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中文(Chinese) / Re: PLAY 到底能干什么?
« on: December 27, 2014, 09:43:55 am »
PLAY是黑马!但是太黑了,还是有很多怀疑!现在BTS熊信了,我也信了! :P :P

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谢谢了!

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中文(Chinese) / Re: BTS最新宣传语
« on: December 23, 2014, 02:32:24 pm »
Buy BitShares,Share  banks!-中文:拥有比特股,分享金银库!

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 +5% +5%

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中文(Chinese) / Re: BTS最新宣传语
« on: December 22, 2014, 03:47:07 pm »
世界自由大同的经济一体化,由比特股实现!

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中文(Chinese) / Re: 时代bts 卖单太重,很难涨起来啊!
« on: December 21, 2014, 01:59:17 pm »
强烈建议时代bts 的买卖单改回为小数点后4位数,这样就可以使买卖单压力减轻!!

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我给个强烈建议。就算现在当选的100%代表。
必须要求他们汇报每个月都干了什么事!
为bts做了什么贡献。
我是这样想的 工资是每个月都拿的,那做事呢,是不是做了一件事之后就可以终身拿工资了呢。
比如这位:
Cass是一名设计师,包办设计了绝大部分BTS钱包GUI/网站/Logo等。
你以前的设计 3i有没有给你钱,如果已经给你钱了。那将来呢,将来每个月你为bts做了什么事。
是不是每个月都在设计啊,还是以后基本每个月 干1到2天的活就行了。

工资模式一般有2种:
1 计时算工资,比如每天工作8小时,多少工资。
2 计件算工资,每天干多少活给多少钱。
目前100%代表模式就是 不问你每天干多少时间,不问你每天都干了什么事。
最可怕的是,发工资的人 根本不是老板,而是普通老百姓。
如果是老板发工资还好点,老板很精明,干的不好,就会辞退
同意老赵的建议!可以每期半年或一年,届时汇报并进行下期竞选!

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蜗牛也说了,不可能是谣言!

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BitShares PLAY将游戏资产分为两种,一种是PLAY内部兑换资产(价格按照抵押PLS和游戏币总量比例,双向兑换),另外一种是商家游戏币资产(兑换价格由商家确定,就跟淘宝小店一样,单向兑换)

设计很人性化,符合市场需要,让两种兑换方法相互协同、相互竞争,很有发展前途!

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最看好PLAY,已经准备好BTC,等待众筹!

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中文(Chinese) / 对3I现阶段目标的一些提议
« on: December 15, 2014, 02:27:32 pm »
对3I现阶段目标的一些提议:

1、不知3I公司是否对bitshares、bitusd、bitcny及相关中文比特股、比特美元、比特人民币等的名称,在中国及美国进行过专利申请,如果没有,请马上进行。现在已经有人在冒名使用比特美元、比特人民币了!

2、由于前阶段BM热衷于vote,使BTS的进展迟滞。在我看来vote是DACS最难成功的,因为它关系政府意愿及党派的斗争。但是vote是开发很好的DAS,建议卖给热心于vote的公司,如Google、微软等,也可以无偿专让,只要求使用BTS网络系统及钱包就可以了!

3、加大力度开发好钱包。现在的钱包实在太不成熟,经常掉网。如果有大资金传输,这太可怕了!再次呼吁BM集中关注钱包开发!

4、大力推广BTS。在三亚会议上,徐诺金副司长曾说未来互联网金融的十个可能,这十个可能与BTS功能是多么相同,看了后深感BTS的宣传力度太差了!!火币网的老总在会上说了数字货币,只提到比特币、瑞波币。为什么没提比特股、比特美元、比特人民币呢?如果BTS难登火币网,可想宣传工作的不够!建议现阶段把登上火币网设为一个目标。

5、在BTS宣传上可以通过高大上的方法进行。高----在高层人士推进圈内推广,大----大范围推广,上----上媒体宣传推广。也可以做软广告----慈善捐赠等。

6、由于前阶段进入BTS的人员以IT业为主,营销能力略欠。应该吸引金融及营销人员进入。

7、建议BM不要打击BTC,要利用BTC的影响力,不要被一时的BTS升值而太高兴,也不要为vote失败而气馁。 互联网科技日新月移,不进则退啊!不要认为他人不会开发类似BTS的网络。留给BTS的时间不多了,如果2年内BTS不成功,将永远退出历史舞台!


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General Discussion / Re: Aggregate Public Opinion Matters
« on: December 14, 2014, 09:37:23 am »
Aggregate Public Opinion Matters

Whether we like it or not the mob ultimately runs society.  Individual property rights mean nothing in a riot.   If public opinion turns against something nothing can resist it for long, not even the most oppressive governments.  A libertarian utopia is the result of changing public opinion and maintaining public support for universal application of the Golden Principle without exception.     

Unfortunately most people do not form their opinion based upon facts and reason, but instead defer to the opinions of others.  Each and every day people make decisions based upon what they think other people think.   Style, language, morals, religion, politics, and just about everything are heavily influenced by other peoples opinions.   When in doubt most people defer to public opinion over their own opinion and this is the heart of democracy.

Billions of dollars are spent every single year in an effort to shape and then measure the aggregate opinion of the entire population on politics alone.   There is an entire field of study dedicated to the manipulation of pubic opinion for profit.

Some of the more sophisticated techniques of manipulating opinion is by corrupting the measuring and reporting process.   If you can control the major media outlets and continuously show support of a minority opinion over a majority opinion then people will come to believe that the minority opinion is the majority opinion.   This can either be subtle or overt. 

Perhaps one of the most overt attempts to manipulate public opinion is the corruption of “scientific polling” prior to elections or the elections themselves.   As a result of publishing these scientific polls people conclude that some candidates are unelectable while others are extremely popular even if they are not.  If you can manipulate an election then you can change the very constitution of a society while facing limited opposition.

No one likes to be a minority that stands out against the majority.  They will often publicly support the majority opinion even if they privately object.  This creates a self reinforcing cycle that results in the quiet suffering and repression of the majority.

If we are to achieve a libertarian utopia it becomes critical that the market produce an actuate and fully trustworthy measurement of the aggregate opinion.   A private, incorruptible, continuous polling of the population would provide a means for people to feel safe communicating their desire to change the way society operates. 

Fortunately with the combination of the internet and modern cryptography we now have the tools necessary to produce a nearly incorruptible anonymous polling solution.   



I don't like to talk politics, especially when I've had a few drinks... but Bytemaster, this recent comment is spot on!!  +5%

I truly believe everyone, outside of this forum, gets wrapped up with their day-to-day shuffle and don't consciously realize, just how much individual freedom is actually being eroded or taken away from them EVERY SINGLE DAY!!
It truly is a soft tyranny that most Governments (like the U.S.) are engaging on the people, through the means of Media control (some could argue through the education system also) by dumbing down the population and/or shielding themselves while throwing meaningless "media" curve balls and blatant misinformation to the public.
By using these tactics they can therefor gradually strip away the rights, opinions, power and ultimately the voice of the individuals.

Which leads me to respond of my thoughts after reading Bytemasters post...
**edit** sorry for the long post  :P

I, myself... can clearly see how beneficial the BitShares platform is, and will be to everyone around the globe!
I know a lot of us here have the same viewpoint, but in the background it seems to me we're still struggling with the best idea on how to wrap up the BitShare package and present it to the people to adopt. There are so many facets of BitShares in which to work from!!

Do we target people that are...
-Already into Crypto on the other Block chains?
-In the Financial World (Forex/Stock/Commodities Investors)?
-Wanting new ways to spend money or E-Currency?
-Looking to store assets in a decentralized way?
-Looking to transfer assets across country borders (Remittance)?
-In need of financial tools in under developed or oppressive country's?
-etc. etc. etc.

The points I just mentioned almost everyone here is on board with and  are aggressively trying to market it those exact demographics mentioned. But is this the best path? Is this how we should be spending 98% of our time and efforts?

For all tense and purposes, BitShares is a Financial and Social consensus tool.
The back bone for the financial side of the software is pretty much ready to go (especially with the coming updates).
The social side of the software (VOTE or it's equivalent) has a new spark and push behind it. I don't know that for a fact, but I'm sure Dan and team are aggressively tweaking and polishing this aspect of the platform for a reason. And I'd like to express my view point to see if it's on par with what Bytemaster and team have already concluded?!

So if the end goal of all this is to get mass adoption (I'm not trying to tout World Domination  ;D) there are some things to consider for the next big push forward.

I believe most people in the modern world today are complacent (for the most part) with the way they conduct, or interact with their current financial institution.
Now granted, everyone understand it's centralized and all that.
But... with the huge amounts of outstanding debt that's been created in the world today; I'd say it's safe to assume that majority of the people (the ones we want to have explore BitShares) are comfortable using their current financial instruments, why?
Well, the current system allows consumers to disconnect their responsibility for any bad actions or wrong doings (money mismanagement) that may have occurred by the consumer, or the institution itself if it had collapsed or had mismanaged the finances. Are burdens (ie Bankruptcy, Credit damage) associate for such actions? Sure, but most people can restart after a certain period of time and wash away their past irresponsibility. And the cycle can begin all over again.
So basically they, the consumer, can blame their faults on someone or something else for their life misfortunes which inevitably leads to a "comfort level" that money mismanagement is OK and still be able to place blame outside of themselves.
Which lends itself to near 0% risk on the consumers part. There are plenty of centralized businesses that will lend money to high credit risk people!

Now let's get into the Cryptocurrency realm, where the consumer is now 100% responsible for any and all of their financial actions!! No and, ifs or buts!
If someone happens to either loose their private keys, or improperly safe guard their computer and get hacked, or the coin they dumped their money into drops in value and dies off; Who can they go after? Who's going to reimburse their losses? Who are they going to blame? They don't want to blame themselves now do they? LOL
So by trying to push this new tech in the financial sense to the masses, is now asking them to leave their current comfort zone with centralized businesses.
Which will be very difficult to do.

There has to be another avenue to get people to interact with crypto without needing to do a whole paradigm shift, or asking them to move out of there current financial comfort zone.
On top of that there's a century's worth of saturated Banking, Credit Card and other established Financial Institutions in today's market to compete against.
With such a saturated financial market, can BitShares compete... ABSOLUTELY!!
But... it's still a big HUGE task to accomplish this either way you look at it.

Now, I think with BitShares implementing the Voting features, we can now instead pitch that side of the software (especially in light of Lite clients coming out).
Being able to introduce people to crypto through the back door of BitShares, called VOTE, by having them interact in crypto without them even knowing it.
I know Dan along with other team members were in California recently pitching VOTE to government officials along with others participants, but I have to ask, are we trying to go from ground floor to the top in one giant step? Are we biting off more than we can chew by taking that approach? Kinda like trying to kill the Elephant in the room approach?
Yes, it's great that there was strong interest of the protocol and all that BitShares has to offer, but there must be an easier way.

My approach would be this...
Let's take the Social aspect of BitShares (the VOTE functionality) and let's target the mass Social Media outlets with that sublet of the software.
Like Facebook, Google+, Linkedin, MySpace, etc. etc. and get them to see how easy and great it would be to merge the BitShare VOTE function into their platform.
List and name all the benefits and features that the BitShares software could bring to their user base of doing such. The ultimate in real time voter interaction.
Once one of these company's integrate the BitShares decentralized voting, through lite clients, now you get mass user recognition of BitShares along with people wanting to hopefully learn more about decentralization via crypto. You'll be able to put the BitShare name out there, without the consumer (or the masses) having to drastically change their paradigm to be willing to explore more of BitShares. It will seamlessly integrate into their everyday life.
Then when their comfortable with the BitShare name and learn to find out BitShares ALSO includes a robust financial side of the exact same software they've been using... BOOM!!!!

BONUS...and to my knowledge, no other cryptocurrency is able to exploit this avenue to gain mass adoption or recognition!!! Only BitShares has the goods!!!

So long story short. The bridge to mass adoption is through the VOTE features of BitShares as just explained (IMO of course).
Though the Financial aspect of BitShares is nothing to discount either!!

But knowing what we know of Bytemaster... I'm sure he's has already thought of this ions ago!!  :D :D :D :D









+5% +5%

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中文(Chinese) / Re: 中方为什么没有100%delegates?
« on: December 14, 2014, 01:51:00 am »
中文社区是BTS最坚强的支持者,应该拥有多位100%delegates!

这不仅为了钱,而是一种职责!如果BTS成功,历史也会留下各位的大名!

大家不要推辞,积极向前冲!我们是中方代表野猪团,alt等人铁杆支持者!

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