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Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.2.2
« on: January 22, 2019, 02:48:20 am »
^^^ excellent and thank you, keep up the good work

Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.2.2
« on: January 20, 2019, 05:14:14 am »
I finally manage to do it, but I had to use the web wallet and using the method of export and import unsigned and signed json files.

The problem is that Windows desktop wallet is not working correctly for offline signature. Please fix this.

Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.2.2
« on: January 20, 2019, 04:42:55 am »
I tried again, but it do not work. I did it multiple time with Ardor v2.0.14 without any problems.

Are there way to combine manually the  "Unsigned transaction bytes" from the online machine with the "signature" obtained from the offline machine in order to  broadcastTransaction using the  transactionBytes directly in the Ardor http API instead of using the GUI?

How to get the "transactionBytes" from the ["Unsigned transaction bytes" and "signature"]. Are there simple way to get it?

I read this, but it seem outdated:

"The unsigned bytes returned by the server with broadcast=false contain 64 bytes of zero in place of the signature.  Replace those bytes with the signature returned by Crypto.sign() and then broadcast the transaction using the broadcastTransaction API.  The signature bytes are at offset 95 in the transaction (see Transaction.getBytes())."

Current "signature" with Ardor seems like 128 bytes. What is the correct offset in ardor?

Overall, I think there is problem with the GUI or something else.

I need to do some transactions so I would appreciate some help if possible. Thank you.

Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.2.2
« on: January 17, 2019, 01:06:12 pm »
I tried to add an encrypted message so that the  json area does not grey out. Now  I also copy the json from the online to the offline computer before signing. I used to do that with Ardor before fork and it work flawlessly, altought it was not necessary to add an encrypted message to get the json.

However, I still get this message when I want to broadcast the  signed transaction from the online computer :

Incorrect transactionJSON: null

Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.2.2
« on: January 17, 2019, 01:07:50 am »
I have some problem with offline transaction signing. It used to work, and now it not working anymore.

1) I fill the transaction I want to do  on the online machine,
2) Then I checked , do not broadcast and do not sign.

3) I  submit the transaction and new window appear where I can copy the clipboard "Unsigned Transaction Bytes". I copy the "unsigned Transaction bytes" on the offline machine by USB.

4) Then I go on the  transaction operation of the offline machine, I enter the Unsigned Transaction Bytes, I put the passphrase and sign the transaction.

5) I copy back by USB the signature on the  online machine and I broadcast the transaction from the online machine. now I get:

Note, last time I did it, the processus required also to copy the Unsigned Transaction JSON on the offline machine before signing, otherwise it was not working. Now the area for the Unsigned Transaction JSON is grey out on the online machine. However, it is not grey out on the transaction operation windows of the offline machine.

I don't know how to do offline signing anymore.

Thanks for looking into this.

Both machine have Ardor 2.2.2 installed.

Jelurida only need to be active on the forum to move back people here.

Alternate Cryptocurrencies / Re: NXT and ARDR Historical Airdrops
« on: May 20, 2018, 07:31:53 am »
In 2016, only ARDR was airdrop to NXT holders. That it is.

@coretechs thanks you for the nice service that is ardorportal.

As a suggestion, it would be nice if we could order transaction below by Chain, Age, Sender, Type, Amount or Fee when clicking on Chain, Age, Sender, Type, Amount or Fee:

Thank you.

10 / Re: - Nxt blockchain explorer
« on: February 15, 2018, 02:16:22 am »
Would be nice to have "total transaction" chart on this page :
Thanks, keep up the good work!

Nxt General Discussion / Re: where is the marketing???
« on: February 07, 2018, 01:59:37 pm »

Jelurida finished the ICO more than a month ago, it is enough time for having at least a pool of candidates and show their cvs to the community, for instance.

I don't know in which part of the world you live, but in my country cvs are more or less personal stuff.  ???

Nxt Helpdesk / Re: Wheres my ARDR?
« on: January 19, 2018, 03:10:32 am »
OOOOOooook, found my IGNIS. How can I get this on Bittrex, just send it to my ARDR wallet there?

Ignis is not support yet at bittrex.

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Aidrop Ignis wtf I've 1:4 ratio ignis/nxt
« on: January 16, 2018, 01:11:18 pm »
No, you have 369.79056539 Ignis in your account:

Nxt General Discussion / Re: IGNIS ICO
« on: January 09, 2018, 03:05:34 pm »
Where can I get acquainted with the team of this project and with their experience in working with block—Āhain projects?

Business enquiries:

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Why does the fork matter to users?
« on: January 08, 2018, 12:49:12 am »
because it will only cause more work for poloniex, and a delay of your funds... consider the case where you have a balance on poloniex, your local client is not forked, and you want to withdraw, but polo is on a fork.

so you request to withdraw from polo.  they do so, but you never see the ardor in your local client, because it is not forked, but polo is.

so you then have to submit a ticket to polo.

eventually, whenever polo *does* resolve their fork and get on the right chain, they have to go back into their system and see who all users requested withdraw while they were on the fork.  and then re-credit their accounts, since the correct fork they are on has no record of polo sending you anything.

now consider a bunch of people doing this, and polo having to fix every single user who requested ardor withdraw during the fork.

now consider how long it normally takes polo to resolve tickets, even without an ardor fork.

hopefully that makes sense to you?

I like the example, question on it though. wouldn't there be a check built in to the platform that would routinely check for this and notify the users?

you might expect to much from polo  ;D

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Why does the fork matter to users?
« on: January 07, 2018, 03:49:27 pm »
Problem is from double spending possibility. Someone on the Ardr fork may deposit ARDR into poloniex (if they are on the same fork) and get credited ARDR token in their account and then sell them for BTC. I think it did happen (riker has tested it [without selling to BTC] if i understood correctly from his slack message), but now Polo closed their deposit and withdraw (i guess until they are sure they are not on the false fork anymore).

Nxt General Discussion / Re: Why does the fork matter to users?
« on: January 07, 2018, 01:54:17 pm »
I think it matter principally for the internal system of exchange, they will need more manual correction in their database once they get on the right fork.

19 / Re: - Nxt blockchain explorer
« on: January 02, 2018, 11:55:03 pm »
Are you planning a similiar explorer but for ARDOR?

Ardor Software Releases / Re: Ardor v2.0.10
« on: January 02, 2018, 03:22:11 pm »
I bought JLRDA tokens months ago, waited for the snapshot and have been trying to see or locate my IGNIS tokens since yesterday? I installed the Ardor server version 2.0.9 that shows me with a 0 balance and have an Ardor Wallet installed on my desktop (that has never opened). My question or delima is where are my IGNIS tokens and how do i see them to confirm i received the agreed swap? ???

You can check your balance with:

What is the currency ID of the JLRDA tokens you bought?

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