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March 04, 2014, 06:14:10 PM
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well boys, gear up!  if you thought the excitement and payouts at blocks 22001 - 22005 were big, just wait till AE gets turned on....

I think we are all waiting so much! Very exciting, but we need at least an official ann few days prior to launch, so as to be prepared or at least available. I want to live that excitement again, that we all had during AS - can't wait

Gimme Date and I fire up the countdown Grin www.nxtcountdown.com

If you can shoot some awesome screenshots of the AE on a client that'd be great. Put the pictures underneath the video.

A question;This is what I see when I open the website; https://i.imgur.com/uWWu4nn.png

Could you remove the text "Nxt developers are.....Live date not determined"?

Lift the countdown and video a little up, so the video is not cut in half when you open the website (see screenshot). That would look better.  Wink

For the screenshots of a client I would make a small/medium horizontal smooth line under the video and put 2 or 3 screenshot next to each other.

Maybe it's also a good idea to add http://www.nxtclients.org/ somewhere

Yeah, I'll tweak it a little bit. Has anybody good screenshots for me?

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March 04, 2014, 06:14:51 PM
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I think I have a great idea for a Nxt asset exchange related website Smiley

It would track your profits/losses on the asset exchange.

You could input you Nxt account, then it would scan the blockchain for which price the assets have been brought.

After that it checks the current buy/sell orders.

This would give the possibility of a nice overview over your assets and how they are developing.

I would do this my self but unfortunately I lack the knowledge to do so.

So I figured I'll just share it with this great community Smiley


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http://www.coinreporting.com
Only that the you don't have to input your purchases and sales manually.
AE makes it possible!
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March 04, 2014, 06:19:21 PM
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I think I have a great idea for a Nxt asset exchange related website Smiley

It would track your profits/losses on the asset exchange.

You could input you Nxt account, then it would scan the blockchain for which price the assets have been brought.

After that it checks the current buy/sell orders.

This would give the possibility of a nice overview over your assets and how they are developing.

I would do this my self but unfortunately I lack the knowledge to do so.

So I figured I'll just share it with this great community Smiley


@Similar to this page:
http://www.coinreporting.com
Only that the you don't have to input your purchases and sales manually.

This would even be better integrated into the clients. But a website would also be great. Smiley Any volunteers?

I would do it, but time is the issue here. I cannot do many things at once.
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March 04, 2014, 06:21:49 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26E0lFUP4qw#start=0:00;end=8:46;cycles=-1;autoreplay=false;showoptions=false

NXT mentioned briefly - AGAIN, at about 6:00...

I wish there was a heavy-duty-pro-fulltime-spokesperson that would represent NXT the way that Hoskinson does, or Larimer, etc...

I would like to hear a 1hour LTB show, dedicated to NXT, with Adam B Levine (he's the best interviewer IMO), with his know-how and great questions...

I'm looking forward to hearing Anon, but I think everybody would like to see even more firepower in this regard.
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March 04, 2014, 06:22:15 PM
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I count 224 active peers and 403 known peers. Any comparison? Are these normal numbers?

https://www.peerexplorer.com/

Reports this:

 Peers online: 511,  Claimed peers online: 77,

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March 04, 2014, 06:22:36 PM
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Disclaimer: At this point, I would characterize my knowledge of the applicable regulation as very incomplete. While I am not a lawyer, I work with a lot of lawyers, and my job involves a lot of research and writing memos for companies taking accounting or tax positions.

As you can see from the address in my signature, I've got a decent investment in the network, and I'm very interested in seeing this experiment succeed. I've been trying to figure out what I can contribute to the community. As a very bad amateur programmer, I'm uncomfortable touching anything regarding the technical aspects, as the credibility of NXT could be hurt by amateurs playing with people's money.

I think I know what needs to be looked into for the US, but I would like some pointers for other countries. I have the resources to research things as they apply to the US, and may have access to some good info for other regions as well. The gambling thing in Germany mentioned above by ChuckOne is a good example of what I'm looking for.

I agree with the others who point out that the decentralized nature of NXT has certain benefits with regards to government control. However, governments can do many things to make NXT's life difficult, which could cause the price to plummet. This is a very bad thing when people attempt to use NXT as a store of value. Let's be prepared to address regulatory issues before they arise.
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March 04, 2014, 06:25:01 PM
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anyone else having issues with solaris client
i go to send a transaction which is a cryptsy address and press send and recieve an error.
"error code 5, error description,unknown account"

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March 04, 2014, 06:25:52 PM
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NXT IS AT CRYPTY.COM Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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March 04, 2014, 06:27:57 PM
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I think I have a great idea for a Nxt asset exchange related website Smiley

It would track your profits/losses on the asset exchange.

You could input you Nxt account, then it would scan the blockchain for which price the assets have been brought.

After that it checks the current buy/sell orders.

This would give the possibility of a nice overview over your assets and how they are developing.

I would do this my self but unfortunately I lack the knowledge to do so.

So I figured I'll just share it with this great community Smiley


@Similar to this page:
http://www.coinreporting.com
Only that the you don't have to input your purchases and sales manually.

This would even be better integrated into the clients. But a website would also be great. Smiley Any volunteers?

I would do it, but time is the issue here. I cannot do many things at once.

I thought about this as well but some people (like me) just like to visit a website, and click "show asset overview" instead of downloading some client which is full packed with features.
It would just be so seamless. That's what attracts people Cheesy

But some people might also prefer it directly in their client  Smiley
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March 04, 2014, 06:33:32 PM
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I think I have a great idea for a Nxt asset exchange related website Smiley

It would track your profits/losses on the asset exchange.

You could input you Nxt account, then it would scan the blockchain for which price the assets have been brought.

After that it checks the current buy/sell orders.

This would give the possibility of a nice overview over your assets and how they are developing.

I would do this my self but unfortunately I lack the knowledge to do so.

So I figured I'll just share it with this great community Smiley


@Similar to this page:
http://www.coinreporting.com
Only that the you don't have to input your purchases and sales manually.

This would even be better integrated into the clients. But a website would also be great. Smiley Any volunteers?

I would do it, but time is the issue here. I cannot do many things at once.

Please don't underestimate the importance and popularity in mobile web services. Like Nxt, it would be very convenient to have a go-to place for this wherever you are. No installation needed.

Besides that, I love the idea. Someone could build a great web site around AE.
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March 04, 2014, 06:41:32 PM
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I count 224 active peers and 403 known peers. Any comparison? Are these normal numbers?

https://www.peerexplorer.com/

Reports this:

 Peers online: 511,  Claimed peers online: 77,

1731 known Grin

Btw, ask him again to support acting via address and not via IP. I'm already running 9 FREE VPS just for fun. I must be made profitable (newbies could get NXT that way).

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March 04, 2014, 06:42:07 PM
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Disclaimer: At this point, I would characterize my knowledge of the applicable regulation as very incomplete. While I am not a lawyer, I work with a lot of lawyers, and my job involves a lot of research and writing memos for companies taking accounting or tax positions.

As you can see from the address in my signature, I've got a decent investment in the network, and I'm very interested in seeing this experiment succeed. I've been trying to figure out what I can contribute to the community. As a very bad amateur programmer, I'm uncomfortable touching anything regarding the technical aspects, as the credibility of NXT could be hurt by amateurs playing with people's money.

I think I know what needs to be looked into for the US, but I would like some pointers for other countries. I have the resources to research things as they apply to the US, and may have access to some good info for other regions as well. The gambling thing in Germany mentioned above by ChuckOne is a good example of what I'm looking for.

I agree with the others who point out that the decentralized nature of NXT has certain benefits with regards to government control. However, governments can do many things to make NXT's life difficult, which could cause the price to plummet. This is a very bad thing when people attempt to use NXT as a store of value. Let's be prepared to address regulatory issues before they arise.

I think the government has been trying to deal with Bitcoin for quite some time. And what have they done? They've cracked down on a few people, but I think they know that there's no way for them to stop it, short of shutting down the internet which would have negative consequences for everyone, including them. Not only that, but I believe Nxt will be even HARDER for the government to come down on because of things like the decentralized exchange and (hopefully) NXTcash, etc. I just really think that if the Government were going to kill cryptos (like Bitcoin) they would have done it by now. Doesn't mean they still aren't trying. But agiain, what can they really do?

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March 04, 2014, 06:43:44 PM
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So has anyone researched the potential regulatory problems that we have for Asset Exchange and/or Cross Chain Transactions? That is, do we run into issues in the US for being a MSB, and do we need to do KYC and AML stuff.

I'd be willing to do the research and draft up a whitepaper if people would find that helpful or informative. My hope is that we can find a loophole that doesn't kill AE before it ever takes off, and the whitepaper would be the community's position on the issue(s).

That could be helpful to some gateways ans users. 
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March 04, 2014, 06:51:28 PM
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anyone else having issues with solaris client
i go to send a transaction which is a cryptsy address and press send and recieve an error.
"error code 5, error description,unknown account"
anyone?

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March 04, 2014, 06:52:58 PM
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I count 224 active peers and 403 known peers. Any comparison? Are these normal numbers?

https://www.peerexplorer.com/

Reports this:

 Peers online: 511,  Claimed peers online: 77,

1731 known Grin

Btw, ask him again to support acting via address and not via IP. I'm already running 9 FREE VPS just for fun. I must be made profitable (newbies could get NXT that way).

In peerexplorer I see some strange information:

I run public node on TV sitck, which runs 0.8.3 and has a name Android TV
I also run private node, which runs 0.7.6 with name PC

Then I check peerexplorer.com, I see, that my public node runs 0.7.6 and name is PC, instead of Android TV with 0.8.3
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March 04, 2014, 06:53:35 PM
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     I WANT YOUR VOTE!

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  I understand that NXT is bigger than the market price and bigger than a few mentions on podcasts.

 I understand that NXT can radically change the way the global economy works, cut out the fat cats and the government and let people trade freely and affordably amongst themselves.

 BUT NXT needs help it get there!

 I live in New York City, and I understand marketing with no budget. I have worked and managed in Michelin listed restaurants for almost 10 years now, and understand how to get the word out.

 I want to create awareness based on features and functions, not by following what DOGE did, podcasts, or hoping our Memes make it big on Reddit.

 I have connections with real honest to goodness Wall Street bankers, not that they are honest or good... I even sold one $10 worth of NXT at a holiday party!

 I am currently involved with the NXTopia project, creating a roleplay style sandbox MMO where you can buy, sell, and CREATE items in NXT. We have a great team and think this is going to be huge.

 I have been in NXT since mid-december, through the DDoS, past the Alias Auction, and into the future. I went all in on NXT and currently personally hold 340,000 that I have purchased, earned from bounties, and traded from LTC mining.

Thanks, and looking forward to the MOOON!  -jefdiesel

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March 04, 2014, 06:56:16 PM
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Disclaimer: At this point, I would characterize my knowledge of the applicable regulation as very incomplete. While I am not a lawyer, I work with a lot of lawyers, and my job involves a lot of research and writing memos for companies taking accounting or tax positions.

As you can see from the address in my signature, I've got a decent investment in the network, and I'm very interested in seeing this experiment succeed. I've been trying to figure out what I can contribute to the community. As a very bad amateur programmer, I'm uncomfortable touching anything regarding the technical aspects, as the credibility of NXT could be hurt by amateurs playing with people's money.

I think I know what needs to be looked into for the US, but I would like some pointers for other countries. I have the resources to research things as they apply to the US, and may have access to some good info for other regions as well. The gambling thing in Germany mentioned above by ChuckOne is a good example of what I'm looking for.

I agree with the others who point out that the decentralized nature of NXT has certain benefits with regards to government control. However, governments can do many things to make NXT's life difficult, which could cause the price to plummet. This is a very bad thing when people attempt to use NXT as a store of value. Let's be prepared to address regulatory issues before they arise.

I think the government has been trying to deal with Bitcoin for quite some time. And what have they done? They've cracked down on a few people, but I think they know that there's no way for them to stop it, short of shutting down the internet which would have negative consequences for everyone, including them. Not only that, but I believe Nxt will be even HARDER for the government to come down on because of things like the decentralized exchange and (hopefully) NXTcash, etc. I just really think that if the Government were going to kill cryptos (like Bitcoin) they would have done it by now. Doesn't mean they still aren't trying. But agiain, what can they really do?

Do not think so destructively. Let's consider his work as compromising as a step towards govs without giving up anything. When govs do not feel comfortable with NXT, they will not accept NXT. But when they do, we might even have their support.

So, what's better? No support by govs or support by govs?

I think the govs of a country is a player in the financial system as everybody else and we should address their concerns. What's wrong with that?
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March 04, 2014, 06:59:56 PM
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@JL

Is this issue already fixed after 0.8.3?

Code:
[2014-03-04 18:31:36.911] DEBUG: Invalid peer address: nxt.ravensbloodrealms.com
java.net.UnknownHostException: nxt.ravensbloodrealms.com
at java.net.Inet4AddressImpl.lookupAllHostAddr(Native Method)
at java.net.InetAddress$1.lookupAllHostAddr(InetAddress.java:894)
at java.net.InetAddress.getAddressesFromNameService(InetAddress.java:1286)
at java.net.InetAddress.getAllByName0(InetAddress.java:1239)
at java.net.InetAddress.getAllByName(InetAddress.java:1155)
at java.net.InetAddress.getAllByName(InetAddress.java:1091)
at java.net.InetAddress.getByName(InetAddress.java:1041)
at nxt.peer.Peers.addPeer(Peers.java:372)
at nxt.peer.Peers$3.run(Peers.java:302)
at java.util.concurrent.Executors$RunnableAdapter.call(Executors.java:471)
at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.runAndReset(FutureTask.java:304)
at java.util.concurrent.ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor$ScheduledFutureTask.access$301(ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor.java:178)
at java.util.concurrent.ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor$ScheduledFutureTask.run(ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor.java:293)
at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1145)
at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:615)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:724)
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March 04, 2014, 07:03:33 PM
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Can somebody paste me the text from a .bat to start up current nxt nrs, i cant seem to use solaris and cant create a .bat help me please lol

https://gist.github.com/nxt-ext/9309774

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March 04, 2014, 07:04:09 PM
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anyone else having issues with solaris client
i go to send a transaction which is a cryptsy address and press send and recieve an error.
"error code 5, error description,unknown account"

Could you send me the log file (in the logs subdirectory) which has this transaction to nxtsolaris@gmail.com please? Thanks!
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