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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #60 on: May 29, 2016, 07:21:09 pm »
A lot of fud, up?  8)
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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #61 on: May 30, 2016, 01:01:07 am »
BM can't easily and anonymously dump his premined Steem on OpenLedger without it becoming a big deal. Much better for him to get buyers going to Bittrex.

Ouch...

Assume for a moment that you were launching steem and trying to make it successful. Where would you direct people? 

I Iove to help bts, but not at the expense of steem.  The truth is bts would create a higher barrier to entry for most people.

Is that my fault?  How can we lower the barrier to entry for bts? 



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you didn't mention this when you said BTS was gonna be used by millions of people soon with big thing so don't worry with the merger and people left . Bag holders hang on to it , while you sell , just looking forward to the magical work that you do to attract ordinary people. And you stop working on also wasn't your choice , it's some of the bag holders decided to cut you off , otherwise you'll still dance with the same song over and over again .

Now you're telling me BTS creates a higher barrier to entry for most people.

What,  you didn't figure out this user experience thingy when you did the VOTE dream ?
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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #62 on: May 30, 2016, 11:07:47 am »
I don't know if there are errors but you can get the picture...  :D

Code: [Select]
import java.io.BufferedWriter;
import java.io.File;
import java.io.FileWriter;
import java.io.IOException;

public class FudUnlimited {
public static void main(String[] args) {
try {

String fudContent = "Fill this with HUGE amounts of FUD and Trolling and whining !";

File fudThread = new File("my_FUD_Thread.txt");

// if FUD thread doesn't exist, then create it
if (!fudThread.exists()) {
fudThread.createNewFile();
}

FileWriter fudExcuse = new FileWriter(fudThread.getAbsoluteFile());
BufferedWriter fudExcuse = new BufferedWriter(fudExcuse);
fudExcuse.write(fudContent);
fudExcuse.close();
System.out.println("FUDing was Succesfull!!!");

} catch (IOException e) {

                        //in case something goes wrong... we gots PLAN B!
                        boolean infiniteFudState = true;
                        while (infiniteFudState != false;){
System.out.println(fudContent);
                        }
}
}
}

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #63 on: May 31, 2016, 03:24:24 am »
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Just as a reminder. Go to STEMMIT.com click on the left sidebar and click "buy steem" you will be not be redirected to Openledger but to Bittrex. So, the creator of BitShares is not linking and supporting his own plattform.

[member=5]bytemaster[/member] [member=602]fuzzy[/member] [member=6]Stan[/member]

Please can you tell us or bring this up on the next mumble, why is it we're using Bittrex and not Openledger? I'm sure there is a good reason and may have missed on some other thread.

Thanks

« Last Edit: May 31, 2016, 03:28:44 am by mike623317 »

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #64 on: May 31, 2016, 09:16:33 am »
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Just as a reminder. Go to STEMMIT.com click on the left sidebar and click "buy steem" you will be not be redirected to Openledger but to Bittrex. So, the creator of BitShares is not linking and supporting his own plattform.

[member=5]bytemaster[/member] [member=602]fuzzy[/member] [member=6]Stan[/member]

Please can you tell us or bring this up on the next mumble, why is it we're using Bittrex and not Openledger? I'm sure there is a good reason and may have missed on some other thread.

Thanks

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #65 on: June 03, 2016, 05:20:35 am »
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Just as a reminder. Go to STEMMIT.com click on the left sidebar and click "buy steem" you will be not be redirected to Openledger but to Bittrex. So, the creator of BitShares is not linking and supporting his own plattform.

[member=5]bytemaster[/member] [member=602]fuzzy[/member] [member=6]Stan[/member]

Please can you tell us or bring this up on the next mumble, why is it we're using Bittrex and not Openledger? I'm sure there is a good reason and may have missed on some other thread.

Thanks

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #66 on: June 03, 2016, 09:01:16 am »
IS BTS dead?

I saw as "Is BM DEAD"   +5% +5% +5% +5%

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #67 on: June 03, 2016, 09:36:33 am »
I will post this to steemit myself this time, but will ask you to consider going to the #beyondbitcoin tag on steemit.com to participate in these discussions and upvote those topics you feel most important.

[member=602]fuzzy[/member] , what about people who opt not to have anything to do with facebook (or reddit) and also do not feel comfortable to give away their phone number? (AFAIK this will be the future third option to verify your identity on steemit).

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #68 on: June 03, 2016, 10:05:49 am »
I will post this to steemit myself this time, but will ask you to consider going to the #beyondbitcoin tag on steemit.com to participate in these discussions and upvote those topics you feel most important.

[member=602]fuzzy[/member] , what about people who opt not to have anything to do with facebook (or reddit) and also do not feel comfortable to give away their phone number? (AFAIK this will be the future third option to verify your identity on steemit).

We are testing this at present and might have to move away from it, but the short answer is:  Steemit offers me for the first time the ability to start funding this operation and everything I have to do every week to make sure it happens...If people ask questions and participate on steemit, I don't have to worry about going out and trying to sell ad space and other things I personally dislike having to deal with when listening to podcasts. 

So I guess the question at this point is: is funding beyond bitcoin's future expansion worth making an account on steemit and upvoting content?  Or should I start charging people to join?  Sell adspace (which doesn't work so well when you have chosen to primarily help bitshares as opposed to the entire crypto ecosystem)?

With this said...I suppose I could let people send me their questions and post them myself---but then I will be the one earning from upvotes on those topics.  I guess it is up to you what you plan on doing, but I would love to hear your thoughts on my reasoning and any potential ways of making what i'm doing more efficient(less work = more accomplished) and paying to continue and hopefully expand beyond bitcoin further in the future.
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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #69 on: June 03, 2016, 10:50:12 am »
So I guess the question at this point is: is funding beyond bitcoin's future expansion worth making an account on steemit and upvoting content?  Or should I start charging people to join?  Sell adspace (which doesn't work so well when you have chosen to primarily help bitshares as opposed to the entire crypto ecosystem)?

It's your choice to make, fuzzy.
I'm just giving you feedback that you might lose some audience because for various reasons some of us prefer this forum to steemit.

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #70 on: June 03, 2016, 11:28:19 am »
Im a bitshares fanatic, I love this forum n as a noob steemit has pretty good posts of dan, xeroc, arhag, a lot of discussion about bitshares, cutedge tech, I like it, no problem at all to support this
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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #71 on: June 03, 2016, 11:45:45 am »
me too, and STEEM is about to give thousands of dollars to BTS developers!

Thank you reverseflash!

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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #72 on: June 03, 2016, 10:45:32 pm »
Yeah? A name change sure helped Mastercoin right? Name changes don't help. Let Bitshares be Bitshares and let Graphene be Graphene. Use Graphene and no one cares what you name your exchange. Use Bitshares and inherit the name recognition. If Dan isn't involved then find someone who can change the code. If necessary block voting from all are exchange wallets so that only active voting is possible.

Or you can remove the democratic features entirely.
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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #73 on: June 03, 2016, 10:46:19 pm »
So I guess the question at this point is: is funding beyond bitcoin's future expansion worth making an account on steemit and upvoting content?  Or should I start charging people to join?  Sell adspace (which doesn't work so well when you have chosen to primarily help bitshares as opposed to the entire crypto ecosystem)?

It's your choice to make, fuzzy.
I'm just giving you feedback that you might lose some audience because for various reasons some of us prefer this forum to steemit.

Are we now in the Beyond Bitshares phase?
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Re: IS BTS dead?
« Reply #74 on: June 03, 2016, 10:48:20 pm »
I will post this to steemit myself this time, but will ask you to consider going to the #beyondbitcoin tag on steemit.com to participate in these discussions and upvote those topics you feel most important.

[member=602]fuzzy[/member] , what about people who opt not to have anything to do with facebook (or reddit) and also do not feel comfortable to give away their phone number? (AFAIK this will be the future third option to verify your identity on steemit).

We are testing this at present and might have to move away from it, but the short answer is:  Steemit offers me for the first time the ability to start funding this operation and everything I have to do every week to make sure it happens...If people ask questions and participate on steemit, I don't have to worry about going out and trying to sell ad space and other things I personally dislike having to deal with when listening to podcasts. 

So I guess the question at this point is: is funding beyond bitcoin's future expansion worth making an account on steemit and upvoting content?  Or should I start charging people to join?  Sell adspace (which doesn't work so well when you have chosen to primarily help bitshares as opposed to the entire crypto ecosystem)?

With this said...I suppose I could let people send me their questions and post them myself---but then I will be the one earning from upvotes on those topics.  I guess it is up to you what you plan on doing, but I would love to hear your thoughts on my reasoning and any potential ways of making what i'm doing more efficient(less work = more accomplished) and paying to continue and hopefully expand beyond bitcoin further in the future.

I like Steem but the only issue I see with the relationship between Steem and Bitshares is that OpenLedger and other Bitshares front ends have not implemented and integrated Steem. We should have either an alternative to Steemit or have some version of Steemit specifically built for the decentralized exchanges who need trollbox and chat.
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