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Title: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 06:10:03 pm

multigateway.org (https://multigateway.org)

With the release (https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=3008.msg66642#msg66642) of the first Multigateway client GUI, it's time to finally release the Multigateway website.

Computer Layout
(https://multigateway.org/images/mgwsite_home_pc.png)

Mobile Layout
(https://multigateway.org/images/mgwsite_home_mobile.png)

Website Developers: Vakarian, VanBreuk
Base corporate design: thanks to ideenfrische

Website Contents

Additional contents and features will be added as they are available. Please leave any suggestions or feedback in this thread, and of course feel free to spread the link!

Thank you all for the awesome work :)
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Post by: TheCryptoWoman on July 18, 2014, 06:20:16 pm
Very nice job on the website :)
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Post by: coolfish on July 18, 2014, 06:46:52 pm
Wait it long long time
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Post by: P2PGuy on July 18, 2014, 06:59:20 pm
Really great job everyone. So excited I had to tweet it. https://twitter.com/AllDigitalCoins/status/490208523611942912 (https://twitter.com/AllDigitalCoins/status/490208523611942912)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: salsacz on July 18, 2014, 07:08:03 pm
so this is why everybody is buying MGW shares (Asset ID: 10524562908394749924) :) - very good job, here :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: coolfish on July 18, 2014, 07:08:16 pm
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You are using an old browser which this application does not support.


My chrome : 31.0.1650.63
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Post by: farl4bit on July 18, 2014, 07:23:52 pm
Fantastic website! Lot of respect!  :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 07:42:27 pm
Thank you everyone, we're really glad you like it :)

Wait it long long time

The site launch needed to wait until we had a polished, fast user friendly UI and service. Today, longzai1988's release of the fine piece of work MGW Lite is (making NXTservices unnecessary and MGW as simple as Nxt allows) has been a deal breaker.

Quote
You are using an old browser which this application does not support.

My chrome : 31.0.1650.63

Please update Chrome - https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/
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Post by: TheWireMaster on July 18, 2014, 07:59:47 pm
Very cool!!!!


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: PoofKnuckle on July 18, 2014, 08:01:51 pm
Yes, this is awesome, with extra awesome.

Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 08:20:57 pm
QBTC & farl4bit - we could also use mgw.nxt.org subdomain pointing to this site, if you want to promote this type of URL structure.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 18, 2014, 08:37:04 pm
QBTC & farl4bit - we could also use mgw.nxt.org subdomain pointing to this site, if you want to promote this type of URL structure.
the more paths that are convenient the better
Thanks!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: telemaco on July 18, 2014, 08:39:32 pm
Great news!

There have been already some vandals that have voted down the webpage on WOT addon (Web of Trust). Web of Trust is a chrome/firefox addon everybody can install where users are warned when a website is dangerous. It has hundreds of thousands of users.
This has been the case and a few have not lost a minute to discredit multigateway page :P

If you guys use it, please upvote it as a totally legit site so we can remove thar unfair warning.

Cheers,
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: gck on July 18, 2014, 08:47:16 pm
When I do manual install of MGW (on 1.1.6 client)...I only have BTC and LTC.  I thought DRK was supposed to be there as well?

No, DRK is not available in this release.

You may want a disclaimer on the website about DRK.  It isn't supported yet and people may get confused.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: valarmg on July 18, 2014, 08:54:13 pm
When I do manual install of MGW (on 1.1.6 client)...I only have BTC and LTC.  I thought DRK was supposed to be there as well?

No, DRK is not available in this release.

You may want a disclaimer on the website about DRK.  It isn't supported yet and people may get confused.

There is a disclaimer, no? On this page, http://multigateway.com/#sec_coins it says that darkcoin is under development.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 08:55:25 pm
When I do manual install of MGW (on 1.1.6 client)...I only have BTC and LTC.  I thought DRK was supposed to be there as well?

No, DRK is not available in this release.

You may want a disclaimer on the website about DRK.  It isn't supported yet and people may get confused.

There is a disclaimer, no? On this page, http://multigateway.com/#sec_coins it says that darkcoin is under development.

I highlighted more the "In development" disclaimer.

Thank you.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: m30188 on July 18, 2014, 09:12:10 pm
Remember to click "I trust" and "suitable" on the review page.

(http://s27.postimg.org/e6x7tpzab/WOT_MGW.png)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: farl4bit on July 18, 2014, 09:13:55 pm
Great news!

There have been already some vandals that have voted down the webpage on WOT addon (Web of Trust). Web of Trust is a chrome/firefox addon everybody can install where users are warned when a website is dangerous. It has hundreds of thousands of users.
This has been the case and a few have not lost a minute to discredit multigateway page :P

If you guys use it, please upvote it as a totally legit site so we can remove thar unfair warning.

Cheers,
Doesn't BM have a job or a girlfriend or something?
It's not BM, it are old comments from 2011. Please flag them and report it to WOT. Thanks.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: Sebastien256 on July 18, 2014, 09:17:43 pm
would not be a good idea to label MGW "beta"? I'm thinking of gmail that was in beta for like 5+years
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 18, 2014, 09:23:21 pm
would not be a good idea to label MGW "beta"? I'm thinking of gmail that was in beta for like 5+years
yes it is beta
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: Sebastien256 on July 18, 2014, 09:24:13 pm
would not be a good idea to label MGW "beta"? I'm thinking of gmail that was in beta for like 5+years
yes it is beta

that is not clear at all on the website tho.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on July 18, 2014, 09:25:35 pm
Looks great you guys, nice work.  Downloading MGW Lite and will be using asap.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 09:27:08 pm
Thanks for the heads up, I registered in WOT and left the question in the support board.

The domain was vacant and we registered it two or three months ago, and I don't even know what was the old 'multigateway' website about.

Regardless, this weekend we'll also point multigateway.org to our page.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: telemaco on July 18, 2014, 09:28:34 pm
Thanks for the heads up, I registered in WOT and left the question in the support board.

The domain was vacant and we registered it two or three months ago, and I don't even know what was the old 'multigateway' website about.

Regardless, this weekend we'll also point multigateway.org to our page.

i have tried to find it on archive.org but was not archived.

Wonder if actual multigateway.com will receive a really bad inheritance from past owner, whatever it was about in the past

Google cache already gets the new version (actual NXT multigateway.com)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: NXtGUY on July 18, 2014, 09:33:17 pm
Guys have to say I'm in love this project really cool by far more advance then anything out there
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 09:34:05 pm
Thanks for the heads up, I registered in WOT and left the question in the support board.

The domain was vacant and we registered it two or three months ago, and I don't even know what was the old 'multigateway' website about.

Regardless, this weekend we'll also point multigateway.org to our page.

i have tried to find it on archive.org but was not archived.

Wonder if actual multigateway.com will receive a really bad inheritance from past owner, whatever it was about in the past

I doubt it, whatever the old site was about is totally unrelated to the current multigateway site. Domain owners have changed, server has changed, contents are different, etc.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: telemaco on July 18, 2014, 09:35:21 pm
Thanks for the heads up, I registered in WOT and left the question in the support board.

The domain was vacant and we registered it two or three months ago, and I don't even know what was the old 'multigateway' website about.

Regardless, this weekend we'll also point multigateway.org to our page.

i have tried to find it on archive.org but was not archived.

Wonder if actual multigateway.com will receive a really bad inheritance from past owner, whatever it was about in the past

I doubt it, whatever the old site was about is totally unrelated to the current multigateway site. Domain owners have changed, server has changed, contents are different, etc.

Google cache already shows actual NXT version, and past backlinks on yahoo don't show anything
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 18, 2014, 09:36:16 pm
would not be a good idea to label MGW "beta"? I'm thinking of gmail that was in beta for like 5+years
yes it is beta

that is not clear at all on the website tho.

Thank you. I'll remark that more clearly tomorrow, calling it a day now.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: kodtycoon on July 18, 2014, 09:51:23 pm
what is the asset id for mwgBTC? i want to check out the market for mgwbtc<>nxt but cant find it.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: valarmg on July 18, 2014, 09:55:22 pm
what is the asset id for mwgBTC? i want to check out the market for mgwbtc<>nxt but cant find it.

The asset IDs are listed here:  http://multigateway.com/#sec_coins
mgwBTC = 4551058913252105307
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on July 18, 2014, 11:08:19 pm
Since there will be times when MGW is down, I think it would make sense to add a twitter update link on the website.  Also, I'm stuck on "Searching deposit address" how long does it take to appear?
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Post by: allwelder on July 19, 2014, 12:29:24 am
Amazing UI and website.great!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: Sebastien256 on July 19, 2014, 12:53:41 am
Could you add on the website who own each of the multigateway servers? I mean who are the 3 peoples in charge to sign multigateway transaction? That information should be public and easy avalaible.

As a suggestion, I would add that info as 3 bullet point after:
----------
Every coin asset is equivalent to one coin. The coin assets are backed up by the coins deposited in MGW, stored by the three MGW servers in a multisignature account for every supported coin.

In a multisignature account, the same address has several associated private keys or signatures. This means the servers have to agree, each of them providing their signature, in order to process the coin transactions, in a similar way to joint bank accounts. The use of multisignature accounts and independent servers is what makes MGW much more secure than any traditional centralized exchange account. BLA BLA BLA:
- owner 1
- owner 2
- owner 3

--------------
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 02:21:08 am
Could you add on the website who own each of the multigateway servers? I mean who are the 3 peoples in charge to sign multigateway transaction? That information should be public and easy avalaible.

As a suggestion, I would add that info as 3 bullet point after:
----------
Every coin asset is equivalent to one coin. The coin assets are backed up by the coins deposited in MGW, stored by the three MGW servers in a multisignature account for every supported coin.

In a multisignature account, the same address has several associated private keys or signatures. This means the servers have to agree, each of them providing their signature, in order to process the coin transactions, in a similar way to joint bank accounts. The use of multisignature accounts and independent servers is what makes MGW much more secure than any traditional centralized exchange account. BLA BLA BLA:
- owner 1
- owner 2
- owner 3

--------------

+1

Awesome work, guys!!!!!!  DLing client now.  I will be using this to exchange BTC->NXT from now on! :)  VERY IMPRESSIVE!!!!
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Post by: rudeboi on July 19, 2014, 02:40:51 am
Very impressive!
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Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 02:56:39 am
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?
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Post by: longzai1988 on July 19, 2014, 03:13:39 am
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on July 19, 2014, 03:15:36 am
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?

Client is 1.1.6 by default in MGW lite, I'm on Win7
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 03:15:57 am
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?

1.1.6, Windows 7.  I used the zip file to update my existing NXT wallet install.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: longzai1988 on July 19, 2014, 03:20:33 am
Client is 1.1.6 by default in MGW lite, I'm on Win7

1.1.6, Windows 7.  I used the zip file to update my existing NXT wallet install.

I personally did development and testing with 1.1.6 and win7 as well, but not managed to reproduce the issue you guys are facing

p/s : if you are using browser, try right click -> inspect element, and go to "console" tab and see if any error pop up
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on July 19, 2014, 03:22:07 am
Haven't tried in a few hours, will try tomorrow.
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Post by: allwelder on July 19, 2014, 04:29:21 am
have tried,worked well.
The instruction can be a little more simple,I received some help needed for run the MGW.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 19, 2014, 05:59:36 am
I've added BETA tags to file downloads and descriptions.

Could you add on the website who own each of the multigateway servers? I mean who are the 3 peoples in charge to sign multigateway transaction? That information should be public and easy avalaible.

As a suggestion, I would add that info as 3 bullet point after:
----------
Every coin asset is equivalent to one coin. The coin assets are backed up by the coins deposited in MGW, stored by the three MGW servers in a multisignature account for every supported coin.

In a multisignature account, the same address has several associated private keys or signatures. This means the servers have to agree, each of them providing their signature, in order to process the coin transactions, in a similar way to joint bank accounts. The use of multisignature accounts and independent servers is what makes MGW much more secure than any traditional centralized exchange account. BLA BLA BLA:
- owner 1
- owner 2
- owner 3

--------------

Yes, this should appear in the service information. Right now I don't think all three servers are already settled in their final destinations, I will ask James about the info.
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Post by: Berzerk on July 19, 2014, 06:17:25 am
You should do a video in which everything is explained. :)
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Post by: VanBreuk on July 19, 2014, 07:25:08 am
I heard some people very talented doing Nxt videos already planned to release one about MGW :)

Let's wait and see.

 
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Post by: xivba on July 19, 2014, 07:48:08 am
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?

Same problem here. 
MGW "Searching deposit address ..." for more than 12h now.
I am using NRS 1.1.6 on Ubuntu 14.04. I was using the M09 before if it relate.
(http://i.imgur.com/tSGMX0x.png)
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Post by: qbd1313 on July 19, 2014, 08:08:58 am
great..
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Post by: valarmg on July 19, 2014, 09:28:53 am
I think the website needs an FAQ section answering questions such as:

Why is multigateway more secure than centralized exchanges?
Who controls the servers?
What happens if one server goes down?
How to see MGW's operations and their 100% proof of reserve on the blockchain?

etc.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 09:30:09 am
I think the website needs an FAQ section answering questions such as:

Why is multigateway more secure than centralized exchanges?
Who controls the servers?
What happens if one server goes down?
How to see MGW's operations and their 100% proof of reserve on the blockchain?

etc.
http://nxtcoin.blogspot.com/2014/07/why-is-nxt-decentralized-multigateway.html
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: rudeboi on July 19, 2014, 11:58:14 am
http://nxtcoin.blogspot.com/2014/07/why-is-nxt-decentralized-multigateway.html

A good read.

James, could partial access to the multigateway be completely online? As in no running Nxt client or MGW lite extension.

What I'm thinking is for people just using multigateway.com to 'purchase' NXT for btc/ltc with only needing access to the website and their other currency wallet. [Obviously they would have needed to run the Nxt client at some point to get a Nxt account to output to.]

I'm hoping we can get a 'fund your account' part on nxt.org that goes straight to the mgw in the above fashion, enabling new users to have a very easy method of getting their first NXT, and at the same time hopefully increasing the demand of NXT on the mgw.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 12:05:56 pm
FYI - my NXT client is working with MGW now.  Guess it needed a minute to calm down from the excitement? lol
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: Berzerk on July 19, 2014, 12:11:23 pm
I think the website needs an FAQ section answering questions such as:

Why is multigateway more secure than centralized exchanges?
Who controls the servers?
What happens if one server goes down?
How to see MGW's operations and their 100% proof of reserve on the blockchain?

etc.
http://nxtcoin.blogspot.com/2014/07/why-is-nxt-decentralized-multigateway.html

Not enough. A FAQ is a must-have IMO.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 12:20:56 pm
http://nxtcoin.blogspot.com/2014/07/why-is-nxt-decentralized-multigateway.html

A good read.

James, could partial access to the multigateway be completely online? As in no running Nxt client or MGW lite extension.

What I'm thinking is for people just using multigateway.com to 'purchase' NXT for btc/ltc with only needing access to the website and their other currency wallet. [Obviously they would have needed to run the Nxt client at some point to get a Nxt account to output to.]

I'm hoping we can get a 'fund your account' part on nxt.org that goes straight to the mgw in the above fashion, enabling new users to have a very easy method of getting their first NXT, and at the same time hopefully increasing the demand of NXT on the mgw.
Currently I require that the API requests are tokenized, which requires the acct password.
However, generating a deposit address is not actually that sensitive because it will always be the same address, given the same set of servers. So, I could remove the tokenization restriction for requesting a deposit address.

Now, in that case, all you would need is a way for your (or any) website to generate the AM request for a MGW deposit address and then just submit that to the NXT network. The MGW servers will pick that up and then respond back with the address.

So to make things even easier, what if the website had a page to locally generate a password? Then somebody totally fresh to NXT can come to the site, click a button to get a high entropy password (and the corresponding acct #), QR codes are generated so they can take a pic to preserve it. At the same time, the deposit address AM request is sent and the user can get an email with their deposit address(es). From there all they have to do is send from their bitcoin-qt and they can even see that it is in their acct from block explorers.

So, the answer is yet, it is quite possible to have a totally web based process, but it requires some web server side software. I dont do that sort of thing, but I would be happy to help whoever you get to implement this!

James

P.S. There is a little formatting issue for the AM, but once you get ready to implement this, these details are small matters. More difficult is the scanning for the actual addresses. Let me think.... I think the best way is to build this into the pNXTd daemon, then all you would have to do is submit an API request to :7777 with the NXT address you want MGW multisig addresses for. No need to worry about the formatting of AM or scanning of blockchain. Just poll another API request until the address is there.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: TheWireMaster on July 19, 2014, 12:55:45 pm
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?

In the browser console I see the error:
"XMLHttpRequest cannot load http:/localhost:7876/nxt?requestType=getAccountTransactionIds&account=7117166754336896747&timestamp=0&type=1&subtype=0. No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http:/127.0.0.1:7876' is therefore not allowed access. "

Is this the reason for the never ending "searching deposit address"?
(I had to remove one "/" in the URL otherwise I cannot post....)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: gck on July 19, 2014, 01:12:33 pm
I had to wait a while (maybe an hour), but a deposit address did show up eventually (I'm on Win 7, IE11).  Once I deposited BTC...it took at least 7 confirmations to show up.  Once that happened I was automatically assigned mgwBTC in the AE (nice!).  Made a trade for NXT and all is good.  One exception...

The balance button in MGW still shows that I have my original BTC amount, but when I click on more info...it shows 0 (as it should...I spent it).  The trade was made hours ago so it shouldn't be waiting on any block chain updates. 

I must say guys...very impressed.  I hope you realize what you have here that NO one else has been able to do to my knowledge.  Trading for NXT is SO easy now that I might just have to break the seal on my savings and buy some more!  If only NXT could link directly to FIAT bank accounts in the client...we'd rule the world!

You do realize you might be inundated with all kinds of requests for "Please add [insert shitcoin here]"   :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 01:24:39 pm
I had to wait a while (maybe an hour), but a deposit address did show up eventually (I'm on Win 7, IE11).  Once I deposited BTC...it took at least 7 confirmations to show up.  Once that happened I was automatically assigned mgwBTC in the AE (nice!).  Made a trade for NXT and all is good.  One exception...

The balance button in MGW still shows that I have my original BTC amount, but when I click on more info...it shows 0 (as it should...I spent it).  The trade was made hours ago so it shouldn't be waiting on any block chain updates. 

I must say guys...very impressed.  I hope you realize what you have here that NO one else has been able to do to my knowledge.  Trading for NXT is SO easy now that I might just have to break the seal on my savings and buy some more!  If only NXT could link directly to FIAT bank accounts in the client...we'd rule the world!

You do realize you might be inundated with all kinds of requests for "Please add [insert shitcoin here]"   :)
Thanks! I do believe that MGW is way ahead of any centralized alternative and only the MGW clones will come close anytime soon.

There is coinomat that allows to go direct from NXT -> visa/mastercard, thats pretty fiat

The issues you raise sound like GUI update issues and I am sure will be cleared up.

James

Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: TheWireMaster on July 19, 2014, 01:28:19 pm
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?

In the browser console I see the error:
"XMLHttpRequest cannot load http:/localhost:7876/nxt?requestType=getAccountTransactionIds&account=7117166754336896747&timestamp=0&type=1&subtype=0. No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http:/127.0.0.1:7876' is therefore not allowed access. "

Is this the reason for the never ending "searching deposit address"?
(I had to remove one "/" in the URL otherwise I cannot post....)

Ok, found the reason for the problem.
You have to open your NRS using localhost:7876 and not 127.0.0.1:7876
As in the code the XMLHttpRequest is using localhost, then your page should be open on localhost otherwise they don't match.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 01:35:25 pm
Looks like my client is stuck on "Searching deposit address..." for both BTC and LTC.  Been like this for five minutes. :/  I have not been give the option to generate an address.  My balance for both coins, however, does show as 0.  Anybody else experiencing this?

Seem like many people experience this issue also, which client are you using and what OS are you on?

Nice lookin out!!  Thx!

In the browser console I see the error:
"XMLHttpRequest cannot load http:/localhost:7876/nxt?requestType=getAccountTransactionIds&account=7117166754336896747&timestamp=0&type=1&subtype=0. No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http:/127.0.0.1:7876' is therefore not allowed access. "

Is this the reason for the never ending "searching deposit address"?
(I had to remove one "/" in the URL otherwise I cannot post....)

Ok, found the reason for the problem.
You have to open your NRS using localhost:7876 and not 127.0.0.1:7876
As in the code the XMLHttpRequest is using localhost, then your page should be open on localhost otherwise they don't match.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: marcus03 on July 19, 2014, 01:45:04 pm
I think we now have a chicken/egg problem for new NXTers. As a new user who wants to use the mgw to convert BTC into NXT, you don't have the NXT to pay the fees to get the BTC address and create the sell order for the btcasset.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: CryoNET on July 19, 2014, 02:02:47 pm
Quote
Ok, found the reason for the problem.
You have to open your NRS using localhost:7876 and not 127.0.0.1:7876
As in the code the XMLHttpRequest is using localhost, then your page should be open on localhost otherwise they don't match.

Same problem exists if NRS does not run on localhost (For me it runs on a server in my local network). I just see "Searching deposit address...".

Possibly you should take the target-url from http-headers?

Rgds
Sven
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 19, 2014, 02:41:41 pm
I think the website needs an FAQ section answering questions

Yes, this was actually in the to-do list. I've added the corresponding note in the last User Guide section. I'm taking your questions to start the list:

Why is Multigateway more secure than centralized exchanges?
Who controls the MGW servers?
What happens if one server goes down?
How to see MGW's operations and their 100% proof of reserve on the blockchain?
...?

we should gather any recurrent questions made here and in other threads to include them as well.

You have to open your NRS using localhost:7876 and not 127.0.0.1:7876
As in the code the XMLHttpRequest is using localhost, then your page should be open on localhost otherwise they don't match.

Good catch :) I've changed the client URL references in the website guide, and re-uploaded a fixed version of the one-click installer since the previous one linked the Nxt Wallet shortcuts to 127.0.0.1... although I don't think this issue will stay around for long.

Other questions:

- marcus03 is right (and this was brought up some time ago in development stage). Proposed solutions were a dedicated faucet delivering 2 NXT (one for deposit address, and another for AE order placement) or provisionally a giveaway thread for crypto users with a brand new Nxt account to get started through MGW.

- I thought about adding a simple form below Supported Coins to request implementation of other coins, but that's principally James' call according to trade volume and ease of integration. For coins where those are not an issue, we could even add a Voting Chart feature similar to mintpal/hitbtc/etc to measure community interest, of course only for coins supporting multisig.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 03:10:07 pm
PRobably more about the core MGW implimentation, than the website BUT: is it possible to cancel an unfulfilled buy or sell order on the AE once it's been initiated?  I see this as a major hurdle for use by the end-users if not...
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 03:18:54 pm
PRobably more about the core MGW implimentation, than the website BUT: is it possible to cancel an unfulfilled buy or sell order on the AE once it's been initiated?  I see this as a major hurdle for use by the end-users if not...
The NXT AE does not care if it is MGW asset or MIC, it works the same
And AE lets you just cancel an order at any time
Of course, if during the last block it was active the order was partially (or fully) matched, then the cancel was too late
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: longzai1988 on July 19, 2014, 03:36:24 pm
For those user that facing the stuck searching deposit address, please do me a favor to tackle the problem.

1) Are you guys browsing wallet through 127.0.0.1:7876? Please try it with localhost:7876 and see if the problem persists.

2) If the problem persists please acknowledge me if any console exception appear, from chrome you can right click and choose "inspect element", navigate to console tab

Thanks
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: rudeboi on July 19, 2014, 04:38:17 pm
I think we now have a chicken/egg problem for new NXTers. As a new user who wants to use the mgw to convert BTC into NXT, you don't have the NXT to pay the fees to get the BTC address and create the sell order for the btcasset.

- marcus03 is right (and this was brought up some time ago in development stage). Proposed solutions were a dedicated faucet delivering 2 NXT (one for deposit address, and another for AE order placement) or provisionally a giveaway thread for crypto users with a brand new Nxt account to get started through MGW.

I hadn't even thought about that, this is a pretty annoying fact.

I think the faucet system we have at the moment can certainly do the job. It just has to implemented into the process so that it is very simple to do for new users, for example a popup window if you click generate with a zero fund with a link to the faucet.
Interim wise this should probably be mentioned in the depositing user guide for now.

I was trying to think of an automated way that the new user paid for these at the end, by means of central fund being used to front the NXT and getting reimbursed at the end, but pretty sure there it isn't possible as the central fund private key couldn't be distributed and there is always an cost of using the nxt network. So think this part would always have to happen outside the network.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: marcus03 on July 19, 2014, 04:52:51 pm
I think we now have a chicken/egg problem for new NXTers. As a new user who wants to use the mgw to convert BTC into NXT, you don't have the NXT to pay the fees to get the BTC address and create the sell order for the btcasset.

- marcus03 is right (and this was brought up some time ago in development stage). Proposed solutions were a dedicated faucet delivering 2 NXT (one for deposit address, and another for AE order placement) or provisionally a giveaway thread for crypto users with a brand new Nxt account to get started through MGW.

I hadn't even thought about that, this is a pretty annoying fact.

I think the faucet system we have at the moment can certainly do the job. It just has to implemented into the process so that it is very simple to do for new users, for example a popup window if you click generate with a zero fund with a link to the faucet.
Interim wise this should probably be mentioned in the depositing user guide for now.

I was trying to think of an automated way that the new user paid for these at the end, by means of central fund being used to front the NXT and getting reimbursed at the end, but pretty sure there it isn't possible as the central fund private key couldn't be distributed and there is always an cost of using the nxt network. So think this part would always have to happen outside the network.

Does the BTC addess request message have to come from the requesting account? If not, it would be safer to create a faucet where the user passes his NXT account address, then the faucet sends the AM to request the BTC wallet address and sends out just 1 NXT to the user account.

A faucet that sends out just one NXT to addresses with no transactions yet can't be robbed.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 05:12:41 pm
Could someone go through coinmarketcap and get all bitcoind (or similar) forks that either support or is likely to support multisig in the near future? I have 32 slots for coins that could be supported (that actually leaves another 32), but I need to hardcode a coinid with the coin and I want to do this upfront so I dont have to keep making a new version for every new coin that we want to support.

Thanks
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 05:18:59 pm
Could someone go through coinmarketcap and get all bitcoind (or similar) forks that either support or is likely to support multisig in the near future? I have 32 slots for coins that could be supported (that actually leaves another 32), but I need to hardcode a coinid with the coin and I want to do this upfront so I dont have to keep making a new version for every new coin that we want to support.

Thanks

If I knew how to do it, I would do it for you. :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 05:37:17 pm
I think we now have a chicken/egg problem for new NXTers. As a new user who wants to use the mgw to convert BTC into NXT, you don't have the NXT to pay the fees to get the BTC address and create the sell order for the btcasset.

- marcus03 is right (and this was brought up some time ago in development stage). Proposed solutions were a dedicated faucet delivering 2 NXT (one for deposit address, and another for AE order placement) or provisionally a giveaway thread for crypto users with a brand new Nxt account to get started through MGW.

I hadn't even thought about that, this is a pretty annoying fact.

I think the faucet system we have at the moment can certainly do the job. It just has to implemented into the process so that it is very simple to do for new users, for example a popup window if you click generate with a zero fund with a link to the faucet.
Interim wise this should probably be mentioned in the depositing user guide for now.

I was trying to think of an automated way that the new user paid for these at the end, by means of central fund being used to front the NXT and getting reimbursed at the end, but pretty sure there it isn't possible as the central fund private key couldn't be distributed and there is always an cost of using the nxt network. So think this part would always have to happen outside the network.

Does the BTC addess request message have to come from the requesting account? If not, it would be safer to create a faucet where the user passes his NXT account address, then the faucet sends the AM to request the BTC wallet address and sends out just 1 NXT to the user account.

A faucet that sends out just one NXT to addresses with no transactions yet can't be robbed.
Currently I do require the requesting acct to tokenize all requests, but I am thinking of relaxing that requirement for deposit address requests.

If somebody can get me example C source code for a .cgi (?) program that I can drop into an Apache configuration (I also need to know where the directory is!), then I can write a "realtime" deposit address generator that would bypass the blockchain for the request. The danger is of course spam, but I think if I limited access to a specific lists of IP addresses, then it would not be an issue. Also some sort of cap on the number of requests, probably set by sending in a deposit to cover the costs of the AM's that do go out.

I just dont know how to get the output of C code to an html page. So as soon as I get the example Apache .cgi (not even sure if that is what it is!), I can make a webpage where you send in a NXT address and it spits back the JSON that will arrive in the AM in a near future block. The actual address generation takes a second or so, there is no need to wait 5 minutes

I will put this program on my development server, but it has DDOs protection, so it should be OK and it will be the only server in direct contact with the MGW servers.

James
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: nxtperceval on July 19, 2014, 05:43:57 pm
why nxt marketing is doing NOTHING to promote this great thing?? (or I don't see nothing relevant at this time)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: valarmg on July 19, 2014, 05:46:18 pm
why nxt marketing is doing NOTHING to promote this great thing?? (or I don't see nothing relevant at this time)

Don't want too many people coming yet, I think, there're still some bugs to iron out. Also, we still have to go to production servers.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 06:18:16 pm
Could someone go through coinmarketcap and get all bitcoind (or similar) forks that either support or is likely to support multisig in the near future? I have 32 slots for coins that could be supported (that actually leaves another 32), but I need to hardcode a coinid with the coin and I want to do this upfront so I dont have to keep making a new version for every new coin that we want to support.

Thanks

If I knew how to do it, I would do it for you. :)
Actually all I need is the symbol of the coin. I think if its firstgen coin and we might want to support it, I can just hardcode it in, so the question really is what 32 (24 left) coins do we want to potentially support?
Dont worry there will still be 32 more spots left
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: rudeboi on July 19, 2014, 07:21:04 pm
Currently I do require the requesting acct to tokenize all requests, but I am thinking of relaxing that requirement for deposit address requests.

If somebody can get me example C source code for a .cgi (?) program that I can drop into an Apache configuration (I also need to know where the directory is!), then I can write a "realtime" deposit address generator that would bypass the blockchain for the request. The danger is of course spam, but I think if I limited access to a specific lists of IP addresses, then it would not be an issue. Also some sort of cap on the number of requests, probably set by sending in a deposit to cover the costs of the AM's that do go out.

I just dont know how to get the output of C code to an html page. So as soon as I get the example Apache .cgi (not even sure if that is what it is!), I can make a webpage where you send in a NXT address and it spits back the JSON that will arrive in the AM in a near future block. The actual address generation takes a second or so, there is no need to wait 5 minutes

I will put this program on my development server, but it has DDOs protection, so it should be OK and it will be the only server in direct contact with the MGW servers.

James

Brilliant work, I understand this enables web based deposit requests, so for example if was loaded onto Nxt.org and the IP address was allowed in MGW this would essentially become a very simple way of funding a Nxt account, I'm very impressed!

Bump for a request to help James out in getting an output of C code to an html page.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 08:33:30 pm
Could someone go through coinmarketcap and get all bitcoind (or similar) forks that either support or is likely to support multisig in the near future? I have 32 slots for coins that could be supported (that actually leaves another 32), but I need to hardcode a coinid with the coin and I want to do this upfront so I dont have to keep making a new version for every new coin that we want to support.

Thanks

If I knew how to do it, I would do it for you. :)
Actually all I need is the symbol of the coin. I think if its firstgen coin and we might want to support it, I can just hardcode it in, so the question really is what 32 (24 left) coins do we want to potentially support?
Dont worry there will still be 32 more spots left

How does one know if it supports multisig?  I have no problem going out and grabbing mature(not the scam coins) with large trading volumes.  I'll need to know what to look for.  Some that come to mind off the top of my head(without checking multisig) are vericoin, monero, XCP.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: josephliton on July 19, 2014, 09:12:01 pm
Godd job ! :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: rdanneskjoldr on July 19, 2014, 09:20:22 pm
I think we now have a chicken/egg problem for new NXTers. As a new user who wants to use the mgw to convert BTC into NXT, you don't have the NXT to pay the fees to get the BTC address and create the sell order for the btcasset.

Isnt it possible to create a bot that sends 1 nxt to all the accounts that deposit btc to get mgwBTC and have a nxt balance of zero?
It also avoids people abusing the system if you were giving nxt for free.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: vladimirceman91 on July 19, 2014, 09:33:15 pm
I think we now have a chicken/egg problem for new NXTers. As a new user who wants to use the mgw to convert BTC into NXT, you don't have the NXT to pay the fees to get the BTC address and create the sell order for the btcasset.

Newbies can just use faucets and everything will be fine... :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 19, 2014, 09:51:18 pm
Could someone go through coinmarketcap and get all bitcoind (or similar) forks that either support or is likely to support multisig in the near future? I have 32 slots for coins that could be supported (that actually leaves another 32), but I need to hardcode a coinid with the coin and I want to do this upfront so I dont have to keep making a new version for every new coin that we want to support.

Thanks

If I knew how to do it, I would do it for you. :)
Actually all I need is the symbol of the coin. I think if its firstgen coin and we might want to support it, I can just hardcode it in, so the question really is what 32 (24 left) coins do we want to potentially support?
Dont worry there will still be 32 more spots left

How does one know if it supports multisig?  I have no problem going out and grabbing mature(not the scam coins) with large trading volumes.  I'll need to know what to look for.  Some that come to mind off the top of my head(without checking multisig) are vericoin, monero, XCP.
no worries, I got the list.
I will have a release soon that I think you will like
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: m30188 on July 19, 2014, 09:59:21 pm
How 'bout Startcoin?

START
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 19, 2014, 10:21:16 pm
If somebody can get me example C source code for a .cgi (?) program that I can drop into an Apache configuration (I also need to know where the directory is!), then I can write a "realtime" deposit address generator that would bypass the blockchain for the request.

(...)

I just dont know how to get the output of C code to an html page. So as soon as I get the example Apache .cgi (not even sure if that is what it is!), I can make a webpage where you send in a NXT address and it spits back the JSON that will arrive in the AM in a near future block.

Yes, you'd use CGI to produce html from C code server-side.

You need to start using

Code: [Select]
printf( "Content-type: text/html\n\n");
and then output the whole html page using html tags. An example of CGI program in C could be:

Code: [Select]
#include <stdio.h>

int main()
{
  printf("Content-type: text/html\n\n");
  printf("<html>\n");
  printf("<body>\n");
  printf("<b>Web page text body example for James, using bold as example tag</b>\n");
  printf("</body>\n");
  printf("</html>\n");
  return 0;
}

\n is not mandatory but makes it more readable.

And to run this stuff in Apache, at least in the default Apache running on Ubuntu I've used, executables go in /usr/lib/cgi-bin. Here's a tuto (http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/diy-it-guy/diy-enable-cgi-on-your-apache-server/) to make sure cgi-bin is properly configured.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 19, 2014, 10:41:51 pm

no worries, I got the list.
I will have a release soon that I think you will like

Neat. :)  Sorry I couldn't have been more help. :/  There are so many cool projects here, and I feel like I don't have the elite h4x0R skills to help out! :(
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: rlh on July 20, 2014, 07:55:17 pm
Might a make a suggestion-- from here on, let's not focus on coins in the top 20 of market cap.  The reason why is because most of those communities, surrounding those coins, are quite established.  Your not going to find many old, big time BTC or LTC fans pouring into Nxt.  Why? Because they are all bag holders who don't want to let go of their sizable BTC wallets for alts.

However, there are other, up-and-coming coins that are innovative that aren't yet integrated into big exchanges.  I'm not saying you guys need to be like cryptsy or Bter.  I do think that implementing every new thing can cause problems.  However, coins like Boolberry that are sleeper coins, but somewhat innovative could do well with an MGW gateway AND that would also get Boolberry users into Nxt.

It's a win for us, and a win for the smaller, less known coins.

(And if you take my suggestion seriously, I'd like to throw QORA in as an option.) ;)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on July 20, 2014, 08:03:05 pm
Agreed!  Let's get some of the new ones onto the AE.  Voot, Rox, Monero, Tor, Razor, Minerals...
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 20, 2014, 08:03:38 pm
Might a make a suggestion-- from here on, let's not focus on coins in the top 20 of market cap.  The reason why is because most of those communities, surrounding those coins, are quite established.  Your not going to find many old, big time BTC or LTC fans pouring into Nxt.  Why? Because they are all bag holders who don't want to let go of their sizable BTC wallets for alts.

However, there are other, up-and-coming coins that are innovative that aren't yet integrated into big exchanges.  I'm not saying you guys need to be like cryptsy or Bter.  I do think that implementing every new thing can cause problems.  However, coins like Boolberry that are sleeper coins, but somewhat innovative could do well with an MGW gateway AND that would also get Boolberry users into Nxt.

It's a win for us, and a win for the smaller, less known coins.

(And if you take my suggestion seriously, I'd like to throw QORA in as an option.) ;)
This is why I made uMGW!
I dont have to really be involved in the decisions or more importantly, the work required to support the hundreds of possible coins.

If someone wants to support OctoCoin, nobody can stop them
Decentralization

James
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: crimi on July 20, 2014, 08:07:59 pm
Might a make a suggestion-- from here on, let's not focus on coins in the top 20 of market cap.  The reason why is because most of those communities, surrounding those coins, are quite established.  Your not going to find many old, big time BTC or LTC fans pouring into Nxt.  Why? Because they are all bag holders who don't want to let go of their sizable BTC wallets for alts.

However, there are other, up-and-coming coins that are innovative that aren't yet integrated into big exchanges.  I'm not saying you guys need to be like cryptsy or Bter.  I do think that implementing every new thing can cause problems.  However, coins like Boolberry that are sleeper coins, but somewhat innovative could do well with an MGW gateway AND that would also get Boolberry users into Nxt.

It's a win for us, and a win for the smaller, less known coins.

(And if you take my suggestion seriously, I'd like to throw QORA in as an option.) ;)
This is why I made uMGW!
I dont have to really be involved in the decisions or more importantly, the work required to support the hundreds of possible coins.

If someone wants to support OctoCoin, nobody can stop them
Decentralization

James

In the end it would be really cool to see multigateways popping up like mining pools. Everyone runs one ^^
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: longzai1988 on July 21, 2014, 09:14:50 am
Lite mgw v1.1 released, fixed previous reported bug

https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=3008.0
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 21, 2014, 12:38:22 pm
Thanks :)

Website downloads (http://multigateway.com/#sec_downloads) have been updated to MGW Lite v1.1.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 21, 2014, 08:15:12 pm
And software versions updated again to MGW Lite v1.2, including a fix for a bug in generating deposit addresses for short Nxt account IDs.

Thanks again to longzai1988 :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 23, 2014, 07:34:38 pm
A v1 of the Multigateway FAQ (http://multigateway.com/user-guide/user-support/) has been added to the website.

New relevant questions, fixes and updates will be added as they are brought up. So please, feel free to leave comments and suggestions.

I'm leaving here a bbcode version for forum reference. Please note that in the website front there is a MGW service description (http://multigateway.com/#sec_service) that covers basic introductory information, not repeated in these more specific FAQ.

MGW FAQ v1

Getting Started

- Where can I get a few NXT to get started using Multigateway?

If you are new to Nxt, but have some of the MGW supported coins, a great way to get started in the Nxt platform is to deposit some of your coins in the Asset Exchange and trade them for NXT. Once you have created your new Nxt account, Multigateway allows you to do that. You just have to generate your coin deposit address following this user guide and sell your coins in the Exchange using existing buy orders, or if you prefer, place your own sell order.

Since generating a coin deposit address and placing an order in the Asset Exchange are transactions in the Nxt network, you will need to cover the current transaction fee of 1 NXT per transaction. No NXT? No problem. Just visit us in the Multigateway Starting Giveaway Thread (https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=3907.0) in the Nxt Forums, post your new Nxt account ID and we'll send you 2 NXT so you can get your coins live in the Nxt Asset Exchange.

Security and Operations

- Why is Nxt Multigateway more secure than any centralized exchanges and gateways?

As you can read in the Service Description (http://multigateway.com/#sec_service), the use of multiple multisignature accounts and separate, independent servers increases the security of the system by a very large factor when compared to a centralized exchange. An attacker that wanted to grab the coins wouldn't only need to crack one server security and one coin account, as he would need to do with a centralized exchange; he would also need to crack at least a second server, and then deal with multiple multisignature accounts, all without being detected. In the event of detecting any intrusion attempt, the service can be temporarily locked and shut down before the multisignature accounts move a step closer to become vulnerable.

- Will Multigateway have trouble in the event of a fork, as it has happened to some centralized exchanges?

Since the blockchain information in the servers is redundant, and the three servers have to agree in order to authorize coin withdrawals, the Multigateway software will automatically stop withdrawals as soon as a fork is detected, and until the fork is resolved. 

- Who controls the Multigateway servers?

In this early beta stage, the three separate MGW servers that hold the coins multisignature accounts are operated by the MGW core developer. Very soon, the three servers will be operated by three independent entities: BitHaus, MyNxt and the core developer.
Also, additional clusters of three servers are being deployed, and each server cluster will be operating new coins supported by the Multigateway software. Each of these clusters will be run by three different operators. 

- What if one of the servers goes down?

Since all three MGW servers need to achieve consensus before the 2-of-3 required signatures confirm a coin withdrawal, withdraws would be stopped while the server goes back online. Two thirds of the coin deposits would go through, and the remaining third would be processed once the server is restored.
Coin assets and Asset Exchange trade operations are independent from the MGW servers, so they wouldn't be affected by one server going offline.

- What happens if the Multigateway coin accounts runs out of reserve?

Multigateway has 100% reserve, since all the coin assets sent by MGW are backed up by deposits made in Multigateway. So the only way Multigateway could run out of reserve would be if everyone withdrew their coins from the Asset Exchange back to their coin wallets. For as long as you have your coin assets in the Nxt Asset Exchange, you will be able to withdraw the equivalent amount of coins.

- Is it possible to see MGW operations and transactions information?

Multigateway is open. Since all the transactions information is in the Nxt blockchain and in the blockchain of the corresponding supported coins, anybody can do a realtime audit on all the coin account balances and compare against the coin assets available in the Nxt Asset Exchange. If you want to follow realtime information of Multigateway balances and transactions, you can install the MGW software client (NXTservices). You can find it in the NXTservices Releases board in Nxt Forums here (https://nxtforum.org/index.php?board=61.0).
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: valarmg on July 23, 2014, 07:54:54 pm
Looks good. One sentence stood out to me as needing tweaking:
"So the only way Multigateway could run out of reserve would be if everyone withdrew their coins from the Asset Exchange back to their coin wallets."

Saying that it's run out of reserve suggests that the MGW can't fulfill it's withdrawal requirements. Maybe: "the only way Multigateway ends up empty of coins is if everyone withdraws the coins that they have deposited."
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: Sebastien256 on July 23, 2014, 08:03:45 pm

- Who controls the Multigateway servers?

In this early beta stage, the three separate MGW servers that hold the coins multisignature accounts are operated by the MGW core developer. Very soon, the three servers will be operated by three independent entities: BitHaus, MyNxt and the core developer.
Also, additional clusters of three servers are being deployed, and each server cluster will be operating new coins supported by the Multigateway software. Each of these clusters will be run by three different operators. 


As MGW will probably handle a lot of money, imho, I would recommand more transparency by stating who (real identity) have access to the key that sign the MGW transaction. At least, if it is not the real identity, please state Nxt forum nickname or BTT nickname.

By knowing their real identity, this reduce by several order of magnitude the risk of collusion.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: ThomasVeil on July 23, 2014, 08:03:58 pm
The link on the user guide (http://multigateway.com/user-guide/installing-the-software/) to "Download the Multigateway Lite Beta UI extension here." Is down (links to outdated version).
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 23, 2014, 09:20:30 pm
Looks good. One sentence stood out to me as needing tweaking:
"So the only way Multigateway could run out of reserve would be if everyone withdrew their coins from the Asset Exchange back to their coin wallets."

Saying that it's run out of reserve suggests that the MGW can't fulfill it's withdrawal requirements. Maybe: "the only way Multigateway ends up empty of coins is if everyone withdraws the coins that they have deposited."

Thank you. I've changed the sentence as you suggest.


- Who controls the Multigateway servers?

In this early beta stage, the three separate MGW servers that hold the coins multisignature accounts are operated by the MGW core developer. Very soon, the three servers will be operated by three independent entities: BitHaus, MyNxt and the core developer.
Also, additional clusters of three servers are being deployed, and each server cluster will be operating new coins supported by the Multigateway software. Each of these clusters will be run by three different operators. 


As MGW will probably handle a lot of money, imho, I would recommand more transparency by stating who (real identity) have access to the key that sign the MGW transaction. At least, if it is not the real identity, please state Nxt forum nickname or BTT nickname.

By knowing their real identity, this reduce by several order of magnitude the risk of collusion.

I didn't include that information since it can be found fairly easily, but since the MGW website shouldn't imply visitors are also nxtforum users, I agree that at least the nicknames (or company names in some cases) should be added for contact reference. I'll change that.

The link on the user guide (http://multigateway.com/user-guide/installing-the-software/) to "Download the Multigateway Lite Beta UI extension here." Is down (links to outdated version).
 

Fixed, thank you.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: ThomasVeil on July 24, 2014, 12:00:54 am
The link on the user guide (http://multigateway.com/user-guide/installing-the-software/) to "Download the Multigateway Lite Beta UI extension here." Is down (links to outdated version).
 

Fixed, thank you.

Hate to say it - but it's still an outdated version ;D It's 1.1 but the current version on the download is 1.2.

Also as I'm just looking into it - so there are two newcomer questions coming to my mind:
- Is my BTC (or LTC) deposit bound to my NXT address? So it's not stored locally on my computer?
Just to make sure that I don't lose it if I delete the current NXT client installation.

- What if I don't generate an deposite address but buy assets... what will happen? Because I assume that internally the mGW does transfer the Bitcoins there?

I think for beginners it would be handy to have one line on how to add the asset - and how the price works. I.e. that 1 asset is equal 1BTC. It's not that super obvious for noobs I think - since from exchanges one is used to see prices in the 0.000076 BTC format.
Would actually be cool if the AE could somehow show that price (Asset/nxt) somehow.

Other than that - it's a really good website and neat user guide, makes the process easy.
The plugin works also nice so far. Even simpler than I thought.

Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 24, 2014, 12:33:04 am
Thanks :)

Hate to say it - but it's still an outdated version ;D It's 1.1 but the current version on the download is 1.2.

Sorry about that. Re-fixed.

Also as I'm just looking into it - so there are two newcomer questions coming to my mind:
- Is my BTC (or LTC) deposit bound to my NXT address? So it's not stored locally on my computer?
Just to make sure that I don't lose it if I delete the current NXT client installation.

If you mean your BTC/LTC deposit address, it is stored in the MGW servers. And if you mean your coin assets, they are in the Nxt blockchain... so no worries, as usual the only thing you need to operate is your Nxt passphrase to unlock your Nxt account as usual (and your BTC address in the case of withdrawals). No specific information is stored locally.

- What if I don't generate an deposite address but buy assets... what will happen? Because I assume that internally the mGW does transfer the Bitcoins there?

Coin assets work exactly like another asset. It's just that they have BTC counterparts in the MGW multisig accounts. So you can buy mgwBTC without having the MGW Lite extension installed, but you'll need it when you want to do a withdrawal to your BTC wallet address.

I think for beginners it would be handy to have one line on how to add the asset - and how the price works. I.e. that 1 asset is equal 1BTC. It's not that super obvious for noobs I think - since from exchanges one is used to see prices in the 0.000076 BTC format.

I believe the direct correspondence BTC > mgwBTC is already mentioned somewhere, but I can make that super explicit in the next website info update. Thanks for the feedback, one essential side of promoting MGW is not assuming everyone knows what we do.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: ThomasVeil on July 24, 2014, 08:42:19 pm
Thanks for the info VanBreuk.
One more: How careful do I have to be, since it's called beta? I'm up for trading around with it as it also helps the volume, thats really the only thing missing (other than that it seems very promising). But I assume I shouldn't put a bigger amount in it yet?
Coinmarketcap could also use as one exchange for determining the NXT price... since they have the asset functionality anyways.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 24, 2014, 10:58:01 pm
One more: How careful do I have to be, since it's called beta? I'm up for trading around with it as it also helps the volume, thats really the only thing missing (other than that it seems very promising). But I assume I shouldn't put a bigger amount in it yet?

The beta label doesn't imply we are aware of any bugs; it's rather a way of saying the software hasn't been run extensively for a long time yet. But since all the transactions information can be found in the blockchains and the server information is redundant, a potential bug that caused a server crash would not place any deposits in jeopardy.

MGW has been working great this first week, but if you need help to feel more confident in depositing larger amounts,

1) Migration of the servers to their three separate final hosts (nxthaus, mynxt and frohicke) should happen soon
2) chanc3r is reviewing the MGW code
3) an insurance service for MGW deposits is on the works

Coinmarketcap could also use as one exchange for determining the NXT price... since they have the asset functionality anyways.

Good point, both volume and price in CMC should keep an eye on the AE for coin assets. The change right now would be very small due to early low volume, but eventually they'll need to hook up.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: P2PGuy on July 24, 2014, 11:01:07 pm
NXT Studios has just delivered a Direct Response film for NXT Multigateway (MGW).  http://nxtstudios.org/mgw (http://nxtstudios.org/mgw)

The film clip is now available on the NXT Studios channel on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/101666304 (http://vimeo.com/101666304) with a link to embed into any NXT website or NXT blog.

It is completely loop-able for constant website use, where appropriate.

Congratulations and great work to all team members who made the Multigateway.com website and MGW plugin possible.


NXT Studios - NXT Generation Entertainment

http://nxtstudios.org (http://nxtstudios.org)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on July 24, 2014, 11:39:34 pm
One more: How careful do I have to be, since it's called beta? I'm up for trading around with it as it also helps the volume, thats really the only thing missing (other than that it seems very promising). But I assume I shouldn't put a bigger amount in it yet?

The beta label doesn't imply we are aware of any bugs; it's rather a way of saying the software hasn't been run extensively for a long time yet. But since all the transactions information can be found in the blockchains and the server information is redundant, a potential bug that caused a server crash would not place any deposits in jeopardy.

MGW has been working great this first week, but if you need help to feel more confident in depositing larger amounts,

1) Migration of the servers to their three separate final hosts (nxthaus, mynxt and frohicke) should happen soon
2) chanc3r is reviewing the MGW code
3) an insurance service for MGW deposits is on the works

Coinmarketcap could also use as one exchange for determining the NXT price... since they have the asset functionality anyways.

Good point, both volume and price in CMC should keep an eye on the AE for coin assets. The change right now would be very small due to early low volume, but eventually they'll need to hook up.
I think the most important aspect of "beta" is that I cannot guarantee 100% uptime of MGW servers as they are running on my development servers.
Throughout the beta testing, I am not aware of anything more than a few satoshis lost (due to valarmg's satoshi bug which has been fixed)
So, no guarantees on response time and of course, always chance of something bad to happen, hence the "beta" tag

Now, once the assets are in your account, then MGW has really no involvement for all AE transactions, so that part is as reliable as NXT AE
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 26, 2014, 04:17:52 pm
The Multigateway Supported Coins (http://multigateway.com/#sec_coins) page has been updated with the latest additions to the work list :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: ThomasVeil on July 26, 2014, 04:51:40 pm
Thanks for the answers. Can I bother you guys a bit more? You can smite me if you get annoyed :D

Now, once the assets are in your account, then MGW has really no involvement for all AE transactions, so that part is as reliable as NXT AE

My security concern was not so much about the AE part, but the BTC deposit. What if there is data-loss in the servers? Maybe the server-transition has trouble. Then the addresses/keys would be lost?

Secondly, I wonder who "owns" the current mgwBTC assets? Is there a loophole in the "trustless" idea? Because let's say it's you as the issuer, then couldn't you just sell them all one day and run for the hills?

Lastly, the withdrawal part could be a bit more 'responsive'. I deducted 0.3 BTC. But even when they were gone, the balance in the NxtServices panel still shows that I own them... at least in one box. Here is a screenshot (see in the background the wrong number):
(http://i.imgur.com/XbvaIkn.png)
I didn't know the transaction already happened. Noticed only later in Bter that it was done already. Ideally it could let me know the trasnaction ID... maybe? Or a "done" or "processing" signal.
Overall I think it took about an hour to show up there.
Didn't try deposits yet, but I'll get to it when the price allows.


So far it all works pretty neat. Much easier than expected.
Biggest issue was for me to figure out the prices - since the AE list's it as NXT/BTC not the other way around like exchanges usually have. So maybe a plugin could fix that or wesley could even offer a little option in the client to switch the view - to make trading easier. I think its really a barrier for non-math peeps.
Graphs and stuff would be nice of course. And instant transactions are needed to make this usuable for proper trading - but you're on to that as far as I know, so yeah.


The Multigateway Supported Coins (http://multigateway.com/#sec_coins) page has been updated with the latest additions to the work list :)

Ah, BTCD neato.
Great job guys! I'm excited about this - gonna be huge!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 26, 2014, 05:14:06 pm
My security concern was not so much about the AE part, but the BTC deposit. What if there is data-loss in the servers? Maybe the server-transition has trouble. Then the addresses/keys would be lost?

Transition to the definitive production servers will require re-generating deposit addresses. James can give more details about how that is going to work.

Secondly, I wonder who "owns" the current mgwBTC assets? Is there a loophole in the "trustless" idea? Because let's say it's you as the issuer, then couldn't you just sell them all one day and run for the hills?

This is a trust element discussed here - https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=3881.msg69120#msg69120

Lastly, the withdrawal part could be a bit more 'responsive'. I deducted 0.3 BTC. But even when they were gone, the balance in the NxtServices panel still shows that I own them...

(...)

Biggest issue was for me to figure out the prices - since the AE list's it as NXT/BTC not the other way around like exchanges usually have. So maybe a plugin could fix that or wesley could even offer a little option in the client to switch the view - to make trading easier. I think its really a barrier for non-math peeps.
Graphs and stuff would be nice of course. And instant transactions are needed to make this usuable for proper trading - but you're on to that as far as I know, so yeah.

For any UI feedback and suggestions, please post in the Lite MGW UI topic - https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=3008.0

Bigger chance of longzai reading your comments :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: toenu on July 27, 2014, 10:03:56 am
Is there some sort of infographic or diagram that explains how MGW works? Other than the simplistic one on the website - I'm thinking more something that explains the multisignature aspect. This would be very helpful when introducing the concept to new people or trying to explain to skeptical people.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: toenu on July 27, 2014, 10:09:14 am
NXT Studios has just delivered a Direct Response film for NXT Multigateway (MGW).  http://nxtstudios.org/mgw (http://nxtstudios.org/mgw)

The film clip is now available on the NXT Studios channel on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/101666304 (http://vimeo.com/101666304) with a link to embed into any NXT website or NXT blog.


The video didn't work for me with the first link. On firefox I got "Unable to play media. Media format not supported", on Chrome it stays black but audio is playing and on IE it's just loading.
On vimeo it played fine, good work. :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 27, 2014, 10:47:46 am
Is there some sort of infographic or diagram that explains how MGW works? Other than the simplistic one on the website - I'm thinking more something that explains the multisignature aspect. This would be very helpful when introducing the concept to new people or trying to explain to skeptical people.

Not yet, but that's a good suggestion.

I'm adding it to the queue, but if there's anyone with understanding of the service that makes such a detailed diagram, and it is approved by James, we'll pledge 500 MGW assets.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: salsacz on July 29, 2014, 07:57:48 am
there is too much you/your at the website - actually there should be no "you" at all  8)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 29, 2014, 08:57:04 am
there is too much you/your at the website - actually there should be no "you" at all  8)

Other feedback suggested to avoid dry technicalities and to make the information more personal... is it the precisely the direct personal appeal what you don't like?

Thanks.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: salsacz on July 29, 2014, 09:36:56 am
well, this is more like philosophical question - is it a marketing piece or more general business info? http://www.ereleases.com/prfuel/second-person-vs-third-person-in-your-business-writing/
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on July 29, 2014, 09:46:37 am
Website is aimed at end users.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 13, 2014, 10:44:01 pm
The Windows installer in the site is now updated with NRS 1.2.5.

For whoever wants to know more about how Multigateway works (including a more detailed service description and the operations chart I'm also attaching here) I just uploaded the v.01 of the Multigateway Service Docs - http://multigateway.org/downloads/Multigateway_docs.pdf

I'll leave that as a permalink you can also access in the website service description, and update it as it gets obsolete.

(http://i.imgur.com/WG51zII.png)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on August 14, 2014, 01:23:58 am
Nicely!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: n3lz0n on August 14, 2014, 03:24:26 am
amazing!!!

is Coin2 possible to get thru this MGW? thanks.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 14, 2014, 02:15:11 pm
Website downloads updated to Lite MGW 1.4.1.

is Coin2 possible to get thru this MGW? thanks.

Coin2 is a fork of PPC, and that suggests it does not support multi-signature. If that is so, and since MGW requires multisig support, Coin2 would not be supported at this stage of development.

But there might be ways for MGW to provide the multisig in future releases, so never say never :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on August 14, 2014, 04:48:20 pm
I think supporting a bunch of alts could be cool, but speed and reliability should be priority, not sure if adding numerous coins affects that.   If it does, then I would say absolutely stick to the big coins, mainly BTC, LTC, at this point.  There is a reason why Coinbase isn't supporting anything other than BTC. 
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 14, 2014, 05:20:05 pm
Agreed that speed and robustness are priorities and they're being treated as such.

Implementing other coins might not have a strong effect in mgwASSETS volume or in the large scale adoption of MGW, but consider these:

1 - It's a way to open the AE to alt communities.
2 - With the future asset-to-asset exchange based on InstantDEX orderbooks, AE will also become a crypto exchange with the lowest fees in the market, and with a very high flexibility (any trading pair should be possible).
3 - Development of main production servers and testing of additional coins are compatible since they are being done by different people.

So if you see dev talk about additional coins, don't be afraid... it's not that devs are overlooking essential issues, they're just working while essential issues are fixed :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on August 14, 2014, 05:32:09 pm
Agreed that speed and robustness are priorities and they're being treated as such.

Implementing other coins might not have a strong effect in mgwASSETS volume or in the large scale adoption of MGW, but consider these:

1 - It's a way to open the AE to alt communities.
2 - With the future asset-to-asset exchange based on InstantDEX orderbooks, AE will also become a crypto exchange with the lowest fees in the market, and with a very high flexibility (any trading pair should be possible).
3 - Development of main production servers and testing of additional coins are compatible since they are being done by different people.

So if you see dev talk about additional coins, don't be afraid... it's not that devs are overlooking essential issues, they're just working while essential issues are fixed :)

Agree, I'm all for adding any alt, just as long as efficiency isn't sacrificed.  Regardless, you guys are doing a great job and we've already seem huge trades happen via MGW.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: jl777 on August 14, 2014, 05:44:21 pm
I think supporting a bunch of alts could be cool, but speed and reliability should be priority, not sure if adding numerous coins affects that.   If it does, then I would say absolutely stick to the big coins, mainly BTC, LTC, at this point.  There is a reason why Coinbase isn't supporting anything other than BTC.
speed and reliability are difficult to achieve at the same time. like heisenburg principle
you want it fast, then chance for error goes up
you want it reliable, it becomes slower

to get both is a major project that requires refactor. I will not be doing this, new dev is needed to do this and I will of course help. So, current level of performance is what MGW will be for a while. However, more and more coins can be added using the current design and it is totally independent of the main MGW servers
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on August 14, 2014, 05:49:02 pm
I think supporting a bunch of alts could be cool, but speed and reliability should be priority, not sure if adding numerous coins affects that.   If it does, then I would say absolutely stick to the big coins, mainly BTC, LTC, at this point.  There is a reason why Coinbase isn't supporting anything other than BTC.
speed and reliability are difficult to achieve at the same time. like heisenburg principle
you want it fast, then chance for error goes up
you want it reliable, it becomes slower

to get both is a major project that requires refactor. I will not be doing this, new dev is needed to do this and I will of course help. So, current level of performance is what MGW will be for a while. However, more and more coins can be added using the current design and it is totally independent of the main MGW servers

Sure, that makes sense.  I think reliability far exceeds speed as far as importance.  It's been plenty fast for me so far.  Knowing that I can withdraw or deposit reliably and that my coins are secure on MGW is most important.  Keep up the good work!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 18, 2014, 10:58:29 pm
Added to http://multigateway.org/#sec_downloads the SHA256 hashes of the current Lite Multigateway version (plus link to release post) and Nxt Client + Lite Multigateway Windows installer.

Now waiting for the hosting provider to activate the SSL cert we purchased...
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on August 18, 2014, 11:05:43 pm
VB, did we resolve the API issue with MGW?  Hard to follow in all the threads.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 18, 2014, 11:12:41 pm
James has made changes in the MGW code and Frohike is currently testing the new release. We should be able to confirm it soon.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on August 18, 2014, 11:14:20 pm
James has made changes in the MGW code and Frohike is currently testing the new release. We should be able to confirm it soon.

Awesome, Good work guys!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 21, 2014, 11:34:28 am
Okay, so Multigateway is back online :) Current Status:

BTC: Working
BTCD: Working - New coin
LTC: Under maintenance

Added BitcoinDark (BTCD) information and new downloads (http://multigateway.org/#sec_downloads) to the website:

- Lite Multigateway 1.4.4 Extension compatible with Nxt Client 1.2.6 (Win/Mac/Linux) - Release (https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=4667.0)
SHA256: eb30e38d7a89d57785eba51662de0fdd91c48c75e7786f97f4ee6621c9d66882

- Nxt Client 1.2.6 + Lite Multigateway 1.4.4 Windows Installer
SHA256: 50c55aa137d2bbc38688da7fae790a1f8dc65c2ea371a0fc6502c242d88df7a8

Security Verification Token from Nxt Account in my signature
Text:
Code: [Select]
http://multigateway.org update 21-08-2014 by VanBreukToken:
Code: [Select]
5q6ooq3juuls2rn1os7t1bkpl924d3seqto1jpal9d8reu65cf9bme5o6kek8ho1ii680qunj8iltv1lns8hsbujtcuboqredris9qaegqi0i4df7v83g9ve5vrndo03lvh0ireofogdt3enkvp2adgtvfh0fkv3
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: ThomasVeil on August 21, 2014, 11:46:34 am
Awesome! BTCD!
Now if the volume gets right, then I can stop using craptsy foreveeeer!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: blackyblack1 on August 21, 2014, 11:52:04 am
Multigateway.org now links asset information to NxtReporting site. But NxtReporting shows outdated information about assets. Maybe use secureae or ask NxtReporting to fix the problem?
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cc001 on August 21, 2014, 11:55:04 am
Multigateway.org now links asset information to NxtReporting site. But NxtReporting shows outdated information about assets. Maybe use secureae or ask NxtReporting to fix the problem?

Yep, nxtreporting.com is stuck for about 2-3 days now, we know it. Unfortunately the dev is out of country and he won't be able to restart blockchain scanning before Monday. Sorry for that.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: damon on August 21, 2014, 11:57:52 am
I take it there is no way to STAKE with the BTCD in the MGW?  I get a little STAKING everday from the client..  Or, is there a way to WATCH an address?
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 21, 2014, 12:19:02 pm
Multigateway.org now links asset information to NxtReporting site. But NxtReporting shows outdated information about assets. Maybe use secureae or ask NxtReporting to fix the problem?

Changed coin asset information links to SecureAE.

mgwBTCD page does not finish refreshing properly because we have no trades yet - I hope to see people breaking the ice soon :)
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: KarlKarlsson on August 21, 2014, 12:19:18 pm
Okay, so Multigateway is back online :) Current Status:

BTC: Working

So then withdrawals made earlier today with the old version will be executed normally?
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 21, 2014, 12:26:29 pm
Okay, so Multigateway is back online :) Current Status:

BTC: Working

So then withdrawals made earlier today with the old version will be executed normally?

Queued withdrawals from these last couple days have been processed, there was only a small amount of 0.27 BTC reported to be in limbo (https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=4079.msg88249#msg88249) by James, see his post.

If withdrawals done earlier today using previous versions -Nxt Client 1.2.5/Lite MGW 1.4.1- delay longer than reasonable, please report in the Multigateway User Support Thread (https://nxtforum.org/nxtservices-releases/multigateway-user-support-thread/).
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: 8 on August 22, 2014, 11:44:52 am
Awesome job! Hope more  coins will be included! Decentralized exchange!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: msin on August 22, 2014, 04:21:23 pm
Great work VB, thank you!
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: Pilot on August 22, 2014, 05:48:22 pm
Is there any way for a third party to set up servers for coins?

Also, I'm confused, did LTC go away?
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: longzai1988 on August 23, 2014, 12:10:05 am
Is there any way for a third party to set up servers for coins?

Also, I'm confused, did LTC go away?

Any third party is welcome to set up servers for coins, for more info please visit https://nxtforum.org/umgwc/

LTC is in transition to production server, once everything is sorted out it will be enable
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 28, 2014, 09:18:32 pm
The multigateway website has been taken temporarily offline for definitive migration to dedicated IP + SSL.

We should be back online very soon.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on August 29, 2014, 12:39:52 am
Ok, there's still a few things to fix that will be addressed tomorrow, but you can access the site now forcing SSL with https://multigateway.org.


Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on September 25, 2014, 11:31:09 pm
Hi, VB - will you please add BC to list of supported coins?

Asset ID: 7117580438310874759
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: VanBreuk on October 02, 2014, 08:00:15 pm
Hi, VB - will you please add BC to list of supported coins?

Asset ID: 7117580438310874759

Sorry I missed this. BC, DOGE and VIA were added to the website a few days ago, probably little after you posted.
Title: Re: Nxt Multigateway Website is online!
Post by: cobaltskky on October 02, 2014, 11:47:07 pm
Hi, VB - will you please add BC to list of supported coins?

Asset ID: 7117580438310874759

Sorry I missed this. BC, DOGE and VIA were added to the website a few days ago, probably little after you posted.

No worries, VB!  Thanks!
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