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March 15, 2014, 01:59:23 PM
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Will be there some plan to have some kind of "home page" for assets? I will buy shares of firm, startup, idea, coin ... and then I will go there (inside wallet?) and check:

  • actual details about firm or startup, idea, coin
  • what I actualy own and some details (in %, current price, etc..)
  • chat section using Nxt Arbitrary Messaging
  • connection directly to the firm owners using Nxt Arbitrary Messaging
  • graphs how well it is going

You could imagine it as Google Play only instead of "My Applications" section there will be "My Assets" and you will see there rich information about the current asset, people's reviews, live charts.

Is something like this planned? Even in super simple version for start = Informations + Nxt Arbitrary Messaging. I think it is very important for Nxt success.
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March 15, 2014, 02:03:19 PM
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Wesleyh

Your online client->Dashboard-> Green asset owned i see number 4, while I have only 2 assets.



What's your account id

13965125640011039998
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March 15, 2014, 02:03:38 PM
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Current sites about NXT are terrible.

I like my site Cry



Grin

sorry but it looks like from the last century

Thank god the last century is not far away Grin

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March 15, 2014, 02:07:03 PM
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http://www.cryptocoinstuff.com/ is supporting Nxt payments via coinpayments. I just sent them our stickers

Nxt tips: NXT-R67P-6BZ2-XWAK-8RHZR | Nxt forum | Nxt Academy | Donate for Nxt at the Universities // BTCD: RVMLrnxYYy7uy8YZo9FcGfXbk1ZMnNifdg
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March 15, 2014, 02:08:37 PM
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That is correct. However, there is no jurisdiction backing up his claim.

If a company doing an IPO on NXT isn't legally incorporated in a state or country, I'd stay the hell away from that investment.

Yep.

In many common law jurisdictions (perhaps civil law jurisdictions as well) "investors" in a common enterprise not carried on through a separate legal entity may be found to be partners in a general partnership and as such would be fully liable for the debts and liabilities of the partnership.

This, plus the fact that selling unregistered securities to the public is often prohibited, makes all these experiments very dangerous legally.


That seems to imply that any and all holders of NXT are "partners in a general partnership and as such would be fully liable for the debts and liabilities of the partnership," since we are all "'investors' in a common enterprise"...etc.

Is this a correct interpretation, cryptolawyer?

There is no legislation regarding cryptos directly, so there are no precedence to look to to provide a clear picture of what will happen in such cases. It really depends on how the court decides to few cryptos. But in the case that they view them in such a way, then applicable laws would apply.

The safest way to approach is to assume that if you can be criminally charged, you will be; If you can possibly be held liable, you will be sued. If you have a good attorney, your good intensions MAY be taken into account in court...Maybe.

The bottom line is that both sides of the fence cannot be played. I people want cryptos to be taken seriously, then we can't forget this. If we want cryptos to be seen as legal tender or legit currency, then we have to expect to have to play by the rules. There is no half way. It has to be all in our all out.

The fact is that some of the developments that have occurred, or are in the process of occurring with NXT leave ALOT of people exposed legally, and could be seen in court to be direct violations and criminal fraud. Truly a can of worms.



I have to admit that I am unsure as to whether a cryptocurrency by itself could be deemed to be a security and therefore form a basis for holders to be deemed partners in a partnership or to deem that an unregistered offering occurred when the initial currency was issued. In fact, the SEC here in the US mused over the issue last year, although they appear not to be pursuing that line of reasoning recently. In the US the outcome may turn on the application of the "Howey" test for securities, and may fail in the requirement that holders expect profits based solely on the efforts of others. Encouragingly, there are examples of non-crypto private currencies having been used for years in some towns in the US, and to my knowledge none have ever blown up in their users' hands.

"Shares" in non-entities where returns are expected from the operations of the non-entity are almost certainly securities under the Howey test, however, and in my opinion dealing in such shares is a much more likely activity to get people in trouble than just holding and using cryptos as a currency. And calling the issuance of these shares "IPOs" (a term widely understood to mean a registered offering) is akin to begging the regulators to take a closer look (and they won't like what they see).

Personally, I hold and use cryptos, as I view the risk of liability in that context to be minimal (and we have other regulators, like FinCEN, affirmatively stating as much in respect of other areas of law). I would not, however, invest in non-entities (crypto or otherwise); most forms of separate legal entities provide limited liability protection for their owners (admittedly to different degrees and subject to certain exceptions), and there is simply no good reason not to avail yourself of such protection. Even if the likelihood of being held personally liable for the business' liabilities is remote, why even go there?

Probably the most risky of all is publicly offering and selling unregistered securities (whether or not of a separate legal entity). In the US this is a textbook violation of SEC regulations and other laws, and my guess is that this is where we'll see the first legal action, either by the SEC itself and/or by an investor who loses money.

And while I am a lawyer, I am not YOUR lawyer, and none of the above is legal advice.

In your opinion, what are the possibilities that the NXT community could be seen as a "general partnership" in the terms that you previously mentioned?(Concerning the fact that we have elected committees who have termed themselves "governance" and are seeking to enter into contracts with potential investors, communal asset gateways with holding accounts for the purpose of holding others funds, ETC. all under the pretense of being a decentralized ecosystem.)

I am not trying to be negative, but from what I understand and based on advice that I have received this seems to me to be something that may be a reason of concern for everyone involved;  I would like to know your opinion.
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March 15, 2014, 02:08:53 PM
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Wesleyh

Your online client->Dashboard-> Green asset owned i see number 4, while I have only 2 assets.



What's your account id

13965125640011039998

Oh man, it "assets OWNED", my bad English Smiley IMO it should be real situation of assets owning.
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We could hire http://www.tectonica.co/. They also interested in bitcoins.
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March 15, 2014, 02:14:56 PM
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Are there some people left who're NOT dumping their Nxt? I see a lot of whales want out.

Why exactly is it?

show me more than 2 dumping whales in last 6 days:
http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=10715382765594435905
- everyone is buying

This is what scares me. I noticed this too, that this price decrease has been done by only 2 guys and about 3M NXT in last 10 days. These 2 guys have still 60M together.
 
I hope other whales don't follow these two.

Why ? We need big whales to spend their money so that the coin is more fairly distributed. Best would be if this is done via forum or private deals though, so that it doesn't affect exchanges.

Funny how one day people are complaining about "Whales" sitting on their NXT, and the next day they are complaining that the "Whales" are putting NXT into circulation. Cheesy
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March 15, 2014, 02:22:11 PM
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Are there some people left who're NOT dumping their Nxt? I see a lot of whales want out.

Why exactly is it?

show me more than 2 dumping whales in last 6 days:
http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=10715382765594435905
- everyone is buying

This is what scares me. I noticed this too, that this price decrease has been done by only 2 guys and about 3M NXT in last 10 days. These 2 guys have still 60M together.
 
I hope other whales don't follow these two.

Why ? We need big whales to spend their money so that the coin is more fairly distributed. Best would be if this is done via forum or private deals though, so that it doesn't affect exchanges.

Funny how one day people are complaining about "Whales" sitting on their NXT, and the next day they are complaining that the "Whales" are putting NXT into circulation. Cheesy

I noticed that too. Think it's two, different breeds of people? Or do you think people really just change their opinions based on their current state of emotion?

Nxt:  NXT-5BHG-9VRE-QGW6-DRZVQ
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March 15, 2014, 02:24:01 PM
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why nextcoin.org is always downtime? Shocked
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March 15, 2014, 02:28:35 PM
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Here it is in NON-Greek. NXT needs a USDollar to NXT exchange preferably in New York. NXT does not need listed on another exchange that must first have funds pass through BTC before NXT.

The Chinese can buy NXT directly with Yuan at bter, Americans or anyone with dollars cannot buy NXT without first buying BTC.

I take it you didn't read beyond the first paragraph in my post where I talk about NXT to USD exchanges needed.

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March 15, 2014, 02:28:44 PM
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And while I am a lawyer, I am not YOUR lawyer, and none of the above is legal advice.

What is your opinion on Ethereum IPO? Can they offer it to US citizens?
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March 15, 2014, 02:34:52 PM
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Funny how one day people are complaining about "Whales" sitting on their NXT, and the next day they are complaining that the "Whales" are putting NXT into circulation. Cheesy

I noticed that too. Think it's two, different breeds of people? Or do you think people really just change their opinions based on their current state of emotion?

BCTsophrenia - they have multiple BCT personalities and their opinion depends on which if these they post with....

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March 15, 2014, 02:35:02 PM
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I read your post mr_random. I have been saying the same thing for 800 pages of this thread. Still atomic-trade is not up and running. Vault of Satoshi is no longer serving U.S. customers. Coinpayments.net is closing down. Screw these third party exchanges. Nxt needs its own, or better yet a bunch of them.

Seeking solutions to the BTC before NXT conundrum.

Here it is in NON-Greek. NXT needs a USDollar to NXT exchange preferably in New York. NXT does not need listed on another exchange that must first have funds pass through BTC before NXT.

The Chinese can buy NXT directly with Yuan at bter, Americans or anyone with dollars cannot buy NXT without first buying BTC.

I take it you didn't read beyond the first paragraph in my post where I talk about NXT to USD exchanges needed.
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March 15, 2014, 02:38:10 PM
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Hi guys
I have 8 blocks generated account 279885436519966433
is there a reward ? Smiley
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March 15, 2014, 02:38:25 PM
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Are there some people left who're NOT dumping their Nxt? I see a lot of whales want out.

Why exactly is it?

show me more than 2 dumping whales in last 6 days:
http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=3000&acc=10715382765594435905
- everyone is buying

This is what scares me. I noticed this too, that this price decrease has been done by only 2 guys and about 3M NXT in last 10 days. These 2 guys have still 60M together.
 
I hope other whales don't follow these two.

Why ? We need big whales to spend their money so that the coin is more fairly distributed. Best would be if this is done via forum or private deals though, so that it doesn't affect exchanges.

Funny how one day people are complaining about "Whales" sitting on their NXT, and the next day they are complaining that the "Whales" are putting NXT into circulation. Cheesy

I noticed that too. Think it's two, different breeds of people? Or do you think people really just change their opinions based on their current state of emotion?

Don't really know. I don't keep tabs on who is posting what opinion. Just think it's funny.  Cheesy
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March 15, 2014, 02:39:40 PM
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sorry but it looks like from the last century

Thank god the last century is not far away Grin

www.mynxt.org
Hope it is a little more 2011-like now.

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March 15, 2014, 02:47:17 PM
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Hey guys!

Gamblex has added NXT to our exchange and our gambling site. It will be fully implemented, that means we will also sell shares that distribute a part of the NXT fee revenue to stakeholders.

Check out our thread and maybe Invest!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=498311.msg5676745#msg5676745


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March 15, 2014, 02:56:28 PM
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http://www.nxtshop.eu/ finally added some personal info - breta is a long time member of the czech mini-community on nextcoin.org, but I don't know him personally. But prices are quite cheap, so - buy buy buy Cheesy

Very cool.

However, this really brings to mind a thought of what really peaked my interest in Nxt, websites in the nxt:// network. Has anyone implemented this yet? Do we have a road map regarding development and implementation of this feature. I'd be very interested in speaking with someone that has in depth knowledge in this.

Perhaps we could start a thread to discuss use cases a future development.

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nxt:// looks great Cool
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