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

By apenzl | 12/11/2018

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 … Read more

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

By apenzl | 02/11/2018

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 … Read more

Nxter News – October 2018 (IV): If the Wind Will not Serve, Take to the Oars

By apenzl | 26/10/2018

Nxter News | October 2018 (IV) If the Wind Will not Serve Take to the Oars Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! And a good Friday to you, sorry for the delay this week – here’s finally your newsletter! Or, it really isn’t a real “newsletter” is it? More like a massive attack of updates from … Read more

Nxter News – October 2018 (III): Pleasure in the Job Puts Perfection in the Work

By apenzl | 17/10/2018

Nxter News | October 2018 (III) Pleasure in the Job Puts Perfection in the Work Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Ardor PoS is walking the walk, with the new 2.1.2 release and Jelurida pushing Ardor into the next phase with stateless Lightweight Contracts on testnet, supplementing the already inbuilt advanced core functionality and parent-child chain … Read more

Nxter News – October 2018 (II): The Journey Of A Thousand Miles Begins With One Step

By apenzl | 10/10/2018

Nxter News | October 2018 (II) The Journey Of A Thousand Miles Begins With One Step Lao Tzu Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Journeys require planning, effort, time, and a million little things to go right. Neil Armstrong’s first step on the Moon was a small step for him that was the culmination of millions … Read more

Nxter News – October 2018 (I): It Depends On Where You Put the Paint, Not How Much You Splash On

By apenzl | 03/10/2018

Nxter News | October 2018 (I) It Depends On Where You Put the Paint, Not How Much You Splash On Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Welcome to the fall season and welcome to our Nxter.org rebrand! A fresh bit of “paint” thrown on to make what was once old new again. The last few months … Read more

Nxter News – September 2018 (IV): The Two Most Powerful Warriors Are Patience and Time

By apenzl | 26/09/2018

Nxter News | September 2018 (IV) The Two Most Powerful Warriors are Patience and Time Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Good things happen with time, and time is a precious asset: for you and for us. Over the past months, Nxter has been working on a rebrand and the fruits of our labor should be … Read more

Nxter News – September 2018 (III): The Question Is Not What You Look At, But What You See

By apenzl | 18/09/2018

September (III)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Seeing is believing. Sounds obvious, simple even. Yet many people look, but they do not see. Haters out there close off their minds to logic and new experiences, we have all seen people do this. It is sad. People too quickly succumb to fear, uncertainty, and … Read more

Nxter News – September 2018 (II): There Is Nothing So Stable As Change

By apenzl | 11/09/2018

September (II)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! An unanswered question in physics is “do the fundamental constants of the universe change?” Our universe has many such fundamental constants, some more applicable to daily life than others – anyone reading this can appreciate the constant (c) used for the speed of light. Yet there is … Read more