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What is the SIGBRO app?

First, the purpose of the SIGBRO app is not to be another crypto wallet but to let users easily: 1) log safely in to SIGBRO-compatible wallets/clients/web UIs without having to enter anything manually.  2) authenticate with their account ID without ever entering their passphrase (private key) into a website (or some Google extension). 3) check, sign …

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Some SIGBRO app use cases

OK, let’s look at the first example use cases for SIGBRO. Log in to NXTER.org We developed a WordPress plugin for SIGBRO. Anyone can install it on their WordPress site. It’s already live on Nxter.org. We have killed all Captcha and Akismet protection on Nxter.org and activated the SIGBRO login and auth option instead. Spam …

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How to install and set up the SIGBRO app on Android

DOWNLOAD SIGBRO 07.09.2019: Updated to version 0.6.1. Changelog. SHA-256: 5f8350ef2bc9b48f90abf59e9b221a3f1197b11a5d4bff655c14e33fe82a1efa sigbro-0.6.1-signed.apk How to install APK apps on Android This application is not yet published on Google PlayStore, and Android may warn that the signature is not trusted. Most likely you will have to allow installation from untrusted sources in your phone’s Settings. For the application to …

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Triffic Update: Beacons, translations, and a startup battle

Hey guys, a few Triffic updates for you all. Check out the video – which is an example of the new augmented reality capabilities of Triffic – pay close attention to the dynamic lighting! 😉 https://gpstokens.com is now available in Korean and Russian and at some point tomorrow, it will be available in Chinese too. …

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TRIFFIC reaches funding goal, closes ICO early, and announces airdrop to IGNIS holders

PRESS RELEASE Singapore, June 4, 2019 – Coinerz Group, the company behind Triffic, a mobile app that streamlines the way that businesses drive footfall to their physical locations has achieved its funding goal and will be closing its ICO two weeks early. The free app, which uses a combination of gamification, GPS, augmented reality and …

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Our Blockchain Scaling Experience

What it takes to run a blockchain at 100 TPS for 2 weeks Recently, the Lugano based Jelurida blockchain lab released its loadtest report for the Ardor platform. In a nutshell, we were able to run an “on blockchain” loadtest for more than 14 days in a row while maintaining an average throughput of more than 100 transactions …

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Campus Blockchain Hackathon, Nigeria

Kaduna, Nigeria, is a city that is more than what meets the eye – it will take more than just a visit to truly comprehend what makes up the city. In the northern part of Nigeria, where a higher percentage of the inhabitants are not educated, one would expect the state of the location and …

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Oh boy. Merry IGNIS Xmas!

Nxter Puzzlers! UPDATE 22/12: 500 IGNIS can now be collected from the IGNIS account.  We wish you a Merry Christmas. But the essence is this: We’ve been flying around with Santa over 15 countries, collecting words in 15 languages. All words must be written in lower case and as 1 word (for example: “Merry Christmas”  …

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A Week With Mrv777

We are happy to announce this week’s NxterPuzzle prize keyholder: mrv777! Insightful, helpful. And with a squirrel as his trademark. Here’s a community man on a mission. You’ll find him in ardornxt.slack, #developers, #marketing, #general, #helpdesk, pushing ideas, asking for ideas, helping others, proposing optimizations, or announcing another new update of his Ardor Lite app for Android, …

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Nxter News – December II: Attitude is a Little Thing that Makes a Big Difference

Nxter News | December 2018 (II) Attitude is a Little Thing that Makes a Big Difference Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Attitude. If you haven’t been building, testing or playing around with all the Ignis functionality on testnet, you might have forgotten that Jelurida recently speeded up Ardor to generate new blocks every 10 seconds. …

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A Week With Triffic

Lost your way? Stranded? Broke and unhappy? We are happy to announce this week’s NxterPuzzle guest: James Malach! As the founder and CEO of the first company that will reward you with cryptocurrency for wandering clueless and lost around with a GPS app open, James should be able to run this week’s giveaway. It will be raining …

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Nxter News – December 2018 I: Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles, not tears.

Nxter News | December 2018 (I) Count your life by smiles, not tears Count your age by friends, not years   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! All them kids, crawling, kicking, running. Growing big. We’ve celebrated a birthday since the last Nxter News post, Nxt’s 5th. Soon we’ll witness a new birth, an independent clone …

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A Week With Sergei

ALMOST everything started on Bitcointalk, in 2013. “Well, I learned about Nxt for the first time back in 2014. I was amazed at the functionality and ease of the interface.  I even tried to launch the Fastnxt Currency Exchange, [but] I had to close due to low volumes”. We are happy to introduce this week’s awesome …

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Nxter News – November 2018 III: Only Those who Attempt the Absurd can Achieve the Impossible

Nxter News | November 2018 (III) Only Those who Attempt the Absurd can Achieve the Impossible Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! At the time I found my interest for blockchain, started following Nxt and began writing newsletters, Nxt’s potential almost seemed absurd to me. I fell in love with the idea of cheap crossborder transactions 24/7, …

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A Week With Elizabeth

It’s with great pleasure that we invite you on another journey. This week we invite you to follow a great veteran from our community. An always inclusive and hearty, inventive professional no-troll-accepting designer and businesswoman. One that understands the true power of giving, an important leg of the long gone Nxt Starfish, co-founder of the Nxt …

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Nxter News 2018 – November II: Wherever Smart People Work, Doors are unlocked

Nxter News | November (II) Wherever Smart People Work, Doors are unlocked Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! There are more good reasons than usual to join ardornxt.slack this week, if you aren’t a member already. One is the AMA with Jelurida, that will take place on November 14th, and be about Lightweight Contracts and the …

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A Week With Sazan

SOLVED! If you don’t know Sazan, check $NXT $ARDR on Twitter. A dedicated Nxter since 2013, running several nodes, and just as trigger-happy but fair in his harsh comments to Jelurida on Slack as he is on Twitter whenever an article about PoS without Nxt being mentioned comes across his screen. Sazan is lightning, when …

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Nxter News – November 2018 (I): It Always Seems Impossible Until It’s Done

Nxter News | November 2018 (I) It Always Seems Impossible Until It’s Done Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! What is truly impossible? Licking your own elbow? Yes. Teach goldfish to play clarinet? Positive. Code and launch a decentralized blockchain platform that smokes AWS, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Ethereum? Done. And bring it to the mainstream? We’ll …

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Algebradabra

Karl Theodor Wilhelm Weierstrass was born on 31 October 1815. A German mathematician often cited as the ‘father of modern analysis’. The lunar crater Weierstrass and the asteroid 14100 Weierstrass are named after him. Also, there is the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics in Berlin. About this week’s brain workout, Mr. Madfox writes: The task is to choose the right equations …

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