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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: November 02, 2015, 07:16:42 pm »
Welp, this sucks. Hot damn.

General Discussion / Re: If you are a Brownie holder
« on: November 01, 2015, 11:58:44 am »
Gotta have them brownies! Yes I gots some.

General Discussion / Re: Ethereum price discussion
« on: October 29, 2015, 03:49:59 pm »
Apparently, etheruem seems find a real usecase.

Lol not really. This is just another pump, and will almost guaranteed crash back to reality in the near future.

General Discussion / Re: Ethereum price discussion
« on: October 29, 2015, 03:06:57 pm »
Holy shit.

I can only assume that a mega-drop is imminent...but holy shit.

Holy crap that worked amazingly well. Had everything filtered and claimed in a good 10 minutes. Started with 190,000 keys lol. Used in Chrome, latest version on Windows 8.1.

Thanks for the great work!

Instructions are for *nix/OSX

...can this be done on Windows? I have some basic CLI-knowledge, but not much beyond simply copy/pasting commands.

General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: October 24, 2015, 07:06:59 pm »
Wedge up or wedge down.  What's ur guess?

If the price starts to hug the line between 1345 - 1360, then it will likely go north.  But if it starts to track ~1300 - 1310, then south is more likely. At this moment we are in neutral territory, leaning north.

What I would like to see is a break south, get the shorts all beared up, then a strong reversal back into the wedge.  This would trap a ton of shorts and ignite a big squeeze higher...

Hmm...nah I think I'd rather just see it go up instead.


General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: October 22, 2015, 12:43:43 pm »
inflection point?

Poloniex has over 500 btc worth of bts in the sell column and 120 bts in the buy column

Soooo....which way we headed? I can't read this stuff hah.

Technical Support / Re: CLI Parse_error_exception
« on: October 21, 2015, 06:53:21 pm »
Well I managed to get to key 60,000 out of 180,000 or so, and was already up to 200GB taken over by that time, which was threatening the remaining space on my 2tb drive, causing me to cancel again. Pretty ridiculous. I'm kind of afraid to start deleting the backups as they go because I don't want to screw anything up. Note also that this is just for the "import_accounts" command, not "import_account_keys" where it says it's safe to delete the backups. I guess I'll just move a bunch of stuff off the drive and try again.

Did you created a 2.0 backup of the cli wallet at the end and imported the new wallet into the light client?
I don't think that CLI backups can be imported in light client or openledger, I created the backup just in case something goes wrong with the "normal wallet" file.

I would have thought the backed up file created by the CLI wallet could easily be imported into OpenLedger through the "Import BTS 2.0+ backup" link?

Technical Support / Re: CLI Parse_error_exception
« on: October 21, 2015, 01:27:22 pm »
Thanks for that walkthrough chryspano, I'm working at it right now...but holy hell the backup process takes up a TON of disk space, I started around 90 gigs and now only have like 45 gigs left and I'm only on key 30,000 of like 120, there anyway to move the backup process to another disk or something? Oy vey.

Edit: Down to 27 gigs...guess I'm gonna need to cancel and reimport on my slow ass media server computer that has a 2 TB internal drive on it.

General Discussion / Re: Wow, I'm glad I sold.
« on: October 19, 2015, 08:04:28 pm »
To be fair, BTS isn't experiencing a "telling collapse" right now, it's been batting around the 8-15 million cap for most of 2015 (currently about 11 million)...also to be fair pretty much all crypto has been stagnant this year (aside from random pumps that always fizzle out).

I used to think you were cool islandking. Guess there's only room for one king on this island.


(but seriously I miss ya buddy)

General Discussion / Re: Worker Proposal to Level Up our Forums? (Poll)
« on: October 18, 2015, 02:29:23 pm »
I actually really like the forums as they are...simplicity goes a long way.

I don't know how "existing accounts" works, I just created a new account and then the option "import keys" became available to me, btw if you have lots of keys be prepared for a lot of pain.

Well the import from 0.9.3c option "seems" to has me enter my password and tells me all my accounts and keys and asks if I want to import...but for some reason it says I have no unclaimed balances, but I should definitely have some from the merger days. And after I click tries for like 5 minutes before Chrome just crashes on me.

This is gonna be fun.

If you are using the "Import Keys" in Openledger I think you are doing it right.

Well since I haven't yet "created" an account in openledger yet, my options seem a bit limited. I click "existing accounts" near the bottom of the page where it asks me to create an account, then I click "Import Backup" because it says "Import your BTS 2.0+ BACKUP first (if you have one)", so I'm assuming I don't want to click "import from BitShares 0.9.3c"...or wait do I want to click that since I don't have a 2.0+ backup yet?


I try to import backup from 0.9.3c that was exported using wallet_export_keys command and it just says "Invalid Format". Am I missing something obvious?

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