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Hi Nxt-People
The Nxt ecosystem has a shiny brandnew service: NxtReporting.com is a beautiful, easy to use web service. Its main purpose is to track the profitability of your complete Nxt Asset Exchange Portfolio. Yes, exactly: For every asset you possess, you can see if you made a profit or a loss with it. You can track exactly when you bought how much of it, when you sold it and what were the best trades. Additionally, it works as a complete blockbrowser with graphs of the last trades and a lot of info. And all of that by simply entering your account number. No registering, no login needed, for free!

=How can you help to further improve NxtReporting.com and increase the overall value of Nxt=
* test, use, and enjoy NxtReporting: go to NxtReporting.com, enter your Nxt account number, have fun.
* spread the word about NxtReporting: tweet about it, retweet about it, blog about it, post about it, tell your friends, neighbors and grand parents about it.
* Give feedback to us: possible improvements, feature requests, bug reports. Every feedback is appreciated!

=How we want to further improve NxtReporting.com=
* we will continue implementing new features, showing additional information, make nicer and more graphs
* fixing bugs and adding improvements, based on your feedback

NxtReporting.com was created by Dario and me. Dario is the developer of CoinReporting.com, a nice service to track your cryptocurrency portfolio. And me, I am just a simple Nxt enthusiast, who wants Nxt to rule the world :)

TL;DR
Checkout NxtReporting.com, the Nxt Asset Exchange Portfolio Manager with Profitability Tracking. Use it, enjoy it, spread the word about it and give feedback how we can further improve it.

Enjoy Nxt!
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Awesome stuff, thanks for building! :)

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Amazing indeed! :D

Thanks so much!

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Very nice service

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And keep the feature requests and bug reports flowing here :) we'll steadily improve the service!
Don't forget: Enjoy Nxt! :)
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Very nice site. I look forward to seeing it and NXT grow :)

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...
=How can you help to further improve NxtReporting.com and increase the overall value of Nxt=
...
* spread the word about NxtReporting: .. post about it ...

- done (translated to Russian): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=621940.msg7160429#msg7160429
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...
=How can you help to further improve NxtReporting.com and increase the overall value of Nxt=
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* spread the word about NxtReporting: .. post about it ...

- done (translated to Russian): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=621940.msg7160429#msg7160429

great, thx :)
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You can create links like this http://www.nxtreporting.com/?a=3006420581923704757

that works right now for accounts, assetids, and transactionids.
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Can you add a checkbox to My Assets, Assets I had but don't have them anymore (Your amount = 0) so it wont calculate them into Profits/Loss ?

Thanks!

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Hmm, I'm not sure how you would do it, but some assets can be bought for BTC and then the issuer just transfers it to you.  So even though you paid for the asset, it shows up an pure profit on your site.  If someone could manually enter a value, that may help.  Again, though, I'm not 100% sure how to handle that.
Great looking website though!!  And it's great to have an easy way to see what you bought your assets for too.  I've been wondering about that.
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Can you add a checkbox to My Assets, Assets I had but don't have them anymore (Your amount = 0) so it wont calculate them into Profits/Loss ?

Thanks ebby for that input, we'll think about it!
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Hmm, I'm not sure how you would do it, but some assets can be bought for BTC and then the issuer just transfers it to you.  So even though you paid for the asset, it shows up an pure profit on your site.  If someone could manually enter a value, that may help.  Again, though, I'm not 100% sure how to handle that.

hm, that will be difficult to handle, I think it is impossible without using a user-/account-system. But thanks for that idea, is a valid point.

Great looking website though!!  And it's great to have an easy way to see what you bought your assets for too.  I've been wondering about that.

Thanks, credits go mainly to Dario :)
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UPDATE:

Dario is a Coding-Machine!
Have a look at the details page of an asset, for example BitHaus http://nxtreporting.com/?a=13926712251908664867

We have brand-new interactive graphs!
It includes all trades
It includes volumes
It can be zoomed (mark it with the mouse)
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Very impressive!

One thing I've noticed is that in the My Assets panel, sometimes the value of the asset is the Sell price, and sometimes the Buy price. (Ref: Account #15708825649894382541)

Right now I am looking at NxtAT. It lists a Price per Asset of 0.0149. When I go to the NxtAT page in the web wallet Asset Exchange, the lowest Sell price is 0.0149, and the highest Buy price is 0.01102. So for NxtAT you are listing the Sell price.

When I look at NxtStore, you have a Price per Asset of 11.00. The Asset Exchange has a lowest Sell price of 17 and a highest Buy price of 11. Here you are displaying the Buy price.

So you see, for some assets, you select the lowest Sell price, and for others you show the highest Buy price.

I think for My Assets, you should list the highest Buy price, since that is the Nxt liquidation value of the asset that I hold.
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Very impressive!

One thing I've noticed is that in the My Assets panel, sometimes the value of the asset is the Sell price, and sometimes the Buy price. (Ref: Account #15708825649894382541)

Right now I am looking at NxtAT. It lists a Price per Asset of 0.0149. When I go to the NxtAT page in the web wallet Asset Exchange, the lowest Sell price is 0.0149, and the highest Buy price is 0.01102. So for NxtAT you are listing the Sell price.

When I look at NxtStore, you have a Price per Asset of 11.00. The Asset Exchange has a lowest Sell price of 17 and a highest Buy price of 11. Here you are displaying the Buy price.

So you see, for some assets, you select the lowest Sell price, and for others you show the highest Buy price.

I think for My Assets, you should list the highest Buy price, since that is the Nxt liquidation value of the asset that I hold.

Thanks for your analysis, but the "Price" is the price of the last trade that happened. Not a buy or sell offer, it's coincidence that they are the same. We do that because only the trades are the real values, offers mean nothing, they can be cheated...
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Btw: NxtReporting contains some Scam-Protection. When you search for an asset name and there are multiple assets with that name, a warning is shown and all found assets are listed.
See an example here http://nxtreporting.com/?a=xdfb
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Very impressive!

One thing I've noticed is that in the My Assets panel, sometimes the value of the asset is the Sell price, and sometimes the Buy price. (Ref: Account #15708825649894382541)

Right now I am looking at NxtAT. It lists a Price per Asset of 0.0149. When I go to the NxtAT page in the web wallet Asset Exchange, the lowest Sell price is 0.0149, and the highest Buy price is 0.01102. So for NxtAT you are listing the Sell price.

When I look at NxtStore, you have a Price per Asset of 11.00. The Asset Exchange has a lowest Sell price of 17 and a highest Buy price of 11. Here you are displaying the Buy price.

So you see, for some assets, you select the lowest Sell price, and for others you show the highest Buy price.

I think for My Assets, you should list the highest Buy price, since that is the Nxt liquidation value of the asset that I hold.

Thanks for your analysis, but the "Price" is the price of the last trade that happened. Not a buy or sell offer, it's coincidence that they are the same. We do that because only the trades are the real values, offers mean nothing, they can be cheated...

You're right, they can be manipulated. So can actual trades, too. A single person with two accounts can buy-and-sell to himself a tiny amount at a very low or very high price, depending upon where they want to move the market, right? Of course, they can only move it within the buy-sell spread. Is it true that in general the last trade price is considered a better indicator of asset price?

(I am not arguing. I think you both know a lot more about this stuff than I do. Just asking for clarification.)
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Very impressive!

One thing I've noticed is that in the My Assets panel, sometimes the value of the asset is the Sell price, and sometimes the Buy price. (Ref: Account #15708825649894382541)

Right now I am looking at NxtAT. It lists a Price per Asset of 0.0149. When I go to the NxtAT page in the web wallet Asset Exchange, the lowest Sell price is 0.0149, and the highest Buy price is 0.01102. So for NxtAT you are listing the Sell price.

When I look at NxtStore, you have a Price per Asset of 11.00. The Asset Exchange has a lowest Sell price of 17 and a highest Buy price of 11. Here you are displaying the Buy price.

So you see, for some assets, you select the lowest Sell price, and for others you show the highest Buy price.

I think for My Assets, you should list the highest Buy price, since that is the Nxt liquidation value of the asset that I hold.

Thanks for your analysis, but the "Price" is the price of the last trade that happened. Not a buy or sell offer, it's coincidence that they are the same. We do that because only the trades are the real values, offers mean nothing, they can be cheated...

You're right, they can be manipulated. So can actual trades, too. A single person with two accounts can buy-and-sell to himself a tiny amount at a very low or very high price, depending upon where they want to move the market, right? Of course, they can only move it within the buy-sell spread. Is it true that in general the last trade price is considered a better indicator of asset price?

I think so, the sites I know show the last trade prices in the candlestick diagrams. That is the current market price
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