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General Discussion / The War on Cash is Over, They Won!
« on: January 03, 2017, 04:30:21 pm »

The last few years there was an enormous campaign with tv commercials trying to persuade everyone to stop using cash and convert everyone to plastic money users, it failed but now it's time for their plan B.
Every one has to use plastic/electronic money or will suffer heavy taxation, depending on your yearly income you will have to spent 10%-20% of it with cards or electronic buy transfers.

The above article doesn't mention the fact that you will also loose the tax deductible sum of 1900-2100 euros!

After the "training period" is over it's a certainty that they will raise the percentage to 100% because everyone will know how to use credit cards, cash are already advertised/promoted as "bad" "filthy" "stinky" "cumbersome" "you don't need it!" "it's bad for you"

Soon in your country too!

General Discussion / Re: Synereo
« on: January 03, 2017, 08:39:15 am »
Personally I would never try to touch this thing! but that is just me.

Also I find interesting the comments of Joseph in this stupid thread
Ctrl+F will save you time to find them.

General Discussion / Re: bitShares Charts (technical analysis)
« on: December 24, 2016, 01:23:44 pm »
and then the "hack" happened...

How convenient...

General Discussion / Re: btc38 hacked and 10M BTS stolen
« on: December 24, 2016, 01:12:24 pm »
Looks like btsx-bitshare is starting to sell. Is there anyway openledger could blacklist this account from buying open.assets?

It's sad to see crime on the bts blockchain and of course there is always the inherent freedom to transfer assets you own, but we should do everything we can to track and prevent btsx-bitshare's activity.

Who's to say BTC38 itself is not behind the "hack?"  Much the same can be said for Gox...

General Discussion / Re: [Evaluation] Need for a better python library?
« on: December 14, 2016, 03:40:11 pm »

General Discussion / Re: What R3 think of our bitassets / smartcoins
« on: November 27, 2016, 03:11:51 pm »
R3 is slowly falling apart...


R3 and its cast of characters are attempting to optimize & preserve obsolete business paradigms, a business model that justifies consulting revenues based on saying what the client wants to hear but ultimately their work will prove to be little more than a costly experiment

Also I don't think you are saying the whole truth about transwire fees, in most curencies they are much higher than what you claim

I didn't make a claim about "most currencies". I gave a specific example.

Yes, I know. But you selectively choose the lowest transfer fee from transwire for your example fully  ignoring the rest 1% 1,5% and 2,5% of their fees.

How much btc and bts will the recipient get if you sent him 1 btc and 1.000 bts with transferwise?

This is funny, but I am talking about the remittance market.  Here is a quote from the Remittio webpage:

"Created for the unbanked and underbanked who need an affordable and reliable banking alternative"

How many migrant workers do you think are being paid in BTC?  How many are being paid in BTS? If a peruvian house-cleaner in Rome is being paid in BTC or BTS then this service is still just an average service on a cost-per-remittance basis.

As it is, potential remittance customers must be incentivized not just to use your service, but to enter crypto altogether, and that also has an exchange cost associated with it - making the whole process even more expensive. If you can offer remittances at prices of which crypto is capable - like 10 cents per transfer or something - then remittance customers will flood into crypto, because it is that much cheaper. Otherwise remittance customers will stay in fiat even if your remittance product is slightly more competitive, because there is also a time/hassle-cost associated with the conversion to crypto.

Migrant workers might not care about crypto but for anyone else who does care, transferwise offers no service, remittio does!

Ridiculous! Even transferwise does better: They use the mid-market exchange rate (meaning no additional percentage fee slapped on) and have a low flat fee.  Right now I can send 1k Euros to the US and the recipient gets 1057.86 USD.  The flat fee is already included and was $4.98.

You're charging $10 a pop to use the service, then a 1% fee on top of that.  Who knows what exchange rate.  That's 4 times as expensive for the example given above.

The remittance market will not flock to Remittio for remittance.

Edit: 1% Fee doesn't apply to SEPA and SWIFT Transfers.  So 4 times as expensive is reduced to 2 times as expensive.

How much btc and bts will the recipient get if you sent him 1 btc and 1.000 bts with transferwise?

Also I don't think you are saying the whole truth about transwire fees, in most curencies they are much higher than what you claim

General Discussion / Re: BitShares administrative and maintenance tasks
« on: October 31, 2016, 11:39:43 pm »
^ upvote

General Discussion / Re: Any non spam posts I should read here?
« on: October 25, 2016, 09:16:16 am »
Is this the end? Too bad. I still have shares stuck in a wallet with too many keys to upload.

I have seen this happen to other coins, which signaled the end. The forum always turns into a ghost town and the market cap drops and drops.

I really dont think it has anything to do with Dan and Stan leaving for their new scam but rather that they didnt leave sooner. Like before the merger or before bts 2.0.

After the fuck ups of this project, I dont even follow any coin besides BTC. They all promise the world but have zero fuctionality beyond what bitcoin already does. Its a shame because I really think had BTSX been worked on and the market been delivered as sold, it wouldve been a game changer. But, nope. Dan, Stan and friends had to suck as much money out as they possibly could killing the market cap. Then users started leaving. And less users meant less money to suck out. And off the suckers went looking for a new class of idiots.

Ill predict that steem will continue to fall and within 6 months the Cryptonomex crew will concoct a new plan for a new coin.
I unilaterally disagree with this opinion, future will tell.

Technical Support / Re: freedomledger: loss of wallet password
« on: October 23, 2016, 09:54:44 am »
Hi I've written my wallet password down and i've tried with and whitout capitalization but it still doesn't work.
What do you suggest? I need to get my account acces back!

Be sure that there is not some kind of misspell in your written password, like  qg9  C(  ij1!l  etc

General Discussion / Re: The death of Bitshares
« on: October 10, 2016, 08:46:36 am »

I use bitshares daily and find it an invaluable tool in my crypto life. Near as I can tell it's not going anywhere.

Daily? - yet it is so invaluable that it is worth posting here for you only 1 time in the past 7 months. WItness = Retired :)
Cryptofresh shows you use OL about once a month at this point.

Cryptofresh also "shows" that you don't even exist!

Begone Evil Spirit!

Technical Support / Re: unable to import my old bts wallet backup
« on: September 22, 2016, 11:38:24 am »
Maybe this can help...

my password and backup file are correct ,but it say Invalid password
someone help

If your backup file from version <= 0.4.x, first you should install, import backup to the wallet and when uninstall and install 0.9.3c. you can find here:
0.9.3c here:

I might be wrong in this but in some old notes I have, it seems that first I used the 0.9.2 version to import the protoshares dat file and then installed the 0.9.3c version to export


[member=120]xeroc[/member] I think the link you posted is wrong...

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