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Janus Dividend (2017-2)


March 1st

A total of 364726.25756003 NXT
distributed among 299 accounts
which own a total of 12,576,767.50207 shares

0.029 NXT per Janus token owned

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Bjorn_bb:

Our team will not make much fanfare over it, reason being that the current organic growth of Janus is many times better and allows for the focus to be on our work vs. promoting token sales.

If Janustokens sell it’s because people see value in each milestone, if they don’t then we work harder, this is the best way to progress.

Last month’s dividend

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About ARDR

ARDR on exchanges

Nxt Asset Exchange

Buy with NXT

1 NXT fee no matter the amount.

You receive ARDR directly in your Nxt account, from where it will be converted to real Ardor tokens when the Ardor blockchain is launched.

Bittrex

Buy with BTC

All trades have a 0.25% commission.

Withdrawal cost is subject only to the transaction fee specified in the blockchain: 1 NXT. Bittrex is operated in Las Vegas, the US.

Btc38

Buy with BTC

Trades are subject to a 0.1% transaction fee.
Registered company accounts pay 0% in 2017.

Btc38 is operated in China.

Changelly

Buy instantly with

BTC, altcoins, Visa or MasterCard.

Changelly charges a 0.5% exchange fee.
Your ARDR will be sent to your Nxt account after the exchange, no 3rd party holds your ARDR.

HitBTC

Buy with BTC

Immediately executed orders: 0.1% fee.

An order which will not be executed immediately is granted a 0.01% rebate on execution. Flat withdrawal cost: 1 ARDR.

Poloniex

Buy with BTC

Maker/Taker fees are:

0.15%/0.25% <600 BTC
0.14%/0.24% >600 BTC
0.12%/0.22% >1200 BTC

LiteBit.eu

Buy with EUR

No information about fees.

Buy via SEPA Bankwire, iDeal, SOFORT, GiroPay + other options. Your purchased ARDR will be sent directly to a Nxt account that you control.

Ardor; "The fundamental concept of the Nxt 2.0 design is a clean separation of „forging token“ and „transactional token“. This new flexible architecture allows users to create their own blockchains, customised to fit their needs, while drawing security from the collective eco- system of the global Nxt 2.0 platform".

~ Jean-Luc, Nxt and Ardor lead developer

 

Contact ARDR

ARDR is an asset representing the Ardor forging token.
Ardor is a decentralized blockchain 2.0 technology platform, it has no leader.

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The Ardor core is being developed by a team of devs.
This team owns the IP rights to the software and is incorporated in the company Jelurida.

If you are looking for professional consultation, a private blockchain or custom features, you would contact Jelurida.

Janus Dividend (2017-1)


February 1st

A total of 141141.30 NXT
distributed among 261 accounts
which own a total of 6,135,578.62645 shares

0.023 NXT per Janus token owned

16458905661296342642


Bjorn_bb writes:

It’s neat seeing a last minute idea go from conception to reality, this side benefit for Janus is really nice.

BetterBets income though will always be unpredictable, its based on player betting volume and luck. I didn’t expect a 100k+ NXT profit in such a short time, happy for you all, but this wasn’t expected so quickly. On the bright side a full month could be much better, but always keep this portion of the Janus token experience as a wildcard. In that industry, it always is. 

As of today Feb. 1st, everything we do will be for Janus project and business future. We are working on some last minute admin code, trying to get BetterBets to almost fully automatic, this way we can focus 100% on the Social Fintech site and some side projects. I am seeing now where we could be with 4-6 business revenue streams. The outlook is quite strong. This is just one [business] and although it was a good start, the difference between a medium sized mainstream business revenue and a larger blockchain business revenue are two totally different animals. Mainstream revenue is many times greater (not to knock our blockchain businesses) but it’s just a simple fact. More people, more users.

March 4th is the second distribution of 10.5 million Janus tokens and with it the price will be moved from 1.5 NXT per token to at least 2.25 NXT per. Plan ahead, we aren’t playing games in terms of our work and business as I see people starting to realize. So if you want ground floor prices, this is it over the next 30 days.

Janus won’t be over hyped, it will by success gather users so in time I feel this token will become what is referred to as ‘cult classic’. My reasoning behind this theory is because the original ICO plan didn’t work out as planned, it has put us into a position of proving our tokens worth through action/demonstration, which you are seeing now (at least I hope haha) as weeks go by.

Per our roadmap which will always be liquid btw, this month is the time we buckle down for code and conceptual idea building. When we reach certain milestones I’ll keep you all posted, part of the Social fintech site involves private chat rooms for each master trader (signal callers) so it’s going to be a large endeavor for our developers. Plus i’m a bit picky when it comes to how site flow is especially for this upcoming business…it’s sort of my baby. The site will definetely have a beta testing period, and Janus users will more than likely get first crack at it. That will be the time when you can give all thoughts and feedback, and feedback will be essential. Keep in mind it won’t be just forex site, it will have a crypto portion as well so if you’re a heavy day trader in either we will need your input/suggestions/rants.

Congratulations everyone for a successful Janus project milestone. We look forward to many more this year and the years to follow!

[ICO] Janus on the Nxt AE

Janus Token Distribution 1

Jan 5th – March 4th, 2017

Name: Janus

Token asset ID:
4348103880042995903

10,500,000 Janus (JNS) are available

Price is set to 1.5 NXT per 1 Janus token

Janustoken is now trading !

As announced earlier today, the original Janustoken ICO has been cancelled and investors will get their money back. Instead, a round of Janustokens have now been set for sale on the Nxt Asset Exchange. – “The pace of the original sale was not going to reach the 3500 BTC that was required to allow for such high revenue dividends, therefore we took a decisive course to allow investment directly on the Nxt Asset Exchange instead”, explains Bjorn, Janus Team’s marketing director.

You can purchase tokens right now in your NXT wallets on the asset exchange. 10,500,000 Janus (JNS) have been released, and the Janus Team will release another 10,500,000 Janus (JNS) every 4 months. 31,500,000 yearly.

The price per Janus will be changed for each distribution (every 4 months) no matter what current price it’s trading at, Janus will be posted 50-100% higher. The team will perform unscheduled buybacks and burns to reduce supply and help appreciate token value.

Janus ICO cancelled!

Today, the Janus Team cancelled their ICO.
All Bitcoins raised will be returned to the investors.

The Janus token Nxt AE ID is 4348103880042995903.
The tokens will be put for sale on the Nxt AE, for immediate purchase and trading. Read on.

 

Bjorn_bb writes:

Thank you to everyone who has supported our team and the Janus project. We have come to a decision that it’s best for all parties to end the token sale as it stands in it’s current form. We have added an option in your accounts to save a BTC or NXT address on the site that will be used to send refunds back to you. The Nxt Foundation will then receive information about the amount you deposited, and the wallet address you supply to send your investment back. You’ll have up to 45 days to make the request, but we ask that you make it a priority so we can get this finished in short time. Visit www.janustoken.com and log into your account to add your refund addresses.

Those who wish to stay with our team and business goals can still share in our future to some degree.

We’ll be actively in development of the sites described in our white paper, and as such will release Janus tokens on the NXT Asset Exchange in intervals.

— We will release 10,500,000 Janus (JNS) every 4 months. 31,500,000 yearly —

— Price currently is set to 1.5 NXT per 1 Janus token. You can purchase tokens right now in your NXT wallets on the asset exchange —

Price per Janus each distribution will be changed every 4 months no matter what the current price it’s trading at, it will be posted 50-100% higher.

— Asset details listed here (be sure it’s the correct token):

Name: Janus
Asset Id: 4348103880042995903
Issuer: NXT-QG74-VNQK-7FQ3-4KFBA

https://www.mynxt.info/asset/4348103880042995903

One of the suggestions from the community was to allow for a staggered investment cycle in order to show business progress and launch over time. This way will allow those who did not purchase Janus initially, to still have a chance to take part in our mainstream global business success. Instead of dividends, our team will use site revenue to perform unscheduled buybacks to reduce supply and help appreciate token value. (People unfamiliar with our business in the blockchain industry, please research https://betterbets.io )

We’ll keep all Janus users aware of progress and announcements via this thread, slack, and social media where applicable. Our team is much better at creating great sites and businesses than selling out ICO’s so this is the best way to show it through action and development.

Yours in business,

The Janus team

**We’ll be gradually adding buy support over time to prepare for proper valuation when Janus is announced on more exchanges.**

Tutorial: Nxt Asset Exchange

  • What are assets?
  • The Nxt Asset Exchange
  • Browsing Assets
  • Buyer Beware!
  • Buying and Selling Assets
  • Cancelling an order
  • Order Priority
  • Viewing and Transferring Assets
  • Transaction Fees
  • Finding a Good Price
  • Due Diligence

What are assets?

Nxt assets are a convenient way to represent anything fungible and tradeable. An asset token could represent a bar of silver, a pizza redemption coupon, a share in a company, even a portion of a portfolio of other assets. By representing these things digitally on the blockchain, they can be publicly verified and easily traded.

The NXT Asset Exchange (AE) is based on the concept of the ‘colored coin‘. More specifically, the Nxt Asset Exchange is based on the ability of the blockchain to recognise and therefore trace the origin of transactions involving a coin or a set of coins which have been designated (or ‘colored’) to represent any type of asset you can imagine, whether digital (for example, stocks, bonds, smart property) or tangible (for example, cars, houses, precious metals etc).

The Nxt AE 

The Nxt Asset Exchange matches asset buyers and sellers, it works in a similar way to cryptocurrency exchanges. This tutorial will show you how to buy and sell asset tokens on the Asset Exchange.

All asset exchange operations can be accessed from the sidebar in the official core Nxt Client.

Browsing Assets

To view an asset, you’ll need to input the asset ID.

You can search for an asset via the search box in the top left corner in the client.

The search will open up a modal window, now click to view the asset in the Asset Exchange.

You can bookmark an asset by clicking the button in the top right corner.

Our ASSETHUB lists the most popular assets in a Top 50 with their unique ID.

Sites like https://mynxt.info/assets and https://nxtportal.org/assets list all available assets.

Buyer Beware!

A Nxt asset is uniquely identified by its ID number.

Asset names are not unique, this is to prevent names from being squatted on. So never rely on an asset’s name or description to identify it, always check that its ID number and the issuing Nxt account address match those announced by the asset’s issuer on e.g. their website/forum thread. There are scammers who issue assets with the same name as popular assets in order to try to trick people into paying for them.

We’ll use the Jinn asset, which represents profit shares from the Jinn project, as an example.

The Jinn asset’s ID can be found on Jinn Lab’s home page and on its announcement thread in the Nxtforum.

This is NOT the real Jinn:

Research any asset before buying into it, always. Check that the ID number is the correct one.

Where to get NXT coins

Buying and Selling Assets

First click the plus signs to open the buy and sell windows:

To buy an asset on the Nxt Asset Exchange, place a buy order indicating how many tokens you wish to buy, and how much Nxt you’re willing to pay for each token.

Selling assets is similar, but this is done on the right-hand side.

Check that you’re performing the correct action by reading the description on the button (Buying is converting NXT -> assets, selling is converting assets -> Nxt). Before you confirm your order, also check that you have the correct number of digits before and after the decimal point.

You can not bid for more than you can afford with the available NXT in your account. When you place a buy order, the total price of the order is automatically reserved from your account and cannot be moved or spent, unless you cancel the order. It will be deducted when the order is fulfilled.

You also can not sell more tokens than you have in your account, nor, of course, can you transfer tokens from your account whilst they are still up for sale.

Cancelling an order

You can see all your unfulfilled orders under ‘Asset Exchange -> Open Orders’. Unfulfilled orders can be cancelled at any time subject to payment of a transaction fee; once the cancellation of an order has been confirmed, the reserved NXT and the tokens that were for sale are released back to the account holder’s control.

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Order Priority

Buy orders are prioritized:

  • first by price (higher bids have greater priority);
  • followed by the block height when they’re added (bids in earlier blocks have greater priority);
  • followed by the transaction ID (bids with lower transaction IDs have greater priority).

Sell orders are prioritized similarly, but lower offers have greater priority.

Higher priority orders are fulfilled first.

Viewing and Transferring Assets

All assets in your account are listed under ‘Asset Exchange -> My Assets’.

Click on ‘Transfer’ at the right-hand side to send asset tokens to another account. Currently you can only send tokens of the same asset in a single transaction; you’ll need to make a separate transaction for each asset you want to send.

You can also “burn” (effectively destroy) assets by using the “Delete Shares” button.

Transaction Fees

Like most other transactions that add to the blockchain, it costs 1 NXT to place or cancel an order, or transfer an asset. The transaction fee is deducted from your account when the block containing the transaction has been confirmed.

Finding a Good Price

If your bid price for an asset is low, nobody may be interested in selling at that price, or it may be a long time before any higher priced buy orders are filled or cancelled and someone accepts your price. The order books and recent trades (below the buy and sell windows) can help you find a good price.

Such recent price information can help you execute a trade quickly, but the price you have paid may not reflect an asset’s true value longer term. Beware of placing too much reliance on short term price movements, otherwise you might end up panic buying or panic selling which is a sure way to lose money. You need to take into account all available information regarding an asset and its issuer in order to reach a properly considered decision about the asset’s worth.

Due Diligence

Before buying an asset, you should at least understand what an asset represents and clarify any doubts with the issuer. On NXTER.ORG’s ASSETHUB you can read in depth asset research and find a Top 50 list over the most popular assets on the AE. Many assets are discussed on the nxtform.org assets sub-board https://nxtforum.org/assets-board/ and the Nxt Projects sub-board https://nxtforum.org/nxt-projects/. Here you can talk to asset issuers and other investors.

You should check that the asset issuers are who they claim to be. So, for example, if someone advertises shares for profits from running a restaurant, you’d want at least to check that the restaurant exists, that they own the restaurant, and they know how to run it. And for profit shares, you’d also want to check that your expected dividends justify the cost of the shares.

A good question to ask yourself is: “How likely is it that the asset issuer might disappear with any Nxt gained from asset sales, rather than follow through with their promises?” For example, if the issuer is anonymous, stands to raise a lot of Nxt from initial asset sales, and/or their stated plan for the asset seems very unlikely to be favorable for them, then they have incentives to just run away with your Nxt. But if, on the other hand, the issuer has a reputation that they want to protect and build on, and they have a sound business plan that stands to make them a lot more Nxt than the initial asset sales, then they have good reasons to honor their promises. Weigh the risks against potential returns before deciding if, and how much, you want to spend on an asset.

Usually it’s more accurate to describe asset tokens as a promise to the asset holder by the issuer to, for example, exchange the token for a bar of silver, or pay dividends from company profits. The Nxt network cannot enforce these promises, it’s your responsibility to check that the issuers can make good on their promises, and it’s for you to decide whether or not to accept the risk that they may not do so.

Regardless of how much due diligence, or even active involvement with the asset, you undertake, things beyond your control can still happen. Even the most trustworthy and capable people can be hit by the proverbial bus. Remember the standard advice regarding any type of financial  investment: never invest more than you can afford to lose.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this article does not constitute (and is not intended to constitute) any form of advice, recommendation, representation, or endorsement by the author or the web site owner and should not be relied upon when making (or refraining from making) any investment decision.