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IGNIS / Changelly exchange failure
« on: February 16, 2020, 01:49:28 pm »
Because IGNIS doesn't trade at any other exchange I'm at, I used the Ardor platform's exchange functionality to exchange IGNIS to BTC at Changelly over a week ago. IGNIS were transferred successfully to Changelly's account but BTC did not arrive at the wallet I gave. Is that a general scam? I guess my "wealth" is lost. I should had known better and traded IGNIS into ARDR first and then trade those at a better place.

Nxt Client Helpdesk / Ardor: 17/1951 up-to-date peers, connected to 8
« on: January 12, 2018, 12:02:46 am »
WTF is going on, there are over 1900 peers with application red question marks in the peers list and many other nodes aren't updating from 2.0.10 or 2.0.11 to 2.0.12. Are those question marks light clients? Most have only the CS service, but not all. Dynamic IP users that accumulate over time? I had only 8 connected peers, manually added another 3 v2.0.12 nodes.
By the way, each time Connect is clicked the list jumps back to the top, which is annoying.

Nxt General Discussion / Ardor peers with unknown application/platform
« on: December 31, 2017, 09:50:05 pm »
In Ardor client there are many peers listed with a white question mark on red background for application, also a question mark for platform, what is it?
Currently I have 26/68 up-to-date peers (Ardor 2.0.9), the other are those unknowns.

NXT-A5UQ-4BGW-F7L2-9AAZE transferred 4 JLRDA assets to a bunch of accounts. See August 9 transactions at nxtportal.org/accounts/8537989343539892054 where also is visible that the account holds two assets named JLRDA (6590715851339385031 and 3043188384369335379) that have the Jelurida description copied, just IGNIS changed to INGIS. The account also issued several currencies with similar names to JLRDA (JIRCA, JLGDA, JLRPA, ...) and IGNIS (INIGS, IGENS, INGIS, ....)

Apparently the account holder attempts to draw attention with the goal that people will buy assets or currencies.

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