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NxtSwe

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Re: [NXT 2.0] A framework for thinking about incentives
« Reply #20 on: February 16, 2016, 08:45:52 pm »

NXT assets will be visible on all chains so the best way to transfer value between chains is buying superBTC on one chain and selling on another. fNXT will not become a parking coin nor storage of the value not will have a high liquidity.

where did you get that from?

e: i mean the part where nxt assets are visible on all chains.

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An asset should be possible to trade in NXT, or in SuperBTC, by submitting the ask/bid transaction on the corresponding child chain, unless the asset issuer or the child chain properties do not allow that. It is the transactions that need to belong to a specific child chain, in order to be possible to be able to prune them, and to have their fees in different tokens. But many entities such as assets will be global, since as I explained every node will need to be able to validate every child chain transactions, therefore needs the current state of every child chain. Which exactly objects will be global and which restricted to a child chain remains to be determined.
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Re: [NXT 2.0] A framework for thinking about incentives
« Reply #21 on: February 16, 2016, 10:06:36 pm »

can be visible but not will. had me confused for a moment.
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