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Author Topic: [CRYPTO-TRADE] Crypto-trade.com IPO and official thread!  (Read 170566 times)
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March 15, 2013, 11:46:03 AM
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Someone please give neotrix a dictionary on what trolling means Smiley

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March 15, 2013, 11:52:26 AM
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Someone please give neotrix a dictionary on what trolling means Smiley

Trolling, fake accusations, or whatever...You got my point anyway...

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March 15, 2013, 11:56:04 AM
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Someone please give neotrix a dictionary on what trolling means Smiley

Trolling, fake accusations, or whatever...You got my point anyway...
I made my comments regarding the security before the IPO, and I made a mistake where I thought you violated the ESECURITYSABTC contract. Which I immediately retracted after someone pointed it out.

It'd be fake accusations if I'm still accusing you instead of making a mistake and apologizing.

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March 15, 2013, 12:00:57 PM
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Someone please give neotrix a dictionary on what trolling means Smiley

Trolling, fake accusations, or whatever...You got my point anyway...
I made my comments regarding the security before the IPO, and I made a mistake where I thought you violated the ESECURITYSABTC contract. Which I immediately retracted after someone pointed it out.

It'd be fake accusations if I'm still accusing you instead of making a mistake and apologizing.

Ok well life continu...

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March 15, 2013, 12:32:48 PM
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Design of cryto-trade.com demo has been modified for better efficiency an faster load.

Check it by yourself  Smiley : https://crypto-trade.com/demo

This is the definitive design of the website. (only logo will be changed)
The definitive LOGO will be updated in next days. Coding is mainly done and a test priod will come soon as planned.

More info coming soon.


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March 15, 2013, 02:11:48 PM
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The design is very nice, but I do wish it didn't have the same borderitis as BTCT. I assume Burnside is helping with this?
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March 15, 2013, 02:46:59 PM
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The design is very nice, but I do wish it didn't have the same borderitis as BTCT. I assume Burnside is helping with this?

Burnside dont work or isnt involved in this project, and his website isn't took as model to make crypto-trade website.

What you mean exactly by Borderitis?

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March 15, 2013, 03:03:57 PM
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It's a design concept where sometimes a designer gets trapped into the desire to put everything in a box and/or border. If you step back and imagine ways to remove most of the visible borders, and as many boxes within boxes as you can, you would then be "curing" borderitis.

Borderitis stems from methodical approach to placing content, and eschews the goal of "less is more". It also comes from old school table-based web design habits.

More here: http://www.usabilitypost.com/2010/07/23/a-mild-case-of-borderitis/
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March 15, 2013, 03:19:27 PM
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It's a design concept where sometimes a designer gets trapped into the desire to put everything in a box and/or border. If you step back and imagine ways to remove most of the visible borders, and as many boxes within boxes as you can, you would then be "curing" borderitis.

Borderitis stems from methodical approach to placing content, and eschews the goal of "less is more". It also comes from old school table-based web design habits.

More here: http://www.usabilitypost.com/2010/07/23/a-mild-case-of-borderitis/

Ok I got it. As said Burnside isnt involved and the designer who restyled the previous design is designing like this all his designs. Personnaly I like and it seems most feebacks I got show ppl love better this one.

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March 15, 2013, 03:25:57 PM
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It's a design concept where sometimes a designer gets trapped into the desire to put everything in a box and/or border. If you step back and imagine ways to remove most of the visible borders, and as many boxes within boxes as you can, you would then be "curing" borderitis.

Borderitis stems from methodical approach to placing content, and eschews the goal of "less is more". It also comes from old school table-based web design habits.

More here: http://www.usabilitypost.com/2010/07/23/a-mild-case-of-borderitis/

Ok I got it. As said Burnside isnt involved and the designer who restyled the previous design is designing like this all his designs. Personnaly I like and it seems most feebacks I got show ppl love better this one.

I also think it looks great, but it can always look better!  Cool

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March 15, 2013, 03:31:36 PM
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It's a design concept where sometimes a designer gets trapped into the desire to put everything in a box and/or border. If you step back and imagine ways to remove most of the visible borders, and as many boxes within boxes as you can, you would then be "curing" borderitis.

Borderitis stems from methodical approach to placing content, and eschews the goal of "less is more". It also comes from old school table-based web design habits.

More here: http://www.usabilitypost.com/2010/07/23/a-mild-case-of-borderitis/

Ok I got it. As said Burnside isnt involved and the designer who restyled the previous design is designing like this all his designs. Personnaly I like and it seems most feebacks I got show ppl love better this one.

I also think it looks great, but it can always look better!  Cool



Yeah that's true too  Grin

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March 15, 2013, 10:55:51 PM
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but I do wish it didn't have the same borderitis as BTCT.


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March 24, 2013, 01:28:02 AM
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any update on the project and current IPO? I can see that only 290 BTC shares and 519 LTC shares have been sold so far out of the first 2 batches of 10k each. shames cause it's seems to be a nice project, there's really a need of a better exchange out there. Maybe you should reconsider the public offer like halving the price Smiley
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March 24, 2013, 10:42:54 AM
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any update on the project and current IPO? I can see that only 290 BTC shares and 519 LTC shares have been sold so far out of the first 2 batches of 10k each. shames cause it's seems to be a nice project, there's really a need of a better exchange out there. Maybe you should reconsider the public offer like halving the price Smiley

The project is in preparation and test. The sales of shares isnt related to the developpement and won't stop us to bring this new website online. As said we could run the website selling only 1% finally to the public that's not a problem.

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March 24, 2013, 08:16:47 PM
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how are these new shares issued by the way? are they offered on the exchange? I can see 0.20 offer for BTC shares in 9710, which leaves no doubt it's part of the first batch, but not much in LTC, just 500 at 0.23... is that you? wound't the LTC shares change continuosly due to ltc/btc exchange rate?
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March 24, 2013, 11:33:01 PM
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how are these new shares issued by the way? are they offered on the exchange? I can see 0.20 offer for BTC shares in 9710, which leaves no doubt it's part of the first batch, but not much in LTC, just 500 at 0.23... is that you? wound't the LTC shares change continuosly due to ltc/btc exchange rate?

That's why he only puts a small batch up - in case the exchange-rate suddenly moves.  Issuers have to do that if they sell shares valued in a currency other than the one listed in - or they risk not raising the desired funds if the exchange-rate moves unfavourably and someone buys up before they can update the order.
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March 25, 2013, 12:39:22 AM
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Indeed, I snagged some of these shares for well below face value with some lucky timing.
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March 25, 2013, 06:24:11 PM
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how are these new shares issued by the way? are they offered on the exchange? I can see 0.20 offer for BTC shares in 9710, which leaves no doubt it's part of the first batch, but not much in LTC, just 500 at 0.23... is that you? wound't the LTC shares change continuosly due to ltc/btc exchange rate?

That's why he only puts a small batch up - in case the exchange-rate suddenly moves.  Issuers have to do that if they sell shares valued in a currency other than the one listed in - or they risk not raising the desired funds if the exchange-rate moves unfavourably and someone buys up before they can update the order.

Yes right, I'm trying to change price 10 or more time daily to reflect at best possible the rate btc/ltc.

Indeed, I snagged some of these shares for well below face value with some lucky timing.

Nice and lucky, yes shares in LTC is subject to high variation in the price due the high variation of ltc/btc price recently.


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April 01, 2013, 06:36:00 AM
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Seems there already have been several trading platforms are doing IPO here......

Anyway I purchased quite amount of your shares, although it seems yours are not a big seller. I prefer a "trading" platform, which means there are both buyer and seller at the platform at the same time, not simply some kind of exchange agency. BTC industry should embrace the spirit of FREEDOM at every single stage, including mining, trading, transaction.....

Hope you have a successful future.
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