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FreeBird / Re: FreeBird will open source
« on: June 22, 2020, 08:02:26 am »
Hi goodrain,

How do you mean it will be released under JPL? Freebird is still running on the Nxt / Ignis blockchains, isn't it? Thanks

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: greeting to the Nxt community
« on: September 01, 2019, 11:40:28 pm »
Yay!  :)

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Ardor Helpdesk / Re: HTML or WordPress plugin for ARDOR
« on: August 05, 2019, 01:21:45 pm »
We are testing the SIGBRO app, and you are welcome to join.

https://forum.nxter.org/t/sigbro-android-app-v0-testers-feedback/45

You can install the auth Wordpress plugin and let users join your site with their Ardor accountRS. By using the app OR by generating token + entering details manually.
Try it: https://nxter.org/sigbro-auth. Download: https://github.com/Nxter/nxter-sigbro-auth

You can't transfer MS-coins over Wordpress with this plugin, but you have your users' account ID's, so you can generate unsigned transaction QRs of any kind for them.

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: Price speculation
« on: July 12, 2019, 08:21:26 pm »
So much life in here today!

BTW, I spanked you into balance again, @bitcoinpaul.   8)

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Ardor Helpdesk / Re: HTML or WordPress plugin for ARDOR
« on: May 01, 2019, 01:34:33 pm »
Ok, so just sending MS token between accounts?
Is it 1 specific MS token or should the user have an option to select which token to send?

I am sorry for this wall of text, but I think you should know about some decisions we've made and the reasons behind them, when you ask about Wordpress plugins. I will get back to the plugins themselves :)

You can see plugins we did for the Nxt blockchain here: https://nxter.org/nxtbridge.
The only MS coin related plugin was NxtBridge-ICO, which is more of an "explorer" plugin we used in our coverage of the Ignis ICO.

If the user enters his account into the Ledger-plugin, we can show balance, account ledger, etc.
The problem is that signing transactions is not safe to do via a Wordpress plugin. Too much trust is involved.

So we made: https://www.nxter.org/nxtbridge-offline/

And when Ardor came, we made: https://cdn.rawgit.com/Nxter/ARDOR-SigBro-Offline/master/ardor.html.

If you enter your Account address and what you want to transfer to which account into a form on Wordpress, it can generate unsigned transaction bytes, which you can then copy-paste and sign (after you have downloaded the Offline client, or NRS), then copy-paste the result back into the Wordpress site and broadcast it. Done!
It works! And it really really sucks, right? And what if you (like most people) are using a mobile phone?

So next we created Sigbro, a mobile app. First for Android. Then again, as a hybrid app.

Sigbro signs you in with your ArdorID and authenticate with a token.
It can scan and sign unsigned Ardor transaction QR codes from a pc screen - OR
if you use the mobile browser the Sigbro app opens and shows tx details when you click a transaction button on the website.
Sigbro lets you check the transaction details by using public nodes (not the Wordpress admin's node for example) before you sign and broadcast the tx.

That's the most relevant things to know about the first version of Sigbro. You can also check your token balances (including MS-coins), generate account or import an existing account, and there *will be* a Lightweight Contract based faucet (1 account can be funded per device). "Will be" means we are working on it, the rest I mentioned already works.

So, NOW, back to Wordpress, currently working (beta) Ardor plugins for Wordpress are:

Register / login and authenticate with Ardor account ID:
On a pc - https://youtu.be/6W2ulKWrIG8.
On a mobile phone (the recorded example logs in to an online wallet, but it works similar with Wordpress: https://youtu.be/mCIBhPmGpqY.
Registered users get signed in, new users are registered with their ArdorID on a Wordpress site. The new user can then select a username. Email is optional.

You do not HAVE to use the Sigbro app to log in. You can manually enter Ardor accountID, generate a token for a data string the plugin creates for you, paste it, push a button, log in.

We want users to be logged in to Wordpress with their Ardor account (anonymously or not, doesn't matter) so we can show them account balances, account ledger, stats, and generate transaction bytes for them to sign securely with Sigbro. Same can be done by any other website that wants to offer Ardor services. Sigbro provides an easy way to log in and auth, and makes it safe to use "unsafe" Ardor web services. Sigbro saves the Ardor account passphrase encrypted on a phone and never sends it to a server. Ever. A bad plugin or a scammy website owner or a hungry hacker cannot fool the user to sign a bad transaction, because Sigbro will show it.

A second Ardor Wordpress plugin we're finalizing is this:
- A WooCommerce add-on. Install it and get a new payment option in Woo. In this case the AEUR token. The buyer gets an email with a QR code and an URL (for mobile users). The plugin waits for the payment. After 10 confirmations in the blockchain, it changes the order to processed in Woo's backend. The Woo order number is written into the payment tx on the blockchain too. We might change it to use vouchers.
In action: https://youtu.be/08Vyh-XgWTc. Pending video update: with the Sigbro app the user doesn't have to enter Ardor accountID manually. Also, the last part of the video shows we connected the plugin to a t-shirt dropshipping service, that's just for our own use case. The plugin is set to use AEUR, but it can be changed to use any another Ardor token, asset, or MS-coin. AEUR was chosen because it's the most useful for merchants.

We're only starting to look at Wordpress plugins again. If there's interest. Real interest.
So what exactly do you want the plugin to do? What will you use it for? You can tell me in DM, if you do not want it to be public yet.

I will use Nxter.org as testsite and showcase for the above plugins, and of course use Nxter as a hub for promoting and showing everything else that gets launched and uses Ardor and Nxt too, as always. But we need more use, more users, more projects on Ardor. Can we help each other there?

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Ardor Helpdesk / Re: HTML or WordPress plugin for ARDOR
« on: April 27, 2019, 09:15:40 pm »
Hi Krasi69,

we @Nxter.org developed some Nxt and Ardor plugins for Wordpress. What exactly are you looking for?

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NXTER.ORG / Re: Main thread
« on: February 11, 2019, 02:00:16 pm »
It might need a rewrite. Until then, the book is listed on several online marketplaces too. They don't mention Ardor.

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16439908.Abctc
https://www.amazon.com/Snapshot-Nxt-unsurpassable-blockchain-solutions-ebook/dp/B01N183OBU
https://www.ebay.com/itm/SNAPSHOT-Nxt-unsurpassable-blockchain-solutions-by-Arthur-Penzl-English-Pape-/362009253272

https://books.google.dk/books?id=dIACDgAAQBAJ&pg=PA2&lpg=PA2&dq=nxt+unsurpassable&source=bl&ots=OTv1GhJhcm&sig=ACfU3U10wmG_I0hlxCHJUoHE_2zNbJeBtQ&hl=da&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjl9L-d6LPgAhVJyaYKHS1OCwUQ6AEwBXoECAUQAQ#v=onepage&q=nxt%20unsurpassable&f=false

You can even go to the comment fields and write your own review that talks about the greatness of Nxt.

Ardor was announced as Nxt 2.0 back then, but both are independent blockchains, I agree the text should focus on Nxt entirely.

That said, the book itself focuses on both the Nxt blockchain and community/ecosystem, and the Nxt core dev team's work on Ardor is important to Nxt's history.

This year Nxt will get a good bunch of rather groundbreaking features added - they will be ported to Nxt from Ardor. The ICO money pays for such upgrades of Nxt too. ;)

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Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.2.1
« on: December 14, 2018, 01:09:04 am »
Thank you!

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: NXT 5th Anniversary
« on: November 25, 2018, 11:19:33 pm »
https://nxter.org/puzzles

5000 NXT and 10 x 1 Nxt Snapshot e-books are waiting to get picked up.


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Nxt General Discussion / Re: UNWTO EVEN 6th September Chisinau Moldova
« on: September 06, 2018, 12:53:47 pm »
Looking good!  8)

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Hey forkedchain, I am sorry to hear that.

Are you closing down only the Nxt pool or the Ardor pool as well?

both..

I see....  :-[
https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=15129.msg243204#msg243204

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Hey forkedchain, I am sorry to hear that.

Are you closing down only the Nxt pool or the Ardor pool as well?

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: [RELEASED] File sharing plugin
« on: April 12, 2018, 12:02:08 pm »
No

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: Maze programming
« on: March 20, 2018, 12:40:08 pm »
Wrong forum, I think. This nxtforum is about Nxt, the blockchain.  :)

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I do not understand what you mean by centralization  ???

It's all about your proposal that a centralized unit decides who are scammers and who are not.

It doesn't matter though because it won't work.

Scammers will create a new account.

We had plenty of scammers on the Nxt AE back in the day. Some were bad guys and others were not, just bad businessmen.
The community can be hyped to believe that someone who got sick and disappears for a month, for example, ran with the money.

My point is, it's hard to draw the line. And a crazy workload.
Also, by announcing that you ban scammers you may lead people to believe that the blockchain is free from scammers. It will never be.

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thank you for sharing your opinion  :D

Thank you for opening the topic :)

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So you want to centralize? That's not why I'm here...

I extend the idea of excluding the exchangers accounts from the snapshot by adding to my request the mandatory exclusion of all accounts that have been involved in criminal activity like the scamers of the ICO...

Which ICO scammers?

jelurida can add a BlacklistedAccounts.json file to the snapshot tool for example...
Who will decide which people or projects are scams? Social media, you or Jelurida? In which jurisdiction should their actions be considered criminal activity?

Don't misunderstand me, I see the problem, but maybe By-Property phasing and Asset Control can solve this in a better and more decentralized way.

based on what happened with the exchanges and to avoid that these entities steal their users like the case of some, I request an addition to the JPL giving the right to the new coins creators using the NXT Blockchain Kit, to exclude the known exchanges accounts from the snapshot ...

It does feel stupid to throw tokens into a black hole. Or rather... IMHO the problem is, that it's NOT a black hole. In 10 years when everyone has forgotten about centralized exchanges, their former owners can go pick up their former customers' tokens. Oh boy. It's just not fair.

1 solution could be to distribute those lost "exchange tokens" as an extra reward to the ppl that hold NXT or IGNIS in private accounts. Another one would be to just burn them. But I see your point and I agree with you. Maybe exchanges that do NOT agree to support Nxt/Ignis airdrops within a reasonable timeframe shouldn't get those tokens.


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Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Nxt deposit not receive
« on: February 09, 2018, 12:35:51 pm »
Hello jeck01 and xminers.

This is a Nxt / Ardor community forum.

You have to contact bittrex with this issue, it is a company no one here runs or have control over.

I can say though, as a Bittrex user, that they write very clearly that users must NOT transfer NXT directly from another exchange.
Bittrex wants a message added to the transaction for security reasons, and I am almost sure that Hitbtc does not allow you to do that.

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Trading & Exchanges / Re: buying ARDORs for FIAT
« on: February 09, 2018, 11:29:30 am »
Have you checked ardorgate.eu?
Anyone (non-US) can get an account with Mister Tango and get onto the Ardor blockchain.

If you're located in the eu you can also buy ARDR directly from fiat with litebit.eu.

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Nxt General Discussion / Re: where is the marketing???
« on: February 07, 2018, 02:02:24 pm »
show their cvs to the community, for instance.

Are you for real? So you want

1) private applications copy-pasted into a public forum?
2) To decide for Jelurida who they should hire? Hey, maybe we could have a vote. :D

Jelurida is a private company, it's not a DAO you supported. They give you: NXT. IGNIS. ARDOR. Child chains. Massive talent. Not their company.

There is no formal communication between Jelurida and the community, people complain about not getting answers when they ask for information about different issues. That means there is nobody from Jelurida to drive the community behind this project.

Agree. They could inform us better. I see Riker and Veronica being out there, and also their helpdesk is being expanded. This will help.

Ardor-NXt were one of the coins that fell the most in this last crytpo bear cycle and it is not where money is going in again after reaching the trough. Market never lies and shows how people vote about the management of this project.

Crystal ball-comment?

Constructive criticism is fine, doomsday prophecies based on weekly charts aren't very constructive, imho.

You made your point in the OP. I agree to some degree. Riker answered. So, what now? How about we get off our asses and begin using, pitching and promoting the platform? After all, Ardor is truly awesome, so awesome that we decided to buy tokens. It's a first mover in so many fields, stable, energy efficient, scalable, its continued development has been funded, and as a community, there's so much we can do. Where do you suggest we begin?

Something is being done very bad (communication, promotion, etc) and it has to be addresses as soon as possible in order to put Ardor cryptosystem in the right path.

Great, let's do it! Maybe I can help. Maybe the greater community can. Maybe Jelurida will even fund a bounty for you. What are you going to do for your platform today?

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