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August 05, 2013, 02:51:52 PM
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Crypto Street recently launched as a Bitcoin, Feathercoin and Litecoin exchange last week and we've been doing decently well on our BTC/LTC pair, but our BTC/FTC pair is rather thin. We've been active on the Feathercoin forums as well, but I figure different people use this forum than that forum, so to get a true cross section, I'm posting here as well.

Do you want to trade your FTC or are you just holding? If you do want to trade, what do you want to see in an exchange?
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August 05, 2013, 03:04:56 PM
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nobodys needs pre-mined scam feathercoins. thats the answer   Roll Eyes

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August 05, 2013, 03:22:59 PM
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Crypto Street recently launched as a Bitcoin, Feathercoin and Litecoin exchange last week and we've been doing decently well on our BTC/LTC pair, but our BTC/FTC pair is rather thin. We've been active on the Feathercoin forums as well, but I figure different people use this forum than that forum, so to get a true cross section, I'm posting here as well.

Do you want to trade your FTC or are you just holding? If you do want to trade, what do you want to see in an exchange?


Hey there ,

I think your exchange looks good. I think the pricing format is a bit difficult to understand there. You should have a look at these exchanges to get an Idea about what you can do to enhance the user experience.

https://btc-e.com/

https://www.cryptsy.com/

https://www.coins-e.com/

https://coinex.pw/

Wish you good luck. Smiley. Beware of trolls. Wink

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August 05, 2013, 03:42:18 PM
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Crypto Street recently launched as a Bitcoin, Feathercoin and Litecoin exchange last week and we've been doing decently well on our BTC/LTC pair, but our BTC/FTC pair is rather thin. We've been active on the Feathercoin forums as well, but I figure different people use this forum than that forum, so to get a true cross section, I'm posting here as well.

Do you want to trade your FTC or are you just holding? If you do want to trade, what do you want to see in an exchange?

Good looking site but nearly impossible to make a fast trade. I have to think over where and what should I click on to trade. Textboxes are great for that, do not use selects. Also prices should be clickable to fill the price of the current trade. Smiley

Good beginning.
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August 05, 2013, 04:06:13 PM
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you need a few more coins on there

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August 05, 2013, 04:15:55 PM
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Crypto Street recently launched as a Bitcoin, Feathercoin and Litecoin exchange last week and we've been doing decently well on our BTC/LTC pair, but our BTC/FTC pair is rather thin. We've been active on the Feathercoin forums as well, but I figure different people use this forum than that forum, so to get a true cross section, I'm posting here as well.

Do you want to trade your FTC or are you just holding? If you do want to trade, what do you want to see in an exchange?


Hey there ,

I think your exchange looks good. I think the pricing format is a bit difficult to understand there. You should have a look at these exchanges to get an Idea about what you can do to enhance the user experience.

https://btc-e.com/

https://www.cryptsy.com/

https://www.coins-e.com/

https://coinex.pw/

Wish you good luck. Smiley. Beware of trolls. Wink


The old system used by those exchanges are more than confusing especially when they gom8 decimal points down.  Crypto Street gives you a >1 value to easily see how much is needed per BtC.  Ltc to BtC?  31ltc, easily calculable instead of having to have calculators count how many ltc per BtC or vice versa etc etc

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August 05, 2013, 11:21:57 PM
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Crypto Street recently launched as a Bitcoin, Feathercoin and Litecoin exchange last week and we've been doing decently well on our BTC/LTC pair, but our BTC/FTC pair is rather thin. We've been active on the Feathercoin forums as well, but I figure different people use this forum than that forum, so to get a true cross section, I'm posting here as well.

Do you want to trade your FTC or are you just holding? If you do want to trade, what do you want to see in an exchange?

Good looking site but nearly impossible to make a fast trade. I have to think over where and what should I click on to trade. Textboxes are great for that, do not use selects. Also prices should be clickable to fill the price of the current trade. Smiley

Good beginning.

We changed it up so that you can use text boxes for standard entry. this update post explains the new trade entry options. I hope this makes it easier for you?
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August 05, 2013, 11:23:33 PM
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The old system used by those exchanges are more than confusing especially when they gom8 decimal points down.  Crypto Street gives you a >1 value to easily see how much is needed per BtC.  Ltc to BtC?  31ltc, easily calculable instead of having to have calculators count how many ltc per BtC or vice versa etc etc

Exactly. We went for quick math as opposed to so many decimal places out. I know it seems different, but I feel in the long run it'll prove to be more intuitive.
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August 05, 2013, 11:32:27 PM
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The old system used by those exchanges are more than confusing especially when they gom8 decimal points down.  Crypto Street gives you a >1 value to easily see how much is needed per BtC.  Ltc to BtC?  31ltc, easily calculable instead of having to have calculators count how many ltc per BtC or vice versa etc etc

Exactly. We went for quick math as opposed to so many decimal places out. I know it seems different, but I feel in the long run it'll prove to be more intuitive.

Well maybe you are right. I said that because most of the people are used to that kind of format. But in the long run your format can come in handy for many people who are lazy to open a calculator.

Overall your site looks really good. I liked the look and feel of it. It is one step further in the crypto world. Wish you best of luck.

And yeah I think redcoin is right you will be needing many more coins on your exchange.

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August 06, 2013, 11:29:13 AM
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We are doing decently well with out BTC/LTC trades but FTC is very light. So we need you guys to get on there and start trading :-)
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August 06, 2013, 12:29:58 PM
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