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Technical Support / Re: Access BTS with BTC private key?
« on: May 21, 2017, 11:51:53 pm » looks nothing like the wallet i'm using, Bitshares 2 v 170410.

Technical Support / Re: BTS showing as claimed when importing
« on: May 21, 2017, 11:49:55 pm »
wallet/lookup balances under "balance claims:" shows no unclaimed balances.

Technical Support / Re: BTS showing as claimed when importing
« on: May 21, 2017, 11:38:18 pm »
it shows a total balance and says i can claim it to an account but it does not show any claim button anywhere on the screen.

Technical Support / BTS showing as claimed when importing
« on: May 21, 2017, 11:32:48 pm »
been trying to import BTS from original purchase of protoshares on coffeegrounds exchange in november 2013. balance shows in Birshares 2.0 170410 but unable to claim. have tried importing 4 times and backed up wallet each time. documentation only shows web wallet, not this wallet in wallet mode. part of the balance was missing with one tx out of 4 missing in BTS 1 0.9.3c. been trying 12 hours to get this to work. please advise. thanks


It would be be great if some of the dev team of corona for example Mike Doty or Stas Oskin would approve his participation .. thx

Did you mean the dev team of Crypti authenticating someones' participation. I'm sorry, not clear on the suggestion.

General Discussion / Re: Vote for BTS - Current Rank: 2
« on: June 01, 2015, 12:02:25 am »
Congrats! Looks like Bitshares will be added to Coinomat.

Thought of doing a snipe for Crypti, but since I've been big on Bitshares since inception and Protoshares mining days, I gain from either one winning this round. Crypti can win the next and will have more features posted by then. The only one to gain from a bidding war is the exchange. It also isn't clear when the voting cuts off, i.e. when a transaction is sent from a wallet, when it first enters the blockchain, or after a set number of confirmations, and is the deadline UTC or some other time zone, maybe even midnight at the International Date Line?

Is there a list somewhere with the DACs which have been launched from which Protoshares (Bitshares PTS) holders should claim shares? So far I know of Memorycoin 2 and Bitshares X (not yet claimable), don't know if Keyhotee had shares for Protoshares holders. Are there any others? Information is still hard to find without hunting all over the place and wading through forum topics and posts.

I've been waiting for a PTS withdrawal from Cryptsy since last night, over 12 hours. There is no legitimate reason for a financial institution not to immediately return customer funds upon request. This smacks of the exchange using float to finance its own operations and profiting from trading using customer funds or making a spread by delaying the withdrawal while buying the coins at a lower price during the delay.

It is also a big red flag that the institution is insolvent.

Sorry, liked the idea initially but the moderation feature makes this a non-starter for me. This proposal has vulnerability by design.

General Discussion / Re: Clean Currency Campaigning
« on: January 16, 2014, 12:31:27 am »
Best approach is to develop an independent economy where commerce can be conducted entirely with crypto currency without the need for exchange in and out of USD or other fiat. Automated P2P delivery on an open source platform will go a long way in accomplishing this.

General Discussion / Re: Bitshare Kickstarter
« on: January 16, 2014, 12:23:45 am »
is there any such thing similar to a 'invention' thinktank, or a kickstarter that maybe DAC supported?
(like CBC TV 'dragon's den') or

I thought it would be cool to have a crowdfund version of Sharktank where the audience could participate by investing in the proposals. This could be done with an initial live webcast which is then posted on the crowdfund site with other info from the proposal.

I'd be interested in hearing of any other projects along these lines (except NXT - NOT interested).

Why against NXT but not MSC? (just curious)

NXT slammed the door in my face when I went to go invest in it during the presale, leaving me with a very strong personal bias against it. Someone else who sent in a Bitcoin while I was waiting for an answer if we were still able to invest was allowed in. From :

from: Kyune

Re: [ANN] Nxt :: descendant of Bitcoin
November 18, 2013, 12:19:24 AM
from: Come-from-Beyond on November 17, 2013, 11:51:27 PM
from: Come-from-Beyond on November 17, 2013, 10:53:05 PM
from: td services on November 17, 2013, 10:51:09 PM
Can we still join in between now and January 3? I haven't really seen any clear definition of a deadline.

I'm waiting for the answer. BCNext reads this thread.

Some changes in the plan:

1. Fundraising is over. That last 1 BTC, sent after the 2nd marking transaction, will be accepted but no more deposits should be made.
2. Nxt will be launched earlier than on the 3rd of January, right after the final test.
3. New Nxt users r supposed to be attracted by selling NXT and distributing via Nxt Faucet.
4. Messaging feature will be released later to avoid situation when somebody attempts to bloat the blockchain making it too huge for newcomers.

BTW we need one more bootstrapping server, coz 2 servers is not enough.
So, if I understand this correctly:

1) the main dev (BCNext) no longer posts directly to this thread but you purport to communicate with him and speak for him about the project, something we can't confirm,
2) the deadline for contributing BTC to acquire Nxt, which was originally described as being open until the genesis block was approved by the community sometimes at least a month from now, is now suddenly declared over with no advance warning; and
3) the BTC that were already sent to acquire Nxt, which the main dev (BCNext) promised earlier in this thread not to touch until the genesis block was generated, have now been moved.

Mastercoin, on the other hand, ran its funding round to the full length as promised. They have also been very transparent about their operations, established a set of directors to oversee funds, and have been a professionally run project. I'm very happy with the Mastercoin project, as I am with Invictus.

General Discussion / Re: Is it like you don't care about PTS?
« on: January 15, 2014, 04:05:02 pm »
I invested 4 days with my entire team (I run a start-up too) , setting up 1000's of servers (close to 4000 for those wondering) and burned around 40000 dollars (not to mention time wasted doing this while I could focus on my start-up instead),  and mined a seizable amount of coins. Sure I could dump my coins in mid December when coin prices were at a high. But no! I believed in what you guys were doing and stuck around as any reasonable investor would. I looked forward to keyhotee and bitshares and spoke about it to people. As a matter of fact I have also been working on partnerships with different networks for acquiring massive mining hardware, servers and was looking forward to investing another 100,000 in mining operations.

This is exactly what Protoshares was trying to avoid by having an algorithm which favored standalone computers with CPU mining based on memory capacity for decentralization, with a much more gradual creation of PTS. While it succeeded in discouraging ASICs and GPUs, it failed by allowing massive cloud mining on server farms and botnets. The money wasted on cloud mining would have been much better spent on development. I really hope someone comes up with an algorithm which cripples cloud mining along with the ASICs and GPUs.

I considered exchanging PTS for AGS, but have decided the lock-in of AGS is not worth the loss of optionality and liquidity of PTS at current AGS prices, but AGS makes a lot of sense to correct the problem with Protoshares, which have become a liability with little benefit to the project.

I'm diversifying into all of the next gen crypto asset projects which look promising with evidence of a solid team, adequate funding, and evidence of progress on the underlying technology. So far this list includes Mastercoin, Invictus, eMunie, and Ethereum.

MC2, colored coins, and Open Transactions are also very promising, but not directly invest-able.  Monetas, an extension of Open Transactions into mobile, is seeking investment.

XCP looks interesting with a client in alpha, but I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around proof of burn of BTC to determine distribution of the premine - seems wasteful of funds which could go to development. Over 800 BTC has been burned already (over $600,000).

I'd be interested in hearing of any other projects along these lines (except NXT - NOT interested).

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