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Muse/SoundDAC / Re: BitShares Music and/or NOTE logo. Any ideas?
« on: October 28, 2014, 06:47:30 am »
I've finished some more designs and included them with the others. I've made a sound wave in the shape of an "M" and an "N", liondani and feedthemcake's PTS and Play crossover designs and some mixes between "n" and "N" with musical notes including kickky's idea. Let me know what you guys think.

4th from the bottom... +5

Meta / Re: Adding the BeyondBitcoin IRC/Mumble Chat on top of the forum
« on: October 20, 2014, 02:31:03 pm »
Sounds great to me.. don't know if top would work as well as maybe sidebar?

My two cents.. but overall.. being able to have instant interaction would be worthwhile I think.

I am up for volunteering.. I'm in.

That was awesome. I hope you continue to produce more of these as bitshares grows!

Still disappointing.. I don't see why a brand new registered account cannot be altered/modified before it gets votes or produces blocks. Feature request?

So I am setting up a delegate.. I get to setting the pay rate.. accidental cut and paste a cmd that included a lower pay rate than what I wanted set.

How can I update my registration to a higher payrate?

Brand new delegate.. hasn't been voted on or generated blocks or anything.

Should be able to adjust it.. especially when fat finger fudges happen.

Any more advance users or admins have a cmd that will allow this?

I tried wallet_account_update_registration but it just yelled back at me I cannot increase my payrate.

Hate to lose this awesome name because of a typo... help?

Thanks in advance,


General Discussion / Re: Good idea, but bad executor, BTSX is dying
« on: August 30, 2014, 11:32:16 am »
Not bad, we fooled the FBI into ignoring us...

Ha! Good one.  +5%

We are experiencing the same issue just attempting to get a delegate setup.

Code: [Select]
Finished scanning for new transactions.
--- there are now 17 active connections to the p2p network
--- there are now 18 active connections to the p2p network
--- there are now 19 active connections to the p2p network
--- there are now 16 active connections to the p2p network
--- there are now 15 active connections to the p2p network
 Scanning for new transactions in block: 187/259352actions in block: 173/259352
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x000000000065e91b in fc::exception::to_detail_string (
    this=this@entry=0x26d8620, ll=..., ll@entry=...)
    at /usr/src/bitsharesx/libraries/fc/src/exception.cpp:144
144           ss << variant(my->_code).as_string() <<" " << my->_name << ": " <<
As soon as we unlock the wallet it starts scanning and will crash anywhere from 180 to 300 blocks with an error similar to this.
Ubuntu 14.04 latest and running the latest build from a few hours from now. Hardware is running ok.

What can we do for a hotfix or will there be an update?


Technical Support / Re: Import Existing Delegate Into New Server
« on: August 28, 2014, 07:30:20 pm »
Wow that looks awesome.. heading out of the bunker now but will try that when I get home.

Will let you know how it works out!  +5%

Technical Support / Import Existing Delegate Into New Server
« on: August 28, 2014, 06:22:16 pm »
Good Day

By request I am copying this question here in the hopes that it can be answered and help many others who maybe challenged at accomplishing the same.

I went about setting up my own in ubuntu delegate server.. no problem on the server side.. running on a dime.

The CLI has me lost however... particularly on one point.

I have an existing delegate account that was created using the Windows client interface.. now I want to get that delegate account imported into the new ubuntu delegate server.. but for the life of me I haven't been able to figure out what or where or how to port it in with the CLI.

Do you have any tips or suggestions?

I haven't been able to find the documentation to make this work either.. all the documents float around creating a new one.. and even some of those don't match with how current commands work.

Thanks again!

Technical Support / Re: Nuclear Bunker Data Center Introduction
« on: August 19, 2014, 01:11:10 pm »
DAC is a far fetched analogy which also applies to Bitcoin. A DAC is a profitable decentralized application. The term DAC (Decentralized Autonomous COMPANY) is used because companies need to be profitable to survive. That is the reasons to call it Decentralized Autonomous COMPANY and not Decentralized Autonomous Application. So Decentralized Autonomous COMPANY as a terms is just there to make the point that Decentralized Autonomous Applications (like Bitcoin) have to be profitable to survice.

Whether your business could be a DAC: As yourself if you need to keep track of ownership (of some kind) in a decentralized way (=not only on your servers, but on many throughout the world). If yes this could be a starting point. If not I don't know how to make use of Bitshares/blockchains. SOMEONE ELSE SHOULD CORRECT ME IF HE/SHE THINKS I AM WRONG HERE.

That's a great breakdown of the analogy. Helped me think a little more on what could possibly take place. Total newbie ourselves here I couldn't possibly say if you were right or wrong one way or another. If you are I am sure someone will be eager to say so. :)

With that in mind.. a DAC that ties into all service offerings that come out of the data center and bunker seems like it could be a way to go.. it would not be unlike BTS-PTS enabling those that buy to gain profit on all activities that coming out of them.. PTS gives us share in all future DACs.. so maybe I should be thinking along the lines of a starter and then subs? Is that possible? Or am I wrong here? Someone else is certainly welcome to correct me. I see us building API into our systems so that every transaction can be part of the DAC.. every billable one at least.

Technical Support / Re: Nuclear Bunker Data Center Introduction
« on: August 19, 2014, 05:51:09 am »
You're not trying to build a DAC, and a DAC won't help you here.

You are really just trying to get a particular organization to accept BTS as payment. Which is really awesome, but make sure you understand your goals.

A DAC isn't just "let's take this traditional company and make it decentralized", it is a carefully crafted incentive structure which is almost always not applicable to traditional business models.

edit: That's not to say there couldn't theoretically be a DAC related to bunkers which involves people trading risks associated with whether or not they think they will need a bunker in the future...

I understand what you mean about DACs not meant for traditional businesses. However, we are talking primarily about a data center operation in which we plan to launch many managed services that easily fit into DACs. I have already seen some in the works. Your last remark was a good example of some creative method to incorporate a DAC into the bunker though. I think our cloud storage would be an ideal DAC candidate, or content delivery. These are just a few elements though.. a DAC that could back an entire data center operation would be something else.. and being at such early stage where we could 'fork' into this direction is what lends the opportunity.

You still think it would not make a fit?


Is your wallet synced?

Not sure.. I haven't found any specific command to do that. Suggestions?

In the bottom right corner of your wallet it will say if it is synced or not.

Ahhh I never even seen that because the lower part of the client was below my window menu. resized and there it was. Says delegate participation is below 60% and severely low. Its going.. but extremely slow. Guess I will check on it in the morning.


Is your wallet synced?

Not sure.. I haven't found any specific command to do that. Suggestions?

My turn.. wish I saw this an hour ago.. felt like I was in a chicken and egg situation.

Account Key: BTSX878w5GpLk8YXCnpKNcbm6twRuJ3Ja9kM2CFGxcic8PN6rZU2RH

Thanks so much!



Thanks.. but received nothing thus far.. how long does it take usually? Something else I need to do?

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