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August 14, 2012, 04:56:45 AM
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I'd also limit the number of digits allowed in a bid. Hell, if no one is prepared to bet really more than me, why should anyone, arrived later, be allowed to be before me for the exact same price -just one shatoshi more? So that if I want to be first, I have to cancel my previous, and make a new order again

Sub-penny decimalization is a challenge.   It does favor the bots which will always be faster and more persistent than a human.   And when two bots fight it out, it provides a better price for the counterparty.

At the same time, sometimes the bots are just waiting to get picked off.  Say the best bid is at .11 and I notice what is likely a bot that threw down a bid at 0.11001.    I want to sell but I want a better price.  So I create a bid that I don't really want to buy at with a price of .115.  The bot goes .11501 and I take it.  Rinse and repeat, then cancel my .115 bid.   I just sold at a price better than I otherwise would have gotten.   Now if there is no sub-penny decimalization, and the only option was to do a .12, the bot might not play along.

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August 14, 2012, 06:04:04 AM
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I'd also limit the number of digits allowed in a bid. Hell, if no one is prepared to bet really more than me, why should anyone, arrived later, be allowed to be before me for the exact same price -just one shatoshi more? So that if I want to be first, I have to cancel my previous, and make a new order again

Sub-penny decimalization is a challenge.   It does favor the bots which will always be faster and more persistent than a human.   And when two bots fight it out, it provides a better price for the counterparty.

At the same time, sometimes the bots are just waiting to get picked off.  Say the best bid is at .11 and I notice what is likely a bot that threw down a bid at 0.11001.    I want to sell but I want a better price.  So I create a bid that I don't really want to buy at with a price of .115.  The bot goes .11501 and I take it.  Rinse and repeat, then cancel my .115 bid.   I just sold at a price better than I otherwise would have gotten.   Now if there is no sub-penny decimalization, and the only option was to do a .12, the bot might not play along.
+1 Those bots are quite annoying, and this just makes my day
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August 14, 2012, 09:04:05 AM
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BUG!!!! If there is an entry at a particular price and I make a trade at the same price, it puts my order in before the order that was already there.

How do you know this? From a trade or from the orders table?

If it's the orders table then it's not a bug, trades happen based on price first, then entry order when prices are the same.

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August 14, 2012, 10:31:19 AM
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BUG!!!! If there is an entry at a particular price and I make a trade at the same price, it puts my order in before the order that was already there.

How do you know this? From a trade or from the orders table?

If it's the orders table then it's not a bug, trades happen based on price first, then entry order when prices are the same.

and older orders are matched first (at the same price).
they might be however displayed in wrong order (at the same price) newer orders (at the same price) above older orders
but the execution is OK

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August 16, 2012, 06:49:39 AM
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BUG!!!! If there is an entry at a particular price and I make a trade at the same price, it puts my order in before the order that was already there.

How do you know this? From a trade or from the orders table?

If it's the orders table then it's not a bug, trades happen based on price first, then entry order when prices are the same.

Sorry, I was purposely being ambiguous and that was not helpful.

If two people enter a bid/ask at the same price but at different times, the newer entry is listed above the older entry, implying that it will be executed first.

If the trades are executed in the order shown in the table, then I assume that is a bug because the older entry should be executed first. If the execution order is correct, despite the order shown in the table, then that means the table is showing the entries in the wrong order. I have not been able to determine whether the entries are executed in the wrong order or not.

I hope that I have done a better job of explaining this time.

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August 16, 2012, 03:07:59 PM
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If two people enter a bid/ask at the same price but at different times, the newer entry is listed above the older entry, implying that it will be executed first.

If the trades are executed in the order shown in the table, then I assume that is a bug because the older entry should be executed first. If the execution order is correct, despite the order shown in the table, then that means the table is showing the entries in the wrong order. I have not been able to determine whether the entries are executed in the wrong order or not.

I've noticed this before, and have also seen that the execution order is correct, just the display is wrong.

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August 17, 2012, 05:24:20 PM
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Mark security issuers Buy and Sell orders with a different color in the order book.

I also like to add this one:
Make users bid/ask stand out from the order book (btc-e has it well implemented)
Highlight users bid/ask in the order book (btc-e has it well implemented).

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August 17, 2012, 05:27:01 PM
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One more:

"Dividends calendar" will be nice to have too.

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August 24, 2012, 12:37:40 PM
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Voted on a motion earlier, re-read the motion a few min ago and the option to vote was still available. Voted again with no errors displayed, guessing the vote is null, not sure though.

You're allowed to change your vote as many times as you like until the motion has expired.

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August 24, 2012, 04:46:39 PM
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The site is down right now... any ideas on when it will be back up?
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August 24, 2012, 05:41:25 PM
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The site is down right now... any ideas on when it will be back up?

Back up now, sorry for the downtime.

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August 24, 2012, 05:49:12 PM
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The site is down right now... any ideas on when it will be back up?

Back up now, sorry for the downtime.

It won't let me cancel any of my sell orders: it says "Your order has been cancelled", but the order is still there and blocking me from doing any trading!

Sorry for the emergency tone, but this is a very pressing bug.... thanks.

EDIT: Just went through finally, it seems the 10th time is the charm.

EDIT: Just got "Your order has been queued, please do not re-submit" - what is this? I've never gotten this message before, thanks.
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August 24, 2012, 05:54:19 PM
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my bids are gone..    redoing them says "Your order has been queued, please do not re-submit"  but they do not appear anywhere on profile page or in asset's orders list and available balance stays unchanged. something isn't right
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August 24, 2012, 06:06:05 PM
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my bids are gone..    redoing them says "Your order has been queued, please do not re-submit"  but they do not appear anywhere on profile page or in asset's orders list and available balance stays unchanged. something isn't right


You know what, i think i understand what has happened: so somehow a bunch of orders were all queued, and when glbse came back up it executed them all in order i think. That's why it was temporarily slow to execute.

that also explains why a bunch of bids I wanted to hit just dissipated all of the sudden...
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August 28, 2012, 06:41:42 AM
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Mark security issuers Buy and Sell orders with a different color in the order book.

+1

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August 28, 2012, 02:09:01 PM
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I just skimmed through the requests and I second that the volume and bid/ask charts are useless now, suggested changes seem nice.

I couldn't manage to add GLBSE to my two-factor authentication with Google (I guess it doesn't work over SMS?), and I wasn't very eager anyway. Will you implement other authentication schemes? A jabber message would be good enough for me, though any generic protocol that's easy to setup with an external device should be fine. I guess e-mail would be the most generic one.
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August 29, 2012, 03:09:53 AM
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Mark security issuers Buy and Sell orders with a different color in the order book.

They would just make a new account if they did not want that public.

not 100 % true
buying from issuer is closer to 'primary market'
selling to issuer has impact on number of shares that receive dividends
'a new account' here would be different from issuer's account and both arguments above apply

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August 29, 2012, 03:12:03 AM
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I couldn't manage to add GLBSE to my two-factor authentication with Google (I guess it doesn't work over SMS?), and I wasn't very eager anyway. Will you implement other authentication schemes? A jabber message would be good enough for me, though any generic protocol that's easy to setup with an external device should be fine. I guess e-mail would be the most generic one.

or pairing glbse account with freenet irc accounts, or wot at http://bitcoin-otc.com/
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could you write that in ruby?

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August 29, 2012, 03:26:04 AM
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I couldn't manage to add GLBSE to my two-factor authentication with Google (I guess it doesn't work over SMS?), and I wasn't very eager anyway. Will you implement other authentication schemes? A jabber message would be good enough for me, though any generic protocol that's easy to setup with an external device should be fine. I guess e-mail would be the most generic one.

or pairing glbse account with freenet irc accounts, or wot at http://bitcoin-otc.com/
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could you write that in ruby?

s/freenet/freenode/ ? Smiley

I guess it would be fairly easy on any platform. I suggested e-mail (although it's not optimal for me) because everyone knows how to deal with that and it's pretty much decentralized. I'd create a new e-mail account for this, which I'll only access through my smartphone, yet I can still easily access from any other device if I need to.
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August 29, 2012, 04:10:14 AM
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s/freenet/freenode/ ? Smiley
well spotted. my fault. s/freenet/freenode
could go via gribble say/msg Smiley

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I guess it would be fairly easy on any platform. I suggested e-mail (although it's not optimal for me) because everyone knows how to deal with that and it's pretty much decentralized. I'd create a new e-mail account for this, which I'll only access through my smartphone, yet I can still easily access from any other device if I need to.

2nd email address - for 2 factor auth email could be just fine

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