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March 18, 2014, 09:58:12 AM
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I think I was the first guy to propose to use NXT as ingame currency, feel free to approach any of the big game devs. Got nothing to lose
[da whole game discussion]

Besides the ingame-purchase-thing:

https://www.humblebundle.com/#contribute is a very famous game-bundle.
You can choose the amount of money you are willing to pay on your own.
They already allow bitcoin, why not NXT?
 
Can please somebody with proper english-skills contact them?
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March 18, 2014, 09:59:03 AM
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Part of my interest in NXT is being part of the 'experiment' - you know, BCNext inviting us all over to his mansion on a stormy night with CfB as the inscrutable butler. I want to stick around and see what happens. This decentralised 'thing' is up there with Breaking Bad!

Something about this sounds so...

(mansion AND stormy night - you just had to put something so poetic in there did you)

tears in my eyes  Grin

I wish there was such the line:

We haven't had that spirit here since 1969 1984

So, the 'Butler' is an Eagles fan ... interesting Smiley

I was wondering what "inscrutable" means:

in·scru·ta·ble  [in-skroo-tuh-buhl]  Show IPA
adjective
1.
incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scrutinized; impenetrable.
2.
not easily understood; mysterious; unfathomable: an inscrutable smile.
3.
incapable of being seen through physically; physically impenetrable: the inscrutable depths of the ocean.



You sure this is the kind of butler you would want?
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March 18, 2014, 10:00:01 AM
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Negative feedback is useful, it helps keep people motivated and shows us exactly where the weak spots are, so they can be sorted out.

Of course it is useful, but not in fontsize 30 and red letters.
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March 18, 2014, 10:01:54 AM
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Yes, welcome to my Ignore List eightspaces, right alongside Emule. Size 30 Red font is not acceptable on this forum. Troll = Gone
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March 18, 2014, 10:02:18 AM
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Part of my interest in NXT is being part of the 'experiment' - you know, BCNext inviting us all over to his mansion on a stormy night with CfB as the inscrutable butler. I want to stick around and see what happens. This decentralised 'thing' is up there with Breaking Bad!

Something about this sounds so...

(mansion AND stormy night - you just had to put something so poetic in there did you)

tears in my eyes  Grin

I wish there was such the line:

We haven't had that spirit here since 1969 1984

So, the 'Butler' is an Eagles fan ... interesting Smiley

U mean George Owell

The 1984 stuff has been around for a while. The Hotel California reference is new, AFAIK, but very apt IMO
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March 18, 2014, 10:03:51 AM
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Negative feedback is useful, it helps keep people motivated and shows us exactly where the weak spots are, so they can be sorted out.

Of course it is useful, but not in fontsize 30 and red letters.
+1
I agree, let's keep it constructive.  

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March 18, 2014, 10:04:10 AM
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I feel we're under siege  Roll Eyes

I've noticed one or two posters flop from one extreme to the other over the course of a week. If this is you, I would suggest you have too much invested in Nxt. Consider selling down and coming back in 6 weeks. At least you will be able to sleep soundly in your bed.

I am sitting on a large double figure percentage paper loss right now, a couple of months ago I was 60% up. And so it goes. I haven't sold one Nxt as there is enough promise to warrant a multiplefold increase in Nxt. x5, x10, x50... who knows but more than it worth today.  

I was happy to see in my reading yesterday that there are people here who have an outlook measured in years  Smiley
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March 18, 2014, 10:04:54 AM
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Part of my interest in NXT is being part of the 'experiment' - you know, BCNext inviting us all over to his mansion on a stormy night with CfB as the inscrutable butler. I want to stick around and see what happens. This decentralised 'thing' is up there with Breaking Bad!

Something about this sounds so...

(mansion AND stormy night - you just had to put something so poetic in there did you)

tears in my eyes  Grin

I wish there was such the line:

We haven't had that spirit here since 1969 1984

So, the 'Butler' is an Eagles fan ... interesting Smiley

I was wondering what "inscrutable" means:

in·scru·ta·ble  [in-skroo-tuh-buhl]  Show IPA
adjective
1.
incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scrutinized; impenetrable.
2.
not easily understood; mysterious; unfathomable: an inscrutable smile.
3.
incapable of being seen through physically; physically impenetrable: the inscrutable depths of the ocean.



You sure this is the kind of butler you would want?

CfB would make an excellent Butler - up there with Batman's Alfred - smart, honest, good humoured, discreet, hard-working ...
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March 18, 2014, 10:06:30 AM
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community input needed:

Unique names for assets? For example : BLABLA (only issued once)

Or non unique names for assets?

For example: BLABLA 12423434 and BLABLA 343434334  (you only choose BLABLA, the rest is the asset id - automatically generated)

(Perhaps, I'm not sure, the number can be shortened..)

If you have another idea, please specify.

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March 18, 2014, 10:08:27 AM
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Part of my interest in NXT is being part of the 'experiment' - you know, BCNext inviting us all over to his mansion on a stormy night with CfB as the inscrutable butler. I want to stick around and see what happens. This decentralised 'thing' is up there with Breaking Bad!

Something about this sounds so...

(mansion AND stormy night - you just had to put something so poetic in there did you)

tears in my eyes  Grin

I wish there was such the line:

We haven't had that spirit here since 1969 1984

We are programmed to receive.
You can check-out any time you like,
But you can never leave........

Nulli Dei, nulli Reges, solum NXT
Love your money: www.nxt.org  www.ardorplatform.org
www.nxter.org  www.nxtfoundation.org
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March 18, 2014, 10:12:04 AM
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Regarding Asset Exchange:

1. Is there a way to give out dividends?
2. I am envisioning that there would be tons of people creating whatsoever assets, I believe a way to manage it is necessary.  Like categories? favorites?
3. I also think there should be a moderator who could flag assets that are fraudulent.

1) I know BCNext at some point was coming up with a way that you could indeed give out dividends.
2) Great idea!  Should be currencies, stocks, assets, and I'm probably missing a couple. Not sure if that's being worked on.
3) Agreed, needs to be some kind of system for flagging assets as fraudulent and giving people a trust meter.

There should be several ways possible of issuing dividends. One way is for it to be a multigateway function. I can think of other ways too. It is not a hard problem at all, code already exists to get a full list of the owners of any specific asset, just need to allocate it properly down to the NXToshi.

I will be proposing a solution for 2) and 3) soon

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March 18, 2014, 10:12:45 AM
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Part of my interest in NXT is being part of the 'experiment' - you know, BCNext inviting us all over to his mansion on a stormy night with CfB as the inscrutable butler. I want to stick around and see what happens. This decentralised 'thing' is up there with Breaking Bad!

Something about this sounds so...

(mansion AND stormy night - you just had to put something so poetic in there did you)

tears in my eyes  Grin

I wish there was such the line:

We haven't had that spirit here since 1969 1984

We are programmed to receive.
You can check-out any time you like,
But you can never leave........

Check out ... not at this price! I'm a "you can never leave" guy Smiley
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March 18, 2014, 10:15:53 AM
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Good afternoon people. Could somebody explain to me the following:

Somebody (j777) issues asset "BTC" in AE. Gateways is working, technically it is possible to sell and buy BTC in AE.

But I also have real BTC and want to sell them for NXT in AE. As it is already "BTC" issued in AE not by me and I'm not an owner of this asset, how my real BTC will appear in AE and I can trade them? Will I need to issue "BTC1"? This question is also for some other "universal" assets.

Did I miss something or do I need to go for beauty sleep for a while? Smiley
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March 18, 2014, 10:16:04 AM
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Anyone know if someone giving out assets would be able to change the number of assets?  Anyone know?

I'd like to issue assets and destroy them on the fly so that the block chain can record exactly how many assets have been issued.
Currently assets are issued all upfront. However, I am implementing a holding acct method. This way there will be the assets in circulation and the onces being held. A realtime (block by block) tracking of the holding acct will ensure conformance or initiate alarms.

Tracking the number of assets in the blockchain is a very good idea! I think I will have the multigateway publish AM's on inventory status of the tracked assets, just need to cover the cost of the tx fees

James

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March 18, 2014, 10:18:02 AM
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Hotel California is probably about the #1 KTV song (in English) in China.

I have sung it at quite a few bars in front of audiences who all love it. Smiley

(although I am a bit tired of hearing it here - just like Psy's big hit a few years back)

With CIYAM anyone can create 100% generated C++ web applications in literally minutes.

GPG Public Key | 1ciyam3htJit1feGa26p2wQ4aw6KFTejU
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March 18, 2014, 10:20:10 AM
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community input needed:

Unique names for assets? For example : BLABLA (only issued once)

Or non unique names for assets?

For example: BLABLA 12423434 and BLABLA 343434334  (you only choose BLABLA, the rest is the asset id - automatically generated)

(Perhaps, I'm not sure, the number can be shortened..)

If you have another idea, please specify.

Non-unique asset listings could create confusion, or worse they could be a scam haven, with multiple BLABLA issuers.

i would think unique names, issued once only.
Maybe the issuer can be the only one to be able to create second listing with same name but different id, like BLABLA #001, BLABLA#002?

1PeecNu1J8VNKpgR13nasMZWLcMZrwNJfc
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March 18, 2014, 10:20:37 AM
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Price will go to 0.00001, good advice don’t buy, sell

This puppy is going to zero many bagholders will cry even big ones that could not sell before big sell of

This is very good for (re-)distribution

Bad for all those who invested during the last months

they r distributing shit, stop that re-distribution nonsense.

what do you have on re-distribution when price is zero and crap worthless piece of shit software?

i warned you all about this way before. give me 1M for free and i dont want them.

even the nexern client i warned you all he would not deliver, you all called me names for this.

@least i expect some excuses!
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March 18, 2014, 10:21:57 AM
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Good afternoon people. Could somebody explain to me the following:

Somebody (j777) issues asset "BTC" in AE. Gateways is working, technically it is possible to sell and buy BTC in AE.

But I also have real BTC and want to sell them for NXT in AE. As it is already "BTC" issued in AE not by me and I'm not an owner of this asset, how my real BTC will appear in AE and I can trade them? Will I need to issue "BTC1"? This question is also for some other "universal" assets.

Did I miss something or do I need to go for beauty sleep for a while? Smiley
You can deposit your real BTC with any NXT gateway using whatever method they have. For multigateway, once you get a deposit address, you just send your real BTC to that bitcoin address and it will appear in AE with the corresponding amount of multigateway BTC.

Alternatively, you could create a BTC asset and list it and convince people that you really do have the BTC and you really will redeem it when they want and then sell it on the AE.

The 1000 NXT fee will discourage the second approach as issuing and maintaining any real asset is a lot of work and should not be undertaken lightly. If it only cost a few NXT, then some people will try to issue their own assets and it will become quite a mess.

Look at the work Anon136 is putting in for his silver asset. There are entire companies that are being created to become an asset!

James

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March 18, 2014, 10:22:47 AM
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Unfortunately @Wesley left out the context.

Please check out testnet now and look for the Asset called CIYAM.

It was not created by me - but I have 50% of the shares (as the imposter *sent* them to me).

This is our problem (not the UI).

I dont understand why you dont just send the imposter asset to genesis acct if it bothers you so much

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March 18, 2014, 10:23:40 AM
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Anyone know if someone giving out assets would be able to change the number of assets?  Anyone know?

I'd like to issue assets and destroy them on the fly so that the block chain can record exactly how many assets have been issued.
Currently assets are issued all upfront. However, I am implementing a holding acct method. This way there will be the assets in circulation and the onces being held. A realtime (block by block) tracking of the holding acct will ensure conformance or initiate alarms.

Tracking the number of assets in the blockchain is a very good idea! I think I will have the multigateway publish AM's on inventory status of the tracked assets, just need to cover the cost of the tx fees

James

since you started with all your dreams and hypes it went downhill very fast!

what did you finally deliver from all your bla bla bla
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