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The Scorum team has developed atomic swap support for the Scorum blockchain, to read all about this capability check out the Scorum Github.

Wow, excellent! We should port this to BitShares.

I'd support the effort in principle, however with Cryptonomex no longer being "the company behind bitshares" ownership of the domain should be transferred to the BitShares Foundation.

Some coin creators are trying to promote their coins by giving some away for free, unasked. I consider that SPAM, mostly.

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: escrow - to burn or not to burn
« on: January 04, 2018, 07:54:14 pm »
IMO the excess BTS must be burned. The worker had a clearly defined scope and a clearly defined price. Both have been fulfilled, so using the extra BTS for other purposes would be a breach of contract, in a way.

This holds for all workers, not just yours specifically, of course.


Guys, he just announced that they are going to do something nice for the ecosystem (or at least try) and they don't even ask for money. Why so much skepticism? It's not like they are scamming money out of the platform - let them do their thing

Thanks @all. Can someone post a short overview about the differences and the reasoning behind them?

General Discussion / Re: Value of open.X vs X or bit.X vs X
« on: January 01, 2018, 08:26:19 pm »
OPEN.ETH is an IOU for actual ETH, issued by OpenLedger (a company registered in Denmark). As long as the company does not go broke, you can exchange OPEN.ETH for ETH (and vice versa) for a small fee, i. e. close to 1:1.

The cli_wallet does not have such a command.

Openledger / Re: where to report bugs with the ui?
« on: January 01, 2018, 08:17:56 pm »
Is the place where such issues should be reported?

I am really not sure, because on the interface looks a bit different, without basic mode and without deposit possibilities. is not up-to-date, and there are no deposit possibilities because you wouldn't want to deposit real BTC on a testnet that can break down anytime.

Stakeholder Proposals / Re: fee reduction for P2P transactions.
« on: December 31, 2017, 05:46:51 pm »
A long time ago we decided that transfers should cost around US-$0.02 (plus US-$0.01 per kilobyte, to avoid memo spamming). At the current exchange rate that would be about .03 BTS.

See,21368.0.html .

[member=31]fav[/member] [member=120]xeroc[/member] [member=18687]abit[/member] [member=23]bitcrab[/member] can you adjust the fees wrt current BTS price?

For my own peace of mind I have tried to move 7 BTS back to Coinbase to see how the process works. I exchanged the 7 BTS to OPEN.BTC and then withdrew the OPEN.BTC to my Coinbase address. In that withdrawal process it appeared that the OPEN.BTC was converted back to BTC for the transfer. The transfer went through with no error (at least I think it did) however nothing has showed up in my Coinbase account yet.

Note that the BTC mining fee of .0003 BTC will be paid from the amount you are withdrawing. A microscopic transfer like yours might not be sufficient to cover all fees. Not sure if coinbase has a minimum deposit amount for BTC.

You can check your deposit address at to see if OL executed the transfer.

Here is the documentation to integrate new coins to openbazaar:

Apparently they expect a BTC-like API based on "addresses", "scripts" and the like. This is totally incompatible with BitShares' ledger.

Meta / Re: do you have modify the trade logic in this fork?
« on: December 26, 2017, 03:53:06 pm »
nobody ever told me about these rule.

Who told you that the margin call would be filled at the lower price? I guess nobody did. It's just an assumption on your side.

I admit that it's a *reasonable* assumption, and that this is how it *should* work. But the fact that it doesn't is not a bug. It's just the way it has been implemented, and AFAIK it does not violate the specification.

It's not the only point where the market engine does not behave how people assume it does, see the case brought up by [member=38614]alexpmorris[/member] a couple of months ago. The market engine needs an overhaul, but that is something that takes care, and planning, and detailed specifications, and lots of discussion. You don't do someting like this overnight.

The chain ID is basically a hash of the genesis file. Depending on your logging configuration it should end up in the logs as well as on the console.

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