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HitBTC NXT/BTC $745,322 19%
Poloniex NXT/USDT $525,093 13%
Multi-signature and phased transactions
The whitepaper is very thorough, however, some of the links referenced do not work. It was last updated in July 2014.
Using the NXT Token and market, allows people to create apps and for businesses to use their own coins that are backed by the NXT tokens.
While bitcoin uses hashing power as proof for verifying transactions, NXT works with the stake-size the user owns. Block authors are selected in a practically random manner, with greater amounts of stake increasing the likelihood of adding a block to the chain
NXT works off the stake size that its users own and allows for custom coin creation backed by the NXT token. It is more of a blockchain based technology then its competitors.
NXT is becoming ARDOR so the roadmap shows the transition to this new coin.
Q1 2018 –
Ensuring Ardor is running stable in production, resolving any issues discovered post-launch.
Interviewing, hiring, and training new developers, quality assurance, and support team.
Q2 2018 –
Pruning of child chain transactions and sharing of snapshot data between nodes on testnet.
Additional child chains launched on mainnet.
Q3 2018 –
Pruning and snapshotting implemented on mainnet.
Support for child chain specific transaction types.
INITIAL COIN OFFERING (ICO)
Creators / Founders
The source code was partially released on 3 January 2014. The full source code was released on 1 March 2014 under the MIT License.
Core Development Team
Trade Crypto Live Sentiment
Jelurida, the lab behind NXT has broken new ground as they attempt to solve the scalability problems with blockchains through their usage of child chains. NXT, Ardor and Ignis will all be coins to keep an eye on in 2018 as the team of developers have shown consistent progress and communication.
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