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General Discussion / Re: Insufficient funds to pay fees
« on: April 23, 2019, 06:49:09 pm »
You can pay with other assets, if the asset owner configures them properly

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General Discussion / Re: Insufficient funds to pay fees
« on: April 23, 2019, 05:36:06 am »
Please come to telegram @btswallethelp

In short: Most likely the fee pool of your asset ran out, so you need to recharge some BTS onto your account

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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker Proposal] Cryptomate Listing
« on: April 22, 2019, 08:01:11 pm »
What's the first and second link popping up in Google? :)

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 I have two questions:

If I offboarding 1 bitCNY to my bank account, how much CNY will I get?

If I onboard now 1 CNY, how much bitCNY do I get?

This must include all fees in the process.

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Technical Support / Re: Account Hijacked
« on: April 22, 2019, 08:32:07 am »
 I saw that too...  Did McAfee show any details as to why the warning?

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General Discussion / Re: bitusd peg
« on: April 21, 2019, 07:21:30 am »
I guess it's hard to make you happy.

They have what seems like a cumbersome aspect to their donation procedure " a 15 minute phone call"..   

https://www.cnet.com/news/cryptocurrency-needs-governments-help-says-presidential-hopeful-andrew-yang/


My pro-bitshares alter ego says there's a way to automate it with a BTS wallet .   Am I wrong?    Would it require a BSIP or not?
Maybe a dev could answer that question...that would make me happy

An automated process could persuasively illustrate the fundraising cost savings.. energy efficiency & security of the DPOS system as well as the laissez-faire foundation of crytptocurrency

Fundraiser would be nothing more than creating a new token, possible create some nice UX for it and sell it / give it away, no BSIP needed.

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General Discussion / Re: [ANN] Payger - Payment + Messenger
« on: April 15, 2019, 09:05:42 am »
Explored options to add your bridge to reference UI?

How are things coming along with Payger?

Hi CM here are our latest news https://payger.com/blog/march-newsletter-2019/ .

We are preparing the April newsletter for this week. Last month we were working on a new release of the Payger Wallet that goes live this week. The highlights are our new Payger bridge that goes live for BTC/ETH/BTS to BitEUR/BitUSD/BitCNY . Through using our own bridge we are reducing the current exchange fees drastically. Further, we lowered our KYC onboarding requirement and regular users can now register with their username, password, e-mail, pin, and their password recovery phrase. You can create an account now in less than 5 min.

Cheers Chris

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Please post the names of the signing committee members,  for the record.

I actually sorted that one out, but I'd rather have a proper statement from committee first.

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7\ Get funded from account "smartcoin-marketing". This account is multisignatured by the committee.(two days)

I checked on-chain, the payout of that has already happen. The description of that worker is quite clear when bounty payments should happen.

@ripplexiaoshan and at all committee members: Can you please comment on that?

Please clarify. It seems that the rules of the worker have changed (through an agreement of the proposal creator and escrow), and I would kindly ask you to restate the what rules have been re-redefined and what the new rules are such that anyone can participate.

I would very much appreciate to clearly define how the rules have changed.

Is it the same as before? How are listing fees handled? Are they supposed to be included in the bounty, or on top of it? Who must bring proof of what?

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Please do a PR into reference UI with the change

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The asset precision is missing on the overview

EDIT: never mind, its called Decimal Points

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To consider: The official ISO symbol if the russian ruble is RUB.

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General Discussion / Re: Core Team Recommendations for HTLC Parameters
« on: April 03, 2019, 08:24:48 pm »
We decided to leave the fixed operation fees as BTS to allow the Committee to adjust the variable component fee per day or fee per kilobyte in USD terms. They can also be converted to USD fees. The recommendation is the fixed component in nominal.

The fees look good, thus denoting them in different basis seems also weird to me. Anyways, thanks for the initiative!

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Anyone has a link to a prediction market website that you consider having good UX?

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