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Latest Ardor Client: Ardor 2.2.5

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 on: Today at 08:31:41 pm 
Started by Annishka66 - Last post by Annishka66
I had a paper wallet ardor and nxt a long time ago . can i still use the barcode or the phrase to log in somewhere and see if i have money coins?

 on: June 11, 2019, 07:34:31 pm 
Started by realbobross - Last post by realbobross
Thanks,  localhost:27876 worked to bring up the wallet interface in my browser.

I did end up finding the issue, which is with the most recent OpenJFX packages that apt-get supplies. OpenJDK-11 no longer supports OpenJFX for whatever reason, so I had to downgrade my OpenJFX packages in order to get them running with OpenJDK-8.

I followed those steps and made sure Ubuntu was using Java 8 by default, ran with no errors, and everything worked fine from there.

 on: June 11, 2019, 01:15:32 pm 
Started by realbobross - Last post by Jose
...For the linux installation package, the code is compiled with OpenJDK 8, and
can still be run under either Java 8, or Java 11 or 12...

It's strange what's happening to you, and it looks like a java conflict to me

If the service is really running in the background, even if the GUI doesn't launch automatically, you still should be able to accesss to the wallet interface by typing in your web browser localhost:27876

Moreover, for Linux (or any other OS) you can try with the Platform Independent Zip Package (which doesn't require installation, you just need to unzip it - available from the Jelurida website) and launch the wallet service by running in the terminal. And then localhost:27876 in your webbrowser to access to the wallet interface

 on: June 11, 2019, 09:29:24 am 
Started by realbobross - Last post by realbobross
Won't run from the shortcut or "" either. I get essentially the same result, except without the feedback from the terminal. If I run "" in the terminal it will give me the error that JavaFX is not supported and show the server running in the terminal despite never launching the GUI. If I run from the shortcut, I don't see anything at all, the nxt_db folder will grow in size as if the server is running and downloading the blockchain, but the GUI never launches. Do you know what version of Java it's compiled with by default? If I don't compile first, I just get an error message and the executable was compiled with an older version of Java and I have to compile it to start the server.

When I've run it on Linux in the past, I've always compiled past versions of Ardor by running "" and I'm able to run from "" or "". Definitely seems like there's some conflict preventing Ardor from recognizing and using the OpenJFX libraries.

Thanks for your response, I'll keep searching.

 on: June 11, 2019, 07:07:19 am 
Started by realbobross - Last post by Jose
If you are using the Linux installer, I don't think you need to compile anything.

1- First Install the wallet: sh

2- After the installation is completed, two icons will have been added to your Ubuntu program menu:
Ardor Start (which links to
Ardor Stop (which links to

To run the wallet, just click on the Ardor Start icon. An Ardor icon will appear in the notification area and the desktop wallet should pop up a few seconds later. To stop the wallet, righ click on the Ardor icon in the notification area and then click on Shutdown.

 on: June 10, 2019, 03:43:30 pm 
Started by realbobross - Last post by realbobross
I'm doing a fresh install of Ardor on an OS that's run it previously. I run and get about 40 errors. When I run the GUI the terminal shows it downloading the blockchain, but does not launch the desktop. It warns me "JavaFX not supported".

I've purged every package relating to Java and freshly installed the openjdk-11-jre openjdk-11-jdk and openjfx packages, recompiled with the same errors. I've also tried purging and recompiling using the openjdk-8-* packages and openjfx. Same result.

Any ideas? I have successfully run older versions on this computer, but I'm not sure the version is the root of my issue. Apologies if this has been addressed before, I think it has, but I couldn't find anything.

 on: May 06, 2019, 02:43:39 pm 
Started by alibabaisme - Last post by Jose
I think the faucet wasn't able to send any testIGNIS for some time because that testnet faucet's account ran out of testIgnis a couple of weeks ago, and it seems it has been refunded again today, so I would try again today

PS. Maybe you'll need to create a new account, because (I think) the faucet keeps a record of all the account that have previously asked for testIgnis, and doesn't send more that once to the same account  ;)

 on: May 04, 2019, 09:08:54 am 
Started by alibabaisme - Last post by alibabaisme

I created new Ignis account  ARDOR-Y4FK-67K6-W2TZ-753WX
from and request some test coin from .

I would like to know why the test coin added from is not show on  ?

Hope to hear from you soon.

Thank You

 on: May 01, 2019, 01:34:33 pm 
Started by krasi69 - Last post by apenzl
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:
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:

And when Ardor came, we made:

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 -
On a mobile phone (the recorded example logs in to an online wallet, but it works similar with Wordpress:
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: 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 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?

 on: April 30, 2019, 12:40:46 am 
Started by krasi69 - Last post by krasi69
Hi Apenzl,

I am looking for Wordpress plugin that can access the Monetary System on the AEUR blockchain.
This plugin should allow the web site visitors to transfer tokens forth and back in the Monetary System.

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