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January 27, 2013, 08:13:10 AM
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Gox runs their own yubikey server. Then they dont have to rely on a third party.

Can other sites use it?  Or are the gox yubikeys essentially gox-only?


I think its insecure to use them on different sites ? Thats why they tell you not to use non gox yubikeys to login.

Appreciate the info.  I've ordered a couple.  Will play with 'em when they arrive.  Smiley

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January 27, 2013, 08:20:23 AM
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Gox runs their own yubikey server. Then they dont have to rely on a third party.

Can other sites use it?  Or are the gox yubikeys essentially gox-only?


I think its insecure to use them on different sites ? Thats why they tell you not to use non gox yubikeys to login.

Appreciate the info.  I've ordered a couple.  Will play with 'em when they arrive.  Smiley

Cheers.

This is awesome  Grin
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January 27, 2013, 12:34:08 PM
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Former GLBSE user and YABMC holder, got the dividend notification email today. Log-in to your site, enabled google authenticator and transfered dividend to my wallet. Very smooth operations, many thanks for the YABMC issuer's effort and your service.
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January 27, 2013, 08:35:08 PM
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Thanks for adding highlighting of Top Bid/Lowest Ask when it's mine on Market screen.  Any chance of adding it in the Portfolio screen too?
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January 27, 2013, 08:39:45 PM
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Thanks for adding highlighting of Top Bid/Lowest Ask when it's mine on Market screen.  Any chance of adding it in the Portfolio screen too?

+several. HUGE timesaver. Yer the man burnside!

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January 28, 2013, 09:03:47 AM
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Thanks for adding highlighting of Top Bid/Lowest Ask when it's mine on Market screen.  Any chance of adding it in the Portfolio screen too?

You bet.  It's done.

Withdrawal page now shows the sum of your orders on the books as well so that you may avoid accidentally auto-canceling orders by over withdrawing.

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January 28, 2013, 09:52:19 AM
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I love the my orders bid/ask high lights Thank you! 
I told you this is a cool little feature Wink

While reading what I wrote, use the most friendliest and relaxing voice in your head.
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January 28, 2013, 04:46:59 PM
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Thanks for adding highlighting of Top Bid/Lowest Ask when it's mine on Market screen.  Any chance of adding it in the Portfolio screen too?

You bet.  It's done.

Withdrawal page now shows the sum of your orders on the books as well so that you may avoid accidentally auto-canceling orders by over withdrawing.

Cheers.

To clarify it's NOT showing the sum of your orders on the books.  It IS showing the highest amount of LTC you have committed in bids to a single asset (which is the point below which an order would be cancelled).  The implementation is correct - the description wasn't quite precise.
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January 28, 2013, 05:13:08 PM
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Thanks for adding highlighting of Top Bid/Lowest Ask when it's mine on Market screen.  Any chance of adding it in the Portfolio screen too?

You bet.  It's done.

Withdrawal page now shows the sum of your orders on the books as well so that you may avoid accidentally auto-canceling orders by over withdrawing.

Cheers.

To clarify it's NOT showing the sum of your orders on the books.  It IS showing the highest amount of LTC you have committed in bids to a single asset (which is the point below which an order would be cancelled).  The implementation is correct - the description wasn't quite precise.

That is correct.  Smiley  It shows the highest amount of coin committed to any given asset.
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January 30, 2013, 10:27:20 AM
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Why did you remove market cap and total volume? I like the old formating with @ and non bold numbers better.
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January 30, 2013, 07:08:22 PM
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If you have  "7d Vol" or "24h Vol" this must show total number of shares traded in last x days.

Remove that second number (what is it?) Smiley and add column "Xd Turnover" This will show X days or hours total turnover in BTC or LTC.

Some ideas are here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=125629.msg1456074#msg1456074

Here is a a bit revised version:

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Symbol |   Last  |    Bid |    Ask |   Open |  Close | Net Change | Change % | Vol    | 52 W high | 52 W Low | Div    | YTD %Chg |
   ART |3@1.0890 | 0.9431 | 1.0890 | 1.1000 | 1.0800 |     -0.02  |  -2.20%  | 10,000 |    1.1800 |   0.9400 | 0.0500 |   +99.99% |

Note, all numbers up to 52 W High are today/yesterday "short term" numbers.
 
Forget that 24h nonsense and move to Open and Close based on 24h clock in UTC 0
Close is last trade from the previous date
Open is first trade of the current date
Net Change - in currency used, between Last trade and Open
Div - dividends paid in current year.

With bonds and other fixed income stuff, you can add Yield to Coupon, Current Yield, Coupon and you have the familiar Yield To Date from equities table.

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January 30, 2013, 08:12:02 PM
Last edit: January 30, 2013, 08:26:07 PM by burnside
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Why did you remove market cap and total volume? I like the old formating with @ and non bold numbers better.

I've been experimenting with some changes.  The market cap and total volume moved to the security trade tab, in the summary row there.

The move was mostly because they're not numbers that play into the "current state" of the market.  They're more numbers that you'd want to know when researching whether you want to invest or not in the first place.

Hope that makes sense!

Cheers.

Edit: Posted it then realized I didn't completely answer your question.  I did away with the @ sign in the volume because it was fundamentally misleading to new users that know how the @ symbol is supposed to read.  For it to have made actual sense it would have had to have been [share volume] @ [weighted average trade price].  Which then would not have conveyed the currency volume.  Hopefully after a few days the new display will catch on.  I know it already makes more sense to me, but I'm still not certain there's not a better way to do it.

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January 30, 2013, 08:22:03 PM
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If you have  "7d Vol" or "24h Vol" this must show total number of shares traded in last x days.

Remove that second number (what is it?) Smiley and add column "Xd Turnover" This will show X days or hours total turnover in BTC or LTC.

Some ideas are here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=125629.msg1456074#msg1456074

Here is a a bit revised version:

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Symbol |   Last  |    Bid |    Ask |   Open |  Close | Net Change | Change % | Vol    | 52 W high | 52 W Low | Div    | YTD %Chg |
   ART |3@1.0890 | 0.9431 | 1.0890 | 1.1000 | 1.0800 |     -0.02  |  -2.20%  | 10,000 |    1.1800 |   0.9400 | 0.0500 |   +99.99% |

Note, all numbers up to 52 W High are today/yesterday "short term" numbers.
 
Forget that 24h nonsense and move to Open and Close based on 24h clock in UTC 0
Close is last trade from the previous date
Open is first trade of the current date
Net Change - in currency used, between Last trade and Open
Div - dividends paid in current year.

With bonds and other fixed income stuff, you can add Yield to Coupon, Current Yield, Coupon and you have the familiar Yield To Date from equities table.

Cheers!

The volume numbers are: | shares coin |

With shares on the left, coin on the right.  I thought about splitting them into separate columns, but that would eat up too much space.

The 52w High, 52w Low, Div (or Div % Yield), and Net Change (would use a rolling 24h window) are great ideas.  I'll see if I can find a place for 'em.

I've thought a lot about going to a 24h open/close type setup but it would just be too confusing in conjunction with the fact that everyone sees the numbers in terms of their own timezone.  For example, everyone would see a different open/close number if I programmed it to use midnight their time.  And if I program it to just always use midnight UTC then the numbers mean even less to people because open/close might be noon for them, rendering it nearly meaningless.

Thank you for the suggestions, much appreciated!

Cheers.
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January 30, 2013, 08:23:41 PM
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Forget that 24h nonsense and move to Open and Close based on 24h clock in UTC 0
Close is last trade from the previous date
Open is first trade of the current date


Disagree with this.

As there's no closed period, there's no change in price that can occur whilst trading isn't open - and no surge of activity when trading opens to make that time of relevance.  With the reasons to make that data meaningful gone all the change would do is make those figures blank for the first part of each day and based on a small sample for most of the rest of the day.  For most securities there's so little trade that even the current rolling 24-hour system is largely meaningless - making the sample size smaller (with your proposal, on average it'd only be based on 12 hours of trade) has no logic behind it.
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January 30, 2013, 08:26:23 PM
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The 52w High, 52w Low, Div (or Div % Yield), and Net Change (would use a rolling 24h window) are great ideas.  I'll see if I can find a place for 'em.


I wouldn't worry about adding 52w figures in until we get to the point where some securities have actually been wunning for 52 weeks.  Before that it's just meaningless and the screen-space would be better used for something meaningful (13 week data maybe - representing data for the last rolling quarter).
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January 31, 2013, 01:17:47 AM
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Downloadable CSV account history is now available on the Account page:

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Complete CSV Account History
Portfolio:    /csv/portfolio
Trades:    /csv/trades
Dividends:    /csv/dividends
Deposits:    /csv/deposits
Withdrawals:    /csv/withdrawals

Should keep most of the spreadsheet users happy.  Wink
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January 31, 2013, 01:21:08 AM
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Starting to develop a man crush. Shocked

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February 01, 2013, 06:08:15 PM
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Why is RSM getting low votes?  We probably have the highest (MH/s)/BTC of any mining company on there.  We are going to reinvest 90% of profits into more ASIC's and we have been around over a year now.

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February 01, 2013, 06:47:55 PM
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Why is RSM getting low votes?  We probably have the highest (MH/s)/BTC of any mining company on there.  We are going to reinvest 90% of profits into more ASIC's and we have been around over a year now.

You only have one no vote.  (a no vote counts as 2)

Seems like a lot of mods just haven't voted, or have abstained.
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February 01, 2013, 08:40:53 PM
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Why is RSM getting low votes?  We probably have the highest (MH/s)/BTC of any mining company on there.  We are going to reinvest 90% of profits into more ASIC's and we have been around over a year now.

You only have one no vote.  (a no vote counts as 2)

Seems like a lot of mods just haven't voted, or have abstained.

Yeah I can see why people might abstain for now as all we have is three 60(GH/s)BFL-SC-Singles pre-ordered and nothing mining

Tho voters should also know that I'm personally trying to buy all of as much of the company back as possible now we can trade shares again.  I'm already the largest shareholder of RSM and I only ever received about 3% of the shares created and have bought all the rest with my own money.  So I have a major motivation to succeeding and growing this company as I've put a lot of my own money into it.

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