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March 07, 2014, 03:40:15 AM
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Hey, I made a windows app for my nxt web interface;

You can download it here: http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/NxtWalletWindows.zip

Just run NxtWallet.exe to start.

Proof of concept at this point, probably bugs in there. Please report.

Donations appreciated at 8189784314684138350

I have also sent the html interface to jean-luc, hopefully it will be in the next version (it is in this NxtWallet.exe already)

Btw, "tools" menu doesn't do anything at the moment.

The bad news is that I downloaded the NxtWalletWindows.zip, unzip it to my deskstop, then I double click the NxtWallet.exe, a window is shown and there is waiting icon on the main window, and that's all.... I mean it stays on that interface and nothing changed, I don't know why...please wesleyh help me solve this.
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March 07, 2014, 03:59:35 AM
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Hello,Nxters,
BTC38 has updated the discussion,they need help to add Nxt.
Come here and give as more help as possible.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0

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Update 2014.03.07

I'll go on spending time on NXT as it's a bit complex for me. If you have any data related to NXT or XCP, please post them here or on our own forum(prefered, thanks!).

I'll checked the data and post of some other most voted coins tomorrow.(It's deep night in China now.)
Hope all of you who read this post happy.


 
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March 07, 2014, 04:28:52 AM
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Hello,Nxters,
BTC38 has updated the discussion,they need help to add Nxt.
Come here and give as more help as possible.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0

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Update 2014.03.07

I'll go on spending time on NXT as it's a bit complex for me. If you have any data related to NXT or XCP, please post them here or on our own forum(prefered, thanks!).

I'll checked the data and post of some other most voted coins tomorrow.(It's deep night in China now.)
Hope all of you who read this post happy.



Email sent to our devs that offered help with Cryptsy.
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March 07, 2014, 04:33:23 AM
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I have a question about Arbitrary Messages feature. Let's say someone developed an instant messaging service and used NXT as the backbone for it. And millions of people used it, wouldn't the block chain quickly get so huge that it would be impractical?
Since I assuming all the messages, which can be up to 1,000 bytes, are stored in the block chain. Of course it would generate a nice chunk of transactions fees for the people running nodes.

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March 07, 2014, 04:38:35 AM
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I have a question about Arbitrary Messages feature. Let's say someone developed an instant messaging service and used NXT as the backbone for it. And millions of people used it, wouldn't the block chain quickly get so huge that it would be impractical?
Since I assuming all the messages, which can be up to 1,000 bytes, are stored in the block chain. Of course it would generate a nice chunk of transactions fees for the people running nodes.

1) Messages cost fees, so people would be frugal.... at least, until the fees drop!

2) The blockchain is intended to be shrunk once every few months.  When this is done, all old messages are to be removed.

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March 07, 2014, 05:29:01 AM
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1st video about NXT at the 2014 Texas Bitcoin Conference:

http://prisonorfreedom.com/what-is-nxt-nextcoin-2014-texas-bitcoin-conference/

Enjoy!
Tai Zen

Awesome! Good job

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March 07, 2014, 05:58:51 AM
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actually it is our mysterious donator, he still has 12 mega Smiley
http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=10764010510447896395

Prove positive Emule is natural born liar

 

Nomi, Shan, Adnan, Noshi, Nxt, Adn Khn
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March 07, 2014, 06:11:10 AM
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Hello,Nxters,
BTC38 has updated the discussion,they need help to add Nxt.
Come here and give as more help as possible.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0

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Update 2014.03.07

I'll go on spending time on NXT as it's a bit complex for me. If you have any data related to NXT or XCP, please post them here or on our own forum(prefered, thanks!).

I'll checked the data and post of some other most voted coins tomorrow.(It's deep night in China now.)
Hope all of you who read this post happy.



Email sent to our devs that offered help with Cryptsy.

Alright Thanks!

Don't forget that we have to describe what NXT is in English and Chinese. We have to do that better when we did it with Cryptsy.

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March 07, 2014, 06:20:12 AM
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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 :

THE LIST BELOW INCLUDES ALL NXTers ON NEWCN's LIST OF 500 NXTers WHO HAVE POSTED TO THIS THREAD 9 OR FEWER TIMES AND WHO HAVE NOT APPLIED FOR OR RECEIVED A BALLOT CODE.  IF YOU ARE ON THIS LIST AND YOU WANT TO VOTE, PM ME AND I ***WILL*** SEND YOU A BALLOT CODE.


Code:

zerocom, tillou, stdset, nxtuser, nelisky
markus1000, marcoslopez, jelin1984, extee, dittie
cfrm, bittick, Xtar, X68N, Tompa
Thingamajig, ThePatient, Nyx, Edacra, Dps23
DeadlyEskimo, zakorus, ycm82, tooroth, stereotype
nxt-e.com, noashh, hyunsookmom, hobbster, halabibk
drdops, demols, btcruss, asdlolciterquit, aorith
Xio, X_X_X, N[e]wBie, MtheK, Kaliber1
Istanbul34, HinnomTX, Gaman, wastedbit, sussex
skytaper, shinep, maratmmz, hoax, eXtatiC
canuck, bitfromit, bitbets, arafel71, Stark-Fujikawa
Snard, Kmonk, Jaguar0625, Jackevin, JKBtCn
Gonzo418, CommanderVenus, Boiar, subhead, spud3861
sherrifshenko, pilotbo, naurisdede, mvag, mellorbo
jdebunt, fehen, dulinxu, dawn, cryptohunter
cryptobanks, bitoktlk, bitcool, SpeedDemon13, Rluner
Morguk, Luceat, Lubliana, JohnDoe21, Jcsarokin
GroinCoin, xyz, virtualaddict, techo051, stamen123
slothbag, shoichikun808, schnib12, rmKHT, panhc2014
ojman28, neonemu, nemra, mishan, mikaljan
jari76, hilotime, gobpaul, dudenohair, dave5555
crendore, coloredcoin, boredeo, axxian, alexrussel1980
Xandrexx, Voodah, Sondey10mg, Silv0r, Orrechorre
MrFring, LiveFree, Fastpow, FandangledGizmo, Elokane
CCInvestor, Boing7898, wezelvis, vgo, usafinders
td services, tadakaluri, standards, soho01592, slavo
simpleunit, sava0123, rigel, rajc, podohost
lovebit, loumatrix, larue05, kitkat007, jenya-les12
jchi18, hichman, furball, freedomfighter, ewibit
esse83, datguyian, cxhjmfl, chindit, aan
User500, Trade101, TM, Sparky_eMunie, PiNX
Mogly


LIVE ONGOING VOTE RESULTS:

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


Update:  With 18 hours to go in this election,  I have now distributed 392 ballot access codes so far to nominees, candidates, 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 ), and various PM requesters not included in the above.  I am caught up and have no outstanding PM requests for ballot codes at this time.  

This election is winding down and due to my efforts at Texas Bitcoin Conference I will not be sending any more unsolicited ballot codes.  I believe the numbers indicate that we have hit the law of diminishing returns on sending out additional ballots.  I believe the end results of this election will constitute a fair, honest and successful effort to empanel all three NXT funding committees.

BOTTOM LINE: At this time 237 of the 392 distributed ballot access codes have been used to vote.   There are 155 unutilized (sitting in somebody's PM mailbox) and 108 undistributed (still on my computer) ballot access codes still available.

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March 07, 2014, 06:21:37 AM
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I had a very interesting chat with one of my economist friends. He asked me a question, which I would like to forward to you, as I am very keen to hear what you think about it.

What gives value to Bitcoin? Why would someone buy 1 digital currency for $1000?


He looks at Bitcoin as a type of Ponzi scheme: all people joining Bitcoin after you, make you money.

Your friend must be a true "economist"... What gives value to anything (fiat, gold, stocks, your time)? The fact that someone else is willing to give you something for it.

If all the people joining bitcoin after me are only willing to pay less than I did, they will never make me a dime.

I love "economists" that don't understand the basic principle of market and exchange of value. They're simply brainwashed by government and their "precious" fiat.

But gold is used for manufacturing, so the price of gold NOT only dependent of speculation as the price of Bitcoin is. What can Bitcoin be used except of sending money back and forth?

What gives Fed. Reserve notes value? There is a demand for them. This is a legislated demand in the sense that they are what the government accepts for payment of debt; despite the fact that they are just pieces of paper that have no sustainable market value and their value can be manipulated by forces outside the market, and therefore the use of Fed. Reserve notes is not beneficial to the users of the market.

 What gives Bitcoin (and other cryptos) value? There is a demand for them; Due to the fact that there is a need for a stable decentralized currency whose value is not subject to tampering from forces outside of the market. In short, Bitcoin and other cryptos have value because people want a free market economy, and there is a demand for a currency to facilitate trade in that free market that cannot possibly be filled by traditional fiat currencies; and the value of Bitcoin is based in peoples confidence in it, as a currency for that free market, to fill that need that fiats can't fill.

Where did your friend get his economics training?

The value of Bitcoin is everything but not stable. And it is still depending on fiat as the value of bitcoin is represented in fiat. You can buy an iphone for 1 bitcoin today, as the price of btc is 600 usd. If the price goes to 1200, you pay 0,5 btc. So bitcoin is just another currency depending on usd and eur.
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Last edit: March 07, 2014, 08:30:19 AM by 2Kool4Skewl
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

I received a PM from Domsch asking for assistance in integrating his fiat gateway into NXT's AE.

Here are some pictures of his gateway's interface.







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March 07, 2014, 06:27:03 AM
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GUYS... IT LOOKS LIKE SATOSHI LIKEs TO WEAR HAT!
BCNEXT ALSO LIKES HAT!

I'll eat my hat if in half a year they won't be worth a couple of millions.




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March 07, 2014, 06:32:21 AM
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Don't forget to vote for NXT being added at btc38

Everyone is catching up with us and we will soon be passed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.380
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March 07, 2014, 06:33:14 AM
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I had a very interesting chat with one of my economist friends. He asked me a question, which I would like to forward to you, as I am very keen to hear what you think about it.

What gives value to Bitcoin? Why would someone buy 1 digital currency for $1000?


He looks at Bitcoin as a type of Ponzi scheme: all people joining Bitcoin after you, make you money.

Your friend must be a true "economist"... What gives value to anything (fiat, gold, stocks, your time)? The fact that someone else is willing to give you something for it.

If all the people joining bitcoin after me are only willing to pay less than I did, they will never make me a dime.

I love "economists" that don't understand the basic principle of market and exchange of value. They're simply brainwashed by government and their "precious" fiat.

But gold is used for manufacturing, so the price of gold NOT only dependent of speculation as the price of Bitcoin is. What can Bitcoin be used except of sending money back and forth?

What gives Fed. Reserve notes value? There is a demand for them. This is a legislated demand in the sense that they are what the government accepts for payment of debt; despite the fact that they are just pieces of paper that have no sustainable market value and their value can be manipulated by forces outside the market, and therefore the use of Fed. Reserve notes is not beneficial to the users of the market.

 What gives Bitcoin (and other cryptos) value? There is a demand for them; Due to the fact that there is a need for a stable decentralized currency whose value is not subject to tampering from forces outside of the market. In short, Bitcoin and other cryptos have value because people want a free market economy, and there is a demand for a currency to facilitate trade in that free market that cannot possibly be filled by traditional fiat currencies; and the value of Bitcoin is based in peoples confidence in it, as a currency for that free market, to fill that need that fiats can't fill.

Where did your friend get his economics training?

The value of Bitcoin is everything but not stable. And it is still depending on fiat as the value of bitcoin is represented in fiat. You can buy an iphone for 1 bitcoin today, as the price of btc is 600 usd. If the price goes to 1200, you pay 0,5 btc. So bitcoin is just another currency depending on usd and eur.

The price of Bitcoin can never be stable because you look at stability from the bullshit stability point of view. Fiat imposes and enforces apparant stability due to goverments manipulation. But thw truth is because our economies are ever changing,  growing and shrinking rapidly, you can never reach true stability unless you let the market balance naturally, there are steps, and because bitcoin is still at price discovery step, much to come, and me much comma uses.... I WILL SHUT UP NOW.

Will take me a while to climb up again, But where is a will, there is a way...
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March 07, 2014, 06:36:42 AM
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Don't forget to vote for NXT being added at btc38

Everyone is catching up with us and we will soon be passed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.380

BTC38 already said that they will add NXT.


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March 07, 2014, 06:38:05 AM
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1st video about NXT at the 2014 Texas Bitcoin Conference:

http://prisonorfreedom.com/what-is-nxt-nextcoin-2014-texas-bitcoin-conference/

Enjoy!
Tai Zen

You are the man. Great appearance.
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March 07, 2014, 06:42:00 AM
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Any update about this Decentralized App Store idea:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317607.msg3405569#msg3405569

Any schedule for it's development?

Sepehr, A Cryptocurrency Evangelist
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March 07, 2014, 06:49:26 AM
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Don't forget to vote for NXT being added at btc38

Everyone is catching up with us and we will soon be passed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.380

BTC38 already said that they will add NXT.

Ah okay. Didn't get to read that yet Tongue. Sorry
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March 07, 2014, 07:03:15 AM
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Don't forget to vote for NXT being added at btc38

Everyone is catching up with us and we will soon be passed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.380

BTC38 already said that they will add NXT.

Ah okay. Didn't get to read that yet Tongue. Sorry


No problem.  Thanks for voting.   Smiley


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March 07, 2014, 07:15:38 AM
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not nxt related but hey check out my new thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=505023

Rep Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381041
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