Why Were Security Flaws Purposely Put Into The Nextcoin (NXT)’S Source Code By It’s Developers?

In this video interview with one of the most popular NXT crypto currency ambassador in the crypto currency world, we speak with Aaron who goes by the display name “Anon136” on BitcoinTalk.org.

We will discuss the many reasons why 3 security flaws were purposely injected into Nextcoin (NXT)’s source code by it’s developers when it was released for the first time on January 3, 2014:

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NXT = 14075156995145364873
BTC = 1J68eajnyueiLeYdaBUiVySFhPiwpafzmY

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