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nope , where do you host your images , I wonder if thats blocked here where I am ..

There seems to be a problem with your browser settings, we hosted the pictures on: imgur.com

I uploaded the pictures on my Dropbox again. please see here: http://bit.ly/22sGtbR


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Did I read somewhere both ios app store AND jailbroken for mobile wallet ,  which one will it be ?  legit or not

Yeah, to install an app on iphone without using their app store, you must jailbreak the iphone for it to be allowed by iOS. I hear it takes a couple months for them to approve new apps for their app store, especially cryptocurrency related apps.
 
I'm an andoid guy myself so don't quote me on their jailbreak thing, it's just what my iOS guy told me. Androids won't have a problem installing the apk file though, I have already done it numerous times. My wife actually installed it on her phone yesterday with no problems. [member=120]xeroc[/member] you met my wife too, she is not techie at all lol
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Can you put the coin on the ccedk exchange?  I believe the wallet system for openledger is not bip integrated.

[member=38926]Chris4210X[/member] - please ask Ronny [member=23432]ccedk[/member] about this question from [member=20284]eagleeye[/member]
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Changed the DNS settings, apparently our govt doesnt like imgur much !  The wallet looks pretty nice guys , well done.

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Changed the DNS settings, apparently our govt doesnt like imgur much !  The wallet looks pretty nice guys , well done.

Thanx bitacer! Like I mentioned, I'll try to upload a video for you guys next week too so you can see the flow, the react language abilities and such. I'll just record it with my wife's camera or something.
 
The OPENPOS price is going up daily guys, so contact [member=38926]Chris4210X[/member] to get in early if you can. Just like Obits, the OPENPOS token comes with cashflow rewards as well. I just bought some today myself.
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Changed the DNS settings, apparently our govt doesnt like imgur much !  The wallet looks pretty nice guys , well done.

Thanx bitacer! Like I mentioned, I'll try to upload a video for you guys next week too so you can see the flow, the react language abilities and such. I'll just record it with my wife's camera or something.
 
The OPENPOS price is going up daily guys, so contact [member=38926]Chris4210X[/member] to get in early if you can. Just like Obits, the OPENPOS token comes with cashflow rewards as well. I just bought some today myself.
[member=30868]kenCode[/member] I want to buy some but [member=38926]Chris4210X[/member] is not online right now..
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Me too.

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It's still Dec. 26 now, right?
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Thanx guys!
 
All buy orders to his email or pm will reserve the day's lowest price for you, so please make sure you tell him how much you want to invest. I just sms' d him too. He has family in town so I know he is checking messages every few hours or so though. Thanx [member=18687]abit[/member] and [member=4792]38PTSWarrior[/member] :)
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You wrote "Funds are sent directly to the merchant's BitShares account (required)" ;

My only concern is whether merchants will be receptive to this idea since they will need to receive payments to their bitshares accounts, and that seems to be a problem in terms  tax requirements. Over here where I am from every purchase I make there is VAT included and that tax has nothing to do with the merchant but tax authorities require merchants to hand over those taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. Hence , the merchant in this case acts as an intermediary tax collecting agent who is required to pass those taxes to the authorities.  Now, as merchants probably purchase inputs using fiat money receiving cryptocurrency as a payment might complicate their accounting procedure in terms of taxes. I would like to hear how this will be solved. It seems to me  that for the time being there is a need for an intermediary entity acting as the payer- like a teller serving  the bitshares ecosystem. Ken ?
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Thanx guys!
 
All buy orders to his email or pm will reserve the day's lowest price for you, so please make sure you tell him how much you want to invest. I just sms' d him too. He has family in town so I know he is checking messages every few hours or so though. Thanx [member=18687]abit[/member] and [member=4792]38PTSWarrior[/member] :)
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I have a feeling that bitshares ecosystem will need something like a crypto bank offering this service to the crypto space. An account can be created for a participating merchant and when that account is paid for a product with crypto,  the crypto bank will pay the merchant in fiat.  Similar to Nano card , but in this case customer wont need a debit card but transactions will be taken care of by this intermediary crypto bank. At this stage there is still a need for an intermediary. Fiat money has banks serving it why doesnt crypto have its own banks ?
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You wrote "Funds are sent directly to the merchant's BitShares account (required)" ;
My only concern is if merchants will be receptive to this idea since they will need to receive payments to their bitshares accounts, and that seems to be a problem in terms  tax requirements. Over here where I am from every purchase I make there is VAT included and that tax has nothing to do with the merchant but tax authorities require merchants to hand over those taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. Hence , the merchant in this case acts as an intermediary tax collector.  Now, as merchants probably purchase inputs using fiat money receiving cryptocurrency as a payment might complicate their accounting procedure in terms of taxes. I would like to hear how this will be solved. It seems to me  that for the time being there is a need for an intermediary entity acting as the payer- like a teller serving  the bitshares ecosystem. Ken ?

Yes, we are requiring all merchants to have a BitShares account. Merchants have this same requirement if they want to process credit cards. Credit card merchant accounts are much worse though with their fees, gateway accounts, ssl certs and all kinds of other requirements. Smartcoins become the obvious choice for growth.
 
The moment funds are collected from the customer or wallet user, they are saved in the transaction history with a fiat equivalent (looked up in real-time via the DEx and CCEDK). Upon export, the merchants accountant can just look at the fiat equivalents coming in and doesn't need to know anything about how crypto works. No banks needed. I do it the same way in my personal expenditures of crypto. I always log the fiat equivalent at that moment in a spreadsheet so my accountant knows everything she needs to know for taxes, writeoffs, etc.
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Imo the Market fee of OPENPOS is a bit too high.
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Does anyone here have a Blackphone 2?
I'd like to see if we can run the wallet app on that phone as well.
Allegedly, that Silent Circle phone runs a flavor of android called Silent OS.
Please let me know asap, thanx, ken
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