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Author Topic: [ANN]★CryptoBridge★BCO★🔹Decentralized EXchange 📈RELEASED NOW BETA🔹  (Read 62840 times)
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December 02, 2017, 08:06:42 AM
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how do I add new coins to the exchange

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December 02, 2017, 08:58:28 AM
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I do not think there is much risk while staking BCO.
Seems a lot of crypto-lovers chosen staking (like me Smiley ) and a lot of coins will go out of the circulation, for a longer while.
This means less selling pressure in coming months. .... well, I suppose so....
Dev team is active, determined and going step by step to success, which is most important.

Yes, I see BCO is listed at Bitafex, but not much trading there, is completely fresh exchange.
I think, majority of BCO trading will be concentrated at CryptoBridge.

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Still CryptoBridge do not support Ethereum based ERC-20 tokens.
Maybe, when they start accepting, we will see Passive Coin listed at CryptoBridge.  Cool Tongue Smiley

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December 02, 2017, 10:53:41 AM
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Well this is exciting glad to see a new exchange listed!

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December 02, 2017, 05:01:36 PM
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Did CryptoBridge authorize you listing them on your exchange? I suppose in crypto exchanges can list any coins they want since permission is not explicitly needed.
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December 02, 2017, 09:45:42 PM
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Blockchain stuck for more then 12h that don't look like healthy blockchain.
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December 03, 2017, 09:40:56 AM
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I'm another nagger vouching for Solaris XLR Grin

Is there a voting system for coins to be listed or something to that effect ?

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December 03, 2017, 11:00:32 AM
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If you get a weird error when attempting to stake, make sure the amount you are staking is less than your total minus the staking cost. For example if you're trying to stake all 100 of your coins, you can't. You can stake 100-27 (staking fee)=73 coins available for staking. Those are rounded numbers for all of it but this should help you understand what I'm saying.
Is staking fee that much? From your analysis, that's about 30% of amount you intend staking.

Fee is fixed at 27.3142665 BCO regardless amount to be staked or the period of staking. I think they want to encourage larger amounts to be staked.

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December 03, 2017, 01:37:59 PM
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If you get a weird error when attempting to stake, make sure the amount you are staking is less than your total minus the staking cost. For example if you're trying to stake all 100 of your coins, you can't. You can stake 100-27 (staking fee)=73 coins available for staking. Those are rounded numbers for all of it but this should help you understand what I'm saying.
Is staking fee that much? From your analysis, that's about 30% of amount you intend staking.

Fee is fixed at 27.3142665 BCO regardless amount to be staked or the period of staking. I think they want to encourage larger amounts to be staked.

Definitely! I calculated a bit and after that, I came to the conclusion that even with 1000 bco it isn't worth the risk for staking one year for the reward. I really like the exchange but the staking fee makes it very uninteresting for little amounts. So accumulate a lot and wait if the volume picks massively up or just use it as a trading platform.
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December 03, 2017, 02:41:18 PM
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If you get a weird error when attempting to stake, make sure the amount you are staking is less than your total minus the staking cost. For example if you're trying to stake all 100 of your coins, you can't. You can stake 100-27 (staking fee)=73 coins available for staking. Those are rounded numbers for all of it but this should help you understand what I'm saying.
Is staking fee that much? From your analysis, that's about 30% of amount you intend staking.

Fee is fixed at 27.3142665 BCO regardless amount to be staked or the period of staking. I think they want to encourage larger amounts to be staked.

Definitely! I calculated a bit and after that, I came to the conclusion that even with 1000 bco it isn't worth the risk for staking one year for the reward. I really like the exchange but the staking fee makes it very uninteresting for little amounts. So accumulate a lot and wait if the volume picks massively up or just use it as a trading platform.

Now you tell me Cheesy, anyway, what was your risk assessment regarding lifetime membership if I may ask ?

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December 03, 2017, 02:52:01 PM
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The fee is bts, this fee belongs to bitshare it is equivalent to 61 bts. This fee will be reduced when bco increases
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December 03, 2017, 02:59:43 PM
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The fee is bts, this fee belongs to bitshare it is equivalent to 61 bts. This fee will be reduced when bco increases

I am not sure to whom you are responding, but lifetime membership is 1,541.95703 BTS

Activating lifetime membership on cryptobridge automatically reflected on open ledger as well, so I concur that it relates to the underlying bitshares ecosystem

Are you saying that lifetime membership will decrease or that the BCO staking fee on cryptobridge will be reduced ? Which fee is 61 bts at the moment ?

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December 03, 2017, 05:34:06 PM
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If you get a weird error when attempting to stake, make sure the amount you are staking is less than your total minus the staking cost. For example if you're trying to stake all 100 of your coins, you can't. You can stake 100-27 (staking fee)=73 coins available for staking. Those are rounded numbers for all of it but this should help you understand what I'm saying.
Is staking fee that much? From your analysis, that's about 30% of amount you intend staking.

Fee is fixed at 27.3142665 BCO regardless amount to be staked or the period of staking. I think they want to encourage larger amounts to be staked.

Definitely! I calculated a bit and after that, I came to the conclusion that even with 1000 bco it isn't worth the risk for staking one year for the reward. I really like the exchange but the staking fee makes it very uninteresting for little amounts. So accumulate a lot and wait if the volume picks massively up or just use it as a trading platform.

Now you tell me Cheesy, anyway, what was your risk assessment regarding lifetime membership if I may ask ?

I calculated with the 27.3142665 BCO for each staking position. Not sure if there are other possibilities. I calculated with 1 million daily volume and 10 million bco are staked. I love passive income so if something new comes up to my equation I may going to stake.
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December 03, 2017, 08:18:26 PM
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is the chain stuck or something? wat the fak
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December 03, 2017, 08:38:13 PM
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Started staking the lot of mine for the next six month to a year! I'm excited so far BCO is a huge sleeper at 4k sats and plenty of room to grow in 2018...If BTC would stop stealing all the thunder!  Cheesy Cheesy

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December 03, 2017, 09:44:21 PM
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If you get a weird error when attempting to stake, make sure the amount you are staking is less than your total minus the staking cost. For example if you're trying to stake all 100 of your coins, you can't. You can stake 100-27 (staking fee)=73 coins available for staking. Those are rounded numbers for all of it but this should help you understand what I'm saying.
Is staking fee that much? From your analysis, that's about 30% of amount you intend staking.

Fee is fixed at 27.3142665 BCO regardless amount to be staked or the period of staking. I think they want to encourage larger amounts to be staked.

Definitely! I calculated a bit and after that, I came to the conclusion that even with 1000 bco it isn't worth the risk for staking one year for the reward. I really like the exchange but the staking fee makes it very uninteresting for little amounts. So accumulate a lot and wait if the volume picks massively up or just use it as a trading platform.

Now you tell me Cheesy, anyway, what was your risk assessment regarding lifetime membership if I may ask ?

I calculated with the 27.3142665 BCO for each staking position. Not sure if there are other possibilities. I calculated with 1 million daily volume and 10 million bco are staked. I love passive income so if something new comes up to my equation I may going to stake.

Open Ledger is already currently at $1,711,294 USD, to be honest I did not do all my homework so I don't know which will be more popular between Open Ledger DEX and Bridgecoin (which is at $30,002 USD with current beta). So I take it you did not take lifelong membership ?

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December 04, 2017, 06:11:15 AM
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The fee is bts, this fee belongs to bitshare it is equivalent to 61 bts. This fee will be reduced when bco increases

I am not sure to whom you are responding, but lifetime membership is 1,541.95703 BTS

Activating lifetime membership on cryptobridge automatically reflected on open ledger as well, so I concur that it relates to the underlying bitshares ecosystem

Are you saying that lifetime membership will decrease or that the BCO staking fee on cryptobridge will be reduced ? Which fee is 61 bts at the moment ?

It's the fee to create a vesting balance in bitshares. You can see the bitshares fee schedule at https://cryptofresh.com/fees. I have a lifetime membership in bitshares and staked some BCO, so 80% of the BCO I paid in fees was converted to BTS and returned to my account as BTS in the form of a vesting balance.
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December 04, 2017, 10:52:26 AM
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Announcing BridgeCoin update 1.0.3 - HARD FORK

We've detected an offset in coin calculation, which would result the number of coins to be larger than 27 million. As we would like to keep the initially promised number of coins, we've decided to modify the blockchain consensus code, which will result in a hard-fork for all nodes using client version older than 1.0.3.

The consensus change only affects coins possibly mined after (and including) block 166954 (estimated time - November 28-29, 2017). All coins mined before that block are and will remain safe.

Again we urge all users, mining pool operators and exchanges to upgrade ASAP or at least before block 166954 in order to avoid disruption. All the nodes behind DEX and our seed nodes have already been upgraded.
If you are not using bridgecoin-qt client, you are not affected. If you're only using the CryptoBridge client you are not affected as well.

Downloads and links to github source code are available at https://bridgecoin.org/#three

I've missed this update and am running QT Wallet. Now displaying "No block source available". Any help very appreciated.
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December 04, 2017, 12:19:05 PM
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Backup your wallet.dat, remove your .bridgecoin (or %APPDATA%/Bridgecoin) folder and re-sync from scratch. Once synced, copy the original wallet.dat back into the projects.

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December 04, 2017, 01:00:38 PM
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Backup your wallet.dat, remove your .bridgecoin (or %APPDATA%/Bridgecoin) folder and re-sync from scratch. Once synced, copy the original wallet.dat back into the projects.

Yes that did it!  Thanks a lot! 
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December 04, 2017, 01:50:48 PM
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Still CryptoBridge do not support Ethereum based ERC-20 tokens.
Maybe, when they start accepting, we will see Passive Coin listed at CryptoBridge.  Cool Tongue Smiley

I think ERC-20 support will be huge for the exchange.
Etherdelta is not quite user-friendly.
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