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March 17, 2014, 05:11:28 PM
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I've released a early preview of the service we've been building the last weeks.

The preview is on TESTNET only, so all data you see apart from market overview are from the TESTNET. It might prove useful to those testing the network.

The full version that runs on the main network will be released in a few days, barring bugs/issues.

In the meantime, you'll find the following:

* Live market data with candlesticks, averaged global NXT/USD/EUR price and live calculator.

TESTNET only:

* Advanced block explorer (including messages, aliases, assets)
* Distribution charts
* Charts and more charts.

All data are always up-to-date to the latest block.

http://testnet.nextblocks.info

Comments and suggestions are welcome.

Coming soon: Asset-specific candlesticks and market data, and trustless wallet service a-la blockchain.info.

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March 17, 2014, 05:16:33 PM
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Emule is OUR troll. He is a part of the NXT odyssey !!! In the history books about the begin, there were BCNext (Zeus) and all other gods. Emule is Loki.

Come on, without Emule the huge NXTtalk of 2400 pages is not the same. I like when he write, it's like a little bird in my grey life.

Emule is great. But he is not Loki smart. And THAT is a shame!

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March 17, 2014, 05:20:02 PM
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I've released a early preview of the service we've been building the last weeks.

The preview is on TESTNET only, so all data you see apart from market overview are from the TESTNET. It might prove useful to those testing the network.

The full version that runs on the main network will be released in a few days, barring bugs/issues.

In the meantime, you'll find the following:

* Live market data with candlesticks, averaged global NXT/USD/EUR price and live calculator.

TESTNET only:

* Advanced block explorer (including messages, aliases, assets)
* Distribution charts
* Charts and more charts.

All data are always up-to-date to the latest block.

http://testnet.nextblocks.info

Comments and suggestions are welcome.

Coming soon: Asset-specific candlesticks and market data, and trustless wallet service a-la blockchain.info.

+1

What about individual profiles to see an overview, summarizes, nice graphics and stats about AE regarding one Nxt account? Would be the to-go place for traders to keep track of activities.

Somebody should do this immediately!
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March 17, 2014, 05:20:47 PM
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EDIT: If a company wants to sell stock (assets) created in the AE, then issue more stock (assets) later, and then again, and again, they can as long as the company is transparent about their actions. Then the market can decide whether the dilution in ownership is worth the potential upside the company may have from deploying the funds acquired through additional asset issuance. That example is a little like "fractional reserve" but the investors have a choice and full knowledge available to them so they can participate after completing due diligence.

I think the AE is designed so that you CAN NOT issue more under the same asset name. You could of course issue fractional shares as a separate asset, like Widget B shares, tradable for 100/1 of Widget A shares

But then so could a scammer...

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March 17, 2014, 05:22:58 PM
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I've released a early preview of the service we've been building the last weeks.

The preview is on TESTNET only, so all data you see apart from market overview are from the TESTNET. It might prove useful to those testing the network.

The full version that runs on the main network will be released in a few days, barring bugs/issues.

In the meantime, you'll find the following:

* Live market data with candlesticks, averaged global NXT/USD/EUR price and live calculator.

TESTNET only:

* Advanced block explorer (including messages, aliases, assets)
* Distribution charts
* Charts and more charts.

All data are always up-to-date to the latest block.

http://testnet.nextblocks.info

Comments and suggestions are welcome.

Coming soon: Asset-specific candlesticks and market data, and trustless wallet service a-la blockchain.info.

+1

What about individual profiles to see an overview, nice graphics and some stats about AE regarding one Nxt account? Would be the to-go place for traders to keep track of activities.

Somebody should do this immediately!

On the (huge) TODO list :-) AE can have so many features, it is a category on it's own.

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March 17, 2014, 05:24:37 PM
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How to load admin.html on 0.8.10?
ip:7875/admin.html gives a 404 error.  

Worked on 0.7.4

ip:7876



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March 17, 2014, 05:27:25 PM
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antanst that is fantastic! Candlestick charts in the AE (coming soon) for all assets!

Quoting bitcoinpaul, "What about individual profiles to see an overview, summarizes, nice graphics and stats about AE regarding one Nxt account? Would be the to-go place for traders to keep track of activities.

Somebody should do this immediately!"

antanst, These features are next on your todo list, correct?
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March 17, 2014, 05:28:59 PM
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Do we need some new APIs for this? Grin
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March 17, 2014, 05:33:42 PM
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antanst that is fantastic! Candlestick charts in the AE (coming soon) for all assets!

Quoting bitcoinpaul, "What about individual profiles to see an overview, summarizes, nice graphics and stats about AE regarding one Nxt account? Would be the to-go place for traders to keep track of activities.

Somebody should do this immediately!"

antanst, These features are next on your todo list, correct?

Correct.

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March 17, 2014, 05:34:28 PM
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Offer to the Community

I am a stakeholder and contributor here who has been following intently and am intimately familiar with what sems to be the needs and desires of this community.

I also happen to be a professional "head hunter" with a registered business. Aviston Technical Services, Inc located in Franklin Park, IL
I have been recruiting for over 10 years. I've owned my own recruiting company for over a year now. You can view my linkedin profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/avistontech my companies website (which is kind of basic and not something I focus on) is at http://avistontech.com

I have not been able to help noticing that this community seems to be in dire need of Java Developers, which in my experience are very very difficult to find and place. They are one of the most in demand type of programmers there are and companies pay people like me a premium to find them. If you can find a good Java programmer to work with you it's almost a guaranteed placement as long as you market them around to the right companies.

Most of my experience as a Recruiter has been in filling Technical Positions in the Mfg. industry such as Maintenance Technician, Q.A Managers, Production Managers, etc for Foods, Plastics & Chemical Mfg companies. I have successfully recruited Programmers but mainly these are Control engineers who are able to program Programmable Logic Controllers.

However considering my knowledge w/ NXT and BTC and also considering the fact that I have done some programming myself (mostly C, Javascript and PHP) I think if I had some good details regarding the specific needs for these roles that i could be successful in recruiting them.

Which leads me to the question of whether the community here might not be interested in enlisting the services of someone such as myself to help locate a good Java developer to continue this project when C.F.B departs.

My services are offered on a contingency basis, meaning it's an all or nothing proposition to my clients, either I fill the position and collect my "bounty", which is typically 25% of annual base salary or I don't and I get 0, zip, nada for my efforts. I can offer better rates for retained services.

I have a careerbuilder account and can post an ad for the position (this costs $419 to put up yourself) and also go into the database and seek out candidates with the required skills for the position and contact them directly. I typically spend many hours talking in great detail with each candidate, probing for weaknesses, making sure it's the right fit and is something the candidate would be excited to be hired for. I then present the candidates for interview and help coordinate that as well. I also generally offer a free replacement guarantee, typically 60 days,  to ensure the new hire transitions and sticks with their new role and the company isn't left out of a large sum for new hires that don't work out. . I would be open to receiving my commission completely in NXT, which could also be something of a historical event (a recruiting company who accepts NXT) and perhaps a blurb could be added to the marketing literature.

I cannot offer my services for free as it is very time consuming and it is what I do for a living. I could consider offering an attractive rate, perhaps 20% of annual base instead of my usual 25% since I am invested in NXT and believe in the product very much.

So I thought I'd throw that out there. If it's not something the community is interested in no hard feelings. I do very well doing what I do and it's not something I need, in fact I'd have to clear my plate a little to take it on, but I have been putting some thought into getting into this crypto space since it's something I am very passionate about and know a lot about. I recently made some contacts with the developers at WPCS (btxtrader.com) and they have been considering enlisting my services in return for my being compensated in BTC.

If this is something the community would be interested I'd be happy to talk about it in more detail with someone who could authorize such an action.

To those who have bad perceptions of the recruiting industry; I agree with you. There are a lot of crappy ones out there who do nothing more than throw resumes at the wall hoping something sticks and who don't know anything more about the jobs they work on beyond knowing a few buzzwords. I am not like those recruiters. I am very knowledgeable about any position I work with and I work very hard to get it right and find the perfect win/win situation. I have a reputation to uphold and thrive on repeat business with my clients.

I don't like to put my recommendations on my linkedin profile (because my competitors will know that company uses recruiters) but I do have one up there from the HR Manager at Nation Pizza Products in Schaumburg, IL that says:

Brian has presented excellent candidates over the years for '"tough to fill positions". He's always extremely professional, honest, and trustworthy.
October 27, 2012, Lori was Brian's client

I'm also a 6 year veteran of reddit and go by the same username there as I do here. Just in case anyone wants to look into my history to make sure I'm legit. I generally keep these two lives separate so pardon any non-businesslike discussions I might have gotten into on reddit over the years.

That is all. Just thought I'd throw it out there. Could be fun and it could be successful.


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March 17, 2014, 05:40:04 PM
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That's awesome!

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March 17, 2014, 05:54:34 PM
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Wesleyh,

When will the Mac client be updateable? I know you're concentrating on the whiz bang wallet, but the original client is still at 0.8.8.

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also, someone said something a few pages upstream:

CfB's mmorpg is a separate project from Nxtopia... unaffiliated and unrelated. Although CfB's expertise would be welcomed. Smiley

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antanst: beautiful work!
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March 17, 2014, 06:03:19 PM
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Offer to the Community

I am a stakeholder and contributor here who has been following intently and am intimately familiar with what sems to be the needs and desires of this community.

I also happen to be a professional "head hunter" with a registered business. Aviston Technical Services, Inc located in Franklin Park, IL
I have been recruiting for over 10 years. I've owned my own recruiting company for over a year now. You can view my linkedin profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/avistontech my companies website (which is kind of basic and not something I focus on) is at http://avistontech.com

I have not been able to help noticing that this community seems to be in dire need of Java Developers, which in my experience are very very difficult to find and place. They are one of the most in demand type of programmers there are and companies pay people like me a premium to find them. If you can find a good Java programmer to work with you it's almost a guaranteed placement as long as you market them around to the right companies.

Most of my experience as a Recruiter has been in filling Technical Positions in the Mfg. industry such as Maintenance Technician, Q.A Managers, Production Managers, etc for Foods, Plastics & Chemical Mfg companies. I have successfully recruited Programmers but mainly these are Control engineers who are able to program Programmable Logic Controllers.

However considering my knowledge w/ NXT and BTC and also considering the fact that I have done some programming myself (mostly C, Javascript and PHP) I think if I had some good details regarding the specific needs for these roles that i could be successful in recruiting them.

Which leads me to the question of whether the community here might not be interested in enlisting the services of someone such as myself to help locate a good Java developer to continue this project when C.F.B departs.

My services are offered on a contingency basis, meaning it's an all or nothing proposition to my clients, either I fill the position and collect my "bounty", which is typically 25% of annual base salary or I don't and I get 0, zip, nada for my efforts. I can offer better rates for retained services.

I have a careerbuilder account and can post an ad for the position (this costs $419 to put up yourself) and also go into the database and seek out candidates with the required skills for the position and contact them directly. I typically spend many hours talking in great detail with each candidate, probing for weaknesses, making sure it's the right fit and is something the candidate would be excited to be hired for. I then present the candidates for interview and help coordinate that as well. I also generally offer a free replacement guarantee, typically 60 days,  to ensure the new hire transitions and sticks with their new role and the company isn't left out of a large sum for new hires that don't work out. . I would be open to receiving my commission completely in NXT, which could also be something of a historical event (a recruiting company who accepts NXT) and perhaps a blurb could be added to the marketing literature.

I cannot offer my services for free as it is very time consuming and it is what I do for a living. I could consider offering an attractive rate, perhaps 20% of annual base instead of my usual 25% since I am invested in NXT and believe in the product very much.

So I thought I'd throw that out there. If it's not something the community is interested in no hard feelings. I do very well doing what I do and it's not something I need, in fact I'd have to clear my plate a little to take it on, but I have been putting some thought into getting into this crypto space since it's something I am very passionate about and know a lot about. I recently made some contacts with the developers at WPCS (btxtrader.com) and they have been considering enlisting my services in return for my being compensated in BTC.

If this is something the community would be interested I'd be happy to talk about it in more detail with someone who could authorize such an action.

To those who have bad perceptions of the recruiting industry; I agree with you. There are a lot of crappy ones out there who do nothing more than throw resumes at the wall hoping something sticks and who don't know anything more about the jobs they work on beyond knowing a few buzzwords. I am not like those recruiters. I am very knowledgeable about any position I work with and I work very hard to get it right and find the perfect win/win situation. I have a reputation to uphold and thrive on repeat business with my clients.

I don't like to put my recommendations on my linkedin profile (because my competitors will know that company uses recruiters) but I do have one up there from the HR Manager at Nation Pizza Products in Schaumburg, IL that says:

Brian has presented excellent candidates over the years for '"tough to fill positions". He's always extremely professional, honest, and trustworthy.
October 27, 2012, Lori was Brian's client

I'm also a 6 year veteran of reddit and go by the same username there as I do here. Just in case anyone wants to look into my history to make sure I'm legit. I generally keep these two lives separate so pardon any non-businesslike discussions I might have gotten into on reddit over the years.

That is all. Just thought I'd throw it out there. Could be fun and it could be successful.



Ty for the offer.Hiring devs is something that needs to be done ASAP imo. It is up to the community to do it with you or not,but i wish commitees go with this soon.
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March 17, 2014, 06:06:46 PM
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can someone explain to me how nxtp00l.org works?

the page is pretty empty.

do you just lend out mining power and get Nxt in return, basically he is mining other coins with it and pays you.
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March 17, 2014, 06:08:08 PM
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Please note that I goofed in my original post about the multipool.  The ports are 3008 for the vardiff, 3032 for the fixed 32-difficulty shares and 3256 for the fixed 256 difficulty shares.
that is:

stratum+tcp://hashrate.org:3008 for vardiff
stratum+tcp://hashrate.org:3032 for fixed 32-dificulty shares
stratum+tcp://hashrate.org:3256 for fixed 256 difficulty shares.

username: your NXT id
password: whatever you want

The share stats are all on the hashrate.org page but they are currently password protected because I am exposing them directly through the redis-commander (which is a big security nono) - I will get the stats all on a totally open public-facing page first thing tomorrow.  I should have SHA-2566 up by then too.

Thanks all!

Hi all,
I should have the public facing site available later tonight - sorry, I am at my day job currently and I have to go out to my parents for dinner after work but I will get the statistics working tonight once I get home.  I will also have a status page, where you can easily check the pool health/status/latency.

For now though, here are the pool stats per worker:

NXT ADDRESS                    WORK (SHARE * SHAREDIFF)
1762953482260651997           70960
10533725144527397164    2760
7618169005788956270           80704
10585982206581025333       391976
9415965710853847055            7360
7636587858188289735             24600
11406935220378196801    5568
7060315567742807944             9024
14475745119171788011    9728
13777396447329170446    34896
2188420453403939369             7968
283604373343614492         26656

(the full pay-out policy will be posted on the site once it's made public later today, but it pays out prop based on amount of work done.  
The pool so far has been doing not bad orphan-wise:
validShares(not taking into account difficulty):   73769
invalidShares   130

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March 17, 2014, 06:11:27 PM
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And yes, I'm aware my numbers don't fully add up because I omitted some test workers I was using on the pool.  I won't pay myself out at all for this first manual payout, but just for the math geeks here are the ones I omitted:

worker ID                    total work (shares * diff)
15236525235236235    256
12412512562345324    546048
davestestaccount    10416
davesthirdrig             3744

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March 17, 2014, 06:13:34 PM
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Please note that I goofed in my original post about the multipool.  The ports are 3008 for the vardiff, 3032 for the fixed 32-difficulty shares and 3256 for the fixed 256 difficulty shares.
that is:

stratum+tcp://hashrate.org:3008 for vardiff
stratum+tcp://hashrate.org:3032 for fixed 32-dificulty shares
stratum+tcp://hashrate.org:3256 for fixed 256 difficulty shares.

username: your NXT id
password: whatever you want

The share stats are all on the hashrate.org page but they are currently password protected because I am exposing them directly through the redis-commander (which is a big security nono) - I will get the stats all on a totally open public-facing page first thing tomorrow.  I should have SHA-2566 up by then too.

Thanks all!

Hi all,
I should have the public facing site available later tonight - sorry, I am at my day job currently and I have to go out to my parents for dinner after work but I will get the statistics working tonight once I get home.  I will also have a status page, where you can easily check the pool health/status/latency.

For now though, here are the pool stats per worker:

NXT ADDRESS                    WORK (SHARE * SHAREDIFF)
1762953482260651997           70960
10533725144527397164    2760
7618169005788956270           80704
10585982206581025333       391976
9415965710853847055            7360
7636587858188289735             24600
11406935220378196801    5568
7060315567742807944             9024
14475745119171788011    9728
13777396447329170446    34896
2188420453403939369             7968
283604373343614492         26656

(the full pay-out policy will be posted on the site once it's made public later today, but it pays out prop based on amount of work done.  
The pool so far has been doing not bad orphan-wise:
validShares(not taking into account difficulty):   73769
invalidShares   130

I'm doing quite well!  Grin
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March 17, 2014, 06:14:42 PM
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trying now http://www.nxtp00l.org with SHA256 4GH/s... good idea!!
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March 17, 2014, 06:18:15 PM
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There doesnt appear to be a timeline of any sorts, but do we know which features will be released first?  leased forging, AT, AE, UDP/binary, etc?  Im primarily interested in leased forging, and would like to get an ideas as to the APIs that will be available for issuing, recalling, and stats.
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March 17, 2014, 06:23:47 PM
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Guys, imagine many many assets for BTC on the Asset Exchange. And one of them is the asset of James' gateway.

What could we do to make it easier for average Joe to choose the right and trusted one and ignore the shitty scam assets?

have a site where verified companies advertise and people "request a code" by entering there nxt address in a box for the company/asset they are intersted in buying  and they get a message on the client from the real seller of the asset with a link to the real asset!

perhaps on the new block explorer that gives stats! just have a green tick or something for a verified companies

Other less centralized ideas?
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