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February 24, 2016, 11:52:31 PM
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Freebieservers is proud to bring back the Secure Asset Exchange in a new variant. With the back end of the project being made open sourced by the former dev (kushti), the project has been waiting upon new leadership to take it further and capitalize upon the decentralized asset exchange while ensuring value additions are made.  The new SAE shall be run by the name of "Barter" and aim to create a cross currency asset exchange platform that allows for individuals to buy assets from other currencies, conduct asset to asset trades and initiate exchanges without reliance upon external exchanges. It will also enable new businesses to raise funds from the community, and ensure new members of the community have a user intuitive platform for raising of funds and purchase of assets.


Project objectives.

Bringing back the SAE to its former variant - with a new front end and server. This is the main objective, and the project will be launched with the same functionality SAE had.
Add cross currency asset exchange with support for Btc, Eth and Nxt
Enable on-platform cross currency exchange
Enable Asset to Asset exchange
Create a user friendly platform for businesses and investors to interact with each other.
Project deadlines
Integration of new front end and v1 launch- 14th March 2016
Integration of cross currency exchange - 21 March 2016
Additional features to make the project a kick-starter hybrid - 7th April 2016


Asset details

Assets issued : 100,000
Asset Price : 20 Nxt each.
Assets Represent a total of 40 percent of profit in the project.
Profits will be derived from deposits, withdrawals and trades conducted on the platform.
Asset id : 16345606434139628711
Asset name : BarterFS


Mile-stones.

We'll begin work on v1 of the project which will be a basic iteration on hitting 250,000 Nxt (12,500 assets sold)
Further additions will be made contingent on how the assets get sold .
If we don't successfully raise the required funds, I'll do a refund of the funds raised.


Former projects :
1. Sharebits.io
2. Gamebet.gg
3. Freebieservers.com

I've worked with some pretty shitty people.
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February 25, 2016, 03:11:25 AM
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delete the thread.  Apparently this is a colossal cluster fuck and has been cancelled.

Ridiculous.
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February 25, 2016, 06:46:46 AM
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delete the thread.  Apparently this is a colossal cluster fuck and has been cancelled.

Ridiculous.

Uh no.
This isn't the one in partnership with coinomat.

I've worked with some pretty shitty people.
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February 25, 2016, 09:04:46 AM
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delete the thread.  Apparently this is a colossal cluster fuck and has been cancelled.

Ridiculous.

Uh no.
This isn't the one in partnership with coinomat.
my bad
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February 25, 2016, 09:21:47 AM
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delete the thread.  Apparently this is a colossal cluster fuck and has been cancelled.

Ridiculous.

Uh no.
This isn't the one in partnership with coinomat.
my bad

No issues.

I've worked with some pretty shitty people.
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