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Is there a way to upgrade the account to lifetime member from the javascript console? The membership upgrade button in the GUI doesn't work for me.

great, that's exactly what i was looking for. Thanks!

Is there a way to export the private keys from that new account so it can be imported into the users main wallet?

Technical Support / Re: No new users allowed = stagnant marketcap
« on: October 15, 2015, 12:19:12 pm »
Ah thanks, I will spread the word to others. I assume since the light wallet points to openledger thats why it does not work there as well?

Technical Support / Re: No new users allowed = stagnant marketcap
« on: October 15, 2015, 12:12:43 pm »
sure, I am getting the same result as described to me.
I go to
type in a user name
and get this:

Technical Support / No new users allowed = stagnant marketcap
« on: October 15, 2015, 11:57:26 am »
Are we eventually going to allow new users to sign up for new accounts? It seems the only way to get an account at this point is to:

A)already have and import a registered account from 0.9.3
B) buy a transferable account from a lifetime member / account spammer

I have tried to bring in several new users but they have all reported that they are unable to make a new account from both the web-wallet and the lite-wallet.
Furthermore, as a non-lifetime member I cannot create an account for them.  I don't care about fees, but it would be nice to be able to use the full functionality of the software without paying $100 for what is turning into the "full version" of bitshares. 

IMO this referral system has broken the ability of bitshares to grow.  If new users cannot enter the system AND new-ish (non-lifetime) users cannot bring in users,  the only way to join the club is to know someone already deep in it.  If this is the case, than the only way for bitshares to grow slightly is for its current users to funnel more capital into it.

EDIT: I have been able to convince some of these people to retry making account given the info in this thread.  I still think it's stupid to not allow free users to register new accounts (without the fee bonus of course) but redact some of my original criticism.

General Discussion / Re: cheap register&high trans fee ***.com is taken
« on: October 15, 2015, 02:39:54 am »
Can standard users pay this fee and register new accounts from the CLI or do you still need to be a lifetime member to register an account from the CLI?

Someone should probably also update the terms and conditions of the referral program (other than the obvious grammatical errors) as it reads now it states that standard users have the ability to create accounts:

"Any User can also be a Registrar by create an account for a friend; however, their friends account will be configured to have the same Registrar and Referrer settings as the User."

So only lifetime members can register additional accounts?  This doesn't seem like a good idea at all.
I have experienced this same problem today trying to register a second account to my wallet.
We have been told that the only way to conceal our full balances is to have a separate anonymous account but can apparently only register an additional account if we are a lifetime member?  If so, this should be added to the membership information page as a perk of membership; it is much more significant than cash back on some fees.

Technical Support / Re: Web Wallet Firefox Privacy
« on: October 14, 2015, 05:25:41 pm »
I am of the same opinion.  I would hope that the CLI would allow some sort of owner-key dumppriv but I haven't had a chance to try it out yet. Rather hard to do paper wallets with binary keys.  Maybe someone with some experience could shed some light?

Technical Support / Re: Web Wallet Firefox Privacy
« on: October 14, 2015, 04:55:01 pm »
Backup wallet.
Backing up the brainkey only recovers new accounts made from within the wallet, not imported ones.

Technical Support / Re: How to Restore Wallet from Brainkey?
« on: October 14, 2015, 02:12:10 pm »
gotcha, that makes since.

Technical Support / Re: How to Restore Wallet from Brainkey?
« on: October 14, 2015, 12:52:53 pm »
It does not.
My issue is not migration from 0.9 to 2.0, that went smoothly.  I am trying to restore a 2.0 wallet from a 2.0 brainkey.
I have read through all the remaining documentation at but have found nothing pertaining to this action. 
The logical place to find this answer would be under the OpenLedger "Help" tab /Introduction/Backups but all this documentation is still missing.
I am compiling the full node now, maybe it will work there.

Technical Support / How to Restore Wallet from Brainkey?
« on: October 14, 2015, 12:32:09 pm »
I have been playing with the Graphene Webwallet for a good day now but I cannot figure out to import a 2.0 wallet from Brainkey.
I made a wallet+ account, imported balances from 0.9, saved a backup file as well as the brainkey and cleared my cache.
I was able to restore from the backup file no problem but cant see how to alternately restore from the brainkey alone.
I tried making a new wallet with the (same) custom brainkey but it generated empty.
Is there something I am missing?

Careful, I think Butterfly Labs has a copyright on the phrase "two weeks"  ;D

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