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General Discussion / Re: Best Exchange Website
« on: November 08, 2015, 12:13:14 pm »
Added the "Open Orders" panel at the bottom (Inspired by Poloniex)


General Discussion / Re: If you are a Brownie holder
« on: November 01, 2015, 11:42:28 am »
Yes  :)

General Discussion / Re: Bitshares price discussion
« on: September 24, 2015, 12:30:21 pm »
Well he continues to be right... But all u guys do is patronize him because he is proving you wrong.  He hasn't said anything rude or mean to anyone, yet you act like whiney kids and personally attack him.  Guarantee none of you would act like this if he was saying buy.  It's really embarrassing and you guys are the ones who warrant a block, not blazin.

No, he screams pump pump after he sees a few green candles and then the opposite at a few red candles. Where were you when he was talking about buying 200btc+ worth of BTS a few days ago ? Taking advice from a guppy bagholder that was pumping various scams on bitcointalk is not the way to go, even if he's right at this particular time.

 +5% +5% +5% +5% +5%

General Discussion / Re: Things that make you go Ummm...
« on: September 18, 2015, 09:55:44 am »
You do know that you can list a bunch of "problems" for the most advanced aircraft carrier right ?

The competitive edge of Bitcoin is the liquidity , marketcap , network effect , not technology .

You can bash bitcoin's technology all you want , but in the end you would just push away a major community that's open minded enough to invest in something "so lame , so slow , so old" . If they're opened minded for something "so lame" , imagine what they would see in BitShares if you present it well ?

The best way to achieve the success for BitShares is to grow the whole crypto and blockchain industry instead of hoping people would abandon bitcoin and come to jesus .

Like it or not , Bitcoin will grow , the blockchain industry will grow , multiple projects will grow , even the ones lamer than Bitshares , even the ones who refuse to take BitShares's technology , even the ones with 1 hour confirmation . And investors are investing in the whole industry instead of a single project now .

You have to adjust your expectations . You don't need people to sell their bitcoin and buy Bitshares . You need people to buy Bitcoin and Bitshares because they're both awesome .

And there are many ways to show how awesome something is . Making people think they're not wise enough to choose your product is not a good way . At least not a good way for a project that's suppose to gain the most network effect as possible .

Come back to the question in OP . It's not a matter of "good" or "bad" or "problems" , it's about the suitableness in specific applications . You should link the features to a specific application to sell it , such as high volume stock trading .

Imagine a world where people use Bitcoin as currency in a major way , and businessmen use BItShares to issue and trade stocks , and Bitcoin would be still slow , lame as hell . So what ? Who says that's not a win for BitShares if other project still succeed with lame features while BitShares also succeeded ?

 +5% +5% +5% I like this kind of thinking

I really do too. i hope everyone currently involved in the crypto experiment can re-align and benefit together. Competition has fostered some incredible innovation but we need to focus on partnerships and working together wherever possible.

Technical Support / Re: Scheduling Proof of Scalability
« on: September 10, 2015, 11:14:21 am »
You can count me in for 5000 BTS.  :)

General Discussion / Re: Ethereum price discussion
« on: August 22, 2015, 10:53:34 am »
Please carry on, your daily escapades are most interesting.

General Discussion / Re: London meetup
« on: August 08, 2015, 07:53:01 pm »
Great meetup today.
 We have missed  Speedy, Ben, Hadrian, Permie and davidpbrown. Apologies if I missed somebody.
 It would really be great to have all of you guys present next time.

Aloha  :)

General Discussion / Re: London meetup
« on: August 07, 2015, 04:05:36 pm »
Do you prefer to put this on or keep it small? How have you handled that in that past?
Hi delulo  :)

We haven't used before, but it would be great to start using it. Count me in for tomorrow as well. I would like to propose meeting place for tomorrow: BrewDog Camden, 113 Bayham Street, Camden Town London, NW1 0AG,
I am flexible if anybody else has different proposal.


Creating open source (multi-lingual) Tri-fold Flyers, Business Cards & other materials
Tri-fold flyers were created by emailtoaj.
 Reading from quote above I could be mistaken in thinking that delegate.kencode is creator of Tri-fold Flyers.
Could you please correct it so people don't get wrong impression thinking that you are trying to take credit for someones else work.


General Discussion / Re: 36 100% delegates
« on: July 09, 2015, 12:30:42 pm »
It's not enough ever.

I was totally in support of minebitshares, but 3 delegates plus rgcrypto is absurd. Plus what do they make in fees? As long as they have delegates, their fee intake should be public info.

Same goes for Metaexchange.  I see hardly anyone uses it so fees are rather null at this point. Then you should ask, how much and how long should a site that isn't being used be allowed to get 100% delegate funds?

What exactly are the Chinese marketing delegates contributing at this point?  Let's get beyond the fact that they did something awhile ago, like make a website or two. What are they doing now to be allowed to keep earning?

So far it seems like, if you get voted in and you don't rustle the leaves you get to drain the system for free. I thinks lot of delegates are nearing a 750,000 BTS earned, while he Devs are near 1,000,000.

750,000X $.006= $4500 today's prices

$9000 at the highs this year
$2700 at the low this year

I know all of you expect BTS to increase. So hasn't everybody earned enough to retire on if BTS goes where you think it's going to go? Do these marketers really not have a real everyday job that pays their bills or are you telling me everyone of the delegates quits their full time real world jobs to live off delegate pay?

I think it's time you guys ask yourselves these questions. Never mind about me and how much you despise me. Think about everything every delegate has done and whether they have delivered and need the pay, delivered and dont need the pay or delivered and have been paid in excess according to what they produced?

Are all these guys going to need their delegate pay to hand over to Cryptonomex for compatibility with the Bitshares network and setting up?

Are we still waiting on whatever point oh for a marketing push?

Is some of the delegated content creating multiple streams of revenue?

Is everyone transparent?

If this only was the OP .. then people would listen to you more closely.
That said, I totally agree and I am getting tiered of asking paid delegates to publish reports on a regular basis .. there definitely is a lack of transparency ..

..and thanx to Rob Viglione and Shilling Coins, the #Bitshares hashtag and @_bitshares account just got retweeted to OVER 30,000 PEOPLE 8)
Look at FTC, they're pow as well and switching to Bitshares. Don't worry about how "big" they are, I bring'm big and small, it's all bout the fees baby ;)
Thank You @ebit :)
Thank You @lil_jay890 :)

What fees Ken? Who is going to buy a UIA for a POW coin that nobody is buying already? How are they going to integrate with Bitshares 2.0? Who is going to do the technical heavy lifting? I seriously doubt the Dev team is going to do it for you, even if you offered to pay them some pittance of a bounty.

It is increasingly clear to me that you are not capable of providing technical value to BTS and frankly, your high level understanding of what is happening here is pretty poor too - which makes you an ineffective marketer.

I won't vote for your delegate, and I'm hoping others will change their mind and bump you out.

General Discussion / Re: 36 100% delegates
« on: July 08, 2015, 05:52:05 pm »
unlike most of his posts this one is legit in my opinion.

I'd be interested to hear from each delegate on a monthly basis too.

This is like all of his posts, 20% "truth" combined with 80% "newmine tactics". It could be "legit" if he said something like "Hey, I think that 1,2,5,10 or 15 delegates out of 36 are not contributing enought to bitshares, what are you guys doing? I want some updates".

I agree though that “A wise man can learn more from his enemies than a fool from his friends”.

I see Bitshares like the internet of finance. It should remain neutral and no one should ask permission to participate.


General Discussion / Re: Announcing Brownie Points (BROWNIE.PTS)
« on: July 05, 2015, 12:24:47 pm »
Organised few meetups in London and never sold any of my bitshares.
account: aloha  :)

Technical Support / Re: To all newbies: What brought you here?
« on: June 18, 2015, 08:50:31 am »  :)

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