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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker Proposal] Chronos Crypto Videos #2
« on: December 19, 2016, 01:54:20 pm »
[member=22994]Chronos[/member] ,you can make Videos and get money in Steemit´╝ÄOr create a UIA like VIBERZ   .
The investors lose too much blood,we need BTS deflation at this difficult time.

Deflation is at an all-time low.. we have less bts now coming into the market now than ever. At what point is it no longer a difficult time?

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PEERPLAYS SNAPSHOT DATE

THE PEERPLAYS TEAM WOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THE SNAPSHOT DATE FOR THE PEERPLAYS TOKEN.

IF YOU ARE HOLDING OR TRADING PEERPLAYS TOKENS RIGHT NOW, PLEASE READ THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CAREFULLY!



Retweet: https://twitter.com/PeerPlays/status/807234167725588480
Steemit: https://steemit.com/peerplays/@peerplays/important-announcement-peerplays-snapshot-date
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeerPlays/posts/711007722404112
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/peerplays
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Peerplays/comments/5he3ay/important_announcement_8211_peerplays_snapshot/

So what did the previous snapshot do?

Sent from my SM-N920T using Tapatalk


That was the sharedrop for Bitshares.

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PEERPLAYS SNAPSHOT DATE

THE PEERPLAYS TEAM WOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THE SNAPSHOT DATE FOR THE PEERPLAYS TOKEN.

IF YOU ARE HOLDING OR TRADING PEERPLAYS TOKENS RIGHT NOW, PLEASE READ THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CAREFULLY!



Retweet: https://twitter.com/PeerPlays/status/807234167725588480
Steemit: https://steemit.com/peerplays/@peerplays/important-announcement-peerplays-snapshot-date
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeerPlays/posts/711007722404112
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/peerplays
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Peerplays/comments/5he3ay/important_announcement_8211_peerplays_snapshot/



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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: December 06, 2016, 06:31:06 pm »
In the last three months:

Ethereum is down 44%
Bitshares down 33%
Steem down 71%
Ethereum Classic down 44%
Litecoin down 11%
Monero down 46%
Dash down 22%
Augur down 72%
NEM Down 41%
Waves up 43%
Bitcoin up 25%
(by no means a comprehensive list, but good indicators)

We can see that by no means is this down trend unique to Bitshares in the short run (last three months). Long run chart trends are important for sure, but the current slump is almost exclusively an exodus to Bitcoin which received about 2.5 billion in capital in the last three months. It is reasonable to trade and invest based on your thoughts on this trend continuing or not at the moment most other factors are taking a back seat.

Peerplays bucked that trend and is up significantly in the last 3 months. :)

Just say'en.

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General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: December 05, 2016, 07:32:42 pm »
CNY market cap is getting torched currently... This plus the decline in the BTS price looks like some larger holders are leaving the ecosystem

With the chaos going on around the world, people will take notice of BitShares.  It seems to get glanced over by the crypto crowd however once real traders try it out, watch out.

-War on cash worldwide, see India as the latest example
-Crazy volatility in FX markets
-Volatility in the metals markets

The list goes on and on.

How are they going to notice what they never heard of?

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Just broadly so far I've:

- Merged some fixes from upstream Graphene repo that have been sitting there for a while
- Workaround for log files filling up disk space during sync
- Removed some offline seed nodes
- Deleted some abandoned branches from GitHub repo
- Updated docs submodule (repo wiki) with upstream Graphene updates
- Merged a couple minor pull requests
- Removed some no longer active members from GitHub org
- Added [member=11456]svk[/member] as admin to GitHub org

Next I want to begin merging updates/fixes (of which there are many) from upstream steemit/fc. This requires a lot of care because some of them are incompatible with BitShares.

General housecleaning as promised. I know it is tedious and generally boring but it needs doing. Thanks for that.  +5%

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General Discussion / Re: What R3 think of our bitassets / smartcoins
« on: November 30, 2016, 06:38:45 pm »
Interesting. It would be technically possible to use BTC as collateral on the BTS chain, while keeping BTS for fees. But it would have the same sidechain security challenges: BTC miners could collude to steal the collateral out from the asset. Today, BTS witnesses can't do this, so it's a step down in security.

I actually think that BTS can become a better and better collateral token as its market cap grows. Considering that, and the security implications, this line of inquiry doesn't excite me as much as it could. Honestly, if I were going to sidechain it up like this, I would be tempted to just clone Graphene and not use the BTS token at all.

Good discussion. After reading the R3 article, I like the Bitshares model more than ever.  :)

I don't quite get the security risk you are suggesting. This would mean a mining attack on all the bitcoin network not just BTS. There must be some preconception you are working from in regards to how a sidechain might work with BTS. If the sidechain is actually a complete stateful sidechain then such a mining attack would be required for the entire BTC network I think.

If the was some variation implementation though then perhaps there are potential security holes.. still the prospects of using other items for collateral is compelling. I personally would like to see some kind of index which would likely provide more stability. Still it doesn't solve the problem regarding shorting it. Perhaps its that whole mechanism that needs to be focused on rather than the collateral itself.

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General Discussion / Re: What R3 think of our bitassets / smartcoins
« on: November 29, 2016, 03:15:41 pm »
Right, using Bitcoin as collateral would not solve the problem of volatility.  Bitshares would work the same way. Managing the collateral is a simple business risk that can be professionally managed by experts. As long as one does not replace the Bitcoin nor the USD both sides are fine.

The idea of pooled collateral is an interesting perspective. Would that reduce the individual loss and spread it among all issuers? In the Bitshares blockchain today everybody has to manage their risk level themselves. A bigger BTS buffer helps in volatile times.

Yes.. it essentially 'should' make the movements less drastic. It is easier to bet on something that moves only 1-5 points vs something like BTS that overnight can go up or down by as much as 30-50 points. Bitcoin likewise can move outside of that space perhaps not overnight but certainly over even a week. We have seen 20% gains just recently.

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General Discussion / Re: Remember, remember, the fifth of November
« on: November 06, 2016, 02:18:52 am »
That day marks the end of an era, which had a very negative impact. Hopefully this brings in more confidence and a period of prosperity to the ecosystem.

It's good news.. going to be interesting to see what happens next year.

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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker Proposal] Chronos Crypto Videos #2
« on: November 06, 2016, 02:08:51 am »
The next video has been released! Bitshares Merger Vesting Ends

Fantastic! I hope this is in-depth and leave no unanswered questions about what it was and what it means now that it is over.

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General Discussion / Re: BitShares administrative and maintenance tasks
« on: November 01, 2016, 04:41:46 pm »
holy s*** Vikram is back!

great to hear this! I have to say that as much as Dan was the brains behind the project, you were the engineer behind it, and you made witnesses' lives much easier by fixing all the little warts, polishing edges, properly tagging and announcing releases, and more generally maintaining the administrative part of the project that makes it easier for the rest of the ecosystem to consume the software.

Your presence in BitShares 2.0 was missed (by me at least, but I don't think I'm the only one) and for example the general feel of the cli_wallet in bts 2.0 is a lot less polished than what it was at the end of 0.9.x due to that.

So if you want to come back and fix all these little things to make a great product even greater and manage the project to that end, then I guess that you clearly have my support!

^^ This... So long as the proposal is well laid out you can expect bunkerchainlabs-com proxy support. Consider potentially looking at the current list of fixes and creating a roadmap for each one along with potentially some minor feature enhancements. This would go a long way towards providing a long term benefit of your worker and keeping it voted in in tandem with releases.

If there is anything we can do to help out feel free to contact us. I know how difficult it can be as a startup.

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Technical Support / Re: freedomledger: loss of wallet password
« on: October 23, 2016, 07:22:04 pm »
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!
Regards.

That's blockchain at present,  Password lost .. money lost.

No way to get that back. You should still keep the wallet and keep trying.
Maybe you can come up with the password eventually.

Perhaps make sure its the same account you are trying to enter the password for, and not possibly another account.

Write down everything you know about the password and keep trying. Realize you say you wrote it down, but perhaps caps were on, or maybe a capital I is a small l.

Maybe someday someone will come and create a wallet password brute forcer. Until then, AES encryption is extremely hard to break.

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Does bitshares have a proper way to liquidate outstanding tokens which are no longer supported?

No it does not.. but it's an interesting idea to enable some kind of kill switch for owners. The alternative of course is hard forking it out by a consensus from the voters.. but that would get messy and trample on property rights in my estimation. I would prefer if there was some way the owner could voluntarily kill their asset in some structured way so that all balances somehow go through a forced settlement and the name can be removed from the space. It would then be claimable again perhaps after a period of 60 days or something like that. Similar to how domain names work I suppose.

Just some thoughts.

Sorry construction didn't work out... I know how hard going crowdfunding can be.

At least, there should be some way to freeze an asset such that it can't be traded at exchange anymore.

That's already possible.. just not in the GUI.

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