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June 22, 2016, 04:27:40 PM
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In case you missed it:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/rogeraitken/2016/06/21/nxt-crypto-blockchain-team-prepares-ardor-scalable-child-chain-platform/#6a7fe26c349b
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June 26, 2016, 01:10:34 AM
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It looks like Ardor gaining interest, nxt is at $17M marketcap  Smiley
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June 26, 2016, 01:23:59 AM
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It would really be time for NXT to hit 5000 satoshi, or even more. I think the future is optimistic for NXT. We can correct what ETH messed up.

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June 26, 2016, 02:14:40 AM
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Its just a good timing when I bought nxt at cheap price. Now I have doubled my BTC value overnight Smiley
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June 26, 2016, 02:17:19 AM
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Its just a good timing when I bought nxt at cheap price. Now I have doubled my BTC value overnight Smiley


I was right around the high 1400 and low 1500. I don't remember what the price was when I posted the NXT 2 speculation thread, I think we were hovering around 16.  Sold a good chunks and waiting for the next spike. The plan for Ardor seemed pretty clear once people caught on.
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June 26, 2016, 02:23:03 AM
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Its just a good timing when I bought nxt at cheap price. Now I have doubled my BTC value overnight Smiley


I was right around the high 1400 and low 1500. I don't remember what the price was when I posted the NXT 2 speculation thread, I think we were hovering around 16.  Sold a good chunks and waiting for the next spike. The plan for Ardor seemed pretty clear once people caught on.

Nxt will be as good when 2.0 comes out . See where NEM , waves and now ARDOR derived from.
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June 26, 2016, 02:25:15 AM
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Its just a good timing when I bought nxt at cheap price. Now I have doubled my BTC value overnight Smiley


I was right around the high 1400 and low 1500. I don't remember what the price was when I posted the NXT 2 speculation thread, I think we were hovering around 16.  Sold a good chunks and waiting for the next spike. The plan for Ardor seemed pretty clear once people caught on.

Nxt will be as good when 2.0 comes out . See where NEM , waves and now ARDOR derived from.

It was a really smart move for the community to skip an ICO. I would imagine the prospects of 1000s of BTC would be appealing for development, this allows everyone to get in without the distribute blackcloud over NXT. In the next 6 months, top 5 potential.
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June 26, 2016, 06:42:40 AM
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Its just a good timing when I bought nxt at cheap price. Now I have doubled my BTC value overnight Smiley


I was right around the high 1400 and low 1500. I don't remember what the price was when I posted the NXT 2 speculation thread, I think we were hovering around 16.  Sold a good chunks and waiting for the next spike. The plan for Ardor seemed pretty clear once people caught on.

Nxt will be as good when 2.0 comes out . See where NEM , waves and now ARDOR derived from.

It was a really smart move for the community to skip an ICO. I would imagine the prospects of 1000s of BTC would be appealing for development, this allows everyone to get in without the distribute blackcloud over NXT. In the next 6 months, top 5 potential.

Yeah! And really nice to see that the solid work of the Nxt developers finally pays out. Nxt tech is so advanced but only few people know about it. Look for example what you can do with the Nxt asset exchange in combination with phased transactions, those are really DAO-like features without the risk of a system with turing-completeness!

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June 26, 2016, 06:55:48 AM
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Nxt 2.0 Ardor in Cointelegraph

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Ardor - New Competitor to Ethereum Arises Amidst Reports of The DAO Attack

Ardor, a “child chain” platform developed by the Nxt core dev team, is announced. The news comes amidst reports of The DAO hack. The event, which led to up 3 million Ether being lost to attackers, has had a very negative impact on Ethereum - the most popular Blockchain-as-a-Service platform so far.

Read more: https://cointelegraph.com/news/ardor-new-competitor-to-ethereum-arises-amidst-reports-of-the-dao-attack

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June 26, 2016, 09:48:17 AM
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Special Ardor celebration discount!
Nxt Vanity Account Names at half the price for one week:
https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=11025.msg219828#msg219828
 Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy

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June 26, 2016, 09:44:49 PM
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Is it possible to forge using the web wallet?
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June 26, 2016, 11:37:03 PM
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Is it possible to forge using the web wallet?

From https://nxtforum.org/mynxt-info/online-wallet-road-map/msg28924/#msg28924

Hi! Wallet.mynxt.info account is not forging! will online wallet ever forge?
You should lease your forging power. That can be implemented. You can't forge yourself with online wallet as that requires server having total access to your passphrase.  You need to run NRS (and have complete copy of blockchain) to forge.
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June 27, 2016, 01:35:22 AM
Last edit: June 27, 2016, 12:35:50 PM by VanBreuk
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This question is starting to show up, so to anyone wondering - The MyNxt Online Wallet works just fine for Ardor snapshots and distribution. More details at - https://nxtforum.org/mynxt-info/mynxt-online-wallet-is-ready-for-ardor-distribution

Is it possible to forge using the web wallet?

Like habraken quoted above, this is something that MyNxt will hopefully find time to implement but there's no plugin or click-and-go method to forge with MyNxt Wallet balances right now.

The option would be indeed to lease your forging power to a pool, and to do that now you can export your MyNxt Online Wallet in order to use the accounts with the core Nxt Client, then send the leasing transaction from there. As the pool distributes the forged NXT, you'll see the transactions arrive in your MyNxt Online Wallet as well - since it basically displays what the corresponding Nxt account/s hold.

There is a full Nxt Client plugin available in the MyNxt Wallet, and in theory a leasing transaction should be feasible using that plugin, but I'm not 100% sure about that. I'll ask Tosch, the MyNxt lead dev, to confirm.

Edit: Yes, the full Nxt Client plugin in MyNxt wallet will also allow to lease effective balance from your MyNxt account.
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June 27, 2016, 05:42:49 PM
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@habraken and VanBreuk

Thanks for the information! I read you can forge either solo or in a pool. Is forging in a pool what you refer to as leasing my forging power to a pool, or is this something else?

I first created my account using Mynxt online wallet, choosing both a login name and a master password. Then, I sent some coins to the account from an exchange. Finally, I downloaded the Nxt client and the whole blockchain. I connected the client to the same account ID as I got in the online wallet, but when I tried setting the account name, I got the error: Invalid password.

Am I supposed to use the master password or the login password? Neither of them will work, and I have double checked that I am in fact using the same passwords.
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June 27, 2016, 05:56:14 PM
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@habraken and VanBreuk

Thanks for the information! I read you can forge either solo or in a pool. Is forging in a pool what you refer to as leasing my forging power to a pool, or is this something else?

I first created my account using Mynxt online wallet, choosing both a login name and a master password. Then, I sent some coins to the account from an exchange. Finally, I downloaded the Nxt client and the whole blockchain. I connected the client to the same account ID as I got in the online wallet, but when I tried setting the account name, I got the error: Invalid password.

Am I supposed to use the master password or the login password? Neither of them will work, and I have double checked that I am in fact using the same passwords.
It's neither of those two.
VanBreuk have written a small guide about it here: https://nxtforum.org/mynxt-info/accessing-your-mynxt-wallet-accounts-in-the-nxt-client/
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June 27, 2016, 06:41:06 PM
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Is forging in a pool what you refer to as leasing my forging power to a pool?

Yes.

About the passwords, and besides the guide to use the MyNxt wallet accounts in the Nxt Client shared by stenkross (which refers to this question): when you use the core Nxt Client, you unlock accounts using the secret passphrase. And in MyNxt you use a different master password, which works to generate the secret passphrase needed to operate the wallet accounts - instead of using the secret passphrase directly. This route is followed for security reasons, and allows MyNxt to work without knowing the secret passphrases for all the Nxt accounts in the wallet.

So the MyNxt master password works for MyNxt Online Wallet. And if you want to operate with the accounts you have in MyNxt Wallet using the Nxt Client, you need to export your MyNxt Wallet following the guide stenkross shared above. Exporting your MyNxt Wallet allows you to obtain the actual secret passphrase for your account, and then you can use it fully with the Nxt Client in your computer.
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June 27, 2016, 07:21:02 PM
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@VanBreuk and stenkross

Thanks a lot. I forgot to say hello to everyone, I am new here (as you can tell).

Is it still profitable to CPU mine in conncection with the monetary system? If I have 1500 Nxt coins, it it better to forge in a pool or solo?
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June 28, 2016, 09:43:02 AM
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So how nxt 2.0 is created ?
Old NXT1.0 0.5:1 ok
what with rest of nxt2.0 coins?
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June 28, 2016, 09:53:17 AM
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So how nxt 2.0 is created ?
Old NXT1.0 0.5:1 ok
what with rest of nxt2.0 coins?

For 1 NXT 1.0 coin you buy before July 14th you get:
==> 1 ARDOR forging token.
==> 0.5 NXT 2.0
==> 1 NXT 1.0 doesn't disappear, you keep it.

ARDOR - Blockchain as a Service. Three birds with one stone. /// Do not hold NXT at exchanges, NXT wallets: core+lite, mobile Android
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June 28, 2016, 10:48:48 AM
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So how nxt 2.0 is created ?
Old NXT1.0 0.5:1 ok
what with rest of nxt2.0 coins?

For 1 NXT 1.0 coin you buy before July 14th you get:
==> 1 ARDOR forging token.
==> 0.5 NXT 2.0
==> 1 NXT 1.0 doesn't disappear, you keep it.

Just one detail so there's no confusion... the distribution for Ardor happens to all accounts in the Nxt network, regardless of when you got your NXT. Someone who bought NXT in early 2014 and hasn't touched them since will receive the tokens like everyone else when the snapshot period ends. This post here has a summary of the process.
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