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Bytemaster has been saying for months that:

BitShares needs to stabilize and stop "innovating".
Sidechains are the proper way to expand.
He will continue to innovate (it's what he does).
He will be there when BitShares needs him.

Funny, no one mentions the other bombshell today... hint:  it ends in "3.0".

Bytemaster makes babies and leaves it to others to raise them.
That's because he is the best choice for the first and the worst choice for the second.

We all benefit when BM makes babies because we find out about them first and we know their daddy well.

He will make us many babies if he is free to innovate. 
What do you think his talent will be worth if chained to maintaining a stabilized BitShares?

BitShares is in the hands of mere mortal entrepreneurs like you and me now.
And we are exactly what it needs at this point in time.


Exactly how many more people besides BM can take over development of major new features in a way consistent with the current codebase?

In other words, who else really groks the code?

thereverseflash looks to be pretty effective

Perhaps we could have a bidding war to lure him over to Bitshares?

Since he's BM it would be hard I guess ;)

I hope he will not issue updated flash-colored-brownies2 IUAs and will stay with the first version of it!

General Discussion / Re: how to mine steem
« on: April 18, 2016, 10:52:21 am »
My wild speculation is that when you funded STEALTH you were unaware of another DAC being concurrently developed. I think it's a possibility you have been given some of the 80% of STEEM they initially mined themselves (& obfuscated in their Bitcointslk announcement) as some form of compensation, hence your multiple post support for a DAC  that I would think you would otherwise not be thrilled about in your position.

I am sure! (or something similar)  +5%
I can't  find myself another explanation   :)

General Discussion / Re: Whale Powered Assets
« on: April 18, 2016, 07:38:51 am »
Maybe the whale could burn all dilution related Bts.

WOW !!!  I think we are now close...

Here is a good question someone just PM'd me.... could someone answer it cause I don't know (remember, I'm 5)....

I presume these values need to be replaced with something else, is that right?

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--miner='["account1","5WIF1"]' --witness='"account1"' \
--miner='["account2","5WIF2"]' --witness='"account2"' \
--miner='["account3","5WIF3"]' --witness='"account3"' \

How do you create the accounts? I assume the 5WIFn are the private keys for those accounts, correct?

./steemd --rpc-endpoint
on a new terminal (or screen)

cd programs/cli_wallet
new >>> set_password "PASSWORD"
locked >>> unlock "PASSWORD"
unlocked >>> import_key "WIF KEY starting with 5..."
unlocked>>> get_account "youraccountname"

make 3 times brainkey so you import 3 different priv.keys
choose whatever account names you want without creating them... after your miners mine some steems you will get them...
use 3 witness, 3 miners with dif. keys (optimal setting )

General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: April 17, 2016, 09:19:03 pm »
bitcoinfan has sent more than 20 mil BTS to poloniex. Massive dump coming  :(

He waits a little pump before he unloads, so he will "not get noticed"  :P

This was a very exciting interview!

I've never done mining before. I think I could cobble together a GPU miner but it sounds like I could do CPU mining as well.

Could someone explain (like I'm 5) what steps I need to mine steem? Or point me in the right direction anyway....  :)

it's a good start...

apt-get update
apt-get upgrade -y
apt-get install -y git build-essential cmake libssl-dev autoconf autotools-dev doxygen libncurses5-dev libreadline-dev libtool screen libicu-dev libbz2-dev graphviz
cd /home/ubuntu
tar xjf ./boost_1_57_0.tar.bz2
cd boost_1_57_0
./ --prefix=/opt/boost_1_57_0
./b2 -j36 > /dev/null
./b2 install > /dev/null
export BOOST_ROOT=/opt/boost_1_57_0
cd ..
git clone
cd steem
git submodule update --init --recursive
cmake .
make -j36
cd programs/steemd/
screen -S steem -dm ./steemd --mining-threads=36 --seed-node='' --seed-node='' --seed-node='' --rpc-endpoint \
--miner='["account1","5WIF1"]' --witness='"account1"' \
--miner='["account2","5WIF2"]' --witness='"account2"' \
--miner='["account3","5WIF3"]' --witness='"account3"' \

Steem has vesting/lock up I believe so it does require a lot of long term faith in the founder/s. As I said regarding vesting earlier in the year...

Could they not profit dollars instantly just by voting topics everyday? What am I missing?

General Discussion / Re: Should BTS end merger vesting BTS early?
« on: April 17, 2016, 08:11:19 pm »
I voted NO... but from the other side we could....

...could it be Dan's pennis?  ???

PS Well I could... steem it!  :D

General Discussion / Re: how to mine steem
« on: April 17, 2016, 07:42:51 pm »
FYI STEEM is now beening traded on bittrex
Dumpers, hurry up!

But only available for Dan Notestein to dump on the DEX, apparently.

General Discussion / Re: how to mine steem
« on: April 17, 2016, 09:56:42 am »
Maybe you can get on some smaller exchanges, but with a well documented shitshow like this, the first person to clone your coin will be able to leverage anything new (if any) you put into it.
Hell, I might even do it. You can watch me fuck you with your own work.

The "coin" is currently under license...


Random Discussion / Re: Article on problem solving.
« on: April 16, 2016, 10:46:08 pm »
steem it !

if they're afraid of selling pressure they can vest the sharedrop for even years

 +5% +5% +5%

BitShares is in the hands of mere mortal entrepreneurs like you and me now.
And we are exactly what it needs at this point in time.

if you mean ME and YOU ... I am not excited  :-X

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