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(wallet closed) >>> blockchain_get_account bbx-dns
Name: bbx-dns
Registered: 2014-10-08T06:28:10
Last Updated: 27 hours ago
Owner Key: KEY7BpVqTKtFqgZuXsxxUwxNWPa4bFeLdscdfU6Eeuu46vPWvajMS
Active Key History:
- KEY7BpVqTKtFqgZuXsxxUwxNWPa4bFeLdscdfU6Eeuu46vPWvajMS, last used 27 hours ago
Not a delegate.

your name is already registered on the blockchain ... but NOT as a delegate.

you need to update your registration:
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help wallet_account_update_registration
Usage:
wallet_account_update_registration <account_name> <pay_from_account> [public_data] [delegate_pay_rate]   Updates the data published about a given account

for a payrate of 1%:
wallet_account_update_registration bbx-dns bbx-dns {} 1

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So I have my delegate almost ready. 

I set the pay rate and registered it...

then I type "wallet_delegate_set_block_production bbx-dns true" and this is what it returns: 

bbx-dns (unlocked) >>> wallet_delegate_set_block_production bbx-dns true
10 assert_exception: Assert Exception
delegate_record.is_delegate(): bbx-dns is not a delegate.
    {"name":"bbx-dns"}
    th_a  wallet.cpp:3018 set_delegate_block_production

    {}
    th_a  common_api_client.cpp:1699 wallet_delegate_set_block_production

    {"command":"wallet_delegate_set_block_production"}
    th_a  cli.cpp:556 execute_command



So I was like..."hm..." and went back and tried to register the delegate again:

wallet_account_register bbx-dns bbx-dns {} 1

and it returns:

bbx-dns (unlocked) >>> wallet_account_register bbx-dns bbx-dns {} 1
20025 duplicate_account_name: duplicate account name
This account name has already been registered!
    {}
    th_a  wallet.cpp:4224 register_account

    {"account_to_register":"bbx-dns","public_data":{},"pay_with_account_name":"bbx-dns","delegate_pay_rate":1}
    th_a  wallet.cpp:4288 register_account

    {"account_name":"bbx-dns","data":{}}
    th_a  client.cpp:3240 wallet_account_register

    {}
    th_a  common_api_client.cpp:1171 wallet_account_register

    {"command":"wallet_account_register"}
    th_a  cli.cpp:556 execute_command



Can someone give some ideas as to what the problem is?
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How are user created assets initially distributed? Like free, fund and star?
nope ... the creator of the asset can issue ALL or just part of the assets directly to one of his accounts ...
and sell them at the exchange

That's what allows an IPO/pre-sale on the network .. you define a cap of 1B shares .. create a new share with 1B shares and start issuing and selling them in parts ..

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Is collateral reserved on an open order or only after execution?

eg. If you trusted 4 different assets (eg. USD, CNY, EUR and AUD) and wanted to short all your btsx ie. go "All-In", could you post the same valued short against all of the 4 assets? Then once one executes, the other 3 disappear or cancel?

If not (which I get the feeling is the case), a feature suggestion maybe to short to "the markets you tick the checkbox for". ie. One short-wall order for different assets.

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what will be the effect of overstock hiring counterpart devs to develop a decentralised exchange? in the webinar before didn't they say overstock was considering bitsharesX? i am curious

opinions differ on that:

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=9764.msg126815#msg126815
thank you

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How are user created assets initially distributed? Like free, fund and star?

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what will be the effect of overstock hiring counterpart devs to develop a decentralised exchange? in the webinar before didn't they say overstock was considering bitsharesX? i am curious

opinions differ on that:

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=9764.msg126815#msg126815

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what will be the effect of overstock hiring counterpart devs to develop a decentralised exchange? in the webinar before didn't they say overstock was considering bitsharesX? i am curious

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Why does it say "Not connected" in the bottom corner? I'm probably being really dumb, can someone please help me? Thanks!
First make sure you backup (export) your wallet. Then go to your app data folder and delete the "chain" folder. If this doesn't work then just re-download and install the wallet.

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I think it has been updated to every 20 minutes or so. But not sure...
I think it would help if there would be statistics for each delegate how close their feed was to the median and how often a delegate updates it....

You are making a good point. But consider that a trader can anticipate when the feed is of and trade accordingly...

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From the wiki:
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The price feed for a certain asset (say bitUSD) is derived as the median over all published price feeds not older as 24 hours.

By its nature, that would mean that it lags behind.

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I think that lagging price feeds are preventing an increase in market cap for bitassets.  My understanding is that short orders are critical to the creation of additional unit of bitassets, but the lagging price feeds severely limit the incentive and execution of short orders.  Is this intended behavior?
what do you mean by lagging price feeds?

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I think that lagging price feeds are preventing an increase in market cap for bitassets.  My understanding is that short orders are critical to the creation of additional unit of bitassets, but the lagging price feeds severely limit the incentive and execution of short orders.  Is this intended behavior?

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Current BTSX Buy Price : 0.00010887 BTC ? Where is that based off of?

poloniex probably

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Current BTSX Buy Price : 0.00010887 BTC ? Where is that based off of?

It went right back to ~0.000087. Didnt understand that too
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