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February 28, 2015, 03:44:28 PM
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how to withdraw Atomic from Bter?
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February 28, 2015, 04:13:43 PM
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how to withdraw Atomic from Bter?

it depends on bter when they can
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February 28, 2015, 10:03:10 PM
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You can now withdraw Atomic and NxttyCoin NXTTY   from bter, how can i transfer them to trade.secureae.com?
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March 01, 2015, 01:22:36 AM
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You can now withdraw Atomic and NxttyCoin NXTTY   from bter, how can i transfer them to trade.secureae.com?

i assume you already made an account on SAE?
If yes, just login into SAE and then:

1. click on Account top right -> click on Account Details

2. NXT Account ID is your wallet adress where you have to send to from bter ; if its the first deposit you will also need to copy & paste the nxt public key.



@development

Cryptaxe and team are working hard on the finalization of the alpha.
i will try to gather information to give everyone an update what is done so far in the next few days Smiley


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March 12, 2015, 07:56:16 PM
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Any news? Smiley
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March 12, 2015, 09:49:53 PM
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where is atomic block explorer?

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March 12, 2015, 10:00:59 PM
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how to withdraw Atomic from Bter?

it depends on bter when they can

withdrawals should be back on now. check it!

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March 14, 2015, 11:35:24 PM
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hi guys,

there are some really nice updates including the start of the alpha testing.
i will post all information regarding the updates tommorow, its time to go to bed now Smiley
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March 15, 2015, 07:45:37 PM
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hi guys,

there are some really nice updates including the start of the alpha testing.
i will post all information regarding the updates tommorow, its time to go to bed now Smiley

looking forward to it!






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March 16, 2015, 01:01:05 AM
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where is atomic block explorer?

There is no web based block explorer yet, but there will be one available before the regular release! If you take a look at the OPAL wallet you can also get a vague idea of how the built in block explorer (in the ATOMIC client) will work Smiley

Unfortunately we can't make much use of any of the existing open-source blockchain explorers except as a reference since they aren't able to get the information from transaction scripts that is actually pertinent to our blockchain.

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Also glad to see that BTER is back to life, this onslaught of centralized exchange issues will certainly pave the way (or give people a reason to pay attention to) decentralized exchanges.

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March 16, 2015, 01:16:34 AM
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Hello everyone,

as ATOMIC is preparing to go into testing, we wanted to give you a preview about the actual progress and where ATOMIC is heading to.
Following are a few pictures of the working ATOMIC-Qt wallet with explanations of the different tabs.
All of the screenshots are from a Debian system but the interface is basically the same on all other operating systems.
This update is mainly intended for everyone signed up/signing up for the alpha testing so it will be more on the technical side.



This shows the startup screen of ATOMIC-Qt, which will be the first thing testers see when they startup the client.
A function runs several checks on your client configuration to make sure that everything is working and will help you fix any errors that are found.
The goal was to make it easy to use and quick to understand.



The second picture shows the Ledger Maintenance page when the maintainer is not running (mining is disabled).
In the alpha testing release we will use a modified version of cpuminer that supports the POG (Proof Of Gateway) protocol which is built in along with a modified p2pool.



The third picture shows the ledger maintainer page when the maintainer is running (mining enabled).
There is a built in web interface and alpha testers will also be able to see console output from the maintainer.
For the first time Alpha testers will have a chance to see how Proof of Gateway and the peer to peer 'mining' network of ATOMIC works - which is very differently than anything that they are used to.
Instead of competing for hash power, ledger maintainers (as described in the documentation) are rewarded for maintaining an active full node, which assists the network in recording cross chain transactions
to the Atomic Block chain. This means that all nodes are rewarded, for actually being a part of the network.



The fourth picture shows the DAC Voting Tab which may begin with testing in either alpha or beta stages of ATOMIC.
As described in the ATOMIC documentation, DAC asset owners and atom token owners will be able to influence and control the decisions of the DAC.
Asset and token owners will be able to create votes on a subject of their wish and publish it for the network to decide.



The fifth picture shows the current development version of the vote submission page and shows the idea behind the voting system and the decision making of a DAC.



The sixth picture shows the multisig/escrow widget that we have included.
We had to develop a library for dealing with multisig payments for asset holders, as well as for holding funds, storing the funds of a DAC vote and so on.
We made a QT widget which gives users access to this library and enables them to create and spend multisig blockchain transactions.
Our main goal for the Alpha testing is to test the multisig system as much as possible because it plays a main role in the ATOMIC DAC.

I hope the pictures and explanations gave you a gist of how the network and the DAC will work, else i advise strongly to take part in our alpha testing and of course read the documentation  Wink


Also for all alpha testers who signed up please send an email to cryptaxe (email on atomicdac.org contact page) with the following informations (all optional of course):
* Operating system(s) you have access to (We recommend starting a virtual machine for testing)
* Crypto Currencies that you want to test with
* Number of nodes you plan to run
* Do you have any devices like raspberry pis, or old low end computers that you plan to test
* Download and Upload speeds of your connection(s)
* Source or Bin download?


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March 16, 2015, 08:24:46 AM
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Is this wallet intended for cross chain trading?

Because I can't see the exchange anywhere in the pictures...
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March 16, 2015, 03:02:49 PM
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Is this wallet intended for cross chain trading?

Because I can't see the exchange anywhere in the pictures...

Yes pretty sure the ability of cross chain trading is enabled. Ledger maintaining is the mining part of it.

Also would make no sense of cryptaxe asking which coins we would like to test if cross chain trading would not work Smiley
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March 16, 2015, 05:42:21 PM
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Could you show us the Exchange/Send tab?

And also demonstrate how the exchange of two cryptocurrencies would be done...

Let's say NXT-BTC...
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March 16, 2015, 06:17:50 PM
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Could you show us the Exchange/Send tab?

And also demonstrate how the exchange of two cryptocurrencies would be done...

Let's say NXT-BTC...

why would you want that?

Let's say BTC-NXT  Grin
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March 16, 2015, 07:10:43 PM
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Could you show us the Exchange/Send tab?

And also demonstrate how the exchange of two cryptocurrencies would be done...

Let's say NXT-BTC...

i got message from cryptaxe that cross chain trading is actually disabled, because we need to get multisig and also InstanDex working bug free.
but a roughly estimation is that it will be probaly enabled before beta testing / a while after starting alpha testing.

remember, we are arriving at alpha stage right now! it is not unusual that not all aspects of the software is working Smiley

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March 17, 2015, 12:57:06 AM
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I can definitely see where the confusion came from, I'm going to revise the UI in the next few days whenever I need a short break from coding. Exchanges will not be enabled in the beginning of alpha testing, we will be incrementally rolling out the features that we have for testers and keeping track of any issues that need to be fixed. The point of this, as criptix said in his update post, is that there are many individual parts (the escrow / multisig functionality for example) which when combined allow for the decentralized cross chain ledger that is described in our documentation. In order to properly test them, they need to be tested individually rather than as a group so that issues are easier to hunt down.

Anyone wanting to know the basics of how/what the entire project is please take a look at our website: http://atomicdac.org/ you will find documentation, links to a few news articles that have been written about ATOMIC, and you can join the mailing list to get an email update whenever something important happens with ATOMIC.

Any questions you have left after reading the documentation feel free to post again here, pm me or hunt down my email address Smiley

~CryptAxe

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March 17, 2015, 03:09:39 PM
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how to join for testing?
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March 17, 2015, 04:12:47 PM
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how to join for testing?

hi please pm cryptaxe and/or send him an e-mail: cryptaxe@gmail.com

if you also could add the following informations:

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Also for all alpha testers who signed up please send an email to cryptaxe (email on atomicdac.org contact page) with the following informations (all optional of course):
* Operating system(s) you have access to (We recommend starting a virtual machine for testing)
* Crypto Currencies that you want to test with
* Number of nodes you plan to run
* Do you have any devices like raspberry pis, or old low end computers that you plan to test
* Download and Upload speeds of your connection(s)
* Source or Bin download?
 


thanks for showing interest  Smiley
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March 22, 2015, 12:44:29 PM
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Is there a Time schedule?
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