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March 07, 2014, 02:01:15 PM
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Has somebody thought about the Decentralized App Store written by BCNext:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317607.0 ?

Or could we have decentralized buying and selling of files (with any content)?

How about this:

1. Seller generates a random key and encrypts the file to be sold.
2. Seller stores the file somewhere on the net, and announces what he is selling (either on the blockchain or outside the blockchain).
3. Buyer sends NXT to seller.
4. Seller sends a message to the buyer with a download link and the key generated in step one.
5. Buyer downloads the file and decrypts it.


Would somebody like to work on this for a bounty?


Well, good to have people remembering all the ideas. Could you create a thread for that and tell Damelon to include it to its NXT threads website?
I have start a new thread for NxtAppStore.
We can list all apps of Nxt there for discussion .
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488417.new#new
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Well, I am back from Texas Bitcoin Conference and it was an extremely interesting experience.

Marketing NXT at TBC was a frustrating experience.   Wed night late I went around and put the NXT brochure out on literally 1600 chairs in preparation for the next day.  At noon on Thurs I went around and picked up the unused ones.  We probably only had 100 or so that were kept.  Of course the conference only had around 600 people, far less than expected.  I have made arrangements to ship the rest out to NxtMinnow for San Francisco.  

The exhibitor area was kind of a joke.   Very few tables, very few people went through it.  I was wrong to push for a separate NXT table earlier, it would have been a waste.    

I was on the cryptocoin panel discussion which I think went very well.  The video will be out in a few days and I'll post a link.  There were maybe 30 guys in the audience and on a show of hands probably only 5 had even heard of NXT.

I made a lot of good contacts, including a writer for Bitcoin Magazine with whom I had a very long talk about NXT.  He is going to write an article on us.  This is probably the number one positive thing for NXT that has come out of the conference.

The interest in Etherium in the Bitcoin community is extremely strong.  This is a trend to watch.

People want to hear confident leaders on a stage.  People want to hear confident leaders  on a stage.  People want to hear confident leaders  on a stage. 

The thing that has surprised me most, the biggest insight of all, is how few people care about the technical side of Bitcoin.  Over 95% of the people there view Bitcoin as a social/political phenomenon and wouldn't care if it were powered under the hood by three witches cackling around cauldron of witches' brew.  Talking about the advantages of transparent forging over competitive mining or PoW vs. PoS or trusted gateways or pretty much anything we discuss in this forum is totally irrelevant to them and actually to the future of NXT.

We will only get the attention of the mass community of Bitcoiners if we come up with a marketing theme / campaign that engages people to adopt NXT.  The will not adopt NXT because it is better or technically superior.  They will only adopt NXT if it meets a need of theirs that Bitcoin does not already currently meet.  

This is why Doge is so popular and is even surpassing Bitcoin in many ways.  Doge meets a social need to feel connected to something warm and fuzzy that Bitcoin does not.

I am at a loss to figure out how NXT can pull off a similar viral meme feat.  But we need to figure that out, fast.

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March 07, 2014, 02:05:38 PM
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Newsweek with egg on it's face

http://instagram.com/p/lOkjZbwXb5

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March 07, 2014, 02:13:56 PM
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Well, I am back from Texas Bitcoin Conference and it was an extremely interesting experience.

Marketing NXT at TBC was a frustrating experience.   Wed night late I went around and put the NXT brochure out on literally 1600 chairs in preparation for the next day.  At noon on Thurs I went around and picked up the unused ones.  We probably only had 100 or so that were kept.  Of course the conference only had around 600 people, far less than expected.  I have made arrangements to ship the rest out to NxtMinnow for San Francisco.  

The exhibitor area was kind of a joke.   Very few tables, very few people went through it.  I was wrong to push for a separate NXT table earlier, it would have been a waste.    

I was on the cryptocoin panel discussion which I think went very well.  The video will be out in a few days and I'll post a link.  There were maybe 30 guys in the audience and on a show of hands probably only 5 had even heard of NXT.

I made a lot of good contacts, including a writer for Bitcoin Magazine with whom I had a very long talk about NXT.  He is going to write an article on us.  This is probably the number one positive thing for NXT that has come out of the conference.

The interest in Etherium in the Bitcoin community is extremely strong.  This is a trend to watch.

The thing that has surprised me most, the biggest insight of all, is how few people care about the technical side of Bitcoin.  Over 95% of the people there view Bitcoin as a social/political phenomenon and wouldn't care if it were powered under the hood by three witches cackling around cauldron of witches' brew.  Talking about the advantages of transparent forging over competitive mining or PoW vs. PoS or trusted gateways or pretty much anything we discuss in this forum is totally irrelevant to them and actually to the future of NXT.

We will only get the attention of the mass community of Bitcoiners if we come up with a marketing theme / campaign that engages people to adopt NXT.  The will not adopt NXT because it is better or technically superior.  They will only adopt NXT if it meets a need of theirs that Bitcoin does not already currently meet.  

This is why Doge is so popular and is even surpassing Bitcoin in many ways.  Doge meets a social need to feel connected to something warm and fuzzy that Bitcoin does not.

I am at a loss to figure out how NXT can pull off a similar viral meme feat.  But we need to figure that out, fast.



Thanks RickyJames.

You are right about making NXT popular. We need to brand ourselves.
I will post some techniques how Retail markets are branding their brands like Gstar, Prada etc.

Maybe it can inspire us.

I heard Damelon is also busy to brand NXT.

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March 07, 2014, 02:14:02 PM
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Well, I am back from Texas Bitcoin Conference and it was an extremely interesting experience.

Marketing NXT at TBC was a frustrating experience.   Wed night late I went around and put the NXT brochure out on literally 1600 chairs in preparation for the next day.  At noon on Thurs I went around and picked up the unused ones.  We probably only had 100 or so that were kept.  Of course the conference only had around 600 people, far less than expected.  I have made arrangements to ship the rest out to NxtMinnow for San Francisco.  

The exhibitor area was kind of a joke.   Very few tables, very few people went through it.  I was wrong to push for a separate NXT table earlier, it would have been a waste.    

I was on the cryptocoin panel discussion which I think went very well.  The video will be out in a few days and I'll post a link.  There were maybe 30 guys in the audience and on a show of hands probably only 5 had even heard of NXT.

I made a lot of good contacts, including a writer for Bitcoin Magazine with whom I had a very long talk about NXT.  He is going to write an article on us.  This is probably the number one positive thing for NXT that has come out of the conference.

The interest in Etherium in the Bitcoin community is extremely strong.  This is a trend to watch.

The thing that has surprised me most, the biggest insight of all, is how few people care about the technical side of Bitcoin.  Over 95% of the people there view Bitcoin as a social/political phenomenon and wouldn't care if it were powered under the hood by three witches cackling around cauldron of witches' brew.  Talking about the advantages of transparent forging over competitive mining or PoW vs. PoS or trusted gateways or pretty much anything we discuss in this forum is totally irrelevant to them and actually to the future of NXT.

We will only get the attention of the mass community of Bitcoiners if we come up with a marketing theme / campaign that engages people to adopt NXT.  The will not adopt NXT because it is better or technically superior.  They will only adopt NXT if it meets a need of theirs that Bitcoin does not already currently meet.  

This is why Doge is so popular and is even surpassing Bitcoin in many ways.  Doge meets a social need to feel connected to something warm and fuzzy that Bitcoin does not.

I am at a loss to figure out how NXT can pull off a similar viral meme feat.  But we need to figure that out, fast.



Great work! I do expect a lot of these Bitcoin conferences to be quite dull compared to what a lot of people think.  Mainly tech enthusiasts and business men go there.


Ethereum is going to be a threat really soon, they got their legal issues sorted out now too and is going full on.

Re: DOGE, the problem here is that DOGE was a meme and it was minable. NXT isn't. NXT has to base itself on the technology itself. DOGE is a shitcoin in all aspects except for their community.
I don't think we'll ever get a VIRAL meme going like DOGE did, we have to go about it in A LOT of small steps rather than one big " WOW SO MUCH DOG PICTURE!".

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March 07, 2014, 02:16:22 PM
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2nd video from the 2014 Texas Bitcoin Conference:

http://prisonorfreedom.com/how-to-get-free-nextcoins-nxt-2014-texas-bitcoin-conference/

Enjoy
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March 07, 2014, 02:22:38 PM
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Newsweek with egg on it's face

http://instagram.com/p/lOkjZbwXb5

poor guy
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March 07, 2014, 02:26:56 PM
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Why are ripple stamps worth something?

Basically because they decided to "pay themselves" with them in their "launch" (giving their employees an incentive to try and get people to "speculate" on them).


http://ripplescam.org
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Ripple™: It’s highly misleading and not what you think it is. Ripple is a centralized payment system that allows the transfer of artificially printed tokens that claims to be money, like “USD” or “BTC”. OpenCoin Inc goes to great lengths to camouflage the fact that they have total control over the Ripple network, and calls themselves a distributed payment network.

Could someone frame Nxt into the Ripple Scam stuff?

I try:
Nxt can be a decentralized Ripple.
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March 07, 2014, 02:28:38 PM
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Someone else noticed?  Grin



You are nominated for committee? Or is 48 a magic number?
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March 07, 2014, 02:33:35 PM
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The thing that has surprised me most, the biggest insight of all, is how few people care about the technical side of Bitcoin.  Over 95% of the people there view Bitcoin as a social/political phenomenon and wouldn't care if it were powered under the hood by three witches cackling around cauldron of witches' brew.  Talking about the advantages of transparent forging over competitive mining or PoW vs. PoS or trusted gateways or pretty much anything we discuss in this forum is totally irrelevant to them and actually to the future of NXT.

If that's the case (I'm also very surprised by this), I wonder why is there so much interest in Ethereum then? Their goals are similar to NXT, the (technology) path is just different..

This is why Doge is so popular and is even surpassing Bitcoin in many ways.  Doge meets a social need to feel connected to something warm and fuzzy that Bitcoin does not.

You don't really need to impress Doge's crowd of people - miners interested in memes and pump and dumps, you want to impress people that can actually use the (yet to be implemented) features of Nxt.
Once you have people that can take advantage of the technology and use it for their projects it will naturally attract others. We're just not at this stage yet.

Great work though, the more people now about Nxt the better for its growth.
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March 07, 2014, 02:40:23 PM
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If that's the case (I'm also very surprised by this), I wonder why is there so much interest in Ethereum then? Their goals are similar to NXT, the (technology) path is just different..

Maybe it's because of the story of a teenager with pimples who challenges the financial world with some Turing Slipslop. That story is interesting.
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March 07, 2014, 02:42:55 PM
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2nd video from the 2014 Texas Bitcoin Conference:

http://prisonorfreedom.com/how-to-get-free-nextcoins-nxt-2014-texas-bitcoin-conference/

Enjoy
Tai Zen

Thanks Tai,

Both videos published on wiki also:

http://wiki.nxtcrypto.org/wiki/External_Videos#What_is_NXT_.28Nextcoin.29.3F_-_By_Tai_Zen_.282014_Texas_Bitcoin_Conference.29.2C_Published_on_Mar_6.2C_2014

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We will only get the attention of the mass community of Bitcoiners if we come up with a marketing theme / campaign that engages people to adopt NXT.  The will not adopt NXT because it is better or technically superior.  They will only adopt NXT if it meets a need of theirs that Bitcoin does not already currently meet.


We could focus on the decentralized asset exchange. It is something for selfish, technical interested or financial people.
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March 07, 2014, 02:44:33 PM
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Well, I am back from Texas Bitcoin Conference and it was an extremely interesting experience.

Marketing NXT at TBC was a frustrating experience.   Wed night late I went around and put the NXT brochure out on literally 1600 chairs in preparation for the next day.  At noon on Thurs I went around and picked up the unused ones.  We probably only had 100 or so that were kept.  Of course the conference only had around 600 people, far less than expected.  I have made arrangements to ship the rest out to NxtMinnow for San Francisco.  

The exhibitor area was kind of a joke.   Very few tables, very few people went through it.  I was wrong to push for a separate NXT table earlier, it would have been a waste.    

I was on the cryptocoin panel discussion which I think went very well.  The video will be out in a few days and I'll post a link.  There were maybe 30 guys in the audience and on a show of hands probably only 5 had even heard of NXT.

I made a lot of good contacts, including a writer for Bitcoin Magazine with whom I had a very long talk about NXT.  He is going to write an article on us.  This is probably the number one positive thing for NXT that has come out of the conference.

The interest in Etherium in the Bitcoin community is extremely strong.  This is a trend to watch.

The thing that has surprised me most, the biggest insight of all, is how few people care about the technical side of Bitcoin.  Over 95% of the people there view Bitcoin as a social/political phenomenon and wouldn't care if it were powered under the hood by three witches cackling around cauldron of witches' brew.  Talking about the advantages of transparent forging over competitive mining or PoW vs. PoS or trusted gateways or pretty much anything we discuss in this forum is totally irrelevant to them and actually to the future of NXT.

We will only get the attention of the mass community of Bitcoiners if we come up with a marketing theme / campaign that engages people to adopt NXT.  The will not adopt NXT because it is better or technically superior.  They will only adopt NXT if it meets a need of theirs that Bitcoin does not already currently meet.  

This is why Doge is so popular and is even surpassing Bitcoin in many ways.  Doge meets a social need to feel connected to something warm and fuzzy that Bitcoin does not.

I am at a loss to figure out how NXT can pull off a similar viral meme feat.  But we need to figure that out, fast.



Thank you, rickyjames.

Good to know that we increase the visibility of NXT step by step.

I would like to add that we should have different marketing campaigns and different marketing means for different target groups.

Regarding the PoS over PoW: there we should focus on environment-aware groups and governments.
Regarding the players: NXTopia
Regarding the business people: Asset Exchange.

Etc. etc.

One size does not fit all.
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March 07, 2014, 02:46:18 PM
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Put DOGE on the decentralised exchange and everybody will here about NXT.

The more I think about it, the more I find this idea insanely ingenious!

This should be the very first asset on NXT AE. Cheesy
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March 07, 2014, 02:48:38 PM
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my AE beta release ADD:12081850865691547706

THANKS!
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Well, I am back from Texas Bitcoin Conference and it was an extremely interesting experience.
Thank you very much!
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March 07, 2014, 03:01:43 PM
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test nxt please thank you

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Hi!
My test account: 2973390967879414192
for testing Asset Exchange... Thank.

Sent some TestNxt , enjoy it Wink .
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We will only get the attention of the mass community of Bitcoiners if we come up with a marketing theme / campaign that engages people to adopt NXT.  The will not adopt NXT because it is better or technically superior.  They will only adopt NXT if it meets a need of theirs that Bitcoin does not already currently meet.


We could focus on the decentralized asset exchange. It is something for selfish, technical interested or financial people.

yes, but we need to find a very useful/needed use case for average people to use AE. And it must be a very specific use case, not only some theoretical examples. The average people doesn't care that it could sell its stocks using AE if it would be a company.

The dialog should be like this:
We: With NXT and its AE you can do <some specific, really useful stuff in the daily life>, bam!
People: Really? I can do that with NXT? How can I get some NXT?

The other possibility is to find use cases for businesses that attracts their customers to use NXT.

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March 07, 2014, 03:09:13 PM
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http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=10099366728382057782

NXT distributer?
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