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March 10, 2012, 08:30:02 AM
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I chipped in 5 BTC (which I want back) for the GLBSE setup.

what's the status, can't wait to buy some shares and get the first order going Wink

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March 10, 2012, 09:24:37 AM
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fees should be lowered 'soon'
latest with 2.0 glbse
and since it was anyway just a scam prevention
id verified issuers could negotiate a lowered fee anyway
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March 10, 2012, 10:47:37 AM
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I chipped in 5 BTC (which I want back) for the GLBSE setup.

what's the status, can't wait to buy some shares and get the first order going Wink



Thank you very much Smiley


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fees should be lowered 'soon'
latest with 2.0 glbse
and since it was anyway just a scam prevention
id verified issuers could negotiate a lowered fee anyway
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Well, for now there are fees. Glbse 2.0 isn't finished yet.

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March 10, 2012, 11:30:51 AM
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Well, for now there are fees. Glbse 2.0 isn't finished yet.

I truly believe that fees are negotiable

you're a verified person to nefario and the fee increase was 'only' due to asset in glbse issued by dubious persons

if you want to rush and issue the asset at the cost of 20 btc, I won't even comment further
I just believe that savings (optimal use of money) are possible.

edit: and glbse 1.0 is not even up & running. my standard test of "log in and see if balance or portfolio refresh" failed (is failing since morning)

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March 10, 2012, 12:06:15 PM
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Well, for now there are fees. Glbse 2.0 isn't finished yet.

I truly believe that fees are negotiable

you're a verified person to nefario and the fee increase was 'only' due to asset in glbse issued by dubious persons

if you want to rush and issue the asset at the cost of 20 btc, I won't even comment further
I just believe that savings (optimal use of money) are possible.

edit: and glbse 1.0 is not even up & running. my standard test of "log in and see if balance or portfolio refresh" failed (is failing since morning)

I'll contact nefario about that Smiley
And I can confirm that glbse isn't currently working...
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March 10, 2012, 02:03:23 PM
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I'll contact nefario about that Smiley

cool

And I can confirm that glbse isn't currently working...

yep, me too.

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March 10, 2012, 06:24:55 PM
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Man, down for what 40 minutes and everyones all over it. I went out for a haircut, when I got back there was like 11 emails and pm's telling me GLBSE was down (had to leave my phone at home to charge).

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March 10, 2012, 11:34:25 PM
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Good news.

I've talked to nefario and he offered me to lower the fees to 8BTC,
these are the new fees for GLBSE 2.0.

Since molecular gave already 5BTC there are only 3BTC missing Smiley.

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March 10, 2012, 11:43:32 PM
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Man, down for what 40 minutes and everyones all over it. I went out for a haircut, when I got back there was like 11 emails and pm's telling me GLBSE was down (had to leave my phone at home to charge).

according to the glbse ticker on twitter the last trade was at 3:49 am, then the next when it came back was at 4.54 pm, so I see your 40 minutes and raise you ~13 hours. I know it was down at 8am this morning as I was checking to see when OgNasty paid his mergedmining dividends *as can be seen by the immediate trade of them after it was back. I could access the site, but got no balance and no response to portfolio, *-history or asset data. They all sat spinning with "refreshing".

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March 11, 2012, 12:19:40 AM
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Man, down for what 40 minutes and everyones all over it. I went out for a haircut, when I got back there was like 11 emails and pm's telling me GLBSE was down (had to leave my phone at home to charge).

according to the glbse ticker on twitter the last trade was at 3:49 am, then the next when it came back was at 4.54 pm, so I see your 40 minutes and raise you ~13 hours. I know it was down at 8am this morning as I was checking to see when OgNasty paid his mergedmining dividends *as can be seen by the immediate trade of them after it was back. I could access the site, but got no balance and no response to portfolio, *-history or asset data. They all sat spinning with "refreshing".

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March 11, 2012, 12:32:56 AM
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Man, down for what 40 minutes and everyones all over it. I went out for a haircut, when I got back there was like 11 emails and pm's telling me GLBSE was down (had to leave my phone at home to charge).

according to the glbse ticker on twitter the last trade was at 3:49 am, then the next when it came back was at 4.54 pm, so I see your 40 minutes and raise you ~13 hours. I know it was down at 8am this morning as I was checking to see when OgNasty paid his mergedmining dividends *as can be seen by the immediate trade of them after it was back. I could access the site, but got no balance and no response to portfolio, *-history or asset data. They all sat spinning with "refreshing".

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Please guys, could you create another topic for that?
I don't have any problems with 2 posts about that issue, but I think, as this happened more than once,
there should be another thread, discussing that issue.

Thank you.

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March 11, 2012, 12:52:19 AM
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sorry, I'd just been chatting in a different topic where mila and I had been discussing ways to be notified about downtime by using trades, and somehow thought it was that one continuing...

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March 11, 2012, 05:33:44 PM
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Please guys, could you create another topic for that?

no need to create it, the "GLBSE down" thread is alive and well: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48752.0

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March 11, 2012, 07:04:46 PM
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Please guys, could you create another topic for that?

no need to create it, the "GLBSE down" thread is alive and well: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48752.0

rather https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48752.140
or something with .new in the url to fetch latest messages.

as for the new pfga asset on glbse, still watching closely this thread

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March 12, 2012, 10:18:53 PM
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Hey guys and ladies,

a little status update:

So far we have 6.74BTC of the 8BTC needed Smiley

And I've purchased the domain b-fcmc.com, it's not that graet
but it's short Smiley.
Just to remember: b-fcmc = Bitcoin FPGA community mining cluster Wink

the best,

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March 18, 2012, 10:51:43 AM
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Hey,

we have now all the BTC needed for creating an asset on GLBSE.
I'll do this within one week, here are some reasons for delaying it.

As it seems, the delivery times are still very high (~12weeks) and I missed that I need
to pay 19% VAT.
I've contacted them about the VAT and what would be if I pay in Bitcoins (they would do
let me pay in Bitcoins, although it's not a payment option on their homepage).
And there some other upcoming FPGA-Boards, that have to be considered.

I will let donators decide, who funded the 8BTC when i know more.


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April 06, 2012, 11:27:21 AM
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Hello,

sorry for my absence lately.
I was very busy.

To summarize things:
After several attempts to contact BFL, I think this is not the way to go.
Now, this doesn't mean that, this is the end (before we even started) for b-fcmc.

There are several other FPGA-boards available.
My personal choice would be ztex, though they're a bit more expensive.
One great plus is, that they also reside in Germany, which makes delivery and support fast.

Please tell me what you think, as soon as I got some opinions, I will define the
final contract, before I open up the GLBSE account.

The best,
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April 07, 2012, 11:20:26 AM
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Hello,

sorry for my absence lately.
I was very busy.

To summarize things:
After several attempts to contact BFL, I think this is not the way to go.
Now, this doesn't mean that, this is the end (before we even started) for b-fcmc.

There are several other FPGA-boards available.
My personal choice would be ztex, though they're a bit more expensive.
One great plus is, that they also reside in Germany, which makes delivery and support fast.

Please tell me what you think, as soon as I got some opinions, I will define the
final contract, before I open up the GLBSE account.

The best,
talpan

did you see the thread about the ztex "sammelbestellung", it seems they can get price down to 189€ if 100 are bought. they were at 50 last time I checked.

located thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74164.0

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April 07, 2012, 08:00:16 PM
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Hello,

thanks for hint molecular, yxt pointed me to that post too.

I think before this ends in nothing, I will define a contract and post it.
I'll contact all of the three who donated to 8btc needed to create a contract on glbse and let them decide.

cu,
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June 09, 2012, 06:06:57 PM
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Hello I have good news, we're now listed!

Please see the first post for details.


the best,
talpan
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