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Nxtchain will take over BSC!

Introducing NXT Technologies – Enterprise Meets Bllockchain

Missed early ETH or BNB? Dont miss the NXT opportunity! Layer 1 blockchan

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NXTchain is now live!! NXTchain will take over BSC!

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NXTChain launches today!

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NXTchain launches in 2 days

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Missed out on early ETH? Don't miss NXT!

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Missed out on early ETH? Don't miss NXT!

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NXT New L1 Blockchain Project Utilizing Proof of Authority Validators * Energy Efficient, 1000 TPS *

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Missed out on early ETH? checknout NXT!

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What Is Ergo (ERG)?

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I bet we could find a similar comment from 2015 saying the same about BTC, LTC, DASH, BTS, MAID, NXT

The official release of NXT asset exchange on the main network happened at the 135'000th block, 12 May 2014. XRPL launched in 2012 with the first L1 mainnet Dex.

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NXT is truly next level technology. Smart, efficient and with a professional team, you are early to the next ETH BNB.

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NXT! And Oyster Pearl, Reddcoin too

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Ardor and NXT

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Buying more Ardor and $NXT as we speak!

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Ergo is completely open-source, no ICO/IDO/VCs/ nor pre-mine with 95.5% of the supply distributed publicly The reason why I mentioned the co-founder is because his solid track record is an extra asset that most other coins lack He was core dev of $NXT, the first pure PoS blockchain. He then co-founded smartcontracts.com (which then became Chainlink), he worked on Cardano in its early days, and then he moved on to Ergo He himself said "take control of the Ergo ecosystem in any way you can", to encourage devs to join in and contribute to grow the ecosystem That's how unique tools such as the first non-interactive and non-custodial mixer in the crypto space were developed on Ergo. No external founding whatsoever It's the most grassroots community I've ever stumbled upon, no sketchy marketing campaigns but only very educative content pushed regularly (extensive weekly updates, both in written and video form, interviews with devs etc.)

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I don’t think this one had much former glory: NXT. NXT was an early PoS platform w/rudimentary smart contracts and launched 2-years before Ethereum. I don’t know the details of the launch but presumably they weren’t in bed with JP Morgan Chase and the Saudi Royal Family.

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One of the biggest red flags to look out for **Shitcoin Robber Barons** - crypto is essentially printing your own money and there are a ton of people who have created and/or abandoned multiple projects enriching themselves. Jed McCaleb - Ripple founder - Stellar founder - Mt. Gox exchange founder, sold exchange under shady circumstances Charles Hoskinson - Bitshares Co-founder - BitUSD co-founder- larges algorithmic stablecoin a few years back that depegged and collapsed many years before LUNA https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20141206/, he is creating another another "amazing" "formally verified" algorithmic stablecoin on Cardano https://twitter.com/iohk_charles/status/1405737563030183936 - ETH co-founder - Cardano founder Dan Larimer - EOS founder - Bitshares co-founder - BitUSD co-founder - Steem founder Kris Marszalek - Monaco - Crypto.com - Multiple companies that have faced bankruptcy and lawsuits over shady practices https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/jf8bx4/history_of_kris_cryptocoms_ceo/g9jda1n/ Da Hongfei and Erik Zhang - NEO - ONT - Shilled countless shitcoins in the NEO Ecosystem Sergey Ivancheglo and Dominik Schiener - IOTA - NXT - JINN Jusin Sun - TRON - Bittorrent DJ Qian - Qtum - Vechain

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I remember when NXT was worth a dollar. 🥲 Wherever I go, they go

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Yeh, any OGs remember NXT??

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Here's CoinMarketCap exactly 7 years ago: https://web.archive.org/web/20150518124119/https://coinmarketcap.com/ You will find "long term holds" such as NXT, Bitshares, MaidSafeCoin, BanxShares, ByteCoin, InfiniteCoin, YBCoin, MonaCoin, and Faircoin

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PeerCoin, NXT, Dash

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Alright, here's something from someone that's been into crypto since before ASICS existed for Bitcoin: Every market cycle posts like yours pop up. And every time, a bunch of people nod in agreement. And every time the bull picks back up it happens all over again. The number of next big things I've seen, digibyte, bitshares, NXT, EOS, tron, and then the erc20 icos that aren't even worth mentioning... I come around and I tell them, sometimes, every now and then, and they get mad and talk about APY and the team and whatever else. Crypto.com, solana, Terra, I've seen this all about 5 times, the only thing that's changed is the stakes have gotten bigger. It's no sense trying to help them. Some kids only learn not to touch the stove by getting burned. Some projects become what they were trying to become, they won't be big and they won't be small but they'll get built. Some like this would be Augur, Golem, Maker, Digix (while it lasted). Then, some will be good projects and they'll get built, but they won't catch traction in markets for some reason and they'll just be there, a hobbyists toy for the early adopters. An example of this is Grin. Those types of projects are great, but they won't make you rich. The rest are scams, cash grabs, moonshots where the devs have a scammy exit strategy if it fails, and really bad ideas. 90% of these are scams, 10% are the rest. And of the handful of cool things that have been built and now exist, almost none of them are going to make you rich with hodl. If you're in it for the money, or just want some capital in the coming financial system, just sit on some bitcoin and some ETH, convert it when you need to mess with something cool. Beyond that, man, people aren't gonna take your advice, people aren't gonna take my advice, once the hype starts up and the fomo begins all this shit goes out the window. You're wasting your breath. I could write up a way, right now, to select projects with a higher likelihood of being worthwhile, that everyone into crypto says they agree with til the fomo starts, it's very simple, but I've said it a million times and people don't listen so what's the point.

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This is what happened in 2018. We went lower and lower and lower and people sold. It’s rough not to, but remember that coins like Dash and NXT never recovered.

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> but how can anything be a fair lauch after the knowledge that just make one of these coins for money got out? Because then everyone has equal knowledge. Not just some nerds mining like in early BTC; we have tons of people from around the world and loads in developing countries where electricity is cheaper. The devs didn't have an advantage for months/years while people gained interest. In BTC's favour - it's sheer size makes it way more decentralised currently - but humans always innovate. > kushti kushti: > > Let me pull the things into another perspective. I witnessed a lot in the space (such as rise and failure of different communities) and survived three crypto-winters. And clearly there are some development paths leading to inevitable failures, and there are some paths likely leading to success. E.g. take a look into Monero which survived crypto-winters successfully and gaining more and more traction over time (it has own problems for sure). Or take a look into the Bitcoin ) > so I think following things matter: > > 1) fair launch (no premine / ICO) (initial distribution was a huge problem for e.g. NXT) > > 2) some dev fund seems to be needed these days (w. greedy exchanges etc) , but it should have clear goals and a termination date (as any public institution) > > 3) do not sell to VCs and other big players, but maximize partnerships with them > > 4) less fancy features in the core, more on application layer (another huge problem for NXT which had few community splits because of breaking changes in the core) > > 5) (4) could mean slower development, but more sustainable and faster ecosystem in the long-term > > 6) concentration on healthy community growth and networking effect

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Read up on NXT. Total douchebag move...

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Alex Chepurnoy developed a framework for blockchains called Scorex, which gave birth to other several chains like Waves (and more). He is also a former Chainlink (back then called smartcontract.com) and Cardano dev. And a former NXT dev, which I believe was the first PoS blockchain.

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The core-dev from Ergo was also a core-dev at NXT (first pure PoS) and helped build ADA. It's PoW on purpose! :)

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NXT is just horrible i bought 5 years ago and it only went down

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ARDOR/ NXT - held since 2013 up until 2020. Project is going nowhere.

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NXT

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> Many coins have gone to zero. Have they though? Sure, yeah, for random shitcoins, but almost all former top coins have not. Let's take a look at the top coins from all the way back in 2015 and what their price is now comparatively: * Bitcoin -> Many x * Ripple -> Many x * Litecoin -> Many x * Paycoin -> Nearly Dead * Bitshares -> 2x * MaidSafeCoin -> 10x * Stellar -> Many x * NXT -> 1x (Same price) * DOGE -> Many x * PeerCoin -> 2x Only one coin from 2015's top 10 is dead. The situation is similar for every other year as well.

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Exactly. I hate to respond to these people with common sense. But holding bags of random alts is what annihilated people during the last bear market. Do people not realize that most of the hot alts of 2017 still haven’t gotten to their ATHs? Neo, nano, OMG, Tron NXT, Ardr. They were replaced by CRO, shib, Algo, sol etc. those coins will be replaced and left behind in the next bull run. Bitcoin is going to be the ark that everyone climbs onto.

Mentions:#OMG#NXT#CRO
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“I’m really concerned about Bank of England printing money out of thin air.” If he is really concerned about that, he would choose NXT coin (or another 100% premined AND distributed) coin instead of BTC, to his state coin.

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My bet is on ERG ERGO. If you take the time to research it you will see that it has prob the best utility and potential use out of the PoW suitors. ERG founder also founded smartcontracts.com (AKA Chainlink) and NXT. He was also a core developer at Cardano. ERGO has lots going for it.

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NuNet (NXT) just dropped a week ago. I won't go into a long post about it but check it out. It's s around 13 cents right now

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Alexander Chepurnoy Active in blockchain since 2011, Chepurnoy (kushti) has written over 20 academic papers and more than 15 years experience in software development. Co-founder of ERGO, he was also a co-founder of smartcontract.com (now Chainlink), a core developer at NXT, and one of the first employees at IOHK, where he was a Research Fellow and Team Scorex Manager. Dmitry Meshkov Meshkov (catena) has a PhD in physics and over 10 years experience in software development. He has written several peer-reviewed papers on crypto and has worked with Chepurnoy on the Scorex project since 2015. Co-founder and Core Developer at ERGO, Meshkov was an RD Researcher at IOHK, focussed on building a framework for blockchain prototyping. Alexander Slesarenko Slesarenko (morphic) is an ERGO Foundation Board Member and graduate of Applied Mathematics from Udmurt State University. He is founder of Scalan and has extensive experience in software development as a team leader, architect and researcher. Slesarenko is a Blockchain Core Developer and Lead Developer of ErgoScript at ERGO, and an Expert Team Leader at Huawei Research Lab. Robert Kornacki Kornacki, the creator and host of the Ergo Cast, has been an ERGO community member from day 1 and has been involved with Cardano since 2017. In 2019, he was named a dLab/EMURGO Fellow and in 2020, as EMURGO’s Head of R&D, he became a board member of the ERGO Foundation. Mohammad Hasan Samadani Mohammad (mhs\_sam) has a PhD in computer science and over 12 years of experience in security and software development as product owner, researcher, and team leader. He developed the ERGO mining softwares, Stratum server, and ergopool (smart contract based pool to bypass pool-resistancy of Autolykos v1) and became an ERGO Foundation Board Member in 2020. Joseph Armeanio Joseph has been involved in crypto on the investment side since 2013, and was a partner CIO at Big Bear Investments. Joseph has been on the board of Universal Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization since 2008. He brings a passion for counter economic frameworks, and tools for social good. His role as business developer is creating partnerships in the crypto industry as well as educational partnerships, research opportunities and driving the adoption of Ergo tooling in the public and non-profit sectors. Ilya Oskin Oskin (oskin1) is a Software Engineer, Lead Scala Developer at mail.ru. Dmitry Usov Usov (eilemust / deadit) is a Software Engineer, ex. Frontend Team Lead at Citymobil, Javascript developer at Chatfuel. Konstantin Knizhnik Knizhnik has a PhD in Computer Science and is an experienced Software Solution Architect ​ Vasily Kharin Kharin is a Researcher and a co-author, along with Alexander Chepurnoy and Dmitry Meshkov, of ‘Self-Reproducing Coins as Universal Turing Machine’, a novel approach towards achieving Turing-completeness of a blockchain system. Mike Aksarin Aksarin is a Scala backend developer. Graduated from Saint Petersburg ITMO University with a Masters in Computer Science. He has worked for companies such as Siemens Business Services, Gazprom, and Yandex.

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I bought link at 25 cents and held till $30. However I also bought Neo, WTC, TRX, NXT, Ark, Ambrosus, ICX, and it cancelled out my link gains.

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Until the decoupling happens. Bitcoin is outdated tech and I'm surprised it has remained dominant in the market for this long. Bitcoin is far too slow, expensive, energy intensive and feature less to have a long term future and receive mainstream adoption. Store of value? Literally any other cryptocurrency can have this usecase and can also save people money on transaction fees. Also new users are much less likely to want to buy Bitcoin as the odds of it doubling/tripleing are very low compared to a coin with a market cap of 10 billion or so. So eventually investors will flock to a new coin with low energy consumption, low/no transaction fees, very fast confirmation times and lots of features (smart contracts, NFTs ETC) ETH is not this coin either as it suffers from all of the problems Bitcoin does. Even after the 2.0 upgrade PoS will lead to centralization among the rich (those with the most stake.) That's why NXT the first fully PoS Blockchain abandoned the idea and the founders created IOTA.

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I'm with you on algorand. I'm going to say everything that gets shilled hard. Iota, nano, solana, algo, everything. I've been through 2 bear markets (real bear markets, not these 6 month ranging markets weak hands screech about) and every single time a bull starts going these things jump out the woodwork and are the next big thing. The only one that has ever amounted to shit was ethereum. Remember NXT? EOS? NEO? About the only thing that isn't garbage is cardano, and that's still around from the last cycle. If something can make it through a bear it might not be the next big thing, but it's definitely worth something. Nothing makes it through a bear without having something going for it.

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Let me tell you a little story about NXT and an airdrop known as IGNIS that got allllllll kinds of F'd up. By the time certain U.S exchanges we're credited with the Ignis the price had plummeted and NXT has been delisted across the board. Horrid attempt at a project.

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Also LISK and NXT. Holders got totally rekt

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Hmmm how about some NXT NFTs?

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Feathercoin, peercoin, NXT, megacoin, omni

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$NXT NEXT - that was hot until everybody realized the emperor had no clothes on.

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Georgi from Ambire team here. As an old school crypto boomer, I still keep memories from: \-DASH (a top 5-6 coin at the time), previously known as Darkcoin - one of the biggest gainers in the world of crypto so far) \-TenX (they were supposed to be the first crypto project with a real-world card attached) \-Atonomi (very hyped around ICO) \-Decred (hyped for mining) \-NXT, Verge, NEM (some of them probably still in top 100/200)

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This is a good example of never trusting Reddit for financial advice. I’m not saying you did that but… In 2017 I read a lot about people taking out loans to buy crypto. This sub in particular in late 2017 when bitcoin was at its peak and alts were on their way up, said bitcoin was dead. It cause a lot of people to buy things like NEO, Ark, OMG, Bat, NXT, VTC, Nano, Tron and dump their bitcoin. While bitcoin dumped hard Those coins dumped way harder, people lost their minds. This sub was dead, and everyone associated with it was on the Crypto is dead boat. Fast forward to 2020 bitcoin pumped hard and all those other coins I just listed are still way under their ATHs. Now there are shiny new alt coins people are taking out loans to buy. History repeats itself. Buy bitcoin, HODL or lose.

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Weirdly DOGE has performed the beat for me at this exact moment in time. I bought $77 at just under 1 cent and it increased 2550% Cardano #2 bought at $0.14 for a 1420% increase However I DCA’d most of my portfolio into bitcoin for an average coin cost of $23,088 per coin it’s up 1200% I’m even up on Neo, Ark, Bat, XLM, and Vert none of which are anywhere near their ATHs. So moral of the story. Buy mostly Bitcoin because if you asked anybody what would be hot today 4 years ago. Nobody would have said DOGE or CARDANO. They would have said, NEO, TRON, NANO, OMG, NXT, ARK, BAT, Which are extremely held back in price.

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Join us LIVE on the 29th October at 4PM CET! NiceTalk is the crypto show from NiceHash featuring expert insight and commentary on the latest events in crypto! Join us live on the last Friday of each month at 4PM CET (10AM ET) for the hottest talk on blockchain, mining, and digital currencies with special guests. Take a peak behind the scenes and meet our team, where we'll be talking with other experts from around the crypto industry. This episode's special guests are from the ERGO foundation We are happy to announce Alex (Kushti) Chepurnoy, Joseph Armeanio, and Mark Glasgow from ERGO will be joining us for this episode and talking about the future of ERGO and its mining opportunities after ETH 2.0.We'll also be discussing ERGO smart contracts, it's privacy focus, and what makes Autolykos different from other PoW algorithms, as well as other interesting features and use cases of ERGO such as stablecoins and hackathons! Guests Alex (Kushti) Chepurnoy - Co-Founder and Core Developer of Ergo PlatformActive in blockchain since 2011, Alex (Kushti) has written over 20 academic papers and more than 15 years experience in software development. Co-founder of ERGO, he was also a co-founder of smartcontract.com (now Chainlink), a core developer at NXT, and one of the first employees at IOHK, where he was a Research Fellow and Team Scorex Manager. Joseph Armeanio- Business Developer of Ergo FoundationJoseph has been involved in crypto on the investment side since 2013. He brings a passion for counter economic frameworks and tools for social good. His role as a business developer is creating partnerships in the crypto industry as well as educational partnerships, research opportunities, and driving the adoption of Ergo tooling in the public and non-profit sectors. Mark Glasgow - Head of Community ManagementMark represents the community to the Ergo Foundation and has over 15 years of experience working in decentralized communities. As a Computing Science graduate with a personal passion for improving inclusive systems, Mark is also the Technical Director for Disabled Students UK CIC, a non-profit, making universities accountable to their disabled students and disability law.You can also find out more about ERGO in the links below: Official Website: https://www.ergoplatform.org White Paper: https://ergoplatform.org/docs/whitepaper.pdf Twitter: https://twitter.com/ergoplatformorg Reddit reddit.com/r/ergonauts

Mentions:#CET#ETH#NXT
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Join us LIVE on the 29th October at 4PM CET! NiceTalk is the crypto show from NiceHash featuring expert insight and commentary on the latest events in crypto! Join us live on the last Friday of each month at 4PM CET (10AM ET) for the hottest talk on blockchain, mining, and digital currencies with special guests. Take a peak behind the scenes and meet our team, where we'll be talking with other experts from around the crypto industry. This episode's special guests are from the ERGO foundation We are happy to announce Alex (Kushti) Chepurnoy, Joseph Armeanio, and Mark Glasgow from ERGO will be joining us for this episode and talking about the future of ERGO and its mining opportunities after ETH 2.0.We'll also be discussing ERGO smart contracts, it's privacy focus, and what makes Autolykos different from other PoW algorithms, as well as other interesting features and use cases of ERGO such as stablecoins and hackathons! Guests Alex (Kushti) Chepurnoy - Co-Founder and Core Developer of Ergo PlatformActive in blockchain since 2011, Alex (Kushti) has written over 20 academic papers and more than 15 years experience in software development. Co-founder of ERGO, he was also a co-founder of smartcontract.com (now Chainlink), a core developer at NXT, and one of the first employees at IOHK, where he was a Research Fellow and Team Scorex Manager. Joseph Armeanio- Business Developer of Ergo FoundationJoseph has been involved in crypto on the investment side since 2013. He brings a passion for counter economic frameworks and tools for social good. His role as a business developer is creating partnerships in the crypto industry as well as educational partnerships, research opportunities, and driving the adoption of Ergo tooling in the public and non-profit sectors. Mark Glasgow - Head of Community ManagementMark represents the community to the Ergo Foundation and has over 15 years of experience working in decentralized communities. As a Computing Science graduate with a personal passion for improving inclusive systems, Mark is also the Technical Director for Disabled Students UK CIC, a non-profit, making universities accountable to their disabled students and disability law.You can also find out more about ERGO in the links below: Official Website: https://www.ergoplatform.org White Paper: https://ergoplatform.org/docs/whitepaper.pdf Twitter: https://twitter.com/ergoplatformorg Reddit reddit.com/r/ergonauts

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Each NXT coin is a small virtual mining rig. In Bitcoin they have real mining rigs but in Nxt it's all virtual and you can take it anywhere with you, wherever you and your laptop go, this is the convenience of Nxt. Start a client, log in, make sure forging is enabled and you're forging. Do it 24/7 or whenever you feel like. Forging secures the network and your investment. The more NXT coins you have the more "hashrate" in the NXT network you got. You need to have the minimum of 1000 NXT coins to forge. In the official client there is a red/green forging indicator in the top left corner. With small balance it will take a long time to generate a block but I personally did it with as small amount as 6000 NXT, it took me a long time though. It's like you're a small miner in Bitcoin with only a couple of ASIC machines. More coins (mining rigs) increase your chance. You can forge on an average laptop in Nxt. Unlike Bitcoin where you need to buy hardware, in Nxt you need to get more NXT coins, any laptop will do for forging.

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If coins like NXT or DGB are considered shitcoins, that would imply you should stay away. However, if you were to buy them right now and they follow other alts in a future pump, you'll make potentially 500% easy. So, why should someone stay away when the potential gains or so high.

Mentions:#NXT#DGB
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You are right about holding. I was really into crypto in 2015 and bought a lot of different coins that if I had held on to would have made a fortune. But sometime around then I started paying attention to Bitcoin and consolidated all my coin investments straight into buying BTC. Of course, that was also a smart strategy for long term. Not very exciting, but extremely prudent. I did have a bargain with NXT which I forgot about. It rose to 8 grand, but I lost my passphrase and had to eat the loss. Lesson learned. Now my BTC portfolio is stable, I have started to play with Shib for fun and Hedera for long term.

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From the top of my head, NXT, Bitshares and PrimeCoin, but not completely wiped out since there are some exchanges that keep them running

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How 1000 $ would have grown if you invested them in the top 10 cryptocurrencies on January 15, 2014: 1 Bitcoin (BTC) 4818% = 4918 $ 2 Litecoin (LTC) 492% = $ 592 3 Ripple (XRP) 4500% = $ 4600 4 Peercoin (PPC) -89% = $ 11 5 OMNI (OMNI) -97.5% = 2.5 $ 6 NXT (NXT Generation) -62% = 38 $ 7 NMC (Namecoin) -77% = 23 $ 8 QRK (Quark) -88% = 12 $ 9 DOGE (Dogecoin) 57042% = 57142 $ 10 PTS 0 $ Total $ 67338

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Stake NXT

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Peercoin was actually the first successful implementation. Cardano was one of the first along with NXT and Algorand after Peercoin

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PPC, NXT, OMG, WTC, DASH, MAID, XEM, ICN, QTUM, just to name a few. All top 10 at some point, I bet you haven't even heard of half of them now. And *all* of them had thousands of ppl online who were eager to tell you 10 amazing reasons why it's got the *best* partnerships and the *best* tech and how it's a guaranteed good long-term hold. Don't believe the hype. Be skeptical. Internet communities get fascinated with a new coin every few months and it often has nothing to do with whether it's going to actually succeed or not.

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Didn't know the IOTA founders were the same people that built NXT

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Keep buying more NXT, buy the dips and hodl.

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Mate, I am not shilling NXT or anything. I am only a moon farmer.

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The main dev was a core dev at NXT - the first PoS, and where eUTXO started. He left IOHK/ADA to make a PoW precisely for a long-term solution.

Mentions:#NXT#ADA
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the core dev (founder) of Ergo was the core dev of the first ever pure POS blockchain called NXT. Ergos core dev has brought his experiences from co-founding smartcontracscom (now known as LINK) and his core dev position in NXT to Ergo. Ergo is built up based on all the experiences the core dev has learnt throughout his career, and is continously improving both existing and implementing newer features that hasn't been thought of yet.

Mentions:#NXT#LINK
r/BitcoinSee Comment

>Bitcoin is not proof of stake NXT was. No one cared.

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Wrong title, it should be HODL!! But HODL can be a good strategy, if you would have bought the top 10 coins of 1/1/2016 each for $ 100 dollar each your $ 1,000 investment would have been worth around $ 550,000. Unfortunately I was not in crypto at the point. These are coins in the top 10 back then, and how much they would be worth now. |Coin|Quantity (for $ 100)|Value Now (13 sept.)| |:-|:-|:-| |BTC - Bitcoin|0.2302|$ 10,191| |XRP - Ripple|16,792.61|$ 17,755| |LTC - Litecoin|28.49|$ 5,049| |ETH - Ethereum|105.49|$ 341,036| |DASH - Dash|29.59|$ 5.701| |DOGE - Dogecoin|647,668.39|$ 152,934| |PPC - Peercoin|240.56|$ 109| |BTS - BitShares|28,901.73|$ 1,217| |XLM - Stellar|57,208.24|$ 18,066| |NXT - Nxt|14,794.54|$ 160| |Total Value ||$ 552,218|

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NXT One of my first purchases when I had no idea what I was doing. Whereas now I have no idea what I am doing.

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Just like in 2017/18 when IOTA hyped up bogus partnerships and adoption by various companies and governments, they are again hyping up being one of the 7 participants in providing consultation services for the EU Blockchain project as the possibility of the EU adopting IOTA. It's only a 48 month consultation service to improve the EBSI.. > This pre-commercial procurement (PCP) supports the development of new capabilities for the future version of the European Blockchain Service Infrastructure (EBSI) https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:565744-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML&src=0 ..the EBSI is built on hyperledger > The EBSI v1.0 Infrastructure Specification ...Hyperlegedger Fabric Blockchain https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/Minimum+Technical+Requirements+for+an+EBSI+v1.0+NODE+Deployment ..IOTA itself is in no way part of the EBSI. Search ESBI site for IOTA, no results https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/EBSI Search EBSI broschure for IOTA, no results https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/download/attachments/410551170/CEF_EBSI_Brochure.pdf?api=v2 IOTA and its team have a history of pumping and dumping various projects including NXT, JINN and abandoning most of their roadmap goals for IOTA itself which were hyped in 2017/18. This group includes Dominik Schiener who in the posted article is making misleading comments again. Here is Dominik stating in 2017 that they will have prototypes ready soon for the JINN hardware project which they tooke money from investors in 2014, a project which they exited delivering absolutely nothing. > "Yeah, we have a hardware startup, it was created in 2014 and it's still ongoing and we'll have some prototypes ready soon" - Dominik Schiener, August 2017 https://youtu.be/EXjCqT-oK9M?t=1673

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Ardor (ARDR). Decentralized smart-contract platform from Jelurida, the creators of NXT, which were the first ones to implement Proof of Stake. It has child-chains as a scalability solution, messaging and cloud services. The wallet is really nice as well, however they don't do much marketing at all and it's at place #212 with $280m market cap.

Mentions:#ARDR#NXT
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$800 in 2017 NXT/IGNIS ICO Swap. Horribly put together by the devs, they encouraged scams, and allowed an insider whale to buy up the entire amount of IGNIS before the time they told the public that the swap was happening. We were set up by the devs to fail. It was a learning experience that made me upset for a couple of hours, luckily I got over it quick and learned to do my research before investing in garbage projects. I tell people to stay the fuck away from NXT, ARDR and IGNIS every chance I get now. The team behind it are probably planning there next get rich scheme as we speak.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Luckily my regrets have been learning experiences that haven’t costed me a ton of money. I’ve always kept about 80% bitcoin in my portfolio which I’ve HODL’d for years, and I don’t ever trade. Not under any circumstances would I ever trade. I researched and made some good picks, and am sticking with them. But once I participated in the NXT/IGNIS Coin swap ICO. It was so poorly managed by the NXT devs that tons of people got fucked. I lost all my NXT but it was only like $800. It stung but I got over it and learned a lesson.

Mentions:#NXT#IGNIS
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A lot of new people to the crypto space really haven't experienced a rugpull yet. In almost every single project investors are eventually left bagholders whether it is a pure money grab or because tokenomics puts the vast majority of the supply in the hands founders and insiders. The Bitcoin is outdated and we have a better technology narrative has been used to lure investors and in the vast majority of cases, investors have been losing their money since 2013 when better than Bitcoin projects came to the scene. There are some really interesting projects with technical merits but looking at how the supply was distributed with the founders, developers, insiders, now VCs and/or "the foundation" keeping the majority of the supply to themselves while the price pumps with limited supply released to the public, I don't see how things are going to be any different from 2013 and 2017. 2013 - https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20131231/ NXT -First coin that was 100% Proof of Stake - 1.5 minutes block times - Java - DEX - Messaging - Assets in the blockchain - Programmable APIs NameCoin - Decentralized DNS - One of the first to have support for NFTs PrimeCoin - Vitalik referred to PrimeCon developer Sunny King as the "the single most original altcoin developer" and if PrimeCoin and Bitcoin were released in 2008, PrimeCoin would have won https://talk.peercoin.net/t/transcript-of-sunny-king-interview-with-vitalik-buterin-from-bitcoinmagazine/463 PeerCoin - First Proof of Stake coin 2017 - https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20171231/ Some of the narratives that were sold in 2017 included: - XRP is the Standard. Banks are about to adopt XRP as the settlement and interoperability layer for the internet of value. - Stratis (this was once the #8 on marketcap) is the future of Blockchain tech, smart contracts written in C#. Devs are going to flock to the platform - IOTA (was once #4 on marketcap) is going to be the backbone for the "machine to machine (M2M) economy, the underlying protocol for the internet of things - NEO (once staple top 10) is going to bring the smart economy to China by by smart contracts and digigtal assets. The potential is just huge in China. - SIA and Golem are going to revolutionize tech creating a paradigm shift in storage and computing - ICON is the Korean Ethereum because they partnered with a ton of Korean banks, hospitals, universities. This will be huge in Korea because Koreans support their own projects and this will hyperconnect the world. - REQuest Network is the most important financial project to crypto. This is the paypal of crypto. - Raiblocks (Nano) is fast and feeless and will kill every inefficient blockchain currency

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Lets buy some cheap coins like XLM or TRX or maybe NXT (nxt is old and cheap af) and create recycling machines that will pay small amount of crypto into an exchange or something

Mentions:#XLM#TRX#NXT
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The best example of good tech not winning is NXT. Never heard of it? Well, it launched in 2013, it is POS, from 2016 it has smart contracts, it has asset (nft included) support from launch, it has a dex running, it has a messaging system in place which means it can be used as a file storage, ot has .02 usd transaction fees, it is capable of sustained 100 tps. And it had all that (but smart contracts) in fucking 2013. Lets think what crypto was like in 2013, 4th december 2013 is the first time on wayback machine that shows nxt on coinmarketcap. It was 12th out of 43 coins, btc was at 1120$ and it would not go much higher until 2017. Nxt serves as a basis for Ardor (ARDR), that is what dot tries to be. It is a single chain with other chains connected. Each child chain has its own assets and protocol, and beind connected to ardor secures it and allows swaps between child chains. So yeah, best tech not always wins, nxt had close to 7 years now and is a rank 779 coin.

Mentions:#NXT#ARDR
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I don't think that this difference in circulating supply alone can justify the difference in market cap. NXT has been fully distributed for years and its market cap is below the market cap of NIM. I can't read people's minds so I can't tell you why it is as it is :)

Mentions:#NXT#NIM
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I don't think that this difference in circulating supply alone can justify the difference in market cap. NXT has been fully distributed for years and its market cap is below the market cap of NIM. I can't read people's minds so I can't tell you why it is as it is :)

Mentions:#NXT#NIM
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This really isn't true and I can explain why. I've been 'heavy' into crypto for almost 10 years. If you looked me up on Bitcointalk you'd see I've worked on projects, created tools even a game for Bitcoin. The earlier it was, the riskier crypto seemed. Even at one point when Bitcoin was just a couple hundred bucks having more than a few grand seemed sort of irresponsible as it was all so new. It also went dead for years. I sat on BTC for 3 straight years at 600$ with a seeming missed opportunity on putting the money into dividend stocks. (or something similar) What else, many of us dabbled in other cryptos, I had 10,000 in NXT which basically died. At each price point in BTC, you had to deal with gut wrenching 90% drops but as I said, being bored to death was the real struggle for me. An of course things come up, my wife's car broke down and I gave her a BTC (when they were 5k). It's still like having money in a savings account and it's hard not to dip into when you need it. So one datapoint, I've been here since 2012. I spent thousands of hours reading and working on crypto related things. I had at most \~10 BTC and traded for equities. I later sold those and tried to claw back to the original BTC count steadily moving up from 1.3 BTC to 6. (but then had to drop one for a down payment on a house) I don't think it is as you imagine it.

Mentions:#BTC#NXT
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All the time. QNT NXT etc.

Mentions:#QNT#NXT
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Yep Ergo does look very promising indeed, Alexander Chepurnoy has quite some skin in the crypto game since 2011 and was involved with various interesting projects like NXT and chainlink. These are the type of projects that I'm looking for, projects with solid teams.

Mentions:#NXT
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Because ADA aims to be a PoS smart contract platform, which isn't something new. There are plenty of smart contract platforms running on PoS, going back to _2013_ even (NXT). E.g. there is Tezos, Ardor, ARK, EOS, Tron and a dozen more, all doing smart contracts secured by proof-of-stake. Therefore many don't see the why ADA would have more chances to stay relevant than e.g. EOS, which was the "big next ETH killer PoS smart contract platform" last run 2017.

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Something that NXT did in 2014 but whatever

Mentions:#NXT
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My two main favorites in my bag are becoming ETH and VET. For all my wrestling/NXT fans, in my best Cameron Grimes voice: "We're going to...the...moon!"

Mentions:#ETH#VET#NXT
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I am really interested in Ergo and what it's going to bring to the crypto spacer and ADA with it. I think it's going to be a really incredible oracle (amognst other uses) for ERG and ADA. In case you weren't aware, the founder is Alex Chepurnoy. >The lead developer of Ergo, Alex (Kushti) Chepurnoy, has been in the blockchain sector since 2011. He has built various projects such as smartcontract.com (old Chainlink), NXT, Scorex and he is a researcher of IOHK with over 20 papers under his name.

Mentions:#ADA#ERG#NXT
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It could cause it. Could also do nothing. No one knows for sure. Hodl. DCA. Rinse. Repeat. More words so it doesn’t look like a carbon copy moon farm replay. Pancake mix. We are NXT. First two sentences of paragraph one are still true though.

Mentions:#NXT
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We are NXT.

Mentions:#NXT
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What is ERGO? ERGO is a revolutionary UTXO-based blockchain protocol built to be an efficient and secure financial contracts platform with radically new DeFi functionality. Founded by some of Charles Hoskinson’s favourite technologists, who also contributed to the development of CARDANO, NXT, Scorex, WAVES and smartcontract.com (now known as CHAINLINK), ERGO is a proof of work (PoW) blockchain platform with Turing complete smart contracts that employs a number of advanced features like zero-knowledge proofs, ring signatures, oracles, and adjustable block size. ERGO’s Sigma protocols and blockchain architecture make it possible to do things that would be difficult on conventional smart contract platforms, enabling a high degree of privacy while ensuring security is not compromised. While the range of possible decentralised financial (DeFi) use cases is endless, examples include: stablecoins, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), oracle pools and the trustless mixing of funds (ErgoMixer) which enables participants to spend without anyone knowing who made the transactions. In 2020, ERGO partnered with EMURGO to jointly explore stablecoin R&D and the provision of DeFi applications by leveraging each other’s respective expertise in CARDANO’s technical structures and UTXO-based smart contracts.

Mentions:#NXT#WAVES#D
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NXT....worst.coin.evet. The Ignis airdrop was a disaster, as well. The 250 NXT bought for the AD still sits on exchange and can't sell it, can't move it...it's only value is as a reminder that most airdrops are a ride to get you to buy a shitcoin. Lesson learned...

Mentions:#NXT
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NXT. I still believe in you, little buddy.

Mentions:#NXT
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Same mistake I did, and I should have known, coming from another failed project that was NXT

Mentions:#NXT
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IOTA seeks to implement the cleanest version possible of the Nakamoto consensus. And right now, the consensus mechanism they have chosen is something called Metaverse. The conclusion: an absurd sounding network that actually scales as the number of participants increases! Spam will be good for the network. An infinitely shardable network, meaning limitless throughput and scalability. And scarily energy efficient (the energy numbers, which can be looked up on the IOTA dot org site, are surreal. It leaves not just PoW and PoS, but even other DAG protocols in the dust). Plus it's inherently feeless. Imagine the potential. Smart contracts, digital assets, stable coins, NFTs, swapping/trading "companies" (like TangleSea) all hosted on a super fast, free, and infinitely scalable platform. And green as heck, an ESG dream come true. It's the ideological successor of the NXT project, which gave the world the idea of true PoS. And it goes much much further. Yes, there have been a lot of hiccups and misadventures, but it's efficiently run now, via a non-profit registered in Germany. There's also an upcoming DAO (based in Switzerland) to promote the ecosystem and its development. But you know what I like most about the project? Sovereign self identity (SSI) and edge data reliability. IOTA is a protocol that is working with OMG to ensure ISO protocols to provide SSI not just to humans and organizations but also to machines. And all data scientists know that edge data from sensors is notoriously unreliable. IOTA is working on Project Alvarium with Dell and Intel to provide a trust later for edge data. It's the logical evolution to Satoshi's dream.

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Doesn't try refuting any of the points I make and also thinks that forcing people to pay to play a game is revolutionary..... ​ Also the fact that you said 'it's about the platform' when the platform is literally "Pay us money to play our games, but you can only use this crypto" ​ Only the biggest dumb fuck in the world would think that's a unique/revolutionary idea....Wow, the ability to have people pay to play flash games or whatever shitty mobile game they make... ​ ***'PAC MAN WAS JUST A TEST DUDE TRUST ME THE NXT GAMES ARE GNNA BE SO MUCH BETTER'*** ​ Yeah your just flat out dumb as fuck lmao, try refuting my points instead of your basic ass 'wELL uR jUST nOT smARt' without refuting a single point as I've been doing to every single one of your points.

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BTC pulls +5% and all the moonboys are going to 65k maybe 100k per a coin BTC pulls -5% WE ARE IN FUC*ING BEARMARKET FOR NXT 5 YEARS

Mentions:#BTC#NXT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NXT ​ Clearly not the next generation blockchain.

Mentions:#NXT
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AEW is good and NXT but I have kept watching since 1997ish so I might be biased. Yes I know, I never grew out of it ha ha

Mentions:#NXT
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

This is the way. I like both actually. NXT is my purist favorite and Ardor has many TXs per day due to companies actually using it, my favorite being Triffic and Treecycle.

Mentions:#NXT
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First and only really... I can't think of any pure PoS competitors. NXT has the market cornered.

Mentions:#NXT
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

Yeah for sure, NXT has people staking still and the chain is still actively worked on by Jelurida. They're not going away any time soon, they've been here for 8 years already!

Mentions:#NXT
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

NXT hasn't faded like Peer or Mastercoin have, they were just recently forked by Coop Network. The NXT network is actually used, the price just doesn't hold up to most other coins.

Mentions:#NXT
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I'm not actually sure but NXT is for sure pure Proof of Stake, it's the top selling point of it, and they were the first.

Mentions:#NXT
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

I love NXT for being first, but Ardor is now the crown of Jelurida's ecosystem, methinks. I do still stake some NXT but I own more ARDR now, and ARDR has far more going on.

Mentions:#NXT#ARDR
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>Most of these are just to enrich the founders. Check the Ergo Manifesto. No premine, ICO, or VC funds. ~5% dev fund. >Can someone actually tell me why we need another one Because you could mix wETH on ErgoDex in a non-custodial and non-interactive manner >lest of all one that uses a more inefficient consensus algorithm like Ergo? The founder helped build PoS (NXT), and Cardano (IOHK). He started a PoW to create robust, contractual money - on the tried and tested UTxO+PoW model.

Mentions:#NXT
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Ardor rocks. Jelrudia has done a great job on them and NXT. They don't get spoken about a lot on Reddit because they have mostly enterprise use-cases, but as the article mentions, real companies are using them to build their solutions, which is why I'm an investor.

Mentions:#NXT
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(and LINK and NXT). Also I've seen this same argument about Bitcoin, we only need Bitcoin! No other coins will survive!

Mentions:#LINK#NXT
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Yeah but not only NXT, from the article: > TreeCycle, which has a beautiful website worth seeing, brings the values of crowdfunding from Switzerland into a reforestation project in Paraguay, in order to fight against illegal deforestation there, by transforming fallow lands into fast-growing sustainable forests. The idea itself is quite magnificent. It sees investors buying the native TREE token in a sale, with each TREE linked to an actual eucalyptus tree that will be planted and eventually harvested and sold for profit. investors are able to claim their share in the $1.1 billion profits. It’s a win-win. That reminds me of Treecoin which was a success. Blockchains are responsible for a lot of environmental damage so it's nice to see some of them go the other way.

Mentions:#NXT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Never heard of Ardor so it's nice to see an article about them. I did a quick google and they've been building NXT since 2013??

Mentions:#NXT
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Off the top of my head? ERGO is a revolutionary UTXO-based blockchain protocol built to be an efficient and secure financial contracts platform with radically new DeFi functionality. Founded by some of Charles Hoskinson’s favourite technologists, who also contributed to the development of CARDANO, NXT, Scorex, WAVES and smartcontract.com (now known as CHAINLINK), ERGO is a proof of work (PoW) blockchain platform with Turing complete smart contracts that employs a number of advanced features like zero-knowledge proofs, ring signatures, oracles, and adjustable block size. ERGO’s Sigma protocols and blockchain architecture make it possible to do things that would be difficult on conventional smart contract platforms, enabling a high degree of privacy while ensuring security is not compromised. While the range of possible decentralised financial (DeFi) use cases is endless, examples include: stablecoins, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), oracle pools and the trustless mixing of funds (ErgoMixer) which enables participants to spend without anyone knowing who made the transactions. In 2020, ERGO partnered with EMURGO to jointly explore stablecoin R&D and the provision of DeFi applications by leveraging each other’s respective expertise in CARDANO’s technical structures and UTXO-based smart contracts. Click here to find out more about the partnership. (That’s actually from ergo101.org. Many of us believe ergo has even more room to run than Cardano, assuming this bull run continues and assuming Cardano successfully completes their planned projects this year).

Mentions:#NXT#WAVES#D
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Cardano is teamed with Ergo, which is proof of work and lead by one of the smartest guys around blockchain technology, Alex Chepurnoy. This guy was an NXT core developer, co-founder of Chainlink and researcher at IOHK (company developing Cardano). Now he started his own project called Ergo. Take a look at it to find out why proof of work still makes sense.

Mentions:#NXT
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Buy NXT for an easy 3x overnight

Mentions:#NXT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ergo and Cardano work together on some projects, and he knows the developers, one of which is a co-founder of ChainLink and NXT. The team is strong, they have people from Emurgo in the team as well (one of the developers of Cardano). Everything is shilling when it's not about something we hold, right? :)

Mentions:#NXT