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March 12, 2014, 06:31:56 PM
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Let's call them Nxtcoins so that everybody will stop calling Nxt Nxtcoins

I actually was thinking that we should revisit our reluctance to call NXT by the name "NXTcoin".  My understanding is that BTCNext was the one who specified "NXT" without a "coin" - but he's long gone.  Rebranding to include "NXT" and "NXTcoin" as being associated / identical might be a good thing.  NXT could refer to all the financial services we provide in our clients, using NXTcoin as an internal payment token.  The main reason to do this is so new folks recognize that we ARE a coin.  
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March 12, 2014, 06:34:21 PM
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Nodecoin NxtCoin is the gateway drug to NXT.

Awesomely put. fify  Grin

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March 12, 2014, 06:34:47 PM
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his last words were - we are waiting one week to collect any objections (like when voting code was also sent to Kattywampus, who is also CoinTropolis_NiftyNikel or to PeercoinEnthusiast, who is also CoinTropolis_JustaBitTime) (- but these voted once.)

PeercoinEnthusiast is also CoinTropolis_JustaBitTime?  Huh.  I did not know that.
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March 12, 2014, 06:36:19 PM
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version 0.0.7 [codename] Bond

Right now, you will have to re-enter secretPhrase everytime you launch the software and continue to forge. (with Forge Button)
If you have multiple accounts forging, multiple times re-enter secretPhrase...

Phase II: (suggestions)

Would you want to have one master password (or PIN code) to encrypt and save secretPhrases?

Saving would allow you to forge even after restart with master password (or PIN code). GUI would have to encrypt and save your secretPhrases in database. Encryption will use AES(MD5(masterpassword), secretPhrase). MD5(masterpassword) itself would be saved as Java Preference (is available in Default settings menu)

In addition, Would you want to get account number with one click?

This way, user only sees account number (secretPhrase is secure and auto-generated) and with master password (or PIN code) he can retrieve secretPhrase of that account.

Please make suggestion if you find it not secure

guys, any notes about Phase II?
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March 12, 2014, 06:36:26 PM
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None of the committees have made any public statement???

See how nice it was to have a blabbermouth dictator for two weeks?

Nxt did well during those two weeks. I think our problem has been we needed a dictator until we were ready for the coming out party. Our lord Superman left us for Krypton
to "find himself" and Nxt/Earth has been in disarray every since. Rickyjames dictated us to make committees and it worked. Maybe Superman will return after realizing there
is nothing left of Krypton for him and that his home is on Earth/Nxt. BCNext please tell us what do??? Come back to us!!!!!! Baaaaa Baaaaa

I like this line of thinking.  I think it casts me in the role of Batman.  I'm OK with that - I definitely have a dark side.
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March 12, 2014, 06:39:45 PM
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Let's call them Nxtcoins so that everybody will stop calling Nxt Nxtcoins

I actually was thinking that we should revisit our reluctance to call NXT by the name "NXTcoin".  My understanding is that BTCNext was the one who specified "NXT" without a "coin" - but he's long gone.  Rebranding to include "NXT" and "NXTcoin" as being associated / identical might be a good thing.  NXT could refer to all the financial services we provide in our clients, using NXTcoin as an internal payment token.  The main reason to do this is so new folks recognize that we ARE a coin.  

Whatever we end up calling Nxt is fine as long as we all do it.


BTW. Does rickyjames' situation remind anybody of Emperor Senator Palpatine?

"It is with great reluctance that I have agreed to this calling. I love democracy. I love the Republic. Once this crisis has abated, I will lay down the powers you have given me!"

We all know how that went.
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March 12, 2014, 06:41:50 PM
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Let's call them Nxtcoins so that everybody will stop calling Nxt Nxtcoins

I actually was thinking that we should revisit our reluctance to call NXT by the name "NXTcoin".  My understanding is that BTCNext was the one who specified "NXT" without a "coin" - but he's long gone.  Rebranding to include "NXT" and "NXTcoin" as being associated / identical might be a good thing.  NXT could refer to all the financial services we provide in our clients, using NXTcoin as an internal payment token.  The main reason to do this is so new folks recognize that we ARE a coin.  

Whatever we end up calling Nxt is fine as long as we all do it.


BTW. Does rickyjames' situation remind anybody of Emperor Palpatine?

"It is with great reluctance that I have agreed to this calling. I love democracy. I love the Republic. Once this crisis has abated, I will lay down the powers you have given me!"

We all know how that went.

Unfortunately as I am getting older the bags under my eyes are getting darker and darker just like his.  Hmmmmm.......
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March 12, 2014, 06:43:36 PM
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What's up guys?
I am not a good java programmer at all, but after a short audit of the code I am pretty sure that it is possible to fund your account with as much NXT as you like - out of thin air! If you guys want me to write a line-up on this, I would we willing to do it for a small "contribution towards expenses".
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March 12, 2014, 06:44:37 PM
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For the smart maths people out there

This chart says volumetric expansion coefficient of silver is 58.3 (10-6 m/(m K)) i can only assume they mean m^3 since that is how you would measure volume.

So if i multiply 58.3*0.000001 i get 0.0000583

So silver expands at 0.0000583 meters cubed per meter cubed per kelvin.

Room temperature is about 300 kelvin. The melting point of silver is about 1233 kelvin. So that's a difference of 933 kelvin.

So then i just multiply 0.0000583*933 and get 0.0543939 meters cubed per meter cubed of change, or delta = 0.0543939 m^3/m^3. (i think i did that right)

Ive got to be honest that seems crazy. a 5.5% change in size as it cools? there is no way that can be right.

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March 12, 2014, 06:46:14 PM
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What's up guys?
I am not a good java programmer at all, but after a short audit of the code I am pretty sure that it is possible to fund your account with as much NXT as you like - out of thin air! If you guys want me to write a line-up on this, I would we willing to do it for a small "contribution towards expenses".

That's funny. If you could do it, why do you need people to fund it? Do it and sell them on BTER. There is your "fund"

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March 12, 2014, 06:46:40 PM
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Let's call them Nxtcoins so that everybody will stop calling Nxt Nxtcoins

I actually was thinking that we should revisit our reluctance to call NXT by the name "NXTcoin".  My understanding is that BTCNext was the one who specified "NXT" without a "coin" - but he's long gone.  Rebranding to include "NXT" and "NXTcoin" as being associated / identical might be a good thing.  NXT could refer to all the financial services we provide in our clients, using NXTcoin as an internal payment token.  The main reason to do this is so new folks recognize that we ARE a coin.  

Whatever we end up calling Nxt is fine as long as we all do it.


BTW. Does rickyjames' situation remind anybody of Emperor Palpatine?

"It is with great reluctance that I have agreed to this calling. I love democracy. I love the Republic. Once this crisis has abated, I will lay down the powers you have given me!"

We all know how that went.

Unfortunately as I am getting older the bags under my eyes are getting darker and darker just like his.  Hmmmmm.......

roflmao

A decent trade off if you can make lightning come out of your fingers.
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March 12, 2014, 06:50:22 PM
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I'm thinking of making an ebay style action site that accepts NXT.  Not sure if the coming asset exchange makes this endeavor moot however.  It would be good to have another site that accepts NXT.  Opinions?  Also, since I have little more than motivation and money - any advice on how to find and what sort of programmers to get?

Thanks!

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March 12, 2014, 06:50:33 PM
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On Nodecoin/NXTcoin:

1) Who will buy them? It seems to me that it will follow the mine & dump path, so:
2) It will devalue NXT

PS: Ricky do you have skype? If yes PM me your ID please...
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March 12, 2014, 06:51:05 PM
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What's up guys?
I am not a good java programmer at all, but after a short audit of the code I am pretty sure that it is possible to fund your account with as much NXT as you like - out of thin air! If you guys want me to write a line-up on this, I would we willing to do it for a small "contribution towards expenses".

That's funny. If you could do it, why do you need people to fund it? Do it and sell them on BTER. There is your "fund"

Okay how many nodecoins will this take to do? I have 2000
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March 12, 2014, 06:51:50 PM
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I'm thinking of making an ebay style action site that accepts NXT.  Not sure if the coming asset exchange makes this endeavor moot however.  It would be good to have another site that accepts NXT.  Opinions?  Also, since I have little more than motivation and money - any advice on how to find and what sort of programmers to get?

Thanks!

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   if there is a more appropriate forum for this, please let me know.

it does not make it moot. asset exchange is totally different. though an ebay like service built on the block chain would be awesome.

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March 12, 2014, 06:52:43 PM
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What's up guys?
I am not a good java programmer at all, but after a short audit of the code I am pretty sure that it is possible to fund your account with as much NXT as you like - out of thin air! If you guys want me to write a line-up on this, I would we willing to do it for a small "contribution towards expenses".

That's funny. If you could do it, why do you need people to fund it? Do it and sell them on BTER. There is your "fund"

Okay how many nodecoins will this take to do?

All I would ask for is to fund my new Burberry Trenchcoat  Grin
Why I don't create them and sell them on BTER? Well, being a NXT holder myself I do not want prices to plunge  Grin
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March 12, 2014, 06:55:24 PM
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Can someone send me TestNxt: 11446113085114330181

Thanks!

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March 12, 2014, 06:56:00 PM
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I have compiled and uploaded with *.exe files. hopefully it works on windows... James, maybe you can include compiled versions as well?!

1. Download  http://dropcanvas.com/vo0sr and extract archive
2. open extracted folder and hold SHIFT and right mouse -> select "Open command window here"
3. type
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nodeminer.exe <NXTacct> <passphrase>

NB, you should be running testnet on your system for script to work.

You compiles it under linux and you think it will run under windows?
Without the curl library that won't work anyway.

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March 12, 2014, 06:56:20 PM
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I'm thinking of making an ebay style action site that accepts NXT.  Not sure if the coming asset exchange makes this endeavor moot however.  It would be good to have another site that accepts NXT.  Opinions?  Also, since I have little more than motivation and money - any advice on how to find and what sort of programmers to get?

Thanks!

PS -
   if there is a more appropriate forum for this, please let me know.

it does not make it moot. asset exchange is totally different. though an ebay like service built on the block chain would be awesome.

cfb is working on it as we speak.
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March 12, 2014, 06:58:09 PM
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I'm thinking of making an ebay style action site that accepts NXT.  Not sure if the coming asset exchange makes this endeavor moot however.  It would be good to have another site that accepts NXT.  Opinions?  Also, since I have little more than motivation and money - any advice on how to find and what sort of programmers to get?

Thanks!

PS -
   if there is a more appropriate forum for this, please let me know.

it does not make it moot. asset exchange is totally different. though an ebay like service built on the block chain would be awesome.

cfb is working on it as we speak.

that is awesome! no need to build any fancy features for this into the client though. i hope he doesn't try to do that. all we need is some clear cut syntax that service providers who build services ONTOP of the block chain (probably web based) can know how to interpret. In the client we just need to be able to issue a few specific commands like bid x amount on id number y. im sure cfb knows all this.

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