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Nxt General Discussion / MOVE TO REDDIT --- AND REDDIT CHATROOM.
« on: August 20, 2018, 08:54:57 pm »
Face it, this forum is dead and the walled out garden SLACK doesn't help adoption neither. MOVE to REDDIT if you want to help the community grow.

For Ardor discussions, populate and grow Ardor Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Ardor/

Ardor Chat: https://www.reddit.com/chat/r/ardor/channel/1451823_2d596bae6854a672974e59c7402f68f32b0d51da

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Paper wallets are very good for adoption as it can be easily gifted to newcomers to the space. The Ardor paper wallet is compatible with ignis and all childchains, even AEUR. The background art can also be changed to fit a theme or for specific company marketing.

Use any email / pass or just put in something random.

Feedback on these would be great.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3335760.0




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Be great if someone can help answer the following question. It would help down the road as I'm sure others might want to make custom bundlers.

https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/69404/where-can-i-find-an-example-ardor-bundler-code-snippet-to-filter-transactions-of

Custom bundlers can potentially open a bunch of new use cases where fees are mitigated by the bundler.

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I'd like to put this out there as it just came to me right now. I propose that Jelurida use some of its marketing dollars to hire CMS devs to create Ardor addons / modules for popular used cms systems like magento, wordpress, drupal, etc... This can potentially drive more devs to the Ardor platform. Imagine during shopping cart checkout where it takes child chain coins or even assets as payment.

This solves the problem of bringing on developers from other frameworks or projects and it also promotes usage of Ardor child chains as a payment method.

Imagine paying with AEURO or BTC child chain with low fees or zero fees.

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https://www.meetup.com/codepen-nyc/events/244014591/?_cookie-check=po8Ti5KVz8R-jXTf

I'm running a new meetup dedicated to front end developers and I'll be giving a presentation on NXT / Ardor capabilities using only html/css/js on the codepen.com platform. I'll be presenting to a room full of developers that most likely might not have dabbled in blockchain yet. imo, this target audience is more valuable than trying to sell tokens/coins to speculators. If you can get even just a few to work on the nxt/ardor platform thats a success already.

I'm demoing simple json ajax calls to the nxt/ardor apis and showing how to:

- build a decentralized market place filtered by specific keywords.
- possibly build out some type of simple chess board game that records the piece location on a board using data cloud
- build a MIDI player fetching .midi music from the data cloud that is less than 40kb.

If anyone is willing to help out, that would be great. I need codepen.com demos that make use of the nxt/ardor apis.

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https://www.meetup.com/codepen-nyc/events/244014591/

Would like to thank marenkar and the ANG foundation for helping to sponsor our first event here in NYC. It's a meetup geared toward front end developers and not necessarily blockchain devs or speculators. I've been working with NXT since 2014 helping to run the nyc meetup scene here, but the turn out was usually sub par due to the lack of marketing of the platform. My new approach is tackling this from a front end developer's point of view by using the Codepen platform as a way to host your own dapps where other can easily fork off of. I'll be giving a 20 minute presentation on Ardor and its capabilities and provide a few demos using codepen and tapping into its api's. I'll also have a Ardor faucet setup on another computer for attendees that might want to claim some testnet coins to play with the platform.

If anyone would like to help, let me know. It would be great if we can get more Codepen dapps created on that platform that uses the Ardor api to show some of the stuff it can do. Otherwise, I'll just give whatever I have thus far.

Some quick ideas off the top of my head for non-blockchain devs to understand:

- create a decentralized serverless marketplace filtered by a specific type of tag
- serverless dentralized twitter / blog

what else?

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Nxt General Discussion / where to get some ardor ignis testnet coins?
« on: August 16, 2017, 05:43:53 pm »
can someone send me some? NXT-KU4D-ZRRZ-UPX9-5BEZY

i'm making a faucet. cuz its pretty darn annoying asking for it here on the forum.

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This is a message for the whales with bots looking to game the ICO. At least make your bots break up your orders so it doesn't look so "obvious" that you purchased a large supply. Keep in mind this hurts Ardor's reputation, which hurts the price in the short term and possibly long term.

If it showed at least 10-20 accounts that bought vs just ONE, I don't think there would be such a negative pr. Hopefully the next few releases "seem" more fair.

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Seeing that the first wave was purchased by 1 person with an obvious bot. Let's discuss how to solve this problem. I think rolling back and refunding this person might make things look bad. But if this person volunteered to do a refund and do a reset of the ICO to prevent or reduce the effectiveness of ICO bots it would shed a positive PR light on this first wave and the project.

The bot managed to make the ignis purchase using phased transactions, which means the gui was useless to normal people. It's obvious this method will be used again, rendering an unfair advantage to those that know the system well.

Some ideas I threw out on the nxt chat:

- Add in new terms to prevent phased transactions orders by refunding those that used it.
- Accept a batch of orders, then refund X amount of them to add in the element of randomness. reduces bot effectiveness.
- Link some type of external data by attaching some type of "signed" unique data and attach it to the "account details" of your nxt account to reduce multiple accounts buying at once.
- Set random batch purchase amounts. Say the next release will only accept orders of 100-2000 nxt and anything over will get refunded. The purchase amounts would not be disclosed of course.

Obviously we can't eliminate bots, but we can reduce its effectiveness by adding in random elements.

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http://js13kgames.com/ -- i just found out about this competition for js developers making games that are 13kb in size. it would be ideal if there was a competition like this for using the data cloud 40kb limit to upload to nxt.

thoughts.

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https://www.reddit.com/r/Iota/comments/683lf3/how_does_iota_work_without_fees/

I just learned about IOTA and how it can transact without any fees and spammers of the network actually support it by doing POW as each transaction requires a POW to be done. It's an interesting take on blockchain tech. This would be interesting if Ardor can implement such a feature in a child chain of some sort.

Thoughts on IOTA? I just learned about it and don't know much about it.

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https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/24457/how-do-i-use-walletnotify

I'm trying to monitor a bunch of nxt address for incoming / outgoing transactions, but right now I have it in cron where it checks every 5 minutes. There is a bitcoin -walletnotify flag in Bitcoincore software that runs a custom script you specific on any address with activity.

Is there an NXT equivalent? I want to build an ardor explorer

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I'm thinking about withdrawing my NXT from the exchanges to get the snapshot, but which exchanges are nxt friendly enough to issue the Ignis coins during the snapshot? I know poloniex honored the Ardor snapshot, but I wasn't sure how they are going to work with the Ignis coin as its on a completely separate blockchain during snapshot period. Thoughts?

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Will MSCOINS, Assets, and aliases be migrated to Ignis from NXT during the snapshot?

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Nxt General Discussion / Ardor Child Chain Bundler Questions...
« on: May 31, 2017, 04:09:46 am »
- From my understanding, a bundler can only bundle one child chain transaction at a time or can it bundle multiple chains at once?

- I know that bundlers set the rates they want to bundle according to the perceived value of the child chain vs ardor coin. But say if the BTC child chain represents BTC 1:1.... Now if Ardor is valued at .001 BTC, but the bundler sets the bundle value at .0001 btc to 1 ARDR. Won't that bundler be at a loss and wouldn't this also "inherit" btc's high fee value into the child chain?

- Taking the BTC child chain as an example again. Setting up an Asset on the BTC chain, cost 1000 ARDR for the bundler, but how much would that be in BTC? If 1000 ARDR is worth .1 BTC, wouldn't that be too expensive? How is this problem going to be solved? I can't forsee any bundler willing to bundle something for a loss.

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Nxt General Discussion / NXT 1.11.5 stuck on blockchain syncing
« on: May 20, 2017, 03:15:03 pm »
My node has been stuck on the following error. It was working fine a week ago. What causes this problem and how can this be fixed? thanks

http://prntscr.com/fa241a

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2017-05-20 15:12:23 INFO: Nxt server 1.11.5 started successfully.
2017-05-20 15:12:23 INFO: Copyright © 2013-2016 The Nxt Core Developers.
2017-05-20 15:12:23 INFO: Copyright © 2016-2017 Jelurida IP B.V.
2017-05-20 15:12:23 INFO: Distributed under GPLv2, with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
2017-05-20 15:12:23 INFO: Client UI is at https://localhost:6877/index.html
2017-05-20 15:12:23 INFO: RUNNING ON TESTNET - DO NOT USE REAL ACCOUNTS!
2017-05-20 15:12:23 FINE: Known peers: 16
2017-05-20 15:12:26 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='174.140.168.136', services=29, host='174.140.168.136', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:30 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:35 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:39 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:42 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='nxt.noip.me', services=31, host='178.150.207.53', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:46 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:48 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='nxt.noip.me', services=31, host='178.150.207.53', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:53 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:12:55 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:04 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='52.20.125.165', services=2, host='52.20.125.165', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:09 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:14 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:20 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:22 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:23 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='174.140.168.136', services=29, host='174.140.168.136', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:28 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:29 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:30 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:34 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='bug.airdns.org', services=3, host='46.165.208.107', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:36 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:38 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='nxt.noip.me', services=31, host='178.150.207.53', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
^[^[[D2017-05-20 15:13:39 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246
2017-05-20 15:13:40 FINE: Peer{state=CONNECTED, announcedAddress='107.170.3.62', services=29, host='107.170.3.62', version='1.11.5'} advertised chain with better difficulty, but the last common block is at height 1221246

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Would we be using the same passphrase for nxt and ardor when receiving funds? If my account is: NXT-23Z4-T3XT-6T3B-96HM4 what is the equivalent in Ardor?  ardor-23Z4-T3XT-6T3B-96HM4 ?

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Nxt General Discussion / Will Ardor childchains enable mining?
« on: February 01, 2017, 09:30:50 pm »
Would you be able to mine childchain coins like how you can set MScoins to be minable?

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I'm trying to code this up in php within my cms. I have a collection of nxt address I want to monitor. If there is any activity on any of these addresses, I want it to fire a php script.

What is the best way to implement some type of polling to monitor when there is activity? I was thinking of running cron every minute, but wouldn't it just be better if I monitored the nxt blocks and check if any of the addresses matches one I have stored?

Looking for advice on how to get this done.

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Nxt General Discussion / Thoughts on Blockstack vs NXT/Ardor?
« on: January 25, 2017, 03:44:29 pm »
Been reading up on this: https://blockstack.org/intro They seem to be using the bitcoin blockchain but doing similar things like nxt/ardor it seems. I like that they use the external cloud services to do their large data storage and users can create their own single page js files to access their blockchain. Still very alpha it seems.


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