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nychealer

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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #100 on: June 25, 2015, 07:15:39 pm »

Thank you!
Yes
Much appreciate the step by step description.
...Thank you Mr. Jones. Ingenious!

I've created paper wallets in the past for BTC, offline method.
I think I can do it!

I use Linux Mint, so will try the live cd also.  Very Cool idea.

Last step:
"create one transaction out of your cold storage after you have created the address"
"it will make your address secure and record it to the blockchain"

I assume that the last step to create a withdrawal transaction, is also so that the network/blockchain will know where to send my dividend shares for all my assets?

Thanks again!




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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #101 on: June 25, 2015, 08:02:15 pm »

Thank you!
Yes
Much appreciate the step by step description.
...Thank you Mr. Jones. Ingenious!

I've created paper wallets in the past for BTC, offline method.
I think I can do it!

I use Linux Mint, so will try the live cd also.  Very Cool idea.

Last step:
"create one transaction out of your cold storage after you have created the address"
"it will make your address secure and record it to the blockchain"

I assume that the last step to create a withdrawal transaction, is also so that the network/blockchain will know where to send my dividend shares for all my assets?

Thanks again!






No. Dividends are sent to account owning the assets. When you transfer assets to your cold storage account dividends will go to that cold storage account.

Every account should have 1 outgoing tx in order to be safe(r) against some attack (tech stuff).  Or, at least have 1 incoming tx with public key included in tx (more tech stuff).

My advice if you want to make it simple:

1. Transfer small amount of NXT to your newly created vapor cold storage account. Make sure you write down passphrase generated by vapor.
2. Try it out! Try to send from offline account by copying tx and  broadcasting transaction on your online computer. By doing this you will solve both security and know it's working.
3. When done testing send all your assets to cold storage.

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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange - How do I change my passphrase?
« Reply #102 on: July 01, 2015, 05:24:33 pm »

Hello,
Thanks for all the great work. Very impressive. I've held long on NXT since last Summer.
New to the exchange. Buying new assets.
I cannot find a way to change to a new longer passphrase.
Every time I log into SAE, a notification window pops up saying my passphrase is shorter than 32 characters.
I currently have a 16 character pw.


Also...

Is there a way to add any extra security to my wallet on the SAE?  ie: authenticator, authy etc;

Thanks, in advance.

There is no way to change your passphrase without getting a new account, since for NXT passphrase EQUALS account.

Just click on NXT Client Login at the bottom of the Sign In dialog which will let you use your NXT passphrase.

actually the "standard" log in is nothing more than two pieces of a pass phrase that are put together to create a single pass phrase.

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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #103 on: November 28, 2015, 06:26:03 am »

Secure Asset Exchange is a web-application that enables buying, selling and issuance of cryptobonds, cryptoequity and cryptocontracts in the Nxt decentralized exchange infrastructure.
Moved post to new topic.....  https://nxtforum.org/asset-exchange-general/is-the-asset-exchange-an-asset-to-nxt-the-platform/
« Last Edit: November 28, 2015, 07:02:18 am by Thames »
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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #104 on: November 28, 2015, 06:19:32 pm »

Some UI work for mobile users is needed. When visiting trade.secureae.com from my iPhone, I can only see the 'top' asset. I see the three bar menu up top, but it doesn't do anything for me. I use Chrome Browser on iPhone 6+.
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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #105 on: November 28, 2015, 10:49:10 pm »

just tested instant buy and its not working, show up wrong bitcoin amount
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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #106 on: December 17, 2015, 03:33:31 pm »

So, is this service still actively being marketed and worked on?

Given the recent approval by the SEC for digital security instruments I would think this site could be important. I also think they have to add support for a Fiat/NXT gateway to allow people to buy/sell Assets for USD, EUR, GBP, CNY etc.
« Last Edit: December 21, 2015, 04:26:24 pm by Pilot »
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Re: Introduction to Secure Asset Exchange
« Reply #107 on: December 18, 2015, 01:48:41 am »

Its a very easy to learn platform. I found it from an ad, that got me into NXT, now I`m interested investing in nice assets via that site.
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