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Leasing & Pools / Re: Forkedchain's Ardor Forging Pool
« on: December 31, 2017, 08:38:31 pm »
Sorry if i missed it somewhere, which address can we lease to?

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Nxt Asset Exchange / Re: [ANN] IOTA asset 10966270007977442520
« on: April 17, 2017, 09:00:07 pm »

The network seems to be working today. I am sending the iotas to the two who gave me addresses.

Hi Superresistant,

I have sent back my IOTA assets to the asset issuing address.
The encrypted message in the tx mentions my nxtforum handle and the IOTA address to which you can send the iotas.

Let me know if you need further info.
Thanks,
Komputor

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Unclear tokens that don't have the original sender address confirmation for a reason or another will have a clearing period after the official token issuance. If it happens you don't have access to the original sending address, and you're sure you won't be having access to it, it's better if you're in touch with us both before the official token issuance and during the clearing period.

Hello Eliphaz, it appears that i can still send from the original address i used to send to the ICO.
For anyone else that used a blockchain.info wallet to participate in the HEAT ICO, simply send all the change money from the change address back to the original address you used to send btc to the ICO.
This way, next time you make an outgoing transfer, blockchain.info will send the money out from your original address again (so you can still re-use addresses.. but it's just a little inconvenient).

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Guys, i sent BTC to the ICO account 1HEATQCfWJKPWb8612K2oGR7EE6XPqNYHj  using a blockchain.info wallet.
Does blockchain.info web wallet not allow address reuse anymore? Can anyone confirm this??

Edit: Earlier this year, all change was going back to the originating account. However, now it looks like it goes to a new change address.
But does this still mean blockchain.info prevents you from using the original sending address?
I have dropped them a support ticket as well regarding this. I hope there is a way.. 


is there another way i can claim my Heat tokens?

Any help appreciated!

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Alternate Cryptocurrencies / Re: Waves?
« on: April 05, 2016, 06:03:39 am »
It's sad to see this new trend among entire crypto communities. Once money and marketing comes into play, everyone wants to split and create their own spin-offs. Essentially letting their own greed dilute the value of the technology they bring to the plate. Yeah, people who never heard of Nxt may think that waves is a leap ahead in crypto tech.. but the way i see it, waves is just the start of a much greater "wave" of independent spin-off attempts to grab potential blue ocean market share. Afterall, the crypto-community is full of delusional "investors" waiting to throw their money at you as long as you provide an elaborate btt pre-ann / ann and a viral signature campaign.. to da moon!!!!

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Alternate Cryptocurrencies / Re: Waves?
« on: April 04, 2016, 05:31:44 pm »
Ok, clone may not have been the right word.

It is a good idea, i agree. It is just a pity that this wasn't implemented or based on NXT itself.

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Alternate Cryptocurrencies / Waves?
« on: April 04, 2016, 04:02:00 pm »
Hello,

Anyone heard of this Waves IPO?

It is seriously annoying to see something that offers no real innovation over NXT and is pretty much just a sugar coated Nxt clone get so much hype and attention. Whats the point of Waves when we already have a platform that is doing the same damn thing???


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I gathered all the proposals so far. I think we have a good base here to start!

....
Dockport
....

The name i suggested was Blockport :)
Dockport sounds interesting too but then we loose the correlation with blockchain.


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blockport is too long but marin analogy is good. Money  history is related to it. Its an untapped metaphorical area.

DOCK?

Dock sounds good... but hey, it's such an over-used generic term these days. It doesn't really give a unique feel.
Besides, just google the term "dock", i doubt it will make SEO any easier than just keeping the name Nxt.

However, i agree, this is a good line of thinking  :)

But we must also then think of consistency in NXT terms, if we go the marine analogy route, the term forging may not suffice... and i don't think "fishing" would be a popular alternative lol

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Just to keep this conversation progressing,

Does the name Blockport suit NXT 2.0 design?

Google it, it's not that widely used.

Relevant to nxt 2.0 in the sense that side chains are like ships and the main chain is like a port that "services" them.

The word port also indirectly signifies a hub of trade and commerce  8)



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Nxt General Discussion / Re: [NXT 2.0] The debate
« on: February 23, 2016, 12:25:37 pm »
I see valid arguments on both sides of this debate. This is a tough call for the entire community. Results for the upcoming votes should be interesting.

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As I already posted in Nxt 2.0 Thread:

I have a name idea for this chain instead of "fNXT" we could call it "meta" as it contains information about the child chain but is not the childchain itself. It is "beyond" the childChains so I think the name META fits pretty well for this.

Metadata is "data that provides information about other data

So META for the fNXT and keep NXT for the childChain :)

It also seems very possible to get a good google ranking for META
Meta sounds appropriate and unique.
Maybe even the tokens could be referred to as Meta or meta nxt / Mnxt

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How about Blocknet?

I see there was some ann in bitcointalk but haven't followed the project.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=829576.6000

The name blocknet sounds cool and is somewhat similar to what NXT 2.0 is trying to achieve.

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I do like BASE - Blockchain Agnostic Scaling Engine   ;)

here are a few more names to keep the discussion going..


BEE - Blockchain Enabled Ecosystems

BLOC - Blockchain Linked Organic Collective

Edit: Another ONe - DBASE - Decentralized Blockchain Agnostic Scaling Engine. v ;D ;D ;D

Edit2: few more - DIVE - Decentralized Intelligent Value Exchange, NODE - Network of decentralized economies, BLINK - Blockchain inked intelligent network



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Nxt General Discussion / Re: Price speculation
« on: February 11, 2016, 07:45:34 am »
Sometimes we all talk about decentralization without understand it's implications. Decentralization also implies giving in to a sort of order within perceived chaos. Decentralization is a direct imitation of nature itself - Leaderless, self sufficient and highly adaptable. We are trying to judge the success or failure of decentralized systems with a mindset coming from a world of centralized decision makers.

In my opinion, the majority of the world's problems today are being created by centralized mindsets and centralized organizations that are intoxicated by their own power. To advocate a centralized leadership of any sorts to a decentralized system is not any better.
The goal of decentralized systems is not a one-track growth mantra. It is to adapt and to find the path of least resistance towards achieving a goal. Decentralized systems should welcome competition, diversity and experimentation. Create a thousand forks if you need to, at least one will prove to be beneficial to further build upon.

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Core Development Discussion / Re: Nxt 2.0 design
« on: February 10, 2016, 04:35:21 pm »
All those clones are only clones of NXT at a particular point in time, there is no guarantee they will be kept up to date with all the new updates of NXT. Second, some of those clones have completely different visions from NXT.

Every feature NXT gets the child chain gets too, at the same time, every time.

There are two snooker tables at a joint and you always go to the one on the left because it is far away from a radio that plays pop music that you hate. Both snooker tables get a new carpet and better cue sticks at the same time. Would you choose to go to the other one under any of these circumstances?

You should consider that open sourcing technology eventually leads to communities forming around it based on shared ideas. Look at linux distros, same thing. NXT wants to be open source, non-corporate money right? THen lets create such a system for the entire diverse, multilingual and multicultural world.

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Core Development Discussion / Re: Nxt 2.0 design
« on: February 10, 2016, 04:13:24 pm »
I sure as hell am not going to be holding NXT if a child chain has all the same features of NXT plus dishing out dividends.

Then i'm afraid that you may find it hard to hold a bag of anything in the future when blockchains will be dime a dozen and open source codes will enable anyone to create NXT like systems.
The only thing that will retain people to a community is a shared vision. In that sense, to have one blockchain technology with network effect that takes over the world seems unrealistic because it does not take into account the diversity of human nature and the fact that blockchain technology is freely available to clone. This whole one technology for all comes from a world that i thought the nxt community would be opposed to - the world of proprietary tech like facebook, skype, whatsapp, google and other monolithic corps that want to take over everything. I think i read in one of the issues of core magazine itself that the future values would be decentralization, demonetization and dematerialization -- think about this, can the fb/whatspp / one network for all -effect work with such a shift in values?

We need to think in terms of a platform to fuel diverse and varied ecosystems that have nothing to do with the NXT community but find the technology that this community is developing to be very beneficial to their individual requirements.

Anyways, i really am going off-topic now. This should be a design discussion :).
My apologies.

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Core Development Discussion / Re: Nxt 2.0 design
« on: February 10, 2016, 03:46:00 pm »
My concern is about what value NXT (main chain) has after 2.0. If every child chain can hold the features of NXT then what use is there to hold it? The idea of the network effect only really works if there is mass adoption straight away which I doubt will happen. 2.0 does not strengthen the main chain, it clearly weakens it. As a NXT holder, writing on the NXT forum, talking to other NXT holders... I find it odd there are so many people claiming its ok for NXT to die if that is it's fate. This is not ok. Can you seriously image what would happen if everyone sold their NXT because they realized it had no unique value? Turn off events --> Market cap goes down, businesses get scared, people sell fNXT as no income, NXT security compromised, game over.

THe main chain's value is no longer dictated by the novelty of blockchain technology itself. Any of these side chains will have no real "value" over the other chains other than the community that is behind it. It is the same as a clone of NXT, why would NXTers go to a clone and support it? Because they no longer feel their interests are aligned with the community that runs NXT. So this threat remains the same with or without NXT 2.0.

It is my personal opinion that blockchain technology evolution will no longer be fueled by technology itself but will now start to form pockets that mimic real world economic and communal groups. These groups are diverse and may not want to have anything to do with other groups and would choose to use solutions that cater to their own communities and market it to like minded people. Nation states, cities, suburbs, businesses, clubs, etc. all have their own unique communities and to bucket them all under one technology with one community makes no sense. How can this be realistic? Look at bitcoin, it is a perfect example that a one world community is not possible and is very counter-productive to evolution.

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Core Development Discussion / Re: Nxt 2.0 design
« on: February 10, 2016, 03:20:50 pm »
So i'm right. This update will not help to bring user to NXT. It will just allow current NXT holder to make money out of futur businesses childchain.
There is no way to know if NXT will benefits from it or not since NXT will simply become a childchain. We bring more risk to NXT, just for some people to make money out of fNXT ? This update disgusts me more and more.

From what i understand of the design change, NXT still remains NXT and whatever current efforts are there to bring new users to NXT will remain unaffected. This change is just creating a meta-layer for new blockchain businesses to "hook" onto. I don't see that as detrimental to NXT at all since it is open source money and has been known for 2 years. NXT is not corporate sponsored and it will never be... but do you think that the technology behind NXT can be used by corporate sponsored businesses wanting to run their own blockchains (Majority of the worlds economy is driven by such businesses.. right?)? If your answer is yes, then do you think the community / network that supported and developed that system deserves to benefit from each system that decides to join as a side chain?

Yes, this design change allows new clones to suddenly gain the benefits of a 2 year old network infrastructure but that is the way of evolution. If we don't create something like this, someone else will and then your dream of NXT as this one crypto block-chain that wants to take over the world will die with it. What you are hoping for is a far-fetched dream of trying to convince every blockchain technology adopter to use NXT instead of a growing list of clones or using their own solution.

Another thing to learn from is Ethereum. They are driven by VC money purely because they have created a system to use their technology to develop **your own private or public solution using blockchains**. Ethereum does not associate itself with who or what uses it, it has just created a system to benefit both parties - the platform provider and the app creator. NXT needs to adapt to this way of selling a technology imho.

Does it not seem better to "license" NXT technology and to use this "license" you need to pay fnxt to the original community and supporters/builders of NXT technology.
This makes sense to me, both business wise and real-life adoption wise. We need to face the reality that just convincing people to use NXT is not going to work in today's world, creating a system where both parties benefit by using the underlying technology will only work and organically spawn adoption.

Take what i say with a grain of salt though.. these are just my opinions.
Community decides of course..

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: Price speculation
« on: February 10, 2016, 06:11:39 am »
Ethereum is like a money magnet. It just keeps on attracting more and more.
The interfacing is still command line and frontier is not exactly 100% stable. Yet so much money keeps on flowing into eth coffers.

From my guess, this is just pure speculation / exchange money. I doubt this parabolic rise is due to real demand for the tokens.
I could be wrong though, maybe large corporates are mass buying eth.

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