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General Discussion / Re: Binance Dexathon - Discussion
« on: Today at 01:53:25 pm »
They could agree to use the public bitshares chain if they'd have a spot or two as the comittee members and/or witnesses so that they have some control over the development and general direction.

I'm not saying it's good for us to have a company in the comittee, but the benefits could outweight the cons.

Right now it looks like a very bad idea to me, but it's worth discussing anyway.

They are centralized, so they're much more efficient on decision making than us, and probably much faster on development if they have the resources. A spot or two in committee changes nothing. Once they want a new feature, they may want to deploy in one month, which is usually impossible in bitShares due to decentralization.

General Discussion / Re: Binance Dexathon - Discussion
« on: Today at 01:43:28 pm »
I agree with @clockwork. I think most likely they will fork. So, IMHO we should seeking for convincing them to

* fork BitShares rather than fork another project, and
* fork publicly rather than privately.

Then we'll gain good PR and their future efforts will help the whole ecosystem, for example we can back-port fixes/features from them.

Technical Support / Re: How is Matching works?
« on: Today at 01:29:16 pm »
Have a look at BSIP 33 - 35. They describe order matching pretty well.

Thank you for answer! :)

It looks like i didn't describe my problem correctly.
I understand how the matching algorithm is working, but i do not understand how all this orders processes through blockchain? Where order book is stored and how ? Is it stored in ElasticSearch DB or directly in blokchain? What happens when two orders matched and how they stored in graphene? How users balances change when orders automatically matched (form blockchain perspective)?
There are some basic questions about blockchain.

The BitShares "blockchain" itself only stores blocks with transactions inside with operations inside.

All (witness) nodes read and explain/execute the transactions according to consensus, and save the results as "state" in a in-memory database. Accounts, balances, orders and other objects are all parts of the state. When orders placed, or filled, the state would change (e.g. new order object created or removed, balances increased or decreased according to the consensus).

中文(Chinese) / Re: 关于apply_transaction的问题
« on: Today at 01:07:24 pm »


另外,如果出现分叉,导致反复确认,通知可能会多于 3 次。

Q 群里回答你了。

查 deque 类的文档

template< class... Args >
void emplace_back( Args&&... args );

... 表示可变数量参数,数量可以是 0 ,这种情况下,会调用 Args 类的缺省初始化构造函数来创建一个对象。


网关手续费,说的大概是提现手续费?还是类似 CNY 的 0.1% 那个?

0.1% 那个是 卖单CNY.  0.1%的CNY手续费, 是的没错, 大家都一样,  我说的是 下买单   网关手续费 是 内盘币(自定义资产里面的币)  的10%.  你可以试试,不买, 就只输完数字, 看看下面的网关手续费是怎么样的.    我知道的情况是  下  20000 个的POIBC买单,  网关手续费是  2000个POIBC

中文(Chinese) / Re: 关于apply_transaction的问题
« on: March 21, 2018, 08:35:22 pm »

中文(Chinese) / Re: 关于apply_transaction的问题
« on: March 21, 2018, 08:34:04 pm »

请加 Q 群讨论

There are some basic questions, along with deeper technical questions.

We'll take reference wallet as an example. OpenLedger and Crypto-Bridge are mostly the same.

Open, when you got an account,
click the right top hamburg icon, in the botton of the menu popped, click permissions, you'll see public key(s);
click on (one of) the key(s), you'll see the private key in WIF format (more info:

Another approach is market making among these UIA's, it's safe as long as the gateways are still trustworthy, and everyone can do it. Combined with the arbitrage bots running in the market, real liquidity will be improved.

Better if UI can show combined market depth. Best if the back end supports auto-bridging:

It seems wss:// is now a testnet API node. @NeoReel is it intended?

Please post to steem as well. Thanks.

//Update: wait until the worker is voted in.

Stakeholder Proposals / Pay USD workers with fees collected in USD
« on: March 21, 2018, 09:14:14 am »
Since we're charging fees in USD, we can pay USD workers with the fees collected, to reduce unnecessary buy/sell operations.

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