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March 17, 2014, 10:58:45 AM
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Hey guys, please test http://nxtra.org/nxt-client-trustless

Let me know if you find any errors. (Sending messages, sending nxt, anything that is a form basically).

I can't forge - just get: "secretPhrase" not specified error.


Oh yeah, thanks, need to make an exception for forging, as far as I know this DOES require you send your password to the server.. (Because it needs to be able to sign the generated block).
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March 17, 2014, 11:00:02 AM
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its really starting to look like people loosing faith in nxt now rather then whales dumping... :/ and some of the conversations in here on top its sorta worrisome.. 
I just sold half my other cryptos at a bit of a loss and bought more NXT. I am not planning on selling any NXT for at least the next two years. By then I may be able to work full time on NXT or retire.
Good strategy! Nxt has a big community and is a great concept. It will survive over a lot of altcoins! HODL!  Grin

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March 17, 2014, 11:02:06 AM
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James, there's more issues than nodecoin and that's what's being referenced here.  Salsa and others are pushing to rent out space in parallel blockchains to store data/files/entire websites and this has nothing to do with nodecoin and everything to do with creating bloated blockchains.  


dude who cares if parallel blockchains are bloated. if you dont like it than dont run them! Cheesy

I don't believe that approach would increase the outside world's confidence in NXT as a reliable 2.0 financial services cryptocurrency.

Why is that? With many parallel chains, people only secure the chains they are most interested in (aka, the most profitable). And since even a raspi can handle many 10-100 TPS chains easily (depending on bandwidth), no chain should ever go unsupported. With parallel chains, you don't have to take on the bloat of the entire network, only the chains you support. This is a much more effective approach than simply trying to bruteforce a single chain to 1000 TPS as soon as possible.

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March 17, 2014, 11:03:07 AM
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my guy is still coding his webshop modules for Nxt.
I had no news, but the first module should be ready this week Smiley

Will be for woocommerce in WP.

shoppers I contacted asked me for integration of:

bitpay 

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March 17, 2014, 11:03:12 AM
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Oh yeah, thanks, need to make an exception for forging, as far as I know this DOES require you send your password to the server.. (Because it needs to be able to sign the generated block).

Hmm... I wonder if we could do anything to improve that situation (maybe via a websocket?).

If we are going to have "trustless" then it would be best if it *was trustless* (i.e. no exception).

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March 17, 2014, 11:05:50 AM
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my guy is still coding his webshop modules for Nxt.
I had no news, but the first module should be ready this week Smiley

Will be for woocommerce in WP.

shoppers I contacted asked me for integration of:

bitpay 

Shopify

woocommerce integration

wordpress plugin

lightweight wallet like mulitbit

Hi Salsa,

Thanks for this list Smiley
woocommerce is first as a test case and because it also is easy to integrate.
From that, we will need to diversify, but should be easier as it's basically an adaptation of the same principle.
I am looking forward to the mail he is going to send me. Been waiting for this thing for a while now Smiley

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March 17, 2014, 11:09:51 AM
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James, there's more issues than nodecoin and that's what's being referenced here.  Salsa and others are pushing to rent out space in parallel blockchains to store data/files/entire websites and this has nothing to do with nodecoin and everything to do with creating bloated blockchains.  


dude who cares if parallel blockchains are bloated. if you dont like it than dont run them! Cheesy

I don't believe that approach would increase the outside world's confidence in NXT as a reliable 2.0 financial services cryptocurrency.

Oh ricky, just to remind you: my guy is still coding his webshop modules for Nxt.
I had no news, but the first module should be ready this week Smiley
Will be for woocommerce in WP.

There are still people working on the 1.0 stuff, even though I also think it won't be the future, but it ís good for the "now".

Great news Damelon!! Thanks!
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March 17, 2014, 11:09:54 AM
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And project kharon?

Put on hold coz zombies disappeared and left us without data to work with. Smiley
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March 17, 2014, 11:10:38 AM
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And project kharon?

Put on hold coz zombies disappeared and left us without data to work with. Smiley
And the shopping module?

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March 17, 2014, 11:11:24 AM
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Is there a technical reason why an acct without NXT cannot receive asset via transferAsset?

Does that account exist on the blockchain?
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March 17, 2014, 11:11:51 AM
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72 Stakeholders??? WTF This must be a scam, tell me why there are only 72 Stakeholders???

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March 17, 2014, 11:12:10 AM
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And the shopping module?

What shopping module?
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March 17, 2014, 11:12:14 AM
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Oh yeah, thanks, need to make an exception for forging, as far as I know this DOES require you send your password to the server.. (Because it needs to be able to sign the generated block).

Hmm... I wonder if we could do anything to improve that situation (maybe via a websocket?).

If we are going to have "trustless" then it would be best if it *was trustless* (i.e. no exception).


The auth token should be able to be signed locally, right? Since the auth token contains the hash of both the secret phrase and server, this should prove ownership of the account...

Perhaps this can be a feature integrated in the NXT core? And only allow auth tokens generated recently to start forging, so old ones can't be abused.

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March 17, 2014, 11:12:18 AM
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Oh yeah, thanks, need to make an exception for forging, as far as I know this DOES require you send your password to the server.. (Because it needs to be able to sign the generated block).

Hmm... I wonder if we could do anything to improve that situation (maybe via a websocket?).

If we are going to have "trustless" then it would be best if it *was trustless* (i.e. no exception).


Right, fix online now at http://nxtra.org/nxt-client-trustless

Still sends the pw to the server though, would need an API available but websockets are a good idea or something like that might be a good idea.
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March 17, 2014, 11:14:18 AM
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And the shopping module?

What shopping module?

I think he means the Store Front.

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March 17, 2014, 11:14:36 AM
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Here I am trying to invite devs - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515980.msg5702106#msg5702106  Java programmers needed - hiring, up to 10 million Nxt for development  (Read 213 times)

+ http://justpaste.it/nxt-intro-4-academics

the link is also here:
http://www.reddit.com/r/cryptography/comments/20kwag/nxt_invites_cryptographers_devs_researchers_build/

It can be shared on more places... Maybe if jl777 and rickyjames provided more info Smiley

hi sorry you are missing the point. this is a very amateur listing.

how much do you pay per hour? can the devs have contracts? why don't you post a proper job description with approximations for the number of hours needed etc?

"we are hiring, there are java bounties, send emails to X,Y" is  not OK.

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March 17, 2014, 11:14:44 AM
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Good point!! Are there any people working on NXT who don't have a big enough stake to stay motivated? If there are we need to help them get a big stake. Maybe give them an option to buy in at a fixed price down the track.

I would give the option to James.

I second this motion.
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March 17, 2014, 11:21:56 AM
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Is there a technical reason why an acct without NXT cannot receive asset via transferAsset?

Does that account exist on the blockchain?
No public key

Edit: found problem, during rearranging code, the part that loads the password wasnt called, so a secretphrase of "" probably deserves to get an error Smiley

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March 17, 2014, 11:23:33 AM
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Still sends the pw to the server though, would need an API available but websockets are a good idea or something like that might be a good idea.

Yup - something to mull over and discuss with JL I think.

BTW - I tried "Add Contact" (to an unused address) and now I am just stuck on that dialog (Submitting button disabled and nothing responds).

Also I have sent you several "messages" about other things.

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March 17, 2014, 11:23:54 AM
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Good point!! Are there any people working on NXT who don't have a big enough stake to stay motivated? If there are we need to help them get a big stake. Maybe give them an option to buy in at a fixed price down the track.

I would give the option to James.

I second this motion.

Agreed, James is a critical guy for NXT and needs to have enough incentive to stay super motivated, like he has been so far.

What about you ricky, how well-hung are you when it comes to NXT? You're a key figure in this community too.
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