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I support this effort. +5%

bunkerchainlabs-com committee member has voted to approve.

Jonathan

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it's a good idea to set 80% market fee sharing and reset market fee to 0.1% for smartcoins, irrelevant to make both possible.

then lifetime members actually just pay 0.02% market fee,but will get 0.08% reward from his basic member referee's trading.

it will greatly encourage users to become lifetime member and invite new users.

不是传销,胜似传销。

It's a model which has proven effective on other platforms... so yes it would be good if we could offer this.

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Thank You For Supporting DataSecurityNode! - Bitshares now has Nuclear Bunker Protection!

Since telegram isn't the best place to reach everyone I decided to resurrect this old threat for our witness DataSecurityNode since we have recently been voted back in as active.

I thought it a good idea to give an update on our current running configuration.

Our witness operates within a cluster environment we have created which still operates from the same nuclear bunker. The particular cluster for the Bitshares nodes utilizes 5 servers configured each with 20 Intel cores, 512GB RAM, and a combination of NVM and SSD storage with 6TB of capacity. The storage cluster provides redundancy and performance and another backup storage server provides additional backup.

We have a secondary location in Montreal, Quebec where we have a similar configuration in case we have an issue at the bunker location that may cause extended downtime.

Between these two locations we are currently operating 2 witness nodes, 1 seed node, and 1 API which is publicly available though we are still tweaking its configuration. We will be joining the testnet network this month pending approvals.

The bunker has gone through a number of upgrades through out the years including a more robust backup power grid, and dual fiber trunks with diversified transit and transport providers. Most of our missed blocks from the past was due to these infrastructure issues that we were still in the process of updating. Since updating though we have been running great! We now have more onsite staff who work every day to continue to improve and maintain network server operations.


For price feeds we are using the following for sources:

Paid Feed Sources:
openexchangerates
currencylayer

Free with API Key Sources:
fixer

Free Feed Sources:
quandl
btcavg
huobi
binance
openledger
poloniex
bittrex
gdex
bitshares
coinegg
cointiger
coinmarketcap
lbank
zb

MSSR / MCR
CNY  - 101% / 160%
USD  - 102% / 160%
EUR  - 102% / 160%
ALL  - 110% / 175%

Besides our node operations, some of you may know that we are working on other graphene elements which we would like to introduce as a BSIP rather soon that will provide blockchain interoperability for Bitshares.

If you like the idea of Bitshares having the support of a nuclear bunker data center to give the blockchain extra hardened security, then a vote for DataSecurityNode provides that!

I am available on telegram if you need to reach me at https://t.me/jbahai

Thank you for your support!

Jonathan

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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Poll] BSIP59:Reduce MCR of bitCNY to 1.6
« on: April 11, 2019, 06:29:25 pm »
At what point would we be able to recognize the results of this change being effective?

Overall I support this, but would like to have some thoughts around monitoring and analysis of the change to determine if/when it has the desired outcome and if it will need further adjusting. Going down is going to be a lot easier than going up, just to forewarn.

Jonathan

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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Witness Proposal] - Witness clockwork
« on: March 21, 2018, 01:25:17 pm »
Proxy bunkerchainlabs-com has voted for this witness

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General Discussion / Re: Dan's Next Project - EOS Rears its Head
« on: May 13, 2017, 02:05:48 pm »
From steemit:

dantheman73  ·  13 hours ago
We will not be doing a share drop on anyone.

Nailed it!

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I think that any witness who isn't providing price feeds is failing at the witness role, even a small quantity of price feeds is a poor effort - we should be maximizing the amount of price feeds provided by witnesses.

At the code level it is completely up to the witnesses.. for a while we had some refusing to publish CNY because they couldn't agree with the changes being made to the markets.. they are gone now.

I see this thread posted yesterday: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,24118.msg305827.html#msg305827

I was voted out the day after Rolands witnesslog came out showing my CNY feed 1 point over others in the middle of a CNY feed crisis where the primary sources everyone uses were down.. its because I am taking in other sources that most are not my price comes in a little higher. Should be noted there are some that are lower too.. the median is what gets used. All Chinese voters were quick to unvote me and vote in all these ones you see now. That was over a week ago... which is why it seems strange that this post comes out yesterday attacking my witness... I can't help but wonder if there is misinformation being circulated in the asian chat channels that I am unaware of.

Really it is completely up to [member=23]bitcrab[/member] [member=4465]alt[/member] who will be witnesses now because of the proxy power they have combined.

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Just curious... will Dan be working on the Peerplays project now that he has left Steem?

Dan's working on his new project EOS.

Hmm, yeah. I figured that out. Thanks!

I am skeptical to invest in Graphene forks that dan is not participating in, because all of them have failed and never made it to a public release. I hope Peerplays will run against the grain.

You can see we met all the milestones we set out to make last year. We are set to launch the blockchain May 30th. I can understand the issues with some individuals/groups in the past.. but we have already produced the code.. published a good portion of it already publicly.. and have been in communication with updates on a weekly basis on Beyond Bitcoin.

If this was May 2016 it would be a fair cautionary comment when we were just starting with only our whitepaper and our reputations.. but at this point I think it's be nulled.

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General Discussion / Re: Witness pay framework
« on: May 09, 2017, 01:50:16 am »
In terms of server resources I would suggest the standard should be at this point for bitshares:

2X Dedicated Server minimum specs 1 Quad Core CPU, 32GB RAM, 64GB SSD drive (preferably RAID1), 100mb uplink
2 X Virtual Server Seed Nodes of whatever is required at that time with open API connections for the public to use.
1 Fully qualified domain name in your control not using a free service domain.
Located in a minimum Tier 2 uptime standard data center, or the equivalent.

If we can agree on this being the standard by which witnesses should operate, then it could help with the baseline in regards to the framework of network resources for each node.

I think the 5hr a month baseline is decent as a retainer at this stage.

All that said, I think a baseline that comes to $900 a month is a good place to be with all this in mind.

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: May 07, 2017, 02:34:44 am »
I think that today we will take over Waves on Coinmarketcap  ;)

wow.. nailed it.

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There is a MUCH better way to reduce the pay of the witnesses and bring more value to Bitshares.

Vote for more witnesses.

The amount that goes out is based on 3BTS per block

Those blocks are distributed between the Active witnesses.

The less active witnesses we have, the more they get paid.

At present 2 very good long time witnesses are no longer active because the number of witnesses has been reduced from 21 to 19.

What we should be doing is keeping the pay where it is at, and having 30+ Active witnesses instead.

More feed data, more competition, more network resilience.. aaaaaaand... all for the SAME PRICE!

How do we do this?

Vote for more witnesses that deserve the vote. If we don't have them then go out and tell people about the opportunity. Invite new people who are will to show some BTS love and bring with them their own network to love BTS too.

Squeezing and trying to punish existing Active witnesses isn't the answer.

Bring new fresh ones and expanding our number from 19 to 30+ is.


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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Witness Proposal] roelandp
« on: April 20, 2017, 12:43:03 pm »
Bunkerchainlabs-com proxy is supporting this witness.


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General Discussion / Re: Sharedrops?
« on: April 17, 2017, 04:19:16 pm »
http://www.peerplays.com/news/bts-snapshot-date/

My funds were still held in the 1.0 blockchain at this time. Will that matter? How do I redeem my PEERPLAYS?

You missed it then.

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Been reading.. just wanted to share a few thoughts on this since Bunkerchain Labs created the profit sharing code that is mostly being talked about here.

Learn to walk before you run. What we have available as a profit sharing code mechanism will provide value to end users who use UIAs and will also enable profit sharing of smartcoins deriving benefits to holders of said currencies based on volumes alone.

I agree the refer program is a mess, which is why we have completely redone it in Peerplays. Until that can be settled I would not even mention it in Bitshares.. let those who have it continue to use it, but remove all mention of it for now.

Stay away from the +5% not because it sounds a certain way, but once you start promising percent points on things in a network that is based on set fees and not percent points, you will just be setting up the network for failure.

Stop calling it deflationary.. call it profitability.

It's great to dream of all the ways things can be changed.. but all of this comes to a head when you find out how much it will all cost to develop and deploy... not to mention the computational costs that have to be considered. Otherwise you end up with this:



Graphene (I didn't say Bitshares) has a lot in its toolkit... if we are going to offer a Bitshares DEX, then strip it down and make it the best damn DEX anyone has ever seen:


So keep it simply... walk with the lowest hanging fruit of what is available for Bitshares for now:

  • Implement our profit sharing code thanks to Peerplays development
  • Implementing Chainbase (thanks to steem) so that we can have real trading tools in the GUI with historical charts and graphs. This will attract a lot of high end traders who want to be able to do analysis but cannot due to lack of metric tools in our GUI
  • Continue to improve the GUI and API calls so that more applications can be created to utilize Bitshares DEX


All of these things are within reach in a far shorter period of time than the multitudes of concepts that have been discussed that will require far more extensive specing out and testing beyond just the casual forum discussion. Everything I have listed above has been completely iterated, well planned, and thought through. Bitshares community just needs to make the decision to use them.

All of these things can be tied into a marketing campaign as well as things are introduced. The best way to make news is to have news worthy updates.

Whatever else you want to imagine Bitshares to be, give it another name, and give it another project to build from. Bitshares needs to continue to make the steps its been making to leave behind operating like "The Homer".

Bitshares should be exchanging all world commodities, currencies, crypto assets, and stocks completely decentralized by 2019.

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Peerplays Reveals Blockchain Gaming and Governance Innovations “For the Win”



Please stay tuned to Beyond Bitcoin every Friday morning at 15:00 UTC for the latest Peerplays updates, including live Q&A with Peerplays founders Jonathan Baha’i and Michael Maloney.


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