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General Discussion / Re: Wikipedia page is live
« on: December 05, 2017, 12:01:33 pm »
**EXCELLENT WORK** Thank you, please leave your bitshares account name, so people can tip you :)

yea for sure ... and woot woot ... i'm back again!

[member=45910]Ravid[/member] : TOP NOTCH job - it would be my pleasure to tip for this (2 years not possible to get done) entry and your work.

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Technical Support / Re: Using cli_wallet with remote server
« on: April 04, 2017, 09:39:03 am »
HI Mostar, I noticed the same error on one of my servers.... it happens to be a conflict with UFW / Iptables to my best guess...

I have not yet debugged it, since I managed to run the cli_wallet with local ws connection on the other server. On the not working server the aformentioned suggestions using a trusted wsS remote websocket does work as well.

Howdy Roland - annnd welcome on board here :) !

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General Discussion / Re: Design Upgrades & Thanks to Sponsors
« on: March 29, 2017, 11:04:13 pm »
I could be of assistance as well if required!  this said i have to get in contact with etherdesign as well, not the first time i'm noticing their name :)!
They are doing good work. Anyway .. so they charging $4k for the redesign (screen & code) or just (screen) - </curious cass>

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General Discussion / Re: NOTICE bitshares-mining SCAM
« on: March 29, 2017, 03:33:21 pm »
wow - odd!

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General Discussion / Re: Marking materials
« on: March 29, 2017, 03:30:33 pm »
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I think these links are what are being referred to: https://bitshares.org/contact/

Those materials haven't been updated in a long time though.

Yea but this is a good sign, isn't it?
Can provide a more updated versions soon ..

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Since the last update I've basically:

As mentioned previously, there is not a whole lot of core/fc development activity at the moment, so I think roughly monthly updates strike a good balance. Again, part of the intent of this worker is to be a clearly defined agent that can encourage and integrate contributions, but while ensuring that the stability of the network does not suffer while doing so.

This worker is unlikely to make big enhancements or other potentially nonessential upgrades on its own, but if there is a specific issue really hurting service integration or usability, of course let me know.

Shoutout to [member=43274]oxarbitrage[/member], [member=7312]ElMato[/member], [member=11456]svk[/member], and TheTaconator ([member=34016]Taconator[/member] ?) for their patches or other work!

Thanks for your updates! Much appreciated

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Any updates about your worker!?



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General Discussion / Re: [vote] Upgrade Forum Software
« on: February 04, 2017, 04:41:50 am »

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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [worker] Python-steem and uptick (1.14.52)
« on: February 04, 2017, 04:39:14 am »
voted

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General Discussion / Re: [STEEM] Slack invitation?
« on: August 13, 2016, 11:40:58 pm »

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General Discussion / Re: [STEEM] Slack invitation?
« on: July 15, 2016, 03:14:06 pm »
we have deacitvated webhooks and API integrations temp. until investigation is finished etc ..
we apologize for this and hope we can bring the inviter online again ASAP

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meh, cloudflare just ate the whole post with the stupid captchas again..

[member=120]xeroc[/member], I understand the userbases are almost non-overlapping, but I believe there is something that we could leverage to capture (it's not either/or bitshares/steemit) a good chunk of the userbase from steemit.

And that is, personal finance.. and saving.

There is one initial big wall already on this line of thought, that being SBD paying interest, which BitUSD doesn't ..

But soon enough, with the growth that Steemit has seen, there will be users from other places with strong currencies - and if we could have bitAUD, bitNZD, bitCAD and so on waiting for them, I suspect more than a few would prefer holding their national currencies instead.

We could pen articles over time about diversifying risk and how money sitting in a bank isn't exactly risk safe, and how keeping some of your stash in SteemUSD and bitNZD may be a wise idea ..


Just seems like too good an opportunity to pass up somehow .. so many non-crypto people joining steemit, and all steemit offers is SBD (which is pretty good, mind you) .. I wonder if common, not-too-technical and not-too-financial people would be interested in diversifying into bitGold, bitSilver, bitCHF, and the others I mentioned .. we could advertise bitshares as the "swiss bank account in your pocket" that made the rounds some time ago ..

Maybe. What do you think ?

yep tend to agree ... when people realizing what money comes into due the postings they will search for a store of their just gotten wealth and BitShares would be the perfect fit IMO .. my 2 bts

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just curious about the contest rules .. as i'm notcing people are able to vote more then 1 time for their logo uploads .. so IMO the vote on the logos doesn't mean anything about the quality of the published logos .. my 2 cents :P

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Definitely my personal favourite. So elegant [member=224]cass[/member]



Are the circles suppose to maybe resemble a P or anything?

yep u got it :P and thx

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General Discussion / Re: Ripple gateway add BTS joining to BTC n ETH
« on: June 28, 2016, 04:40:39 am »
great news!

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