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General Discussion / Re: Somebody might enlighten me why BSIP42 on BitUSD ?
« on: September 30, 2018, 02:42:32 pm »
Is this why current feed price is 14 usd cents, while the market price is around 11.5 usd cents. Please enlighten me.

Smells Scam to me but wanted to ask anyway. Anybody know what is this vitro coin thing?

they claim partnership with bitshares but their white paper state the coin is PoW/Scrypt (Enough scam alert for me)

they also state Ronny Boesing is their partner.

Any thoughts?

I remember that CoinHoarder use to be supporter of BTS.
What happened?   :)

Meh, kind of a lot of reasons.

- I realized the Larimers are greedy when they stopped sharedropping PTS/AGS, due to the stuff with the Bitshares DAC mergers, and how the Steem project started.
- I disagreed with the lack of development (pretty much only GUI work done since Dan left)
- I felt like my opinions and ideas weren't taken seriously by the community.
- I realized there are better designed DEXs that will eventually come to fruition that don't use IOUs or derivatives.
- Tether kicked bitUSD's butt.
- The proliferation of Bitshares vaporware fork scams that never seem to come to fuition (or at least to their full potential) by "community" members.

Even with all that stuff, I still root for Bitshares because I was such an avid supporter in its beginning. Some people bought BTS because of my advice, so I want Bitshares to succeed. I just dont own any anymore. I have always been a Bitshares supporter, but I am more honest and blunt than most, so my posts may not come off that way.

Am I the only one here that thinks tether usd has become total scam ?

Do bitshare holders benefit from hero?

The Billion Hero campaign is designed to promote the Hero token by raising awareness for bitshares.
Some time this summer Stan has locked 3,000,000 bts in a dedicated wallet, it was worth $1,000,000 back then. The campaign ends when this locked amount of bts worth $1 billion (thousandfold increase in price). So yeah, it benefits the bts holders a great deal.

This campaign has more chance to end much faster, when his $1000000 get margin called. Or did this already happen? o_0

lol. low knowledge with high self-esteem results in this type of pearls.

General Discussion / Re: Poloniex withdraw issue cause as bad reputation
« on: November 21, 2017, 11:02:41 am »
"Poloniex wallet issue" is bullshit in my opinion. There is a near 3 cent price difference now, with respect to other exchanges. I would not be surprised if it turns out that they buying bts themselves at this supressed price. They would be effectively buying the competitor.

Random Discussion / Re: Bitcoin
« on: November 07, 2017, 10:05:06 pm »
wow this is broad question but let me try.

bitcoin is like you get on an armored van with a single gold coin in the vault to go buy a burger.
litecoin is the same shit except the van is kinda lighter and faster
ethereum is like trying to go to the moon with a calculator and a compass.

The low you see is actually correct but only for very small residual (i.e. 0.0001 bitusd) transactions. It happens  when some transaction is filled but a residual amount remains unfilled.It gets to be filled later.
  Blockchain operates on integers. When the amount is so small, that kind of rounding problems occur. 

Some people register to this forum just to spread FUD.

General Discussion / Re: Why BitShares is being delisted from Bittrex?
« on: October 14, 2017, 12:14:51 pm »
It is 14th and still not delisted. Something fishy going on?

General Discussion / Re: Why BitShares is being delisted from Bittrex?
« on: October 13, 2017, 09:08:14 pm »
So why is BTS still being traded at Bittrex? it is 13. Oct already.

General Discussion / Re: Why BitShares is being delisted from Bittrex?
« on: October 11, 2017, 03:59:06 pm »
Still 150 mil BTS in What are people waiting for? I am surprised that users don't experience problems withdrawing their bts last minute. Or do they experience withdrawal issues?
or.... did bittrex buy them?

General Discussion / bitUSD black swan possiblity
« on: September 15, 2017, 11:33:41 am »
How far away are we from a global settlement for bitUSD? 2.7 million dolars worth of margin call waiting to be executed. Somebody with a grasp of the economics behind this, please enlighten us.

General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: September 15, 2017, 11:28:58 am »
wow, such blood on the street. it is almost buy time

General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: September 06, 2017, 12:38:48 pm »
back to normal (almost)

General Discussion / Re: Request for shareholder opinion
« on: August 27, 2017, 07:41:10 am »
I think there should be a decided, known placewhere these bug fixes / hard forks are announced, with a "please speak now or forever hold your peace" kind of setup. If there is a big controversy about something, then we can take it to stakeholder vote. If not, then the update can be done without it.

Ideally, this should be done on-chain. This is how I imagine it:

1. A committee member creates a "hard fork proposal", which includes a brief description of the problem to be fixed or feature to be implemented.

2. At this stage, other committee members are assumed to a "yes" vote and must veto to "no" proactively. Otherwise, the feature is green-lighted to be developed after a certain amount of time, perhaps 15 days. If shareholders don't like the proposal and there are not enough vetos, then they can vote in committee members that agree with them.

3. After the feature/bugfix is developed and a release candidate is created, a committee member creates a "hard fork commitment proposal" which references the previous "hard fork proposal", and also includes the release hash and block number for the fork.

4. Witnesses commit to this, and when a supermajority of witnesses do, then the hard fork will activate at the block number.
that must be the blockchain itself

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