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Author Topic: [BitFunder] Asset Exchange Marketplace + Rewritable Options Trading  (Read 129232 times)
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May 18, 2013, 05:02:33 AM
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I had a discussion on another matter with Ukto on IRC day before yesterday.
He had said that he was going to be travelling someplace yesterday.
Seems like something broke and Ukto doesn't know about it or is not near a computer.
Not much that can be done except wait till he is back.
Well that sucks  Undecided do they only have one IT guy?

"They"? Lol.

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May 18, 2013, 05:06:35 AM
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I'm new to BitFunder and because I'm a man I didn't read all the directions before trying to transfer BTC to my account. Only after they failed to appear in my account did I start digging and found I was supposed to use WeExchange. Any idea where those BTC went?
Where did you send the BTCs to? Where did you find that address?

It was the "public address" on my profile.
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May 18, 2013, 05:07:59 AM
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I'm new to BitFunder and because I'm a man I didn't read all the directions before trying to transfer BTC to my account. Only after they failed to appear in my account did I start digging and found I was supposed to use WeExchange. Any idea where those BTC went?
Where did you send the BTCs to? Where did you find that address?

It was the "public address" on my profile.
That should be your address. You should have control of it.

If you have put someone else's address that you do not have control over, as your public address, then... well..
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May 18, 2013, 05:09:51 AM
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I'm new to BitFunder and because I'm a man I didn't read all the directions before trying to transfer BTC to my account. Only after they failed to appear in my account did I start digging and found I was supposed to use WeExchange. Any idea where those BTC went?
Where did you send the BTCs to? Where did you find that address?

It was the "public address" on my profile.
That should be your address. You should have control of it.

If you have put someone else's address that you do not have control over, as your public address, then... well..

Well that's comforting at least. But how do I access it? Any ideas?
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May 18, 2013, 05:11:50 AM
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YOU should know how to access it. You entered this address when signing up.
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May 18, 2013, 05:35:19 AM
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YOU should know how to access it. You entered this address when signing up.

Ohhhh...got it. Guess I should have checked all my wallets. Thanks.
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May 18, 2013, 12:44:07 PM
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YOU should know how to access it. You entered this address when signing up.

Ohhhh...got it. Guess I should have checked all my wallets. Thanks.


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May 20, 2013, 03:28:40 AM
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Some recent change seems to have changed something so that if you have graphs disabled you can't access any tabs other than the trade one for securities.  e.g. you can't look at trade history, options etc.  It was fine until maybe a week ago - then broke.  If I re-enable graphs then all tabs work - if I disable graphs then it stops working again.
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May 20, 2013, 06:15:14 AM
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Some recent change seems to have changed something so that if you have graphs disabled you can't access any tabs other than the trade one for securities.  e.g. you can't look at trade history, options etc.  It was fine until maybe a week ago - then broke.  If I re-enable graphs then all tabs work - if I disable graphs then it stops working again.

It's because the Javascript crashes cause Highcharts (the charting software) isn't defined. Roll Eyes
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May 20, 2013, 11:30:55 AM
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The dashboard button returns a news page???
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May 22, 2013, 02:54:41 AM
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Interesting thing with BitPride:

Shares Total   50,000,000
Shares Issued   50,000,052

Seems somehow the number of shares in circulation is rising above the number that actually exist.  Is there some wierd bug where shares are getting created from nothing or duplicated during transfers or something?

If you look at their dividend history it shows number of shares slowly creeping up above 50 million.
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May 22, 2013, 03:21:04 AM
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Interesting thing with BitPride:

Shares Total   50,000,000
Shares Issued   50,000,052

Seems somehow the number of shares in circulation is rising above the number that actually exist.  Is there some wierd bug where shares are getting created from nothing or duplicated during transfers or something?

If you look at their dividend history it shows number of shares slowly creeping up above 50 million.

Ahhh, that was the final thing I needed to track down a display bug.
There was an issue with number displays with multiple accounts using the same btc address.

Everything should be good now. Smiley
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May 24, 2013, 03:23:53 AM
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I have some Fiat.CAD in my bitfunder account.
When I try to withdraw it back to WeExchange it says "Nothing To Withdraw".
I tried selling them for bitcoin but there is zero volume in the last few weeks.

I sent in support ticket two weeks ago but haven't received a reply.
I've also PM'd Ukyo but he hasn't responded yet.

Any suggestions on how to either convert the CAD into bitcoin or just
withdraw the CAD back to my bank account?

Perhaps the ability to deposit fiat into bitfunder should be disabled
unless you can actually buy something with it.  Wink

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May 26, 2013, 01:20:45 PM
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Some recent change seems to have changed something so that if you have graphs disabled you can't access any tabs other than the trade one for securities.  e.g. you can't look at trade history, options etc.  It was fine until maybe a week ago - then broke.  If I re-enable graphs then all tabs work - if I disable graphs then it stops working again.

It's because the Javascript crashes cause Highcharts (the charting software) isn't defined. Roll Eyes

It looks like this has sort of been mentioned before, but BitFunder crashes Safari on my iPad nearly every time. Whenever I go to view/trade a particular asset, it first hangs while loading, the charts never quite appear and then Safari completely crashes.

While I don't really expect you to make every browser on every device work perfectly with your wonderful web site, could you at least make *mine* work?   Cheesy

Well, anyway, thank you for giving me the option to disable the charts in settings.

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May 26, 2013, 02:32:09 PM
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Some recent change seems to have changed something so that if you have graphs disabled you can't access any tabs other than the trade one for securities.  e.g. you can't look at trade history, options etc.  It was fine until maybe a week ago - then broke.  If I re-enable graphs then all tabs work - if I disable graphs then it stops working again.

It's because the Javascript crashes cause Highcharts (the charting software) isn't defined. Roll Eyes

It looks like this has sort of been mentioned before, but BitFunder crashes Safari on my iPad nearly every time. Whenever I go to view/trade a particular asset, it first hangs while loading, the charts never quite appear and then Safari completely crashes.

While I don't really expect you to make every browser on every device work perfectly with your wonderful web site, could you at least make *mine* work?   Cheesy

Well, anyway, thank you for giving me the option to disable the charts in settings.


Ditto here on my Android phone.

I would also like the 24hr and 48hr highs and lows to update correctly.

Edit: would be nice to see the option fee displayed in the options panels, as well as the strike price, so you dont have to navigate to 'Transactions'.
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May 26, 2013, 04:33:40 PM
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Hello,

WeExchange had an unusual issue with Bitcoind being connected to peers and not accepting updates.
This basically left it isolated and was not getting new block data or passing withdraws into the network.

Was this an attack? No. It only connects to a set of peers that we specify. The peers were not at fault.
A system was setup to monitor for block desync and correct for it and notify someone.

Has WeExchange been hacked? No
Are all the funds in the hot/cold wallet safe? Yes

The same Bitcoin TXN id's that were given to users at time of withdraw (And is available by clicking the withdraw details button),
which never appeared in the network have now appeared.

I apologize for this interruption, and it will be monitored.


I haven't come across a single person who has had anything positive to say about WeExchange and I've spoken to numerous people who have flat out refused to create an account. It's time to realise that the baby is dead and remove it from you teat. It's just damaging your credibility at this point.
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May 26, 2013, 06:58:34 PM
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Hello,

WeExchange had an unusual issue with Bitcoind being connected to peers and not accepting updates.
This basically left it isolated and was not getting new block data or passing withdraws into the network.

Was this an attack? No. It only connects to a set of peers that we specify. The peers were not at fault.
A system was setup to monitor for block desync and correct for it and notify someone.

Has WeExchange been hacked? No
Are all the funds in the hot/cold wallet safe? Yes

The same Bitcoin TXN id's that were given to users at time of withdraw (And is available by clicking the withdraw details button),
which never appeared in the network have now appeared.

I apologize for this interruption, and it will be monitored.


I haven't come across a single person who has had anything positive to say about WeExchange and I've spoken to numerous people who have flat out refused to create an account. It's time to realise that the baby is dead and remove it from you teat. It's just damaging your credibility at this point.

Whats the negative criticism?
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May 26, 2013, 08:56:10 PM
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Hello,

WeExchange had an unusual issue with Bitcoind being connected to peers and not accepting updates.
This basically left it isolated and was not getting new block data or passing withdraws into the network.

Was this an attack? No. It only connects to a set of peers that we specify. The peers were not at fault.
A system was setup to monitor for block desync and correct for it and notify someone.

Has WeExchange been hacked? No
Are all the funds in the hot/cold wallet safe? Yes

The same Bitcoin TXN id's that were given to users at time of withdraw (And is available by clicking the withdraw details button),
which never appeared in the network have now appeared.

I apologize for this interruption, and it will be monitored.


I haven't come across a single person who has had anything positive to say about WeExchange and I've spoken to numerous people who have flat out refused to create an account. It's time to realise that the baby is dead and remove it from you teat. It's just damaging your credibility at this point.

Whats the negative criticism?

Basically the personal details required by WeExchange is mostly what I've heard people complaining about. I've heard a couple of complaints about coins not showing up in accounts and a few about requiring an extra service in the first place. Those who refused to sign up also claimed it was because of the personal details and that the site looked "sketchy" and seemed even "sketchier" when they received generic error messages.
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May 26, 2013, 09:04:22 PM
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There is no reason for Weexchange to be a required funding source by BitFunder. It takes them over 12 hours just to send you an email to verify your account. Their customer support is basically non-existent. This is the main reason I prefer BTC-TC over BitFunder, and I am sure that I am not the only one.
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May 27, 2013, 12:02:28 AM
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There is no reason for Weexchange to be a required funding source by BitFunder. It takes them over 12 hours just to send you an email to verify your account. Their customer support is basically non-existent. This is the main reason I prefer BTC-TC over BitFunder, and I am sure that I am not the only one.

I agree on this. Weexchange just makes it harder to use BF, for no added functionality.

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