IGNIS ICO Report 3

Only 1 batch left of Round 1!

UPDATE: no JLRDA left from Round 1! 

Round 2 will begin on August 26.

And so, here’s a re-cap, as the hunt for cheap JLRDA continues…

Early NXT investor ‘MAAC‘ has taken much of the limelight as he overruled “normal” participants by using the advanced features of the Nxt Blockchain as well as his stake to get ahead of the competition from Day 1.

In what was supposed to be a fair and equal early-bird lottery, divided into 12 batches as a way to stop whales from buying up all the tokens in the early stage of the ICO (as they tend to do), the IGNIS ICO was meant to be different.

 

The Get-There-First Hackathon

The theory that MAAC had used a bot to pick up the first 2 batches of Round 1 got turned down by MAAC himself, but behind the scenes, intense coding WAS going on, and an investment bot with the aim to out-compete all other attempts to invest in the IGNIS ICO WAS underway.

Only the bot was coded by Jelurida.

Those not following us on Twitter, FB, or having signed up for Nxt email newsletters, we hope you did not miss the release of NRS 1.11.7.

NRS 1.11.7 is not a small bugfix release – you must run this client version if you want a chance to get JLRDA tokens from the ICO. Furthermore, with NRS 1.11.7 you will not have to get up early / stay up late for the 2 daily 30-minute release windows, you can just enter your bid in advance and check the result of the lottery later as it fits your schedule. Read more… 

Also see: https://nxtforum.org/general-discussion/i-just-want-to-say-what-a-big-deal-1-11-7-is/

 

Lior Yaffe (Riker) has uploaded this tutorial:

So, are we equal now?

Well… Anyone can place bids on even terms. But….

A public message from another whale that got his hands on most of Batch #7, soon kicked off discussions among new and veteran Nxt users.

 

Speculation and over-thinking

Coincidence? Will leasing your NXT stake to a forging pool optimize your chances of getting an early stake in IGNIS? Could it be that connecting to 500 peers instead of the client’s default helps? How about hallmarking your node, will that give extra chances? How much does the size of the fee matter?

Well, let me be straight: About as much as the color of the shirt I wear matters.

Private discussion groups have been forming in Slack and all kind of mods and optimization tricks have been pulled off and tested, but no matter how hard anyone tries, the facts are hard to ignore:

bidji [9:20 AM]

basically luck

Scor2k, developer of NxtBridge and NxtBridge-OFFLINE:

I tweaked nxt.properties to connect to many more nodes than default, and also set it to broadcast transactions to like 50 nodes instead of default 20.

# Maximum number of outbound connections.
nxt.maxNumberOfOutboundConnections=100

# Maintain active connections with at least that many peers.
nxt.maxNumberOfConnectedPublicPeers=75

apenzl [1:02 PM]

Were you forging or was your account balance leased to a forging account?

scor2k [1:03 PM]

No )))

The number of Nxt nodes is growing, Nxtwiki sees new visitors; driven by a monetary incentive crypto investors are learning about the Nxt technology, not just the coin, which will be the backbone of Ignis and the Ardor Platform. And so, they begin to understand Nxt’s features (mind you, most crypto ICO’s usually sell tickets to not-existing technology – Nxt has been running stable and been improved upon by world-class developers for almost 4 years).

This is good.

By learning about the NRS client and server they grasp the power of Nxt, Ignis, and Ardor.

IGNIS logo

forkedchain [9:39 PM]

it appears that MAAC was splitting his NXT into orders with 400.000 NXT in each

napdude [9:43 PM]

MAAC risked tons of nxt to get his fills in the last many rows

 

“This shit project will not exist next year”!

Oh yes, it will. We must emphasize something, though:

Nxt’s powerful ‘Smart Transactions’ (inbuilt smart contracts) are only as smart as the people using them! Some people get desperate or make transactions too fast without knowing what they do.

Then they get angry.

PLEASE DO NOT PLAY AROUND WITH FEATURES YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND!

A few ICO adventurers have tried to take shortcuts but ended up worse than they started.

Some have bought JLRDA look-a-like currencies from the Monetary Exchange, fake JLRDA assets on the Nxt AE or the Nxt Marketplace, despite all warnings. One new user managed to broadcast a phased transaction to himself, which has locked his NXT for 7 days, using advanced functionality in the client.

One new user managed to broadcast a phased transaction to himself, which has locked his NXT for 7 days, using advanced functionality in the client.

That’s “learning the hard way”. One can react sanely, or by simply crying “shit ICO you bad take my money”, frown publicly upon Nxt, Ignis, Ardor, Jelurida – and about everything from the 1 NXT transaction fees to – understandably – not being able to get in at this very early point of the ICO.

Most though has found the ICO setup ingenious.

The adrenaline!!!!

Yes, IGNIS will be traded on exchanges eventually, and ICO participants may or may not (well, we won’t give trading advice here) make a fortune from their early investment, but what Jelurida is selling are operational tokens, the access to the first child chain of the Ardor Blockchain Platform.

Don’t fall for scammers

An old scam trick on the Nxt blockchain is sending out teasers in the form of tokens, for example, an asset issued for 1000 NXT but worth a lot more if the scammer succeeds, so he sends it to NXT accounts, it’s like ads on blockchain, an airdrop of assets which he hopes will make Nxt users think: Wow. Is this what I’m looking for? I’ll buy more!

No you won’t. Delete the assets or just let them be.

scor2k [10:34 AM]

May the forge be with you (c)


NRS 1.11.7

Nxt Client (NRS) 1.11.7

Exe and dmg digital signature: "Stichting NXT"

.sh Sha256:dca642ffa8a2508c72af9246dc224af3f4e523427b77b1e7a026fe0ea57e05cd  nxt-client-1.11.7.sh

Release 1.11.7:
https://bitbucket.org/Jelurida/nxt/downloads/nxt-client-1.11.7.zip

1.11.7 .zip sha256:
bfed4c5c2df82e876f88885c1d0501810edf49fc4998d694e74852d6ab176d57  nxt-client-1.11.7.zip

NRS 1.11.7 release notes

This release adds the ability to submit a JLRDA purchase transaction from the IGNIS Token Sale page even before the sell offer has been published.

Such transactions are not broadcasted immediately, but held in memory and only sent out when the expected sell offer arrives in the unconfirmed transaction pool.

For this to work, you must keep the node running after submitting the purchase transaction, until the sell offer has been received and processed.

Note that after submitting a purchase transaction in advance of the sell offer, you will get a pop-up that your currency buy order has been submitted, but it will not show in the unconfirmed pool. This is normal as such advance orders are kept separately.

This functionality is currently available for full nodes only, i.e. those that have downloaded the full blockchain. Users of light clients can submit JLRDA purchase transactions only after the sell offer has been accepted in a block. To switch from a light client to full node, set nxt.isLightClient=false in conf/nxt.properties, and wait for the blockchain to download.

More IGNIS Token Sale UI bugfixes and improvements:

Add paging buttons to the exchange history table on the Ignis page.

Initialize the JLRDA units field to 0.

Fixed "calculate fee" when connecting to a remote node with remembered passphrase.

Implemented TransactionScheduler, added ScheduleCurrencyBuy and GetScheduledTransactions APIs.

ScheduleCurrencyBuy API accepts same parameters as CurrencyBuy API, and an additional offerIssuer parameter. Instead of broadcasting the prepared transaction immediately, it schedules it to be broadcast as soon as an unconfirmed currency exchange offer transaction from that issuer, for that currency and a sell rate not higher than the requested, arrives in the unconfirmed transaction pool. The broadcast parameter must be set to false. This API requires a full node (not a light client) and admin password unless running on localhost.

GetScheduledTransactions API returns a list of all scheduled transactions for a given account.

Note that these APIs were specifically added for the purpose of the IGNIS Token Sale, and may be removed or modified in the future.

Other fixes and improvements:

Allow blacklisting the real remote host, not the proxy, when running a public node behind a reverse proxy. Use the nxt.forwardedForHeader property to configure the header added by the proxy to the API http requests (normally X-Forwarded-For).

Fixed printing of paper wallet for passphrases containing special characters.

WARNING: If you printed out a paper wallet for an account passphrase which contains special characters using an earlier release, this passphrase may have been printed out incorrectly, with those characters missing, or truncated. In this case you are advised to print out a correct copy using this version. The QR codes were not affected by this bug, and neither were the standard account passphrases generated by the client.

Also note that some long passphrases may be cut off by your printer unless page size is adjusted to width.

ALWAYS VERIFY THAT THE PRINTED PASSPHRASE IS CORRECT BEFORE RELYING ON A PAPER WALLET AS YOUR ONLY BACKUP!

Source: https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-11-7/

FAQ

The NRS (Nxt Reference Software) Client is the Nxt core developers’ official wallet release.

NRS is a locally hosted client server application. By default it downloads the Nxt blockchain, but from version 1.10.0e you can run it as a light client as well as a full node. To forge and earn forging fees from processing transactions on the network you must run the Nxt Client in full mode, which is possible even on small devices like laptops, or on a Raspberry Pi.

The Nxt Client is easy to install. Use the 1-click installers for Linux, Mac and Windows or read this INSTALLATION GUIDE to launch the NRS .zip from terminal.

ICO Release FAQ

Q: What's the priority to execute these buy orders when they will hit blockchain? Same as usual?

A: As soon as the node scheduler storing the scheduled transactions sees the exchange offer as an unconfirmed transaction, it will immediately broadcast your currency buy transactions.

And they will compete with the rest of the transaction for inclusion in the next block, according to the usual transaction priority.

Q: So, if I understand correctly, this new stuff is for users to make buy transaction in advance, instead of lurking near PC and try to be fast?

A: Exactly

Q: And if my advanced buy order is not filled, I need to repeat the same before the next batch? Am I right, this new stuff do not solve MAAC problem?

A: It does solve it, since MAAC found a way to submit his transaction while the Jelurida exchange offer was still unconfirmed and invisible to the UI.

With 1.11.7, every scheduled transaction will do exactly that.

Q: When does Jelurida exchange offers become valid? Only when approved or broadcasted?

A: When the Jelurida exchange offer is still unconfirmed the scheduler will submit the buy orders

Q: Will not wait for approval of it?

A: They will all approve in the same block, the exchange offer will have the earliest arrival time so the currency buy transactions will match it in the same block just like MAAC did it manually

Q: But looking at history, approval account approves exchange offer few block later. I feel some confusion here. Always thought, that without approval any transaction is not "valid".

A: The exchange offer will no longer be phased, just a regular transaction

Q: And if my scheduled buy order is not filled, I need to repeat the same order before the next batch?

A: Yes, as usual, however you'll compete on level terms with everyone else

Q: What do I need in order to submit a scheduled transaction?

A: You'll need a full node running on localhost, or a remote full node to which you have the admin password. As usual your passphrase is never submitted to the remote node.

Source: https://nxtforum.org/general-discussion/nxt-1-11-7-qa/

NXT Mobile app

The NRS Android app is available at:

sha256
8e4177c47f27daa311af27a2cf4e380c0d98545442e8071d700266c3d622b7ab

 

User or developer?

NRS 1.11.5

Nxt Client (NRS) 1.11.5

THIS IS THE LATEST NRS RELEASE

Digital signature: "Stichting NXT"

.sh Sha256:863fadaedf11ca9f0317b724c0e68e549703482c30fdb07e90f16d0f1f7195bd  nxt-client-1.11.5.sh

Release 1.11.5:
https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/downloads/nxt-client-1.11.5.zip

1.11.5 .zip sha256:
facb359f2a4fae62b5e2cbb2f5a41bd8cface8090ba72d3ddcba22a904fb23d3  nxt-client-1.11.5.zip

NRS 1.11.5 release notes

Added firstIndex, lastIndex parameters to the getUnconfirmedTransactions and
getUnconfirmedTransactionIds APIs to support pagination.

Minor performance optimizations and UI improvements.

Updated H2 to version 1.4.194 and jetty to 9.3.17.

Source: https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-11-5/

Also, read:

Nxt Tutorials
ARDR on the /assethub
Nxt 2.0: Ardor child chain blockchain platform

BUY NXT /ARDR :

 

NXT Mobile app

 

The NRS Android app is available at:

Hash 94f71ed4d3762dd2e28f28bf0f8760a5a2c3cb78ee22a257639cc39dbe0c2621

The new version has been updated to:

Node v7.8.0
NPM 4.4.4
Cordova 6.5.0
Android Platform 6.1.2
All Cordova plugins were updated to their latest version

Source: https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=13427.msg231036#msg231036

Read more about installing the Nxt core devs' mobile app @ Nxtwiki.org

The NRS (Nxt Reference Software) Client is the Nxt core developers’ official wallet release.

NRS is a locally hosted client-server application. By default, it downloads the Nxt blockchain, but from version 1.10.0e you can run it as a light client as well as a full node. To forge and earn forging fees from processing transactions on the network you must run the Nxt Client in full mode, which is possible even on small devices like laptops, or on a Raspberry Pi. There are also bounties for running public nodes.

The Nxt Client is easy to install. Use the 1-click installers for Linux, Mac, and Windows or read this INSTALLATION GUIDE to launch the NRS .zip from terminal.

NRS 1.11.3

Nxt Client (NRS) 1.11.3

THIS IS AN OLD RELEASE. FOR THE LATEST NRS VERSION CHECK HERE

Digital signature: "Stichting NXT"

.sh Sha256:ff67155c541df52fef3db6ca85643cc1814452847a14793c3c2f7e37acec53be  nxt-client-1.11.3.sh

Release 1.11.3: https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/downloads/nxt-client-1.11.3.zip

1.11.3 .zip sha256:ecfc181f8085c21142fa9ffe74979a16d8d87c49f325e5a28e57990c0beb4c42  nxt-client-1.11.3.zip

Bugfix release

To learn more about the upcoming public Ardor testnet release, see the latest screenshots, help test, and follow the news.

 

NRS 1.11.3 release notes

Fixed missing plugin files error in the client.

Backported minor bugfixes from the Ardor branch.

Treat all text/* media types as text, not just text/plain for the data cloud.

Updated Jetty to version 9.3.16, delete the old lib folder before unpacking on
top.

Source: https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-11-3/

Also see: Nxt 2.0: Ardor childchain blockchain platform

The NRS (Nxt Reference Software) Client is the Nxt core developers’ official wallet release.

NRS is a locally hosted client server application. By default it downloads the Nxt blockchain, but from version 1.10.0e you can run it as a light client as well as a full node. To forge and earn forging fees from processing transactions on the network you must run the Nxt Client in full mode, which is possible even on small devices like laptops, or on a Raspberry Pi. There are also bounties for running public nodes.

The Nxt Client is easy to install. Use the 1-click installers for Linux, Mac and Windows or read this INSTALLATION GUIDE to launch the NRS .zip from terminal.

“Ardor snapshot” release – Nxt NRS 1.9.2

Nxt Client (NRS) 1.9.2

THIS IS AN OLD RELEASE. FOR THE LATEST NRS VERSION CHECK HERE

Digital signature: "Stichting NXT"

.sh Sha256: bf135f9d7280860b59fb69d4753e436ed23ebbcf95e1e4112cb707c7a64a20b4  nxt-client-1.9.2.sh

Release 1.9.2: https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/downloads/nxt-client-1.9.2.zip

1.9.2 .zip sha256: 4fe0520e5b4d0fe244dc9d8ab7943c1a107a7e4227ce4ae9f3236ae1dcc1a8ab  nxt-client-1.9.2.zip

ARDR Snapshots

Snapshotting will start at block 870400 (expected July 14) and end at block 1000000 (Oct 12). Relevant reading: Ardor distribution

To get your ARDR tokens, it is recommended that you keep your NXT balance in your own account.

For balances on exchange accounts, it will be up to each exchange to handle the re-distribution of the ARDR tokens that will get automatically sent to the exchange account at snapshot end.

The 3 major exchanges for NXT; Poloniex, BTC38, and Bittrex will all run internal snapshots of their customers' NXT balances synchronized with the main blockchain. The Ardor tokens will then be distributed to their rightful owners at a ratio of 1 Ardor token for 1 NXT. The exchanges are prepared for new customers outside the Fintech and investment world looking to purchase Nxt tokens for future Ardor tokens with the introduction of fiat currency exchange. Retail customers will now be able to access the Ardor platform and purchase tokens using fiat currency.

NRS 1.9.2 release notes

This is the first stable release in the 1.9 series. Update to this release on mainnet is optional up until block 1000000 (Oct 12), however users are advised to do it earlier, as after July 14th updating will trigger a blockchain rescan.

The main new feature in 1.9 is the distribution of ARDR assets. See the 1.9.0e changelog for details.

Performance optimizations for blockchain rescans and for snapshot balance calculations. Added nxt.dbMaxMemoryRows property to allow setting the H2 MAX_MEMORY_ROWS parameter.

Updated Jetty to version 9.3.10, delete the old lib folder before unpacking on top.

Source: https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-9-2/

Also see: Nxt 2.0: Ardor childchain blockchain platform

The NRS (Nxt Reference Software) Client is the Nxt core developers’ official wallet release.

NRS is a locally hosted client server application. By default it downloads the Nxt blockchain, but from version 1.10.0e you can run it as a light client as well as a full node. To forge and earn forging fees from processing transactions on the network you must run the Nxt Client in full mode, which is possible even on small devices like laptops, or on a Raspberry Pi. There are also bounties for running public nodes.

The Nxt Client is easy to install. Use the 1-click installers for Linux, Mac and Windows or read this INSTALLATION GUIDE to launch the NRS .zip from terminal.

Nxt [ANN]: NRS 1.9 experimental (updated)

Nxt Client (NRS) 1.9.1e

THIS IS AN OLD RELEASE. FOR THE LATEST NRS VERSION CHECK HERE

Digital signature: "Stichting NXT"

.sh Sha256: 4e21c830f43d9d842c7005252b2a75983a4a5a067994c1b49ac1339f8ac5ed2c  nxt-client-1.9.1e.sh

Release 1.9.1e: https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/downloads/nxt-client-1.9.1e.zip

1.9.1e .zip sha256: 097f2d10589b43bf5882f1e0d06f83740f09ca6f037ae73252eb6c555819b212  nxt-client-1.9.1e.zip

NRS 1.9.1e release notes

Fixed a client UI bug affecting some form submission.

Source: https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-9-1e/

For further information about 1.9 branch, please read the NRS 1.9.0e release notes.

Relevant reading: Ardor distribution

Also see: Nxt 2.0: Ardor childchain blockchain platform

ARDR Snapshots

Snapshotting will start at block 870400 (expected July 14) and end at block 1000000 (Oct 12). Relevant reading: Ardor distribution

To get your ARDR tokens, it is recommended that you keep your NXT balance in your own account.

For balances on exchange accounts, it will be up to each exchange to handle the re-distribution of the ARDR tokens that will get automatically sent to the exchange account at snapshot end.

Damelon (Bas Wisselink) writes on 20-06-2016, 09:46:54 pm:

"The Nxt Foundation will be in contact with exchanges to help out with this process. Will keep you updated."
Source: https://nxtforum.org/index.php?action=post;quote=219422;topic=11475.0

The 3 major exchanges for NXT; Poloniex, BTC38, and Bittrex will all run internal snapshots of their customers' NXT balances synchronized with the main blockchain. The Ardor tokens will then be distributed to their rightful owners at a ratio of 1 Ardor token for 1 NXT. The exchanges are prepared for new customers outside the Fintech and investment world looking to purchase Nxt tokens for future Ardor tokens with the introduction of fiat currency exchange. Retail customers will now be able to access the Ardor platform and purchase tokens using fiat currency.

 NRS 1.9.0e release notes

This is an experimental release.
It is a required update for all testnet nodes, optional for main net.

This release enables taking multiple snapshots of accounts NXT balances, every 60 blocks, for a period of 90 days, and distributing an ARDR token based on the average of those balances, at the end of the snapshot, to be used for the Ardor consensus chain token distribution in Nxt 2.0.

On testnet, the snapshot will start at block 649400 and end at block 779000 (June 24).

On mainnet, the snapshot will start at block 870400 (expected July 14) and end at block 1000000 (Oct 12).

Since on testnet the starting block is in the past, on upgrade to this release a blockchain rescan will be performed automatically in order to calculate past account balances. Those who delay upgrading their mainnet nodes until after block 870400 will also experience such a rescan. However, the hard fork block is set at the end of the snapshot, so the final deadline for upgrading to 1.9 is at blocks 779000 and 1000000 respectively.

To get your ARDR tokens, it is essential that you keep your NXT balance in your own account. There is no need to run a node or forge. It is the confirmed NXT balance that is used for the snapshot, not the unconfirmed (available) balance, so having some NXT locked in open AE bid orders, shufflings, etc, will not affect your ARDR distribution.

For balances on exchange accounts, it will be up to each exchange to handle the re-distribution of the ARDR tokens that will get automatically sent to the exchange account at snapshot end.

A new getFxtQuantity API has been added, which allows retrieving the already accumulated ARDR quantity for each account during the snapshot, and an estimate for the quantity yet to be obtained. While snapshots are done every 60 blocks, the numbers that this API returns are updated once every 720 blocks only.

Snapshot balances used for the ARDR distribution for a specific account can be recorded in the log by setting the nxt.logFxtBalance property to that account number, and performing a rescan if the snapshot has already started.

Added some additional transaction bytes validation, and phasing parameters validation, to take effect after the hardfork.

Added getAssetDividends API, to retrieve the dividend payment history for an asset. It can be viewed in the client by clicking on the new "View Asset Dividends" link on the asset exchange page. Dividend payments made before a node is updated to 1.9.0e will not show in this history, unless a blockchain rescan is forced manually.

After the hardfork block, asset dividend payment transactions will be limited to not more than one per asset every 60 blocks.

Added a new Messages table in the client UI. Allowed uploading a file as a message attachment, plain or encrypted, and downloading such messages as files.

All create transaction APIs that support prunable message attachments now also optionally accept multipart file uploads as messageFile or messageToEncryptFile parameters, or when using client-side encrypted data the data part can also be uploaded using encryptedMessageFile parameter. As the test API page does not support multiple file upload parameters, upload buttons for those are not currently available there.

Accept sharedKey parameter in downloadPrunableMessage and getPrunableMessage APIs.

Added client UI support for decrypting messages using a shared key, to allow disclosing the shared key for a specific encrypted message to a third party in order to decrypt it without having to reveal the account passphrase.

Forging optimization to reduce block skipping when switching forks.

Minor other bugfixes and UI improvements.

Updated H2 library to version 1.4.192, tika to 1.13, and slf4j to 1.7.21. If
installing manually, make sure to delete the old lib folder first.

Source: https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-9-0e/

The NRS (Nxt Reference Software) Client is the Nxt core developers’ official wallet release.

NRS is a locally hosted client server application. By default it downloads the Nxt blockchain, but from version 1.10.0e you can run it as a light client as well as a full node. To forge and earn forging fees from processing transactions on the network you must run the Nxt Client in full mode, which is possible even on small devices like laptops, or on a Raspberry Pi. There are also bounties for running public nodes.

The Nxt Client is easy to install. Use the 1-click installers for Linux, Mac and Windows or read this INSTALLATION GUIDE to launch the NRS .zip from terminal.

NRS release 1.3.5

Jean-Luc:

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Release 1.3.5

https://nxtforum.org/nrs-releases/nrs-v1-3-5/

sha256:

53ae6b17052024e7f1b8d1eba898f4e67f7f4ccf5dc80a6edc89aded826c9a76  nxt-client-1.3.5.zip

Change log:

Added getDGSTagCount API, allow getDGSGoodsCount and getDGSPurchaseCount to be
used also to get total goods or purchase counts.

Added completed parameter to getDGSGoodsPurchases, getDGSGoodsPurchaseCount,
getDGSPurchaseCount, getDGSPurchases, to allow querying for completed purchases
only. Added withPublicFeedbacksOnly parameter to getDGSPurchaseCount.

Secondary sort of search results after sorting by relevance, by timestamp if
for any seller, or by name and then by timestamp if for a single seller.

Improved performance of Marketplace page, show counts for goods in stock only.

Increased default purchase delivery deadline to 168 hours (1 week).

Include full peer info in getPeers API if includePeerInfo=true, to avoid having
to do a separate getPeer request for each peer.

Include cumulativeDifficulty in the block JSON.

Allow transaction signing in signTransaction to skip the validation of the
transaction bytes being signed, if an optional validate=false parameter is added.
This would be useful when signing transaction bytes on a machine that doesn’t have
the full blockchain downloaded, which normally prevents validation.

Allow sending messages with no recipient.

Automatically blacklist peers with version older than 1.2.0.

UI improvements of the API /test page.

Changed nxt-default.properties to enable MVCC by default, to avoid database lock
timeout errors.

Updated jetty to version 9.2.6. If unpacking on top of a previous installation,
delete your lib directory first to remove the old jetty libraries.

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MOFO Wallet 0.3.3

Mofo wallet update

http://mofowallet.com

Read more about MOFO Wallet here

Supported coins and their embedded server versions:

1. FIMK 0.3
2. NXT 1.3.4

Available as online version and as cross platform installable download:

USE ONLINE

(You might need to CTRL+F5 to refresh your browsers cache in case the old version is shown – see browser title bar for version number)

https://fimkrypto.github.io/mofo/launch.html

DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL

Linux:
https://github.com/fimkrypto/mofowallet/releases/download/v0.3.3/mofowallet.linux-0.3.3.zip
SHA256 7d2307325c05ca23b4ef05bcf4fb835a2daa5d23ef2ae8acc27c89db408e2cbb
MD5 ce393d71345f77cb02d722035793db7c

Mac:
https://github.com/fimkrypto/mofowallet/releases/download/v0.3.3/mofowallet.osx-0.3.3.zip
SHA256 7d2307325c05ca23b4ef05bcf4fb835a2daa5d23ef2ae8acc27c89db408e2cbb
MD5 ce393d71345f77cb02d722035793db7c

Windows:
https://github.com/fimkrypto/mofowallet/releases/download/v0.3.3/mofowallet.windows-0.3.3.zip
SHA256 e1119fab1de21d35b23afbc7ae555868dbf043866badc65eb3816b9419880b5e
MD5 6eac355f218ec86ad12a2def7359d32d

This is the first major update after initial mofowallet release. Improvements were made on almost all levels.

API Request Manager

The network request layer has been completely rewritten, it is now aware of all active and pending (API) requests. Requests are grouped and can be prioritized or cancelled all together, requests are bound to the controllers that started them and are automatically destroyed when the controller is destroyed.

Network requests are executed from a central interval (timer) and is no longer event based. The interval acts as an external agent that can take action and cancel requests if they either time out or take too long to start (when higher ranked requests take up all available slots).

The number of concurrent requests are set at six for now, this seems to work well while running on localhost and when connected to public API servers.

Decentralized API

Improvements are made in the usage of the decentralized API, users can run their own API server and add these to mofowallet. Because multiple public API servers are used, synchronization among those servers has to be performed on startup. Synchronizing involves a check if the server is up and functioning and a detailed analysis of the fork that the server is on.

Public API servers that are on a fork are ignored for the current session, thereby not wasting any network traffic.

API servers are required to have SSL enabled and must use a proper certificate.

Embedded Servers

Users are prompted if they want to start the embedded FIMK and/or NXT server on startup, options for each server are available to either start automatically or never start at all.

Users can run both servers at the same time but this does put a higher load on your system. However, running the servers is not required since mofowallet is fully functional when operating on the public API servers only.

Forging

Forging/mining is supported for all embedded servers. The blockchain must be downloaded before you can forge blocks. The forging UI has been updated and now requires your secret phrase to be entered only once, either enter your secret phrase or open your wallet file containing your secret phrase.

To see if you forged any blocks you will, for now, need to look at the amount forged label in the accounts section. Better feedback of exactly what blocks you forged and other info, like charts and averages, are under development.

Namespaced Aliases

Namespaced aliases now support encryption. This is the same encryption AES encryption offered for normal messages. Namespaced Aliases can be encrypted so only the owner account can decrypt or where the owner account and one other account can decrypt that.

Asset Exchange

Introducing the initial Asset Exchange UI for FIMK and NXT. UI is read only in this release meaning you cannot enter or cancel orders. Asset Exchange is a work in progress and it’s anticipated that it will change considerably. Our aim is to offer a professional full featured interface to both the FIMK and NXT decentralized exchanges. We consider a professional UI one that offers traders all tools required to do your daily trading.

Current AE UI includes:

1. historical price charts
2. listing of all available assets
3. display of current price and 24 hour percent change

Planned AE UI additions:

4. in client per asset blockchain based commenting
5. better charting (moving average, candle stick etc..)
6. automatic actions based on blockchain events (this requires the client to stay on)

Better Messaging

Better support for sending plain text or encrypted messages. Message transactions in the transaction history are displayed inline now. If you provided your secret phrase, messages are decrypted on the fly and can be seen inline in the account transaction history but also in the blockexplorer.

Startup Service

New service available to all plugins, plugins register with the startup service to do intialization upon application startup. Plugins register so called activities that show progress in the startup dialog, activities can be made to run only after certain other activities have finished running.

The startup dialog can be hidden by the user and the mofowallet is usable from that moment on. If certain functionality in mofowallet depends on an activity to complete it will be disabled until the activity has completed.

Highly Contextual Identifiers

All identifiers for blocks, transactions, accounts, aliases, block heights and more now support mouse events. Plugins can register for mouseover, mouse out and click events. This has enabled everything from the blockexplorer to the account section to be *clickable* and will show you a details dialog in which everything is again clickable.

Bugs fixed

Fixed a bug where sometimes sending a transaction does not immediately show up in your list of recent transactions. This now works correctly for all broadcasted transactions.

Fixed numerous performance bottle necks, desktop mofowallet is much faster than the initial 0.3 release.

Fixed the problem of mofowallet constantly sending requests to obtain state from the public servers. The rewritten network layer fixed this.

Fixed a bug where sending a transaction gave no meaningful feedback, on sending transactions the user now sees a dialog that shows transaction creation, signing and broadcasted feedback.

Offspring Nxt Client 0.4.5

nxter.org

Offspring 0.4.5 is released.

nxter.org

Offspring is an easy to install standalone full featured desktop wallet / Nxt Client.

With Offspring you can…

  • Easily install/uninstall through our Windows installer
  • Manage multiple NXT accounts from a single UI
  • Store your NXT keys in an encrypted wallet
  • Create new NXT accounts and add *read-only* observed accounts
  • Earn mining fees by forging blocks (you can mine with multiple accounts)
  • See exactly when one of your accounts will forge a block (through a countdown)
  • Send and receive NXT
  • View all your past transactions
  • Create or update your aliases
  • Issue assets on the asset exchange
  • Buy/Sell assets on the asset exchange
  • Manage your asset portfolio, see how much assets you own and what their current value is in BTC or EURO
  • Send and receive encrypted messages
  • Use it’s live block explorer which lists all past blocks and transactions and allows you to lookup any block, transaction or account
  • Access the block explorer from every part of the application, you can for instance click on an account number in your transaction overview and it will open that account in the block explorer (same goes for all transactions and blocks)
  • See blocks and transactions coming in live
  • Get a live view of all connected peers, see how much you upload/download, you can even send them a message (if they are hallmarked)
  • Blacklist/unblacklist any peer you are connected with
  • See exactly how far the blockchain has downloaded (up to the second)
  • Delete and re-download the blockchain simply from the menu.
  • And much more …

Download

OFFSPRING VERSION 0.4.5

Please see the WIKI for instructions on how to verify the SHA1 and MD5 hashes.

https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/releases/download/v0.4.5/OFFSPRING.0.4.5.INSTALLER.exe
SHA1: 3fa2b7823e33f70753e992f93db9416d201d703d
MD5: c3dd206eb2e2b9c1aa25a64a542ca797

https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/releases/download/v0.4.5/OFFSPRING.0.4.5.WINDOWS.X86.zip
SHA1: 709efa7ba07ab97b6210b11d12fc3dfc149b2255
MD5: 99e6cdfad7a17e43f34f0be9c0eb4216

https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/releases/download/v0.4.5/OFFSPRING.0.4.5.WINDOWS.X86_64.zip
SHA1: 1a05742a50661723a72daec441d3c896167d07e8
MD5: f192e8214e80827195952e5511771e25

https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/releases/download/v0.4.5/OFFSPRING.0.4.5.MACOSX.zip
SHA1: a2a6181eabc6f5fd72fa7b9c49377d0e7c4492e2
MD5: 0f52220af34cf967f8387cfa5986be1f

https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/releases/download/v0.4.5/OFFSPRING.0.4.5.LINUX.X86.zip
SHA1: 6909c33670fd13fea08b54ac214adb64c6010c68
MD5: cd4a1ccf5c68918bdf384200584dc395

https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/releases/download/v0.4.5/OFFSPRING.0.4.5.LINUX.X86_64.zip
SHA1: f80209f2f533abb0abfe9adedaf66d71ce55b6d7
MD5: 516b583476e00800e1d68334c2c9a36a

Requirements

Offspring requires Java 7 (basically because NXT requires it which is embedded in Offspring).
Please go here to download and install Java for your platform.
https://www.java.com/en/download/

Installation

Easy Install (for windows users)

Windows users can use our easy all-in-one installer it will install Java (if you don’t have it already) and Offspring. Simply download execute and follow the instructions..

All other platforms:

  • Download the zip for your platform
  • Unzip the contents to some folder
  • In the folder you will find the offspring executable (double click and Offspring will start)

Enjoy!

Getting Started guide :
https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring/wiki/Getting-Started

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Open Source

Offspring is open source and welcomes any one who wants to make Offspring even better.
https://github.com/incentivetoken/offspring

Donations

Donations are much appreciated
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Community members working on Offspring so far …

  • Dirk – Core client development
  • Graviton – Planning, design, testing
  • fanaticalfishing – User instruction WIKI

NXT Clients

All clients can be found at http://nxtclients.org.
Mentioned Nxt features are explained in Nxt Wiki.

Read the full version of Damelon and Salsacz’s PRESS RELEASE here.

Basic info:

NXT Solaris

(http://nxtsolaris.wordpress.com/)

Solaris is a full featured NXT client for Windows. As well as the usual Nxt features, including Asset Exchange, Solaris boasts several features that are not native to Nxt, such as marked information, monitoring and an address book, as well as support for multiple accounts. The installation process is simple, and the user can choose between open or closed source versions. The source code was released on February 16, 2014.

More info: http://www.nxtcoins.nl/client-showcase-nxt-solaris/

Nxt_solaris_Assets-ExchangeNxt_solaris_Markets

ClieNXT

(https://bitbucket.org/fmiboy/clienxt/downloads)

ClieNXT is a simple open­source client written in Java, as is the native Nxt client, NRS.
The current version (0.0.4) has one­click install and autoupdate ability as well as all of the basic Nxt functionality. One additional feature us the ability to send multiple transactions or messages using Nxts AM system.

More info: http://www.nxtcoins.nl/client-showcase-clienxt/

Nxt_clienxt_interfaceNxt-clienxt_ecosystem

DotNxt

(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5109382#msg5109382)

DotNxt was announced on the 14th January 2014 as an entrant in the Nxt client competition and was released on the 18th of the same month. Source code was released on the 1st February. DotNxt aims to be a simple and accessible easy install client with a clean interface and simple design values. It supports all current features, and is built using Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0.

More info: http://www.nxtcoins.nl/client-showcase-dotnxt/

Nxt_dotnxt_Send-MoneyNxt_dotnxt_Blockchain

Offspring

(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5111879#msg5111879)

Right now Offspring supports basic NXT features: Sending money, assigning aliases and creating tokens. It also includes real time BTC / NXT market rate. Among planned features are: Multicurrency client,; asset exchange; full block explorer; encrypted p2p messaging and transaction memos.

Offspring stoers NXT private keys (passphrase) together with Offspring account label in an encrypted file. While other clients still use “brainwallet”, this now provides wallet files known from Bitcoin wallets.

More info: http://www.nxtcoins.nl/client-showcase-offspring-dgex/

Nxt_offspring-chartsNxt_offspring-Advanced

NXT Wallet

(http://nxtra.org/nxt­client/)

NXT Wallet is a web client with many features including Asset Exchange. It is currently connected to Testnet which is a test version of NXT network used by developers. It provides Contacts, Messages, Aliases and even Polls and a list of News. So you can read news from the Nxt forums, blogs, or social sites straight from the web client. It will be packaged as a downloadable program for Windows, Linux and Mac.

Nxt_wesleyh_client1Nxt_wesleyh_client2

nxtFreeRider

(http://www.quicknxt.com/FreeRider)

This is not classical client for average users, but a valuable complement to the other clients: It is a powerful tool for developers, with focus on the Asset Exchange system. It is a fully open sourced python implementation for api communication. Program can be extended by anybody easily by modifying existing stuff in there.

Nxs

(https://github.com/Regulus343/Nxs)

Nxs, pronounced “Nexus”, is a modified version of the default NRS web client that includes many new features and a more modern design. It allows to set a language or to show QR code of the current unlocked account. It includes new secret phrases generator. Users can also use up to 100 predefined sippers to obscure their secret phrase from dictionary words. Its source was released February 18.

Nxt_nxs

 

NXT Newsletter #1

nxt newsletter

Welcome NXTers, newcomers and long time community members.

How to start a newsletter when Nxt has already been on the roll for 2.5 months?

NXT-evolution-top

This week’s topics:

  • Upgrade!
  • Asset Exchange
  • Nxt Funds released
  • BCNext’s plan (part 2)
  • Organize, NXTers!
  • Clients
  • ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Quote of the week
  • Words of wisdom of the week

Upgrade!

This week a critical bug was found in the Nxt core.
If you are still running a client below 0.6, update to the latest client at nxctcrypto.org (404 link removed) NOW.

Jean-Luc wrote:
Fixed a critical bug. Everybody should upgrade immediately.
No explanation, just that. Later followed the reason for several upgrades during the same day:

Critical bug DISCLOSURE

Come-from-Beyond:

Few days ago the guy who found a vulnerability in Blockchain.Info and picked the secret phrase of Nxt genesis account found a security flaw in NRS cryptographic algorithm. The flaw allowed to replay transactions that would lead to double-triple-etc amounts sent. In fact, by finding this flaw he conducted an audit of Crypto class and won the bounty that we collected specially for such a case.

I can’t explain details of the flaw, coz it’s out of my area of expertise. U can contact him directly via nextcoin.org forum. The flaw has been fixed and all who updated to 0.6.0+ are safe now. Users of older versions are safe too as long as they are connected to nodes with 0.6.0+.

6t4mu

Genesis passphrase:
Quote from: 1984 – George Orwell:

It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.

On the 05.02.2014, a “doctorevil” found Nxt vulnerable to a transaction replay attack, and sent CfB, Jean-Luc, and OpticalC THIS. Answering to the Nxt Community’s plea for him to immediately join the dev team:

I don’t have the time to contribute consistently, although I’d be happy to be an adviser. Either way, NXT is likely to benefit from my independent “Q.A. efforts” whether I’m formally part of the team or not 🙂

Asset Exchange

On the 11th of February the public test begins!

CfB announces:

Testnet. I’ll be giving testcoins to everyone.

There is an update of the ClieNXT GUI: [Code name] AE testnet.
Get it from this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5054385#msg5054385

AE_testnet_client

Xth of Feb – release

[UPDATE 11.02.2014]
JOIN THE PUBLIC TEST: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5072720#msg5072720

Nxt Funds

Unclaimed Coins has been transferred to the 3 chosen treasurers.
Only 100k is left on the account controlled by CfB. It will be used to pay the reward for the injected fatal flaw.

Rickyjames has made a “summary of organizational activity which has occurred during the first five days of the NXT Community Nominations To The Funding Committee” and followed this up with 4 proposals, posting polls on these.

James, jl777, put it like this:

We now have nearly 1 million usd budget to be able to fund everything in parallel, plus as nxt gains value so does budget!

Interested? You should be. Get involved. Go vote, NXTers.

Rickyjames Proposal 1:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454420
Rickyjames Proposal 2:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454372
Rickyjames Proposal 3: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454327
Rickyjames Proposal 4: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454320

BCNext’s plan

topsecret

BCNext has been asking for reactions to his first part, Come-from-Beyond recently wrote:

(…) he is upset that community doesn’t wish to review and develop his ideas. Anon136 is the only one who does. (…) Start with Transparent mining, or What makes Nxt a 2nd generation currency and extend it or find flaws and fix them.

Today we got the second part of BCNext’s plan for the Nxt protocol. CfB:

1: Transparent mining, or What makes Nxt a 2nd generation currency
2: Transparent mining 2, or What part of Legacy should be left behind

Anon136’s article “Why NXT ought to be taken seriously” is found HERE.

Now, when Nxt got its own community, it’s time to get rid of the facade and reveal true properties of Transparent Mining. These properties r obvious to everyone who spent some time analyzing Transparent Mining, but still…

All Nxters should read this and comment.
The open question is: WIll the community follow BCNext’s ideas – or choose a different path?

Organize, NXTers

Yes…. We DO have an urgent need to get the decentralized initiatives and Nxt development organized!
Good initiatives and visions drown in the thread. There are  examples of Nxters developing the same features, not knowing eachothers’ plans,  missing the chance to work together. This newsletter is an attempt to CENTRALIZE (there, I said it ;)) important informations. Zahlen has taken another step to fulfill the need:

I’ve started a section on the wiki for organizing our projects. In particular, check out the List of Proposals and Bounties page. We could link to stuff that is “active” there: Forum threads, google docs, or other wiki pages where projects are being discussed and hashed out, and project statuses are being updated. (…) Don’t worry about messing things up, it’s a wiki, everything can be reversed. And don’t worry if you don’t know wiki formatting, just type/copy and paste. Other people can help you clean things up. If there’s demand, I’ll put up a quick guide to simple wiki editing. I’ll be technical support. Anyone has a problem, e.g. getting errors, can’t figure out how to do something, ask me and I’ll troubleshoot.

It can’t be stressed enough: Go there.
This applies to ongoing projects and new initiatives: Write your project or idea into the wiki, please.
If you want to be sure to get your update or new project mentioned in the NXT Newsletter, post HERE.

Clients

Nexern Client

is to be released by the end of this month.

Inxt 1.0.5:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/inxt/id802351888?l=it&ls=1&mt=8

NxtSolaris 1.7:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5037736#msg5037736

Windows Installer 0.7.2

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5039151#msg5039151

dotNXT 0.7.2

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5025446#msg5025446

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Chess for Nxt

Sign up for the FICS/NXT tournament HERE.
Share a “NXT bringing anonymous payments to the world of chess” article.

24h forging service

https://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,3714.0.html

NxtAuth

A WordPress plugin, that allow log in with NXT token.

http://wordpress.org/plugins/nxtauth/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5041569#msg5041569

Encrypted messages

http://nxtarea.com/amencryption.php

NXT Wallet database

http://nxtdb.info/howitworks/

TipNXT.com

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg5014915#msg5014915

NXT mobile messenger

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.msg4858313#msg4858313

The Nxt Crypto podcast

The RSS feed for the cast is NOT ready to go yet, but the first episode is done!

Check it out here:
https://soundcloud.com/whatsupnxt/the-nxt-crypto-podcast-ep001

Silver Bullion NXT Gateway

More info and discussion thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=455861

Nxt will (eventually) get listed on Cryptsy

BTC Talk Episode 82 https://soundcloud.com/mindtomatter/e81-the-bitcoin-opportunity from 13:30m onwards.

Quote of the week

Come-from_Beyond:

Imagine Bitcoin 100 years from now. Most of income comes as transaction fees. Nxt is a time machine that brings us to that era.

 

Words of wisdom of the week

Rickyjames:

This thread is a crazy roller coaster ride.  It strains everybody’s abilities just to hang on for the ride.  We all do it because if something interesting about NXT is going to pop up, it’s probably going to pop up here first.  But it takes everybody’s personal mental bandwidth just to process these posts.

That said, to gather information and defragment the thread on bitcointalk is almost a full time job.
To be sure to get your message through to the newsletter, you can contact: http://test.nxter.org/contact .
Any feedback about the newsletter is welcome too. Donations? Ok, 196910366798475802. Thanks.

Didn’t understand a thing?
Go to nxtcrypto.orgwiki.nxtcrypto.orgnextcoin.org or nxter.org to find out more about NXT.

 

NXT BETA Clients

So… You got overwhelmed by the NRS Client?
NXT now has working easy-to-use clients in BETA, that you are welcome to use.

Overview:

Windows Clients

dotNXT

Info:
.NET based client (thread) (404 link removed)

Features:

  • Send Money
  • Transaction statistics
  • Forging Timer
  • Register Alias
  • Messaging
  • Message encryption
  • Lock account
  • Alias search
  • Hallmark checks
  • Multiple account display
  • Auto updating
  • Custom user settings

dotnxt_screen

DOWNLOAD LINK
Read an in depth review HERE. (404 link removed)

NXT Solaris

Info:
Fully featured Windows Nxt client (thread) (404 link removed)

nxt-solaris-markeds

Watch this tutorial (from 3:30):

http://youtu.be/lWBof2Ahtz4

DOWNLOAD LINK

Mac Client

Nxt Mac

Info:
Mac only client for Nxt. It features a single-click installation and auto-update.

nxtmac

Features:

  • Automatically installs java if not available.
  • Runs in a dedicated window instead of in the browser.
  • Auto-update functionality (beta updates too, if wanted enable in preferences).
  • Easy hallmark generation.
  • Easy updating of well known peers.
  • Option to redownload blockchain.

DOWNLOAD LINK (redirects to nxt.org)

Android Client

Info:
This is a Nxt light client.

nxt-android-client

Version 0.5.5 features:

  • Manage accounts
    Set an easy to remember tag to each account
    Get details about your transactions, with period options
  • All transactions are encrypted in local
  • Alias assign/check
    Show aliases registered by your account
    Assign a new alias or update the uri of your alias
    You can check an alias, see if it was registered by other people
  • Address book
    You can store the destination accounts that you use frequently
    Import accounts to address book from your tracsactions history
  • Arbitrary Messages
    Send messages to others and view all messages of your account.
    Encrypted Message – only the sender or recipient can decode the encrypted message.
  • QRCode
  • Real-time price ticker
  • Nxt News

DOWNLOAD LINK

iOS Clients

iNxt

Info:
iPhone Client (thread) (404 link removed)

iNxt_screen

iNxt is the first client for the iPhone that allows you to keep track of the value of NXT compared to BTC (Bitcoin) and also shows a candlestick graph. You can also check the balance of any account Nxt simply entering your account number and will be shown a list of transactions. As a last feature for this release, you can do the search for an alias that will show connected account and also see all the aliases linked to an account with the respective URI.

DOWNLOAD LINK