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How to Trade ARDR
« on: October 13, 2016, 04:44:36 am »

Ardor is the next step in the evolution of Nxt: a new parent/child chain architecture that will allow multiple, customisable, user-created blockchains to run in parallel with each other.

The Ardor asset tokens have now been distributed to all NXT holders in proportion to their average NXT account balances throughout the snapshot process over the last three months.

These tokens will be transferred to the main Ardor blockchain when Ardor goes live, in Q3 2017.

If you held NXT on a main blockchain account over the last 3 months you will aready have received some Ardor. But, if you wish to buy some more Ardor there are a range of options.

This is the Ardor asset:
ARDR
Asset ID: 12422608354438203866


This is issued by account:
NXT-FQ28-G9SQ-BG8M-6V6QH

Accept no substitutes for this asset! It is the only official Ardor asset and will, when the Ardor blockchain goes live in 2017, be swapped for 'real' Ardor on the new blockchain. It is intended that the Ardor asset be traded freely up until then, thus ensuring widespread distribution for the new Ardor platform.

Be careful when trading! There are always people who like to take advantage of the excitement around a new system launch to be dishonest, so check carefully before you buy, especially if the offer is being made via a marketplace or a personal one-to-one deal.

Where to buy ARDR:

The Nxt Asset Exchange

This is the first place that Ardor will be available, and is accessible via the main Nxt client.
Download and install guides are here:
https://nxt.org/download/

Once you have the NRS (Nxt Reference Software) client up and running, you will be immediately able to connect to other peers to create an account and make transactions while the blockchain downloads in the background. Please pay careful attention to the account creation process, particularly in choosing (and securely storing) a STRONG passphrase.

Fron the NRS main screen, click on Asset Exchange in the left toolbar, then on Add Asset, enter the Ardor ID in the search box: 12422608354438203866 , click Add Asset, and then you will see:




Using this interface, you can safely trade ARDR<->NXT on the Nxt blockchain itself. The interface is simple and intuitive to use. Please note that as this is a blockchain based system, updates occur at approximately one minute intervals with each new block. Also, keep in mind that creating an order, cancelling an order, or taking an order costs 1 NXT.


Web Wallet

For the people who wish to buy into Ardor and Nxt without having to set up their own client and account, MyNxt will also immediately allow Ardor trading  :
https://wallet.mynxt.info/

MyNxt has a light wallet that allows you (via a plug-in) to access the Nxt Asset Exchange as shown above. All trading is in Nxt. Note that accounts created via MyNxt can be easily exported to the main blockchain, so are not lost even if MyNxt itself goes offline


If you wish to buy directly into Ardor with Bitcoin, fiat, or other cryptocurrencies, you will have to go to a third-party service, such as an exchange

 
Exchanges

Major cryptocurrency exchanges are opening Ardor markets now and over the next few days. Right now, the list of exchanges that offer Ardor trading are:

HitBTC
Bittrex
Poloniex

Others:

Changelly


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This guide was created by EvilDave with inputs from Wolffang. Minor edits by marenkar.
« Last Edit: October 17, 2016, 02:57:23 am by marenkar »
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2016, 08:17:38 am »

Great explanation mate, will be useful  ;D

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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2016, 02:13:25 pm »

can you send ardor from the nxt client? or do you have to sell it for nxt and then send nxt?
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #3 on: October 13, 2016, 02:29:29 pm »

can you send ardor from the nxt client? or do you have to sell it for nxt and then send nxt?

ARDR is an asset and you can buy/sell it on the Nxt Asset Exchange (in the Nxt Client). You can also transfer ARDR to other NXT accounts (in the Nxt Client).
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #4 on: October 13, 2016, 02:34:57 pm »

can you describe how you would send ardor?
I tried "send currency" but it asks for a currency code which I don't have for ardor
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« Reply #5 on: October 13, 2016, 02:42:10 pm »

can you describe how you would send ardor?
I tried "send currency" but it asks for a currency code which I don't have for ardor

Ardor is an asset on the Asset Exchange, it's not a currency from the Monetary System. You want to send ARDR? Go to Asset Exchange > My Assets > Transfer. You can send the ARDR assets to another account. Is that what you want? Or do you want to sell it?
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #6 on: October 13, 2016, 02:45:03 pm »

can you describe how you would send ardor?
I tried "send currency" but it asks for a currency code which I don't have for ardor

Ardor is an asset on the Asset Exchange, it's not a currency from the Monetary System. You want to send ARDR? Go to Asset Exchange > My Assets > Transfer. You can send the ARDR assets to another account. Is that what you want? Or do you want to sell it?

thanks that's exactly what I wanted.
Do you think it's safe to send it to my poloniex address or better wait until they have listed it?
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #7 on: October 13, 2016, 02:47:54 pm »

can you describe how you would send ardor?
I tried "send currency" but it asks for a currency code which I don't have for ardor

Ardor is an asset on the Asset Exchange, it's not a currency from the Monetary System. You want to send ARDR? Go to Asset Exchange > My Assets > Transfer. You can send the ARDR assets to another account. Is that what you want? Or do you want to sell it?

thanks that's exactly what I wanted.
Do you think it's safe to send it to my poloniex address or better wait until they have listed it?

You cannot send the ARDR assets to Poloniex yet. They are not ready for that yet. I don't know when they will. If you want to sell, sell your ARDR for NXT on the Nxt Asset Exchange in the Nxt Client. Then send the NXT to Poloniex and sell them for BTC.
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #8 on: October 14, 2016, 05:05:10 am »

How about hitbtc? I sended some ardr and dont see it on hitbtc. Not even a pending. Did I lost my assets?


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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #9 on: October 14, 2016, 05:05:52 am »

Did has been for 8/9 hours


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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #10 on: October 14, 2016, 05:42:46 am »

Did has been for 8/9 hours

Do you see a transaction from your sending account?

Please check with Hitbtc if there is a transaction made.

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« Reply #11 on: October 14, 2016, 08:13:25 am »

Hi, I had around 2000 ARDR in my nxt web wallet and today i logged in and it shows 0 ardr!! how can i find my ardr in nxt web wallet and send it to bittrex?
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #12 on: October 14, 2016, 09:17:04 am »

Hi, I had around 2000 ARDR in my nxt web wallet and today i logged in and it shows 0 ardr!! how can i find my ardr in nxt web wallet and send it to bittrex?

Ok.. after downloading the client.. and downloading all blocks I'm able to see my ARDR assets.. but if i try to sell for NXT or send ARDR to bittrex.. it says "Not Enough Funds"  even if i try to sell all or a little bit!!  please help
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« Reply #13 on: October 14, 2016, 09:29:25 am »

Hi, I had around 2000 ARDR in my nxt web wallet and today i logged in and it shows 0 ardr!! how can i find my ardr in nxt web wallet and send it to bittrex?

Ok.. after downloading the client.. and downloading all blocks I'm able to see my ARDR assets.. but if i try to sell for NXT or send ARDR to bittrex.. it says "Not Enough Funds"  even if i try to sell all or a little bit!!  please help

You need to pay 1 NXT fee to place a transaction on the blockchain. Do you have NXT?
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« Reply #14 on: October 14, 2016, 02:17:23 pm »

 I have an poloniex account and ardor on it. Could anyone please explain how it is possible to withdraw and deposit ardor to the nxt wallet?

"Asset Exchange > My Assets > Transfer."

I dont have Transfer in My Assets it is only written no assets. Should I deposit ARDR to my NXT adress which is written in top left corner?
« Last Edit: October 14, 2016, 02:27:57 pm by olarsson »
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« Reply #15 on: October 14, 2016, 02:23:27 pm »

I have an poloniex account and ardor on it. Could anyone please explain how it is possible to withdraw and deposit ardor to the nxt wallet?
Install the wallet from nxt.org/download and then send the ARDR from Polo to your new NXT-address in the client.
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #16 on: October 14, 2016, 02:30:34 pm »

Ardor is the next step in the evolution of Nxt: a new parent/child chain architecture that will allow multiple, customisable, user-created blockchains to run in parallel with each other.

The Ardor asset tokens have now been distributed to all NXT holders in proportion to their average NXT account balances throughout the snapshot process over the last three months.

These tokens will be transferred to the main Ardor blockchain when Ardor goes live, in Q3 2017.

If you held NXT on a main blockchain account over the last 3 months you will aready have received some Ardor. But, if you wish to buy some more Ardor there are a range of options.

This is the Ardor asset:
ARDR
Asset ID: 12422608354438203866


This is issued by account:
NXT-FQ28-G9SQ-BG8M-6V6QH

Accept no substitutes for this asset! It is the only official Ardor asset and will, when the Ardor blockchain goes live in 2017, be swapped for 'real' Ardor on the new blockchain. It is intended that the Ardor asset be traded freely up until then, thus ensuring widespread distribution for the new Ardor platform.

Be careful when trading! There are always people who like to take advantage of the excitement around a new system launch to be dishonest, so check carefully before you buy, especially if the offer is being made via a marketplace or a personal one-to-one deal.

Where to buy ARDR:

The Nxt Asset Exchange

This is the first place that Ardor will be available, and is accessible via the main Nxt client.
Download and install guides are here:
https://nxt.org/download/

Once you have the NRS (Nxt Reference Software) client up and running, you will be immediately able to connect to other peers to create an account and make transactions while the blockchain downloads in the background. Please pay careful attention to the account creation process, particularly in choosing (and securely storing) a STRONG passphrase.

Fron the NRS main screen, click on Asset Exchange in the left toolbar, then on Add Asset, enter the Ardor ID in the search box: 12422608354438203866 , click Add Asset, and then you will see:




Using this interface, you can safely trade ARDR<->NXT on the Nxt blockchain itself. The interface is simple and intuitive to use. Please note that as this is a blockchain based system, updates occur at approximately one minute intervals with each new block. Also, keep in mind that creating an order, cancelling an order, or taking an order costs 1 NXT.


Web Wallet

For the people who wish to buy into Ardor and Nxt without having to set up their own client and account, MyNxt will also immediately allow Ardor trading  :
https://wallet.mynxt.info/

MyNxt has a light wallet that allows you (via a plug-in) to access the Nxt Asset Exchange as shown above. All trading is in Nxt. Note that accounts created via MyNxt can be easily exported to the main blockchain, so are not lost even if MyNxt itself goes offline


If you wish to buy directly into Ardor with Bitcoin, fiat, or other cryptocurrencies, you will have to go to a third-party service, such as an exchange

 
Exchanges

Major cryptocurrency exchanges are opening Ardor markets now and over the next few days. Right now, the list of exchanges that offer Ardor trading are:

https://hitbtc.com/



Others:

https://changelly.com/


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This guide was created by EvilDave with inputs from Wolffang. Minor edits by marenkar.

bittrex.com:
https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-ARDR

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« Reply #17 on: October 14, 2016, 04:37:46 pm »

I have transfered 100 ARDR from poloniex to NXT wallet it was a fast transaction without any problems. When I try to transfer from 50 of those 100 ARDR to Bittrex (in My Assets=>transfer) I get the message "Not enough founds". Do you possibly know what the problem could be?
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« Reply #18 on: October 14, 2016, 08:24:36 pm »

Now I know what was wrong I got to have NXT to be able to send ARDR. Instead I have another problem. I sent 26000 ARDR to Bittrex it was an hour ago and I got something like 44 confirmations but the amount has now arrived at my account. I used an unencrypted messagestring and used a transactionfee of 2 NXT. What could have gone wrong. When I first tried with 200 ARDR they arrived at Bittrex within 5 minutes.
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Re: How to Trade ARDR
« Reply #19 on: October 17, 2016, 02:53:46 am »

Hi guys

I'm sure its been posted somewhere but i cannot find it

How do i send ARDOR from NXT Wallet to exchanges ?

I tried "SEND CURRENCY" and typed "ARDR" or "ARDOR" but it didn't work ?

can anyone answer (and post some screenshots) that would be awesome, thanks !
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