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...it is either BM or some developers paid by him.... it just seems the most logical thing I have read or come up with myself.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w47UQxld7LM&feature=youtu.be&t=2m12s

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Hey guys how's it going?

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It has been over 13 years since the last time I coded and now, after taking 6 kilos of marijuana before dinner and urinating on my keyboard while farting I'm thrilled to announce a new major protocol update.

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Sorry, i haven't caught up on this thread, but dadossi-chandra and co and who ever else stop selling; the market wants go up... be a man! let it go up!, why your at it pull your loans from POLO, i can't imagine how many people think we have cool toys and nice tech then look at the price and think wft and go else where, Ethereum is still the same Ethereum it was last month, now with a crap load more people interested in the project some of which will be devs and long term supports..

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people with more 'insider knowledge' than you or me tend to agree with you...

all those "weird name-weird name" accounts voting for xeroc as of late, send substantial amounts to polo on every price rise...I sincerely doubt they do it to go margin long...
Who are they?
https://cryptofresh.com/u/dadossi-chandra

Looks like funnyname-funnyname is a new self-invented stealth feature.  Even you guys have no clue now.
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people with more 'insider knowledge' than you or me tend to agree with you...

all those "weird name-weird name" accounts voting for xeroc as of late, send substantial amounts to polo on every price rise...I sincerely doubt they do it to go margin long...
Who are they?
https://cryptofresh.com/u/dadossi-chandra

I have no clue..but I am running with your speculation that it is either BM or some developers paid by him.... it just seems the most logical thing I have read or come up with myself.
(other explanations/speculations welcomed)

it's obviously a robot designed to move a truck load of BTS automatically bit by bit  , so it creates a name that would have less remote possibility of repeating existing names by picking names from a Dict and combine it  .

Who is controlling the bot however , I don't have a clue .
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people with more 'insider knowledge' than you or me tend to agree with you...

all those "weird name-weird name" accounts voting for xeroc as of late, send substantial amounts to polo on every price rise...I sincerely doubt they do it to go margin long...
Who are they?
https://cryptofresh.com/u/dadossi-chandra

I have no clue..but I am running with your speculation that it is either BM or some developers paid by him.... it just seems the most logical thing I have read or come up with myself.
(other explanations/speculations welcomed)
Lack of arbitrage is the problem, isn't it. And this 'should' solves it.

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people with more 'insider knowledge' than you or me tend to agree with you...

all those "weird name-weird name" accounts voting for xeroc as of late, send substantial amounts to polo on every price rise...I sincerely doubt they do it to go margin long...
Who are they?
https://cryptofresh.com/u/dadossi-chandra
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Enjoy ur poopy shares noobs HAHAHAH. U love that action dont u? 1000 here we go. There we got kids talking about azure and their broken hopes HAHAHAH

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Meh, it went back down.  Not sure what Eth will do, it could continue up or crash, if it crashes it will probably liquidate all long positions in all coins.  Everything else will drop some too.

can you tell me more ? you need to risk your entire portfolio of coins in order to long/short one single coin in your account ?

No, you put some of your coins into margin account, only those are risked.  But they are the only ones that you can use for leverage.
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Can somebody enlighten me whats the cypher point for this baas speculation? From what i can gather here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,21115.45.html its clear that a user just made a template for deploying a witness node on azure vm and sent a request to mst folks asking to review the submission. Just that. Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it? Did they mention theyre willing to officially certify it along with other features on their cloud computing platform? I guess no. I see smoke and mirrors everywhere.

Further in the same thread...

Community Action Request: Content for Azure BaaS blog post. 


Request:
First, please review Mr. Marley's previous blog posts to see how other blockchain offerings are being positioned [1].  Then, please provide ideas on what you feel should be included in his upcoming blog post highlighting BitShares

[1] https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/blog/author/marleyg/

Yes, I did read these. And so? This phrase "his upcoming blog post highlighting BitShare" does not make it any clearer.

Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it?

Since it says "upcoming" I suppose they're willing to announce whether they're gonna add it. For the time being there is no official confirmation that they will be using openledger in the foreseeable future.

It makes it much clearer. Your initial post & link said the user had only made a request and received no feedback, the post I replied with indicates he has received feedback and it is likely the addition of BitShares will be announced in an upcoming blog post. 


However, there should be a quotation from gray's reply saying that they will indeed publish an article about bitshares addition any time soon. Otherwise I dont see how it proves that a forum dude has indeed received a positive response from gray. He said: "Ive been in contact with gray. We are a pull request approval from being live." So its a bit awkward how he presented the facts.

Can somebody enlighten me whats the cypher point for this baas speculation?....
Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it?

If they confirmed it, it wouldn't be speculation...

Yes, it would. Its speculator's thread after all. Everyone can speculate on the future price growth upon receiving a legit confirmation from mst.

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Can somebody enlighten me whats the cypher point for this baas speculation? From what i can gather here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,21115.45.html its clear that a user just made a template for deploying a witness node on azure vm and sent a request to mst folks asking to review the submission. Just that. Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it? Did they mention theyre willing to officially certify it along with other features on their cloud computing platform? I guess no. I see smoke and mirrors everywhere.

Further in the same thread...

Community Action Request: Content for Azure BaaS blog post. 


Request:
First, please review Mr. Marley's previous blog posts to see how other blockchain offerings are being positioned [1].  Then, please provide ideas on what you feel should be included in his upcoming blog post highlighting BitShares

[1] https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/blog/author/marleyg/

Yes, I did read these. And so? This phrase "his upcoming blog post highlighting BitShare" does not make it any clearer.

Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it?

Since it says "upcoming" I suppose they're willing to announce whether they're gonna add it. For the time being there is no official confirmation that they will be using openledger in the foreseeable future.

It makes it much clearer. Your initial post & link said the user had only made a request and received no feedback, the post I replied with indicates he has received feedback and it is likely the addition of BitShares will be announced in an upcoming blog post. 

Can somebody enlighten me whats the cypher point for this baas speculation?....
Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it?

If they confirmed it, it wouldn't be speculation...


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Can somebody enlighten me whats the cypher point for this baas speculation? From what i can gather here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,21115.45.html its clear that a user just made a template for deploying a witness node on azure vm and sent a request to mst folks asking to review the submission. Just that. Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it? Did they mention theyre willing to officially certify it along with other features on their cloud computing platform? I guess no. I see smoke and mirrors everywhere.

Gladly you got rid of it a few weeks back só have nothing to worry about  8)

I still have a little in orders above 6K, 7K, 8K in case its gonna repeat what maid did.

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Can somebody enlighten me whats the cypher point for this baas speculation? From what i can gather here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,21115.45.html its clear that a user just made a template for deploying a witness node on azure vm and sent a request to mst folks asking to review the submission. Just that. Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it? Did they mention theyre willing to officially certify it along with other features on their cloud computing platform? I guess no. I see smoke and mirrors everywhere.

Further in the same thread...

Community Action Request: Content for Azure BaaS blog post. 


Request:
First, please review Mr. Marley's previous blog posts to see how other blockchain offerings are being positioned [1].  Then, please provide ideas on what you feel should be included in his upcoming blog post highlighting BitShares

[1] https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/blog/author/marleyg/

Yes, I did read these. And so? This phrase "his upcoming blog post highlighting BitShare" does not make it any clearer.

Did they actually confirm theyre gonna add it?

Since it says "upcoming" I suppose they're willing to announce whether they're gonna add it. For the time being there is no official confirmation that they will be using openledger in the foreseeable future.