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Nxt General Discussion / Re: Asset Speculation
« on: February 01, 2015, 10:57:16 pm »
Didn't realize this was a topic from May 2014...lol  :P

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: Price speculation
« on: January 31, 2015, 11:25:48 pm »

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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Cant download blockchain
« on: January 31, 2015, 10:28:53 pm »
yeah it was a .exe so your solution above is/was all i need?

I believe it is all you need.

But since you did the 'Redownload Blockchain' it should work until the NRS Closed notification comes up again.

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Alternate Cryptocurrencies / Re: eMunie
« on: January 31, 2015, 10:13:27 pm »
Oh, they are still at it at all?

They'll really have do deliver big, if they want eMunie to mean anything to anyone.

Yeah I was curious if there was anything being developed too. So I decided to take a visit and see what was going on with them. They pretty much disappeared off-radar for almost a year.

Seems like Dan for the last year has been working mostly solo on the coding of eMunie with at least one of the founders (Jazzer) helping him set up the whitepaper. Along with some eMunie founders helping him test the client when needed.

I agree they have to deliver big-time while getting some major figures on-board in order to get noticed.

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Alternate Cryptocurrencies / eMunie
« on: January 31, 2015, 09:50:54 pm »
I actually forgot about eMunie for a long time so I went to visit their forums again  to see how it was developing :P. (it was my first crypto I looked at when I first discovered BTC besides NXT, and Protoshares back in mid-late '13)

Seems like eMunie is getting close to their IPO and open beta (again) after closing off any beta clients for at least a few months (maybe close to a year?).

Fuserleer seems confident its getting close to ready for the (beta) masses testing it out after some of the eMunie founding users in a closed alpha helped him get kinks out and improve things. (looks like a few weeks out or so)

He said in https://forum.emunie.com/threads/how-fast-can-emunie-go-heres-how-fast.3339/ the eMunie system can according to the post get at least 100+ tx/s with just 10 nodes using eMunie and looks like it can go multiple times higher than that with more nodes. (I believe that's how eMunie's new structure works...not sure though as I barely have any understanding of eMunie...)



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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Cant download blockchain
« on: January 31, 2015, 09:15:33 pm »
thanks but i clicked on redownload blockchain, it i keep getting the same problem i will try your suggestion thanks for the help

It sounds like you are using the 'NXT Wallet' by Welsey (its a .exe file correct?)

I think all you need to do is close all running java files ('Task Manager' if you are using Windows or I think you can just close the application completely) relating to NXT and reload the application.

What happened to you happened to me as well, and I went through multiple blockchain redownloads which does work but takes a while (although I believe Wesley fixed it in one of the newer updates?) but the above fixed the problem for myself without a need to redownload everything :)

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Testnet / Re: If you want some testNXT - ask here
« on: January 31, 2015, 11:55:58 am »
.. not sure why this pubkey requirement is still being complained about
- fortunately there is no pubkey requirement now. That was an awful erroneous invention in Nxt design. It harmed Nxt a lot. We need to move on, to forget about that disastrous Pub key hassle. So, again: I will not send testNXT to those, who post pub key.

Any Nxt account must have exactly one address.

NXT-X9WN-SWYJ-K4PV-CN8Q6

- sent.

Thanks :)

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Testnet / Re: If you want some testNXT - ask here
« on: January 31, 2015, 07:52:20 am »
NXT-X9WN-SWYJ-K4PV-CN8Q6

public key is 6fc3a6b0 bla-bla-bla
- please read the first post (red letters). Sorry for inconvinience, but we need to get rid of those disastrous Pub keys finally.

Sorry about that. Read the OP but my mind must have skipped that part...Lol

I originally didn't use it but thought what the heck and put it on.

Deleted :)

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Typing on a phone is hell...

But yeah..

I agree it doesn't feel much different. Its features each coin gives which creates value.

What gen1 clones had is that most didnt rely on other currencies to make more of a gen1clone currency and a unique little wallet. (Maybe im outdated for current times...dont follow many other than NXT, BTC, and a few other '2nd-gens' now :P). Along with thing like being able to hard-fork and change its algorithm if I'm not mistaken... Also wish there was the 'staking' feature many of the clones have nowadays.(unless there is and I didn't notice).

I remember all them coins like FlappyCoin, Corgi, COINYE even DOGE when it came out during MEME hell.... I think what attracted many is the need to just set their miners to a coin and start mining away either solo or through a pool without needing to use another currency to do so; or it was in some way 'new' algorithm or new PoS+PoW currency that followed Peercoin. Which is why I feel MS Currencies are like XCP in a way.

I got in late to the game and first coin I mined was Protoshares. Didn't have a BTC to my name but a partial btc after mining a few days. Missed the original NXT investors list...if only I looked on bitcointalk forums rather than protoshares...(at least BCNext was nice enough to send my money back after sending and not reading a post that wasn't in the OP :P) but used what I had and bought what i could from the original investors at the time.

With MS Currencies you need some NXT to start minting anything.

Of course I'm probably wrong on many fronts haha. I'm in no way a dev or anything like that...

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Maybe it's also interesting to understand that nobody really is there actively buying a coin that has no inherent value and mintin for the sole purpose of selling will destroy this coin very soon.

I think it's more economical to only mint this coin if you want to hold right now and not destroy the coin before it even started, think about it :)

I have to agree with this.

The NXT devs have worked real hard in creating this but for now there is not much demand for ELEMS or any MS coin in general because there is no use for it. Right now most people are probably minting this just to make some fast money rather than looking for a new currency to build up. Which in terms of money is barely anything since there is very little liquidity in the exchange. In the early days it was something new and interesting to at least test out but since then its slowed down.

MS currencies are secured by NXT so there is no use for securing by mining(in this case minting) like other PoW currencies. I feel that the only thing MS currencies have going for it atm is the fact when minting it gives NXT forging some value because of all the tx fees made.

Until demand and value can be made the sell pressure will continue since there is barely any buying pressure. Marketplaces, games, etc. have to be made to get any use out of any of these currencies where they can be exchanged with as little reliance on NXT being used.

A reason for minting has to develop so these currencies can gain real value to the average crypto user if not then MS currencies have very little chance of succeeding on its current path. In my opinion :)

I've just started to test out counterparty(was bored at school :p) and it feels just the same basically as MS Currrncies(at least so far) where it relies on BTC for fees and also piggybacks on the BTC blockchain to confirm transactions and such. Maybe I'm wrong ??? Maybe a new MS dev can create a new MS currency that one sends NXT to the genesis in return for MS currency... Lol

Tldr;;...feel that MS Currencies have no use for now even though devs put great work. Need new ideas to get use of Currencies if not doesn't look bright for future. MS Currencies feel like XCP in my view.

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Testnet / Re: If you want some testNXT - ask here
« on: January 31, 2015, 12:40:02 am »
May I have some testNXT :D

Please and Thank You
NXT-X9WN-SWYJ-K4PV-CN8Q6

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: New To This
« on: January 30, 2015, 11:29:52 pm »
If you need help setting up Minting I would suggest the guide(If you are using Windows):

https://nxtforum.org/monetary-system-153/how-to-setup-miner-for-windows/

If you want to set up the Nxt Java Minter (by ScripterRon) go to and ask questions there if you need any help
https://nxtforum.org/monetary-system-153/nxtmint-java-minter/

as it will allow you to use a GPU with minting.

:)

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Introduce Yourself / Re: New to NXT
« on: January 30, 2015, 12:17:23 am »
Hello :)

Have an enjoyable stay around these parts.

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Nxt Asset Exchange / Re: [ANN] ColdHash
« on: January 28, 2015, 11:10:35 pm »
Just wanted to give you guys some info on our current investments. Out of the current revenue so far accumulated:

~40% in Cointellect (50 MH/s)
~60% in BTC/USD PAMM trading account

PAMM (Percentage Allocation Money Management) account. Essentially, this is an account which is attached to a pro trader's account, and his trades are duplicated in the PAMM account. A percentage of the profits are paid to the trader as fees once a month, but only if he makes a net profit overall. No one has access to the account but me, and passwords are secure and backed up with 2FA.

Our trader is killing it, with over 100% USD gains so far for the month of January (about 10% since we joined), and 5 out of his last 6 months trading have shown significant gains even while BTC price has dropped significantly. Any amount of money can be withdrawn from the account at the end of each trading interval (1 month) without penalty. At the end of each month I'll withdraw a portion of the profits and pay dividends, the rest will remain in the account, unless a more promising opportunity comes up.  At any point I can withdraw from the fund (use it for other investments or pay the entire amount in dividends), it is not permanently spent as is the case when buying mining shares. I feel this gives the greatest protection from ponzi schemes and allows the greatest flexibility for future investment opportunities. So, for now, I'll be placing share revenue into the PAMM account. 100% of income from the mining account will be paid in dividends each week, but we won't see any dividends from the PAMM account for about a month.

Sounds good :)

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dividends on there way shortly guys - sorry for the holdup - ive decided to start paying weekly- cutting our fees right down!


Regards,
SunTazer
I didn't buy assets from you (I trust only a select few) but here to help :)

Here's how to reduce your fees btw where its down to 1NXT fee for a full dividend payment to account rather than 1NXT fee for each payment...(originally posted in Supernet ->Dividends+ thread)...There just doesn't seem to be a notification to the receivers account that a dividend was received however since no transaction fee occurs per account.

So bring it back to one day if you were bothered by the fees you have to pay per individual and you are actually legit :) lol


Okay, I issued an asset in testnet to look at core dividends.

Guide:
1. Click on an asset that you issued. (You don't see this functionality unless you issued the asset from the account you are signed in for. You can only issue dividends for an asset you own.)
2. Under the asset description and above "Buy ASSET with NXT", you'll see a Pay Dividends link
3. Allows you to specify a certain amount of Nxt per asset, and a recent block height. (If you specify 0.1 and a person holds 1000 assets, they will receive 100NXT)
4. Click on Pay Dividends and you'll see a message such as "A total of 300 NXT will be distributed among 2 accounts which own a total of 3'000 shares". Click Pay Dividends again to proceed, or Cancel to cancel.
5. As issuer, you will see a dividend transaction in your list of transactions and amount dividended is subtracted from your Nxt. Fee for the whole transaction is only 1NXT regardless of number of shareholders.
6. Dividend receivers will have correct amount of Nxt added to their balance but will not see any transaction. Receivers can be made aware of their dividend by a)knowing their previous balance and seeing that it has changed or b)looking up the dividend transaction in a block explorer.
7. This functionality can't dividend out assets, only Nxt.


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Nxt Asset Exchange / Re: [ANN] ColdHash
« on: January 27, 2015, 05:10:36 am »
I (...well valarmg did...I just found the post to it since it doesn't seem like many people noticed it ;D) found the other way to send out dividends (in NXT) where basically all the dividends will cost a total of 1 NXT fee instead of 1 NXT per dividend payment like it seems to be occurring now. (There seems to be no transaction occurring per dividend receivers account which is why this occurs and the NXT just shows up in the account with no transaction history)

Hopefully it helps and you can use it though :)

I'm not an asset issuer so not sure how it works now...but this is what I found (I posted this in the iHash thread as well since it was asked there). It might work a little different than now ???

(this was posted in the Dividends+ thread in the SuperNet section of the forums.)
I just went poking around in the SuperNET ui, and the only obvious option is Dividends+ for distribution (i.e. 1 NXT per asset holder +1 NXT for the transaction). Is it an API call, perhaps, that allows for a 1 NXT dividend distribution? (I'm code-illiterate, so I really don't know much about these things)

me too!

Okay, I issued an asset in testnet to look at core dividends.

Guide:
1. Click on an asset that you issued. (You don't see this functionality unless you issued the asset from the account you are signed in for. You can only issue dividends for an asset you own.)
2. Under the asset description and above "Buy ASSET with NXT", you'll see a Pay Dividends link
3. Allows you to specify a certain amount of Nxt per asset, and a recent block height. (If you specify 0.1 and a person holds 1000 assets, they will receive 100NXT)
4. Click on Pay Dividends and you'll see a message such as "A total of 300 NXT will be distributed among 2 accounts which own a total of 3'000 shares". Click Pay Dividends again to proceed, or Cancel to cancel.
5. As issuer, you will see a dividend transaction in your list of transactions and amount dividended is subtracted from your Nxt. Fee for the whole transaction is only 1NXT regardless of number of shareholders.
6. Dividend receivers will have correct amount of Nxt added to their balance but will not see any transaction. Receivers can be made aware of their dividend by a)knowing their previous balance and seeing that it has changed or b)looking up the dividend transaction in a block explorer.
7. This functionality can't dividend out assets, only Nxt.

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double dividend of .4798 NXT per iHash distributed.

Just out of curiosity, did you use the new dividend payout feature of 1.4.x? AFAIK this lowers fees a lot if I'm not mistaken.

I checked the option to lower fees is not available, but I notice now you can add an unencrypted message

Don't really have a part of this particular asset...just helping out :)

I searched and found this about the 1NXT thing that was posted :P  ???  :)

I just went poking around in the SuperNET ui, and the only obvious option is Dividends+ for distribution (i.e. 1 NXT per asset holder +1 NXT for the transaction). Is it an API call, perhaps, that allows for a 1 NXT dividend distribution? (I'm code-illiterate, so I really don't know much about these things)

me too!

Okay, I issued an asset in testnet to look at core dividends.

Guide:
1. Click on an asset that you issued. (You don't see this functionality unless you issued the asset from the account you are signed in for. You can only issue dividends for an asset you own.)
2. Under the asset description and above "Buy ASSET with NXT", you'll see a Pay Dividends link
3. Allows you to specify a certain amount of Nxt per asset, and a recent block height. (If you specify 0.1 and a person holds 1000 assets, they will receive 100NXT)
4. Click on Pay Dividends and you'll see a message such as "A total of 300 NXT will be distributed among 2 accounts which own a total of 3'000 shares". Click Pay Dividends again to proceed, or Cancel to cancel.
5. As issuer, you will see a dividend transaction in your list of transactions and amount dividended is subtracted from your Nxt. Fee for the whole transaction is only 1NXT regardless of number of shareholders.
6. Dividend receivers will have correct amount of Nxt added to their balance but will not see any transaction. Receivers can be made aware of their dividend by a)knowing their previous balance and seeing that it has changed or b)looking up the dividend transaction in a block explorer.
7. This functionality can't dividend out assets, only Nxt.

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New announcement by Chris at LTCGear.

http://ltcgear.com/farm-payments/the-news/
Quote
The news
Hi,

Some explanations:

As discovered recently, starting several months ago, a focused series of attacks were executed on computer infrastructure connecting ltcgear with its users (website, database, and various layers behind).
The attacks were at beginning masked behind legit website utilization.
The attacks results ranged from DOS (denial of service) to more serious; creating fake shares or orders, or hijacking payment addresses (both for orders and share payments).
The attacks generated issues with payments, new asic, management and multiplications.
The methods used were not public knowledge at the time attacks started.
As about perpetrators, basically they were four kinds:
A. Attackers which were interested to hijack payments (both for orders and shares) and possible other occult agenda
B. Attackers which were interested to sell cheap shares to website users or sell service of order completion for a percent of real order value
C. Users which bought means for adding themselves free shares or complete themselves orders without payment to ltcgear
D. Attackers which were simply interested in service denial (e.g. denying Friday payment by starting a service denial attack).

As about identifying class A attackers, as I already informed certain parties from community, a direct connection to database was established starting from IP 178.21.117.208 belonging to directvps.nl and address 1AeFq5RbXiY1vsRqZjcF7fVodCxXwmDcMX (along with many others) was planted in database for payments. 1AeFq5RbXiY1vsRqZjcF7fVodCxXwmDcMX aggregates large amount of coins and sends funds to address 1FsVcdeHbpvUVT3gjeuVR2ZSDnpcsJMsLL (owner can be determined with 100% certainity)
For those needing a tip, here’s an article
http://qntra.net/2014/12/virransom-the-latest-ransomware/

As about B and C type of attackers, ultimately users which benefited from such arrangements, once knowledge that they exist, were traceable.
As for example, it happened that an attacker injected in orders payment address pool a certain foreign address at a certain time, then next minute certain users came and placed big orders, all paid to foreign address until foreign address was removed, after which order frequency and value resumed regular trend.

Or there are users which placed 20 orders, but only paid one which had a previous planted foreign address. They kept generating orders waiting to see the address they knew will return coins to them.
Or simply, users were logged doing direct address injection and then paying to foreign address in order to get orders completed and shares added to account.

About D type, in case of regular DOS (DDOS or variants), it’s usually hard to get the perpetrators without help from authorities and process is long by itself.
In case of denial of service based by computer unauthorized access, attackers are easier to be identified.

As about measures to be taken; in class A, interested third parties were alerted.
As about B and C users, it was very uncomfortable to discover this sort behaviour, unauthorized computer access and modifications are very serious offences in all civilized world. It was even more uncomfortable to find some of this users pushing to get paid for their illegitimate shares via social engineering forums (forums were also used to sell and buy illegitimate shares or means to get them), e-mail or other public interfaces.
For the moment there is no final decisions, the measures will range from private actions to publishing list of users and alerting local authorities.
As for type D, the infrastructure will be fixed to mitigate those sorts of attacks.

As a note, there were attacks which moved beyond public infrastructure, but for the moment this won’t be detailed.

About legit payments

First of all, there was no way to perform payments once it was discovered that fake shares and orders were present in database (and backups) before database was cleaned.
Soon it was discovered, that there is no way to continue to pay weekly since the D class attacks simply interrupted each attempt of payment in December and January by generating various types of DOS.
The payments were moved to user balance and withdraw on demand. At this moment the payments are functional for a percent of users and will become functional gradually for entire database of legit users.
And one last thing it was no way to quantize and implement with database corrupted, shares have attached a maintenance tax which is paid “at the end of the year”. We are in the new year already so users will also find attached to account tax value and means to pay it.

The new ASIC

The new ASIC delivery date is now moved to February based on delays and issues induced by attackers.

Kind Regards,
Chris

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nxt.mint.unitsPerMint=10


Thank You for your answer;

I set it like that...and hit 2 blocks of 10 units....marked in the NXT minting window..

however I got payed 0 + 1 (red)...1 NXT was removed from me/transaction

and the twice 10...I never got them...

why is that ?


similar transaction can be found there:

nxtblocks.info/#section/blockId/5614132592372667862

i'm just not autorised to post links...or h t t p s

in the bottom table is marked as type : Monetary System Currency Minting but the amount is 0 and fee is 1

Its in "Monetary System" tab and "My Currencies" tab that should be top right of the page.

ELEMS isn't shown as NXT but a currency built on NXT block chain.

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Can someone confirm :

Does the NXT in my wallet mature to 1440 confirmations before I can mine ?

you don't need to have 1440 confirms to mint anything. You can mint once you have NXT in your account.

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