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General Discussion / Re: Lets see if it bounces.
« on: September 14, 2014, 05:06:13 pm » drops

Yes, it is easing. A good chance to get more.

General Discussion / Re: BitShares X 0.4.15 Mandatoty Update
« on: September 14, 2014, 03:28:27 pm »
Code: [Select]
:~/bitsharesx# git checkout 0.4.15
error: pathspec '0.4.15' did not match any file(s) known to git.

The correct name is v0.4.15-RC1.

General Discussion / Re: SuperNetworks
« on: September 13, 2014, 08:29:35 pm »
The conversation between devs (catia and bitfreak) of cryptonite may shed a bit more light into Supernet:

<catia> yeah i dunno. it's like they want supernet to be integrated into coins rpc
<catia> and then to run supernet you have to run daemon for all coins
<catia> so it's like ultimate in blockchain bloat
<bitfreak> hmmm
<bitfreak> so they in order to be a part of the supernet we need to customize the rpc api?
<catia> yeah import their library
<catia> which of course won't work right
<bitfreak> lol of course
<catia> and it violates my #1 goal of killing QT
<bitfreak> I don't really trust the people behind it anyway, too closely related to NXT
<bitfreak> and they can't admit when their anon scheme sucks
<Myagui> but I don't think you need to tie up to local daemon for any coins catia , think you'll only need to run any of the coins if you want to trade from the supernet dividents (which I understand will all be issued as nxt assets)
<catia> yeah it wreaks of scam with IPO stuff and is likely against US securities laws
<catia> because it is structured like an ETF afaict

And this is bitfreak's reply to l777's invitation to Supernet

Quote from: jl777 on August 30, 2014, 06:58:51 AM
OK, it seems clear no interest

Supernetwork IPO on Poloniex

bitfreak's reply: I didn't say I had no interest in the whole supernetwork thing, that does seem like an interesting idea. I just don't think the anonymity scheme you have developed is very compelling, it has too many assumptions which will never hold true in the real world, double spending prevents it from working as you imagine.

General Discussion / Re: Next bitAsset to go: bitGLD and bitEUR
« on: September 13, 2014, 07:08:31 pm »
Hey delegates,

some people around are eagerly awaiting the bitGLD
and the bitEUR

Bytemaster and I3 gave a "green light" for the community to freely publish any feeds.

Gold prices declined to their 3-month low this month and many are interested to get some gold.  With the timely introduction of bitGLD, we are entering into an exciting time!  +5%

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: delegate.liondani... let me introduce myself ;)
« on: September 13, 2014, 06:37:08 pm »

[deleted details...]

What happens?
Is it an attack?
Please help!

I am not producing blocks right now but I am not missing either at it seems there:

Poloniex reported strange activities on bitsharesx too. Have you found out if there is an attack?

BM just promised to downvote those two on the next vote ... thanks for joining the first ever downvote-party :-)
I will probably sleep much better with running less delegates ..

Great job, xeroc.  I will make sure the said delegates are in the downvote list.

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: why you can trust and vote for coin team
« on: September 13, 2014, 06:25:39 pm »
Good to see more of the Chinese community participating as delegates.  Welcome onboard!  +5%

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: Delegate bitcube - Please vote for me :)
« on: September 13, 2014, 05:58:29 pm »
1. what for do you spend your delegates income?
Efforts towards the adoption of Bitshare in South Asia. 

thanks cube - I think right now the role of the delegate is to basically help foster the initial bitsharesx infrastructure. But in the future, business plans will count for more. What specifically are you planning on doing to help adoption of bitshares is south asia? There's probably not enough income to do much yet, but sharing ideas and best practices will help everyone.

The main role of the delegate is to help foster the bitsharesx infrastructure indeed.  My understanding of bitsharesx plan is that there will be trust-worthy and competent individuals running a few delegates initially.  But eventually there will be 101 individuals, each running just one delegate.

The earnings from a delegate may not be much but it would be good enough to start off the adoption push.  People in South Asia come from a diversity of cultures, languages and norms.  The goal of delegate bitcube is to reach out to South Asians who are open to new forms of trading and investment instruments (such as Bitsharex!), working with their own diverse languages and norms.

General Discussion / Re: BTSX 0.4.13 was just posted by DAC Sun
« on: September 10, 2014, 01:27:06 pm »
delegate bitcube updated to 0.4.13.

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: Delegate bitcube - Please vote for me :)
« on: September 08, 2014, 02:59:15 pm »
Hello cube.

Thanks for posting here and getting involved.  Sounds like you've made great contributions to other areas in crypto-currencies in the past.

There is another post here that polls delegates with some basic questions, submitting your answers might encourage others to vote you in:

I'll toss some votes for you, but would like to know if you have any plans for the 80% pay rate funds you are keeping.  If it's just to pocket for yourself that is fine, but if you plan to fund things within the community that would be extra incentive for votes edging you over others that don't disclose the plans for their payouts.

Good luck!

Dear amencon

Thank you for your kind words and support.  You have given me valuable advice.  I like to thank you with my votes and support.

You are right to ask my plan for delegate bitcube.  No, I do not intend to pocket the fund. Not at all.  If you look at my work for the Vertcoin community, you would know that I have been doing it for free.  The Vertcoin P2Pool real-time node finder was fully funded out of my own pocket.  It has been drawing a lot more miners and I believe it plays an important role in helping to make Vertcoin's vision of Decentralisation possible.  And the Vertcoin ProxyPool has a pool fee of 0.25% (market average is 2%) which barely covers the cost.  I was not doing it for short-term/immediate gain.  I was planting a seed for long-time growth.

I am now part of the Bitshare community and I would like to call it my new home.  I intend to contribute to and grow with Bitshare for the long haul.

I am from Singapore, a vibrant trading hub for South Asia.  Bitshare is a wonderful new technology for trading and investment.  But it is relatively unknown outside the crypto world.  I believe the 'first step' for Bitshare is adoption.  We have massive opportunity for Bitshare to gain adoption in South Asia - namely Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.  My goal for delegate bitcube would be to put up efforts towards the gaining of adoption in this part of Asia. 

Edit: With the successful launch of the Get Free KeyID faucet, the effort towards mass adoption is now extended to the whole world.   :)

I would try to answer the rest of the questions:

1. what for do you spend your delegates income?
Efforts towards the adoption of Bitshare in South Asia. 

2. whats your burn-rate and why?
80% pay-rate. 20% burn-rate.  I believe part of the fund, 20%, should return to the shareholders.  The major part of the fund (estimated 60%) would be to use for actual adoption activities.  The rest would be to cover cost.

3. where is your delegate located?
Singapore, the trading hub of South Asia

4. whats your machine/connection/redundancy specs?
Intel Xeon E5-2630L, 4GB RAM, residing in a data centre in Singapore.  Backup power is taken care by the data centre.

5. "short" up to 300 character description why are you running a delegate or many of them
I am runing one delegate called bitcube. Please see above for description.

6. are you related to other delegate operators?

7. how many delegates are in your control?

Please support Bitshare adoption in South Asia. Please vote for delegate bitcube.

wallet_approve_delegate bitcube true

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: delegate.liondani... let me introduce myself ;)
« on: September 08, 2014, 09:28:02 am »
After thinking very serious about where to send the charity I concluded to
They are making really a great work and it is easier to me to give proof that I donated the funds. They have a paypal account and I will provide the needed screenshots every month that proof my/your donations to their paypal account..I will send the funds via my email: d***********.gr
      I will try to get in contact with Konstantinos Giannopoulos (Κωνσταντίνος Γιαννόπουλος) the president of the organization and try to convince him to accept bitshares directly as well (that would be great so we could attract a new demographic) . Right now 10% of my income will go to them. I would love to consider increasing it to 20% especially if they will accept bitshares as a officially donation method  ;)

You are doing a good cause with the btsx and I like to support what you are doing with some of my votes.  Do keep it up!

Just like the above author, I wonder if it is possible to make known to the beneficiary that they are getting the donation as part of the Bitsharex community's effort.

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: Criteria for selecting delegates
« on: September 07, 2014, 07:22:32 am »
I also massively oppose requiring delegates to provide their real life identities. It straight up goes against the point of titan, and comes across as heavily suspicious why you're so interested in  this information. Btsx is in an extremely grey area legally, no doubt it will be under the gaze of governments before long, and I don't want to be dragged away and thrown into guantanamo Bay for hosting a decentralized banking/exchange system. Anyone demanding real life information should first provide their own real life Id to prove they don't work for an intelligence agency/government.

I believe this is a very valid concern for many people. There are also those who like to keep their privacy from some strangers who may disturb (eg stalking, spamming) their real life in person.  On the other hand, the bitshare community needs to know their voted delegates are reliable and do not suddenly 'disappear'.  Perhaps one approach is for the delegate candidate to provide information that the community can use to access his/her reputation and/or track records.  What do you think?

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: Criteria for selecting delegates
« on: September 07, 2014, 07:14:46 am »
So far, the following delegates have revealed their identity:

If you are willing to reveal your identity, please do so here and list your delegate. PM me if you'd like to modify/remove this info.

Could you please add my delegate to the list?  I have only one delegate and there is an introduction page here :

General Discussion / Re: Here's the second part of my BitsharesX article
« on: September 06, 2014, 01:24:34 pm »
Feel free to add to the discussion!

Thanks again for all the help.

Very nice read.  You forgot to mention which exchange to avoid.  ;)

I downloaded the 64bit version from github and installed:

After the database reindexed the wallet then tried to connect to the network. At that point I got an error:

"BitsharesX.exe has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available."

It was working under version 0.4.10

The PC is running Windows 8.1
64 bit OS, x64 based processor

Any thoughts?

The Win 64bit is reported to have some problem. You may try the 32bit instead.

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