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By taking the block number information however, we can then use the ‘get_block_header’ API call to get the UTC time for that specific block. The downside of this API call is that it doesn’t support batched calls. That is, a request has to be made specifically for every missing block header. This can be time-consuming, especially if we decide to load all historical transfer’s time information and then proceed to calculate equivalent values.

I wonder if block time could be just calculated from: Head block time,  number of block with transaction and average block production per second. If that average keeps tight result could be accurate enough.

What about contact that agency and ask them for more data? There is a slight chance that they won't money for that.

This wallet does not contain any accounts.

Which means it's created with Settings/Wallet "NEW WALLET" - it's just container for key import, so can't be funded before key is imported(?):
"In order to import keys, you first need to create a wallet to contain the keys".

What came to my mind is:
1.Are you trying to import your backup by using "NEW WALLET" button?

If so, you should use [Settings/Restore-Import/Restore from a backup file] instead.
Import all your backups into wallet with account, one by one. All of them.
Next go under Settings/Wallet. You should have list of imported wallets under "ACTIVE WALLET" and you can switch between them.

2. Are you created wallet by using "NEW WALLET", then made backup, and now trying to import?

It's empty, always was.

General Discussion / Re: [Evaluation] Need for a better python library?
« on: December 21, 2016, 05:26:57 pm »
maybe now high-throughput is not our main concern, but how about furture? 
There won't be any future without improving that aspect now. Most traffic go via Openledger, and they constatly fail during crowd invasion ( for example: last BTS peak at 1300).

Openledger / Re: Unable to withdraw BTC and NXC from my openledger account.
« on: December 19, 2016, 05:04:55 pm »
For support, please contact Blocktrades at:

I belive this is your account . Looks like all went fine, so if your nxc wallet is emtpy just contact support.

General Discussion / Re: [Video] Bitshares User Issued Assets
« on: December 19, 2016, 01:52:22 am »
Do you think its a good idea to link some of your videos directly in the wallet? I mean at least this one: on the welcome page and maybe in chat welcome message.

Technical Support / Re: Unable to issue newly created asset
« on: December 18, 2016, 07:03:25 pm »
Smartcoin is just a way to hold and trade real world assets on the blockchain. In order to issue, you, or me, or someone else must click 'borrow' button and put collateral to cover its value. Next, sold it on the market, buy back when price is lower, pay your debt, get back collateral. Difference is yours - easy money. This is how it's work. But when price goes other direction and meet your margin call, you are foced to buy back, and pay your debt. Dangerous game.

Technical Support / Re: Unable to issue newly created asset
« on: December 17, 2016, 05:03:26 pm »
Yes. Use testnet for learning:

Technical Support / Re: Unable to issue newly created asset
« on: December 17, 2016, 06:15:30 am »

General Discussion / Re: [Evaluation] Need for a better python library?
« on: December 16, 2016, 04:46:05 pm »
Additionally, I would like to run a public API endpoint
I'll vote.

Random Discussion / Re: Musings of a Bitcoiner
« on: November 26, 2016, 07:59:37 am »
Very, very good.

General Discussion / Re: Changes I think Openledger needs
« on: November 21, 2016, 10:12:05 pm »
But why would a company like openledger want to support another companies UIA. Like i said in my example Poloniex doesn't let you trade Bitstamp dollars.
Bitstamp isn't deposits operator for Poloniex. What changes i think Openledger needs? Ability to handle bigger load. It looks always the same: BTS up -> DEX volume up -> Openledger Down -> general conclusion that Bitshares sucks.

How much tps we can handle with current configuration? Anyone?

General Discussion / Re: [Video] Creating a Bitshares Wallet
« on: October 23, 2016, 09:46:56 am »
Well done. Easy to follow.

General Discussion / Re: Graphene GUI testing and feedback
« on: October 05, 2016, 09:13:19 pm »
One of the releases changed the naming scheme and dropped the "open" part of assets.  This is confusing for new users as when your on the bts trading tab for example there is now BTC and bitBTC.  They do not know the difference.

If we keep this style of dropping the prefix, I believe there should be an additional tab with ONLY bitassets so users can be assured they are trading blockchain backed assets.
This is done by Openledger and it's only their choice. Bitshares client display prefixes as earlier.

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