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February 08, 2014, 08:41:44 PM
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do you think its too early to make an [ANN] thread for my silver bullion gateway? Grin

totally NOT too early! Open it up, I'll join right away!
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February 08, 2014, 08:43:10 PM
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What will public test of Asset Exchnage mean? on the TESTNET or on the real nxt-Net?

Testnet. I'll be giving testcoins to everyone.

I should have something ready in the next week, but probably not monday.
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February 08, 2014, 08:44:01 PM
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do you think its too early to make an [ANN] thread for my silver bullion gateway? Grin

*edit* im pretty sure im going to make a career out of the nxt asset exchange

Go for it! What would be the downside?

Nxt:  NXT-5BHG-9VRE-QGW6-DRZVQ
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February 08, 2014, 09:07:09 PM
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Updates - 07/02/2014
- Shows multiple balances.
- Shows node status (Green = ON, Blue = OFF)

Now effective balance 136'722.00 NXT!!!

NXTCoin first automated forging platform!
Website: http://www.nxtio.org/

Is that really what we want? Centralization?
Not think it is as big concentration. My goal is to create different accounts as you get to an acceptable amount.

But I do think so.

Look at Ghash.io.

A single point of failure. If your server's are compromised, ...
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I thank the pool operators for trying to provide a service for the community, but I think forging should remain individual.  Granted, Nxt is resistant to up to 90% concentration attacks, but I don't think this is a path we want to follow for multiple reasons.  Sooner or later, someone will open a pool and run off with everyone's Nxt.  I'm not saying the current ops will do this, but it's bound to happen.

You don't get any more using a pool, you just get more consistent payouts.
Those with very few nxt could forge something through my system. Also, consider that you can be forged without being individually 24hr online.

I think it has advantages and disadvantages.

Yet to be seen, if it is efficient. Is a long-term experiment.
And think that in less than a week running, seem going to to work very well.


If you do not use all your NXTcoin's and you never open your client, what purpose are your NXTcoin's? I think NXTio is the answer to this problem, so I decided to give a solution.

Sorry the bad English, I really speak Spanish.

I would like a better informing of the participants of your service. If you wish, I can help you with that.
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February 08, 2014, 09:08:25 PM
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http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-01/27/bitcloud
http://maidsafe.net/

Any new ideas here? Decentralized internet and cloud services based on the (Nxt) platform, coupled  with a currency and a Proof of Work (or Service) system, that gives the users an initiative to provide space and resources?

I live up the road from Kim Dot Com and he's very approachable. Perhaps he could play a role.

Kim is a lone wolf, but we could try?!

Why not? Let's give it a try.
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February 08, 2014, 09:28:38 PM
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Release 0.7.1

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.7.1.zip

sha256: 08f54b324ec4e644adc4864368e31c7ed14feb52918ca4522377c94d1f360f8a


Release 0.6.2

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.6.2.zip

sha256: cdb39d82e59aade4a0ea6b9f64fc9852fdab5d37a9a4ba755dffeaa96672aaf5


Change log:

Fixed a bug in the calculation of guaranteed balance which could in some
cases result in effective balance higher than the actual balance. Since
this change can produce a fork, a switch to the correct calculation will
happen at block 64000. Everyone should upgrade to either 0.7.1 or 0.6.2
before that block, or we will get forks.

Improved validation of peer addresses to prevent syntactically invalid or
unresolvable addresses from being included in the peers list.

Enabled logging of all debugging output to a log file. Everything printed
out to the console will also get logged to a file nxt.log. This should
help with submitting bug reports in case of crashes and errors, as it
doesn't matter anymore if your windows console just disappeared.
The nxt.log file is overwritten at every server restart.

Cleaned-up hallmark and authorization token processing. Added Token and
Hallmark classes, those can be now used by Java client developers to
generate and validate tokens and hallmarks without going through the http
interface.

Improved logging of block push failures and block pop-off events, those
will now print out the block id and the reason for block rejection.

Improved peer blacklisting and logging of reasons for blacklisting. Http
requests from blacklisted peers are now completely ignored.

Made all API request handling classes under the nxt.http package visible
in the javadoc documentation, to be used for documenting the parameters
and return values of the http API.

There haven't been any database related bugs in the 0.7 series. All the
above changes have been applied to both 0.6 and 0.7 branches. I encourage
more people to try the 0.7.1 version, there is no need to continue
maintaining the 0.6 branch very long if we don't encounter problems with
the database version.



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February 08, 2014, 09:30:39 PM
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Release 0.7.1

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.7.1.zip

sha256: 08f54b324ec4e644adc4864368e31c7ed14feb52918ca4522377c94d1f360f8a


Release 0.6.2

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.6.2.zip

sha256: cdb39d82e59aade4a0ea6b9f64fc9852fdab5d37a9a4ba755dffeaa96672aaf5


Change log:

Fixed a bug in the calculation of guaranteed balance which could in some
cases result in effective balance higher than the actual balance. Since
this change can produce a fork, a switch to the correct calculation will
happen at block 64000. Everyone should upgrade to either 0.7.1 or 0.6.2
before that block, or we will get forks.

Improved validation of peer addresses to prevent syntactically invalid or
unresolvable addresses from being included in the peers list.

Enabled logging of all debugging output to a log file. Everything printed
out to the console will also get logged to a file nxt.log. This should
help with submitting bug reports in case of crashes and errors, as it
doesn't matter anymore if your windows console just disappeared.
The nxt.log file is overwritten at every server restart.

Cleaned-up hallmark and authorization token processing. Added Token and
Hallmark classes, those can be now used by Java client developers to
generate and validate tokens and hallmarks without going through the http
interface.

Improved logging of block push failures and block pop-off events, those
will now print out the block id and the reason for block rejection.

Improved peer blacklisting and logging of reasons for blacklisting. Http
requests from blacklisted peers are now completely ignored.

Made all API request handling classes under the nxt.http package visible
in the javadoc documentation, to be used for documenting the parameters
and return values of the http API.

There haven't been any database related bugs in the 0.7 series. All the
above changes have been applied to both 0.6 and 0.7 branches. I encourage
more people to try the 0.7.1 version, there is no need to continue
maintaining the 0.6 branch very long if we don't encounter problems with
the database version.



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Thanks.
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February 08, 2014, 09:37:25 PM
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http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-01/27/bitcloud
http://maidsafe.net/

Any new ideas here? Decentralized internet and cloud services based on the (Nxt) platform, coupled  with a currency and a Proof of Work (or Service) system, that gives the users an initiative to provide space and resources?

I live up the road from Kim Dot Com and he's very approachable. Perhaps he could play a role.

Kim is a lone wolf, but we could try?!

Why not? Let's give it a try.

At the very least I could drop off a proposal that would make him aware of NXT, if he isn't already. It's a long shot but you never know. It might be best to wait until NXT is further down the track. I suspect he has his own currency plans but it would be great if he could help out with a New Zealand NXT hub and/or NZ based NXT/Fiat Exchange.
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February 08, 2014, 09:52:08 PM
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http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-01/27/bitcloud
http://maidsafe.net/

Any new ideas here? Decentralized internet and cloud services based on the (Nxt) platform, coupled  with a currency and a Proof of Work (or Service) system, that gives the users an initiative to provide space and resources?

I live up the road from Kim Dot Com and he's very approachable. Perhaps he could play a role.

Kim is a lone wolf, but we could try?!

Why not? Let's give it a try.

At the very least I could drop off a proposal that would make him aware of NXT, if he isn't already. It's a long shot but you never know. It might be best to wait until NXT is further down the track. I suspect he has his own currency plans but it would be great if he could help out with a New Zealand NXT hub and/or NZ based NXT/Fiat Exchange.

Yes. Making aware is always a good thing.
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February 08, 2014, 10:08:06 PM
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Release 0.7.1

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.7.1.zip

sha256: 08f54b324ec4e644adc4864368e31c7ed14feb52918ca4522377c94d1f360f8a


"Scanning blockchain" takes ages (over 10 minutes).
Is there any way to speed it up?

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February 08, 2014, 10:14:42 PM
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On the 11th of Feb we r launching public test of Asset Exchange. Do we have at least 1 client ready for that? What platforms does it support?

I will probably start implementing on 11th, so I won't make it.
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February 08, 2014, 10:15:11 PM
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[ANN] Anon136's Silver Bullion NXT Gateway https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=455861

I have some questions for the community in there so please take a look and leave me some feedback.

Rep Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381041
If one can not confer upon another a right which he does not himself first possess, by what means does the state derive the right to engage in behaviors from which the public is prohibited?
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February 08, 2014, 10:15:16 PM
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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Release 0.7.1

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.7.1.zip

sha256: 08f54b324ec4e644adc4864368e31c7ed14feb52918ca4522377c94d1f360f8a


"Scanning blockchain" takes ages (over 10 minutes).
Is there any way to speed it up?

worked MUUUCH faster for me than all previous versions...
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February 08, 2014, 10:37:17 PM
Last edit: February 08, 2014, 11:03:14 PM by Zahlen
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James, how does this affect the status of your VM bounty?
It seems to obsolete it
I think zahlen was the only one who spent time on it
If it is ok with him, i would like to authorize 500 nxt for his troubles

Wasn't any trouble, it was fun revisiting a topic (computability theory) I hadn't worked with for a long time. I'm always ok with more nxt though Smiley Thanks a lot!

Earning Nxt with doing something you like is great, isn't it?
It's awesome!
First time getting paid by doing 3D work, the work I like very much.
The rest is very technical for me, but I read all the posts here anyway  Tongue

Congrats! Yeah, it's really awesome to get paid with what you're working on. I wonder if this is how folks who get paid in shares feel? (I'm definitely looking forward to when our "shares" take off Grin)

Btw http://i.imgur.com/Bz6KfAv.jpg is amazing! The texture feels textured in this version. I didn't like the marble texture much.


Question:
Is it better to give 5, 10 or 20 Nxt to little good things you see regularly (expecting everyone else to do the same),
or;
Will people think that is insulting for their effort (maybe get pee'd off and stop helping?) so I should save up my Nxt till I see something "WOW!" and give a few hundred?
I've gotten some small donations and one large one. I appreciate them all the same.

Yeah, I wouldn't feel insulted if I were given 1 nxt, I'd appreciate the gesture.

(This is the cue for everyone to start tipping me Grin)

I'd love it if there was a way to include a message along with the tip. This is a given in doge tipping on reddit, since the tip bot works via replying to who you want to tip, should be the same way for a nxt reddit tip bot. Would also be natural thing if a site like a forum could integrate a more general tipping software and API. tipnxt.com already has this feature.

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February 08, 2014, 10:40:38 PM
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chess tourney for Nxt is about to start.
join
http://www.freechess.org/Events/NXT/

missed it, will join next one!
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February 08, 2014, 10:50:31 PM
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chess tourney for Nxt is about to start.
join
http://www.freechess.org/Events/NXT/

missed it, will join next one!
Too bad it's always at time we have dinner here. My wife wouldn't be happy if I play...  Sad
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February 08, 2014, 10:55:38 PM
Last edit: February 08, 2014, 11:07:02 PM by Zahlen
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I've started a section on the wiki for organizing our projects. In particular, check out the List of Proposals and Bounties page. I'm thinking we could link to stuff that is "active" there. That could be links to forum threads, google docs, or other wiki pages where projects are being discussed and hashed out, and project statuses are being updated.

For a good example of this, check out the wiki page for the new address format using Reed-Solomon encoding that NxtChg started a long time ago. Very clearly organized.

My thinking is to use the Discussion pages for throwing around ideas, criticisms, suggestions, etc, and use the main pages for summary of the proposal/project status.

Not enough folks are using Discussion pages . Click on this tab more often:



James, this could be the right place for you to put up your (many, many!) ideas for comment. EvilDave, you could put your carbon offset proposal here too. Lots more projects that I don't remember (this is why we need to put all of them in a convenient place).

Pin, maybe it could be easier if you got everyone to post their projects on the wiki instead? Then you can just go through a list of links.

Don't worry about messing things up, it's a wiki, everything can be reversed. And don't worry if you don't know wiki formatting, just type/copy and paste. Other people can help you clean things up. If there's demand, I'll put up a quick guide to simple wiki editing.

I'll be technical support. Anyone has a problem, e.g. getting errors, can't figure out how to do something, ask me and I'll troubleshoot.

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February 08, 2014, 10:55:57 PM
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dotNXT v.0.0.7.2 released

Release changes:
  • NRS 0.6.2 and 0.7.1 support

Known issues:
  • Forging timer is incorrect

dotNXT.0.0.7.2.setup.exe 951581 bytes
MD5      bba8037bbdf1c1b0ac59940531c0cbfe
SHA1   78dd9cdf62fa4e9c5ad20269d3493ab35774115c
SHA256   339985630369eb3a227f5512de79961f839d7026406c7a1c6444934226eda0a1
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February 08, 2014, 11:03:16 PM
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"Scanning blockchain" takes ages (over 10 minutes).
Is there any way to speed it up?

It seems to depend very non-linearly on the amount of memory. I don't have a better solution yet other than just making sure you give it enough memory. For me anything above -Xmx1024M works fine, 768M is slow, 512M crashed after more than 10 min of high CPU load. It is strange because last week I was able to run it with only -Xmx256M. These are the timings I get now:

-Xmx4096M:   55 s
-Xmx1024M:   58 s
-Xmx768M:     2 min 26 s
-Xmx512M:     > 10 min, out of memory


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February 08, 2014, 11:07:44 PM
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Anyway, why are hallmarks encoded to an ip address? A big problem for dynamic ips. Why not a private/public key pair with public key signed by an account?

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