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Technical Support / Re: Bitshares block explorer
« on: May 21, 2017, 02:18:46 am »
OK so I have made a withdraw from Poloniex to the public key of Bter...

The BTS no longer appear on my BTS account.

Does that mean the funds are lost?

Technical Support / Re: Bitshares block explorer
« on: May 20, 2017, 05:45:41 pm »
I must be dumb, I cannot manage to use cryptofresh

Could anyone search this for me please?

I am looking for a transaction of 153 500 BTS toward the following address on the 16 May 2017:
BTS7oJ5icgrbMRdzGSKau1NKQqxmYsMRa6rnHsZdxArjCVPWnvi3D (it's bter address)

I would like to know the tx id.

Technical Support / Re: Bitshares block explorer
« on: May 19, 2017, 04:19:06 pm »
I have the following error message:

"We're sorry, but something went wrong"

Technical Support / Bitshares block explorer
« on: May 19, 2017, 09:24:09 am »
Is there any Bitshares block explorer?

General Discussion / Re: What R3 think of our bitassets / smartcoins
« on: November 28, 2016, 10:58:30 pm »
Is the peg working currently with smartcoins? For example what is the range of price in USD within which a bitUSD fluctuate over a week?

Technical Support / Who is still working on Bitshares?
« on: November 28, 2016, 10:28:28 pm »
Hi everybody.

Sorry for the dumb questions but it's been a while since I loss track of what happens with Bitshares so I am trying to catch up now. Is the protocol still actively developped? Any important milestones in view? Is bytemaster still working on it or did he go full Steemit?

General Discussion / Is the decentralized exchange working?
« on: April 30, 2016, 12:48:00 pm »
Serious and honest question.

Lately Bitstamp became ultra-regulated. All centralized exchanges will follow the same path. The value proposition of decentralized exchange will become obvious to a lots of people interested in wealth preservation.

I don't have time to allocate to follow the ever changing development plans of Bitshares. But the more time goes on, the more I understand that a well functionning DEx is paramount to the crypto-ecosystem and will be the cornestone of the political revolution triggered by technology.

So, is the Bitshares DEx usable? user-friendy? How is the liquidity? Is it still a central part of Bitshares development plan?

Technical Support / Trying to catch up
« on: September 18, 2015, 02:54:12 pm »

It's been since at least 6 months that I haven't follow the developments here. I have done some research but I cannot understand exactly what's is going on with all the projects. I have several questions regarding the shares in the different projects and would be happy if someone could answer me:

- So when I left there was a merger between Bitshares and Follow my vote, some BTS were created (from 2 billion to 2.5 billion iiirc), are BTS holders at the date of the snapshot eligible to some of the new BTS created? If yes how do one claim the shares that were created?

With is the new number of shares with BTS 2.0? Still 2.5 billion?

- Regarding Bitshares PLAY and PeerTracks, what an AGS holders is entitled from these two projects?

If not how do you follow the price action? I found poloniex charts very inconvenient.

General Discussion / You should contact Blythe Masters
« on: April 22, 2015, 08:57:06 pm »
It seems she might love what Bitshares is doing:

 "There are lots of different ways technologically to think
    about the question of managing motivation for transaction
    processing. The approach you describe is one approach that
    exists today, but there are entirely different protocols where
    the motivation of a network transaction processor, which is a
    less pejorative term for miner, could be to keep the network
    safe or functioning because they're users. So you could
    imagine a world where you dont have independent miners
    who are motivated by the financial return for their mining, but
    rather people who have invested in a shared utility who have an
    interest in it continuing to work because they are using it to
    do whatever it is they do for a living."

General Discussion / Re: Gavin's thoughts on mining
« on: April 19, 2015, 06:28:55 pm »
Btw let's do some simple maths to see why mining isn't a problem

Let says we are in 2025 and 1BTC = 100,000$.
Over one year, 3.125*6*24*365 = 164 250 BTC are mined. So that's 16,5 billion of revenue for miners by year.

Today, Internet revenue is 8 trillion/year:

It would be interesting to break down this 8 trillion number to see what portion go to the infrastructure (routeurs, cables, servers...) but my guess is that this number is far more than 16,5 billion.  Cisco revenue in 2014 is 47 billion, so that makes the point.

Sorry but mining will no be a problem from an economic standpoint, even at 1m$/BTC, just wait 10 years.

General Discussion / Re: Gavin's thoughts on mining
« on: April 19, 2015, 06:14:36 pm »
In 2025, more than 20 millions BTC will have been mined and inflation will be less than 0.8%.

BTC Inflation schedule is almost perfect, if you want my opinion. It sucks only for those who think waiting 10 years before being insanely rich is too long.

General Discussion / Re: Nearing Bottom
« on: March 29, 2015, 11:25:26 am »
Anyone find it slightly odd that the top 10-15 coins crashed substantially and simultaneously, with one notable exception?

I've noticed, increasingly and only circumstantially, that there are times when all coins get hit and one gets pumped.

No evidence or data to back that, just an old trader that gets twigged every now and again looking at CMC.

Could be some Wall Street algos moving in?

What's going on at coinmarketcap's bitUSD quote? It's crazy.  Might be causing slide in BTS market cap,

Where are they getting their price feed?   I bought a little bit of bitUSD at bter to try and correct the coinmarketcap feed.  Didn't work.

   Who are the owners of  Could someone be manipulating to buy up cheap BTS?

I mean, with ALL the good news lately, it makes no sense the dropping marketcap (accept for the bitUSD nonsense quotes).
What good news? (Honest question, I really want to know)

General Discussion / Re: Nearing Bottom
« on: March 17, 2015, 08:44:54 pm »
You could find the same pattern by taking the Bitcoin curve only between June and August 2011, that's what fractal means.

Consequently the inference you are making about the lenght of the bear market is incorrect and we could be very far from the bottom. I only see wishful thinking.

I think we should really push this theme in 2015
Especially with this same shit happening again and again:
Bitstamp Service Temporarily Suspended

We have reason to believe that one of Bitstamp’s operational wallets was compromised on January 4th, 2015.

As a security precaution against compromises Bitstamp only maintains a small fraction of customer bitcoins in online systems. Bitstamp maintains more than enough offline reserves to cover the compromised bitcoins.


Customer deposits made prior to January 5th, 2015 9:00 UTC are fully covered by Bitstamp’s reserves. Deposits made to newly issued addresses provided after January 5th, 2015 9:00 UTC can be honored.

Bitstamp takes our security and soundness very seriously. In an excess of caution, we are suspending service as we continue to investigate. We will return to service and amend our security measures as appropriate.

Bitstamp Team

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