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Author Topic: [BitFunder] Asset Exchange Marketplace + Rewritable Options Trading  (Read 129236 times)
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September 26, 2013, 06:28:18 AM
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It takes ages to withdraw money from WeExchange. Could you introduce a field where the user can set the network fee?

Funny, withdrawing BTC was always within 20 mins for me.
Are you talking about fiat withdrawals?
I don't think the user can decide what network fee to pay on fiat, that's decided on another level.
So no, I'm not talking about fiat withdrawals.
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September 26, 2013, 06:33:27 AM
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Unfortunately the transaction fee can only be set as a default to all transfers.

We are working on a custom solution that will be released in the future that will help with this.

-Ukyo
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September 26, 2013, 06:45:53 AM
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Hi Ukyo,


Weexchange worked well but is not censured in China. Is there any idea on how to get funds out of BF for people living in China or is it a lost cause ?


Best,


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September 26, 2013, 03:15:42 PM
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Today I've added support to keep track of your BitFunder securities to CryptFolio (thread). This helps you keep track of the value of your securities over time, and generates reports (such as your overall USD net worth).

As part of this, I've also added historical graphs for all BitFunder securities, although it will take a few days to get any meaningful data :-)

CryptFolio tracks your securities values by using your Public Bitcoin Address and scanning the Public Asset List for matching securities. It's actually quite a clever way to track security values. However it would be nice if a BitFunder GetBalance API was released, so that I can also track wallet balances as well. Is there any ETA to its public release?
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September 26, 2013, 03:18:23 PM
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Unfortunately the transaction fee can only be set as a default to all transfers.

We are working on a custom solution that will be released in the future that will help with this.

-Ukyo
Could you then go ahead and set a default fee? I'm once again waiting for withdrawal.
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September 26, 2013, 07:27:09 PM
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Today I've added support to keep track of your BitFunder securities to CryptFolio (thread). This helps you keep track of the value of your securities over time, and generates reports (such as your overall USD net worth).

As part of this, I've also added historical graphs for all BitFunder securities, although it will take a few days to get any meaningful data :-)

CryptFolio tracks your securities values by using your Public Bitcoin Address and scanning the Public Asset List for matching securities. It's actually quite a clever way to track security values. However it would be nice if a BitFunder GetBalance API was released, so that I can also track wallet balances as well. Is there any ETA to its public release?

The API exists and will hopefully be released to the public "soon".
Many beta testers already have access. I try my best to not hand out unfinished products that still need testing until they are ready as best as I can.

Could you then go ahead and set a default fee? I'm once again waiting for withdrawal.

This would effect all users including those who do not wish to pay a fee.
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September 26, 2013, 07:33:48 PM
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Today I've added support to keep track of your BitFunder securities to CryptFolio (thread). This helps you keep track of the value of your securities over time, and generates reports (such as your overall USD net worth).

As part of this, I've also added historical graphs for all BitFunder securities, although it will take a few days to get any meaningful data :-)

CryptFolio tracks your securities values by using your Public Bitcoin Address and scanning the Public Asset List for matching securities. It's actually quite a clever way to track security values. However it would be nice if a BitFunder GetBalance API was released, so that I can also track wallet balances as well. Is there any ETA to its public release?

The API exists and will hopefully be released to the public "soon".
Many beta testers already have access. I try my best to not hand out unfinished products that still need testing until they are ready as best as I can.


Is there a way to become a beta tester? I've beta-tested software before so I'm accustomed to things being unfinished / buggy.
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September 27, 2013, 02:24:46 PM
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Please don't allow Labcoin to be listed on BitFunder, I believe they pose an legal risk to the long term future of BitFunder.
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September 27, 2013, 04:24:38 PM
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Please don't allow Labcoin to be listed on BitFunder, I believe they pose an legal risk to the long term future of BitFunder.
Please do allow it unless you have good evidence of that. There are people on the Labcoin thread claiming that btc-tc was brought down singularly because it hosted Labcoin, and spreading rumors that are harmful to bitcoin generally. If they are lying to destroy a security, then letting them win will encourage such behavior in the future.

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September 27, 2013, 06:20:20 PM
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Please don't allow Labcoin to be listed on BitFunder, I believe they pose an legal risk to the long term future of BitFunder.

That legal threat is already there. AFAK, all the securities being traded there are unregistered, and offered to US public. Thats illegal under US law (almost certainly the same applies to EU and pretty much everywhere else), there are no 2 ways about it.
The securities potentially being scams, I dont really see what extra legal threat that may incur for anyone other than the issuers.

Also, the idea that an exchange should be responsible for weeding out scams is ludicrous. An exchange doesnt have the incentive (scams make them money too), doesnt have the authority, probably doesnt have the know how.  It would just create a false sense of security.

I would however, encourage exchanges to require asset issuers to prove their identity so at the very least legal action can be taken if things go sour.
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September 27, 2013, 06:36:11 PM
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Please do allow it unless you have good evidence of that. There are people on the Labcoin thread claiming that btc-tc was brought down singularly because it hosted Labcoin, and spreading rumors that are harmful to bitcoin generally. If they are lying to destroy a security, then letting them win will encourage such behavior in the future.

Let me phrase it this way: I've never seen so many attempts (dozens of sockpuppets, faked announcements, man in the middle attacks etc.) to create an effect on the market. Labcoin has both operational as well as technical problems, but I'm pretty sure it's no full blown scam.

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September 27, 2013, 07:07:18 PM
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Please do allow it unless you have good evidence of that. There are people on the Labcoin thread claiming that btc-tc was brought down singularly because it hosted Labcoin, and spreading rumors that are harmful to bitcoin generally. If they are lying to destroy a security, then letting them win will encourage such behavior in the future.

Let me phrase it this way: I've never seen so many attempts (dozens of sockpuppets, faked announcements, man in the middle attacks etc.) to create an effect on the market. Labcoin has both operational as well as technical problems, but I'm pretty sure it's no full blown scam.

I don't think they are a scam but they do mislead their investors and there is the potential that an amatuer investor was burned by Labcoin, went to the SEC and started an investigation. Any security that lies to its shareholders should not be listed scam or no scam. Report honest news or don't report news at all. Lying ruins it for everyone.

Im not trying to manipulate the market, I just don't want to see BitFunder go the way of BTC-TC.
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September 28, 2013, 08:54:18 AM
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Hi Ukyo,


Weexchange worked well but is not censured in China. Is there any idea on how to get funds out of BF for people living in China or is it a lost cause ?


Best,


Dropthebass
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September 28, 2013, 11:53:37 AM
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Hi Ukyo,


Weexchange worked well but is not censured in China. Is there any idea on how to get funds out of BF for people living in China or is it a lost cause ?


If it is not censured then what is the problem? Or are you saying that it is censured?

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September 28, 2013, 03:45:41 PM
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Is now censured* sorry about that. Thanks for the proof reading Smiley
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September 28, 2013, 05:29:09 PM
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Is now censured* sorry about that. Thanks for the proof reading Smiley

What about TOR or VPNs? Doesn't that work?

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September 30, 2013, 09:38:35 AM
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Is there anybody not invested in Labcoin that actually believes it's a good idea that they be allowed on BF?

If so, what is your reasoning?
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September 30, 2013, 10:20:41 AM
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Is now censured* sorry about that. Thanks for the proof reading Smiley

Gimme your login credentials and I'll help you  Grin Roll Eyes
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September 30, 2013, 10:36:57 AM
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Gimme your login credentials and I'll help you  Grin Roll Eyes

I wouldn't suggest it. Smiley
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September 30, 2013, 10:58:16 AM
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Is there anybody not invested in Labcoin that actually believes it's a good idea that they be allowed on BF?

If so, what is your reasoning?
It's Ukyo's call, it's non of your business.
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