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April 15, 2012, 08:55:43 PM
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Yes it would be optional, and I understand the scenarios where it would be useful.

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I wouldn't mind having the option to lock my BTC withdrawal address.

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April 16, 2012, 02:11:02 AM
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I wouldn't mind having the option to lock my BTC withdrawal address.
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Make it a time delay option. When you change withdrawal address it will not become effective for 7 days (or any other set period).
Also during this period, after each login show a prominent message that such change is pending.

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April 16, 2012, 10:34:06 PM
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multi-line order entry?

let's say I want to offer shares for sale like
100 @ 0.90
100 @ 0.95
100 @ 1.00
110 @ 1.10
120 @ 1.20
(a fixed rows count table would do, let's say 5 entries at a time should be enough for now ; ))
and make it 5 rows for both sell / buy. adding liquidity ; )

now when creating an order I get every time redirected back to my portfolio and have to either scroll down to the asset and hit buy/sell or click the asset's view page and then buy/sell. glad i can remember which asset i was trading but also this might become an issue with time.

it would be kind of advanced gui feature but makes sense even in basic setup. & i hope there are other active users who would appreciate that.

hands up, please!

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April 16, 2012, 11:13:15 PM
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I'd like to see timestamps at orders (or at least have them ordered by time submitted) - important for "auction style" IPOs like the PPT.a/b/c... IPOs. Also: If there are in total 5000 bids @1.0BTC each and only 2000 shares are sold, does GLBSE indeed pay the ones first that are the oldest orders or in any other (random?!) order?

Also it would be great to have my own orders on assets in bold and orders by the issuer of the asset in italic (or something along these lines)

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April 16, 2012, 11:30:04 PM
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1) I'd like to see timestamps at orders (or at least have them ordered by time submitted) - important for "auction style" IPOs like the PPT.a/b/c... IPOs. Also: If there are in total 5000 bids @1.0BTC each and only 2000 shares are sold, does GLBSE indeed pay the ones first that are the oldest orders or in any other (random?!) order?

2) Also it would be great to have my own orders on assets in bold and orders by the issuer of the asset in italic (or something along these lines)

afaik 1) works like that. you see your own orders sorted by timestamp (mixed by asset but sorted by timestamp). no need to see timestamps of orders of other users. they should be however matched oldest first (at same ask/bid price)

2) it's been requested, to have own orders marked so
not sure if labeling issuer's orders makes sense (i see why it might be interested to know what is a buy back order from issuer but not sure if that's standard out there in real world)

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April 16, 2012, 11:46:02 PM
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I think it would be very useful to have the following info on portfolio page:
  • 3 additional columns for each portfolio position: 1) weighted price I paid for it; 2) the actual highest bid for it; 3) estimated profit/loss (the difference between 2 and 1 times amount).
  • the estimated value of portfolio (including btc balance)


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April 16, 2012, 11:52:15 PM
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I think it would be very useful to have the following info on portfolio page:
  • 3 additional columns for each portfolio position: 1) weighted price I paid for it; 2) the actual highest bid for it; 3) estimated profit/loss (the difference between 2 and 1 times amount).
  • the estimated value of portfolio (including btc balance)



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April 17, 2012, 12:12:57 AM
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1) "should" is also what I think, but my offer on https://glbse.com/asset/view/PPT.A for example is in a spot that I think does not represent the time it was posted - I just posted a second buy offer and now the ordering of all the 1.0BTC offers is completely different than before.

I don't need to see timestamps, but it would be nice to at least see it like "first the ones on the top get sold and then lower and lower until the bottom/last share". Right now it is in no way clear how good my chances are (well, they are fairly high, if it really is just about timing...) of getting a share if they would for example only sell ~500 shares, matching not all 1.0 offers.

2) I guess it would jsut be nice to know if you're buying from the issuer or someone else I guess...

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April 17, 2012, 12:34:07 AM
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1) "should" is also what I think, but my offer on https://glbse.com/asset/view/PPT.A for example is in a spot that I think does not represent the time it was posted - I just posted a second buy offer and now the ordering of all the 1.0BTC offers is completely different than before.

Currently asks and bids are ordered on price alone on the assets page (the view/table of orders).

When actually matching orders price is the first factor, and then when prices for orders are the same, the time of the order (with older orders being first). This isn't shown on the orders table though and will be fixed with the update this Friday.

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April 17, 2012, 12:39:17 AM
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1) "should" is also what I think, but my offer on https://glbse.com/asset/view/PPT.A for example is in a spot that I think does not represent the time it was posted - I just posted a second buy offer and now the ordering of all the 1.0BTC offers is completely different than before.
I don't need to see timestamps, but it would be nice to at least see it like "first the ones on the top get sold and then lower and lower until the bottom/last share". Right now it is in no way clear how good my chances are (well, they are fairly high, if it really is just about timing...) of getting a share if they would for example only sell ~500 shares, matching not all 1.0 offers.
hm. ok, this description is something i can work with. if you can/want, go to dev.glbse.com, please
create two accounts and try to bid on an asset (altering those accounts and use different quantities at same price, to help me reproduce)
please try tick and use prices below 99 to avoid trading (seems not working, page loading would not finish. but it's good enough to create orders for the order book and see how they will be sorted and added to the list). this was a bug but this might be only a display issue. nevertheless let's give it a proper test

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2) I guess it would jsut be nice to know if you're buying from the issuer or someone else I guess...

hm, makes kinda sense. but if the issuer transfers shares out and sells from there, we have a workaround
(some uses are valid - p.ex. Meni's unsold mining bonds he want's to have out if issuer's account)
i see how it would be nice (to know when i help a company to raise capital and when it's just sale of somebody else) but not sure if/how usefull

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April 21, 2012, 01:02:18 PM
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-there should be an button to generate a new bitcoin address instead of it generating on its own. You should see a list of all your deposit address and be able to see the deposit history for each address
-lines around text boxes
-limit ticker length 5 chars + .suffix?
-account history
-BTC balance on every page
-an OPTION to get emails when order is fulfilled
-account to account transfers
Just noticed BTC balance is visible on every page.

I thought of 1 more request.
Deposit History should be moved into the Deposit/Withdraw link. Deposit History table is out of place between sell history/dividend payout. (obviously this isnt a big deal but its another little detail to make the site more comfortable.)
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I think it would be good if the Twitter ticker feed also displayed the total value in BTC of each trade.   

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May 04, 2012, 10:05:28 PM
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-there should be an button to generate a new bitcoin address instead of it generating on its own. You should see a list of all your deposit address and be able to see the deposit history for each address
-lines around text boxes
-limit ticker length 5 chars + .suffix?
-account history
-BTC balance on every page
-an OPTION to get emails when order is fulfilled
-account to account transfers
Just noticed BTC balance is visible on every page.

I thought of 1 more request.
Deposit History should be moved into the Deposit/Withdraw link. Deposit History table is out of place between sell history/dividend payout. (obviously this isnt a big deal but its another little detail to make the site more comfortable.)

Thats done.

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May 04, 2012, 10:27:40 PM
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Typo on https://glbse.com/api/create "API trading for yout account".

Thanks.

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May 04, 2012, 10:50:14 PM
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Also, in a few places it says "See you fees here" Where "you" should be "your"

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May 05, 2012, 12:34:58 AM
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Also, in a few places it says "See you fees here" Where "you" should be "your"

Where do you see this?

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May 05, 2012, 01:39:26 AM
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Also, in a few places it says "See you fees here" Where "you" should be "your"

Where do you see this?

I see it here:
https://glbse.com/asset/pay/COGNITIVE

Also: "You don't own any assets,head to the market and get some."

Missing a space after the ,


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May 07, 2012, 03:39:54 PM
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Can't recall if it's been mentioned before, but it would be nice if you could edit orders without having to cancel and then re-enter a new order.

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great work. on glbse the new charts are much better then the ones on 2.0

Can't recall if it's been mentioned before, but it would be nice if you could edit orders without having to cancel and then re-enter a new order.
if by edit you mean decrease the number of shares I agree. Thats the only way you should be able to edit an order without losing your "place" timestamp. It stinks putting up a sale of 200 only to take it down to put up 100 and lose my spot as being the first sale. I guess create a "revoke/edit" button on the portfolio page next to each current sale order and buy order allowing you to decrease the number of shares your buying or selling without losing your timestamp.
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