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February 13, 2014, 12:58:58 PM
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AE dashboard (prices for debug shown in nxt-cents).

http://nxtexplorer.com/download/ae-001.png

quit heavy but all informations shown there are needed.

the AE is really cool. it is not only the first running
decentralized asset exchange but is has also some great
advantages. e.g. it is easy to detect if a user try to game
the AE.

there are several plug-ins coming into my mind to extend
this AE.


- market scanner: spreads/volume/trade accelerators etc.
- price and asset notifier: (AM / mail)
- detectors: for price manipulation /dump/pump

and much more.

great, love the look!

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February 13, 2014, 01:00:36 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/

As you'll see it's a web client. It is my hope that this might one day replace the official NRS web client now seen at http://localhost:7874 but that is up to Jean-Luc and CFB to decide.

I chose HTML/JS as the programming language because it has a few advantages:

- Source is just a click away (right click the page > view source)
- It's easy - lots of people know javascript and HTML - this means multiple people can work on this together.
- It's cross compatible and runs on any device.

I will be making a 1 click installer for linux/windows/mac later on as well.

For now it runs on my server, since it connects to the test network, there is no worry concerning passwords. Do not use your real account password.

I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350

Here are some screenshots:





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February 13, 2014, 01:01:10 PM
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The client war is heating up, we have Offspring, Solaris, Freerider, NXTExplorer, DotNXT & many more on the way.


GREAT WORK PEOPLE   Wink

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February 13, 2014, 01:02:17 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/

I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350

Wow, nice one wesleyh!


May I report bugs here? First one I noticed: after opening NRS Version > more info, the popup can't be closed
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February 13, 2014, 01:04:20 PM
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The client war is heating up, we have Offspring, Solaris, Freerider, NXTExplorer, DotNXT & many more on the way.


GREAT WORK PEOPLE   Wink

holy shit!

nxt price, Y U NO RISE?
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February 13, 2014, 01:04:53 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/

I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350

Wow, nice one wesleyh!


May I report bugs here? First one I noticed: after opening the NRS Version > more info, the popup can't be closed

Yes you may, and thank you- just click outside of the box and it should close, the close button itself seems to have a mind of it's own ;-)
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February 13, 2014, 01:06:09 PM
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@tipping bot bounty. I know You Guys are pretty stoked to see the reddit bot in action. and i don't want to be a downer. but i really only want to give him a partial bounty when he releases the source. 

we need the bot to handle Offchain tipping and fractional Nxt tipping. i also know that this is way harder to implement, but it was a requirement for the bounty as i always stated it should be like the doge tipping bot.

i hope you guys understand my point.

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February 13, 2014, 01:06:15 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/

As you'll see it's a web client. It is my hope that this might one day replace the official NRS web client now seen at http://localhost:7874 but that is up to Jean-Luc and CFB to decide.

I chose HTML/JS as the programming language because it has a few advantages:

- Source is just a click away (right click the page > view source)
- It's easy - lots of people know javascript and HTML - this means multiple people can work on this together.
- It's cross compatible and runs on any device.

I will be making a 1 click installer for linux/windows/mac later on as well.

For now it runs on my server, since it connects to the test network, there is no worry concerning passwords. Do not use your real account password.

I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350

Here are some screenshots:



This webclient is so cool wesley! Big-big respect for your work!

Now, that we have a lot of functionalities and clients, we would need a simple landing page for the new users to access all these tools and functions. What do you need? I am ready to offer some bounty for a designer achieving this and would pay for the domain and hosting for 10 years.
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February 13, 2014, 01:07:12 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/




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WOW!
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February 13, 2014, 01:09:17 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/

As you'll see it's a web client. It is my hope that this might one day replace the official NRS web client now seen at http://localhost:7874 but that is up to Jean-Luc and CFB to decide.

I chose HTML/JS as the programming language because it has a few advantages:

- Source is just a click away (right click the page > view source)
- It's easy - lots of people know javascript and HTML - this means multiple people can work on this together.
- It's cross compatible and runs on any device.

I will be making a 1 click installer for linux/windows/mac later on as well.

For now it runs on my server, since it connects to the test network, there is no worry concerning passwords. Do not use your real account password.

I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350

Here are some screenshots:




WOW!!!!
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February 13, 2014, 01:14:23 PM
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May I report bugs here? First one I noticed: after opening NRS Version > more info, the popup can't be closed

Should be fixed - (do a hard refresh CTRL+F5) to check.
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February 13, 2014, 01:15:07 PM
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The client war is heating up, we have Offspring, Solaris, Freerider, NXTExplorer, DotNXT & many more on the way.


GREAT WORK PEOPLE   Wink

I agree. This is incredible. Bravo.

In times of change, it is the learners who will inherit the earth, while the learned will find themselves beautifully equipped for a world that no longer exists.
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February 13, 2014, 01:16:26 PM
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May I report bugs here? First one I noticed: after opening NRS Version > more info, the popup can't be closed

Should be fixed - (do a hard refresh CTRL+F5) to check.

Cheers, works fine! Keep up the great work.

Also when clicking Not Registered on the frontscreen, you might want to enable going back by clicking outside of the window as well Wink
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February 13, 2014, 01:17:34 PM
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Now, that we have a lot of functionalities and clients, we would need a simple landing page for the new users to access all these tools and functions. What do you need? I am ready to offer some bounty for a designer achieving this and would pay for the domain and hosting for 10 years.

I'm working on this.

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February 13, 2014, 01:18:44 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

(Btw, totally untested in IE, better use a different browser if you find UI quirks there).

http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/

As you'll see it's a web client. It is my hope that this might one day replace the official NRS web client now seen at http://localhost:7874 but that is up to Jean-Luc and CFB to decide.

I chose HTML/JS as the programming language because it has a few advantages:

- Source is just a click away (right click the page > view source)
- It's easy - lots of people know javascript and HTML - this means multiple people can work on this together.
- It's cross compatible and runs on any device.

I will be making a 1 click installer for linux/windows/mac later on as well.

For now it runs on my server, since it connects to the test network, there is no worry concerning passwords. Do not use your real account password.

I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350

Here are some screenshots:




WOW!!!!

Amazing Smiley
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February 13, 2014, 01:20:10 PM
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Automatically aggregated NXT currency news from different sources

Tumblr: http://nxtcurrency.tumblr.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/NXT-Currency-News/638179062895880
Twitter: https://twitter.com/nxtcurrencynews

Please let me know when you have a source I should add.
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February 13, 2014, 01:21:02 PM
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Here's my Nxt client, still in development, you may find some bugs, but wanted to show off this version:

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I hope you appreciate this effort, if you do - my Nxt id is: 8189784314684138350
- yes, I'm greatly appreciate your efforts !

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February 13, 2014, 01:21:22 PM
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If the MIT/Johns Hopkins folks can't/won't do your Crypto/Curve25519 audit for the bounty, I would have time later this month to do it (I'm DoctorEvil on Nextcoin.org BTW).  

I already reviewed the primary literature on Curve25519/ECKCDSA, examined several implementations of both and am working on a clean room implementation of the relevant algorithms myself just to make sure I understand them 100%.  As a bonus I'd make my extra implementation part of the deliverable.  My implementation wouldn't be meant to replace the existing highly optimized one.  However, since it's aim would be comprehensibility/correctness as opposed to speed, it would make writing ports easier.

Given my pseudonymous identity, I can't present credentials other than my online reputation ... so depending on exactly what the community wants out of this audit, there is that to consider.
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February 13, 2014, 01:23:47 PM
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Also when clicking Not Registered on the frontscreen, you might want to enable going back by clicking outside of the window as well Wink

Done (by adding a cancel button)! thx
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February 13, 2014, 01:24:47 PM
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nxt.org news:
the domain name nxt.org have been auctioned with 1,3537 USD recently on Sedo platform .
http://news.domain.cn/html/yumingzixun/2014/0207/31292.html

bougt by Nxt community?
sure
U? Wink
No. More infos soon. Wink

Hey Passion_ltc,

I have a particularly exciting idea. Is it possible a company to make their own "voting" page where only people who entered their authorization token, linked to an account that owns the company's assets, can be eligible to vote (based on their stake).

Basically, you would just find what account owned that token, then check for the number of X assets they owned, done. Voting would take 1 NXT to vote will all their shares.

Pandaisftw


i will pay 500 nxt to who ever makes this

also it will need to include some form of proof of honesty such as publishing all of the tokens for each poll


i really need that too for NXT eco-farms,
i will pay 500 nxt if someone can do that 
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