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Offline kenCode

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I cannot find a page that shows me how to setup a DAC in the client, via the CLI or even on a server. The wiki and github pages are too sparce, there's no step-by-step page.
 
I/we am setting up 2 DAC's here in Munich:
1) BitShares Munich - Three of us (plus we'll need to somehow setup a 2 of 3 multisig account that funds flow into) will bring crypto to the Munich area. I will handle the tech (running server(s), etc), consulting and other business building work. Person #2 talks to SEPA, banks and wealth mgmt firms (amongst other whales). Person #3 is who the media will interview, handles Traders and other work.
2) Name to be announced - These 5 people are in 5 different countries. They are the best of the best at what the do and we need to prove to the whales what each of these people are doing at any given moment. When we can prove their accountability and where they are, what they're doing, etc, closing contracts becomes much easier. Think Underwriters Laboratory, only bigger.
 
Both companies need to do their own hosting in-house and encourage others to bring on nodes. The plan is to put both on the BitShares blockchain right now, but that could change if, well, you know why.
 
I need to prove to them right now that I am getting these DAC's setup "as we speak" and they will have the required DPOS 2.0 features, 3 of 5 multisig and blockchain-HR.
 
Is there a paid Delegate in the BitShares ecosystem that can hold my hand through each step of this please?
Thank you in advance for your reply, understanding and professionalism,
  -ken
« Last Edit: May 18, 2015, 10:58:18 AM by cass »
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what exactly is YOUR definition of a DAC?
I guess what you are looking for is "workers" or marketers ..
multi-sig has nothing to do with a DAC .. it's just one out of many schemes to 'sign' a contract/transaction
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I need somebody here to help me get them setup, please.
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Are you share dropping?


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No, but that may be an option for us once they're setup.
I need somebody experienced to help me get them setup, please.
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Offline Xeldal

what exactly is YOUR definition of a DAC?
+5%


I/we am setting up 2 DAC's here in Munich:
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The plan is to put both on the BitShares blockchain right now, but that could change if, well, you know why.
I don't think this is possible yet. It was briefly talk about, creating the possibility of DAC's within DAC's but I havn't heard anything more about it.

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MetaExchange is a DAC that runs on the BTS blockchain isn't it?
Doesn't anyone here know how to setup a DAC on the BTS blockchain? Step by step?
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MetaExchange is a DAC that runs on the BTS blockchain isn't it?
Doesn't anyone here know how to setup a DAC on the BTS blockchain? Step by step?

BitShares is a DAC.    The closest thing you can "set up on BTS" is a User Issued Asset backing shares of a regular company.

As far as multi-sig accounts/etc go, I think you will be very happy with what we will be announcing in a couple of weeks.
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Ken! Love your enthusiasm, but I don't think you have your head wrapped around the BitShares ecosystem fully quite yet.

On the one hand, what you're trying to do does strike me as possibly needing a separate DAC (and associated blockchain) due to the regulatory issues and identity registration (KYC) issues that may arise. That approach would allow you to do anything you wanted and preserve a completely free & independent BitShares blockchain. BUT CREATING A SEPARATE DAC IS A   M A J O R  UNDERTAKING!

You would do better to implement your vision with the UIA mechanism which gives you full control of the tokens you name and you issue, including revocation and delegated allocation. The UIA functionality of the BitShares ecosystem was recently (version .81 I believe) updated to provide all the functionality necesary to support a fully regulatory compliant gateway. Plus, UIAs are available for use RIGHT NOW!

But I also agree with the sentiment already expressed here, that you should hold off from moving forward with such a major initiative as you describe until the "next big thing" hits the streets. It could save you much gnashing of teeth and wasted effort, and avoid having to re-educate your team and their customers when it does arrive.
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I think you will be very happy with what we will be announcing in a couple of weeks.

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Metaexchange is not a DAC. It is neither distributed nor autonomous.

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MetaExchange is a DAC that runs on the BTS blockchain isn't it?
Doesn't anyone here know how to setup a DAC on the BTS blockchain? Step by step?

BitShares is a DAC.    The closest thing you can "set up on BTS" is a User Issued Asset backing shares of a regular company.

As far as multi-sig accounts/etc go, I think you will be very happy with what we will be announcing in a couple of weeks.
Whats that? what announcement?

Offline onceuponatime

MetaExchange is a DAC that runs on the BTS blockchain isn't it?
Doesn't anyone here know how to setup a DAC on the BTS blockchain? Step by step?

BitShares is a DAC.    The closest thing you can "set up on BTS" is a User Issued Asset backing shares of a regular company.

As far as multi-sig accounts/etc go, I think you will be very happy with what we will be announcing in a couple of weeks.
Whats that? what announcement?

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,16447.0.html

Offline santaclause102

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MetaExchange is a DAC that runs on the BTS blockchain isn't it?
Doesn't anyone here know how to setup a DAC on the BTS blockchain? Step by step?
A DAC is merely an ANALOGY for what Bitcoin and Bitshares and all "decentralized" blockchain networks are.
The analogy was created as a counteranalogy to Bitcoin's "bitcoins are money (or digital gold) analogy".
This describes well how the term DAC has to be understood: https://letstalkbitcoin.com/a-bitrose-by-any-other-name/
AFTER having read the article above I would watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG-CcbtwKKU

 

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