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Latest Nxt Client 1.11.8 - NEW RELEASE: Ardor 2.0.3e TestNet IS LAUNCHED!

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 on: Today at 07:15:29 am 
Started by marenkar - Last post by wolffang
All you have to know about Adelphoi ADL coin

http://ftreporter.com/all-you-have-to-know-about-adelphoi-adl-coin/

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 on: Today at 07:04:47 am 
Started by Right.Here - Last post by eu58
The schedule for the second round has already been published and it is very unlikely that it will be changed.
That said, I prefer the way Jelurida decided (4 x 20,000,000).
Why take the risk that a few whales get (nearly) everything?

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 on: Today at 06:46:46 am 
Started by Eliphaz Fimk - Last post by Eliphaz Fimk
2nd batch of 100 000 IGNIS pre-sale tokens at https://heatwallet.com will be sold today 9.00 am UTC. Highest offer currently is 0.60 HEAT / IGNIS.

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 on: Today at 01:29:16 am 
Started by todofixthis - Last post by Sebastien256
I read through the white paper and platform design docs, and I have a much better understanding of Ardor now, thanks!

However, I still don't understand what Ignis does.  It's the first child chain in Ardor, yes, but... is that it?  What will Ignis be used for?  What does it represent?

jelurida/sites/default/files/JeluridaWhitepaper.pdf
jelurida/ardor-blockchain-platform-design
:)

Ignis will he use for all day to day transactions and smart transactions and ardr will be use as token to securing the platform only.

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 on: Today at 01:16:54 am 
Started by todofixthis - Last post by todofixthis
I read through the white paper and platform design docs, and I have a much better understanding of Ardor now, thanks!

However, I still don't understand what Ignis does.  It's the first child chain in Ardor, yes, but... is that it?  What will Ignis be used for?  What does it represent?

jelurida/sites/default/files/JeluridaWhitepaper.pdf
jelurida/ardor-blockchain-platform-design
:)

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 on: Today at 12:55:58 am 
Started by colin012 - Last post by Ice Cream
This has been an amazing read.

Truthfully, I don't know much about password security, but my identity was stolen many years ago due to leaving a laptop in view in my car (I know, that was stupid). After a year of putting my life back together, I implemented a much more robust approach to account security - using 20 character randomly generated passwords, and no two accounts had the same password (well, at least the important ones). No problem for five years.

Then I started getting involved in blockchain stuff this year (for education and fun really, but maybe a little investment too) and I read that 20 characters is not enough. Wow. So, all my blockchain accounts are 32 character, randomly generated from passwords generator (dot) net.

Is that good enough? I am not the NSA, and I don't have a gazillion dollars :-)

Peace, Love and...

Ice Cream

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 on: August 22, 2017, 06:48:47 pm 
Started by Ice Cream - Last post by Ice Cream
Please disregard. I figured out the missing step. For any other newbies like me, after downloading the *.dmg file and running it to create an installer application on the desktop and running that program, it only deposits an installer in the application folder. THEN you have to run that installer to upgrade the client software. That's a MAC thing that I did not realize. My bad.

Everyone stand down from defcon 5! LOL

Peace, love and...

ICE CREAM

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 on: August 22, 2017, 06:28:25 pm 
Started by Ice Cream - Last post by Ice Cream
Yes, and I just did that again to be sure. Still says NRS Version: 1.11.7 Outdated!

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 on: August 22, 2017, 06:24:31 pm 
Started by Ice Cream - Last post by VanBreuk
Hello Ice Cream,

welcome to NxtForum. Sometimes this happens because the old version is still stored in the web browser cache. Have you tried to click on the Nxt icon in the top bar, and select "Refresh wallet" to reload it from the latest installed files?
 

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 on: August 22, 2017, 05:57:19 pm 
Started by Ice Cream - Last post by Ice Cream
Hello, I am two weeks new to NXT and have been enjoying getting to know the platform. I am on a desktop MAC and have been forging with 1.11.7 after a deposit of some NXT.

This morning I logged on to find a message saying there is an update to the NRS client to 1.11.8. I followed the link from my wallet, learned how to verify the SHA256 hash, and indeed it seemed correct. I installed it by overwriting the existing version on my MAC.

When I log in, it still gives the warning about a need to update the NRS client. I would have thought the installation and overwrite with the new version took care of that. Clearly, I am still new enough to be missing something. Would someone mind helping me with some helpful how-to? Much appreciated!

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