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This is a question no one has asked but probably many people are thinking about.

General Discussion / Display maximum risk reward every trade
« on: April 28, 2016, 10:05:26 pm »
This works for the interface and would let people know the potential upside and downside before each trade. This is a feature and should not take much developer time to implement.

How much in $ can a person make is the potential reward. How much they can lose is the potential risk.

General Discussion / Smart markets
« on: April 04, 2016, 01:10:26 pm »
Smart markets replace multiple double auctions with a sophisticated combinatorial auction as the core mechanism (Phase 2.0).[n] Because double auctions simply sort bids and asks, they are only capable of bilateral order matching on two-sided order books. And since double auctions can only do bilateral order matching, multiple securities must be traded in parallel on disconnected, two-sided order books; an arrangement that fragments liquidity. In contrast, combinatorial auctions solve complex optimization problems, so they can perform multilateral order matching on a united, multi-sided, combinatorial order book. Since multilateral order matching on a combinatorial order book enables multiple securities to be traded together in the same combinatorial auction, smart markets aggregate liquidity.

In startups the RPE is an important metric to determine how efficient the work by the employees is. In our case we have workers but do we have metrics to track how much revenue each worker might be bringing into the Bitshares ecosystem?

For example if the revenue goes up after a certain feature or certain proposal then we know it's having a positive effect. Other changes might result in a loss of revenue or lower volume. So we would want to focus on features which increase volume and through A/B testing we can determine which features are effective.


The question is why? Why don't developers care about Graphene? Is something wrong with the API? Is the community not friendly enough?
Take a look at the trending projects and let's try to understand what the Bitshares community can do to achieve similar success. It seems success of Bitshares depends on courting developers.

General Discussion / MetaExchange, why aren't you listed on Reddit?
« on: March 14, 2016, 01:05:11 pm »
I swear it's as if Bitshares developers don't even try with marketing. Every exchange except MetaExchange is listed on Ethtrader.

General Discussion / OpenLedger should buy ad space on Microsoft Windows 10
« on: February 26, 2016, 08:06:16 am »
You can reach millions of people overnight with this and it's likely ad space is still cheap because most people don't know you can buy it.

Max Wright has not posted since October 2015 and seems to have abandoned Bitshares.
Also what is the adoption rate and growth statistics for Bitshares which indicates success or failure of the referral program?

General Discussion / Request for metrics
« on: January 17, 2016, 02:45:03 am »
1) How many users of Bitshares are there this month compared to last month?
2) How many accounts have been made?
3) What is the rate of account creation each month?

General Discussion / Should Bitshares get into the XXX industry?
« on: December 16, 2015, 03:28:54 am »
If done right the risk would be considerably lower than gambling or drugs. The risk would be that the individuals involved could be arrested.

Anyway I saw this: &

It would seem that this would be a good test case if people want to protest in a safe way as it's a victimless crime in most cases and most people don't think it should be illegal. Of course if it is illegal in your part of the world then I would recommend you don't break the law and let people who are in places where it's legal take the risks.

The US cabinet department is now accepting research proposals from small businesses in 13 topic areas, including the "Applicability of Blockchain Technology to Privacy Respecting Identity Management" and "Blockchain Applications for Homeland Security Analytics"

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General Discussion / The Most Secure Messaging On Earth (Fee Backed Asset)
« on: December 10, 2015, 12:04:47 am »
This is an idea for review.

A new secure messaging breakthrough just happened allowing for secure communication beyond what Tor is capable of, which is also resistant to timing analysis and MITM type attacks. It's resistant to surveillance even if all of the Internet is being monitored in real time.

Bitshares should be the first to implement this and the fees from using this should go to the people who funded it. I think this feature would be far more popular than Stealth transactions, but also generate a ridiculous amount of fees. It would of course require very small fees but when you want privacy you might be willing to pay a fraction of a cent to a cent per message.

The breakthrough paper is here:

It's called Vuvuzela. The idea is to take the innovations from it's design to create a Bitshares community exclusive UIA to crowd donation, which can create an app which goes beyond transferring value and which can be a mainstream app.

Less technical explanation:

As is customary I've attached a poll. The data from the poll will inform the community on the level of demand and on what to do next.

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