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If NXT is switching to Ardor, what is the purpose of holding NXT? Nxt isn't switching to Ardor. It will still exist after Ardor launches. The purpose of holding NXT with this in mind is if you need to use the Nxt blockchain, either for personal use or projects, since one will need NXT for the transaction fees, etc. Another reason could be the speculation of ...


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Yes, getConstants returns the totalAmount of tokens in each chain - inside the chainProperties field.


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With Ardor 2.1.0e you can start a bundler which bundles only transactions with certain currency. Use CurrencyBundler filter with parameter the currency ID. If you want to additionally filter only transactions sent to your account, you'll have to either write a new filter for that like public class RecipientBundler implements Bundler.Filter { @Override ...


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There is also a tutorial video showing this together with some use cases: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZEdAE68GKk&feature=youtu.be


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Vouchers are useful when Alice wants Bob to pay her in a secure tamper proof way. First she asks Bob what is his account address, she then logs into the wallet using Bob's address and using the normal send money dialog performs a payment from Bob to her account. But of course she cannot submit this payment since she doesn't have Bob passphrase. Instead ...


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I don't think there's a way to open up popups using just the URL, because it's not built inside the codebase. The only reason you were able to go to a specific page was that there's a loader function for that page. For instance, loadAssetFromURL() for the asset page in ardor/html/www/js/nrs.assetexchange.js


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Use the getConstants API and check the "transactionSubTypes" JSON array for a mapping of transaction types and sub types to their display name. "transactionSubTypes": { "AssetIssuance": { "isPhasable": true, "subtype": 0, "mustHaveRecipient": false, "name": "AssetIssuance", "canHaveRecipient": false, "...


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The ardor portal block explorer also monitors the testnet, see https://test.ardorportal.org/monitor


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You can use any script which invokes the startBundler API but note that you will need to submit the passphrase to the node in order to start a bundler so you need to somehow protect the data in this script.


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You can request Ardor Testnet coins here: https://nxtforum.org/testnet/some-testnxt-to-test-asset-exchange/


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I got this same exact error when I tried to sign a mainnet transaction using a testnet API, so, make sure you are using the same network..


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When you send a transaction to a new account on Ignis (i.e. ARDOR-LHJR-WZVF-VKTX-3PVAA is a new account) the fee you pay in IGNIS should cover the bundler cost of 1 ARDR. Currently the best bundling rate is 2.45 so you should have specified 2.45 IGNIS or higher as fee i.e. "feeNQT": "245000000". If you send it to an existing account the fee is only 0.01 ARDR ...


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If you held NXT during the ignis snapshop on 2017 Dec, 28 you'd receive .5 ignis once the Ardor platform releases in 2018. As for the JPL license, supposedly you'd receive 10% of the coins being created with a new fork of NXT. Also child chains on Ardor are giving out airdrops if you hold ignis like bitswift. (https://www.jelurida.com/bitswift) Paul ...


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Sure, connect to any public node or your local node using http://localhost:7876/test and use the resulting API test page as example.


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Please refer to the official monetary system documentation https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/issues/205/monetary-system-documenation section "Currency Exchange". The NXT wiki also has an excellent walk-through of the process in https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Monetary_System#Exchange_an_Exchangeable_Currency


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The fee structure can be found on this fees chart for Ardor provided by Jelurida, the developers of Ardor. There is no fee to mine, and no fee to bundle. But when you bundle, you are receiving child chain tokens, such as IGNIS, BITSWIFT, or AEUR, and then paying the forgers (miner-equivalent for Ardor) the respective fee in ARDR based on the chart that I ...


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