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March 06, 2014, 01:20:28 AM
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I should probably mention that im coming from "version":"0.7.6" and i first noticed that the getstate port changed from 7874 to 7876, but that wouldnt affect unlocking i think. Not that any of that matters anyway because running the server only depends on what is inside the directory of where you run it from.

So i extracted 0.8.6 to a brand new directory and the only files that came with the release are in that directory. I ran "run.bat" and it synced up, i know this by checking getstate. When i attempt to unlock my account (by going to https://127.0.0.1:7875/) i put in my Secret phrase, click the "Unlock Account" button, and then the button grays out and the screen just sits there. When i getstate it shows: "numberOfUnlockedAccounts":0.


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March 06, 2014, 01:23:53 AM
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I like this for Nxt marketing….

http://www.theverge.com/2014/3/5/5469510/native-americans-assert-their-independence-through-cryptocurrency-mazacoin

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March 06, 2014, 01:31:58 AM
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Funding issues
Some thoughts in response to recent discussions.

To put things in perspective, let's see what is being done and has been done in the area of funding.

What is currently available for spending:
We have over 12 million NXT available at the community's disposal for a very long time. If we include the 5M pledged by Mr 47, we're looking at over 17 million. Bulk of this ammunition has been sitting idle due to problems obtaining consensus. Remember how long the unclaimed funds debate dragged on? That's the price we have to pay for decentralization.

We are now days away from finalizing the various committees. Once that's done, they should, in short order, be able to deploy that sizable stash of reserves to fund urgently needed activities.

What has already been donated and spent:
Newer members of our community may not be aware that substantial amounts have been donated by founders during the early days, and some continue to do so till this day. Some prefer to donate publicly, others prefer to do so anonymously. So, besides the 17M currently available, many more millions had already been spent to promote and strengthen the Nxt ecosystem. If you don't see them, it does not mean that donations were not being given.

What about apparently inactive founders?
Numerous nasty, and often unfounded, comments have been thrown at founders. These are not helpful, and will only have the effect of turning away these so called whales instead of engaging with them. I wonder if more will be actively engaging if there had been less of these negative attitude. Please realize that one way or another, founders have made a collective effort to help bring Nxt to where it is today. I see 3 broad strategies adopted by the founders to achieve this:-

Strategy 1 (Short term)
Some have chosen to take the strategy of distributing NXT fast by selling very cheaply immediately after launch. Look at the early posts in the trading thread. Many of you benefited directly from these founders' strategy.

Strategy 2 (Medium term)
Others have chosen to take the strategy of distributing NXT further down the road (after the dust has settled from the early fire sales), by donating through bounties and other means. This group provided the fuel to power the Nxt economy through the stormy days of DDoS and subsequent building of the Nxt infrastructure to the state we see today.

Notice that if all founders had chosen strategy 1, we would not have seen the increase in the value of NXT. This will not have provided the incentive for early adopters to continue working on the project. It would also not have drawn in new investors. On the other hand, if all founders had chosen strategy 2, nothing would have moved and all their NXT would be worth nothing. You can see that there is a very delicate balance between these 2 strategies. They compliment each other, and they have managed to keep this delicate balance in a decentralized manner without having to collaborate like a cartel!. It's market forces and collective wisdom at play.

Strategy 3 (Long term)
All eyes are on a very small number of large founder accounts that don't seem to move. This, I think are founders who are taking a long term strategy. These founders have decided to hold substantial amounts to act as possible network defender of last resort. They provide the ammunition needed to fight off yet unknown threats which may require a large stake to defend or to fund more costly development and infrastructure further down the road. A possible example is Mr 47. If you think carefully (read between the lines) about his last 2 conditions, you'll see how that falls under strategy 3.

If we don't lose sight of the forest for the trees, we can see that free market forces and collective wisdom of all well-meaning stakeholders ultimately work towards the strengthening of the Nxt ecosystem. More engagement and less non-constructive criticisms will certainly help.

Finally.... back to funding for the core dev team, and for that matter funding for marketing & infra. I do not think founders will continue to pile more NXT into the funds if they remain underutilized. Once the committees begin to spend the funds wisely and prudently (showing results), and when it begins to run low, I am pretty sure founders and early adopters will step up to the plate. I will be one of them.

In the long term, I do not think the community should be remain reliant on central funding for building the Nxt ecosystem. While it is essential during these early days (as a bootstrapping measure), the ecosystem should develop in such a way that it will become profitable to build services. Taking Bitcoin as an example, save for Gavin, all other developers (core, client, infra) continue to support the ecosystem through indirect "privatized" means. If we continue to pick up traction, we may be there sooner than we think.


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March 06, 2014, 01:33:21 AM
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I got bad luck (and 200+ views) by posting in the wrong place.  

Here's an update.  Cool

NXT Newsletter thread has moved to:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=502985.msg5537175#msg5537175

New UPDATE Category on Nxter.org.

The Nxt Newsletter has been praised, but Nxt is moving fast. Daily Summaries and a weekly newsletter just isn't enough, if you want to stay in the loop with a truly decentralized project that holds so many possibilities. Innovations and groundbreaking features are being built into the Nxt core and on top of Nxt every day. Nxt is innovation based upon Bitcoin's approach, but it's coded from scratch, energy efficient, PoS, with Colored Coins, Alias system, Anonymous Transfers and AC built in.

Join the newsletter HERE.
Subscribe to the rss feed HERE, or get these updates through TWITTER.

The sources for the updates on Nxter.org are (as always) our various Nxt BCT threads and Nxt forums.
If you are the one going to make the news, send a private notice to Nxter.org HERE or do it publicly HERE.



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March 06, 2014, 01:35:20 AM
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So i extracted 0.8.6 to a brand new directory and the only files that came with the release are in that directory. I ran "run.bat" and it synced up, i know this by checking getstate. When i attempt to unlock my account (by going to https://127.0.0.1:7875/) i put in my Secret phrase, click the "Unlock Account" button, and then the button grays out and the screen just sits there. When i getstate it shows: "numberOfUnlockedAccounts":0.

In the last releases SSL is by default disabled. Have you enabled it in the properties config file? Otherwise, you should be accessing through http://localhost:7875.
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March 06, 2014, 01:38:15 AM
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http://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1zo234/i_am_doing_some_research_and_would_like_to_hear/

A guy is asking for
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"I hope to be able to compare Ripple, Ethereum, Mastercoin, NXT and Coloured Coins - what features they offer, what advantages they have over one another, what are the drawbacks to various approaches taken and so forth.
I would like to know your opinion on what are the strengths and weaknesses of the above mentioned systems. Why do you think one is better than the other? Which one will be the one most widely used and why?"
Not very important, but still a good training

UPDATE: this is indeed important. he is the mod of /r/bitcoin and well respected!

Someone please answer him !!

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March 06, 2014, 01:46:18 AM
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Hey guys! I'm allwelder's friend.
If you want the price of NXT pumping up,
please go to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0 to vote NXT!!!
Www.btc38.com is the biggest Altcoins exchange in China.
It will be a great news to NXT if the site launch NXT!!!

Please!!!


Vote!

Expect the question; How are we going to implement NXT at BTC38?

Or have we learned from the past and made an instruction?

Whoever is our Chinese rep for NXT(I believe we have one right?) should work with opticalc or someone along those lines to help btc38 implement it if it comes to that.
I am willing to work with anyone to help BTC38.
I have contacted with BTC38,and as they said there will be more factors to be considered for adding to exchange, such as vote result,volume,popularity,coin-age,and so on.

So we just continue to do our promotion as we did.
Anyway,with more and more popularity,they need to add Nxt.




 
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@jl777 :
  give Jean-Luc more time to fix asset's bugs . Asset test has consumed  all of Jean-Luc' time.

we all know Jean-Luc is very very busy now.
i want to help Jean-Luc, but i cannot, because i failed debuging nxt.4.7 on Eclipse  a month ago.

Maybe i can lead the Asset test, save a little more time for Jean-Luc to do other things. After simple tests are over, i would like to launch Tulip Bubble TEST, who earned most testNxt will win the match.
I will donate 500 true Nxt to the winner.

later, i will upload my test application again in win32


here are some information for test user
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there are subtype values in asset  api
type =2
subtype=1 issue asset
             2 ask order
             3 bid order
             4 cancel ask order
             5 cancel bid order

about Asset name:
1. name must contain only digits and latin letters, so Chinese characters are invalid.
2. aaa = AAA
3. cannot use '-' in name , so A-A is invalid.
4. 3-10 characters, so AA is not valid.
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March 06, 2014, 02:02:06 AM
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What about apparently inactive founders?
Numerous nasty, and often unfounded, comments have been thrown at founders. These are not helpful, and will only have the effect of turning away these so called whales instead of engaging with them. I wonder if more will be actively engaging if there had been less of these negative attitude. Please realize that one way or another, founders have made a collective effort to help bring Nxt to where it is today. I see 3 broad strategies adopted by the founders to achieve this:-


and

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Strategy 3 (Long term)
All eyes are on a very small number of large founder accounts that don't seem to move. This, I think are founders who are taking a long term strategy. These founders have decided to hold substantial amounts to act as possible network defender of last resort. They provide the ammunition needed to fight off yet unknown threats which may require a large stake to defend or to fund more costly development and infrastructure further down the road. A possible example is Mr 47. If you think carefully (read between the lines) about his last 2 conditions, you'll see how that falls under strategy 3.


These paragraphs are nothing but pure unadulterated conjecture. There is absolutely NOTHING happening to indicate that this is what is happening. How you call for the community to stop being critical and speaking up is downright wrong.
We are doing all the work and we're not being awarded for it while at the same time these big founders are earning MILLIONS, yes MILLIONS of dollars just for investing 50-100 dollars back in September. That's a joke.


Also calling selling off NXT a "strategy" in relation to the development of NXT is just eye-bulgingly wtf?
No that is called greed. Nothing but pure greed. The same goes for the rest of the things you call "strategies", it's not a fucking strategy to get as much money as you can for yourself and treat those who work on NXT like slaves.

We've already lost several devs to NEM and countless activists due to this issue, how the hell are they "last resort defenders" ? What the hell gets you thinking that? Most founders (the good kind) that I am in contact with are even more furious and annoyed at their idleness.
If NXT starts collapsing (which is a real possibility with all the competition and zero incentive for new comers), then it wont matter if these people suddenly start offering up their by then worthless amounts.
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March 06, 2014, 02:04:07 AM
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BTC38 is asking about which coin to add next on their exchange. Please take a few minutes to let them know about Nxt:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.msg5525645#msg5525645


@2Kool4Skewl,
Could you help to add this vote on the first page of this thread for more pp to vote for?
TKS.

 
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Can someone give me the info for the latest block on testnet so I can verify I'm on the correct chain? I'm waiting for the blockchain to download so I can zip it and release my 0.8.6 installer for Testnet with Wesley's web interface.

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BTC38 is asking about which coin to add next on their exchange. Please take a few minutes to let them know about Nxt:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.msg5525645#msg5525645


@2Kool4Skewl,
Could you help to add this vote on the first page of this thread for more pp to vote for?
TKS.

NXT leads ... it has almost 100% bigger vote amount than the 2nd one.
Strange that 42 coin has got 0 votes ...
 

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Can someone give me the info for the latest block on testnet so I can verify I'm on the correct chain? I'm waiting for the blockchain to download so I can zip it and release my 0.8.6 installer for Testnet with Wesley's web interface.

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BTC38 is asking about which coin to add next on their exchange. Please take a few minutes to let them know about Nxt:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.msg5525645#msg5525645


@2Kool4Skewl,
Could you help to add this vote on the first page of this thread for more pp to vote for?
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+1. Please add it to the first page.
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If you can get asset trades denominated in other assets implemented, then NXT AE would be able to dominate all other centralized exchanges. Basically all cryptos supported by the gateway could be directly traded against any other crypto. It would be fantastic!

After trading, people could withdraw directly to their wallet whatever crypto they have assets for

I think this is a much bigger change than assets supporting fractions, but maybe its a conditional handling in Order.java for all the trades of an asset denominated in another asset. Even if BTC is the only other asset something can be denominated in, that would get us 90% of the benefit, but I think the way the code is structured, it would be almost the same work to allow arbitrary denominations based in other assets.

James

I'm a little unclear on this, so apologies if my understanding is flawed.

Could this be done atomically with chained transactions?

For example:
BTC -> NXT && NXT -> LTC
BTC -> NXT && NXT -> DOGE
etc...

Everything would be converted to NXT as intermediate hold, then immediately used to purchase the new asset.  If chained transactions can apply with atomicity, then goal is achieved.

except you get hit with bid/ask spread twice, instead of once. For low volume asset against NXT, the spreads could be unimaginably large. This is one of the big problems with ripple. everything goes through XRP and 5% spread one leg and 8% spread the other leg and it becomes untradeable.

Direct trading gives us the best advantage, well actually, it makes us the same as the exchanges as far as trading pairs

I think you could still do this with explicit trading pairs of BTC->LTC and BTC->DOGE, etc, and get a single spread.  The conversion to NXT would be behind the scenes, and denomination in NXT would become wholly unimportant for that trading pair (ie: the explicit trading pairs in/out of NXT would be completely unrelated).  Work would be in client, and not in core.

Some small transaction fee would need to be accounted for in NXT and siphoned as a trading fee.

(note: this assumes the premise that chained transactions are atomic).


Here's how I would approach it:
Step 1) allow trading Nxt against the top ten most popular coins directly to and from those coins

Step 2) Enable trading one coin for another using the BTC -> NXT && NXT -> LTC approach as a starting point to quickly allow that kind of trading between any different crypto pairs.

Step 3) Start allowing the trading of coins against other coins, again starting with the most popular, continue slowly adding more coins directly tradeable against Nxt as well.

Step 4) Do something along the lines of automatic arbitrage, let's say I want to trade Litecoin for Dogecoin, you look at all the other coin pairs that are being traded and find that the gap is smaller if you trade them through Bitcoin, so list that as a potential 3 way trade.  Nobody has to know that when that order completed, they didn't actually send Litecoin to someone in exchange for Dogecoin but actually had 3 trades execute simultaneously.  Potentially you could expand this to to 4 or 5 or 6 way trades, though at some point it just doesn't become worth it.  In this way, you actually close that gap between all the various cryptos.

Also, every time you trade a coin pair, keep in mind you'll have to feed the forgers, so the more people use us to trade coins in general, the more value Nxt becomes as forgers earn more of them.

I'd do this type of arbitrage on computers that are open to forge but not actively processing transactions but more or less sitting around idling.. eventually they'll also be doing decentralized computing for us.

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March 06, 2014, 02:38:13 AM
 #40916

Bulk of this ammunition has been sitting idle due to problems obtaining consensus. Remember how long the unclaimed funds debate dragged on? That's the price we have to pay for decentralization.

That's one reason I feel like we need to get the voting system up and running, put things up to a vote, winner decides it, and we move on.

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March 06, 2014, 02:40:29 AM
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BTC38 is asking about which coin to add next on their exchange. Please take a few minutes to let them know about Nxt:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.msg5525645#msg5525645


@2Kool4Skewl,
Could you help to add this vote on the first page of this thread for more pp to vote for?
TKS.

+1. Please add it to the first page.

agreed.
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March 06, 2014, 02:41:12 AM
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Java should not be integrated into Nxt client. No installation that requires admin rights!

for mass adoption:

If average joe must even click one time more to install NXT then install BTC, LTC of whatever other coin.... they will install the easiest one.

so forget mass adoption if it is even 1 click more complicated than other coins for installation.
Installer on run tells "Oh, you don't have Java installed! Download it from official site (instructions, video) and then run installer again".

There's also another way: generate a native Windows binary from NRS that doesn't require the Java run-time.

http://www.excelsiorjet.com/

It's a tad on the expensive side, but since no one is charging for NRS, the free-for-non-commercial-use license option might be applicable.

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March 06, 2014, 02:46:11 AM
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I got 5 NXT from 16228559550138619285 - thank you for whatever that was,,,, if it was a mistake PM me and I'll send it back...

thank you to 16228559550138619285 also from me Smiley
I noticed the donation quite late.... I think than it was a donation, when looking the last tx's Smiley

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March 06, 2014, 02:51:52 AM
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I heard this from the Texas Bitcoin live stream:

http://mybtc.cc/

Any thoughts? Would be nice to see a useable debit/transaction type card for Nxt.


Btw, great job RickyJames on your radio interview.
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