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March 12, 2014, 02:05:56 PM
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It's coming along well! While we're waiting for the NRS core to 'catch up' on some important features, two key members have mapped out a large chunk of the game logic. Another member has met an artist to sketch out some core visual themes, and another member has cooked up some sound design elements. Most importantly, we have another member that keeps the dreamers (right side) and geeks (left side) in check and moving along during our IRC meetups :: gavel! ::

Our strengths, deficits and quirks complement each other nicely, more than a group of RPG/crypto nerds could hope for. I've been the weakest link thus far, with the my job taking me out of the picture due to the US east coast polar vortex bullshit, wedding planning, and my laptop being in stasis for a solid 4 days. That's easing up now and I'm finally caught up with the most recent 50-60 pages. All of the parallel/slave talk has been really, really good news.

My hope is we will have a teaser page of sorts to post when the clock strikes 13:00 GMT on that bright cold day in April. We're getting together again this Thursday so I might have more concrete news by this weekend.

Really great! Can't wait the bright cold day  Grin

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March 12, 2014, 02:07:15 PM
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Hi guys,

This is Nodecoin, that James has developed. We need to test it, but I have no idea how I should make it work on Windows:

It is for testnet the following is how to get it compiled and running from command line

git clone https://github.com/jl777/multigateway
cd multigateway
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh
./nodeminer <NXTacct> <passphrase>

I cloned it to my drive, but what now?
Any suggestions?

I got it up and running it seems, so uh.....I'm testing?

Pretty impressive actually considering I'm a complete dipshit in Linux.

Edit: It works, I have Node Coins in my Assets Cheesy
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March 12, 2014, 02:14:46 PM
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@Wesley

On the dashboard...can't we have the choice of recent trades instead of recent transactions/recent blocks?

Or am I not aware of this option.


Would be nice, indeed. Recent blocks is boring for majority.
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March 12, 2014, 02:27:07 PM
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Hi guys,

This is Nodecoin, that James has developed. We need to test it, but I have no idea how I should make it work on Windows:

It is for testnet the following is how to get it compiled and running from command line

git clone https://github.com/jl777/multigateway
cd multigateway
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh
./nodeminer <NXTacct> <passphrase>

I cloned it to my drive, but what now?
Any suggestions?

I got it up and running it seems, so uh.....I'm testing?

Pretty impressive actually considering I'm a complete dipshit in Linux.

Edit: It works, I have Node Coins in my Assets Cheesy


Works for me too - got nodecoin in my assets also!


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# Congratulations James!!!!!
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Question: It appears ok, because I have nodecoin in my account - are the complaints about startForging to be ignored?

Should I set the nxt.conf to enforce POST=False  ?

azure@boxfish:~/workbench/nxtDev/gateway/nodecoin/multigateway$ ./nodeminer 1738404304940813414 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Get gateway.0 deposit address for 1738404304940813414 and set withdraw address to
CMD.(http://localhost:6876/nxt?requestType=sendMessage&secretPhrase=iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii&recipient=18232225178877143084&message=edfedada67000000000000000100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000031373338343034333034393430383133343134&deadline=1440&fee=1) -> {"errorCode":1,"errorDescription":"This request is only accepted using POST!"} txid.(null)

getState.({"lastBlock":"6764349773511589675","numberOfAliases":61363,"lastBlockchainFeeder":"162.217.203.160","numberOfPeers":184,"numberOfBlocks":83720,"totalMemory":546308096,"numberOfUnlockedAccounts":0,"freeMemory":201602280,"maxMemory":954728448,"numberOfTransactions":150711,"version":"0.8.7","numberOfOrders":6156,"numberOfVotes":0,"totalEffectiveBalance":99970705600,"numberOfTrades":273,"time":9339549,"availableProcessors":4,"numberOfAssets":77,"numberOfPolls":11,"cumulativeDifficulty":"2332549719194328","numberOfAccounts":25197})

NEW block.(6764349773511589675) vs lastblock.()

issue_startForging.({"errorCode":1,"errorDescription":"This request is only accepted using POST!"})

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March 12, 2014, 02:27:59 PM
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Works for me too - got nodecoin in my assets also!


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Now try to trick it, hack it, destroy it.
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March 12, 2014, 02:31:34 PM
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Works for me too - got nodecoin in my assets also!


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Now try to trick it, hack it, destroy it.

But how to get it up and running on Windows?
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March 12, 2014, 02:32:48 PM
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Hi guys,

This is Nodecoin, that James has developed. We need to test it, but I have no idea how I should make it work on Windows:

It is for testnet the following is how to get it compiled and running from command line

git clone https://github.com/jl777/multigateway
cd multigateway
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh
./nodeminer <NXTacct> <passphrase>

I cloned it to my drive, but what now?
Any suggestions?

You run it on the same machine as NRS and based on the work your NRS instance does it creates node coins under that account on AE.
I'm running it on all 4 testnxt nodes - generating lots of node coins Smiley

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March 12, 2014, 02:33:49 PM
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I'm not even running it and I'm getting those assets??..

Hi guys,

This is Nodecoin, that James has developed. We need to test it, but I have no idea how I should make it work on Windows:

It is for testnet the following is how to get it compiled and running from command line

git clone https://github.com/jl777/multigateway
cd multigateway
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh
./nodeminer <NXTacct> <passphrase>

I cloned it to my drive, but what now?
Any suggestions?

You run it on the same machine as NRS and based on the work your NRS instance does it creates node coins under that account on AE.
I'm running it on all 4 testnxt nodes - generating lots of node coins Smiley
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March 12, 2014, 02:35:17 PM
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Refreshing the browser is the same as logging out, I guess I could add a session storage thingie so that it auto-logs in again? It would just be your account ID and auto-log in again on refresh. (And also if you open a new tab and go to the site). When you close the browser completely and re-open you would have to log in again.

People, you want this feature?

Why does Wesley's client log you out when you refresh the browser?


Perhaps make it an option in settings, I for one would not want it for security reasons.

An option would be good...it just sucks having to input the passphase over and over again....refreshing the browser is an ingrained habit for many people.

2nd Point....Is it for security reason why we have to input our passphase every time we BUY & SELL an assets?

i dont think a regular user would be buying and selling that often, plus having a password once youre logged in prevents someone taking control of your logged in account and doing evilbob shit. send, sell, buy are all restricted.


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March 12, 2014, 02:36:02 PM
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Works for me too - got nodecoin in my assets also!


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Now try to trick it, hack it, destroy it.

But how to get it up and running on Windows?

sorry - this kind of thing is difficult to explain gently ... you know, about the Windows 'Operating System' ??


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March 12, 2014, 02:40:58 PM
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Given that hacking a wallet file has the additional step of getting a copy of the wallet file, by how many bits of entropy should the password of the wallet file be protected?
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March 12, 2014, 02:41:31 PM
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Works for me too - got nodecoin in my assets also!


#
# Congratulations James!!!!!
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Now try to trick it, hack it, destroy it.

But how to get it up and running on Windows?

I spun up a Linux mint virtual machine in Hyper-V in about 5 minutes.

Easy as pie if you're on Windows 8
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March 12, 2014, 02:42:13 PM
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I'm not even running it and I'm getting those assets??..

Hi guys,

This is Nodecoin, that James has developed. We need to test it, but I have no idea how I should make it work on Windows:

It is for testnet the following is how to get it compiled and running from command line

git clone https://github.com/jl777/multigateway
cd multigateway
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh
./nodeminer <NXTacct> <passphrase>

I cloned it to my drive, but what now?
Any suggestions?

You run it on the same machine as NRS and based on the work your NRS instance does it creates node coins under that account on AE.
I'm running it on all 4 testnxt nodes - generating lots of node coins Smiley

That's because the network knows you are 1337. Roll with it.
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March 12, 2014, 02:44:47 PM
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do i need testNXT in my account to make nodecoins?

I'm empty, please send some test to

15265031083387211287

thanks

or it seems not. got like 2.46 so far. man this is too much!

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March 12, 2014, 02:57:45 PM
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do i need testNXT in my account to make nodecoins?

I'm empty, please send some test to

15265031083387211287

thanks

or it seems not. got like 2.46 so far. man this is too much!

how do i test nodecoins?

set it up in terminal like shown here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5659796#msg5659796

use a test account number and pass

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March 12, 2014, 03:02:09 PM
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I presume this is my nodecoin output?

1 shares, current 0.00000000 3.86120184 nodecoins

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March 12, 2014, 03:03:50 PM
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do i need testNXT in my account to make nodecoins?

I'm empty, please send some test to

15265031083387211287

thanks

or it seems not. got like 2.46 so far. man this is too much!

how do i test nodecoins?

set it up in terminal like shown here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5659796#msg5659796

use a test account number and pass

I run Wesleyh NxtWallet for windows and I don't need to nothing special to earn nodecoins. Already earned around 2000 nodecoins and sold 900 of them.
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March 12, 2014, 03:04:56 PM
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Feature request @ wesleyh

Could you implement a warning for the following case, maybe similar to the "Your secret phrase is less than 35 characters long." warning?

I am a new user, open an account, buy some NXT at an exchange and transfer it to my account for cold storage.
My account is now only secured with 64bits (my visible-ID), because I don't know about public keys.

So if your own account doesn't have a public ID, something like this is displayed upon each login: "Your has never had an outgoing transaction. This impacts security. To secure your account, please initiate at least 1 outgoing transaction."

What do you think?

Fixed, please try.

First login: (shown on dashboard)



Once it's funded, but no outgoing transactions:

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March 12, 2014, 03:06:03 PM
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Good morning Nxt community! I mentioned this briefly yesterday as a use case concept.  Today, I have it all set up and working.  I am using a Yubikey Nano with a 64 character stored passphrase (configuration settings saved).  To trade and login to wesleyh web client, I (copy) control C from keepass the first part of the passphrase, then (paste) Control V into password box; then long press (3 seconds) the Yubikey Nano so it enters the Second Slot Stored Static part of the passphrase.

After the first part of the passphrase is copied to the clipboard, it takes only three keypresses to enter Nxt testnet and three more to place an order, etc. on Nxt Asset Exchange. The is no fumbling typing in a monster passphrase, just three keypresses needed!  Smiley

Refreshing the browser is the same as logging out, I guess I could add a session storage thingie so that it auto-logs in again? It would just be your account ID and auto-log in again on refresh. (And also if you open a new tab and go to the site). When you close the browser completely and re-open you would have to log in again.

People, you want this feature?

Why does Wesley's client log you out when you refresh the browser?


Perhaps make it an option in settings, I for one would not want it for security reasons.

An option would be good...it just sucks having to input the passphase over and over again....refreshing the browser is an ingrained habit for many people.

2nd Point....Is it for security reason why we have to input our passphase every time we BUY & SELL an assets?

i dont think a regular user would be buying and selling that often, plus having a password once youre logged in prevents someone taking control of your logged in account and doing evilbob shit. send, sell, buy are all restricted.


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March 12, 2014, 03:06:38 PM
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CFB, you said $ 1 short-term goals when to go to it? Huh Cry Cry Cry
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