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March 11, 2014, 04:20:44 PM
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Many thanks guys, I'm on it!
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March 11, 2014, 04:26:16 PM
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To wesleyh and/or Come-From-Beyond (most likely the latter)

just my .5 nxt but In my most humble opinion, charging a fee for placing a buy or sell order has the
strong potential to be a deal breaker for many many people who trade.

No other exchange charges a fee for placing an order that may or may not go through and it's common practice for people to use buy and sell orders strategically, such as whales and their psychological maneuver using the order book to intimidate or elicit a hoped for buy or sell reaction. Sure whales can afford the fee but for many this will be a matter of principle and they'll go elsewhere.

Even regular people might put in a somewhat ridiculous limit order, just in case there's a quick spike in price. When the gambit doesn't work and the price moves even further away, you cancel the order. People are going to be pissed getting charged a fee for that.

These kinds of behaviors are important to people who trade.

Also, Ripple (a main competitor) has no fee (or an infinitesimal one) for trading even when the order goes through.

Any way to either eliminate the fee for trades, make them very very tiny (similar to Ripple) or at the very least only
charge the fee when the order goes through?

I am really hoping that this is considered and that it's not another thing that's "impossible" with NXT infrastructure.

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March 11, 2014, 04:26:29 PM
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l8orre,

Thank you for responding.  That Android client is a gem and  yeuye000 released the source code to the community.

That Android client needs to be developed ASAP for Nxt to maximize it's potential.

I mean, right now.  All it really needs is GUI  re-skinned and re-colored and 1 spelling error fixed;
And the code reviewed / updated / security review.

I'm no coder yet.  But I do know my way around computers and networks.

I need a coder's interest to help with that Android client and I can help support the project and put together a proposal for Nxt Infrastructure Committee.

A functional good looking android client would be huge. How does this client actually work? Since we have no local signing yet, I wonder how the client works securely.
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March 11, 2014, 04:27:56 PM
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To wesleyh and/or Come-From-Beyond (most likely the latter)

just my .5 nxt but In my most humble opinion, charging a fee for placing a buy or sell order has the
strong potential to be a deal breaker for many many people who trade.

No other exchange charges a fee for placing an order that may or may not go through and it's common practice for people to use buy and sell orders strategically, such as whales and their psychological maneuver using the order book to intimidate or elicit a hoped for buy or sell reaction. Sure whales can afford the fee but for many this will be a matter of principle and they'll go elsewhere.

Even regular people might put in a somewhat ridiculous limit order, just in case there's a quick spike in price. When the gambit doesn't work and the price moves even further away, you cancel the order. People are going to be pissed getting charged a fee for that.

These kinds of behaviors are important to people who trade.

Also, Ripple (a main competitor) has no fee (or an infinitesimal one) for trading even when the order goes through.

Any way to either eliminate the fee for trades, make them very very tiny (similar to Ripple) or at the very least only
charge the fee when the order goes through?

I am really hoping that this is considered and that it's not another thing that's "impossible" with NXT infrastructure.

I think spam protection is the reason. Spam protection for Nxt is not solved yet, so the fees are in place.
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March 11, 2014, 04:32:11 PM
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l8orre,

Thank you for responding.  That Android client is a gem and  yeuye000 released the source code to the community.

That Android client needs to be developed ASAP for Nxt to maximize it's potential.

I mean, right now.  All it really needs is GUI  re-skinned and re-colored and 1 spelling error fixed;
And the code reviewed / updated / security review.

I'm no coder yet.  But I do know my way around computers and networks.

I need a coder's interest to help with that Android client and I can help support the project and put together a proposal for Nxt Infrastructure Committee.

A functional good looking android client would be huge. How does this client actually work? Since we have no local signing yet, I wonder how the client works securely.

No reason my HTML client couldn't be converted to android / iphone app down the road too. More options Smiley
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March 11, 2014, 04:36:21 PM
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Could someone help me out?

I tried to withdraw from DGEX and they emailed me with:

"As your IP and withdrawal address have changed, we need to verify the ownership of your DGEX account to mitigate hacking cases. Could you please send the NXT account token from one of the following addresses:"

What exactly do I need to do?  How do I "send the NXT account token"?

Click that little key icon next to the lock in NRS...  then input whatever text you like as the website and generate a token.

Send the token to dgex and tell them what you typed in the website field...  they will decode it and see that you are in control of the account...  just make sure you do it from one of the accounts that was in their email.

Wait a sec.  The two account numbers in the email from DGEX aren't mine.  This is my first DGEX withdrawal and I've only ever deposited BTC there before.  What's going on?
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March 11, 2014, 04:39:36 PM
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Someone should take the lead in launching Parallel Blockchain (NXG)  CFB has offered his expertise and help in doing this and it will benefit development of several current projects; NxtCash, X-Chain Transactions, etc...  I don't have the technical know how, but would suggest ChuckOne, Chanc3r, Zahlen.  

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5600243#msg5600243

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March 11, 2014, 04:40:37 PM
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l8orre,

Thank you for responding.  That Android client is a gem and  yeuye000 released the source code to the community.

That Android client needs to be developed ASAP for Nxt to maximize it's potential.

I mean, right now.  All it really needs is GUI  re-skinned and re-colored and 1 spelling error fixed;
And the code reviewed / updated / security review.

I'm no coder yet.  But I do know my way around computers and networks.

I need a coder's interest to help with that Android client and I can help support the project and put together a proposal for Nxt Infrastructure Committee.



Hey NxtMinnow - gotta run, fetch my wife from the train - I'll PM you later,
Cheers,
l8orre




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March 11, 2014, 04:45:20 PM
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Wait a sec.  The two account numbers in the email from DGEX aren't mine.  This is my first DGEX withdrawal and I've only ever deposited BTC there before.  What's going on?

Seems like your account got hacked.
Fortunately, DGEX stopped them with their verification system.

You should say to them that those account are not yours, and change your password

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March 11, 2014, 04:50:52 PM
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To wesleyh and/or Come-From-Beyond (most likely the latter)

just my .5 nxt but In my most humble opinion, charging a fee for placing a buy or sell order has the
strong potential to be a deal breaker for many many people who trade.

No other exchange charges a fee for placing an order that may or may not go through and it's common practice for people to use buy and sell orders strategically, such as whales and their psychological maneuver using the order book to intimidate or elicit a hoped for buy or sell reaction. Sure whales can afford the fee but for many this will be a matter of principle and they'll go elsewhere.

Even regular people might put in a somewhat ridiculous limit order, just in case there's a quick spike in price. When the gambit doesn't work and the price moves even further away, you cancel the order. People are going to be pissed getting charged a fee for that.

These kinds of behaviors are important to people who trade.

Also, Ripple (a main competitor) has no fee (or an infinitesimal one) for trading even when the order goes through.

Any way to either eliminate the fee for trades, make them very very tiny (similar to Ripple) or at the very least only
charge the fee when the order goes through?

I am really hoping that this is considered and that it's not another thing that's "impossible" with NXT infrastructure.
This is why we need to go to .01 NXT, at that price it probably wont be much of an issue. Also, this is why I think overall forging revenues will go UP when we reduce the min tx fee. Elasticity of demand based on price

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March 11, 2014, 05:00:02 PM
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Wait a sec.  The two account numbers in the email from DGEX aren't mine.  This is my first DGEX withdrawal and I've only ever deposited BTC there before.  What's going on?

Seems like your account got hacked.
Fortunately, DGEX stopped them with their verification system.

You should say to them that those account are not yours, and change your password

Yes do this ASAP!
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March 11, 2014, 05:00:08 PM
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To wesleyh and/or Come-From-Beyond (most likely the latter)

just my .5 nxt but In my most humble opinion, charging a fee for placing a buy or sell order has the
strong potential to be a deal breaker for many many people who trade.

No other exchange charges a fee for placing an order that may or may not go through and it's common practice for people to use buy and sell orders strategically, such as whales and their psychological maneuver using the order book to intimidate or elicit a hoped for buy or sell reaction. Sure whales can afford the fee but for many this will be a matter of principle and they'll go elsewhere.

Even regular people might put in a somewhat ridiculous limit order, just in case there's a quick spike in price. When the gambit doesn't work and the price moves even further away, you cancel the order. People are going to be pissed getting charged a fee for that.

These kinds of behaviors are important to people who trade.

Also, Ripple (a main competitor) has no fee (or an infinitesimal one) for trading even when the order goes through.

Any way to either eliminate the fee for trades, make them very very tiny (similar to Ripple) or at the very least only
charge the fee when the order goes through?

I am really hoping that this is considered and that it's not another thing that's "impossible" with NXT infrastructure.

If i am not wrong, the fee is small and it is for anti-spam purpose. Blockchain is not like centralized database and it can not be very big. It is a trade off.
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March 11, 2014, 05:04:15 PM
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A functional good looking android client would be huge. How does this client actually work? Since we have no local signing yet, I wonder how the client works securely.

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March 11, 2014, 05:04:26 PM
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You can review the info here https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,797.0.html

I have had a rock solid experience (zero Force Closes) using this client.  You can select which node you want to use and watch any account.  I think at the end of the day, you are trusting the node you specify to connect to that is running Nxt NRS.  I do not know if SSL is used for the connection to the specified Nxt NRS node, but it should be if it isn't!  At the end of the day; if you are running a light client, you still have to trust someone in your network.  Obviously local signing is preferable to remove that need to trust someone in your network.

l8orre,

Thank you for responding.  That Android client is a gem and  yeuye000 released the source code to the community.

That Android client needs to be developed ASAP for Nxt to maximize it's potential.

I mean, right now.  All it really needs is GUI  re-skinned and re-colored and 1 spelling error fixed;
And the code reviewed / updated / security review.

I'm no coder yet.  But I do know my way around computers and networks.

I need a coder's interest to help with that Android client and I can help support the project and put together a proposal for Nxt Infrastructure Committee.

A functional good looking android client would be huge. How does this client actually work? Since we have no local signing yet, I wonder how the client works securely.
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March 11, 2014, 05:07:22 PM
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Can someone really pound on nodeminer? I was expecting some bugs, a server crash, something.
Maybe I offer some bounty for bugs, but it is so young, it shouldnt be hard to find bugs.
Free nodecoins if you can hack the "mining" algo

James

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March 11, 2014, 05:09:09 PM
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Someone should take the lead in launching Parallel Blockchain (NXG)  CFB has offered his expertise and help in doing this and it will benefit development of several current projects; NxtCash, X-Chain Transactions, etc...  I don't have the technical know how, but would suggest ChuckOne, Chanc3r, Zahlen.  

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5600243#msg5600243

Also, please register at CIYAM.org to follow AT progress and give your input.

FYI:
I asked Ian a question about his site (CIYAM.org). here is Q and A:

Q: Your site (ciyam.org) has been contently crashed and users are not able to either log in or introduce themselves. It seems that the traffic suddenly become too big to handle by the site.


A: There is a bug that I will fix tomorrow that has caused the problem - it is nothing to do with traffic.

The problem is having a user name with spaces (I thought I'd already fixed it but it seems I missed a spot).
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March 11, 2014, 05:11:46 PM
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FORUMS.NXTCRYPTO.ORG users:

Adminius over there is btc24 here.  Seems to have just completely vanished, hit by a bus, something, whatever.  Last login on either site was end of January.  Not responding to any of my PMs on either site.  Im not sure as to how long his equipment is paid up for - what happens if 1 day its just shut off?  So do we wait for that day or do we try to do something now?

This extended absence coupled with the fact that we still have no email password recovery coupled with the fact that we still experience unknown reasons for logouts gives me reason to post here and ask the community what are the thoughts?  I will post this on the forums as a vote.
https://forums.nxtcrypto.org/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=865

If we want to migrate elsewhere, does anyone have any forums hosting they know we can use?  I can change the DNS A record for forums.nxtcrypto.org to be whatever IP address whenever it needs to change.

Community vote.  Or maybe btc24 comes back.

This forum is already functional and quite active:
https://nextcoin.org/index.php

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March 11, 2014, 05:12:16 PM
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I'm waiting for an official sanctioned way by CFB on how to do local signing of transactions.

BCNext was delaying local signing to force ppl to install full nodes. I think we shouldn't wait longer and am going to implement prepareTransaction right after we launch Asset Exchange.

CfB, whats up with that?
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March 11, 2014, 05:37:32 PM
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@wesleyh

Is there no kind of notification,for when users receive a message,or are transferred an asset,and those kind of things?
I miss a notifications tab.
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March 11, 2014, 05:40:18 PM
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*tumble weed rolls by*

I loled.
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