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« on: April 23, 2014, 09:33:57 am »

Please use this thread to ask questions, provide feedback and comments about any service in mynxt.info
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2014, 09:34:31 am »

myNXT.info
http://www.mynxt.info

What is myNXT.info?

  • NXT Block Explorer
  • Online NXT wallet
  • Ad Network
  • API
  • Public Nodes
  • Transaction Alerts

This thread will be used for news and announcements
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Re: MyNxt.info News & Annoucements
« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2014, 11:29:16 am »

It might not be relevant right now but could you give an indication if you plan to sell shares on the AE? Whether on launch day or soon/months after? Trying to get AE launch info all in one place  ;D ;D

That would be super  ;D Thanks

https://nxtforum.org/news-and-announcements/asset-exchange-ipos-launch-day-listings!/new/#new

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Re: MyNxt.info News & Annoucements
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2014, 03:04:19 pm »

It might not be relevant right now but could you give an indication if you plan to sell shares on the AE? Whether on launch day or soon/months after? Trying to get AE launch info all in one place  ;D ;D

That would be super  ;D Thanks

https://nxtforum.org/news-and-announcements/asset-exchange-ipos-launch-day-listings!/new/#new

No plans to release on AE yet but I am open to the possibility once I can clarify the legal status of issuing these types of shares  in more detail (if anyone has knowledge on this, please let me know).

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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2014, 03:37:06 pm »

Will you work some of the new design elements into your site?
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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2014, 04:10:40 pm »

Will you work some of the new design elements into your site?

Yes, we have a new wallet layout coming next week along with new functionality. We are going to support AE in the blockchain explorer and have many other developments planned including new products.

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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2014, 04:12:07 pm »

What do I really have when I get an online wallet with you?

With a normal next account I can access my nxt address on any client as long as I know my pass phrase.  In your case, I cannot.  I do not know the passphrase that corresponds with my account address.  I only can access and control the account with the username and password access on your site.  Are you generating a passphrase on your side?

Any insight on how this works is appreciated.  Thanks.
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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #7 on: May 02, 2014, 04:19:03 pm »

What do I really have when I get an online wallet with you?

With a normal next account I can access my nxt address on any client as long as I know my pass phrase.  In your case, I cannot.  I do not know the passphrase that corresponds with my account address.  I only can access and control the account with the username and password access on your site.  Are you generating a passphrase on your side?

Any insight on how this works is appreciated.  Thanks.

- Login and sending mobile
- using Nxt without the need of a client
- very newcomer friendly
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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #8 on: May 02, 2014, 04:24:42 pm »

My question is more about what's under the hood?  Where's the account passphrase that corresponds with the NXT address?  Who am I trusting and with what?
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« Reply #9 on: May 02, 2014, 04:31:41 pm »

What do I really have when I get an online wallet with you?

With a normal next account I can access my nxt address on any client as long as I know my pass phrase.  In your case, I cannot.  I do not know the passphrase that corresponds with my account address.  I only can access and control the account with the username and password access on your site.  Are you generating a passphrase on your side?

Any insight on how this works is appreciated.  Thanks.

- Login and sending mobile
- using Nxt without the need of a client
- very newcomer friendly

Yes, this. The main thing is being able to access your NXT from anywhere (work computer, home computer, mobile, etc).

And plus some things that will be available in the next few days (or weeks) such as:

- 24/7 forging via lease forge power with a transparent forging profit monitor
- Multiple NXT accounts under the same login (so a true "wallet")
- Ability to download your wallet file (so you then know your NXT key)
- Client-side transaction signing

It's geared towards newcomers and non-tech savvy users that can't t or don't want to install the client in their local machines.

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My question is more about what's under the hood?  Where's the account passphrase that corresponds with the NXT address?  Who am I trusting and with what?

You are trusting mynxt.info and me. It is the same as blockchain.info or coinbase.com. With time, we will allow our users more control over the account  (as I mentioned above with the ability to download your wallet account keys and client-side transaction signing).

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« Reply #10 on: May 02, 2014, 04:41:53 pm »

- Multiple NXT accounts under the same login (so a true "wallet")
- Ability to download your wallet file (so you then know your NXT key)
- Client-side transaction signing

Superb!
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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #11 on: May 02, 2014, 04:46:54 pm »

At the moment, it is not like blockchain.info.  I can still get to my bitcoins if their site is down or disappears.  I retain full control of my private keys.  They cannot view or access my bitcoins.

None of that appears to be true with your online wallet.

I understand from your post here that you are planning to implement some of these concepts.  But it still seems that I need to trust your site.  If you are gearing towards newcomers, perhaps you should make that more clear on your site.

It seems with Wesley's testnet online client, I can have direct, trustless access to my nxt address from anywhere??
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Re: MyNxt.info Discussion
« Reply #12 on: May 02, 2014, 04:53:48 pm »

At the moment, it is not like blockchain.info.  I can still get to my bitcoins if their site is down or disappears.  I retain full control of my private keys. 

Well, blockchain.info has one approach, coinbase.com has another an both are doing just fine.

I tend to like the blockchain.info approach better and this is why I am planning to allow users to download their own keys as I mentioned. So this issue goes away.

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They cannot view or access my bitcoins.

Not really, they can view your bitcoins any time they want since the blockchain is public and they know your public key.

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It seems with Wesley's testnet online client, I can have direct, trustless access to my nxt address from anywhere??

If someone decides to host Wesleyh's wallet on a server and make it available to everyone, then yes - in fact we may do this in mynxt.info.

But then you would have to type your passphrase every time you want to login (imagine doing this on a mobile). And you can only access one account at a time...

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« Reply #13 on: May 02, 2014, 05:11:41 pm »

Blockchain is unable to view my bitcoins.  Yes, the blockchain is public.  But nobody know which address is mine.  My understanding is that Blockchain cannot associate my public key with my email address or any other account identifier.  You can.

Thank you for your timely responses to these questions.  I appreciate your work and do have some small amount of nxt in your online wallet, which I would certainly use more often if I were doing more regular transactions in nxt.  I would not use it to hold my long term stake, and I understand your wallet is not geared for that.

I'm looking forward to the improvements you described.  Thanks again for your work on this and your quick response to my questions.

Also, I use your block explorer all the time.  So thanks for that too.  :)
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« Reply #14 on: May 02, 2014, 05:31:29 pm »

Blockchain is unable to view my bitcoins.  Yes, the blockchain is public.  But nobody know which address is mine.  My understanding is that Blockchain cannot associate my public key with my email address or any other account identifier.  You can.

If this is true then how come they have a "forgot my identifier" link where you type your e-mail and they send you your identifier?

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Thank you for your timely responses to these questions.  I appreciate your work and do have some small amount of nxt in your online wallet, which I would certainly use more often if I were doing more regular transactions in nxt.  I would not use it to hold my long term stake, and I understand your wallet is not geared for that.

I'm looking forward to the improvements you described.  Thanks again for your work on this and your quick response to my questions.

Also, I use your block explorer all the time.  So thanks for that too.  :)

Glad to know your are using my products :-)

I think these things (block explorer, online wallet, etc) are a necessary part of a healthy crypto eco system, and this is the reason why I built them and will improve them and continue to build new products for NXT.

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« Reply #15 on: May 02, 2014, 05:37:42 pm »

They can associate an account identifier with an email address, although this is optional.  But they cannot associate either of these with a public key.  That is my understanding.  You pass the identifier to the server and it responds with an encrypted payload which is decrypted in-browser.
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« Reply #16 on: May 02, 2014, 07:06:53 pm »

They can associate an account identifier with an email address, although this is optional.  But they cannot associate either of these with a public key.  That is my understanding.  You pass the identifier to the server and it responds with an encrypted payload which is decrypted in-browser.

Yes, that's right, your identifier is related to an encrypted public key (or wallet). From the 1M+ users, I am sure the vast majority uses an email address, so the only difference with mynxt.info is the fact that the public keys are also encrypted and are decrypted client-side. We can implement the same approach, I will look into it when we get to the point of implementing the client-side signing.

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Re: MyNxt.info News & Annoucements
« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2014, 08:27:57 pm »

We have fixed an issue that was preventing new users to sign up to the online wallet. Anyone that tried to register in the last few days and got the message "Could not connect to the NXT Network" can now try again and it will work. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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« Reply #18 on: May 04, 2014, 12:28:28 pm »

 :'( Hi, can not send from my-wallet NXT. Still says "Could not decrypt your wallet. Please check your password and try again".
Master password is good. Please help. Thank you.
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Re: NOT Send Wallet
« Reply #19 on: May 04, 2014, 12:39:43 pm »

Hi,

Please PM me your registered e-mail address.
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