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I think the preferred market pairing is mostly a UI think and "preferred" tells me that you can only pick one ...
it's not that the other markets are not available .. it's just how the wallet represents them in the trading interface .. (AFAIK)

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thank you for your replay. I count on peerplays then. if we create assets we have to have the possibility to pay dividends. XCP can, so we also need to. Buyback sucks.

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(...)from your asset's fee pool(...)
where I can read about it? I don't understand it.

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How to make multi pairing
eg. MYASSET:BTS, MYASSET:bitUSD, MYASSET:bitEUR etc

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Suppose that you want to raise funds for investment which is expected to cost $ 10 million and to this end, is planning to issue 10 million tokens worth $ 10 million.
Then he wants to pay dividends to investors.
How to use Bitshares for this?
This is quite a serious question.

Dividend payments are quite costly (in terms of computational power) and are therefore not supported out of the box.

You can use 3rd party software to take a snapshot of your asset's distribution at a given point in time, then create individual transactions to pay out dividends accordingly. I don't know if such 3rd party software exists yet.

ISTR that PeerPlays promised to implement dividend payments. This may be ported to BitShares at some point in the future.
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Could someone explain me why we have this restriction?

The core exchange rate (CER) is used for converting your asset into BTS for the purpose of paying transaction fees. (What actually happens is that the users who pay their TX fees in your asset buy BTS from your asset's fee pool at the CER.) Fees are denominated in BTS, therefore the CER must be expressed in terms of BTS.
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Suppose that you want to raise funds for investment which is expected to cost $ 10 million and to this end, is planning to issue 10 million tokens worth $ 10 million.
Then he wants to pay dividends to investors.
How to use Bitshares for this?
This is quite a serious question.

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Suppose that you want to raise funds for investment which is expected to cost $ 10 million and to this end, is planning to issue 10 million tokens worth $ 10 million.
Then he wants to pay dividends to investors.
How to use Bitshares for this?
This is quite a serious question.
« Last Edit: October 11, 2016, 10:31:41 am by marcobitshares »

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such as :1rose/1bts
bts is Core token in bitshares.
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Could someone explain me why we have this restriction?