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Nxt Client Helpdesk / Re: 'Legal' question regarding forging
« on: May 04, 2017, 04:56:22 pm »
I think you understand technically perfectly well.

You understand the nature of their motive to prohibit mining, you understand what a NXT node does and that it does not correspond to the nature of this motive (it's only a network relay and one execution per second of a straightforward, light, program), but you can never know what their reaction will be. They can still call it mining if they want and still refuse this use to you, even if they would observe that the device use is very low and reasonable and even if some inside techy would confirm. They could argue mining is crypto network support in general. It only depends on how they intend to play the game right now. But it is worth asking them. It can even become a great news for POS networks. But in itself this kind of possible news may also be the final reason for them to keep refusing... So hard to guess.

Testnet / Re: If you want some testNXT (ARDR, IGNIS) - ask here
« on: February 19, 2017, 02:29:39 pm »
[Also: Is there a good test asset that I could get the number for?


Code: [Select]
    "assets": [
            "initialQuantityQNT": "1000000000",
            "quantityQNT": "1000000000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-YKDR-R624-MM4S-5ZKQK",
            "decimals": 4,
            "name": "TESTEX",
            "description": "Asset Exchange testing",
            "asset": "13709490819668806232",
            "account": "4096656874851485047"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "1000000000",
            "quantityQNT": "1000000000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-V4D7-D3XW-JX9Z-EAC8K",
            "decimals": 4,
            "name": "MyAsset",
            "description": "...",
            "asset": "15467338033207775517",
            "account": "14454664023893707109"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "1",
            "quantityQNT": "1",
            "accountRS": "NXT-D2WD-YGWG-9VDC-3WWKT",
            "decimals": 0,
            "name": "LOVE",
            "description": "All you need is love",
            "asset": "16651076967471629226",
            "account": "2073798724020437899"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "100000000",
            "quantityQNT": "100000000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-AL4S-DYLR-3A8W-BZ5UH",
            "decimals": 2,
            "name": "NXTFolks",
            "description": "Asset for the NXTFolks.com website",
            "asset": "2546000108112377857",
            "account": "10946138943098472536"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "100000",
            "quantityQNT": "100000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-BEBP-WE5P-H5JH-BP8UH",
            "decimals": 0,
            "name": "ABC",
            "description": "Precious ABCs for all Pinocchio's around the world.",
            "asset": "3242358324119692488",
            "account": "10946234065381273909"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "100000",
            "quantityQNT": "100000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-9ZSV-U87G-WF8R-DR8HR",
            "decimals": 2,
            "name": "BIGPROFITs",
            "description": "desc here",
            "asset": "6025948372952594856",
            "account": "13527924675692461851"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "1000000",
            "quantityQNT": "1000000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-YRT9-FECL-R4XM-4CB33",
            "decimals": 0,
            "name": "cny",
            "description": "cny asset token",
            "asset": "7199874446250491917",
            "account": "2343325820521504551"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "100000",
            "quantityQNT": "100000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-XTKE-TT9Y-XZYS-DXV6D",
            "decimals": 2,
            "name": "Testasset",
            "description": "Test asset",
            "asset": "9037791716922027866",
            "account": "13083939667499214380"
            "initialQuantityQNT": "100000000000",
            "quantityQNT": "100000000000",
            "accountRS": "NXT-WX8V-VTSC-MBUU-CZ598",
            "decimals": 4,
            "name": "Tassetigni",
            "description": "Test asset on Ignis chain",
            "asset": "9212835713567397931",
            "account": "11753409720880100571"
    "requestProcessingTime": 3

Testnet / Re: If you want some testNXT (or ARDR, IGNIS) - ask here
« on: February 19, 2017, 01:44:42 pm »
May I have some testARDR to play with ? NXT-WSZC-BMF4-42SS-E3WLR


Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.0.0e
« on: February 19, 2017, 01:38:29 pm »
Exchange rates are specified this way. EUR/USD means that 1 EUR is exchanged for 1.06 USD as of today. The opposite rate is USD/EUR 0.94


Similarly 0.1 ARDR/IGNIS means that 1 ARDR is exchanged for 0.1 Ignis

Thanks for the explanation. So I will need to think different and twice when exchanging currencies.


I felt the same, while I'm not german, but Riker answer is correct. So perhaps the rate input field should always be presented this way :

Rate: ARDR/IGNIS [0.1] instead of Rate: [0.1] ARDR/IGNIS
Stricly speaking it should even be ARDR/IGNIS Rate: [0.1]

Official Nxt Releases / Re: NRS v1.11.3
« on: February 18, 2017, 09:25:29 am »
Try with messageIsText = false

Fukushima : 530 sieverts/h at the bottom of reactor 2, possibly 1000 below.. even robots can not survive


They do not expect to be able to even try to recover the radioactive melted material before 2021.

List of members :

One needs to filter the transactions to only keep those with recipientRS=NXT-KEBX-4722-NRWF-CBWPF (club account)
Members are then the privatekey owners of the corresponding SenderRS accounts.

Transactions where senderRS=NXT-KEBX-4722-NRWF-CBWPF are the expenses of the club.

Simple is beautifull  :)

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Ardor testnet countdown
« on: January 27, 2017, 09:44:18 pm »
How can I download testnet software?

Getting closer to the Ardor testnet release but still some way to go.

So you can not yet, but you will probably know from here.

If you have that many to check or more, yes, you'd better check the transactions when they appear on your node. But remember blockchain reorgs do occur and in that case you should detect it, and check if it has a consequence for your treatment or not.

Otherwise, it's probably not going to take that much to check the transactions of 1000 address, I'd bet for something between 1 and 10 sec.

Since you will have to keep a log of your treatment anyway, the best is perhaps to do both: try to treat blocks as they come, and once in a while cross check the transactions of each of your adresses in case a reorg made you miss something or treat something that you should not have.

It is only graved in stone after 720 blocks, before that, surprises can happen, although statistically it seems very rare to miss a transaction or treat one that is not going to be included, it looks like there are scenario where this can happen. So you must adapt your treatment strategy for that. It depends on the purpose of your treatment. If you can wait, it is always easier, if you want to be synchronous with the blockchain info, then it is harder because there are multiple possibilities at the present time. It also depends on the risk you take.

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Which cryptocurrency will replace Bitcoin?
« on: December 31, 2016, 10:31:39 am »
Bitcoin will remain. Email is still here. And what it will not be good at, will naturally be done someway else. So plenty of space for Alts.

What's Baas ? Some kind of DON (decentralized organisation network) ?

No hurry, health recovery always first. Happy last 2016 day.

Nxt Projects / Re: NXT PHP Client Library
« on: December 16, 2016, 12:53:35 pm »
Proud to be on that list!
I just discovered the Javascript NXTDevKit I think it's going to help me.
Communication matters !  :)

Nxt General Discussion / Re: PHP library?
« on: December 16, 2016, 12:48:18 pm »
Try this one:

On linux you'll have a command line tool as well

The correct link for Jones's one is:

Nxt Projects / NXT PHP Client Library
« on: December 16, 2016, 12:00:50 pm »
Here is my PHP client library for NXT on Github.

I use it in my projects, I extend the CNxtApi class which contains the basics to query the NXT API to devellop more specific function. I cleaned it such it is always a good base to start with.

Making a request to your node in PHP then goes like this:

Code: [Select]
$oApp = new CNxt;
$oApp->aInput = array(
                'message'=>'Here is your payment',
$oResp = $oApp->getResponse();

It also comes with a class and bootstrap script to make a command line tool (on linux only after seting up an alias in .bash_aliases) that simplify updates, network checking and some api queries.
It can also serves as a good example on how to play with NXT and PHP.

Here is the output for

nxt help

USE: nxt {commands} (optional: -json, -ssh)


The command line utility can be used for any NXT API Request,
{command} is equivalent to the http query string of the API but
value pair are separted by *space* instead of *&*

Examples :

nxt requestType=getBlockchainTransactions account=NXT-THLJ-CYAL-JQST-6FNS5

OPTIONAL parameters

 (default) - returns the CURL request and readable output of objects (good to be used on the command line)
 -json : only returns the json string (good to be used by programs).
 -ssh : a usefull workaround for nodes that do not have https set up, the distant node must have this library installed.
        Then the node is queried via ssh and then makes it's final request to the NXT server with with http://localhost:7876


Below are custom commands that are defined in commands/boostrap
The options -json and -ssh described above are also available

nxt getBalance NXT-39LJ-V67N-TJB9-EHUKA -json
-- NODE OPERATION on LOCAL MACINE --------------------------------

nxt version               : Retuns version of the server
nxt update 1.10.3            : Update to the version given - Manual confirmation required after download completed and sha256sum of the zip is outputed.
nxt start                : Starts the local NXT server
nxt stop                : Kill NXT server process
nxt restart               : Stop then Start
nxt unlock                : Start forging interactive screen asks for passphrase
nxt lock                : Stop forging, interactive screen asks for passphrase
nxt stay_alive               : Restart server if it is not runing
nxt stay_alive forge            : Restart server if it is not runing + alert admin that forging has stopped (if it did..)
nxt backup               : Creates a backup of H2 database (blockchain) with minimum downtime (speed up recovery if DB files get corrupted.. which still happens sometimes)

-- NETWORK INFORMATIONS -----------------------------------------

nxt getconfig               : Get the config parameters
nxt getState               : Get blockchain state of the NODE in config
nxt network               : Gives data about nodes that you survey
                  - defines the nodes in private-config.php with php array, example:
                     $aWhiteListeNodes['nxt'] = array('','http://nxt.scriba.io:7876')

-- ENCODING DECODING -----------------------------

nxt getToken www.notbot.me         : create token, interactive screen asks for passphrase
nxt decodeToken www.notbot.me sbfmg...88jh   : decode token sbfmg12288jh
nxt decodeHallmark shall65s4fps         : decode hallmark shall65s4fps

-- ACCOUNTS --------------------------------------

nxt getBalance NXT-39LJ-V67N-TJB9-EHUKA    : get balance of NXT-39LJ-V67N-TJB9-EHUKA (accept also the numerical account format)
nxt getAccountId             : return accountId, interactive screen asks for passphrase
nxt getAccountId 9fdg87hf9d8g7h9d8f7gh9      : return accountId for passphase 9fdg87hf9d8g7h9d8f7gh9
nxt getAccount NXT-39LJ-V67N-TJB9-EHUKA    : get a bunch of informations about account (accept also the numerical account format)
nxt getAliases  NXT-39LJ-V67N-TJB9-EHUKA    : get all the aliases owned by an account (accept also the numerical account format)
nxt getAlias scriba             : get the informations about the alias "scriba"

-- ENCODING DECODING -----------------------------
== BLOCK ==

nxt getBlock 17643352830869739755       : return block data

-- ENCODING DECODING -----------------------------

nxt getPeers                : return peers of the node

- Options
nxt getPeers active
nxt getPeers connected
nxt getPeers disconnected
nxt getPeers non_connected
nxt getPeers API
nxt getPeers API_SSL
nxt getPeers hallmark
nxt getPeers prunable

-- HELP ------------------------------------------

nxt help                : return this help

-- FUN -------------------------------------------

nxt mine whateverpassphrase          : return accountId and Balance if you are luck enouh !

I hope it will be usefull to you.

If sites like change.org can have weights, what could blockchain based paying clubs have ?

It is like an opened worldwide association. Not official but 100% "transparent"! One must consider that accounts may (& may not) correspond to individuals, but transfer of tokens are real and can be 100% verified... It may tell people voice but it tells "at least", for sure, Money Voice!

It would be fun to see the money owned (or exposed) by the members of such clubs. ;)

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Snapshot - the birthday present for Nxt
« on: November 30, 2016, 12:13:17 pm »
Happy !

I like the idea of the simplicity of the set up. NXT is indeed ready for that, but still, I'm missing some selling points. What I miss is what actions the club hopes to take to progress to its objective? And what qualify it (you) such I can believe in its chance of success.

I can not resist to spam a little: Yassin, "I still have" perfect NXT accounts for you, check : https://secretminer.com/YASS or https://secretminer.com/ESCR or https://secretminer.com/SAFE or for that case https://secretminer.com/NRCC or https://secretminer.com/NUCL or https://secretminer.com/CLUB

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Price speculation
« on: November 10, 2016, 08:02:50 am »
What else is there to keep people interested/busy beyond price speculation?

Creating value for others with apps doing things that could not be done before blockchains ?

But this requires a higher spiritual state than to simply be attracted by the idea of "burning" electricity to make a living. So unless this value creation process exploit the greed of making money by running computers (or robots..), this crowd will never be attracted by POS.

If you find some money they can make by runing machines... then you'll have them.

Taken from preev website :

Price data is continually gathered from multiple markets. A weighted average price of these markets is shown by default (based on 24-hour trade volume). Alternatively, you can choose a specific source from the settings menu.

So, what you need is exchange sites with an API and sufficient NXT volumes.
https://poloniex.com/support/api/ is a good place to start with.
It will do the job for NXT & Ardor

For Ignis & Childchains, it is early but, we know that "bundlers" will take the childchains fees in exchange of spending Ardors for the transactions to be included, yielding a possible value conversion between childchain tokens and Ardors.

Nxt Projects / Re: Email notification service for various transactions
« on: November 08, 2016, 02:27:11 pm »
Box1413, keep in mind that blockchain reorganizations can happens, so until a transaction did not pass the 720 confirmations checkpoint they are in some "probabilistic state". For secretminer.com I ended up with two processes that fit with tesdruif description but one for transactions with less than 720 confs in order to be very reactive for incoming transactions (crontab every min) while having in mind that things could change and then, one after 720 in case I missed something (process downtime, bug correction..) in order to repair since then it is easier as transactions are now "graved in stone".

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