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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: ARDR to NXT wallet
« on: October 28, 2017, 09:54:54 am »
Hi, I sent ARDR to NXT wallet on mynxt.info, I dont see it there(. May be someone know how to take them from there? Or they are already lost((?
You need to install their (free) assets plugin before you can see and do anything with assets.
It's recommended though to stop using the MyNxt wallet and start using the official Nxt client from https://nxtplatform.org/download/ or at https://nxt.jelurida.com/

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And just as some extra info: the MyNxt 'master password' doesn't work as a 'passphrase' for the default Nxt client.
https://nxtforum.org/mynxt-info/accessing-your-mynxt-wallet-accounts-in-the-nxt-client/

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Nxt Projects / Re: Ardor.World project
« on: October 28, 2017, 09:46:33 am »
Great work :)

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: bter closing down, new nxt account
« on: October 28, 2017, 09:43:17 am »
I'd read some posts about people having trouble withdrawing into new accounts and people asking for nxt public ids along with their nxt account, there was post on a different site suggesting that the initial nxt id was too short, so public ids was created to avoid future id clashes . Anyway i appreciate the time to clarify this to me.
Like https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/30494/how-is-a-nxt-account-address-generated-why-do-we-need-to-send-out-a-transaction

As I understand it, the security of your NXT account increases when your NXT address is recorded on the blockchain in combination with your public key. Either by an outgoing transaction from your account (which automatically publishes the public key) or by an incoming transaction with the public key manually added (that's why some exchanges still require your public key in their withdrawal form). It's a one-time thing though.

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If you have a NXT account with 100 JLRDA tokens in it, then after the Ardor/Ignis platform launches, you will automatically have an account on the Ardor/Ignis platform with the same amount of 100 Ignis tokens in it. If you also hold 100 NXT in your Nxt account, you will also find an extra 50 Ignis tokens in your new account (1:0.5 ratio).
You can open the new account with the same passphrase you use for the Nxt account. The JLRDA tokens will be worthless, and if I remember correctly will be frozen or even disappear after a Nxt hard fork.

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By the way, I heard so often that the blockchain is the solution for the manipulation of elections, and some people talk about use it in normal elections (USA, as I remember). I cannot believe they forget the need of "secret vote". Maybe there is another blockchain platform where it can be done? Anybody knows?
I do not know any blockchain based platform that supports anonymous voting. There are platforms that support anonymous token transfers though so one might detach voting token from the actual person to use. But now how can we be sure this token is not sold?
If 'selling' is another transaction type than 'mixing'? Selling is deliberate, you know where the token goes to (seller) and you receive something valuable in return.
One can simply pay OTC so it won't be visible as a payment for a vote.
But if the mixing is done in a way it's impossible to know where the asset went, and if mixing also means the sender receives a random asset in return...

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By the way, I heard so often that the blockchain is the solution for the manipulation of elections, and some people talk about use it in normal elections (USA, as I remember). I cannot believe they forget the need of "secret vote". Maybe there is another blockchain platform where it can be done? Anybody knows?
I do not know any blockchain based platform that supports anonymous voting. There are platforms that support anonymous token transfers though so one might detach voting token from the actual person to use. But now how can we be sure this token is not sold?
If 'selling' is another transaction type than 'mixing'? Selling is deliberate, you know where the token goes to (seller) and you receive something valuable in return.

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Can't login, Always say "Invalid Token"
« on: September 30, 2017, 12:45:47 pm »
Did you try clearing cookies/cache in those browsers? You never know...  :)

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Question Please
« on: September 30, 2017, 08:13:23 am »
Hello
i have a problem please , i send  more than 19000 NXT From Bter.com to Stocks.exchange , But in the withdraw page there is no : Public key
there is only Amount and Address , so i write only Address NXT without Public key , and now  a 1H ago and 77 Confirmations but i received nothing in my account ?? is there a solution please ??
that's all i have   :'(

Always try small amounts first before you send it all.
Public key is technically not needed for Nxt transactions. First question: what does the blockchain say happened? Try https://nxtportal.org/monitor/ or https://www.mynxt.info/blockexplorer/ look up the deposit address and find the transaction. If there's no transaction, I think you should contact Bter. If there is a transaction but nothing shows up on Stocks.exchange, contact their support.

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: NXT not being transferred to Bittrex account
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:50:45 am »
Read the Bittrex deposit instructions carefully. They require a unique message to be included with every deposit transaction, since they don't provide their users with unique deposit addresses.
So if according to the blockchain (use nxtportal or mynxt to check) the transaction has many confirmations and arrived at Bittrex, and you didn't include the message, contact Bittrex support.

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"This Nxt node is for demonstration purposes only." is a security disclaimer, because you shouldn't trust remote nodes with your passphrase, with large amounts of money anyway.
Functionally it works fine. You can't move your JLRDA because it's a controllable MS currency, so you'll have to wait until Ardor launches in Q4.

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Nxt Monetary System / Re: Transaction fee for my currency
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:44:09 am »
Peter, thank you very much for your answer.

Can we go on? :)

As we have already launched "our" tokens/future currency on NXT, what would be process to take it on ARDOR and to build our own child blockchain? What would be the price of that (creation of child block chain) and what would be transaction fee?

What does it me 10% of forging to be brought to ARDOR? 10% from our existing NCT account?

As new tokens/currency would be based on NXT, trough Ardor blockchain child system, does it mean that we would have approved blockchain from same exchanges where Ardor is already listed, so we want have a problem to be listed on the same exchanges?

Is it simple to launch new child block chain, like it was to launch new tokens/currency on NXT platform or we need technology knowledge?

Check https://www.jelurida.com/ardor-roadmap. User issued childchains won't be possible from the start. Jelurida will create those manually at first. So you should contact Jelurida if you are interested in creating a child chain. Like Bitswift, which is now on the Nxt blockchain, but will move to the Ardor platform.


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Nxt Monetary System / Re: Transaction fee for my currency
« on: September 24, 2017, 08:58:22 am »
MS currencies are tokens on the Nxt blockchain. A transaction of a MS currency is a transaction on the Nxt blockchain, so blockchain fees need to be paid. On the Nxt blockchain all fees are paid in NXT.
That's one of the limitations of Nxt that's addressed with the Ardor design: https://www.jelurida.com/ardor-blockchain-platform-design

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One limitation is the need for all platform features to use the same token, i.e. the "NXT" coin, not only for the payment of transaction fees to the network, but also for most transactions that need to use some token to measure value, e.g. pricing of asset exchange ask/bid orders, prices of digital goods listed on the marketplace, exchange rates of monetary system currencies. For many business needs, a custom blockchain is desired, with its own payment token, which can currently be provided by the Nxt platform only by means of offering a "clone" - i.e., a completely separate blockchain
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Each Ardor child chain has its own native transactional token, which will have independent market value, or could be pegged by the child chain creator to an external unit of value (e.g. BTC, a fiat currency, or some other asset). In a transparent way, this makes it possible to conduct transactions denominated in the transaction sender's token of choice, by just designating the transaction to belong to the specific child chain available for that token. For example, assets can be traded not only for IGNIS (the token of the first and default child chain on the public Ardor platform), but for BTC or EUR, as long as such a child chain with a token pegged to that currency exists. Digital goods listed on a specific child chain automatically have their prices denominated in that chain token, and so on. As transactions on each child chain pay fees in their native token, users of a specific child chain do not need to acquire and deal with Ardor coins only to pay fees.

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MS Currencies / Re: How to send my currency - where the users receive it?
« on: September 18, 2017, 09:14:35 am »
Test it on https://nxt.jelurida.com/index.html
The received currency should be under Monetary System - Currencies - My Currencies.

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: What has happened?
« on: September 15, 2017, 06:23:08 pm »
Insert dozens of hyped ICO-coins in CMC, and older coins will drop in ranking, not in marketcap.

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Nxt Monetary System / Re: Why was my token removed after it was issued?
« on: September 15, 2017, 06:22:01 pm »
The blockchain is decentralised. Once a transaction, like issuing a token, is recorded on the blockchain, nobody can remove it.
So you need to give more information: what token, what account, what transaction id, etc etc.

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Cant install new client - please help
« on: September 14, 2017, 10:08:04 am »
I cannot download the new version 1.11.9 im running Windows 10, and when I try and install it a windows message pops up saying Cant open app, get in touch with software developer. Please help.
No more error details? Is your Windows 64 bit or 32 bit?
Try if this one works: https://bitbucket.org/Jelurida/nxt/downloads/nxt-client-1.11.9.zip Unzip it and start the file run.bat.
You can download a recent copy of the blockchain from http://ardor.tools (bottom of the page) if you want, put it in your nxt_db folder under your Roaming user folders.

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Selling Assets
« on: September 14, 2017, 10:05:26 am »
Hey guys,

I have all my NXT funds in assets. I need to sell some of it, but I don´t have any NXT, so I get "not enough funds".

Do you have an idea, what I could do? Would someone borrow me 1 NXT possibly? Or is there a better way?

Thank you so much!

Either buy some NXT on an exchange and send it to your account, or post your NXT address in the hope someone will donate you some.

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: IGNIS ICO
« on: September 11, 2017, 05:06:55 pm »
In round one 1 NXT = 4500 Sat. 1 JLRDA = 0.4 NXT = 1800 Sat. In round four 1 NXT = 2000 Sat. 1 JLRDA = 0.76 NXT = 1520 Sat. So, the guy who ran away with all the JLRDA in the first few rounds did not get such a great deal afterall ...
;D

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