For the technology crowd that has fallen on hard times since Bitcoin and friends headed down starting in 2014, there is a silver lining A quick browse through bitcointalk and you can still find threads of the cess pool that is created from a lack of awareness, lack of kindness, lack of compassion and a lack of community.
AssetGraphs is an App, created for those who like to analyze their own data. It represents NXT API results as complex networks of accounts & shareholders, in an easy visual format with GUI. The graphs show clearly what account owns which assets, and which accounts & assets are similar to another. Available are the buyer’s perspective and the asset issuer’s perspective.
CORE Media intends to provide legitimacy to assets built on the most innovative blockchain-based platforms like NXT via its numerous media channels. With a variety of skilled writers and dedicated professionals presenting the most up-to-date cryptocurrency news, CORE Media will introduce the world to the ‘Internet of Money’. Operating in conjunction with CORE Media are ‘CORE’ the Asset, CORE Magazine and CORE Radio.
After a long anticipated wait, NXTinfo.org is finally ready for the public. The website is run by Dee22 and KarlKarlsson, two prominent and active members within the NXT community. The aim of this website is to provide new services for traders and investors “including an average price calculator, a performance calculator and an asset evaluator. The latter two services are linked to our ‘historic Nxt dividend database’ which should certainly help to guarantee added value for users of our ecosystem.
We are born, spend most of our lives in public education or watching television. We hit 18 years of age, go to college for even more public education or we start working. We spend most our adults live in a mechanistic world, trading labor for food, shelter, and health care. Other than a few weeks of vacation every year, this is the vast majority of our lives.
October will be marked as a turning point for NXT as finally we will see an extensive PR campaign promoting the NXT platform. Those who have used NXT will know that NXT is a top tier cryptocurrency technology wise. However, even the best of technologies need professional PR and that is exactly what the Tennessee Project is.
Early in November SuperNet and NXT had what could best be described as a mini crisis. A common held belief within the NXT community is that SuperNet and NXT work side by side. It is true that the two entities are a match made in heaven, however sometimes friends disagree. When the words, “So I say goodbye” from highly respected SuperNet programmer JL777 appeared on the NXT forum, the world of NXT started running around like a bunch of headless chickens. Everyone had their own opinion and conspiracy theories appeared. As expected, the chaos ended and positive steps were taken to ensure a mindful and peaceful co-existence. So let’s take a step back and see what really happened.
It was an interesting month for and SuperNet. How would you describe the relationship between NXT and SuperNET now? The relationship between NXT and SuperNET is still as it always was, one of community co-operation and communication. Both project platforms have a great deal they can bring to the other and much has been accomplished in the twelve months or so since SuperNET’s inception, with many long-standing members of the NXT community putting themselves forward to help develop and promote the various facets of this ‘Crypto 2.0’ environment.
Does everyone remember that day when Mt.Gox was allegedly hacked and lost approximately 400 million US dollars. This event in itself caused shockwaves around the world. People began to lose faith in cryptocurrency, how on earth could a website holding millions of dollars worth of bitcoins be compromised to a small group of hackers? I remember talking with my friends about the issue, with their limited knowledge on the bitcoin ecosystem they came to the conclusion bitcoin was hacked. Those who understand bitcoin know it was the centralised exchange which was compromised, not bitcoin itself.