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Could you fetch the volume of BitShares Asset Exchange from coinmarketcap? It would be really nice to see how volume evolves on the DAC! http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bitshares-asset-exchange/

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CMC actually gets the data from cryptofresh :) but it's pretty hacky. When the new market api is out I'll dig into it.. definitely want to see this data..

@roadscape Is it ok to make a remark on the fee schedule page, so that people will know that canceling an order will get fully refund of fees for created the order?

Yeah, no problem! What are the official rules for this? Isn't it like a 99.9% refund, as long as it's completely unfilled?

It would be really useful to know if our volume is growing or not!

Btw, coinmarketcap reports $0 volume in the last 24 hours, is this true or are there any problems with them getting info from cryptofresh?

Hmm.. for which pair is it showing 0 volume?
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Could you fetch the volume of BitShares Asset Exchange from coinmarketcap? It would be really nice to see how volume evolves on the DAC! http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bitshares-asset-exchange/

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CMC actually gets the data from cryptofresh :) but it's pretty hacky. When the new market api is out I'll dig into it.. definitely want to see this data..

@roadscape Is it ok to make a remark on the fee schedule page, so that people will know that canceling an order will get fully refund of fees for created the order?

Yeah, no problem! What are the official rules for this? Isn't it like a 99.9% refund, as long as it's completely unfilled?

It would be really useful to know if our volume is growing or not!

Btw, coinmarketcap reports $0 volume in the last 24 hours, is this true or are there any problems with them getting info from cryptofresh?
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Could you fetch the volume of BitShares Asset Exchange from coinmarketcap? It would be really nice to see how volume evolves on the DAC! http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bitshares-asset-exchange/

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CMC actually gets the data from cryptofresh :) but it's pretty hacky. When the new market api is out I'll dig into it.. definitely want to see this data..

@roadscape Is it ok to make a remark on the fee schedule page, so that people will know that canceling an order will get fully refund of fees for created the order?

Yeah, no problem! What are the official rules for this? Isn't it like a 99.9% refund, as long as it's completely unfilled?
It's 100% refunded because now it's free to cancel an order. The committee may consider adding a fee for canceling an order to prevent potential attacks.
I already raised this issue to other members.
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Could you fetch the volume of BitShares Asset Exchange from coinmarketcap? It would be really nice to see how volume evolves on the DAC! http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bitshares-asset-exchange/

@roadscape

CMC actually gets the data from cryptofresh :) but it's pretty hacky. When the new market api is out I'll dig into it.. definitely want to see this data..

@roadscape Is it ok to make a remark on the fee schedule page, so that people will know that canceling an order will get fully refund of fees for created the order?

Yeah, no problem! What are the official rules for this? Isn't it like a 99.9% refund, as long as it's completely unfilled?
It's 100% refunded because now it's free to cancel an order. The committee may consider adding a fee for canceling an order to prevent potential attacks.
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Could you fetch the volume of BitShares Asset Exchange from coinmarketcap? It would be really nice to see how volume evolves on the DAC! http://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bitshares-asset-exchange/

@roadscape

CMC actually gets the data from cryptofresh :) but it's pretty hacky. When the new market api is out I'll dig into it.. definitely want to see this data..

@roadscape Is it ok to make a remark on the fee schedule page, so that people will know that canceling an order will get fully refund of fees for created the order?

Yeah, no problem! What are the official rules for this? Isn't it like a 99.9% refund, as long as it's completely unfilled?
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@roadscape Is it ok to make a remark on the fee schedule page, so that people will know that canceling an order will get fully refund of fees for created the order?
I eill also add this to the fee page in zge wallet next week ..

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All memos sent to this account will now be readable on cryptofresh.  If you want to be able to read them within your wallet.  You will need to import the memo private key into your wallet.  Off of memory that is click the options button.  Cick the very bottom button, its called account management console or something like that.  Then click import key, and paste that key in.
What's the private key then?  ;)

Another issue, I suspect that once you changed memo_key, you will not be able to read the memos before the change.
you still can read all your memos unless you have remove your pre memo key from your wallet
the relative public key is saved in the transaction

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All memos sent to this account will now be readable on cryptofresh.  If you want to be able to read them within your wallet.  You will need to import the memo private key into your wallet.  Off of memory that is click the options button.  Cick the very bottom button, its called account management console or something like that.  Then click import key, and paste that key in.
What's the private key then?  ;)

Another issue, I suspect that once you changed memo_key, you will not be able to read the memos before the change.
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In the spirit of alts message to announce I have created twitter.puppies and changed the memo key to the same key as announce.  Any messages to twitter.puppies will show up unencrypted on cryptofresh, and in any wallet that has the memo private key of announce imported.

Could you tell us how yo did it step by step,  like we are 5  or 85 ? thank you

Its really easy and can be completed 100% inside the GUI.  I am at work, and don't have a GUI handy at the moment.

Basically you create an account.  I do this in the CLI, but you can do it in the GUI, or just have OL register a new account with you as the referrer. 

Once you have your account you select it and go to the permissions tab.  From there select the memo key tab towards the top.  Replace the current memo key with BTS6fUJfBNkD88eDmoBhHGu3r98aTnieVwwqZVSzkzDaxzF57c4ce then press submit.

It is very important that you change your memo key and not your owner or active key. 

All memos sent to this account will now be readable on cryptofresh.  If you want to be able to read them within your wallet.  You will need to import the memo private key into your wallet.  Off of memory that is click the options button.  Cick the very bottom button, its called account management console or something like that.  Then click import key, and paste that key in.
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In the spirit of alts message to announce I have created twitter.puppies and changed the memo key to the same key as announce.  Any messages to twitter.puppies will show up unencrypted on cryptofresh, and in any wallet that has the memo private key of announce imported.

Could you tell us how yo did it step by step,  like we are 5  or 85 ? thank you