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March 20, 2012, 01:27:08 AM
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will you keep fixing 1.0 bugs in the meantime?
or rather not Wink but you might want to notice we have TyGrr-Bank situation where ask=bid=.103 and orders are not paired


It's really odd. All I can say for this is to cancel the order and try again.

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It's not my order. I had one for 5 shares at .103 and could see in the asset view 2 sell orders at that price, one from goat and mine.
at the same time a buy order at .103 was visible at the same page. after no pair of buy/sell would not pair I sold another 5 shares at .102999 instead, that worked. cancelled my 5@.103 order afterwards.

on the db level you should be able to see also cancelled transactions for that asset if you're into that. or just note it as interesting and won't be fixed. this is harmless ... and soon to be history/open source and problem of somebody else wink

I excluded the 8th decimal place theory as a duplicate of this as goat sells at .10300000 and any buy order visible up to 7 decimal places would be equal or higher and should match in all cases when it is created. fact that it was in the buy/sell table while stock was for sale at that price, that's interesting

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March 20, 2012, 03:24:07 AM
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will you keep fixing 1.0 bugs in the meantime?
or rather not Wink but you might want to notice we have TyGrr-Bank situation where ask=bid=.103 and orders are not paired


I saw that. I wonder whether the bid is actually 0.10299999? The web client rounds to 7 decimal places, but the order matching still uses the full 8.

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March 20, 2012, 04:02:31 AM
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@brendio I updated my post with detailed description if interested.

@Nefario interesting update on dividend bug, I could pay correct dividends of 99.5% of debited amount and could not reproduce the wrong and silly numbers reported earlier. it was a flawed testcase and the lack of bitcoin history (equivalent to 1.0 bitcoin history).

solution: not an issue. the dividends were paid properly (verified several times since test case updated). I was reading the wrong parts of the screen when looking for written traces of the payment.
the field Dividend history was changed after each payment but it was not dividend paid but dividend received.
from the account of asset manager on page /portfolio in table fees paid is always the right amount calculated (0.5%)
and from the account of asset manager on page /asset/view/TICKER in field Dividend payments all entries are correct (show data like)
2012-03-20 00:37   6.965   668   0.01042664
2012-03-20 02:22   9.95   668   0.0148952
2012-03-20 03:39   9.95   668   0.0148952
2012-03-20 03:43   9.95   1001   0.00994005

probably I should sleep as well a bit more. I wondered already if a payment of dividends can be cross-manageable across assets.
now I go and properly cancel the bug note in previous posts.

in the meantime I drafted this piece of howto https://sourceforge.net/p/glbseguide/blog/2012/03/user-20-how-to-register--transfer-account-from-10/

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March 20, 2012, 08:02:53 AM
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I'm new here and trying to get up to speed with GLBSE.

I realize that GLBSE 2.0 is in beta and I'm trying to play around with my fake 1,000 BTC.  None of my orders executed so far, but I'm not sure how many orders really exist or are functioning at this time.

The only bug I found is that I couldn't view a message that I sent.  I got the following error when clicking on the message subject in my outbox:

NoMethodError at /user/mail/read/1
undefined method `body' for nil:NilClass
file: mail.rb location: block (2 levels) in <top (required)> line: 74

Hope this helps a little.

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March 20, 2012, 08:53:33 AM
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I realize that GLBSE 2.0 is in beta and I'm trying to play around with my fake 1,000 BTC.  None of my orders executed so far, but I'm not sure how many orders really exist or are functioning at this time.

hi, welcome and try to visit following links
http://dev.glbse.com/asset/view/TICK
http://dev.glbse.com/asset/view/SYN1
http://dev.glbse.com/asset/view/MUMRAH

and place orders at 1, 2, 3, 5, 10 to see if you buy something.

I see an issue with closed orders not being purged from the interface, this might be indeed confusing
but I created sell orders at various prices in all 3 assets listed above

try to imagine that the upper 50-90% of the table of sell orders have been already executed/paired and should have been removed (at least this is how it worked in 1.0 and that it will be addressed in the coming days). nevertheless set higher buy price (recommended above as well) to see what you can buy and that you can buy.

with the entries at the bottom of the "sell orders" table you have higher chance that they are open and can be bought.
what I created for you

known sell orders at the time of writing
MUMRAH    1.0    5    2012-03-20 08:41:28    Cancel
MUMRAH    2.0    5    2012-03-20 08:41:35    Cancel
MUMRAH    3.0    5    2012-03-20 08:41:43    Cancel
MUMRAH    4.0    5    2012-03-20 08:42:15    Cancel
MUMRAH    10.0    5    2012-03-20 08:42:24    Cancel
SYN1    10.0    99    2012-03-20 08:42:33    Cancel
TICK    2.3333333    300    2012-03-20 08:42:53    Cancel
TICK    2.0    500    2012-03-20 08:52:01    Cancel
SYN2    5.0    200    2012-03-20 08:52:11    Cancel

it's play money, play with it and once you run out of the 1000 btc welcome credit, create new account and play further

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March 22, 2012, 03:59:35 PM
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Take your time dude, just remove the "** Launching Monday 18 March **" from the front page :p
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March 25, 2012, 06:33:47 PM
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actually the exchange 2.0 was launched on weekend.
now it alternates between "up&running" and "teething problems"

to claim your account from 1.0 in the new version please log in once again to the old version
https://glbse.com/client/glbse/index.html and copy the code (it pops up all the time now in 1.0 version)

and once you have it, create an account in 2.0 and enter the claim code.
https://sourceforge.net/p/glbseguide/wiki/Home/

p.s. the 1.0 site works even while 2.0 gives the error message ; )

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