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October 09, 2012, 10:27:04 PM
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This is the complete trading and dividend history for GLBSE since the initiation of 2.0.

Trading History
Dividend History

The only problem is it does not include IPO sales as the twitter feed never seemed to record these trades.

I also estimated the revenue generated by GLBSE from this data assuming 0.5% trading fee since inception and 8 BTC listing fee for each security.  It is not completely accurate as some of the listings rolled over from GLBSE 1.0 and the fees associated with transferring assets between individuals and the IPO sales is not included.

From 4/2/2012 to 10/4/2012:
187 contract listings
66519 total trades
6006474 total contract volume
35911.75164BTC total volume
2823.6BTC total revenue from trading fees
1496BTC total revenue from listing fees.
4319.7BTC total revenue.

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October 09, 2012, 10:56:02 PM
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Thank you for this! Cheesy

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October 09, 2012, 11:12:41 PM
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Like i wrote in asicminerthread already i remembered now that i downloaded all the pages of glbse some weeks ago too. Including all the graphs data and so on. I can provide that data from 20120907-002940 utc+1.

Unfortunately you cant see who traded with who. But at least you can see that trades happened. I backed it up with scrapbook. Let me know if that is of interest. But i think we should wait anyway until there IS a problem for sure. This backup is too far away to be any proof for my buys of asicminershares unfortunately.

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Good to see this!  Revenue U.S dollars: $51,600 roughly.


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October 10, 2012, 04:10:09 PM
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Good to see this!  Revenue U.S dollars: $51,600 roughly.

I don't think thats going to be a correct number, because I'm sure he didn't HOLD all his profits till BTC hit $12.
I'm sure he sold all the coins he could get as fast as he could get. So maybe 20-25% @ $5
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October 10, 2012, 04:35:13 PM
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Source is twitter?

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Source is twitter?

Yes, GLBSE had a some what live streaming trade data through twitter.  I don't think IPOs ever went into the twitter feed, but this might just because the old Twitter API only allowed 1500 requests an hour (there is a new API out now).

Dividends were gathered from the glbse API every 2 hours.

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October 11, 2012, 11:24:19 AM
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Source is twitter?

Yes, GLBSE had a some what live streaming trade data through twitter. 

Yes, assbot on #bitcoin-assets is doing the same thing.

One thing we noticed, twitter stream is missing chunks of data. Even though trades happened on GLBSE, there werent echoed to stream.

Just FYI.

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October 11, 2012, 12:03:31 PM
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Good to see this!  Revenue U.S dollars: $51,600 roughly.

I don't think thats going to be a correct number, because I'm sure he didn't HOLD all his profits till BTC hit $12.
I'm sure he sold all the coins he could get as fast as he could get. So maybe 20-25% @ $5

There is a difference between profits and revenue, you know...
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This is the complete trading and dividend history for GLBSE since the initiation of 2.0.

Trading History
Dividend History

The only problem is it does not include IPO sales as the twitter feed never seemed to record these trades.

I also estimated the revenue generated by GLBSE from this data assuming 0.5% trading fee since inception and 8 BTC listing fee for each security.  It is not completely accurate as some of the listings rolled over from GLBSE 1.0 and the fees associated with transferring assets between individuals and the IPO sales is not included.

From 4/2/2012 to 10/4/2012:
187 contract listings
66519 total trades
6006474 total contract volume
35911.75164BTC total volume
2823.6BTC total revenue from trading fees
1496BTC total revenue from listing fees.
4319.7BTC total revenue.

Nice work.

So, 6 month GLBSE volume, 35k. 30 day MPEx volume currently, 80k. Was as high as 170k last month.

Where's the smartypants going oh, GLBSE has more volume all during August? Hm?

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October 11, 2012, 01:01:12 PM
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This is the complete trading and dividend history for GLBSE since the initiation of 2.0.

Trading History
Dividend History

The only problem is it does not include IPO sales as the twitter feed never seemed to record these trades.

I also estimated the revenue generated by GLBSE from this data assuming 0.5% trading fee since inception and 8 BTC listing fee for each security.  It is not completely accurate as some of the listings rolled over from GLBSE 1.0 and the fees associated with transferring assets between individuals and the IPO sales is not included.

From 4/2/2012 to 10/4/2012:
187 contract listings
66519 total trades
6006474 total contract volume
35911.75164BTC total volume
2823.6BTC total revenue from trading fees
1496BTC total revenue from listing fees.
4319.7BTC total revenue.

Nice work.

So, 6 month GLBSE volume, 35k. 30 day MPEx volume currently, 80k. Was as high as 170k last month.

Where's the smartypants going oh, GLBSE has more volume all during August? Hm?

Can you for once shut the fuck up with the advertisement for MPEx?
It's like listening to skipping record and it's getting old.
I understand that all this is making you feel fuzzy and warm inside and that kicking GLOBSE when it is down has inflated your ego, but it also makes you look like a baby that took candy from another baby and now wants everyone to know how good it tastes.
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October 11, 2012, 06:48:46 PM
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Source is twitter?

Yes, GLBSE had a some what live streaming trade data through twitter. 

Yes, assbot on #bitcoin-assets is doing the same thing.

One thing we noticed, twitter stream is missing chunks of data. Even though trades happened on GLBSE, there werent echoed to stream.

Just FYI.

I think it is most likely due to the amount of tweets a twitter user can do in a small time frame.  Most of the PPT bonds on here never showed up when they were massively sold.  Twitter is a bad way to stream selling data.

Introducing constraints to the economy only serves to limit what can be economical.
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October 11, 2012, 07:07:17 PM
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I think then maybe my data from a month ago could fill some gaps. I backed up the glbse website which includes the graphs and their data. That means for every project, the old pirate ones too, the amount traded, the price and the time of trade. Plus the dividendlist.
And it should be all the data from beginning of ipo. I backed it up just in case nefario decides its too much data to send everytime and he starts to restrict the shown data.

So if someone wants to convert this data in a list similar to the one here is shared let me know.

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Can you for once shut the fuck up with the advertisement for MPEx?
It's like listening to skipping record and it's getting old.
I understand that all this is making you feel fuzzy and warm inside and that kicking GLOBSE when it is down has inflated your ego, but it also makes you look like a baby that took candy from another baby and now wants everyone to know how good it tastes.

What exactly is your problem? Are we now on v2.0 of being an idiot, after "MPEx is bad mkay child porn mkay", are we now doing "MPOE is mean mkay, stating the obvious I don't like to confront mkay"? Go hustle the open transactions guy.

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October 11, 2012, 08:30:09 PM
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Don't post off-topic replies.  This thread is about GLBSE history and not child porn, spam, how better other exchanges are than the now dead GLBSE.

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October 11, 2012, 09:07:49 PM
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Don't post off-topic replies.  This thread is about GLBSE history and not child porn, spam, how better other exchanges are than the now dead GLBSE.

He successfully baited me, I'm sorry.  Sad

On topic: Hear, hear!

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October 14, 2012, 07:08:40 PM
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Some people are starting to get their bitcoins back.  It would be beneficial for them to check these records to see if any of their bids or asks were fulfilled before GLBSE was unceremoniously shut down.  I checked for mine and none sold so I know what number of assets and bitcoins I should receive.

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