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Providing tools for humanity's great blockchain migration

Newbium was created to provide cryptocurrency traders, speculators, retail investors & investment fund managers support tools for making smarter crypto investment decisions.  By providing a visualization platform that displays real-time and historical macro cryptocurrency market data.  Our aim is to provide a living picture of the cryptocurrency market in real-time.

Coin details:
100,000,000 coins
40,000,000 coins will be offered during the crowd sale (40%).

Crowd sale details:
The crowdsale is now complete.  Please find crowdsale results:http://newbium.com/crowdsale


Potential revenue models:
1) Paid subscriptions for specialized data/services.
2) Sales of Index products (NxttyACCI).
3) Providing data feeds for third-party plugins (Wordpress), widgets, etc.
4) Providing human generated data feeds to robotic traders, DAO, etc.
5) Access to historical data in Newbium database.

Newbium will accept cryptocurrency as the primary means of payment.  Dividends will be paid out to token holders once operating cost have been covered.  Dividends will be paid out of profits generated from revenues.  The cryptocurrency in which dividends are paid and the method of dividend payment will be communicated at a later date.

Are we on to something?
Big data analytics is set to be worth billions and definitely set to grow when you take into account things such as IOT and increased access to the internet, with the terminal market share alone worth around $71 billion.  The data analytics market for cryptocurrency is a huge opportunity when we take into consideration its border-less global reach, 3.17 billion potential users with access to the internet and growing.  This is a low barrier to entry creating massively underserved users and institutions globally.  Unlike the traditional terminal market where there are restrictions in the ability to subscribe depending on your geographical location plus other limitations.  This is why institutions make up most of the subscribers thereby losing the much larger market segment which includes retail investor, small traders, long-term investors etc.  Thus providing data analytics on the cryptocurrency market will give us access to a much greater market base.  That means larger market share and huge profits when cryptocurrencies become widely used and adopted.  By targeting the current market, we are positioning for strong growth in the coming months and years ahead.

Our philosophy, create value for our token holders by positioning Newbium for massive success.

Nxt General Discussion / InterNxt Financial Markets Consortium
« on: January 20, 2016, 08:44:04 pm »
Building markets of the future....full details to follow.

Nxt General Discussion / Nxtty Altcoin Composite Index (NxttyACCI)
« on: July 27, 2015, 03:53:26 am »

Nxtty Altcoin Composite Index (ACCI) is a market index comprising the 20 largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.

COINMARKETCAP: http://coinmarketcap.com/assets/nxttyacci/


- Bitcoin is excluded from the index.     
- The initial Index value is 100.
- The starting date of January 01, 2016.
- Index constituents are reviewed every 7 days.  Depending on circumstances the index portfolio may be adjusted before the 7 day period is completed.
- Index constituents will be removed from the Index if they have 7 straight days of trade volume below usd 1000. 



Nxtty Altcoin Composite Index is published by the Nxttycoin Community.

Nxt General Discussion / BOUNTY -- NXTTY MAC client
« on: September 04, 2014, 08:26:49 am »

If you are a MAC developer we are looking for a lite client dev.

Please get in touch with me by PM.....we will provide you a generous bounty.

P.S...you will be provided our API doc's  :)

Nxt General Discussion / 500 trades on AE in one day
« on: September 03, 2014, 07:17:53 pm »
Wow yesterday Nxt AE broke the 500 Trades per. day barrier....most trades in a Day....cool  ;D

Nxt General Discussion / mgwBTC marketcap is HUGE
« on: August 27, 2014, 10:06:55 am »
mgwBTC marketcap is 8.7 billion Dollars...is that correct?


Assets Board / Nxttycoin Rewards Program
« on: August 12, 2014, 07:25:57 am »

Nxttycoin Rewards Program:

An amount equaling 5% of your total Nxttycoin holdings will be paid out on the last day of every month as a reward bonus for holding our official cryptocurrency.

So if you have 1,000,000 nxttycoin you will receive a transfer of 50,000 nxttycoin as reward at the end of August.

NOTE: The Nxttycoin reward program runs for 12 months and will be reviewed at the end of the 1st year.

Alternate Cryptocurrencies / 2,000,000 Nxttycoin Bounty
« on: August 11, 2014, 07:42:54 am »

NMAC is offering 2,000,000 nxttycoin (about 40,000 Nxt) to the individual who has good contacts with Coinmarketcap.com and is able to get Nxttycoin listed.

Please PM me if you are interested.

Already done Gliss has already messaged me.

Thanks to ForrestGump winner of the primary bounty.
Thanks to qbd1313 who will receive a prize for taking the initiative.


Nxt General Discussion / Scanning for keyloggers on mobile
« on: July 29, 2014, 02:53:45 pm »
Does anyone know of any mobile software which scans your phone for keyloggers, screenloggers, etc.?

It might be a good idea for the Nxt mobile wallets.

« on: July 29, 2014, 11:10:20 am »
The week that ushered in new Cold War

If future historians were to pinpoint the transition when the post-cold war era morphed into the new Cold War, they are bound to take a close look at this week. The Barack Obama administration is in a triumphalist mood after the success, finally, in rallying the US’s major European allies — UK, France, Germany and Italy — behind its concerted strategy to isolate Russia from Europe and impose biting sanctions against it.

Obama could have made a stirring Iron Curtain speech this week — but for the mess-up in Libya, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, et al, and the horrendous massacre in Gaza that has marred his own reputation, and, besides, don’t forget, he’s a Nobel and is not supposed to give a war cry.
All the same, Obama’s video teleconference Monday with his European counterparts signifying the agreement on “coordinated sanctions measures on Russia” suggests beyond doubt that the post-cold war era is ending.
Within the next “12-48 hours” Brussels will be announcing new sanctions against Moscow based on the US blueprint involving a broad package of measures aimed at bringing the Russian economy to its heels. Washington will thereupon announce its own sanctions against Russia.
These so-called Tier Three sanctions are expected to hit Russia’s financial institutions, arms deals and energy exploration technology. The Russian banks will be barred from listing new bond or equity issues on European Exchanges and there will be ban on transfer of sensitive technologies that could be used in deep-sea drilling, arctic exploration and shale oil extraction. The embargo is also expected to include a ban on future arms deals with Russia.
Moscow could anticipate the so-called Tier Three sanctions and has begun circling the wagons. Last Tuesday President Vladimir Putin took a meeting at the Kremlin of Russia’s Security Council, the highest policymaking body on foreign-policy and security issues. Putin made an important speech at the meeting whose agenda was unmistakably to discuss Russia’s strategic options in the new Cold War climate in all areas of national policies — domestic politics, foreign policy, military power and even the ‘information war’. 
Putin said: “Our Armed Forces remain the most important guarantor of our sovereignty and Russia’s territorial integrity. We will react appropriately, and proportionately to the approach of NATO’s military infrastructure toward our borders, and we will not fail to notice the expansion of global missile defence systems and increases in the reserves of strategic non-nuclear precision weaponry… we can clearly see what is actually happening: groups of NATO troops are clearly being reinforced in Eastern European states, including in the Black and Baltic Seas. And the scale and intensity of operational and combat training is growing. It is imperative to implement all planned measures to strengthen our nation’s defence capacity fully and on schedule.” (Kremlin website).
This week’s events all but scotch any residual prospects of an accommodation between Washington and Moscow. Equally, Europe’s mediatory role — France and Germany’s in particular — is also petering out. The US estimation is it is in a ‘win-win’ situation, because, as Carnegie scholar Dmity Trenin noted this week, “Even if no pro-Western leader replaces a Putin in the Kremlin… Russia will succumb to another period of turmoil, making it to focus on itself rather than creating problems for Washington.” 
Trenin put the scenario starkly: “It is no longer the struggle for Ukraine, but a battle for Russia. If Vladimir Putin manages to keep the Russian people on his side, he will win it. If not, another geopolitical catastrophe might follow.”
Of course, Trenin exaggerates. Putin’s popularity rating is twice that of Obama. The Russian people admire Putin as a patriot and strong leader, whereas Americans increasingly see Obama as a bungler no matter what it is that he fiddles with.
But the real danger lies somewhere else — namely, the international community may have to pay a heavy price for Obama’s bungling in a new Cold War setting. When Iran could not be browbeaten by sanctions, what makes Obama and his European colleagues so confident that a much more powerful country like Russia can be?
Does the combined might of the US and its European allies suffice to reset the world order and isolate Russia, which, by the way, is an avid globalizer, too — unlike the former Soviet Union?
If Europe is not going to buy Russian oil and is going to diversify, what happens to the oil market that also caters to the rest of the world? What happens indeed to Europe’s economic recovery itself if oil price shoots up?
Quite obviously, when Russia sees the NATO and the ABM deployment as an existential challenge, how can it reconcile ever with the establishment of US-NATO military bases in Afghanistan? Again, if Russia is an adversary, why should it cooperate any further with the US (and the West) over Iran, Syria or Iraq?
Where does all this leave the other major countries in the nonWestern quarters of the world — India, Brazil or China? Does the West expect these countries to comply with their Tier Three sanctions regime? What if they don’t?
No, Mr. Trenin, you’re mistaken. This is not really about the regime in Russia; this is about the world order. This is about the Bretton Woods system and the challenge to it that Putin spearheads, as evident at the Fortaleza summit of the BRICS.
This is Obama’s counterattack in a guerilla war, frightened about the growing challenge to the supremacy of the US dollar. The point is, without the seamless freedom to print dollar bills, the American economy is doomed.
The rest of the world understands perfectly well what the new Cold War is all about. Even the Europeans aren’t duffers, they too comprehend what is going on, as their great reluctance to isolate Russia testified all these weeks and months.
Most certainly, there is no ideology involved here. It is not a war on socialism or on terrorism, nor is it a war about Ukraine or Russia intrinsically. In plain terms, the new Cold War is about the perpetuation of the US’ global dominance.
Without the Bretton Woods system, without NATO, without nuclear superiority over Russia, the US faces the prospect of becoming a vastly diminished power over time. Without the trans-Atlantic leadership, it gets reduced to what it used to be before World War I one hundred years ago — an influential regional power in the Western Hemisphere.


P.S....Get ready for MAJOR turbulence in the Global economy....


We need to build real world applications on top of Nxt and we need lower transaction fees to do it.


Nxttycoin / Nxt Giveaway -- get your free nxt!
« on: May 27, 2014, 09:59:54 am »
We are starting Beta testing of Nxtty messenger App and are looking for Iphone testers.

Pls send me your Iphone UDID so I can invite you for testing.

Pls see link below for how to get UDID.

So we want to find as much bugs as possible.


1 bug == 250 nxt

If you are to find and post a description of a bug in this thread then you will receive 250 nxt.

1) Only the 1st person who finds the specific bug will be rewarded.
2) Post must be made in this thread.
3) If two users post the same bug then the post appearing 1st will get the reward.
4) Bug must be reproducible.

Nxttycoin / Nxtty Beta testing
« on: May 22, 2014, 05:27:44 pm »
Hey guys,

We will start testing the Nxtty iphone app shortly, pls do list your name below if you would like to take part.

NOTE: This Nxtty 0.1 beta release is a very basic build so still primitive.  Work has already started on v0.02 but we wanted everyone to clearly see and feel the progress we have made.

Below is link to video of Nxtty v0.1 build.



Nxttycoin / Competitors
« on: May 20, 2014, 06:41:42 pm »
This is where we will post information about our competitor.  ;D

The block explorer should show the number of the asset issued, name, etc when you search the Asset ID....right now it doesn't really give any information.

@ Nexern could you look into this asap.

Nxttycoin / Nxttycoin Initial Distribution
« on: May 12, 2014, 10:00:27 am »
Nxttycoin will be sent to all  stakeholders very shortly.

Correct Details:
Account: 3876171661663053072
Asset Id:  18128686802152832026

Will we need to update pass NRS v1.0.0 to be able to use Asset Exchange?

Asset Exchange Technical Discussion / Asset Exchange API
« on: May 03, 2014, 11:22:47 am »
Will there be an API to get recent trade volume, prices, etc. for individual assets on the exchange.

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