Coding for NXT Crypto Platform #5: Transactions on the Nxt Blockchain

February 25, 2016 | Category: Coding

by Tosch Nxt Blockchain transactions The Nxt Blockchain is the heart of Nxt. Every Transaction ever made is recorded on the Blockchain. The Blockchain is a decentralized database, which is saved on your computer. To prevent spam, for every transaction you have to pay fees in the native currency, which will be NXT for us […]

Coding for NXT Crypto Platform #4: Historical Asset Data

February 15, 2016 | Category: Coding

by Tosch In the last topic I showed you how to retrieve basic data about Assets from the Nxt Asset Exchange. In this article I want to cover how to receive historical trades. The API call we are using here is “getTrades”. Historical Trades Historical trades can either be from any Account or from any […]

Coding for NXT Crypto Platform #3: Output from the Asset Exchange

February 4, 2016 | Category: Coding

Welcome to the third article on coding with NXT. In the previous articles I have shown you how to set up your Nxt configuration file to easily develop with JavaScript and how to get the first output from the Blockchain data. In this article I would like to continue with one of the most widely […]

Coding for NXT Crypto Platform #2: First Steps

January 18, 2016 | Category: Coding

About Nxt Did you ever want to participate in a financial field with your Software without taking big risks and have an easy and anonymous access to? Have you tried to access monetary systems and get transparent data from Asset Exchanges, Marketplaces, Data clouds? Nxt is a peer-to-peer Blockchain Sotware that allows a global financial […]

Coding for NXT Crypto Platform #1: Configuration

January 18, 2016 | Category: Coding

Setting up the config File The configuration file of Nxt is an important tool for you to setup how Nxt works on your computer. With the configuration file you can setup your Nxt to use SSL, Setup Nxt on a Raspberry Pi or configure your Nxt for development, like the example used here.​ The configuration […]