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Offline Anytime

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some questions about AGS
« on: February 06, 2014, 04:34:44 am »
dear all~

      BTS test version  is coming out  in a few days. i think AGS will become more popular these days. but i have several quetions which i am not quite sure yet.

      1. which website i should go to, if i want to get the accurate statistics about how much BTC or PTS is invested in AGS everyday?
          i went to several websites to find statistics about AGS, but i got confused, because the figures they revealed were so different that i really could not know how to anlylize these statistics. Can anyone tell me how to use these websites so that i can get the accurate figures about how much BTC or AGS was put into AGS everyday.

     2. based on the history, i know using BTC to invest in AGS is more profitable than using PTS to do that. But how many days were there which we could get more AGS if we used BTC to invest  since it all started until yesterday?

     3.  we can actually trade AGS because AGS is bound to an account but not the donator, the real person. Thus, it means AGS can in fact be tradable, Is this right?

     4.  Has 3I invested some BTC or PTS into AGS until now? if not, does 3I has plan to do it in the future?   

      really hope 3I can achieve great success!


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Re: some questions about AGS
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2014, 04:48:06 am »
Yes, we have invested our own personal funds into AGS on equal terms with everyone else.

I hope the sites get things figured out soon. 
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Re: some questions about AGS
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2014, 05:24:47 am »
The AGS explorer websites seem to have problems at the moment.
I've never had problems with the data quality of this one (https://blockchain.info/address/1ANGELwQwWxMmbdaSWhWLqBEtPTkWb8uDc) but it is no good for a quick overview.

     2. based on the history, i know using BTC to invest in AGS is more profitable than using PTS to do that. But how many days were there which we could get more AGS if we used BTC to invest  since it all started until yesterday?

This is from my personal records. It shows the ratio of AGS price in BTC to AGS price in PTS in per cent. They are roughly based on what PTS were trading on cryptsy, bter and btc38 and bitcoinaverage for BTC at midnight GMT.
Values less than 100 mean donating Bitcoin was more profitable that day, values above 100 mean PTS would have been better.

01/01/2014   98
02/01/2014   67
03/01/2014   84
04/01/2014   112
05/01/2014   102
06/01/2014   77
07/01/2014   89
08/01/2014   80
09/01/2014   66
10/01/2014   78
11/01/2014   96
12/01/2014   95
13/01/2014   74
14/01/2014   80
15/01/2014   106
16/01/2014   115
17/01/2014   92
18/01/2014   102
19/01/2014   100
20/01/2014   102
21/01/2014   108
22/01/2014   96
23/01/2014   121
24/01/2014   94
25/01/2014   67
26/01/2014   87
27/01/2014   81
28/01/2014   122
29/01/2014   103
30/01/2014   90
31/01/2014   92
01/02/2014   86
02/02/2014   94
03/02/2014   81
04/02/2014   97
05/02/2014   109

The days with the highest numbers were mostly days the agsexplorers were broken, showing too low bitcoin donations :)

     3.  we can actually trade AGS because AGS is bound to an account but not the donator, the real person. Thus, it means AGS can in fact be tradable, Is this right?
If the buyer trusts the seller not to keep the private keys then you can trade. I wouldn't buy from somebody I don't know personally though.