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« on: January 31, 2015, 03:38:19 pm »

Anyone here have a NAS account with at least one out-going transaction?  If so, could you post your NAS address here.  I want to do an experiment that requires a lookup of an address with a public key on the NAS blockchain but I don't have one on that blockchain myself (no outgoing transactions from my NAS account.)  Thanks.
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2015, 03:43:40 pm »

NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV

3306581818356780439

This had one outgoing tx, as I remember, to DGEX.
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2015, 04:02:28 pm »

NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV

3306581818356780439

This had one outgoing tx, as I remember, to DGEX.

Cool.  Thanks!

I'm in the middle of doing a fresh install of NAS on a new VM for this, so it may take me a while before I get back.
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2015, 09:20:56 pm »

what you are going to do  ???
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2015, 12:24:28 am »

NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV

3306581818356780439

This had one outgoing tx, as I remember, to DGEX.

EvilDave, sorry for not getting back sooner.  Anyway, I've sent 1 NXT with a public message to the account on the Nxt blockchain that I believe will be opened by your NAS passphrase.  Could you use your NAS passphrase to log into the Nxt client and check for me please?  Thanks.

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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2015, 01:15:46 am »

NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV

3306581818356780439

This had one outgoing tx, as I remember, to DGEX.

EvilDave, sorry for not getting back sooner.  Anyway, I've sent 1 NXT with a public message to the account on the Nxt blockchain that I believe will be opened by your NAS passphrase.  Could you use your NAS passphrase to log into the Nxt client and check for me please?  Thanks.



That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?

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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2015, 01:21:24 am »

NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV

3306581818356780439

This had one outgoing tx, as I remember, to DGEX.

EvilDave, sorry for not getting back sooner.  Anyway, I've sent 1 NXT with a public message to the account on the Nxt blockchain that I believe will be opened by your NAS passphrase.  Could you use your NAS passphrase to log into the Nxt client and check for me please?  Thanks.



That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?
just wait till he copies your one signed transaction to the other blockchain...  :D
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #7 on: February 01, 2015, 01:22:14 am »

That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?

I figured it was better to demonstrate it was true rather than to just say it was true and that everybody knows it.  <shrug>

What I'll be doing is taking the public keys from the NAS blockchain of accounts holding NAScoin and placing those public keys into the Nxt blockchain.  Then with the help of the ORA project distribute XOR to those accounts. That's the plan, anyway.

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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #8 on: February 01, 2015, 01:25:56 am »

That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?

I figured it was better to demonstrate it was true rather than to just say it was true and that everybody knows it.  <shrug>

What I'll be doing is taking the public keys from the NAS blockchain of accounts holding NAScoin and placing those public keys into the Nxt blockchain.  Then with the help of the ORA project distribute XOR to those accounts. That's the plan, anyway.
he didn't say it was common knowledge, just public.
I would also like him to check for sure though, because as far as I know NAS code might have been non publicly modified...

btw, I like your plan...

EDIT: Maybe you should wait untill NXT goes back to an optional public key, so you can distribute the darkNAS as well...
Dunno when that will be though...
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #9 on: February 01, 2015, 01:39:22 am »

That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?

I figured it was better to demonstrate it was true rather than to just say it was true and that everybody knows it.  <shrug>

What I'll be doing is taking the public keys from the NAS blockchain of accounts holding NAScoin and placing those public keys into the Nxt blockchain.  Then with the help of the ORA project distribute XOR to those accounts. That's the plan, anyway.

"accountRS": "NXT-6256-BXEW-ULTZ-8BZF4",
    "publicKey": "2fae6b8e5697310a2ef5460234716a5fe28ebc1ab51bd32f9ecd0ac93cb03215",

This is a NXT acct that I had that was empty and I used it for NAS
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #10 on: February 01, 2015, 01:42:04 am »

EDIT: Maybe you should wait untill NXT goes back to an optional public key, so you can distribute the darkNAS as well...
Dunno when that will be though...

Some percentage of those accounts without a public key will be mistakes on the NAS blockchain -- coin sent erroneously to an address without any known passphrase.  That's the only reservation I have about sending XOR to accounts without a public key: seeding darkXOR.
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #11 on: February 01, 2015, 01:56:06 am »

That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?

I figured it was better to demonstrate it was true rather than to just say it was true and that everybody knows it.  <shrug>

What I'll be doing is taking the public keys from the NAS blockchain of accounts holding NAScoin and placing those public keys into the Nxt blockchain.  Then with the help of the ORA project distribute XOR to those accounts. That's the plan, anyway.

"accountRS": "NXT-6256-BXEW-ULTZ-8BZF4",
    "publicKey": "2fae6b8e5697310a2ef5460234716a5fe28ebc1ab51bd32f9ecd0ac93cb03215",

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{
  "publicKey":"2fae6b8e5697310a2ef5460234716a5fe28ebc1ab51bd32f9ecd0ac93cb03215",
  "guaranteedBalanceNQT":"1624150500000000",
  "balanceNQT":"1624150500000000",
  "name":"shark",
  "accountRS":"NAS-6256-BXEW-ULTZ-8BZF4",
  "account":"7005324272415670372",
  "effectiveBalanceNXT":16241505,
  "unconfirmedBalanceNQT":"1624150500000000",
  "forgedBalanceNQT":"50700000000"
}

Yup, you're there, Shark. 

This is a NXT acct that I had that was empty and I used it for NAS



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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #12 on: February 03, 2015, 01:52:01 am »

A few people and me tried to test if it was possible to rebroadcast a TX that was created on one Coin (NAS) to another coin (NXT). Didn't work, because many fundamentals were different.

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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #13 on: February 03, 2015, 01:59:15 am »

A few people and me tried to test if it was possible to rebroadcast a TX that was created on one Coin (NAS) to another coin (NXT). Didn't work, because many fundamentals were different.
I thought that his code was different...


That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase.
And were you able to confirm this? Have you tested this?
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #14 on: February 03, 2015, 02:13:56 am »

A few people and me tried to test if it was possible to rebroadcast a TX that was created on one Coin (NAS) to another coin (NXT). Didn't work, because many fundamentals were different.
I thought that his code was different...


That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase.
And were you able to confirm this? Have you tested this?

It was relatively close to original NXT code. Lateron it was changed quite a bit.

Yes you can login to the accounts and use them normally. Assuming nothing in the account creation has changed, you can still do that now.

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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2015, 12:04:24 am »

That is public knowledge, that NAS-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV and NXT-RMER-NN9Y-N33Q-4QUSV have same passphrase. What are you trying to do?

I figured it was better to demonstrate it was true rather than to just say it was true and that everybody knows it.  <shrug>

What I'll be doing is taking the public keys from the NAS blockchain of accounts holding NAScoin and placing those public keys into the Nxt blockchain.  Then with the help of the ORA project distribute XOR to those accounts. That's the plan, anyway.

To confirm, I've just accessed the NXT-RMER-xx account with the passphrase from the NAS-RMER-xx  account.
Now all I need is a way to transfer my NAS balance directly into NXT....... ;D
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2015, 12:48:40 am »

To confirm, I've just accessed the NXT-RMER-xx account with the passphrase from the NAS-RMER-xx  account.
Now all I need is a way to transfer my NAS balance directly into NXT....... ;D

Cool.  Thanks for confirming. 

Now I just have to write a utility to walk the NAS blockchain and get all the accounts with balances and public keys.  Likely will have to wait until the weekend.
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #17 on: February 04, 2015, 01:23:29 pm »

Thanks for getting this up and running. Let me know if i can be of any help?
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #18 on: February 09, 2015, 08:07:18 pm »

Quick update: have the basic skeleton of a utility written to query the NAS server via the HTTP API using libcurl and libjson.  Just have to flesh it out now.
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Re: NAS diaspora
« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2015, 10:17:55 am »

Dear NAS-Team,
 
Where are my Pending Deposits from NAS !!!
 
Three Weeks ago I have send 40.219.400 NAS Coins to my Bter.com Wallet-Adress 14428818721433318587
 
NAS    40219400.00000000    14428818721433318587    2014-12-30 22:19:52    COMPLETE: 16157803257724534684
 
Since today there where no NAS Coins listet on my Bter-Wallet for NAS. The Process is already in Pending. Because WHY ?! Please check out where my Coins are now and cancel the withdraw and send my coins back.
 
Thank you for your help and I hope to clear the problems ;-)
 
Best Regards from
Frank Wiesenfelder at www.coinking.de
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