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Muse/SoundDAC / Re: Simple little vid for you guys
« on: January 28, 2016, 04:14:01 pm »
Good work cob

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General Discussion / Re: Prediction Markets now available in GUI
« on: January 27, 2016, 07:17:38 am »
 +5% +5%

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General Discussion / Re: Crowd Donations for Mike Hearn Hangout
« on: January 23, 2016, 08:47:02 pm »
for some reason, i still do not receive your asset.
pls check it for me once you have chance
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Muse/SoundDAC / Re: January 2016 update
« on: January 22, 2016, 08:28:30 pm »
Nice work .. cob

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[member=31]fav[/member]   [member=3967]Shentist[/member]

Do you think it is a good idea to move this thread back to where Charles posted.......   

BTS  welcomes any kind of ideals and suggestions .... no matter in any kind of ways .... more harsh more welcome  +5% +5% +5% +5%
we are going to build the best de-centralized exchange platform and not a cat fight platform   

What's with the hate?

WTF did Charles do to you to illicit such a powerful negative response?

This debate is a perfect opportunity to inject Bitshares into the discussion about reaching scalability.

Are you guys nuts?

Maybe I'm too new here and don't know the history of how he pissed in stan's gas tank, but I would love to learn, so I could hate this guy too.

Might even host Ethereum VM on the Graphene real time platform and simply 100% sharedrop it on Bitcoin holders. 

The trouble is it would have to be done by somebody other than us or it would be perceived as an attack.

Why would it be viewed as an attack?

Is IBM attacking ethereum by using a fork of its code and sharedropping it to its businesses?

No

Did NEM  get pissed when that bank forked its code (POI) and distributed it to its subsidiaries?

No, it's market cap doubled.

What present reality are you guys watching, because I have no real world reference for your scientific perspective, and frankly, I'm beginning to think that we are speaking a different language.

I prefer math, science, and historical fact, vs unprecedented speculation.  What historical precedent are you referencing when you make such claims that we would not be perceived as just another Ethereum marketing fanclub like IBM?

Where are all the "OMG IBM is ATTACKING Ethereum" links?  All I've seen are "down goes another domino, first, IBM, now BTS gives in to Ethereum's superior VM tech"

Thanks to BTS, Ethereum becomes the global turing complete standard.

What would appear adversarial is if we tried to set a different VM code standard.

Where are you coming from here?

Standardization is what every crypto community has always clamored for.  No?

Without standardization or standardized languages and references, great social projects are inefficient:




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Charles always wanted to provoke this community, a troublemaker I say.

After his last post all I have to say is good ridance charles, we will miss your provocations. "Bitshares is mentioned" LOL

Sure, that's much more effective to tell him to 'get off our lawn' then asking him if we could provide some commentary to his articles that reach behind our very limited reach.  It's not like we have a flood of new supporters banging down our door.  I read he deleted his account, just food for thought for the next identified 'troublemaker'.  We need to learn to work with people that see things differently and find some value in the exchange.
Totally agree. I think we all owe Charls an apology for not treat him in a professional way. @stan. Could you please ping him and bring him back to our forum

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People has different personalities and use different way to communicate.  charles knows all the weakness of our product. I wish he can stay and we need to learn how to react to harsh remarks.

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Muse/SoundDAC / Re: Cannot Compile v2.0.160115
« on: January 17, 2016, 03:29:30 am »
Still have the same problem mentioned above...

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So you moved my post to random? Fucking seriously? Fuck it Fav, I won't post any articles or items on Bitsharestalk anymore.


our community  really need someone like charles .  we need some 3rd parties opinions to  make us turning more better ..... :) :)

we need to learn to be smart enough to listen to harsh remarks from other communities

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So you moved my post to random? Fucking seriously? Fuck it Fav, I won't post any articles or items on Bitsharestalk anymore.

hi charles, lots of members from our community like you. You are  valuable asset in our community. 

Just like BM, i am re-thinking your pow/pos design for bts mining  which you pointed out before dpos was in place . Time just proved you were right  . ether's  pow mining has brought lots of  miners into the game .... 

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manner is very important .... pls calm down... Charles 's points make a lot of sense  ..  pay attention to what he said .... PTS was around 50 dollars  (maybe less can not recall the exactly number) while charles was with us .... +5% +5% +5% +5%

Oh, I can assure you that we DO see BitShares as a solution to Bitcoin's scaling problems. And its 1-hour confirmation times problems. And its governance problems. That's for starters. Amid the current controversies there, we have certainly used this as an opportunity to promote our solutions.

Two questions for you: First, if you don't see BitShares as part of the solution, then why do you bother posting here? Second, if you think BitShares and Etherum and other crypto-projects each offer something from which others can learn, perhaps puzzle pieces that fit together make up something greater, then why the hell don't you mention this in any of your writings?

If you want to bust bubble thinking, then how about helping your readers connect the dots just a bit?

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General Discussion / Re: Crowd Donations for Mike Hearn Hangout
« on: January 16, 2016, 05:47:44 am »
send

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General Discussion / Re: Why I like Ethereum [BLOG POST]
« on: January 15, 2016, 06:28:13 am »
it is a big issue...  EVM mode can bring in tone of developers... but  Graphene does not has this kind of capability  :'(

Overall this is a great idea, specially EVM becoming an standard as it was mentioned and the capability to interop across different chains. Bitshares provides already a great BitAsset interface / Exchange etc. This will be like running Java in different OS.

Ill have to say I am the first to say it is hard to add functionality to BitShares, as it was mentioned on the blog post it is hard to sandbox yourself to test extra functionality. It is simpler to test your models in Ethereum BUT I am also the first one to say that if you need extra performance you can move to Graphene.

I look forward to this and is never too late. Yes Toast / Rune / Ryan are great candidates to do this.

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General Discussion / Re: What is BitShares at this very moment?
« on: January 10, 2016, 04:06:59 pm »
gambling by guess ing which delegate will be on a specified future block

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General Discussion / Re: Why I like Ethereum [BLOG POST]
« on: January 06, 2016, 11:41:18 pm »
Okay . Sounds right

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