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Alternate Cryptocurrencies / NEM Development and Bug Bounties
« on: September 14, 2016, 03:11:34 pm »
5,000 XEM Bounty for finding bugs in the NanoWallet.  https://forum.nem.io/t/nano-wallet-beta-1-0-13-testnet-5-000-xem-bug-bounty/2791/14

Up to 10,000 XEM Bounties for finding bug bounties in the mobile apps. https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-mobile-app-open-beta-and-up-to-10-000-xem-bug-bounty-testing-mainnet-release/1825/109

75,000 XEM project bounties for making example projects on the NEM blockchain. https://forum.nem.io/t/nem-s-prototype-project-bounty-program/2822

5,000 XEM ~ $30
10,000 XEM ~ $60
75,000 XEM ~ $450

NEM is a 2.0 blockchain with advanced on chain multisig contracts, namespaces, assets, and messaging.  It is a public chain and paired with its counterpart Mijin which is a private chain that is successful in Japan.  The NEM/Mijin combination is the first public/private chain combination.

Alternate Cryptocurrencies / NEM app testers. 5000 XEM reward for bugs.
« on: February 11, 2016, 03:39:23 pm »
The Android and iOS NEM apps are beginning open public testing.  There will be a 5000 XEM reward for bugs (of which there are surely still many).  Help us get these apps launched in top shape. 



The NEM core developers and marketing team have been working very hard silently in the background.  Today I would like to announce official deals that have been signed. 


NEM is a new cryptocurrency that in 4 months has introduced a lot of new features for blockchains. A new code written from scratch by professional developers for professional developers utilizing API's.

Looking for a dev to work on the NEM NCC wallet and is skilled in ractive and also knows some js, and scss to help build UI and UX.


Pub crawl / Is CfB on vacation?
« on: April 21, 2015, 01:51:14 pm »
I haven't seen him around for a while.  And while it is nice to not get the NEM thread trolled, he does also contribute a lot and has great ideas. 

Any update on his mission these days?

NEM has recently open-sourced its core. http://blog.nem.io/open-sourcing-the-nem-core/  That now means the NCC is fully open-sourced and all materials are available for third party devs to build on it and/or help us make it better. 

Additionally, I do know that a good deal of XEM has been set aside by the developers to pay rewards to future developers that enter the NEM ecosystem.  If you are interested please make contact at the NEM forum or send me a PM.   https://forum.ournem.com/technical-discussion/call-for-developers-designers/

More information about NEM http://blog.nem.io/overview/

NEM has had a long run and good run on the NXT asset exchange, but it is time to redeem.  If any NXTers still have a NEMstake they need to go ahead and turn it in now.  The last day to get NEMstake off of the AE will be February 26, so time is ticking.  At last count there were almost 150 holders, so please help spread the word. 


Nxt General Discussion / Is it NXT, nxt, or Nxt?
« on: December 16, 2014, 11:24:51 am »
I see all three spellings.  Is there any consensus on which is correct among the following: NXT, nxt, or Nxt.  Or is it that they are each used at a different time for a different thing?

Nxt Client Helpdesk / what to do if a fork happens?
« on: November 12, 2014, 11:02:11 am »
I just got a message from my NXT client saying, "Warning: You are probably on a fork, you have forged the last 10 blocks."  Seeing as how I don't hardly have any NXT, that has to be true. 

Any tips on what to do now?

Nxt General Discussion / very hard to track AE buys and sells
« on: October 26, 2014, 12:57:17 am »
I have bought a few assets and sold them, but I am having a really hard time tracking when, what, and how much I bought, and then again when, what, how much I sold.  The only way that I can seem to figure this is to go through my transaction history and look at placements and cancellations bids.  I find it very frustrating that I can't just pick a asset and easily see a list of the different times I bought and sold an asset and prices.  If I had this, I could track my performance. 

Does anybody else know what I am talking about and have a good solution?

Nxt General Discussion / Verisend
« on: June 28, 2014, 12:06:45 pm »

This new PoS coin looks to be adding features NXT doesn't have like

1. Altcoin to Bitcoin to Point of Service automation
2. Anonymity

Can these services be added to NXT?

Nxt General Discussion / Should I be running a node? If so, how?
« on: June 18, 2014, 10:53:45 am »
1. I want to help protect the network.  I have installed the wallet, and left it on forging.  Is that all I need to do? 

2. Some people talk about a node.  If I am forging am I running a node?

3. I heard about a blockcoin. https://nxtforum.org/assets-board/(ann)-nsc-nxt-security-coin/  And I would like to participate.  I read here http://wiki.nxtcrypto.org/wiki/How-To:CreateHallmark  about halmarking my node which is a necessary step.  I would like to do this but part of the instructions asks for my NXT node IP address.  Is this the same as my computer IP address? 

Nxt General Discussion / NXT tx price 10 cents
« on: June 05, 2014, 12:58:27 pm »
How can this get lowered? What is the process?

NXT Multipools / Links to previous mining threads
« on: April 04, 2014, 01:01:42 pm »
NXT Indirect Mining is the process of using existing mining hardware to mine the most profitable crypto currencies and then periodically selling them and using the proceeds to buy NXTs on the open market. In this way, crypto currency miners can use their existing hardware to transition to Nxt's second generation platform. Nxt remains 100% Proof of Stake as it is profit from mining other coins that is used to buy NXTs on the open market. If the profit was used to buy US dollars, that wouldn't make US dollars Proof of Work so neither can Nxt be. This process has a downward pressure on the price of the coins mined and an upward pressure on the price of NXTs. Also see Mining Pool.

There are lots of different threads at the moment dealing with NXT Indirect Mining in lots of different forums.  To make it easy, I thought I would collect some of them here. 








The pools are still getting started, but it is a very exciting time to see some of the first cases of Indirect Mining!

NXT Multipools / Economic concepts concerning NxT indirect mining.
« on: March 29, 2014, 06:05:39 pm »
Again, not an economics major.  Maybe somebody can correct me. I thought it was important to think about this.

It seems like to me that NxT should probably not mine Litecoin, but definitely not mine Bitcoin.  The reason why is that these two coins currently have a much stronger ecosystem than NxT.  Since most NxT is bought through bitcoin, NxT to some extent is an extension of bitcoin and therefore tied to it.  And to a much lesser extent, some of the new money in NxT comes in through the Litecoin ecosystem.  This means that NxT is tied into these economies.  And to mine them would mean to essentially be mining itself.  An activity that would cause devaluation of NxT.  At some point in the far future, if NxT was infused directly by dollars, or euros, or RMB, and the NxT ecosystem was much larger than the Litecoins ecosystem, this might need to be rethought.  That time period is not anytime near (although I hope it is!).  In fact an opposite effect is true.  I think Litecoin miners and ecosystem and Bitcoin miners and ecosystem would feel comfortable in knowing that NxT has no intention in mining them as they are considered as a brother and father.  At the same time, Bitcoin and Litecoin can know that by NxT mining other alt coins, it is actually helping Litecoin and Bitcoin to solidify their stance as market leaders, basically putting more room in between them and their clones which are their nearest competition in market share and support.  In a way NxT is doing them a favor, doing what they can’t do for themselves.  If they want to grow, in some ways bitcoin and litecoin need NxT for added security.  What do you think?

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