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Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« on: November 06, 2015, 12:51:33 pm »
I have a small stake in Synereo and I follow their progress.  I very much like the sound of what they are trying to accomplish.  Anyway, they are looking for exchanges to be able to develop a market for their native token, the AMP.  What are the chances of launching AMP trading onto the Bitshares DEX or one of the other exchanges, Openledger, Bunkerchain Labs or CCEDK?

http://www.synereo.com/

Can we target other interesting projects that are struggling to get their token onto an exchange?  Obviously some due diligence is required to assess the overhead in maintenance.  Will reaching out to these other projects for that purpose afford some additional prospects for transitioning whole alts into UIA's?


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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2015, 12:52:47 pm »
100% if you convince them to use us. that's what our DEX is for.

make sure to tell them about the ref program, they could earn extra money

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2015, 12:56:02 pm »
Ok great, i'll e-mail them with a link to this thread and some other resources, thanks Fav

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2015, 12:57:37 pm »
Ok great, i'll e-mail them with a link to this thread and some other resources, thanks Fav

bitshares.org may be a better place to start :)

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2015, 01:14:49 pm »
Ok great, i'll e-mail them with a link to this thread and some other resources, thanks Fav

bitshares.org may be a better place to start :)

sent that and links to openledger, ccedk and bunkerchain labs

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2015, 06:27:30 pm »
I've heard back from Dor Konforty - CEO and architect for Synereo. He's been following BitShares from day one and would love for Synereo's AMPs to be listed on the DEX.

He'd like to know what the next steps would be.....who would be the best contact initially? Any help to take this forward would be very much appreciated.


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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2015, 11:39:32 pm »
Awesome, I've been following this project too. I can see Synereo, openbazaar and bitshares as the pillars that hold up the evolution to a truly free society.

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2015, 12:20:24 am »
I have a small stake in Synereo and I follow their progress.  I very much like the sound of what they are trying to accomplish.  Anyway, they are looking for exchanges to be able to develop a market for their native token, the AMP.  What are the chances of launching AMP trading onto the Bitshares DEX or one of the other exchanges, Openledger, Bunkerchain Labs or CCEDK?

http://www.synereo.com/

Can we target other interesting projects that are struggling to get their token onto an exchange?  Obviously some due diligence is required to assess the overhead in maintenance.  Will reaching out to these other projects for that purpose afford some additional prospects for transitioning whole alts into UIA's?
I've been trying to do exactly this but not with much success. Omni is already used by some people and perhaps for certain projects Omni is a better choice.

But if they aren't Omni exclusive then we should get them on Bitshares also.
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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2015, 05:15:18 am »
Since most of their focus is off chain it may make sense for the AMP token to live on the BitShares chain natively.

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2015, 08:29:45 am »
Thanks for the feedback guys.

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2015, 08:47:10 am »
I have a small stake in Synereo and I follow their progress.  I very much like the sound of what they are trying to accomplish.  Anyway, they are looking for exchanges to be able to develop a market for their native token, the AMP.  What are the chances of launching AMP trading onto the Bitshares DEX or one of the other exchanges, Openledger, Bunkerchain Labs or CCEDK?

http://www.synereo.com/

Can we target other interesting projects that are struggling to get their token onto an exchange?  Obviously some due diligence is required to assess the overhead in maintenance.  Will reaching out to these other projects for that purpose afford some additional prospects for transitioning whole alts into UIA's?
I've been trying to do exactly this but not with much success. Omni is already used by some people and perhaps for certain projects Omni is a better choice.

But if they aren't Omni exclusive then we should get them on Bitshares also.

I could be wrong, but I think omniwallet does not have exchange functionality currently.....though it is a product that's under development.

Is there a clearly defined process for connecting projects with the relevant BitShares devs who can assess and support integration? I realise I could PM Ronny or Dan etc but I know they are very busy. If we are going to grow the use of the DEX or other affiliated exchanges like openledger then we need to unlock community efforts to contact and support those leading other projects and communities. If potential for integration into the DEX exists, we need an efficient means for putting the right people in contact......this probably happens in the background already but needs to be visible and well understood.

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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #11 on: November 11, 2015, 09:04:46 am »
If we get these proje ts coins in bitshares we Will slowly bring in more communities too
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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #12 on: November 25, 2015, 11:49:12 am »
Synereo are showing a keen interest in BitShares and Xeroc has been offering technical advice....

Dor Konforty recently asked what would be required in order to integrate BitShares functionality into the Synereo application/built in wallet.  In case Xeroc is too swamped at the moment, is there anyone else who can offer this technical advice? 

Thank you.


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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #13 on: November 25, 2015, 12:39:15 pm »
Synereo are showing a keen interest in BitShares and Xeroc has been offering technical advice....

Dor Konforty recently asked what would be required in order to integrate BitShares functionality into the Synereo application/built in wallet.  In case Xeroc is too swamped at the moment, is there anyone else who can offer this technical advice? 

Thank you.

What we need is a way to store a private key (or a brain key so that we can derive the private key) .. and the ability to connect to a bts witness/full node ..
everything else can be communicated via websocket connection ..

easiest way to integrate would be to integrate the current Javascript implementation of the wallet ..
I don't know which language is used in Synereo .. but we have wallet implementations in Javascript and C++ ..
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Re: Synereo - decentralized social media need an exchange
« Reply #14 on: November 25, 2015, 01:26:29 pm »
Synereo are showing a keen interest in BitShares and Xeroc has been offering technical advice....

Dor Konforty recently asked what would be required in order to integrate BitShares functionality into the Synereo application/built in wallet.  In case Xeroc is too swamped at the moment, is there anyone else who can offer this technical advice? 

Thank you.

What we need is a way to store a private key (or a brain key so that we can derive the private key) .. and the ability to connect to a bts witness/full node ..
everything else can be communicated via websocket connection ..

easiest way to integrate would be to integrate the current Javascript implementation of the wallet ..
I don't know which language is used in Synereo .. but we have wallet implementations in Javascript and C++ ..

Thank you for finding the time yet again Xeroc, i'll forward on to Dor.