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January 21, 2012, 01:18:04 AM
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Visit http://dev.glbse.com and give the new site a try, we'll be working on this over the next week like crazy bug fixing and adding features leading up to the official launch.

The main drive in this launch is usability and trust. We have a great record for security, but a terrible one for too many scams, this is something we're addressing in this release.

It's good to be back.

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January 21, 2012, 02:15:23 AM
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when can we start submitting bugs or suggestions?

for example the withdraw address is not checked to see if it is valid

I can continue with other things if you think is not too soon for feedback



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January 21, 2012, 05:13:52 AM
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I dont have my computer right now, but as soon as I do, I'll check it out.

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January 21, 2012, 09:30:52 AM
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when can we start submitting bugs or suggestions?

for example the withdraw address is not checked to see if it is valid

I can continue with other things if you think is not too soon for feedback




No no, feedback now is much appreciated. In terms of validation of user input there is absolutely none as of yet, so you can do things like putting in -10 and fake bitcoin addresses and so on. In my rush to just get this out there to the point of being barely usable I've had to put input validation on the back burner(will do this over the next couple of days).

Whats your opinion of the general layout and user interface?

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January 21, 2012, 10:24:09 AM
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Usability is definitely better than the current version however to be honest is still looks a little ugly. I personally look for something like bitcoinica or blockchain.info but I will use it regardless of how buttons look for example.

After I created an asset I wanted to issue shares. Maybe is just me but it took me a while (read more seconds than expected) to find the button.

% majority needed to....  -   I just read it in my mind '% of majority' instead of '% of issued shares'. We have here  every integer between 1 and 100 but probably should also have 0 and if the condition is >= instead of > then we should also have 50%+1.

I tried to issue more shares after IPO was a huge success (looks like people have faith in my company Cheesy ) without a motion (couldn't find it) although i have 60% policy for this.


And I got this:

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NoMethodError at /trade/process_sell/M$
private method `move' called for #<Asset:0xbc23a34>

    file: market.rb
    location: transfer
    line: 111

BACKTRACE

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JUMP TO: GET POST COOKIES ENV

    /home/nefario/glbse/app/models/market.rb in transfer
        btc.move(mn.user,total_price)
    /home/nefario/glbse/app/models/market.rb in process
        t=self.transfer(mn,mo,total_price,amount)
    /home/nefario/glbse/app/controllers/trade.rb in block (2 levels) in <top (required)>
        ms=MarketSell.process(current_user,a,params[:quantity],params[:price])
    /home/nefario/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p0/lib/ruby/1.9.1/webrick/httpserver.rb in service
        si.service(req, res)
    /home/nefario/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p0/lib/ruby/1.9.1/webrick/httpserver.rb in run
        server.service(req, res)
    /home/nefario/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p0/lib/ruby/1.9.1/webrick/server.rb in block in start_thread
        block ? block.call(sock) : run(sock)

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No GET data.
POST
Variable    Value
price    
"9"
quantity    
"5000"
ticker_symbol    
"M$"
and lots of other debug data on the same page

In conclusion is a huge improvement over current version.

Keep up the good work and thanks








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January 21, 2012, 10:44:47 AM
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Thanks for the feedback kronosvl, I'll incorporate those suggestions into it over the next couple of days and get that bug fixed.

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Following. I'm a newcomer to GLBSE; any advice/tips/tutorials?

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Following. I'm a newcomer to GLBSE; any advice/tips/tutorials?

How to Buy Shares:
1.) Sign Up and Create an Account

  • open browser to https://glbse.com/client/glbse/index.html, enter a password to encrypt locally stored data, click "Go"
  • You should now be in "Account Managment", click "Register New Account"
  • You should now be in "Create New Account", click button "Generate new KeyPair" and enter an account name (any name will do) in "Enter a name for this account", click "Register"
  • You should be back in "Account Managment" and see the newly created account. Click the "Use" button next to the account name you entered before.

2.) Deposit funds

  • On the "Account Page" (It says "Global Bitcoin Stock Exchange" as title and there's a menu on the left), you can see your bitcoin balance on the top left below the title. Lets deposit some bitcoins by choosing "Deposit Funds" from the menu.
  • You're now on sub-page "Deposit Funds", click button "Get Deposit Address". You will see a bitcoin address in the text field below the button you just clicked.
  • Send some bitcoins to that address and wait for (I think) 7 confirmations. Click the "refresh"-icon to the right of your balance to see if the funds have arrived. (I sometimes get an error "verification failed due to incorrect signature", also when using other menu items. Dont worry too early, it seems to reliably work on second try)
  • You should now see your funds in the balance (top left)

3.) Buy shares

  • Choose "buy" from the menu.
  • Enter "MergedMining" into field "Enter the asset id"
  • Enter "5" (for example) into field "Enter the quantity you want to buy"
  • Enter "1" into field "Enter the price you are willing to pay"
  • Click button "Buy"
  • To verify you have bought the shares, you can choose "Portfolio" from the menu. You should also see the transaction in "Bitcoin History" and "Assets History".
  • To see the status of the Asset, choose "Asset" from the menu, enter "MergedMining" into field "Enter the Asset id" and click button "Get Details"

4.) Backup the keys

The keys for an account are stored as local data somehow in your browser. Maybe not a safe enough place... to make a backup, do the following:

  • go back to the "Account Managment" page by clicking button "Accounts List"
  • click button "Export Accounts"
  • click mouse in the big text area that appears and hit Ctrl-A or otherwise select all the text
  • paste that text into a new text file and store safely somewhere

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January 21, 2012, 09:03:34 PM
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Thank you very much!

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January 22, 2012, 02:03:31 PM
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Will it be possible to peg shares to the dollar?  I would very much like to see that feature.
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January 22, 2012, 05:33:15 PM
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Will it be possible to peg shares to the dollar?  I would very much like to see that feature.

What?

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January 22, 2012, 05:38:05 PM
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on the forums, will the ceo be able to get rid of spam and off topic posts?  also can there be two treads, one for any member to post and the second for only info from the ceo about stuff people need to know, sucks reading 19 pages of shit to learn two things. thx

I think what we will do is for each share have an RSS feed and thread for announcements for that asset, a general public thread, and a private one for shareholders only.

Share issuer would be the mod for those threads.

How does that sound?

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January 22, 2012, 06:19:41 PM
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Will it be possible to peg shares to the dollar?  I would very much like to see that feature.

What?
I think he means rather than having prices set in BTC, have them set in USD using mt.gox rates or something. So I would say "my shares cost $6," your site would check mtgox to see that the average-weighted price is (or something like that), and if anyone wanted to by my shares they would pay with $6 worth of BTC.

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Will it be possible to peg shares to the dollar?  I would very much like to see that feature.

What?
I think he means rather than having prices set in BTC, have them set in USD using mt.gox rates or something. So I would say "my shares cost $6," your site would check mtgox to see that the average-weighted price is (or something like that), and if anyone wanted to by my shares they would pay with $6 worth of BTC.

meh - i'd keep USD (or EUR or whatever else for that matter) out of it!

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Am I the only one that is going to miss the existing java webclient ? Sad

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Subbing.

Am I the only one that is going to miss the existing java webclient ? Sad

You mean javascript?

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Am I the only one that is going to miss the existing java webclient ? Sad

Javascript, as was mentioned above. But no you're not. Quite a few people like it, it really was a revolutionary application of Javascript and public key cryptography.

However the mistake made was that we (at GLBSE) thought the issue was to provide an anonymous asset(stock) market/exchange, so thats what our time effort and money went into. What we should have been doing was building a market for people to raise capital for their business or idea in bitcoin, and make it as easy as possible for people to do that while trying to keep investors safe.

In the future if GLBSE takes off after this attempt, and we're profitable we'll put money into furthering privacy technologies, but we have to get profitable to do that, and it wasn't going to happen with the JavaScript client.

Red Emerald thanks for the explanation, I'll certainly add the option of having things indexed to other currencies available on other exchanges, it's certainly a good idea.

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I see the ticker is case sensitive (e.g.,  test is a different company from Test).  Should that be case insensitive?

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I see the ticker is case sensitive (e.g.,  test is a different company from Test).  Should that be case insensitive?

The existing tickers are case sensitive on the old system. I think it would be easier being case insensitive, so you don't have to remember the ticker and the case. To my knowledge, there are no existing tickers that would conflict if it were made case-insensitive.

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January 24, 2012, 11:03:47 AM
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I see the ticker is case sensitive (e.g.,  test is a different company from Test).  Should that be case insensitive?

The existing tickers are case sensitive on the old system. I think it would be easier being case insensitive, so you don't have to remember the ticker and the case. To my knowledge, there are no existing tickers that would conflict if it were made case-insensitive.

Thanks for the suggestions, I'll add that to the system. I'm currently working on input validation and error messages ATM.

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