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Jobs board / Looking for someone to buy an SSL certificate
« on: November 14, 2014, 01:44:24 am »

I am developing a website for use with the Nxt FreeMarket. It will let you view listings and list items for sale. It is currently signed with OpenSSL for secure communication, but I need an SSL certificate that isn't self signed so the site won't raise an exception in the browser.

I can pay you whatever the cert costs plus extra.

The site is already running and is somewhat functional. (though i need to upgrade my vps, it goes down sometimes at the moment) https://freemarketlite.com It will be added soon to the official nxtfreemarket.com site. Please PM me with offers.



Unforunately I have decided to no longer run freemarketlite. I have closed the site.

However, the freemarket team has opened a freemarketlite of their own at freemarketlite.cc

I will not be hosting/running this site.


Browse and post ads on the FreeMarket without installing any software!

Nxt FreeMarketLite is a secure site where you can shop the FreeMarket from the convenience of any web browser.


Added buy functionality


Got a new vps and ssl certificate, everything should be smooth now.



Well after a lot of effort and a fair bit of hair pulling, I have added the ability to Post ads to the FreeMarket!

now, to deal with improved security, the old site no longer works. now, you need to go to:


I had to sign my own SSL certificate, so it gives a warning, but it should be fine. If there is enough use, I can buy a certificate. I have posted a few test items already.

I strongly suggest you do not post using your main investment account. Of course, browsing carries no risk.

The api still works the same.



Hi Everyone,

I got frustrated having to run NRS and then FreeMarket when I just wanted to check for any listing updates, so I wrote a simple web server to do this for me. I thought I would share it with you too.  :)

Once it loads the list of all items, you can click any item to see more about it.

It is slow to make the request, as FreeMarket takes a while to return the data (about 7 seconds). Please don't hit the refresh button a bunch of times lol, although I should probably add some rate limiting for this. Node.js does async pretty well but I'm not sure about FreeMarket itself.

If you like it, please consider donating some to cover the hosting cost of the vps.

Anyway, here it is:


FreeMarket / FreeMarket API?
« on: November 11, 2014, 12:03:09 am »
Is there documentation somewhere on how to interact with FreeMarket via HTTP?

EDIT -- nvm I figured it out

FreeMarket / How can we get more PR?
« on: November 10, 2014, 03:34:18 am »
What steps are being taken to get FreeMarket into a bigger role in the public sphere? This service needs to be shouted from the rooftops as far as I am concerned! FreeMarket is offering what everyone else is only dreaming of, and yet we are having trouble getting users. We should all do our part to spread the word!

Nxt Asset Exchange / Is it safe for a legitimate company to offer an asset?
« on: November 08, 2014, 04:22:55 pm »
My friend is in the middle of creating a startup company and has been having some great success. He has secured a patent, won some grants, and has a viable business plan. I've shown him some of my involvement in crypto, and he is very interested in it. Once I showed him the NXT Asset Exchange, he was really fascinated! He would love to use it as a way to raise some capital and to bring even more legitimacy to the AE by having a fair valuation of his company and being honest with investors, unlike the high number of scams we have seen recently.

I am happy to help him with this, as I believe in NXT as being viable long-term. My question is, with the recent SEC crackdown on unregistered securities, what are the risks of a real life company, based in the US, creating an asset on the exchange? Would he have to register somewhere, tax wise? This is all very new and I'm not sure of the implications.

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