Bitcoin Forum
October 16, 2019, 03:34:37 AM *
News: Latest Bitcoin Core release: 0.18.1 [Torrent]
 
   Home   Help Search Login Register More  
Pages: « 1 ... 1724 1725 1726 1727 1728 1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 1760 1761 1762 1763 1764 1765 1766 1767 1768 1769 1770 1771 1772 1773 [1774] 1775 1776 1777 1778 1779 1780 1781 1782 1783 1784 1785 1786 1787 1788 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 1800 1801 1802 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1810 1811 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824 ... 1941 »
  Print  
Author Topic: NEM (XEM) Official Thread - 100% New Code - Easy To Use APIs  (Read 2911994 times)
This is a self-moderated topic. If you do not want to be moderated by the person who started this topic, create a new topic.
fragout
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1241
Merit: 1011



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 10:18:30 AM
 #35461

Could someone tell me why today was a price surge of NEM(XEM)? What news affected it?

Its because the 500 million Nem that were stolen are effectively burned and coincheck issued a statement saying they would pay back any customers that held Nem with JPY. It is assumed if this actually happens, those or some of those customers will re-buy any Nem they lost.
So less supply with more demand = price rise
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1571196877
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1571196877

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1571196877
Reply with quote  #2

1571196877
Report to moderator
wanggq8877
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 239
Merit: 11


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 11:21:55 AM
 #35462

The new architecture itself to continuously improve the technology and industry innovator explorer Spirit, rich product system, will let the block chain services get more breakthroughs in the mainstream industry. It is great.
moli1
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 182
Merit: 118



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 12:00:14 PM
 #35463

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.
NorrisK
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1736
Merit: 1003



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 05:45:44 PM
 #35464

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.

It's kind of crazy that an exchange has so much money to pay back a theft like this..

I hope that money comes from early holdings of the owners and not trading fees, otherwise it goes to show how much these players are making (and even worse, how this was not invested into improving security).
Endorphinity
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 378
Merit: 101


dApps Development Automation Platform


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 05:56:43 PM
 #35465

I decided to keep this coin for several years. It seems to me that this is a strong project, which will soon be actively developed. In a few years, these coins will make me a rich man  Roll Eyes

nemwanderer
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 230
Merit: 100


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 06:07:36 PM
 #35466

I decided to keep this coin for several years. It seems to me that this is a strong project, which will soon be actively developed. In a few years, these coins will make me a rich man  Roll Eyes

Rather annoyingly it's getting no hype when people talk about altcoins for 2018 etc etc. The bull case is that in a few months we see just how much traction it has gained with Japanese and other corporates, and unlike other coins which hold promise but no results, this one delivers credible use cases and partnerships.

IF that happens this one will go up 20x this year.
ruletheworld
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1316
Merit: 1045


View Profile WWW
January 28, 2018, 06:13:28 PM
 #35467

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.

It's kind of crazy that an exchange has so much money to pay back a theft like this..

I hope that money comes from early holdings of the owners and not trading fees, otherwise it goes to show how much these players are making (and even worse, how this was not invested into improving security).

The suspicion is that the majority of the NEM funds lost actually belonged to the exchange, not the customers. So that might explain how they are able to make their customers whole.
moli1
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 182
Merit: 118



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 06:42:39 PM
 #35468

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.

It's kind of crazy that an exchange has so much money to pay back a theft like this..

I hope that money comes from early holdings of the owners and not trading fees, otherwise it goes to show how much these players are making (and even worse, how this was not invested into improving security).
Yeah it seems very strange that how exchange owner will refund so much money?
Have they earned so much money with exchange? it is also their own fault, they should have maintained security that nobody could not hack exchange.
Now they will have to refund $425 million. Hope so after this incident they will secure exchange much better than before.
Alohaboy?!
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 1050
Merit: 506



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 07:17:21 PM
 #35469

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.

It's kind of crazy that an exchange has so much money to pay back a theft like this..

I hope that money comes from early holdings of the owners and not trading fees, otherwise it goes to show how much these players are making (and even worse, how this was not invested into improving security).
Yeah it seems very strange that how exchange owner will refund so much money?
Have they earned so much money with exchange? it is also their own fault, they should have maintained security that nobody could not hack exchange.
Now they will have to refund $425 million. Hope so after this incident they will secure exchange much better than before.


Big exchanges like upbit etc seem to make round above 300 mio+ a year. CC got a lot Xem themselves, so I think they can achieve that

The new Cryptocurrency book "The Magical World of Cryptocurrencies" is out now and available for free to everyone!
Make sure to contribute and give something back to the community.
Visit https://coined1.com or the bitcointalk.org thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5088332.0;topicseen
ruletheworld
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1316
Merit: 1045


View Profile WWW
January 28, 2018, 07:41:24 PM
 #35470

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.

It's kind of crazy that an exchange has so much money to pay back a theft like this..

I hope that money comes from early holdings of the owners and not trading fees, otherwise it goes to show how much these players are making (and even worse, how this was not invested into improving security).
Yeah it seems very strange that how exchange owner will refund so much money?
Have they earned so much money with exchange? it is also their own fault, they should have maintained security that nobody could not hack exchange.
Now they will have to refund $425 million. Hope so after this incident they will secure exchange much better than before.


Big exchanges like upbit etc seem to make round above 300 mio+ a year. CC got a lot Xem themselves, so I think they can achieve that

There's no official word from the exchange, but it seems that they are themselves a large holder of NEM and likely a significant % of the lost funds belonged to them, not the customers.
aratalawrence
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 224
Merit: 0


View Profile WWW
January 28, 2018, 07:52:14 PM
 #35471

Thanks to all for an answer. Wink
It makes sense now.
zoom_rich
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 277
Merit: 250



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 08:59:53 PM
 #35472

We might never know exactly what did lead to the loss of the coins from CC.

I know fungibility is one of the key facts in Crypto. But what are the actions right now ?

Sure the foundation could just do nothing and let the markets collapse when the hacker is selling, but how would that help anyone involved.

In a true decentralized way, there is no possibilty to just hardfork and move on like ETH did.

How I get it is, that the devs try to flag the accounts and make it at least harder to sell the stolen coins. They can just help sending those mosaics, but anyone could develop such a tool and send mosaics. Whether it helps the exchanges in the longrun is not in the hands of the foundation. But that´s a good thing. They can´t "solve" this issue, but doing their best.

I would love to hear your solution/way to do it better

The best (re)action "right now" is doing nothing.

Don't try to "help."  That is counterproductive.

Those who formerly had NEM on a vulnerable exchange deserve to lose their coins.  They are by definition weak hands for letting someone take their coins.

Helping them with convoluted, unworkable tainting nonsense only encourages them to make the same mistake again.

They need tough love so they learn a lesson, not indulgence so they learn to depend on bailouts.

The best thing is for the stolen coins to be redistributed into stronger hands.  The attacker has already taken the first step by helping himself to the weaklings' coins.

The next step is to sell them off and hope NEM is antifragile enough to survive and emerge stronger from the harsh lessons in security and fungibility.

The hacker or whatever must be rewarded for finding the vulnerability, or it will discourage others from pen-testing.  The mechanism for that to happen is for those with empty bags to pay the hacker to refill them.  The re-buyers will thus have more skin in the game and not be so greedy and careless in the future.  That goes for the exchange as well as its customers.

NEM devs and community must also work on making their coin fungible and their network permissionless and decentralized.

But they don't want to do that.  Every architectural and organizational governance design decision shows NEM is fully intended to be the vanity project of one Satoshi-wannabe guy.

If Bitcoin can recover from dozens of MtGoxes and be stronger than ever WTF is NEM's excuse for treating its users like little babies who must be mollycoddled and protected from the consequences of their poor decisions?

Look to Bitcoin's history for an example of leaderless governance and antifragility to emulate.  Look to Monero for an example of 100% fungible (IE cannot be tainted) coins moving through a permissionless (IE can't be evil) network.

A little harsh, no? But your logic is damned sound. Harsh truths for a HODLer of my scale.

I’d like to see gentlemand’s response to this.

I do agree that the NEM team congratulating themselves on this is a bit ridiculous. But equally it isn’t their fault and they’re just trying to help. Remember that NEM is far more commercial a project than BTC and accordingly will have more sympathy and centralized governance you rail against.

What do others here think?

I just don't like the idea of not having compassion for those who lost their Nems. People will make human mistakes, especially when everything seems to be going good. It's not easy to lose money. But forget about crypto, the tone was like saying, "He was walking, got distracted because he noticed a full moon, a criminal saw his distraction, tripped him, landed face first and broke his face and got his wallet stolen. That's good for him for not paying attention, let the stronger one, the criminal that noticed his distraction have the money. He deserves it more."


What ideas you like or don't like have zero bearing on the facts of the matter.

Nobody denied that "people will make human mistakes."  The debate is about the best way to go forward given that completely obvious and undisputed fact.

Your cherry-picked analogy is idiotic.  Buying NEM because you are a greedy moonchild and choosing to keep it on an exchange is nothing like walking and being distracted.

Please try to stick to the actual highly technical subject matter instead of retreating into lazy, derpy generalizations and obviously misleading, self-pitying, irrelevant nonsense about victimology.

The topic of this thread is NEM and the reported hack of an exchange.  If you cannot participate in that discussion in a meaningful way, shut the hell up and listen to the adults talk.

Better yet, go read some Nassim Taleb and come back when you are ready to accept responsibility for your regrettable decisions instead of demanding bailouts and sympathy.

Your fragile little emotions are not important.  Nobody cares how you feel, especially when you mewl for "compassion" like a goddamn infant.  This is crypto, not day care.  Grow up and learn to function in the harsh realities of the real world.  Or perish.  Bitcoin doesn't care one way or the other, and neither do I.

Boy, you were triggered, I guess there must have been some truth to what I said. Fragile emotions you said? In my post I was strictly talking about having some compassion for people who lost their money, whether they had it on the exchange because they were trading, or because they used the exchange as a wallet. You're bringing up other stuff, when I'm simply talking about character and not having the attitude of "those who lost it are weaklings, and the hacker is the stronger one." I'm responding specifically to that, I can do that.

Especially a coin like Nem, which was originally created with the little guy in mind, and then evolved into what we see today.
nemwanderer
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 230
Merit: 100


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 09:04:04 PM
 #35473

We might never know exactly what did lead to the loss of the coins from CC.

I know fungibility is one of the key facts in Crypto. But what are the actions right now ?

Sure the foundation could just do nothing and let the markets collapse when the hacker is selling, but how would that help anyone involved.

In a true decentralized way, there is no possibilty to just hardfork and move on like ETH did.

How I get it is, that the devs try to flag the accounts and make it at least harder to sell the stolen coins. They can just help sending those mosaics, but anyone could develop such a tool and send mosaics. Whether it helps the exchanges in the longrun is not in the hands of the foundation. But that´s a good thing. They can´t "solve" this issue, but doing their best.

I would love to hear your solution/way to do it better

The best (re)action "right now" is doing nothing.

Don't try to "help."  That is counterproductive.

Those who formerly had NEM on a vulnerable exchange deserve to lose their coins.  They are by definition weak hands for letting someone take their coins.

Helping them with convoluted, unworkable tainting nonsense only encourages them to make the same mistake again.

They need tough love so they learn a lesson, not indulgence so they learn to depend on bailouts.

The best thing is for the stolen coins to be redistributed into stronger hands.  The attacker has already taken the first step by helping himself to the weaklings' coins.

The next step is to sell them off and hope NEM is antifragile enough to survive and emerge stronger from the harsh lessons in security and fungibility.

The hacker or whatever must be rewarded for finding the vulnerability, or it will discourage others from pen-testing.  The mechanism for that to happen is for those with empty bags to pay the hacker to refill them.  The re-buyers will thus have more skin in the game and not be so greedy and careless in the future.  That goes for the exchange as well as its customers.

NEM devs and community must also work on making their coin fungible and their network permissionless and decentralized.

But they don't want to do that.  Every architectural and organizational governance design decision shows NEM is fully intended to be the vanity project of one Satoshi-wannabe guy.

If Bitcoin can recover from dozens of MtGoxes and be stronger than ever WTF is NEM's excuse for treating its users like little babies who must be mollycoddled and protected from the consequences of their poor decisions?

Look to Bitcoin's history for an example of leaderless governance and antifragility to emulate.  Look to Monero for an example of 100% fungible (IE cannot be tainted) coins moving through a permissionless (IE can't be evil) network.

A little harsh, no? But your logic is damned sound. Harsh truths for a HODLer of my scale.

I’d like to see gentlemand’s response to this.

I do agree that the NEM team congratulating themselves on this is a bit ridiculous. But equally it isn’t their fault and they’re just trying to help. Remember that NEM is far more commercial a project than BTC and accordingly will have more sympathy and centralized governance you rail against.

What do others here think?

I just don't like the idea of not having compassion for those who lost their Nems. People will make human mistakes, especially when everything seems to be going good. It's not easy to lose money. But forget about crypto, the tone was like saying, "He was walking, got distracted because he noticed a full moon, a criminal saw his distraction, tripped him, landed face first and broke his face and got his wallet stolen. That's good for him for not paying attention, let the stronger one, the criminal that noticed his distraction have the money. He deserves it more."


What ideas you like or don't like have zero bearing on the facts of the matter.

Nobody denied that "people will make human mistakes."  The debate is about the best way to go forward given that completely obvious and undisputed fact.

Your cherry-picked analogy is idiotic.  Buying NEM because you are a greedy moonchild and choosing to keep it on an exchange is nothing like walking and being distracted.

Please try to stick to the actual highly technical subject matter instead of retreating into lazy, derpy generalizations and obviously misleading, self-pitying, irrelevant nonsense about victimology.

The topic of this thread is NEM and the reported hack of an exchange.  If you cannot participate in that discussion in a meaningful way, shut the hell up and listen to the adults talk.

Better yet, go read some Nassim Taleb and come back when you are ready to accept responsibility for your regrettable decisions instead of demanding bailouts and sympathy.

Your fragile little emotions are not important.  Nobody cares how you feel, especially when you mewl for "compassion" like a goddamn infant.  This is crypto, not day care.  Grow up and learn to function in the harsh realities of the real world.  Or perish.  Bitcoin doesn't care one way or the other, and neither do I.

Boy, you were triggered, I guess there must have been some truth to what I said. Fragile emotions you said? In my post I was strictly talking about having some compassion for people who lost their money, whether they had it on the exchange because they were trading, or because they used the exchange as a wallet. You're bringing up other stuff, when I'm simply talking about character and not having the attitude of "those who lost it are weaklings, and the hacker is the stronger one." I'm responding specifically to that, I can do that.

Especially a coin like Nem, which was originally created with the little guy in mind, and then evolved into what we see today.

Agreed, enough of this, it's time to move on.

snos-boss
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 448
Merit: 10


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 09:07:07 PM
 #35474

I think there is a great prospect of growth here. Good luck to you guys!
Bit Gobblin
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 72
Merit: 0


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 09:36:10 PM
 #35475

I decided to keep this coin for several years. It seems to me that this is a strong project, which will soon be actively developed. In a few years, these coins will make me a rich man  Roll Eyes
You are right !
Geenstijl
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1218
Merit: 1000



View Profile
January 28, 2018, 10:55:41 PM
 #35476

It is very unfortunate that this coin was at the center of a big scandal involving a theft and a well-known exchange. I hope this situation does not negatively affect the reputation of this project.

                      ▄█████▄
                      ███████
                      ███████▓▄
                     ▄█▓▀     ▀█▓▄
                    ▄█▓▀        ▀█▓▄
                   ▄█▓▀           ███████▄
               ▄██████   ██████▄   ████████ 
              ████████   ███████   ▀█████▀             
              ▀███████   ███████
                  ▀█▓▄    █▓   █▓
                     ▀█▓▄ █▓     █▓▄█████▄
             ▄██████    ██████▄  █████████
            ████████    ███████    ██████▀
            ▀███████    ▀█████▀ ▄█▓▀
                   ▀█▓▄        ▄█▓▀
                      ████████▓▀
                      ████████
                      ▀██████▀

                                                           
           ▄██▄▄               ▄▄▄▄                  ███   
        ▄██▀  ▀██▄         ▄▄████████   ██████       ███   
     ▄██▀        ▀██      ▄██       ███ ███  ███     ███   
     ███                 ▄██            ███   ███    ███   
     ███                ▄██             ███     ███  ███   
     ███                ███             ███       ██████   
     ███████████████    ██████████████  ███                 
customcontract.network

tbandy
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 168
Merit: 5


View Profile
January 28, 2018, 11:19:43 PM
 #35477

Recently many people are talking about the privacy of the coin excuse my ignorance but who really needs that ?
Hackers, money laundering people, high jackers,tax evaders who else ?
But an honest person in my opinion does not pay much attention to that, like I said is just my opinion


Open your mind bro, private transactions for legal payments are needed everyday - business' paying wages, expenses want those to continue being private, people want to keep their medical expenses private, what food they buy, what charities and political groups they support, all should be private. Privacy is a human right, BUT, that doesn't mean ALL blockchains neèd to be private, for some purposes transactions need to be public.

I think you're right I haven't seen this from your perspective   Wink
drewid
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 96
Merit: 10


View Profile
January 29, 2018, 03:11:19 AM
 #35478

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said today it would return about 46.3 billion yen ($425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
That amounts to nearly 90% of the 58 billion yen worth of NEM coins the company lost in an attack that forced it to suspend on Friday withdrawals of all cryptocurrencies except bitcoin.
Coincheck said in a statement it would repay the roughly 260,000 owners of NEM coins in Japanese yen, though it was still working on timing and method.

It's kind of crazy that an exchange has so much money to pay back a theft like this..

I hope that money comes from early holdings of the owners and not trading fees, otherwise it goes to show how much these players are making (and even worse, how this was not invested into improving security).
Yeah it seems very strange that how exchange owner will refund so much money?
Have they earned so much money with exchange? it is also their own fault, they should have maintained security that nobody could not hack exchange.
Now they will have to refund $425 million. Hope so after this incident they will secure exchange much better than before.

instant cost savings in a corporation, come in the form of layoffs.  however, that news will never be reported ,since its an internal company matter.
atracom
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 70
Merit: 3


View Profile
January 29, 2018, 03:35:56 AM
Merited by gentlemand (1), nutildah (1)
 #35479

I have this super-ability to invest a couple of bucks into coins that will be compromised the next day

https://yobit.io/?bonus=szkTB       |   https://qoinpro.com/98d78504a0f3e7681360beb701a622fa
Join YOBIT, freebies, shit and fun   |   Freecoins DAILY
wiser
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1736
Merit: 1025



View Profile
January 29, 2018, 04:52:53 AM
 #35480

I have this super-ability to invest a couple of bucks into coins that will be compromised the next day

LOL. So, whenever you buy a coin, you can post what you bought and where, and we'll stay away Wink

No seriously, sorry to hear you lost some of your coins. It's rough when it happens. It is unfortunately rather common at this stage in our industry. Hopefully things get better.

DNotes Trading Bot - Simple · Affordable · Effective
Automated Bot Trading for Everyone
Pages: « 1 ... 1724 1725 1726 1727 1728 1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 1760 1761 1762 1763 1764 1765 1766 1767 1768 1769 1770 1771 1772 1773 [1774] 1775 1776 1777 1778 1779 1780 1781 1782 1783 1784 1785 1786 1787 1788 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 1800 1801 1802 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1810 1811 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824 ... 1941 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!