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November 26, 2013, 07:49:17 PM
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I'm really sorry about the bug with this gif :/

No problem at all comboy.  Anyone that really wanted to block the gif could have done it using adblock.

Yeah really - really really really thank you for your service! Really great work! Keep up, we need you Smiley

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November 28, 2013, 10:15:27 AM
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I think that we all should start to talk about mBTC (millibitcoin) instead of BTC, in order to continue Bitcoin adoption. What do you think about it?

In my opinion, it would be a very good change in bitcoinity.org/markets... The price would be 1,08 USD/mBTC. Wink
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November 28, 2013, 10:27:00 AM
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I think that we all should start to talk about mBTC (millibitcoin) instead of BTC, in order to continue Bitcoin adoption. What do you think about it?

In my opinion, it would be a very good change in bitcoinity.org/markets... The price would be 1,08 USD/mBTC. Wink

This feature request gets my vote too, just have it as an option under preferences so as not to annoy the traditionalists too much Smiley
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November 28, 2013, 10:37:47 AM
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Please quote prices in mBTC, not BTC. BTC is a thing of the past, we need to adopt mBTC. Bitcoinity.org is very influential, please be the leader!

At the moment of writing:

Mtgox $1.092
Bitstamp $0.978
BTC-e $0.898

This should be by default, as bitcoin newbies would be unlikely to change the default.
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November 28, 2013, 10:40:36 AM
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I think that we all should start to talk about mBTC (millibitcoin) instead of BTC, in order to continue Bitcoin adoption. What do you think about it?

In my opinion, it would be a very good change in bitcoinity.org/markets... The price would be 1,08 USD/mBTC. Wink

This feature request gets my vote too, just have it as an option under preferences so as not to annoy the traditionalists too much Smiley


Ok, it could be just an option, but in my opinion it should be the default option. People who know Bitcoin right now see "1080 USD" and they get scared. Smiley

(I hope you understand me, I'm not a very good English speaker)
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November 28, 2013, 12:19:26 PM
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I prefer normal BTC... I also dont get the point why exchanges should show mBTC?

Just because its high?
Does Dow Jones use mPoints? (16.097,33) oder the DAX(9.382,77)?

I don't get the point, why you should spread confusion...
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November 28, 2013, 12:36:08 PM
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I prefer normal BTC... I also dont get the point why exchanges should show mBTC?

Just because its high?
Does Dow Jones use mPoints? (16.097,33) oder the DAX(9.382,77)?

I don't get the point, why you should spread confusion...

People want to buy 1 unit of something, and a lot of them think: "I can't afford 1 bitcoin!", because they don't even imagine that they can buy just "0,023 BTC". Many people don't like decimal numbers.

It's much more easy to use mBTC. ¿How much is a coffee, 0,001 BTC? Most people prefer to say "1 mBTC", is just more natural.

This is not an index, this is not "Dow Jones". This has to be a coin that people use everyday in their local shops.

We all say "3 mm" when we are talking about a small thing, instead of "0,003 m". Using mm or mBTC is the natural option.
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November 28, 2013, 02:11:19 PM
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I prefer normal BTC... I also dont get the point why exchanges should show mBTC?

Just because its high?
Does Dow Jones use mPoints? (16.097,33) oder the DAX(9.382,77)?

I don't get the point, why you should spread confusion...

People want to buy 1 unit of something, and a lot of them think: "I can't afford 1 bitcoin!", because they don't even imagine that they can buy just "0,023 BTC". Many people don't like decimal numbers.

It's much more easy to use mBTC. ¿How much is a coffee, 0,001 BTC? Most people prefer to say "1 mBTC", is just more natural.

This is not an index, this is not "Dow Jones". This has to be a coin that people use everyday in their local shops.

We all say "3 mm" when we are talking about a small thing, instead of "0,003 m". Using mm or mBTC is the natural option.

Sorry... Every time I've written "0,003" I should have written "0.003", with a dot. I'm from Spain, and here we use dots and commas the other way. Wink
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November 28, 2013, 04:19:01 PM
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+1

i can confirm this! it's much more convenient, to spend 8 mBTC for a pizza, than 0.008 BTC. i'm trying to get my friends to buy some BTCs and so far only very few bought some (for 180 - 250$). since BTC hit the 500$ mark, nobody wants to buy bcs most of them can't afford to lose 500$. i keep telling them, that they can easily buy a fraction of a BTC but nobody wants to have a fraction!

if more and more services would change to mBTC, it would be much easier to convince new adopters!

somebody has to be the first and a lot of my friends are tracking BTC prices via bitcoinity!


but when i think about it, the most important part right now is to make spending easier.

adoption is rather quick anyway but the price will drop badly if the spread between pure speculation (mostly hoarding) and real use will grow further apart in this exponential way.

and for spending it's even more importand, to have numbers that are easy to deal with! even for me these always changing 0.00x prices are annoying! and i'm spending most of my free time with bitcoin since more than 1.5 years! none of my friends would ever think about spending even the tiniest fraction of their precious 1-3 BTCs. if they had 1000-3000 mBTC things would look different!
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November 28, 2013, 04:28:20 PM
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and one other thing: i switched to bitcoinwisdom bcs bitcoinity is down or slow as hell half of the time. i'd like to use bitcoinity again for obvious reasons. are there any plans, to increase bandwidth? would a dedicated donation help? or maybe a call for donations to solve this issue?
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November 28, 2013, 07:44:55 PM
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It's not something I'm super confident about and of course I don't want to scare users, but yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

Regarding slowness, I already did throw some more hardware at it and it should be better (is it?), other than that I still have some optimizations left but I need to change architecture a bit because 1Gbit/s turns out to be a bottleneck at certain points.

Also it's kinda hard to focus on coding and doing useful stuff having these bitcoinity charts opened..

Variance is a bitch!
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November 28, 2013, 08:46:13 PM
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It's not something I'm super confident about and of course I don't want to scare users, but yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

Great! Thanks a lot comboy! Cheesy
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November 29, 2013, 12:38:34 AM
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It's not something I'm super confident about and of course I don't want to scare users, but yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

Amazing!! Thanks  Smiley
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November 29, 2013, 03:06:10 PM
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It's not something I'm super confident about and of course I don't want to scare users, but yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

Regarding slowness, I already did throw some more hardware at it and it should be better (is it?), other than that I still have some optimizations left but I need to change architecture a bit because 1Gbit/s turns out to be a bottleneck at certain points.

Also it's kinda hard to focus on coding and doing useful stuff having these bitcoinity charts opened..

Maybe you could put the BTC price in tiny print beneath the large price display... that might help to prevent confusion.
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November 29, 2013, 05:24:58 PM
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yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

Great Stuff - Thanks comboy, for such a useful resource -  Glued to it  Wink - and for taking the step to pioneer the mBTC piece. Should make it a bit easier to understand for new arrivals.

Loving the site, Thanks again!

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 Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man." ~George Bernard Shaw
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November 30, 2013, 12:33:23 AM
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It's not something I'm super confident about and of course I don't want to scare users, but yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

Awesome, we need to shift this view in public awareness. I think you doing the step is a large factor!
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November 30, 2013, 12:38:11 AM
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yes I already decided that there will be switch to mBTC as default on bitcoinity (with option in preferences to switch back to BTC). It should happen pretty soon.

This is the best news since we landed on the moon! Thank you very much!

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December 03, 2013, 09:06:46 PM
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What is going on with http://bitcoinity.org/markets/bitstamp/USD ?  It shows huge volume for the past 3 hours but no other charts for bitstamp show this.  Also - why is the bottom chart not updating anymore?
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December 03, 2013, 10:07:57 PM
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What is going on with http://bitcoinity.org/markets/bitstamp/USD ?  It shows huge volume for the past 3 hours but no other charts for bitstamp show this.  Also - why is the bottom chart not updating anymore?

Holy shit that was a huge fuckup. I'm sorry about that. And thanks for noticing and letting me know. Duplicated trades are removed now, it may take a moment for volume bars to get fixed on 3d/7d charts (I'm about to clear cache now).

That was super lame. Once again sorry.


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December 03, 2013, 10:11:44 PM
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What is going on with http://bitcoinity.org/markets/bitstamp/USD ?  It shows huge volume for the past 3 hours but no other charts for bitstamp show this.  Also - why is the bottom chart not updating anymore?

Holy shit that was a huge fuckup. I'm sorry about that. And thanks for noticing and letting me know. Duplicated trades are removed now, it may take a moment for volume bars to get fixed on 3d/7d charts (I'm about to clear cache now).

That was super lame. Once again sorry.



Thanks for fixing that so quickly!
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