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中文(Chinese) / 讨论一下BITUSD黑天鹅对BITCNY和BTS生态的影响
« on: November 26, 2018, 03:15:33 am »
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=27451.msg325115#msg325115

25号早7点左右bitusd黑天鹅了,英文社区在讨论这个是中文社区的阴谋,是巨蟹等大户的不作为造成的。在商言商,我不是特别喜欢这样的阴谋论。但我们的确是要好好追究这些控制大量选票大户不作为导致bts生态的崩溃。

我很想知道今后我们该怎么做才不会被这些大户把控. 大家也都畅所欲言讨论一下BITUSD黑天鹅对BITCNY和BTS生态的影响

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Muse / sept. MUSE project update from Cob
« on: September 06, 2016, 05:29:18 am »
cob [9:13 PM] 
Hi guys. working on two things at once atm.
Troopeers. Which does indeed have traction. Going around NYC we had a lot of interest to try out beta. We hired a guy to design entire UX and a new front end dev to implement all designs.

In the meantime, we are revamping the shit out of Muse and since the open sourced dotblockchainmusic project released their alpha last wednesday, we are in talks with their devs to see how we can work together. There are some very interesting pieces of the puzzle they are solving, which we can integrate into MUSE.
Either take some of that code directly in integrate it within MUSE OR simply connect up to their system and leverage that. Still very early but very promising, we've just been put in touch with their devs so that should be very helpful.

In other news, I AM going to be in Spain. I am giving a presentation (making a powerpoint atm) on the holy trinity that is MUSE, PeerTracks and Troopeers. and I've just been added to the closing panel talk.
Also in early october I am giving another talk in Bruxelles at the European something something of I.P.

[9:15] 
that logo sucks, btw. but it was the best one the contest provided. We aren't using it.
Well the final design walkthrough was this morning. So now that the new front end guy has a grasp of the entire app, we can estimate how long it will take him to implement.

[10:22] 
and just so you know, it will be a beta of Troopeers, not Muse
Pivotal Tracker is what we where using  internally for the App we showed off in NYC.
Tomorrow morning we are going through pivotal tracker (which still contains all the stories that deal with post beta features) and moving everything relevant to Trello. To ensure the new devs keep the medium to long term goals in mind. So after that meeting, we'll be in a position to calculate timeline of the Beta.

[10:30] 
a couple things come into play as well.
I'll be in Spain and Bruxelles for conferences. Which can delay us a bit if the release date is between the 19th of sept and oct 7th. BUT there might be someone coming into PeerTracks which has 17 years of project management experience that can handle everything we need.
But it's not a garantee yet

[10:30] 
couple moving parts ^^

cob [6:11 PM] 
Yes this wouldn't compete with Muse. That dotblockchain project is indeed just creating a database of copyrights that is publicly viewable

[6:11] 
Muse can read that info.

[6:11] 
be a portal, etc

[6:11] 
we would be the MEANS of payment

[6:11] 
Paying with MuseUSD

[6:12] 
among other things
ame thing, only instead of requiring our users to input the data into Muse, Muse can merely read the data from the public, open source dotblockchain chain

[6:16] 
we can either just read it

[6:16] 
or read it and copy it

[6:16] 
if need be

[6:16] 
working out the best way forward with them

[6:17] 
Muse would be unique in being the chain that pays the correct people instantly and transparently using a crypto currency that has stability around the value of a USD

[6:17] 
wouldn't act like a stock
Well Muse backed dollar if you will

[6:26] 
the bitUSD backed by shares of the blockchain

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General Discussion / happy year of MONKEY
« on: February 07, 2016, 04:02:55 pm »


#sharebits "spartako" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="spartako")
#sharebits "abit" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="abit")
#sharebits "Xeldal" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="Xeldal")
#sharebits "Bhuz" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="bhuz")
#sharebits "hadrian" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="hadrian")
#sharebits "dannotestein" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="dantest")
#sharebits "onceuponatime" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="onceuponatime")
#sharebits "iHashFury" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="ihashfury")
#sharebits "gchicken" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="gchicken-2")
#sharebits "testz" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="testz")
#sharebits "jcalfee1" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="jcalfee2")
#sharebits "tbone" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="tbone")
#sharebits "bitbuckster" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="brindleswan")
#sharebits "fuzzy" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="fuzzy")
#sharebits "wildwex" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="wildwex")
#sharebits "Jwf" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="Jwf-mobile")
#sharebits "pc" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="pc")
#sharebits "lil_jay890" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="lil_jay890")
#sharebits "DestBest" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="DestBest")
#sharebits "stan" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="stan")
#sharebits "pheonike" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="pheonike")
#sharebits "lafona" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="lafona")
#sharebits "mangou007" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="mangou007")
#sharebits "Topcandle" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="Sxis")
#sharebits "facer" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="facer")
#sharebits "Luckybit" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="Luckybit2")
#sharebits "roadscape" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="roadscape")
#sharebits "chris4210" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="chris4210")
#sharebits "betax" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="betax")
#sharebits "jakub" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="jakub")
#sharebits "Unosuke" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="unosuke")
#sharebits "lovejoy" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="lovejoy")
#sharebits "EstefanTT" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="EstefanTT")
#sharebits "twitter" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="twitter")
#sharebits "dmo09" 88 OPENSESAME (MUMBLE="dmo09")
       

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BM is not a candidate :P :P :P :P :P :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

CoinDesk's Most Influential People in Bitcoin and Blockchain in 2015
 
  Mike Hearn, R3
 Blythe Masters, Digital Asset Holdings
 Andreas M. Antonopoulos
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 Roger Ver, Bitcoin.com
 Elizabeth Rossiello, Bitpesa
 Greg Maxwell, Adam Back and the Blockstream team
 Tim Swanson, R3
 Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum
 Wences Casares, Xapo
 Nick Szabo, Independent

http://www.coindesk.com/vote-2015s-most-influential-bitcoin-blockchain/

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[member=120]xeroc[/member] [member=18687]abit[/member] [member=21903]roadscape[/member]  please give me a tutorial for how to use visual studio to compile bitshare2.0 project(solution )?

can anyone share the visual studio solution here......????


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Muse / cob, are you ready for tomorrow's go live?????:'( :'(
« on: October 25, 2015, 02:28:55 pm »
Cob,  I did not see any  test run information for MUSE . Would you like to post go-live run book here  for anyone who like to join MUSE tomorrow? As been told ,MUSE need witness ,you need to give community at least 24 hours in advance to prepare for the witness-node client ......
 :) :) :) :) :) :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

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Hi bitsharesTV   , any update on this topic ?

https://blog.ethereum.org/2014/12/31/silos/

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bitsharesTV 
Great Article Vitalik. I would love to get yourself and Dan Larimer on a Google Hangout to discuss the best ways for BitShares and Ethereum to help each other. If that sounds interesting please reach out to me.

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General Discussion / post in reddit for bithshares any comments ?
« on: August 04, 2015, 12:17:13 am »
I found following  post in reddit  any comments ?

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I have spent a lot of time researching Bitshares. While I'm no finance expert, there is one thing I am convinced about: Bitshares is complicated.
In an attempt to make the concept accessible, one is told to think about it as opening and closing positions in a never-ending futures market, where there is no requirement to take delivery. Bitshares is an extrapolation of what is known as a prediction market, a concept that has been around since the 1940's. But Bitshares is not a classic prediction market, which is defined by a specific point in time when the game is over and the winners and losers are known. It is an extrapolation of the prediction market -- a substantial and likely unproven extrapolation. That's why the red flag is raised for me: Why hasn't the Bitshares model been implemented on a centralized exchange at some point in the past 50 years? The presence of an anonymous, decentralized exchange is NOT a core requirement for the concept.
Warren Buffet will not invest in anything he doesn't understand. I'd advise anyone who is interested in investing in Bitshares to think it through very carefully and convince yourself you know how it works and that the market will accept it.

http://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/1x8it3/what_is_the_difference_between_bitshares_and/cfaweo8

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General Discussion / how can i get the average delegate's feed price ?
« on: August 27, 2014, 06:41:13 pm »
how can i get the average delegate's feed price ? any command can work for the purpose from console ?

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