other 2nd gen coins! i could understand joe soaps backing the wrong one due to lack of research or other coins having better marketing but real crypto nerds have no excuse! i dont get it :L
it is simple. BCNext gave us only a source code. We needed to build websites, create wiki, build whitepaper. Then we started to write articles because only with some proof you can show how cool Nxt is. Now we finally finished some cool papers so we can deliver them to the developers and university guys to look at them and join us. After weeks of asking we finally have also a letter for university guys, so I can send it to them without grammar errors. Then devs can come here, build their apps on top of the Nxt network and then we can start to focus on mainstream etc. But right now we need to get attention of the devs, that's why we go to the conferences and publish scientific papers. Like these:

Nxt Network: Energy and Cost Efficiency Analysis
by: hughmanwho et Secondleo
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J8uhdshu9epGRrQHBaloGc4itdvuAHZDAUtNDjOhz-8/edit

Decentralized internet and Nxt solutions
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http://justpaste.it/decentralized-internet


We also had to fight with the myths about Nxt, that's why was created the NxtMyths project so now we can simply link to the paper/chapter or distribution infographic:
NxtMyths: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwAGADgnQcrtM3g1cU1VSHZtTGM/edit?usp=sharing

There were some discussions about visions few pages back. This is a vision, this is a plan. Simple. But working. With 2 simple tweets I got 25 views from AndreasMAntonopoulos's and 25 from Wikileaks followers. But I needed to create this text http://justpaste.it/decentralized-internet for them first. And soon there will be a video

Maybe some 12 years old investor like Emule can invest into a currency without whitepapers/scientific/review texts, but serious investors need to know what Nxt is about. So you need to provide serious articles about Nxt first.

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March 03, 2014, 10:45:46 PM
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I can no longer use the nxtra.org/nxt-client

It doesn't accept any kind of password I provide.

Whenever I try to log in or create an account I get an empty pop-up with an OK button.
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March 03, 2014, 10:51:54 PM
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I can no longer use the nxtra.org/nxt-client

It doesn't accept any kind of password I provide.

Whenever I try to log in or create an account I get an empty pop-up with an OK button.


same here cant login.





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March 03, 2014, 10:54:05 PM
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Is it pronounced "next" or "N-X-T"?

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March 03, 2014, 10:54:40 PM
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Is it pronounced "next" or "N-X-T"?

"Next" but the name of the currency is NXT
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March 03, 2014, 11:03:10 PM
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we have NXT/LTC pair on cryptsy NICE to have when you mining LTC Wink

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/162



Who here is in contact with cryptsy? Is someone helping provide them with proper description and info on their coin page? It is currently shamefully inaccurate and seems like zero effort was given. https://www.cryptsy.com/currencies/view/118

1000 Nxt to whoever gets this done with nice accurate, well presented info. That includes the current logo.

have mailed to big john.

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March 03, 2014, 11:05:36 PM
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Nxt Network: Energy and Cost Efficiency Analysis
by: hughmanwho et Secondleo
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J8uhdshu9epGRrQHBaloGc4itdvuAHZDAUtNDjOhz-8/edit

Please don't show this "paper" to others. People will laugh and this will ultimately hurt us.

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March 03, 2014, 11:11:07 PM
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Before I log off for the night, I want to ask people again to (even partially) fill in this questionnaire: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412243.msg5487600#msg5487600

The info you provide is important, because it will allow us to make a more coherent effort. I would like for as many people to be involved, not just "marketing".

Thank you for the time! Smiley

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March 03, 2014, 11:22:06 PM
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Nxt Network: Energy and Cost Efficiency Analysis
by: hughmanwho et Secondleo
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J8uhdshu9epGRrQHBaloGc4itdvuAHZDAUtNDjOhz-8/edit

Please don't show this "paper" to others. People will laugh and this will ultimately hurt us.

Do you mean it requires a re-write in a more classic peer-reviewed style, or there's something terribly wrong in the contents?
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Nxt Network: Energy and Cost Efficiency Analysis
by: hughmanwho et Secondleo
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J8uhdshu9epGRrQHBaloGc4itdvuAHZDAUtNDjOhz-8/edit

Please don't show this "paper" to others. People will laugh and this will ultimately hurt us.

Do you mean it requires a re-write in a more classic peer-reviewed style, or there's something terribly wrong in the contents?

+1

yes please be more specific

Rep Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381041
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March 03, 2014, 11:32:31 PM
Last edit: March 04, 2014, 12:08:23 AM by Pouncer
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With 0.8.4e, to switch to testnet you need to set in nxt.properties:

nxt.isTestnet=true
nxt.testnetPeers=bug.airdns.org

This is the test blockchain as obtained from holms. Those who have test Nxt, should be able to access them. Please start forging, as the blockchain is days behind.

You also need to use your own 0.8.4e node for API and UI access - bug.airdns.org only accepts peer to peer requests, don't try to unlock accounts there or use http API against it.


Thanks JL.

Can someone pls send some testNXT to 858492554429534417? Original balance has disappeared. Thx.

NXTtechdevfund  GPG Key ID: 0x903BC112
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March 03, 2014, 11:47:05 PM
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What would differentiate a "Class A" asset from a "Class B" asset?

perhaps we could limit Class B Asset to not being able to have as many units/shares.


I see.

Although I like the idea, let us clarify what our goal is with this.

It's an interesting idea.

I think we should all remember BCNext's vision for NXT and his thoughts regarding fees.  I agree with BCNext wanting NXT fees to be low.  Imo, 1000 NXT for asset name registration is too high.  I think you should be able to register an asset name for 1 NXT.  By setting NXT fees high, we are excluding people from NXT because they cannot afford the registration price.  NXT should be for everyone.

you have to remember that what we are talking about here is self issued credit. i think its fair to expect that people who are issuing their own credit have SOME assets in reserve, leverage is good and useful but i don't think we want people leveraged at 0 percent.

I don't understand why not? Credit can't truly be self issued anyway. anyone can say "trust me, I am good for it" the credit is issued when someone else says, "OK, I trust you." at that point the fee is just inhibiting private business, which I am whole heartedly against. I can sort of understand the spam argument as a reason for a higher issuing price, as this potential for spam would have a universal effect on the whole community, But I highly disagree with using it as a means of policing private business, and that includes the name squatting arguments, the scam arguments. I could agree with raising trans fees for the AE, but I am with 2kewl on this. How are you going to charge NXT users more than people who are importing assets through gateways?

By charging such a fee anyone trying to sell anything on the market starts in the whole that much.Today About $50 bucks. So If you have something worth $100 it is not worth trying to sell. Really you would have to sell $1000 dollars worth of stuff to get the fee down to 5%. 5% is to high. Lower issue fees give more people more opportunity.

Think of the applicable uses this would eliminate. For example, If I were to want to sell a comic book collection by individual books, I would have to put a 1000 NXT mark up on every book. Any low cost per asset and high asset volume business would have no place on the AE.

Higher fees limit the versatility of the AE in the ways people can use it, restricts the number of users, and restricts the demographics of people who can use it. There are so many creative ways to use this feature if it is not restricted by high cost.



ok so perhaps self monetized credit is a better way of saying it.

i mean how many of this one type of comic book would you have? you dont need to build a market for 1 or 2 items only. you just sell the one or two items on something like ebay. you only need a market in a product that you either produce or have a lot of.

also this helps to protect against domain squatting. thats a really big deal since the person who acquires a domain is the monopoly provider meaning he has the leverage to charge outrageous prices as soon as he knows that someone wants it. if we didnt put a price on it than people would go crazy and reserve every domain imaginable and anyone who wanted to issue an asset would have to pay CRAZY prices. The net effect of making asset registration cheap would be that getting the asset you wanted would be orders of magnitude more expensive than if there was simply a cost for registering to begin with.

*edit* incidentally i really like the idea of having tiers of asset classes. that gives us the best of both worlds.

I mean absolutely no disrespect, or wish not to come across as attacking you personally, and intend nothing that implies any question of your character Anon136. To the contrary I owe you a debt of gratitude as far as what you have done to offer help and info to me in regards to this topic. But for the sake of being brief and out of respect for the users of this thread, I will be blunt. When it comes to this topic you are wrong.

I would like to suggest that this topic and any conversation or debate regarding it be moved to a topic specific forum or thread. This and other basic fundamental policies and applications regarding the AE should really be afforded discussion at length. Out of respect for the common usage of this thread, and due to the fact that this topic cannot be truly debated with the attention it deserves without writing pages and pages, we should continue this discussion in a more topic dedicated place. It seems as though you and others have thoughts about this that can't be expressed in a relatively brief manor, and I know I do. This topic deserves and needs to be discussed at length. Could you set us up a place to talk more about it with out disturbing the common usage of this thread, or suggest a place if one already exists?
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March 04, 2014, 12:14:44 AM
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DGEX newsletter announces three developments:

1. DGEX fees back to 0% for NXT withdrawals, 0.15% for trades
2. DGEX Initial Public Virtual Offering still available
3. Offspring NXT client updated http://offspring.dgex.com

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,4285.0.html

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March 04, 2014, 12:23:05 AM
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DGEX newsletter announces three developments:

1. DGEX fees back to 0% for NXT withdrawals, 0.15% for trades
2. DGEX Initial Public Virtual Offering still available
3. Offspring NXT client updated http://offspring.dgex.com

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,4285.0.html

https://bitbucket.org/incentivetoken/offspring-public/downloads

No files to download


it says 4 Mar, maybe you have different time zone so i need to wait tomorrow
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March 04, 2014, 12:24:16 AM
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DGEX newsletter announces three developments:

1. DGEX fees back to 0% for NXT withdrawals, 0.15% for trades
2. DGEX Initial Public Virtual Offering still available
3. Offspring NXT client updated http://offspring.dgex.com

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,4285.0.html

Wow, 1 day after i made a 35.000 NXT withdrawal... great timing i have there.

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March 04, 2014, 12:27:39 AM
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What would differentiate a "Class A" asset from a "Class B" asset?

perhaps we could limit Class B Asset to not being able to have as many units/shares.


I see.

Although I like the idea, let us clarify what our goal is with this.

It's an interesting idea.

I think we should all remember BCNext's vision for NXT and his thoughts regarding fees.  I agree with BCNext wanting NXT fees to be low.  Imo, 1000 NXT for asset name registration is too high.  I think you should be able to register an asset name for 1 NXT.  By setting NXT fees high, we are excluding people from NXT because they cannot afford the registration price.  NXT should be for everyone.

you have to remember that what we are talking about here is self issued credit. i think its fair to expect that people who are issuing their own credit have SOME assets in reserve, leverage is good and useful but i don't think we want people leveraged at 0 percent.

I don't understand why not? Credit can't truly be self issued anyway. anyone can say "trust me, I am good for it" the credit is issued when someone else says, "OK, I trust you." at that point the fee is just inhibiting private business, which I am whole heartedly against. I can sort of understand the spam argument as a reason for a higher issuing price, as this potential for spam would have a universal effect on the whole community, But I highly disagree with using it as a means of policing private business, and that includes the name squatting arguments, the scam arguments. I could agree with raising trans fees for the AE, but I am with 2kewl on this. How are you going to charge NXT users more than people who are importing assets through gateways?

By charging such a fee anyone trying to sell anything on the market starts in the whole that much.Today About $50 bucks. So If you have something worth $100 it is not worth trying to sell. Really you would have to sell $1000 dollars worth of stuff to get the fee down to 5%. 5% is to high. Lower issue fees give more people more opportunity.

Think of the applicable uses this would eliminate. For example, If I were to want to sell a comic book collection by individual books, I would have to put a 1000 NXT mark up on every book. Any low cost per asset and high asset volume business would have no place on the AE.

Higher fees limit the versatility of the AE in the ways people can use it, restricts the number of users, and restricts the demographics of people who can use it. There are so many creative ways to use this feature if it is not restricted by high cost.



ok so perhaps self monetized credit is a better way of saying it.

i mean how many of this one type of comic book would you have? you dont need to build a market for 1 or 2 items only. you just sell the one or two items on something like ebay. you only need a market in a product that you either produce or have a lot of.

also this helps to protect against domain squatting. thats a really big deal since the person who acquires a domain is the monopoly provider meaning he has the leverage to charge outrageous prices as soon as he knows that someone wants it. if we didnt put a price on it than people would go crazy and reserve every domain imaginable and anyone who wanted to issue an asset would have to pay CRAZY prices. The net effect of making asset registration cheap would be that getting the asset you wanted would be orders of magnitude more expensive than if there was simply a cost for registering to begin with.

*edit* incidentally i really like the idea of having tiers of asset classes. that gives us the best of both worlds.

I mean absolutely no disrespect, or wish not to come across as attacking you personally, and intend nothing that implies any question of your character Anon136. To the contrary I owe you a debt of gratitude as far as what you have done to offer help and info to me in regards to this topic. But for the sake of being brief and out of respect for the users of this thread, I will be blunt. When it comes to this topic you are wrong.

I would like to suggest that this topic and any conversation or debate regarding it be moved to a topic specific forum or thread. This and other basic fundamental policies and applications regarding the AE should really be afforded discussion at length. Out of respect for the common usage of this thread, and due to the fact that this topic cannot be truly debated with the attention it deserves without writing pages and pages, we should continue this discussion in a more topic dedicated place. It seems as though you and others have thoughts about this that can't be expressed in a relatively brief manor, and I know I do. This topic deserves and needs to be discussed at length. Could you set us up a place to talk more about it with out disturbing the common usage of this thread, or suggest a place if one already exists?

I think my argument is pretty much entirely laid out in that previous paragraph, valid and bulletproof. however with that said, even though my argument is strong and valid, there could be advantages that i haven't considered which outweigh the mentioned disadvantages of free asset registration, or there could be other disadvantages which outweigh the mentioned advantages to a price on asset registration.

In the extremely unlikely event that my argument is flat out wrong or in the more likely event that it is correct but overlooking other advantages and disadvantages that outweigh those described in my previous post, i would very much like to hear about it. I created a thread specifically for discussion related to the asset exchange, tell me about it over there. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=460343

Also remember that i am in favor of tiers of asset classes. This would allow for the market to naturally determine what the right tradeoff is. I would even be in favor of having a tier for (basically) free registration (atleast the cost of a regular transaction to prevent completely senseless spamming) just in case i happened to be wrong.


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March 04, 2014, 12:32:16 AM
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we have NXT/LTC pair on cryptsy NICE to have when you mining LTC Wink

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/162



Who here is in contact with cryptsy? Is someone helping provide them with proper description and info on their coin page? It is currently shamefully inaccurate and seems like zero effort was given. https://www.cryptsy.com/currencies/view/118

1000 Nxt to whoever gets this done with nice accurate, well presented info. That includes the current logo.

Hi Nxt community,

Here is updated info for Cryptsy  in .doc

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Hq3nkw2xHZanlfOXliUW1YVFE/edit?usp=sharing

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we have NXT/LTC pair on cryptsy NICE to have when you mining LTC Wink

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/162



Who here is in contact with cryptsy? Is someone helping provide them with proper description and info on their coin page? It is currently shamefully inaccurate and seems like zero effort was given. https://www.cryptsy.com/currencies/view/118

1000 Nxt to whoever gets this done with nice accurate, well presented info. That includes the current logo.

Hi Nxt community,

Here is updated info for Cryptsy  in .doc

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Hq3nkw2xHZanlfOXliUW1YVFE/edit?usp=sharing

NxtMinnow

Good job!


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Last edit: March 04, 2014, 01:27:53 AM by NxtMinnow
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What happened with Vircurex? Price drops a lot.

Price relative to what?  BTC? Fiat?   There was a pretty decent BTC rally today. I bet fiat lost value.

EDIT: Now that Gox uncertainty has been removed from the crypto market by the release of Nanashi private Gox IRC chat and leaked 20GB Gox file, the crypto market can move forward and away from the corruption of traditional centralized exchanges.

There are some dirty words in the IRC chat like "was rootkit on gox" OOPS!  Embarrassed   http://pastebin.com/cbA09WwA

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Last edit: March 04, 2014, 03:42:59 AM by rickyjames
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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 MAY 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 73 hours into the vote (I was busy an hour ago) and with 95 hours to go,  I have now distributed 355 ballot access codes so far to nominees, candidates, PM requesters, and everybody that has ever posted 10 or more times to this thread per newcn's list of most active posters (see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5456233#msg5456233 ).

I continue to examine the profile all PM requesters (a dwindling number) and have found all to be legitimate eligible NXTers with the exception of two new accounts discussed previously.

For my current ongoing ballot code blind mailings to NXTers on newcn's "voter registration list", I am including a link to the candidate statements and a request for the recipient to read them before going to vote.  Candidates, you can always go edit your statements and polish them a little if you want.  I think they're really gonna matter.

All ballot codes are going out by PM from me.  At the conclusion of this election, I will publish a list of who got what ballot access code and whether or not they voted.  At that time I will also PM my ElectionBuddy password to all candidates so they can verify from my dashboard there that I did not sneak in extra votes on my own to influence the results.  Trust no one.

NXT VOTER REGISTRATION LIST:

Considering that I'm just winging it here, things are going pretty well.  Here are the list of people that I consider eligible voters.  This list is in three blocks of names, and each block is roughly in the order these people are found in newcn's list of top 500 posters to this thread.  Direct requesters by PM are listed at the back of the first two blocks.  The first block of names (139 total) have voted.  The second block of names (215 total) includes everybody that has posted 10 or more times in this thread, and everybody in this block has an unused ballot code sitting in their PM inbox.  The third block of names (144 total) have posted between 9-5 posts to this thread and are people I would like to send ballot codes to but may not be able to because I am going to Austin tomorrow.  We may have to call the election with just the people in the first two blocks if I can't get more ballots out.  I think is OK if it happens that way because a cutoff of 10 or more posts to this thread is a reasonable selection criteria.   IF YOU ARE IN THE THIRD BLOCK OF PEOPLE HERE AND WANT TO VOTE, PM ME AND I ***WILL*** SEND YOU A BALLOT CODE.

This list by my tabulation has 139+215+144 = 498 people on it and we have 500 total ballots available to distribute to eligible voters.  This leaves me with 2 extra ballots for PM requests from people not on this list.

Code:

NXTers WHO HAVE VOTED

jl777, pinarello, smaragda, landomata, bitcoinpaul
salsacz, Damelon, Utopianfuture, Wesleyh, ChuckOne
Anon136, mcjavar, Klee, msin, allwelder
S3MKi, brooklynbtc, xyzzyx, abctc, TwinWinNerD
Passion_ltc, BitcoinForumator, swartzfeger, ZeroTheGreat, nexern
2Kool4Skewl, starik69, ImmortAlex, EmoneyRu, pandaisftw
dzarmush, marcus03, NxtChoice, instacash, ferment
l8orre, Uniqueorn, Zahlen, redsn0w, davethetrousers
chanc3r, Bitventurer, Eadeqa, kodtycoon, abuelau
punkrock, igmaca, joefox, notsoshifty, fmiboy
bizz, bloodyrookie, Fatih87SK, coolfish, rriky92
newsilike, CoinTropolis_JustaBitTime, ^[GS]^, Coinonaer, Mario123
gs02xzz, Emule, Mistafreeze, okaynow, bidji29
newcn, BaiMangal, Sebastien256, MyZhre, jkoil
Drexme, mnightwaffle, Sharky444, mthcl, kwest
Alias, bahamapascal, mezzovide, marek3ball, VanBreuk
Isildur23, seek4dream, mikesbmw, lyynx, minusbalancer
achimsmile, farl4web, voldemort628, ebereon, DrearyUrbanite
zorke, longzai1988, grandpa_seth, antanst, mkmen
jadedjack, NxtMinnow, lurning, Buratino, drsnuggles
eB101, QBTC, pastet89, mingophoria, w4llace
neer, g, italovers, d13id, oldnbold, leetrump
Ludom, BCFrex, vitvert, scor2k, Aditer
Arckam (aka frmelin), Asian Prepper , dimirfu, factorfftt, fgbnbb
fnjing21th, funbug, guangjinhan, h1h2h3_c, hughmanwho
Jack Needles, Jr, peng, KyLins, lingdu22, middlepath
Pouncer , qbd1313, runall, Secondleo , stoneone
sunrise778, tank, xzhybbs, yanlap

NXTers WHO HAVE A BALLOT CODE SITTING IN THEIR INBOX - ALL HAVE POSTED 10+ TIMES TO THIS THREAD OR MADE A PM REQUEST

Come-from-Beyond, landomata, opticalcarrier, laowai80, NxtChg, com
rickyjames, EvilDave, gbeirn, Jean-Luc, xibeijan
bitcoinrocks, Pablito89, martismartis, wakasaki808, lophie
gimre, buybitcoinscanada, timmyd, smartwart, PeercoinEnthusiast
bithic, FrictionlessCoin, intel, BitAddict, LiQio
lucky88888, GCInc, , inkadnb, kunibopl, Ola
superresistant, iruu, bybitcoin, coolmist, greyw00lf
OKNXT, apenzl, Labteck, idev, artik123
snowboard789, mr_random, yuriygeorge, zhangdu, twistelaar
PaulyC, loopgate88, davidoski, crazybonkers, Jerical13
cc001, google98, nxtgt, Hacer88, Noitev
Meizirkki, BitThink, delulo, Kontakt, Vega
relm9, plasticAiredale, nov, SkillRoad, McDoxy
Voluntold, nakaone, User705, Kodoka, IveBeenBit
BrianNowhere, admiral, fu, Patel, subSTRATA, LightningFury
verymuchso, sparta_cuss, MarvellousMutant, vanea84, Forobitcoins
pmabdsf, nxtru, bitdraw, 2X84, omo
JohnyCrypt, Framewood, vintagetrex, nxtsky, freigeist
btc2nxt, bitme, Hegemon, aldrin, Conurtrol
ifightformerkel, grex, garcias, cryptolawyer, lr127
erik__, Mises_77, yan83, swansong, eid
xgc, tk808, nnn, gorgorom, colinistheman
Timetwister, Ezravdb, mindtomatter, MadCow, windjc
btc24, artila, CrazyEyes, CoinBuzz, miramare
matt4054, gvans, Daedelus, psybits, podyx
morningtime, mercenar1e, maco, josephliton, gradis
Fern, Ebrelus, DLXS, yassin54, xcn
visaco, giveBTCpls, SZZT, Ardolafat, tman10
Ricot, ninjaboon, nadrimajstor, manrus, kknk808
evanxxx, bitmadaboutcoin, KLONE, wizzardTim, markn
kpax7788, hypersire, getfun12345, garp, blackfyre175
alrose, tylerbrad85, killver, dr_yan_yan, alex0909
ViktorK, user1922, trefifund, sherpico77, r3animation
pabloangello, luckygenough56, jubalix, jettico, jackyrozario
d5000, cromaclear, POPPP, Jimmy2011, xchrix
xadidos, sepehr, pocesar, mww, maxbit
ROBERTO, Coinsy, Armando, ArcticWolfie, rb2
qqNxt, professorhandsome, nesco1805, mczarnek, matt608
feeleep, Choboy, Agent86, grizmoblust, barbierir
ParmaBTC, NWO, Krabby, Komputor, DiCE1904
BitCoiner2012, 96redformula, NXT, yesuper, Fry
Mac Red, barklay, Chang Hum, CIYAM Pty,  Ltd, , CoinTropolis_NiftyNikel
drevil, gmoneycoin, GröBkAz, Ladeco2014, luizchen

NXTers WHO HAVE POSTED 5-9 TIMES TO THIS THREAD AND MAY OR MAY NOT GET A BALLOT CODE IF I AM TOO BUSY AT TBC
IF YOU ARE IN THIS BLOCK AND WANT TO VOTE, PM ME AND I ***WILL*** SEND YOU A BALLOT CODE

zerocom, tillou, stdset, rdanneskjoldr, nxtuser
nelisky, mynxtcoin, mudshark79, markus1000, marcoslopez
jelin1984, extee, dittie, cfrm, bittick
Xtar, X68N, Tompa, Thingamajig, ThePatient
Nyx, Edacra, Dps23, DeadlyEskimo, zakorus
ycm82, tooroth, stereotype, puck2, nxt-e, com
noashh, masterOfDisaster, hyunsookmom, hobbster, halabibk
drdops, demols, chinabreak123, btcruss, asdlolciterquit
aorith, Xio, X_X_X, N[e]wBie, MtheK
Kaliber1, Istanbul34, HinnomTX, Gaman, wwdz99
wastedbit, titan20, sussex, skytaper, shinep
rnr, maratmmz, hoax, eXtatiC, canuck
bitfromit, bitbets, arafel71, alxx77, Stark-Fujikawa
Snard, Kmonk, Jaguar0625, Jackevin, JKBtCn
Gonzo418, CommanderVenus, Boiar, subhead, spud3861
sherrifshenko, pilotbo, naurisdede, mvag, mellorbo
jdebunt, himmelsfaller2, fehen, dulinxu, dawn
cryptohunter, cryptobanks, bitoktlk, bitcool, SpeedDemon13
Rluner, Morguk, Ludom, Luceat, Lubliana
JohnDoe21, Jcsarokin, GroinCoin, CryptKeeper, xyz
vitvert, virtualaddict, techo051, stamen123, slothbag
shoichikun808, schnib12, rmKHT, panhc2014, ojman28
nonstopdonkey, neonemu, nemra, mishan, mikaljan
jari76, hilotime, gobpaul, dudenohair, dave5555
crendore, coloredcoin, caishendizi, boredeo, axxian
alexrussel1980, Xandrexx, Voodah, Sondey10mg, Silv0r
Orrechorre, MrFring, LiveFree, Fastpow, FandangledGizmo
Elokane, CCInvestor, Boing7898, wezelvis

BOTTOM LINE: At this time 139 of the 354 distributed ballot access codes have been used to vote.   There are 215 unutilized and 146 undistributed ballot access codes still available.

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