NXTER.ORG is slowly (in crypto time) turning into the community project we hoped for. Nxters are contributing with their news and views, so the overall number of news items, blogposts and tech articles published has been going up, and with this also the number of site visitors, social media connections and email subscribers. So a big thank you to everybody who has contributed to the English and the French NXTER.ORG so far.
In January we focused on getting some basic ‘long lasting’ content up, Nxt guides and in depth presentations of Nxt’s CORE features, not only because they have been implemented in the NRS Client, but also to show they should be and are being used by 3rd party developers to build innovative and user friendly services on top of our Nxt platform. With the essential guides and articles now in place, we can begin to spend more time on diving into the detail of those 3rd party projects. They are, after all, what will probably drive the wider adoption of Nxt in the future. So, if you have a project built, or in the process of being built, on Nxt, please get in contact so we can help you spread the word.
Also read: https://nxter.org/developers
In addition to the obvious reason for documenting Nxt’s core features, one of our goals for February-March is to translate them and add landing pages in more languages. Each ‘local’ NXTER.ORG site will host easy to follow guides, our main articles about Nxt plus the most important links. This is to give non-English speaking people an access point into Nxt and also make it easier for them to spread the word about Nxt locally. To friends, maybe developers, maybe universities, maybe the press. Each subsite can be turned into a full blown local blog space or magazine (like the English and the French sites), if/when local editors take on the task. For the moment we will not be actively working for the latter, as we are still working hard on building the main site.
We consider the expansion of Nxt’s outreach very important, so we’ve decided to reward translators of this specific ‘landing page’ content, not with the usual 1/3 of what the original authors were paid, but with 1/2. If you are interested in translating and can do it well, you can read more here.
Coinomat is now main sponsor of NXTER.ORG.
The official SuperNET Client will link to https://nxter.org.
Crypto radio show
You can listen to crypto radio on NXTER.ORG. Just hit ‘play’ in the sidebar and enjoy. It’s Nxt friendly crypto talk and good music, live and recorded, from http://www.supernetradio.com.
SuperNET silver coin contest
We’ve gotten our dirty hands with a .999 grade silver SuperNET coin, and now you can have it.
The coin is from pondsea, and one out of a total mintage of only 1000 numbered SuperNET coins. This silver beauty can be redeemed for a physical coin or traded as an asset on Nxt AE, ID 1976421459488798622). Here’s how you can win the coin: http://nxter.org/win-a-supernet-silver-coin/
We’ve started a public subforum here: https://nxtforum.org/nxter-org/
Do visit, feel at home, bookmark it, push ideas, ask questions, or just post a meme.
New French editor
We have a new French editor: Hachoir. Welcome on board!
New accountant / business manager
Lionel Jeannerat (Ludom), who has been a core contributor to NXTER.ORG since July, has recently taken over from KarlKarlsson as NXTER.ORG’s accountant and general business manager. Ludom is a trusted Nxt community veteran, known as the “French Nxter” (even though he is Swiss), the founder of the world’s Most Interesting Coin (MIC), an asset expert, article writer and (former) editor of the French NXTER.ORG site.
Join the movement
We welcome anyone who wants to join us in our efforts.
We don’t want to just sit around waiting for NXT to appreciate in price. Neither do we want to confine ourselves to merely being a donation funded promoter of the Nxt platform. We want to share Nxt with the world and at the same time make money which can be shared with everyone who is participating in building Nxt through NXTER.ORG.
NXTER.ORG is an opportunity to showcase Nxt and its ever-growing range of services. We think people should directly benefit from contributing to this promotional experiment. Accordingly, when you make a contribution to NXTER.ORG, profit-sharing NXTP assets are transferred to your account and every month we pay out 70% of NXTER.ORG’s Net profit as NXT dividends to our asset holding contributors.
We welcome anyone who wants to join us and contribute their quality skills to our awareness building community project; bloggers, journalists, graphic designers, web designers, translators, SEO experts, Nxt 3rd party project devs (funded or unfunded), and Nxt businesses. We look forward to working with you, either as employers or in a profit-sharing business relationship.
Arthur Penzl, on behalf of the NXTER.ORG Team