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May 26, 2016, 08:36:00 AM
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Really interested in this! I'm going to download it when I get home, will update when I finish! Can I install it without admin?





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May 28, 2016, 03:16:53 AM
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June 05, 2016, 04:27:58 AM
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I'm looking very forward to ongoing development of Bitsquare and have recently (well, late last year) brought it up in the BCN forum, at:

https://bytecointalk.org/showthread.php?tid=274

I'll be in touch via the github (will probably volunteer for testing which looks like it needs help?), translation, and mailing list.  Cheers!

Thanks.
I would love to support ByteCoin (and othere CryptoNote coins) but as the transaction cannot be verified by the arbitrator (in case of a dispute) on the blockchain (sender address is not visible) I cannot support it. I talked a bit to Monero guys and they told me it would be possibile but need some extra not yet implemented feature. I am not so familiar with ByteCoin but I think it will have the same issue as Monero.
So to summarize:
The requirement for adding CryptoNote coins is that a 3rd party (arbitrator in case of a dispute) is able to see on the blockchain if a transaction from the sender address to the receiver address has been done. 

As Monero is now supported -- https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins -- and originally (as per the above discussion) it seemed that Bytecoin (BCN), Monero, and other similar coins had the issue of not being able to have some aspect of the transaction be verified by an arbitrator in case of a dispute on Bitsquare, it sounds like you have figured out a solution (with respect to Monero) which overcame this problem; which makes me wonder if also a similar avenue can also be explored with respect to BCN which would allow BCN to be supported.

Let me know a summary of what was the basic solution for Monero to get it included and how one could do the same for BCN.

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June 05, 2016, 08:44:24 AM
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Monero has a tool where you can get a transaction key which is used together with the receiver address to verify a transaction happened. The XMR sender need to provide the arbitrator in case of a dispute that tx key. In Monero you need to use simplewallet to get that key, and that extra tool to verify. If Bytecoin or any other CryptoNote coin can provide those or any other mechanism to make a tx verifyable for the arbitrator I am happy to add it.

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June 05, 2016, 09:53:06 AM
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I'm looking very forward to ongoing development of Bitsquare and have recently (well, late last year) brought it up in the BCN forum, at:

https://bytecointalk.org/showthread.php?tid=274

I'll be in touch via the github (will probably volunteer for testing which looks like it needs help?), translation, and mailing list.  Cheers!

Thanks.
I would love to support ByteCoin (and othere CryptoNote coins) but as the transaction cannot be verified by the arbitrator (in case of a dispute) on the blockchain (sender address is not visible) I cannot support it. I talked a bit to Monero guys and they told me it would be possibile but need some extra not yet implemented feature. I am not so familiar with ByteCoin but I think it will have the same issue as Monero.
So to summarize:
The requirement for adding CryptoNote coins is that a 3rd party (arbitrator in case of a dispute) is able to see on the blockchain if a transaction from the sender address to the receiver address has been done. 

As Monero is now supported -- https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins -- and originally (as per the above discussion) it seemed that Bytecoin (BCN), Monero, and other similar coins had the issue of not being able to have some aspect of the transaction be verified by an arbitrator in case of a dispute on Bitsquare, it sounds like you have figured out a solution (with respect to Monero) which overcame this problem; which makes me wonder if also a similar avenue can also be explored with respect to BCN which would allow BCN to be supported.

Let me know a summary of what was the basic solution for Monero to get it included and how one could do the same for BCN.

Here is the info which gets displayed in Bitsquare:
https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/1449498/15537245/7d6b7c5c-2275-11e6-9534-2d1073cf2d99.png

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June 05, 2016, 10:12:59 PM
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I'm looking very forward to ongoing development of Bitsquare and have recently (well, late last year) brought it up in the BCN forum, at:

https://bytecointalk.org/showthread.php?tid=274

I'll be in touch via the github (will probably volunteer for testing which looks like it needs help?), translation, and mailing list.  Cheers!

Thanks.
I would love to support ByteCoin (and othere CryptoNote coins) but as the transaction cannot be verified by the arbitrator (in case of a dispute) on the blockchain (sender address is not visible) I cannot support it. I talked a bit to Monero guys and they told me it would be possibile but need some extra not yet implemented feature. I am not so familiar with ByteCoin but I think it will have the same issue as Monero.
So to summarize:
The requirement for adding CryptoNote coins is that a 3rd party (arbitrator in case of a dispute) is able to see on the blockchain if a transaction from the sender address to the receiver address has been done. 

As Monero is now supported -- https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins -- and originally (as per the above discussion) it seemed that Bytecoin (BCN), Monero, and other similar coins had the issue of not being able to have some aspect of the transaction be verified by an arbitrator in case of a dispute on Bitsquare, it sounds like you have figured out a solution (with respect to Monero) which overcame this problem; which makes me wonder if also a similar avenue can also be explored with respect to BCN which would allow BCN to be supported.

Let me know a summary of what was the basic solution for Monero to get it included and how one could do the same for BCN.

Here is the info which gets displayed in Bitsquare:
https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/1449498/15537245/7d6b7c5c-2275-11e6-9534-2d1073cf2d99.png

Thank you! This is helpful (link you provided above).  Will touch base with others (BCN developer community) and get back.

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June 10, 2016, 10:44:41 PM
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I'm offering a 1 BTC bounty for bitsquare on raspberry pi, more info posted here:
https://forum.bitsquare.io/t/1-btc-bounty-for-bitsquare-on-raspberry-pi/209

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June 10, 2016, 11:10:15 PM
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I'm offering a 1 BTC bounty for bitsquare on raspberry pi, more info posted here:
https://forum.bitsquare.io/t/1-btc-bounty-for-bitsquare-on-raspberry-pi/209

Great bounty idea and thanks for your plans to support liquidity!
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June 11, 2016, 05:15:18 AM
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I'm offering a 1 BTC bounty for bitsquare on raspberry pi, more info posted here:
https://forum.bitsquare.io/t/1-btc-bounty-for-bitsquare-on-raspberry-pi/209

Just posted on my diaspora.

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June 11, 2016, 11:08:08 AM
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I'm offering a 1 BTC bounty for bitsquare on raspberry pi, more info posted here:
https://forum.bitsquare.io/t/1-btc-bounty-for-bitsquare-on-raspberry-pi/209

Bounty's now at 2.25 BTC. Awesome!
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June 11, 2016, 11:48:14 AM
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I'm offering a 1 BTC bounty for bitsquare on raspberry pi, more info posted here:
https://forum.bitsquare.io/t/1-btc-bounty-for-bitsquare-on-raspberry-pi/209

Bounty's now at 2.25 BTC. Awesome!

I add 500 XMR Monero to the bounty.

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June 30, 2016, 08:14:29 PM
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So the bounty has been paid out and you can now run Bitsquare on a RaspPi 2. Unfortunately it's said to be slow atm due to undetermined reasons.

You can find the bash script here: https://github.com/SjonHortensius/BitSquareOnRpi/blob/4154260cb302b479c84b3ff56fb78cb7fb2fe219/bitsquare.sh

I don't have a RaspPi 2 so I can't try it but maybe someone else wants to.
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Will Factom be on this exchange at launch?

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June 30, 2016, 09:29:06 PM
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Will Factom be on this exchange at launch?

You can find a list of 'Altcoins' in the FAQ: https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins

Factom can be traded already, but there seems to be not much volume.
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June 30, 2016, 10:20:55 PM
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Will Factom be on this exchange at launch?

You can find a list of 'Altcoins' in the FAQ: https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins

Factom can be traded already, but there seems to be not much volume.


Oh you can trade here already. I did not know that. Will try to check it out tomorrow thanks!

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July 02, 2016, 01:41:10 PM
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I'm looking very forward to ongoing development of Bitsquare and have recently (well, late last year) brought it up in the BCN forum, at:

https://bytecointalk.org/showthread.php?tid=274

I'll be in touch via the github (will probably volunteer for testing which looks like it needs help?), translation, and mailing list.  Cheers!

Thanks.
I would love to support ByteCoin (and othere CryptoNote coins) but as the transaction cannot be verified by the arbitrator (in case of a dispute) on the blockchain (sender address is not visible) I cannot support it. I talked a bit to Monero guys and they told me it would be possibile but need some extra not yet implemented feature. I am not so familiar with ByteCoin but I think it will have the same issue as Monero.
So to summarize:
The requirement for adding CryptoNote coins is that a 3rd party (arbitrator in case of a dispute) is able to see on the blockchain if a transaction from the sender address to the receiver address has been done. 

As Monero is now supported -- https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins -- and originally (as per the above discussion) it seemed that Bytecoin (BCN), Monero, and other similar coins had the issue of not being able to have some aspect of the transaction be verified by an arbitrator in case of a dispute on Bitsquare, it sounds like you have figured out a solution (with respect to Monero) which overcame this problem; which makes me wonder if also a similar avenue can also be explored with respect to BCN which would allow BCN to be supported.

Let me know a summary of what was the basic solution for Monero to get it included and how one could do the same for BCN.

Here is the info which gets displayed in Bitsquare:
https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/1449498/15537245/7d6b7c5c-2275-11e6-9534-2d1073cf2d99.png

I am willing to give 0.2 BTC as a bounty for a Bytecoin support. I do not follow this thread frequently, so if someone is in position to collect the bounty please send me a private message.

Forknote (create cryptocurrenies easy) - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.0
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July 02, 2016, 04:30:25 PM
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Would love to support Bytecoin, but they need to offer similar feature as Monero (give the arbitrator a chance to verify the tx on the blockchain). If you select a XMR account in Bitsquare you get a popup with all the details.

I'm looking very forward to ongoing development of Bitsquare and have recently (well, late last year) brought it up in the BCN forum, at:

https://bytecointalk.org/showthread.php?tid=274

I'll be in touch via the github (will probably volunteer for testing which looks like it needs help?), translation, and mailing list.  Cheers!

Thanks.
I would love to support ByteCoin (and othere CryptoNote coins) but as the transaction cannot be verified by the arbitrator (in case of a dispute) on the blockchain (sender address is not visible) I cannot support it. I talked a bit to Monero guys and they told me it would be possibile but need some extra not yet implemented feature. I am not so familiar with ByteCoin but I think it will have the same issue as Monero.
So to summarize:
The requirement for adding CryptoNote coins is that a 3rd party (arbitrator in case of a dispute) is able to see on the blockchain if a transaction from the sender address to the receiver address has been done. 

As Monero is now supported -- https://bitsquare.io/faq/#altcoins -- and originally (as per the above discussion) it seemed that Bytecoin (BCN), Monero, and other similar coins had the issue of not being able to have some aspect of the transaction be verified by an arbitrator in case of a dispute on Bitsquare, it sounds like you have figured out a solution (with respect to Monero) which overcame this problem; which makes me wonder if also a similar avenue can also be explored with respect to BCN which would allow BCN to be supported.

Let me know a summary of what was the basic solution for Monero to get it included and how one could do the same for BCN.

Here is the info which gets displayed in Bitsquare:
https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/1449498/15537245/7d6b7c5c-2275-11e6-9534-2d1073cf2d99.png

I am willing to give 0.2 BTC as a bounty for a Bytecoin support. I do not follow this thread frequently, so if someone is in position to collect the bounty please send me a private message.

https://www.bitsquare.io  |  GPG Key: 6A6B2C46 or 57D66BDA
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July 05, 2016, 03:11:22 PM
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https://github.com/bitsquare/bitsquare/releases/tag/v0.4.8.1

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There is a critical bug with v0.4.8 version when used with multiple arbitrators.
Please update as soon as possible to that hotfix release!

Please don't continue with open trades or taking offers with the 0.4.8 version, but update immeditely to the new version.
Before continuing trades please wait a few hours so the other trader has a chance to update as well.

But no worry, even if trades fail, the arbitrator can do the payout. So no funds are at risk!
If you could not contact the arbitrator, please contact the Bitsquare developers via the contact page on the webpage.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Release notes 0.4.8.1:

Fix bug with support for multiple arbitrators

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July 11, 2016, 10:01:21 PM
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I'm offering 1 BTC bounty for optimizing bitsquare on raspberry pi:
https://forum.bitsquare.io/t/1-btc-bounty-for-improving-performance-of-bitsquare-on-raspberry-pi/295

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July 17, 2016, 02:46:55 PM
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New Bitsquare release available!

Please update as soon as possible to that new release.
It comes with many new features and bugfixes.

https://github.com/bitsquare/bitsquare/releases/tag/v0.4.9

New coins added:
EtherClassic, USD Tether, EUR Tether, JPY Tether, Lisk, DigixDAO Tokens, Worldcoin, FlorinCoin

We support the new Ether classic fork which will be availabe in about 1 week.
Please follow the projects web pages for further information and be sure you are aware of the risks involved in the situation of an Ethereum fork, both for ETH and ETHC trades!
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