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https://medium.com/@yobanjo/how-etheroll-and-other-dapps-will-kill-ethereum-e973d8e1c465

I think this might be exaggerated but it has it's point. Meanwhile BTS can handle hundreds or thousands of transactions per second and also supports smart contracts. How can we take advantage of this? Apart from just saying this on social media because it will only make it seem BitShares is attacking Ethereum (dont forget they have a large userbase).

BitShares survived an extremely hard period. yet people continued to work on it, create on top of it and continued to support it. Slow and steady wins the race. I think in the end BitShares will be one of the few to survive. It only makes me a bit sad not seeing it recognized in the crypto sphere.

Plus, original creator of DPOS, used in a lot of projects and gaining traction.

Assuming we implement EVM, could any Ethereum contract/dapp be ported over to BitShares, but with the advantage of being blazing fast and cheap?

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I can't make any type of transaction it seems. I just want to withdraw funds, but cant also upvote or post.

Im a little frustrated as this is going for some days. The very purpose of a blockchain is to be able to move funds to wherever I want, whenever I want but that doesn't seem to be the case with Steem, smh.

I've waited like I saw some ppl say on a few threads, still the same.

Anyone knows a way around this?
Try now.

You need some VESTS in your account to be able to transact

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It seems those work as fees? Why cant steem tokens be used to pay for that instead? I'm not into steem technicals didnt read on it

And thank you [member=350]Bhuz[/member]

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I can't make any type of transaction it seems. I just want to withdraw funds, but cant also upvote or post.

Im a little frustrated as this is going for some days. The very purpose of a blockchain is to be able to move funds to wherever I want, whenever I want but that doesn't seem to be the case with Steem, smh.

I've waited like I saw some ppl say on a few threads, still the same.

Anyone knows a way around this?

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: April 21, 2017, 11:00:39 am »

No one got a comment on that?

 +5% +5% +5% bravo.

Huum.. True, it's good to see the price rise but imo not worth celebrating because every other alt is pumping. Once alts bear market come then we will see if BitShares price can hold the pressure. Until then this is something temporary. Markets are cyclical but the ones that will survive will be the ones who keep slowly gaining value and don't die. I'd say BitShares survived a rough "winter" and the community is strong otherwise it would be a dead project. But we still have to see how it will perform during a Bitcoin bull market that breaks new ATHs

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General Discussion / Re: Stop the dilution
« on: April 21, 2017, 10:57:03 am »
BitShares has a fixed supply of 3,5 billion tokens. There will be no more tokens issued. There's no creating of more supply like you're claiming.

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Should we raise this question again next week if BTS prise drops to what it was a month ago?

Make it dynamic. We have USD feeds so use that to make the chain adapt and pay the equivalent of X USD worth of BTS. That way even if price changes witnesses will get roughly the same dollar value every month.

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Most probably run on cheap servers. I seriously doubt any witness provides a service worth $500 a month, let alone $1200

Cut it down, if they're not happy, let them leave, true supporters will stay as they clearly will still make a profit and new ones will come. Whoever leaves because of that it's because it wasn't dedicated enough to support the network either way. Let competition kick in.

$1200 is an absurd, if they want more apply for a worker.

Are witnesses even paying for feeds from an accurate source or something?

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General Discussion / Re: Bistshares vs Waves Platform
« on: April 20, 2017, 09:53:06 am »
BitShares is better technically and on the aspect of having a true decentralized and stable token. However that is not everything. Waves is way better funded, has more momentum and way better PR than BitShares. Their DEX even if it isn't as good, looks better. So people will naturally go there becasue user experience matters.

Either way, I think what matters the most and what ends up making the difference in the end will be liquidity. People trade where's volume. So better pump these bots, which are one of the best things happening to Bts imo. Anyone can provide liquidity even if only a tiny bit.

Btw, the way that was handled on Twitter was bad. It doesn't look good or show confidence on BitShares' product. Just focus on BitShares and bringing in liquidity, let others alone. The tech is here, so it's just a matter of time until the cliente looks better and liquidity increases.

I think BitShares should take advantage of this altcoin bubble to hire someone or a team of UX experts to do a rework. It will end eventually and might be harder to do so in the future.

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General Discussion / Re: New updated version - Moonstone Wallet Beta
« on: March 29, 2017, 08:12:53 pm »
Didn't expect this. Good news.

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: March 29, 2017, 07:53:10 pm »
Technical analysis is maybe not the right tool for BTS price prediction.

I would also take a look at fundamentals.
- Vesting period rearrange sims to be over.
- MPAs collateral is on steady rise for 3 months
- Volume on Dex is on steady rise, centralized exchanges deposits are falling.
- Bts.bots and shorting are growing in popularity. 
- Stress test is proving technology superiority.
- Bitcoin is bearish. Internally - governance problem is on the rise, externally - governments are establishing serious control belts. People are exploring alternatives.
- Community is consolidated attracting new raving fans
- Many projects are on the rise exploiting bitshares only features. 
- The growth is shy but steady
- Bitshares muscles are becoming visible.

There would probably be some corrections here or there, speculators are hunting for prey. Overall BTS has decent rise perspective.

Yup, agree with this.

Yeah most likely just a random pump. Plus I saw the weekly chart and every time there is a big selloff, there was a pump after, so this might be also it. Nonetheless, there are still lot's of people who waited a long time to get rid of their bags. I'm waiting to see it back to 300 satoshis and see if it holds. If it does I will probably start accumulating. We broke 2year long down trend and volume is increasing, it just needs to keep going on.

We were already at/below the 300 satoshi range for a while. Accumulation phase is over, IMO.

why not? it's a coin like any other. charts show emotions.

I wouldn't say it's over. we were on 300 for a while but always trending. we are yet to retest support. as far as we know Bitshares still hasn't found a bottom imo. It's still too soon to call a bottom but that's just me.

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: March 29, 2017, 07:28:28 pm »
Finally BTS is joining the Alt coin pumps... $0.070 has been resistance for the last year.  If it can clear and hold above that, there is a good chance the bear market is over.

I am skeptical since BTS isn't really outperforming many currencies.  Dash and ETH are getting hundreds of millions of dollars pumped into them, while BTS is only up 7 mil.  Once the alt coin pump is over, how well BTS holds up will show if the bear market is done.  If bts breaks $0.070 but fail to hold above for more than a few days, BTS will probably test the lows again.

I thought we were looking at a failed bounce a few days ago, but it looks like we are going to give $.007 a test.  A break and hold above would finally move this thing out of it's seemingly never ending downtrend... It's still not showing a ton of relative strength vs the other alts though... It still hasn't made its way up the overall rankings ladder.  Plus this pump just seems to be a constant rotation between different alts, I mean look at the rocket that Bytecoin has been on...not sure what is causing that.

Yeah most likely just a random pump. Plus I saw the weekly chart and every time there is a big selloff, there was a pump after, so this might be also it. Nonetheless, there are still lot's of people who waited a long time to get rid of their bags. I'm waiting to see it back to 300 satoshis and see if it holds. If it does I will probably start accumulating. We broke 2year long down trend and volume is increasing, it just needs to keep going on.

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This really isn't fake volume. Transactions are being done on the blockchain, fees paid. I suggest you change the tittle and reword the original post. BIiSaares' reserve pool is the one paying for the transactions. But this is NOT fake volume since fees are being paid and any other user can take the orders from your bots.

I think this is actually a nice idea but let's just allow people to use [member=4465]alt[/member] 's bots, which, btw, were the best thing that ever happened to BitShares as it is the kickstarter the DEX needed. Let people use them, let volume grow for some months. As long as it keeps increasing no need to take money from the pool.

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: March 26, 2017, 12:33:29 am »
This slight pump might be the first sign of reversal of a 2 year long downtrend. Which means upwards potential should be pretty big. I might get in with a small amount
https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTSBTC/NoBD0Rld-BitShares-breaking-out-of-2-year-long-down-trend/

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: March 16, 2017, 11:30:56 am »
The bottom es around 10M$ MC. It's not very risky to buy around these low prices because we never went much lower.

At the contrary, the value in term of $ is very important. BTC grew 500% lately, you can't compare something to a super volatile currency. It would be like saying "damn, the price of milk went 500% cheaper in $ in my country ... look at BTC"

I don't think ppl here are waiting a random pump. They see a huge potential and low prices, they buy and wait for the giant to wake up.  We are getting there.

There is every day more and more projects, activity and trading in this community. That can't go unoticed forever.

The new website should help a great deal if it reflects the activity both in the community and in the dex.

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That's what people have been saying since the merger. Yet anyone who held all this time got rekt.

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: March 14, 2017, 11:42:52 am »
BitShares didn't even pump now, when every single alt on Polo did.

Whoever is buying it now, it better be because they are cool with it and don't care about the price, otherwise you're probably going to regret it. Yes, USD is stable but small alts are traded against BTC, USD price doesn't matter imo.

Charts have no structure, there's no bottom, no support levels. As long as it doesn't have one, it's extremely risky to hold and most likely it will go down. The only thing one can do is hope it will randomly pump. Hoping makes you lose money.

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