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Offline URSAY

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Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« on: January 02, 2015, 05:02:18 PM »

Please add info or correct me if you are in the know.  Thanks!  :)

Coin name
website, btctalk thread, or central place for info
Snapshot dates and chains
Current status and latest wallet download links

Protoshares AKA Bitshares PTS
ptscrypto.com
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Snapshots
12/10/13
Memorycoin2.0
02/28/14
Bitshares
07/15/14
Lottoshares
08/01/14
Bitshares Vote
09/26/14
Bitshares Music
11/05/14
Bitshares Play
12/14/14
Sparkle
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Wallets
Mac
https://github.com/PTS-DPOS/PTS/releases/download/v2.0.1/PTS-v2.0.1-0.0.9.dmg
Windows
https://github.com/PTS-DPOS/PTS/releases/download/v2.0.1/PTS-v2.0.1-0.0.9-x86.exe
Linux
https://github.com/PTS-DPOS/PTS/releases/download/v2.0.1/pts_2.0.1-2_amd64.deb
https://github.com/PTS-DPOS/PTS/releases/download/v2.0.1/pts_2.0.1-2_i386.deb

Angelshares AKA Bitshares AGS
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Snapshots
02/28/14
Bitshares
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Bitshares AKA BitSharesX AKA BTS
bitshares.org
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Snapshots
12/08/14
Bitshares Play
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Wallets
Windows
https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/releases/download/v0.4.27.2/BitShares-v0.4.27.2.exe
Mac
https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/releases/download/v0.4.27.2/BitShares-v0.4.27.2.dmg

Sparkle AKA SPK

Bitshares Music AKA PeerTracks AKA NOTES AKA artistcoins
bitsharesmusicfoundation.org
peertracks.org
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Wallets
Client not yet available

Bitshares PLAY
playshares.io
bitsharesplayfoundation.org

Bitshares Vote
followmyvote.com
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Wallets
No client available

Bitshares DVS AKA Devshares

bitUSD
whatisbitusd.com
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Wallets
Exists within Bitshares wallet

Memorycoin2.0
memorycoin.org
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Wallets
Windows
https://mmc-square.com/146.0/a403/memorycoin-qt-v3_010_102.exe

Bitshares KeyID AKA DNS AKA Keyhotee *DEAD PROJECT*?
http://keyid.info
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Wallets
Mac
https://github.com/keyid/keyid/releases/download/v0.0.5/KeyID.dmg
Windows
https://github.com/keyid/keyid/releases/download/v0.0.5/KeyID-0.0.5.exe.zip

Lottoshare *DEAD PROJECT*




« Last Edit: January 04, 2015, 07:50:42 PM by URSAY »

Offline Gentso1

Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2015, 02:11:09 PM »
Looks pretty good to me.


Gotta ask, how long did it take you to find all that?

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Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2015, 02:56:28 PM »
Love these concise summaries of important info.  Thanks very much.

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Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2015, 07:43:54 PM »
Looks pretty good to me.


Gotta ask, how long did it take you to find all that?

You correct in thinking I put some time into this.  Seems odd that no one else has added info.  Are we trying to keep these systems confusing for a reason?  Thinking about thinning out my alt holdings in 2015.  Bitshares and related offerings take up a lot of time.   Proper documentation would make things much easier.
« Last Edit: January 04, 2015, 07:48:09 PM by URSAY »

Offline onceuponatime

Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2015, 09:24:15 PM »
Looks pretty good to me.


Gotta ask, how long did it take you to find all that?

You correct in thinking I put some time into this.  Seems odd that no one else has added info.  Are we trying to keep these systems confusing for a reason?  Thinking about thinning out my alt holdings in 2015.  Bitshares and related offerings take up a lot of time.   Proper documentation would make things much easier.

You could propose a "documentation" delegate and get paid for your work. I would vote for that.

We each have our own priorities. We should be willing to compensate those who fill the role of undertaking tasks we do not have time/inclination to do for ourselves but are nevertheless extremely important.

Thank you for your contributions.

Offline Gentso1

Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2015, 09:40:41 PM »
Looks pretty good to me.


Gotta ask, how long did it take you to find all that?

You correct in thinking I put some time into this.  Seems odd that no one else has added info.  Are we trying to keep these systems confusing for a reason?  Thinking about thinning out my alt holdings in 2015.  Bitshares and related offerings take up a lot of time.   Proper documentation would make things much easier.

Lol it does seem that way sometimes doesn't it.

If we are going to work on a master list what should it include?

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Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2015, 07:44:56 PM »
Looks pretty good to me.


Gotta ask, how long did it take you to find all that?

You correct in thinking I put some time into this.  Seems odd that no one else has added info.  Are we trying to keep these systems confusing for a reason?  Thinking about thinning out my alt holdings in 2015.  Bitshares and related offerings take up a lot of time.   Proper documentation would make things much easier.

You could propose a "documentation" delegate and get paid for your work. I would vote for that.

We each have our own priorities. We should be willing to compensate those who fill the role of undertaking tasks we do not have time/inclination to do for ourselves but are nevertheless extremely important.

Thank you for your contributions.

Thanks for your suggestion.  I think this is about barrier to entry.  Understanding and maintaining Bitshares and it's related assets takes much more time then an alternative crypto which pushes out those without the time to maintain their holdings.

As much as I'd like to set up a delegate, this would require another investment of more time and money without any guarantee of ROI.
http://wiki.bitshares.org/index.php/Bitshares-x-delegate-how-to

I've invested my own time and money into other projects only to see the devs dump and go underground.  Investing more into the eco-system just to help write documentation?  The guys on the outside are always left holding the bag.  Some of us aren't looking to get rich.  We'd just like to help without being bled to death along the way.  ;)

Offline onceuponatime

Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2015, 08:27:58 PM »
Looks pretty good to me.


Gotta ask, how long did it take you to find all that?

You correct in thinking I put some time into this.  Seems odd that no one else has added info.  Are we trying to keep these systems confusing for a reason?  Thinking about thinning out my alt holdings in 2015.  Bitshares and related offerings take up a lot of time.   Proper documentation would make things much easier.

You could propose a "documentation" delegate and get paid for your work. I would vote for that.

We each have our own priorities. We should be willing to compensate those who fill the role of undertaking tasks we do not have time/inclination to do for ourselves but are nevertheless extremely important.

Thank you for your contributions.

Thanks for your suggestion.  I think this is about barrier to entry.  Understanding and maintaining Bitshares and it's related assets takes much more time then an alternative crypto which pushes out those without the time to maintain their holdings.

As much as I'd like to set up a delegate, this would require another investment of more time and money without any guarantee of ROI.
http://wiki.bitshares.org/index.php/Bitshares-x-delegate-how-to

I've invested my own time and money into other projects only to see the devs dump and go underground.  Investing more into the eco-system just to help write documentation?  The guys on the outside are always left holding the bag.  Some of us aren't looking to get rich.  We'd just like to help without being bled to death along the way.  ;)

If you wanted to set up a "documentation delegate" I would put up the delegate registration funds on the condition that you repaid me weekly over the first two months after being elected. That way you would not have to invest your time performing the work unless/until elected, and you lose nothing if not elected.

Do you have the skills to be a "documentation delegate"?

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Re: Basic, clear Bitshares and related coin info
« Reply #8 on: January 07, 2015, 10:11:00 PM »
If you wanted to set up a "documentation delegate" I would put up the delegate registration funds on the condition that you repaid me weekly over the first two months after being elected. That way you would not have to invest your time performing the work unless/until elected, and you lose nothing if not elected.

Do you have the skills to be a "documentation delegate"?

onceuponatime putting money where his mouth is. Clap Clap Bravo  +5%!

Edit: You would have my vote!

 

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