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March 04, 2014, 01:28:20 AM
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NXTers WHO HAVE VOTED

jl777, pinarello, smaragda, landomata, bitcoinpaul
salsacz, Damelon, Utopianfuture, Wesleyh, ChuckOne
Anon136, mcjavar, Klee, msin, allwelder
S3MKi, brooklynbtc, xyzzyx, abctc, TwinWinNerD
Passion_ltc, BitcoinForumator, swartzfeger, ZeroTheGreat, nexern
2Kool4Skewl, starik69, ImmortAlex, EmoneyRu, pandaisftw
dzarmush, marcus03, NxtChoice, instacash, ferment
l8orre, Uniqueorn, Zahlen, redsn0w, davethetrousers
chanc3r, Bitventurer, Eadeqa, kodtycoon, abuelau
punkrock, igmaca, joefox, notsoshifty, fmiboy
bizz, bloodyrookie, Fatih87SK, coolfish, rriky92
newsilike, CoinTropolis_JustaBitTime, ^[GS]^, Coinonaer, Mario123
gs02xzz, Emule, Mistafreeze, okaynow, bidji29
newcn, BaiMangal, Sebastien256, MyZhre, jkoil
Drexme, mnightwaffle, Sharky444, mthcl, kwest
Alias, bahamapascal, mezzovide, marek3ball, VanBreuk
Isildur23, seek4dream, mikesbmw, lyynx, minusbalancer
achimsmile, farl4web, voldemort628, ebereon, DrearyUrbanite
zorke, longzai1988, grandpa_seth, antanst, mkmen
jadedjack, NxtMinnow, lurning, Buratino, drsnuggles
eB101, QBTC, pastet89, mingophoria, w4llace
neer, g, italovers, d13id, oldnbold, leetrump
Ludom, BCFrex, vitvert, scor2k, Aditer
Arckam (aka frmelin), Asian Prepper , dimirfu, factorfftt, fgbnbb
fnjing21th, funbug, guangjinhan, h1h2h3_c, hughmanwho
Jack Needles, Jr, peng, KyLins, lingdu22, middlepath
Pouncer , qbd1313, runall, Secondleo , stoneone
sunrise778, tank, xzhybbs, yanlap

NXTers WHO HAVE A BALLOT CODE SITTING IN THEIR INBOX - ALL HAVE POSTED 10+ TIMES TO THIS THREAD OR MADE A PM REQUEST

Come-from-Beyond, landomata, opticalcarrier, laowai80, NxtChg, com
rickyjames, EvilDave, gbeirn, Jean-Luc, xibeijan
bitcoinrocks, Pablito89, martismartis, wakasaki808, lophie
gimre, buybitcoinscanada, timmyd, smartwart, PeercoinEnthusiast
bithic, FrictionlessCoin, intel, BitAddict, LiQio
lucky88888, GCInc, , inkadnb, kunibopl, Ola
superresistant, iruu, bybitcoin, coolmist, greyw00lf
OKNXT, apenzl, Labteck, idev, artik123
snowboard789, mr_random, yuriygeorge, zhangdu, twistelaar
PaulyC, loopgate88, davidoski, crazybonkers, Jerical13
cc001, google98, nxtgt, Hacer88, Noitev
Meizirkki, BitThink, delulo, Kontakt, Vega
relm9, plasticAiredale, nov, SkillRoad, McDoxy
Voluntold, nakaone, User705, Kodoka, IveBeenBit
BrianNowhere, admiral, fu, Patel, subSTRATA, LightningFury
verymuchso, sparta_cuss, MarvellousMutant, vanea84, Forobitcoins
pmabdsf, nxtru, bitdraw, 2X84, omo
JohnyCrypt, Framewood, vintagetrex, nxtsky, freigeist
btc2nxt, bitme, Hegemon, aldrin, Conurtrol
ifightformerkel, grex, garcias, cryptolawyer, lr127
erik__, Mises_77, yan83, swansong, eid
xgc, tk808, nnn, gorgorom, colinistheman
Timetwister, Ezravdb, mindtomatter, MadCow, windjc
btc24, artila, CrazyEyes, CoinBuzz, miramare
matt4054, gvans, Daedelus, psybits, podyx
morningtime, mercenar1e, maco, josephliton, gradis
Fern, Ebrelus, DLXS, yassin54, xcn
visaco, giveBTCpls, SZZT, Ardolafat, tman10
Ricot, ninjaboon, nadrimajstor, manrus, kknk808
evanxxx, bitmadaboutcoin, KLONE, wizzardTim, markn
kpax7788, hypersire, getfun12345, garp, blackfyre175
alrose, tylerbrad85, killver, dr_yan_yan, alex0909
ViktorK, user1922, trefifund, sherpico77, r3animation
pabloangello, luckygenough56, jubalix, jettico, jackyrozario
d5000, cromaclear, POPPP, Jimmy2011, xchrix
xadidos, sepehr, pocesar, mww, maxbit
ROBERTO, Coinsy, Armando, ArcticWolfie, rb2
qqNxt, professorhandsome, nesco1805, mczarnek, matt608
feeleep, Choboy, Agent86, grizmoblust, barbierir
ParmaBTC, NWO, Krabby, Komputor, DiCE1904
BitCoiner2012, 96redformula, NXT, yesuper, Fry
Mac Red, barklay, Chang Hum, CIYAM Pty,  Ltd, , CoinTropolis_NiftyNikel
drevil, gmoneycoin, GröBkAz, Ladeco2014, luizchen

NXTers WHO HAVE POSTED 5-9 TIMES TO THIS THREAD AND MAY OR MAY NOT GET A BALLOT CODE IF I AM TOO BUSY AT TBC
IF YOU ARE IN THIS BLOCK AND WANT TO VOTE, PM ME AND I ***WILL*** SEND YOU A BALLOT CODE

zerocom, tillou, stdset, rdanneskjoldr, nxtuser
nelisky, mynxtcoin, mudshark79, markus1000, marcoslopez
jelin1984, extee, dittie, cfrm, bittick
Xtar, X68N, Tompa, Thingamajig, ThePatient
Nyx, Edacra, Dps23, DeadlyEskimo, zakorus
ycm82, tooroth, stereotype, puck2, nxt-e, com
noashh, masterOfDisaster, hyunsookmom, hobbster, halabibk
drdops, demols, chinabreak123, btcruss, asdlolciterquit
aorith, Xio, X_X_X, N[e]wBie, MtheK
Kaliber1, Istanbul34, HinnomTX, Gaman, wwdz99
wastedbit, titan20, sussex, skytaper, shinep
rnr, maratmmz, hoax, eXtatiC, canuck
bitfromit, bitbets, arafel71, alxx77, Stark-Fujikawa
Snard, Kmonk, Jaguar0625, Jackevin, JKBtCn
Gonzo418, CommanderVenus, Boiar, subhead, spud3861
sherrifshenko, pilotbo, naurisdede, mvag, mellorbo
jdebunt, himmelsfaller2, fehen, dulinxu, dawn
cryptohunter, cryptobanks, bitoktlk, bitcool, SpeedDemon13
Rluner, Morguk, Ludom, Luceat, Lubliana
JohnDoe21, Jcsarokin, GroinCoin, CryptKeeper, xyz
vitvert, virtualaddict, techo051, stamen123, slothbag
shoichikun808, schnib12, rmKHT, panhc2014, ojman28
nonstopdonkey, neonemu, nemra, mishan, mikaljan
jari76, hilotime, gobpaul, dudenohair, dave5555
crendore, coloredcoin, caishendizi, boredeo, axxian
alexrussel1980, Xandrexx, Voodah, Sondey10mg, Silv0r
Orrechorre, MrFring, LiveFree, Fastpow, FandangledGizmo
Elokane, CCInvestor, Boing7898, wezelvis




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March 04, 2014, 01:48:19 AM
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DGEX newsletter announces three developments:

1. DGEX fees back to 0% for NXT withdrawals, 0.15% for trades
2. DGEX Initial Public Virtual Offering still available
3. Offspring NXT client updated http://offspring.dgex.com

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,4285.0.html

good news!
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March 04, 2014, 01:49:41 AM
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this site (info about your altcoins portfolio) just added Nxt:
http://cryptofrenzy.com/current-rates/

You can also share NxtMinnow's text:
http://cryptosource.org/open-source-cryptocurrency-nxt-is-now-finishing-testing-asset-exchange-and-was-added-on-cryptsy/

Nxt tips: NXT-R67P-6BZ2-XWAK-8RHZR | Nxt forum | Nxt Academy | Donate for Nxt at the Universities // BTCD: RVMLrnxYYy7uy8YZo9FcGfXbk1ZMnNifdg
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Code:

NXTers WHO HAVE VOTED

jl777, pinarello, smaragda, landomata, bitcoinpaul
salsacz, Damelon, Utopianfuture, Wesleyh, ChuckOne
Anon136, mcjavar, Klee, msin, allwelder
S3MKi, brooklynbtc, xyzzyx, abctc, TwinWinNerD
Passion_ltc, BitcoinForumator, swartzfeger, ZeroTheGreat, nexern
2Kool4Skewl, starik69, ImmortAlex, EmoneyRu, pandaisftw
dzarmush, marcus03, NxtChoice, instacash, ferment
l8orre, Uniqueorn, Zahlen, redsn0w, davethetrousers
chanc3r, Bitventurer, Eadeqa, kodtycoon, abuelau
punkrock, igmaca, joefox, notsoshifty, fmiboy
bizz, bloodyrookie, Fatih87SK, coolfish, rriky92
newsilike, CoinTropolis_JustaBitTime, ^[GS]^, Coinonaer, Mario123
gs02xzz, Emule, Mistafreeze, okaynow, bidji29
newcn, BaiMangal, Sebastien256, MyZhre, jkoil
Drexme, mnightwaffle, Sharky444, mthcl, kwest
Alias, bahamapascal, mezzovide, marek3ball, VanBreuk
Isildur23, seek4dream, mikesbmw, lyynx, minusbalancer
achimsmile, farl4web, voldemort628, ebereon, DrearyUrbanite
zorke, longzai1988, grandpa_seth, antanst, mkmen
jadedjack, NxtMinnow, lurning, Buratino, drsnuggles
eB101, QBTC, pastet89, mingophoria, w4llace
neer, g, italovers, d13id, oldnbold, leetrump
Ludom, BCFrex, vitvert, scor2k, Aditer
Arckam (aka frmelin), Asian Prepper , dimirfu, factorfftt, fgbnbb
fnjing21th, funbug, guangjinhan, h1h2h3_c, hughmanwho
Jack Needles, Jr, peng, KyLins, lingdu22, middlepath
Pouncer , qbd1313, runall, Secondleo , stoneone
sunrise778, tank, xzhybbs, yanlap

NXTers WHO HAVE A BALLOT CODE SITTING IN THEIR INBOX - ALL HAVE POSTED 10+ TIMES TO THIS THREAD OR MADE A PM REQUEST

Come-from-Beyond, landomata, opticalcarrier, laowai80, NxtChg, com
rickyjames, EvilDave, gbeirn, Jean-Luc, xibeijan
bitcoinrocks, Pablito89, martismartis, wakasaki808, lophie
gimre, buybitcoinscanada, timmyd, smartwart, PeercoinEnthusiast
bithic, FrictionlessCoin, intel, BitAddict, LiQio
lucky88888, GCInc, , inkadnb, kunibopl, Ola
superresistant, iruu, bybitcoin, coolmist, greyw00lf
OKNXT, apenzl, Labteck, idev, artik123
snowboard789, mr_random, yuriygeorge, zhangdu, twistelaar
PaulyC, loopgate88, davidoski, crazybonkers, Jerical13
cc001, google98, nxtgt, Hacer88, Noitev
Meizirkki, BitThink, delulo, Kontakt, Vega
relm9, plasticAiredale, nov, SkillRoad, McDoxy
Voluntold, nakaone, User705, Kodoka, IveBeenBit
BrianNowhere, admiral, fu, Patel, subSTRATA, LightningFury
verymuchso, sparta_cuss, MarvellousMutant, vanea84, Forobitcoins
pmabdsf, nxtru, bitdraw, 2X84, omo
JohnyCrypt, Framewood, vintagetrex, nxtsky, freigeist
btc2nxt, bitme, Hegemon, aldrin, Conurtrol
ifightformerkel, grex, garcias, cryptolawyer, lr127
erik__, Mises_77, yan83, swansong, eid
xgc, tk808, nnn, gorgorom, colinistheman
Timetwister, Ezravdb, mindtomatter, MadCow, windjc
btc24, artila, CrazyEyes, CoinBuzz, miramare
matt4054, gvans, Daedelus, psybits, podyx
morningtime, mercenar1e, maco, josephliton, gradis
Fern, Ebrelus, DLXS, yassin54, xcn
visaco, giveBTCpls, SZZT, Ardolafat, tman10
Ricot, ninjaboon, nadrimajstor, manrus, kknk808
evanxxx, bitmadaboutcoin, KLONE, wizzardTim, markn
kpax7788, hypersire, getfun12345, garp, blackfyre175
alrose, tylerbrad85, killver, dr_yan_yan, alex0909
ViktorK, user1922, trefifund, sherpico77, r3animation
pabloangello, luckygenough56, jubalix, jettico, jackyrozario
d5000, cromaclear, POPPP, Jimmy2011, xchrix
xadidos, sepehr, pocesar, mww, maxbit
ROBERTO, Coinsy, Armando, ArcticWolfie, rb2
qqNxt, professorhandsome, nesco1805, mczarnek, matt608
feeleep, Choboy, Agent86, grizmoblust, barbierir
ParmaBTC, NWO, Krabby, Komputor, DiCE1904
BitCoiner2012, 96redformula, NXT, yesuper, Fry
Mac Red, barklay, Chang Hum, CIYAM Pty,  Ltd, , CoinTropolis_NiftyNikel
drevil, gmoneycoin, GröBkAz, Ladeco2014, luizchen

NXTers WHO HAVE POSTED 5-9 TIMES TO THIS THREAD AND MAY OR MAY NOT GET A BALLOT CODE IF I AM TOO BUSY AT TBC
IF YOU ARE IN THIS BLOCK AND WANT TO VOTE, PM ME AND I ***WILL*** SEND YOU A BALLOT CODE

zerocom, tillou, stdset, rdanneskjoldr, nxtuser
nelisky, mynxtcoin, mudshark79, markus1000, marcoslopez
jelin1984, extee, dittie, cfrm, bittick
Xtar, X68N, Tompa, Thingamajig, ThePatient
Nyx, Edacra, Dps23, DeadlyEskimo, zakorus
ycm82, tooroth, stereotype, puck2, nxt-e, com
noashh, masterOfDisaster, hyunsookmom, hobbster, halabibk
drdops, demols, chinabreak123, btcruss, asdlolciterquit
aorith, Xio, X_X_X, N[e]wBie, MtheK
Kaliber1, Istanbul34, HinnomTX, Gaman, wwdz99
wastedbit, titan20, sussex, skytaper, shinep
rnr, maratmmz, hoax, eXtatiC, canuck
bitfromit, bitbets, arafel71, alxx77, Stark-Fujikawa
Snard, Kmonk, Jaguar0625, Jackevin, JKBtCn
Gonzo418, CommanderVenus, Boiar, subhead, spud3861
sherrifshenko, pilotbo, naurisdede, mvag, mellorbo
jdebunt, himmelsfaller2, fehen, dulinxu, dawn
cryptohunter, cryptobanks, bitoktlk, bitcool, SpeedDemon13
Rluner, Morguk, Ludom, Luceat, Lubliana
JohnDoe21, Jcsarokin, GroinCoin, CryptKeeper, xyz
vitvert, virtualaddict, techo051, stamen123, slothbag
shoichikun808, schnib12, rmKHT, panhc2014, ojman28
nonstopdonkey, neonemu, nemra, mishan, mikaljan
jari76, hilotime, gobpaul, dudenohair, dave5555
crendore, coloredcoin, caishendizi, boredeo, axxian
alexrussel1980, Xandrexx, Voodah, Sondey10mg, Silv0r
Orrechorre, MrFring, LiveFree, Fastpow, FandangledGizmo
Elokane, CCInvestor, Boing7898, wezelvis




You forgot BCnext! Roll Eyes

I read this thread often but not planning to vote because I'm still not confident I'd choose the right people. If someone wants to campaign for my vote though, I'm all ears and might consider voting if given a compelling argument.  

The things I am for are, making NXT competitive with Bitcoin as a means to purchase things, especially on the internet. The asset exchange and everything else is great and all but of limited interest to the populace at large &  I want NXT to be a household name. The way to do that is by becoming the de-facto mode of electronic transfer of wealth. Everything else will fall into place if that is successful.

I think Forgers need a reason to forge and asking for altruism from the users may not to be enough to secure the network. For me the question is, does NXT need average users to forge? If the "nerdtrepreneurs" who rely on the network are enough to secure the network; fine. However, if NXT NEEDS the small fries to also be forging then you (developers) NEED to find some way to reward them accordingly. It does not have to be a wind-fall, but it has to be something and it has to come faster. Even a smaller return at a faster rate is going to make NXT more satisfying, dare I say, ADDICTING, which is pretty much the unifying trait shared by most successful products in these ADHD times.

Marketing: I think the word is getting out pretty well on the marketing front. Partly because we are in a crypto-boom and it's a good product with potential and people are looking for the next big thing. Partly because of the efforts of people here and users/investors who are excited about it. That video that came out recently is incredible. Keep up the good work and enlist the users more.
More effort needs to be put on educating new users. There should be a major Dogecoin outreach program going on.

NXT: 4957831430947123625
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NXTers WHO HAVE VOTED...etc


You forgot BCnext! Roll Eyes

I won't forget.  He gets a ballot March 4, 2014 - on a warm day when the clock strikes noon.
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March 04, 2014, 02:26:03 AM
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Speaking of newsletters…

Here is NXT Newsletter #4.
http://nxter.org/nxt-newsletter-4/

Read what you said a week ago - and an hour ago Wink

/apenzl

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March 04, 2014, 02:30:34 AM
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Release 0.8.4e

http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.8.4e.zip

sha256: 9778318546c73f5585669a560ab07af483d0b1ac5c30e3580ebf8524acae1825


Change log:

Several changes in the calculation of unconfirmed balances and
unconfirmed asset balances. This is an attempt to fix the
negative unconfirmed balance bug and "Not enough funds" error,
but hasn't been tested, this is why this release is experimental.

Enabled use of testnet just by setting nxt.isTestnet property
in nxt.properties. No other changes are needed.

When switching to testnet by setting nxt.isTestnet=true, peer
port becomes 6874, UI port 6875, and API server port 6876.
Those values are hardcoded to prevent mistakes and take
precedence over any custom port values in nxt.properties.
Also, when NOT using testnet, the server will refuse to start
if peer port is set to 6874, again to prevent accidental
mixing of real and test blockchains.

For testnet, a new subdirectory for the test blockchain will
be automatically created, nxt_test_db.

You need to set nxt.testnetPeers to a list of known public
test nodes. I have set up bug.airdns.org with the 0.8.4e code,
and a copy of the testnet blockchain, as obtained from holms.
I hope other people will also set up test nodes and announce
them on the forum.

In this release, when switching to test net, the Voting and
Asset Exchange features will be automatically enabled. On the
real net, they will still be disabled. The NRS UI client
however doesn't support those features, so you would need to
use a different UI, or use the http API directly.

Added nxt.knownBlacklistedPeers parameter, for manual
blacklisting of peers in the nxt.properties file.

No longer overwrite the peer address with its announced
address in the Active peers panel, use only the IP to uniquely
identify a peer.

Allow disabling of the DoSFilter for the peer networking
server. Added nxt.peerServerDoSFilter.maxRequestMs=300000
parameter, because the default value for the DoSFilter
maxRequestMs forcefully closes peer requests taking longer
than 30 s, which breaks blockchain downloads for slow peers.
This is very likely the cause for the Jetty error warnings
we had back in 0.5.x days.

Added Generator.getAccount method, and START_FORGING and
STOP_FORGING events, of interest to Java API clients.

Added run.bat script for Windows users.

Source code is now included in the release package under
the src directory. The compile.sh and javadoc.sh scripts
can be used to compile the source, and regenerate nxt.jar
and the javadoc documentation.


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thank you.
great work. Grin
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March 04, 2014, 02:52:21 AM
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Hey folks,

can't we leave this monster thread behind and move to a forum?

https://forums.nxtcrypto.org/ or https://nextcoin.org/index.php
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Bittrex.com now support NXT markets. 

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=492758.new#new
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March 04, 2014, 03:35:20 AM
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DGEX newsletter announces three developments:

1. DGEX fees back to 0% for NXT withdrawals, 0.15% for trades
2. DGEX Initial Public Virtual Offering still available
3. Offspring NXT client updated http://offspring.dgex.com

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,4285.0.html

I'm only investing DGEX IPO if they promise to keep the HTML 2.0 circa 1998 on the inside. 

"We have the power to begin the world over again" - Thomas Paine
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March 04, 2014, 03:49:06 AM
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I can no longer use the nxtra.org/nxt-client

It doesn't accept any kind of password I provide.

Whenever I try to log in or create an account I get an empty pop-up with an OK button.
the same for about two days.

 
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March 04, 2014, 04:10:59 AM
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Basically, ideas what the specific goals of CCT are regarding NXT.
1) define an API
 - heavily use case dependent
 - you should contribute what you want to achieve with cross-chain trading
 - price negotiations?

2) design questions
 - I fear we need something like a plugin architecture as transactions of different cryptocurrencies can look completely different
 - re-use of current AE infrastructure?
 - re-use of AT infrastructure?

Here is my proposal on using AE for trading one crypto to another:

Let us assume that we have a NXT asset that corresponds to all the cryptos, eg. BTC, DOGE, AUR, etc. The following example will work with any pair, but for clarity, lets pick BTC and AUR. People who had BTC would be able to do a 1:1 swap for BTCAUR and people who had AUR would be able to do a 1:1 swap for AURBTC. The reverse is possible, these are just trading pairs that lets us use the NXT AE for people to trade. We definitely will need more decimal places in the prices, but the biggest change is that these "swap" assets need to be denominated in one of the cryptos and it usually wont be NXT.

The orderbook would be bids for AURBTC and the asks would be inverse of BTCAUR. This is exactly like forex trading pairs. The market settles on which currency the market is traded in and for crypto when BTC is involved, it is the one that the prices are in. So when a trade is done, here comes the required NXTcore changes!, instead of exchanging the asset for NXT, the asset is exchanged for the agreed amount of the underlying currency, in this case BTC.

The owner of AUR swaps for AURBTC, agrees to trade at 0.1 BTC and gets BTC asset, the other party gets the AURBTC, which is freely convertible to AUR.

I just realized that if we can make change to the NXT API for asset trading to specify the trading to be in units of an asset,then we dont have to bother with all the AURBTC 1:1 swaps! We just directly trade AUR assets for BTC assets and specify that the trade is denominated in BTC. With one simple change to NXT AE handling in the NXT core, we get to use NXT AE for trading any crypto against any crypto that the gateway supports.

This isnt exactly automatic cross chain, but I think it will be what people will want to do, namely trade cryptos. Just one change in NXT API and we can do this as soon as NXT core supports fractions!!

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Now let us say that Mr 47...88 is not satisfied with the above and wants a solution without any gateway involved. In that case we wont have assurance that either party actually has what they say they want to trade, since presumably they are wanting to trade directly from their wallets. It also requires making a crypto to crypto exchange GUI and an interface that prompts the users to locally sign their transactions. Since each transaction would need manual intervention by both parties to complete, I would think that its use would be limited to large transactions only.

I think having the gateways provide an abstracted (and peer reviewed) interface to the external blockchains would allow an AT to manage the transaction process. Something has to interface with the bitcoind and it cant be the AT directly, so I am having trouble seeing how it is possible to do automated cross chain in a totally decentralized way.

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Unless I hear otherwise, I will assume that Mr 47...88 wants NXT to be able to trade crypto to crypto within NXT. My top solution does that and actually has several advantages over a pure cross chain solution, eg. funds are verified and no need to invoke lengthy blockchain transactions for each trade. I will proceed on the assumption that this is acceptable and that we will be able to make the one change in the NXT API.

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March 04, 2014, 04:14:42 AM
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we have NXT/LTC pair on cryptsy NICE to have when you mining LTC Wink

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/162



Who here is in contact with cryptsy? Is someone helping provide them with proper description and info on their coin page? It is currently shamefully inaccurate and seems like zero effort was given. https://www.cryptsy.com/currencies/view/118

1000 Nxt to whoever gets this done with nice accurate, well presented info. That includes the current logo.

Hi Nxt community,

Here is updated info for Cryptsy  in .doc

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Hq3nkw2xHZanlfOXliUW1YVFE/edit?usp=sharing

NxtMinnow

Good job!

Awesome! Reading my statement over again, I can see the possibility of interpretation, but I meant specifically communicating with cryptsy and having them update it as well. Tell you what NxtMinnow, I will pay you out 1000 nxt and 1000 nxt to the person that gets them to update the data. Both will be paid out once the nxt page on cryptsy has been updated. If you yourself can get them to do it then it's all yours. If you aren't able to, it's in your interest yo find someone who has that communication channel. To the person who gets them to do this, it will need to be verifiable.

I have communicated with Cryptsy regarding the request to change the NXT information page with the following Cryptsy Support Ticket

Hi Cryptsy,

My name is Brian Snyder and I represent the Nxt Cryptocurrency Ecosystem (Symbol NXT).  I am a speaker for NXT at Coinsumm.it on March 25, 2014 and NXT is represented at the Austin Bitcoin Conference on March 5-6, 2014.  Thank you for adding NXT to the Cryptsy exchange.  The Nxt community thanks Cryptsy in advance for changing the NXT information page to accurately reflect the Nxt ecosystem. Please update the information for NXT located at the
URL https://www.cryptsy.com/currencies/view/118

with the information including updated logo located at

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Hq3nkw2xHZcm5xc09DTDAyRTA/edit?usp=sharing

Thank you, Brian Snyder
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March 04, 2014, 04:37:14 AM
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CfB
Could you add a "comment" field to      requestType=transferAsset
This would really help track things for the gateway
[i am assuming that after a block confirms that I can trust the values in all the fields]

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March 04, 2014, 04:48:09 AM
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Release 0.8.4e
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has anyone else that forges from behind TOR noticed that all 0.8.x releases lock up after forging a block?  Seems to work OK if TOR is not used though.  And I did verify that if TOR is used, then any DNS query the NRS makes is not TORified; the DNS query goes out the regular connection.  So its kind of hard to maintain deniability as it sits now.
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March 04, 2014, 05:33:27 AM
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I started 25 dedicated servers running the 8.4e testnet. They all have different IPs but at the same data center, so not sure if makes sense to run more.

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March 04, 2014, 05:39:56 AM
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...Now we finally finished some cool papers so we can deliver them to the developers and university guys to look at them and join us. After weeks of asking we finally have also a letter for university guys, so I can send it to them without grammar errors.
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Interesting, you ended up finishing the paper?

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March 04, 2014, 05:43:07 AM
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If David Johnston from BitAngels is keeping an eye on the likes of Counterparty, Ethereum and Bitshares, then surely he is also keeping an eye on NXT. If we can't match Ethereum by getting a dev on shows like Max Keiser then short demonstration videos of each new NXT 'breakthrough feature' should suffice. Good news travels fast.

It would be great if a NXTer could meet up with him briefly in Texas. I'm sure this has been discussed already; I haven't caught up with the thread.
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March 04, 2014, 06:08:20 AM
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Can somebody provide the right syntax to talk to the test network with 8.4e?
I thought we were supposed to use POST, but I get errors for all three variants:

curl -X POST -d 'nxt { "requestType" : "getState" }' 127.0.0.1:6876
curl -X POST -d '{ "requestType" : "getState" }' 127.0.0.1:6876
curl -X POST -d '{ "requestType" : "getState" }' 127.0.0.1:6876/?nxt

Code:
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1"/>
<title>Error 405 </title>
</head>
<body>
<h2>HTTP ERROR: 405</h2>
<p>Problem accessing /. Reason:
<pre>    HTTP method POST is not supported by this URL</pre></p>
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<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1"/>
<title>Error 405 </title>
</head>
<body>
<h2>HTTP ERROR: 405</h2>
<p>Problem accessing /. Reason:
<pre>    HTTP method POST is not supported by this URL</pre></p>
<hr /><i><small>Powered by Jetty://</small></i>
</body>
</html>

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I started 25 dedicated servers running the 8.4e testnet. They all have different IPs but at the same data center, so not sure if makes sense to run more.

James

nice, i saw them come up.
you wouldn't have any test nxt to send me would you? we need to start forging blocks

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Until I can establish contact with the local NXT server, I cant do anything because http://nxtra.org/nxt-client/ is still not hooked up.

You are seeing all the servers? Should I get more up and running?

I just need the magic syntax to send commands to the API

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