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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by John_Mct on June 22, 2018, 01:03:08 pm »
I really like the design audit, many flaws shown in the existing UI. Some good know-how behind you guys! I am wondering if you have considered working together with the current UI worker as the UX redesigning input?

Anyways, I have been looking in the details from your homepage. I see the following calculations:
Quote
Total
bitUSD 347800
BTS 5434375
Days 152
BTS per day 35752

Is the worker asking to be funded in bitUSD with exceeding BTS to be returned? Is there an escrow? What happens if price spikes or drops?

In the end of the propsal you say

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The income from this worker proposal will be invested back into further development of the Scorum sports ecosystem

That suggests that all exceeding BTS are funneled into Scorum? Can you please comment on that?

I'm unsure what the exact deliverables are. A working prototype?


No we’re not working with the current UI worker team because we have all the necessary team members in-house and would rather not try to collaborate with a remote team because it’s inefficient.

The Scorum UI/UX worker will be funded with BTS at a set bitUSD rate, vested for 7 days, and the exceeding BTS will be returned. The quote has a built in 2.5x buffer to handle rate changes in BTS, which is common in most BitShares worker proposals.

Regarding the escrow, we’ve established connections with many committee members and keep in close contact with them and we’ll be delivering regular milestone updates to the community.

The exact deliverable will be the new User Interface for all screens on all devices along with described user interactions to guide front-end development and implementation.


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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by sschiessl on June 22, 2018, 11:47:39 am »
I really like the design audit, many flaws shown in the existing UI. Some good know-how behind you guys! I am wondering if you have considered working together with the current UI worker as the UX redesigning input?

Anyways, I have been looking in the details from your homepage. I see the following calculations:
Quote
Total
bitUSD 347800
BTS 5434375
Days 152
BTS per day 35752

Is the worker asking to be funded in bitUSD with exceeding BTS to be returned? Is there an escrow? What happens if price spikes or drops?

In the end of the propsal you say

Quote
The income from this worker proposal will be invested back into further development of the Scorum sports ecosystem

That suggests that all exceeding BTS are funneled into Scorum? Can you please comment on that?

I'm unsure what the exact deliverables are. A working prototype?
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Fluzcoin.io  early retail adoption example - El Costo Hypermarkets, Panama

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDcXsGawe7I
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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by binggo on June 22, 2018, 10:41:29 am »
GOOD Worker!!!
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Stakeholder Proposals / [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by John_Mct on June 22, 2018, 10:25:48 am »


Hello Bitshares community we are Scorum, a product-based company that is currently launching the Scorum sports media platform powered by the Graphene Framework. We’ve assembled a top team of 50+ designers, developers, SEO specialists, sports analysts and marketing staff locally in the High-Tech Park of Belarus. Check out the team presentation.

Following up on Scorum’s speech and meetings with BitShares Committee members at the Global Graphene DevCon in Shanghai in May 2018, Scorum has submitted a Worker proposal based on a design audit of the BitShares Exchange and Landing page.

We believe that with the right design approach, BitShares can become a highly competitive exchange solution for the growing cryptocurrency audience.

The core service of Scorum, our decentralized sports blog platform has already launched at www.scorum.com and been well received by users. It’s currently available in 5 language interfaces but will be expanded to 20+ with the help of the Scorum bounty community.

See all of Scorum’s development progress including Atomic Swaps solution for Graphene chains at the Scorum Github: https://github.com/scorum/scorum

UX/UI Proposal details

Goal: Reinvent BitShares UX and UI which will increase mass adoption of the DEX platform, increase interest from experienced traders and recognition among global Crypto community. All these should lead to growth in BTS price. To better understand the scope of the Scorum Design Proposal, visit bitshares.scorum.com and read all about the design approach, timelines, budget estimations, and more.

UX/UI Design: Service Design Approach (proven methodology by design-led companies like Facebook and Uber) focused on user research and collaboration with community, that consists of following phases:
  • Research Phase – from surveys among users to Ideal Customer Journey Map
  • UX Design Phase – from exchange wireframes to UX design testing
  • Visual Design Phase – from definition of Bitshares visual language to interactions

Final delivery: New User Interface design for all devices (desktops, tablets and mobiles) for both Exchange and Landing page with described user interactions for all screens as well as the BitShares Design System.

All info about UX/UI worker proposal can be found on bitshares.scorum.com/uxui
The Design proposal will begin on 02.07.2018 and continue for approximately 152 days.

What does successful modern design involve?

Good design is time consuming

Our desk research shows that BitShares has a lot of UX and UI problems: too difficult for new users, lacking in tools for experienced traders, visually outdated and has accessibility issues. The results are obvious: we see low traffic on BitShares Exchange while centralized and more simple exchanges grow in popularity. In addition, the crypto world has inherent gaps in new users adoption experience.

To solve these problems a huge amount of work should be done: from detailed UX research to interactive design by applying modern design patterns and accessibility requirements.

  • Methodologies are important. We will do more than just redesign the current screens, we are going to rebuild the entire user experience by applying Service Design – a multidisciplinary approach to developing services that deliver more value for both customers and service providers with user research and collaboration with the community at the heart of the process.
  • UX research is an important investment. It encompasses gathering and analyzing data in a way to improve usability, using a set of research techniques (interviews, usability tests, card sorting). Large companies like Facebook (blog), Amazon and AirBnB (blog) are now insisting on research driven user experience work to be carried out on their websites, Apps and UI’s before final visual design starts.
  • To offer the most value from our proposal, in addition to design mockups we are going to create a Bitshares design system – a collection of reusable components guided by clear standards that can be assembled together to build any number of applications. Companies like Uber and AirBnB value the importance of design systems.

How much money do design-led companies spend?

In recent years design-led companies have shown the world how design can enhance their brand, create loyalty and extract maximum potential from a product. Sometimes the product may not even be the best in terms of features but if it’s well designed with a detailed focus on customer and user experience it can stand out from the competition.

Here are some studies that can be easily found on the net:

  • From the Design Value Index Study, those who invest in Service Design win, and they win big. Standard & Poor’s 500 (S&P’s 500) companies that have adapted their culture to a service design focus have seen a value increase of 211% in comparison to those that haven't.
  • Companies like Facebook, Apple, Samsung invest billions of dollars in Research and Development
  • Design increases turnover: For every £1 invested in design, businesses can expect over £20 in increased revenues in UK. Design Council Study
  • IBM bought three digital ad/design companies in a three week-span in 2016. One of them, for example, Resource/Ammirati has about 300 employees and revenue of $75 million.

Why it should be done now?

Lots of DEX competitors are entering the market, including huge players like Binance who have sponsored a Decentralized Exchange Coding Competition (Binance Dexathon) and EOSfinex, who are dedicating large amounts of resources and talent to creating new DEX platforms. BitShares provides a very strong foundation and an established legacy as a long-running DEX, but to compete with the new competition entering this space it needs to adapt quickly to the needs of current and potential customers.

Cryptocurrency in general continues to grow in popularity around the world and mass adoption is going to be critical for any project to succeed in this space, but BitShares has big problems with that. 80% of our users (4k) are not satisfied with Bitshares interface to such an extent that they even don’t want to interact with the exchange.

Why Scorum?

Our company is really interested in helping to make Bitshares a successful project since our own product also based on Graphene and our tokens are traded at the BitShares exchange.
The funds from this worker proposal, after excess funds are returned to the worker pool, will pay for the design research and creation and be further invested back into development of the Scorum sports ecosystem, a Graphene-based project with the potential to reach millions of new cryptocurrency users in the sports industry. Since our token is already listed on BitShares, the impact of our growing user base will directly improve the traffic and usership of the DEX.

To discuss this worker proposal further, feel free to post any questions here or talk with the team in the Telegram chat we’ve created to discuss Scorum’s design proposal for BitShares
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General Discussion / Re: BitShares UI release candidate - 180629
« Last post by sschiessl on June 22, 2018, 05:30:21 am »

Thanks!
https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-ui/issues/1615

The console output:

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app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1 Objectwss://api.bts.blckchnd.com: 12386wss://bit.btsabc.org/ws: 1696wss://bitshares-api.wancloud.io/ws: 3777wss://bitshares.crypto.fans/ws: 894wss://bitshares.dacplay.org/ws: 3234wss://bitshares.openledger.info/ws: 423wss://blockzms.xyz/ws: 4773wss://bts-api.lafona.net/ws: 3093wss://bts-seoul.clockwork.gr/: 2571wss://bts.to0l.cn:4443/ws: 3662wss://btsfullnode.bangzi.info/ws: 2637wss://btsws.roelandp.nl/ws: 4285wss://crazybit.online: 5188wss://dexnode.net/ws: 1407wss://eu.nodes.bitshares.ws: 4033wss://eu.openledger.info/ws: 422wss://frankfurt8.daostreet.com/ws: 1592wss://kc-us-dex.xeldal.com/ws: 1397wss://kimziv.com/ws: 4543wss://openledger.hk/ws: 1768wss://relinked.com/ws: 1951wss://sg.nodes.bitshares.ws: 4270wss://ws.gdex.top: 3714__proto__: Object
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'ws://127.0.0.1:8090/' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to ws://127.0.0.1:8090
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://bts.ai.la/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://bts.ai.la/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://japan.bitshares.apasia.tech/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://japan.bitshares.apasia.tech/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://bitshares.apasia.tech/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://bitshares.apasia.tech/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://dex.rnglab.org/' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://dex.rnglab.org
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://btsza.co.za:8091/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://btsza.co.za:8091/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
index.html:1 WebSocket connection to 'wss://api.btsgo.net/ws' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established.
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://api.btsgo.net/ws Error: "Connection attempt timed out after 5s"
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
index.html:1 WebSocket connection to 'wss://freedom.bts123.cc:15138/' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established.
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://freedom.bts123.cc:15138/ Error: "Connection attempt timed out after 5s"
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
index.html:1 WebSocket connection to 'wss://bitshares.bts123.cc:15138/' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established.
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://bitshares.bts123.cc:15138/ Error: "Connection attempt timed out after 5s"
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 Checked 43 connections, 10 failed
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:45 synced and subscribed, chainstore ready
asset-symbols/nextcoin.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/copper.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/ltc.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/aluminium.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/ltc.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/nickel.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/oil.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:602 [Deprecation] Synchronous XMLHttpRequest on the main thread is deprecated because of its detrimental effects to the end user's experience. For more help, check https://xhr.spec.whatwg.org/.
i @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:602
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:602
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
window.webpackJsonp @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '2' of null
    at Object.<anonymous> (VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3)
    at f (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6)
    at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at Object.<anonymous> (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at f (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6)
    at Object.fireWith (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at Object.fire [as resolve] (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
    at exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
fire @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
setTimeout (async)
value @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
window.webpackJsonp @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3 GET file://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
fire @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
setTimeout (async)
value @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
window.webpackJsonp @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1 order: {"seller":"1.2.359846","min_to_receive":{"asset_id":"1.3.0","amount":79889000},"amount_to_sell":{"asset_id":"1.3.120","amount":79889},"expiration":"2019-06-21T21:35:02.643Z","fill_or_kill":false,"fee":{"asset_id":"1.3.0","amount":0}}
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199 TypeError: Cannot read property '1' of undefined
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enqueueSetState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
_.setState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
addNotification @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
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publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
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e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
f @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
setTimeout (async)
f.defer @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
ii @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Pi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ca @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
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Ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Va @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
La @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
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_.forceUpdate @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:179
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
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e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
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batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
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l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
Promise resolved (async)
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
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(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
invokeGuardedCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
invokeGuardedCallbackAndCatchFirstError @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
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vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '1' of undefined
    at Object.children (app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1)
    at t.value (app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1)
    at xi (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Pi (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
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    at Va (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at La (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
xi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
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_.setState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
addNotification @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e._invokeCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
f @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
setTimeout (async)
f.defer @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
ii @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Pi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ca @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
la @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Wa @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Va @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
La @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
enqueueForceUpdate @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
_.forceUpdate @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:179
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e._invokeCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
Promise resolved (async)
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
f @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
invokeGuardedCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
invokeGuardedCallbackAndCatchFirstError @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
T @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
D @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
A @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
M @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
I @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
L @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Tn @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
$a @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Je @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
An @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
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jn @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
58
Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] BitFest in Amsterdam
« Last post by kimchi-king on June 21, 2018, 11:37:29 pm »
Voted and I hope I can make it.
59
Hi everyone, my name is Kevin Messerly, but people call me Kimchi-King and I'm a BitShares addict.

Damn it feels good to get that off my chest.

It all started a few years ago when I came across BitShares on coinmarketcap.com. I did some digging and discovered that this was something I could dip my toes in, but it wasn't until early 2017 that I decided to become more involved in the community. Since then, I have spent countless hours answering questions, giving advice, providing support to numerous BitShares based projects, acting as admin in many rooms on Telegram and Discord, and doing my best to promote BitShares on social media. Why? Because I understand that without an active community BitShares will never reach its true potential.

I've finally decided to humbly request for your trust and support so if you're willing I'd be honored to be your proxy.

I promise to remain objective to the principles that BitShares stands for, to keep my supporters informed of my voting choices, and to continue to be an active member of this outstanding community. BitShares has the power to be the worlds most powerful financial tool, but being decentralized has its shortcomings and I will to do my part to bring BitShares to its much deserved place in the crypto space.

If you're willing to add me as your proxy then please use this BitShares address kimchi-king.

For full disclosure, I'm a part of the BitShares cabinet which is made up of the same team behind the DEXBot project. We plan to develop, present, and support numerous worker proposals designed to benefit the BitShares community and ecosystem. We will do this by acting as middle management between companies looking to develop product/services for BitShares and the major stakeholders. This will help to increase the usage of the Reserve Pool funds for the sole purpose of benefiting all BitShares holders.

We understand that not many people or companies have the time to invest in establishing a strong reputation amongst the community to ensure their proposals gain enough traction to get their worker proposals approved. In order to assist those interested in providing/developing products/services for BitShares the Cabinet members will be responsible for conducting due diligence, market research, worker proposal development, product management, development oversight, worker proposal marketing, escrow services, and the list goes on.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me on Telegram (@kimchiking), Discord (kimchi-king#0714), Twitter (@kevinmesserly), or via email at [email protected]
60
General Discussion / Re: BitShares UI release candidate - 180629
« Last post by bench on June 21, 2018, 09:43:44 pm »
The console output:

Quote
app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1 Objectwss://api.bts.blckchnd.com: 12386wss://bit.btsabc.org/ws: 1696wss://bitshares-api.wancloud.io/ws: 3777wss://bitshares.crypto.fans/ws: 894wss://bitshares.dacplay.org/ws: 3234wss://bitshares.openledger.info/ws: 423wss://blockzms.xyz/ws: 4773wss://bts-api.lafona.net/ws: 3093wss://bts-seoul.clockwork.gr/: 2571wss://bts.to0l.cn:4443/ws: 3662wss://btsfullnode.bangzi.info/ws: 2637wss://btsws.roelandp.nl/ws: 4285wss://crazybit.online: 5188wss://dexnode.net/ws: 1407wss://eu.nodes.bitshares.ws: 4033wss://eu.openledger.info/ws: 422wss://frankfurt8.daostreet.com/ws: 1592wss://kc-us-dex.xeldal.com/ws: 1397wss://kimziv.com/ws: 4543wss://openledger.hk/ws: 1768wss://relinked.com/ws: 1951wss://sg.nodes.bitshares.ws: 4270wss://ws.gdex.top: 3714__proto__: Object
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'ws://127.0.0.1:8090/' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to ws://127.0.0.1:8090
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://bts.ai.la/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://bts.ai.la/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://japan.bitshares.apasia.tech/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://japan.bitshares.apasia.tech/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://bitshares.apasia.tech/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://bitshares.apasia.tech/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://dex.rnglab.org/' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://dex.rnglab.org
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47 WebSocket connection to 'wss://btsza.co.za:8091/ws' failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://btsza.co.za:8091/ws
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
index.html:1 WebSocket connection to 'wss://api.btsgo.net/ws' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established.
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://api.btsgo.net/ws Error: "Connection attempt timed out after 5s"
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
index.html:1 WebSocket connection to 'wss://freedom.bts123.cc:15138/' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established.
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://freedom.bts123.cc:15138/ Error: "Connection attempt timed out after 5s"
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
index.html:1 WebSocket connection to 'wss://bitshares.bts123.cc:15138/' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established.
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 checkConnections Failed to connect to wss://bitshares.bts123.cc:15138/ Error: "Connection attempt timed out after 5s"
e.logFailure @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186 Checked 43 connections, 10 failed
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:45 synced and subscribed, chainstore ready
asset-symbols/nextcoin.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/copper.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/ltc.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/aluminium.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/ltc.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/nickel.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
asset-symbols/oil.png Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:602 [Deprecation] Synchronous XMLHttpRequest on the main thread is deprecated because of its detrimental effects to the end user's experience. For more help, check https://xhr.spec.whatwg.org/.
i @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:602
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:602
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
window.webpackJsonp @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '2' of null
    at Object.<anonymous> (VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3)
    at f (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6)
    at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at Object.<anonymous> (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at f (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6)
    at Object.fireWith (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at Object.fire [as resolve] (VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7)
    at VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
    at exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
fire @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
setTimeout (async)
value @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
window.webpackJsonp @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3 GET file://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:3
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
f @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:6
fireWith @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
fire @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:7
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
setTimeout (async)
value @ exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:4
t @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
window.webpackJsonp @ VM295 vendors.fd8604c09abed9f6643a.js:1
(anonymous) @ VM296 library.19c99ed5d0307c67f071.js:1
exchange.c73cf76814c2267e9410.js:1 order: {"seller":"1.2.359846","min_to_receive":{"asset_id":"1.3.0","amount":79889000},"amount_to_sell":{"asset_id":"1.3.120","amount":79889},"expiration":"2019-06-21T21:35:02.643Z","fill_or_kill":false,"fee":{"asset_id":"1.3.0","amount":0}}
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199 TypeError: Cannot read property '1' of undefined
    at Object.children (app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1)
    at t.value (app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1)
    at xi (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Pi (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at ca (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at la (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Wa (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Ha (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Va (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at La (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
Bi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Hi.n.callback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
zo @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Vo @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
qa @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Wa @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Va @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
La @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
enqueueSetState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
_.setState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
addNotification @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e._invokeCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
f @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
setTimeout (async)
f.defer @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
ii @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Pi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ca @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
la @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Wa @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Va @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
La @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
enqueueForceUpdate @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
_.forceUpdate @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:179
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e._invokeCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
Promise resolved (async)
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
f @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
invokeGuardedCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
invokeGuardedCallbackAndCatchFirstError @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
T @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
D @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
A @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
M @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
I @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
L @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Tn @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
$a @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Je @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
An @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
is @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
jn @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '1' of undefined
    at Object.children (app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1)
    at t.value (app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1)
    at xi (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Pi (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at ca (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at la (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Wa (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Ha (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at Va (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
    at La (vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199)
(anonymous) @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
xi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Pi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ca @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
la @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Wa @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Va @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
La @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
enqueueSetState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
_.setState @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:207
addNotification @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
publish @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:47
emitChange @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e._invokeCallback @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
e.dispatch @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
batchingFunction @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:135
l @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
f @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
(anonymous) @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
setTimeout (async)
f.defer @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:186
value @ app.70fd4b53a0b44b6bed80.js:1
ii @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Pi @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
ca @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
la @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Wa @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Ha @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
Va @ vendor.86a5805f626d17664911.js:199
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