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March 09, 2014, 06:45:49 PM
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the robots do it Cheesy constantly, all Nxt network aswell as Bitcoin's is under constant attack of the guys who own billions of accounts with known passwords/private keys. Their scripts are watching them and they automatically transfer all infoming transfers to their accounts

one of them is here: http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=1413811113623034318

this acc is "owned" by 53 people who were stealing from it: http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=3791936988034107349


These kind of attacks are scripted. You take a large list of well-known, common passwords, calculate the NXT account numbers for these and then simply constantly look for these account numbers in the new transactions in the blockchains. This should actually take 1 or 2 seconds, not 54.

Oh well, that makes sense...

I will revert my opinion then, Sorry!
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March 09, 2014, 06:50:15 PM
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I just think people should stop obsessing over these stakeholders and what they are doing and get busy doing whatever you can do to contribute. Far too much sour grapes about this in my opinion. NXT are still only pennies each. If you buy some now and it goes up to $1 that's quite a profit. If it goes up to $5 then one day people will hassle you about why you're not giving away money so they too can get in on the gravy train they didn't buy a ticket for.  

Agreed - and I don't think anyone is actually going to "convince" the anonymous founders to ever "give up their hoards" as IMO their goal wasn't to "get rich" at all.

I literally have millions of NXT for bounties, but my problem is that there are so few who are willing to do the work...

Very confused as to people complaining about lack of founder support. They won the lottery and dont have to follow this thread or any thread. Still, they are very aware of their responsibilities and are supporting NXT, if not directly, indirectly.

Even by just holding the NXT as long as they are forging, they protect the network from attack.

So, all of you who are complaining about lack of founder support or whatever, volunteer for one of my many projects. I had so few people who stepped up that I decided it was much more efficient to just do it myself than spend time convincing people they should do it.

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March 09, 2014, 06:51:14 PM
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Almost all VPS nodes in hands of two people

BS

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March 09, 2014, 06:53:08 PM
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does any one have a link to the mastercoin exchange and wmasthere to get free/test mastercoins,  i just want to compare it to nxt.. if the nxt asset exchange is far better then the mastercoin one i wouldnt be too worried about them gettin theirs out first...

Try the google  Smiley


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March 09, 2014, 06:54:36 PM
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Gents,

Someone just stole money from a Twitter user;

This is what he is saying;

"2 days ago i set it up and withdrew my dgex NXT into my account number 2541298766073278713.

But today i open my client but i cannot access my old account, but instead directed to 18170715140588846266. Please help!"

I looked a bit in the blockchain explorer. I see that account 10715382765594435905 has stole the money.

What can we do for the victim? He is asking me to help.

If I am not mistaken, the Thiefs account number is Bters account number. I transferred some NXT from a Bter account to my NXT wallet several weeks ago and the account number he is saying stole his NXT is the same as the one that sent NXT to my wallet.

 I triple checked. It is the same account that transferred funds to my wallet when I transferred from Bter that he says stole his NXT.

Hope that helps.
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March 09, 2014, 06:58:18 PM
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OMG his bter account stole his NXT. Crazy world. Wink

to all newbies: please use a long password until our client has a password generator included. thanks.
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March 09, 2014, 06:58:36 PM
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Asset Exchange is so great I just bought one pair of (.)(.), only 100 testNXT each. Go there, six more are in Sell Orders.
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March 09, 2014, 06:59:05 PM
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Gents,

Someone just stole money from a Twitter user;

This is what he is saying;

"2 days ago i set it up and withdrew my dgex NXT into my account number 2541298766073278713.

But today i open my client but i cannot access my old account, but instead directed to 18170715140588846266. Please help!"

I looked a bit in the blockchain explorer. I see that account 10715382765594435905 has stole the money.

What can we do for the victim? He is asking me to help.

If I am not mistaken, the Thiefs account number is Bters account number. I transferred some NXT from a Bter account to my NXT wallet several weeks ago and the account number he is saying stole his NXT is the same as the one that sent NXT to my wallet.

 I triple checked. It is the same account that transferred funds to my wallet when I transferred from Bter that he says stole his NXT.

Hope that helps.

This is getting stranger  Huh There is a thief working at Bter?

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March 09, 2014, 07:00:17 PM
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Can someone explain to me how alternate currencies would benefit from this NXT integration?

The most obvious benefit is you get the Nxt *team* behind you (if you *clone* then you are *on your own*).

Also we could make a Nxt PC (parallel chain) *generator app* so that creating your own currency could be as easy as pointing and clicking.

Thanks.  I see some benefit in being included with Nxt team (and as NRS plug-in or config option).  But, is there more potential?

Say we have a Next-High-Speed (NHS) chain and a ChinaNXT chain.
* Assume these are both new Proof-of-Stake and similar to NXT in function, but very different in distribution.
* Distribution is limited, and only to the nodes which can guarantee TF, so this is where full TF is implemented.

Is the following possible?
- Could someone send a 'High Speed' NXT transaction (regular NXT) to that chain for verification. Later is sent back to main 'NXT transfer' chain?
- Would transaction fees be in NXT?  (yes, plural.  Would cross chains, so assume multiple transactions and higher cost for the service).


automated gateway is planned on being limited to NXT. All real world utility requires a gateway to interact with the real world

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March 09, 2014, 07:01:20 PM
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Asset Exchange is so great I just bought one pair of (.)(.), only 100 testNXT each. Go there, six more are in Sell Orders.

I have a long position on your assets Shocked
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March 09, 2014, 07:01:53 PM
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This is getting stranger  Huh There is a thief working at Bter?

No, relax Grin
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March 09, 2014, 07:02:19 PM
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Asset Exchange is so great I just bought one pair of (.)(.), only 100 testNXT each. Go there, six more are in Sell Orders.

Do these come in pairs or a piece?

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March 09, 2014, 07:02:30 PM
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If I am not mistaken
you are mistaken

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March 09, 2014, 07:08:32 PM
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If I am not mistaken
you are mistaken

I do know for sure that they are the same account numbers. There is no mistake in that.
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March 09, 2014, 07:08:48 PM
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Dear people,

In the light of all doubts and frustration, I want to give a view from the other side.

Today, I had a follow-up meeting with the co-owner of the following projects, which I have already posted before:

https://trackprotect.com
http://www.soundframework.com/
http://www.rhosmovement.com/

I was introduced to this person a few days ago and he we had some exploratory talks.

In today's talks, we discovered that what Nxt provides with its framework is exactly what he wants from a digital asset system.

Talks are going well, and all involved are satisfied.

This investor does NOT care about the technical side: he has people for that.
He does NOT care to explain to his users how the software works, just THAT it works.
He also does NOT care about the doubt of others: he cares about what hé sees as the potential.

We are four months old. We have an amazing potential: not just as a "coin", bit as a group of talented people who can get things done.

If you want to buy into Emule's playing on your fears, you can. He's very good at that, and a skilled thermometer of where the communities' fears are: that we actually have jack shit, that we will fail, that all your investments will be worthless, that we will be taken down by hoarders, that we will be left standing out in the cold and laughed at.

These are all fears, and people like him are extremely skillful at playing on that. As said: feel free to agree with him. All things he says MAY come to pass. Let's be honest about that. MAY!

I, however, am bolstered once more by a real investor, with a project worth millions of euros and five years of development and a working system, who after only two days and talks with me and some other big Nxt people (developers ánd stakeholder) and who already runs a business, and who thinks what we have is both promising and useful and wants to use it!

I choose to go with that, and also keep in mind that we are young and still very much a developing system.

We have people testing and developing, and that comes with delays and changes of plan when things don't work out the way we thought they would.
NOTHING ever does!

We will be having another talk on Wednesday. I will keep you up to date.

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March 09, 2014, 07:09:18 PM
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This is getting stranger  Huh There is a thief working at Bter?

No, relax Grin

Alright,

I Talked to @onemanatatime.

He is saying that he wasn't redirected to another account. It was a misunderstanding.

This is his account;
http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=2541298766073278713

Account of thief;
http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=10715382765594435905

He said he used 8 characters as a password.

This is his Cryptsy account;
3706829054823951351

If you guys can lessen his pain it would be great. We have lost faith of some users because of his tweets.
But if we show him how great our community is. He will show his love to us again.

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March 09, 2014, 07:09:28 PM
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Asset Exchange is so great I just bought one pair of (.)(.), only 100 testNXT each. Go there, six more are in Sell Orders.

Do these come in pairs or a piece?

I didn't checked yet. For sure I bought two. In worst scenario, I will own 4 Cheesy.
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March 09, 2014, 07:09:41 PM
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If I am not mistaken
you are mistaken

I do know for sure that they are the same account numbers. There is no mistake in that.

10715382765594435905 is bter.

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March 09, 2014, 07:09:57 PM
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Instant Transactions can't work without TF (at least part of its functions), so I'm going to add some TF features. I've already added API that lets to get list of next forgers. Next step is adding a special type of transaction that announces IPs for direct communication with the forgers (to get blocks, to send transactions).
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This is the account that you can get in by entering no password at all (in NRS)
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