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Author Topic: [ANN] Syscoin- FINAL 2.0 LAUNCHED! *ENCRYPTION, MARKETPLACE, BTC INTEGRATION*  (Read 582122 times)
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October 22, 2014, 04:15:27 AM
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Hello everyone.

I have some questions that I'd like to ask the community here.

With my understanding, I will be making a listing with information in it (for example my PGP PubKey) then once, it is purchased, I would have to make another listing to sell another item. Also, say the price sky rockets and all of a sudden my item is severely overpriced, I could simply buy it myself to inactivate the listing and only be out the service fee for doing so. Am I misunderstanding anything here?

Also, has anyone had experience utilizing new line characters in their listings? I'm fearful that PGP might not work so well in the string bodies without the new line characters.

Last question for now, what would the community like to see here? High quality or Good bargains? or should I diversify my listings and offer both kinds of deals? The differences between them would be obvious if one was to buy a sample of both.

EDIT: Sorry, also, what info would the community like to see posted? I typically offer HQ pictures, my PGP PubKey, and information on shipping/handling times.

I am pretty sure as the offer owner you can update the item to change the price as needed.
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October 22, 2014, 05:08:22 AM
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Until sys matures I think we might have to use fiat (USD) to show listings and convert on the fly once you confirm to buy etc...

True, sys does need a bit of maturing to have something stable and efficient going. I'm not terribly worried about stability though as I will be able to keep my profit margins throughout the highs and the lows to keep a semi-consistent price in sys. Which is why i brought up the option I will always have to finalize my own listings if it starts to get to rediculous.


for this the wallet will need to have price feeds or you will have to run a tool to feed price to your wallet somehow... it centralizes the process so I dont like it but competitors use them too so I think its a good tradeoff until market matures.

This would have to be built in by the dev's, would it not?

Also, worth noting, I wasn't planning on builing any kind of specialty software for this, or any kind of website, I was simply planning on using the sys marketplace as is, and will definitely be utilizing any sites/UI's built on it in the near future.

Yes it would be built in and something we are discussing... havent decided on best way forward with that yet.
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October 22, 2014, 05:09:11 AM
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Hello everyone.

I have some questions that I'd like to ask the community here.

With my understanding, I will be making a listing with information in it (for example my PGP PubKey) then once, it is purchased, I would have to make another listing to sell another item. Also, say the price sky rockets and all of a sudden my item is severely overpriced, I could simply buy it myself to inactivate the listing and only be out the service fee for doing so. Am I misunderstanding anything here?

Also, has anyone had experience utilizing new line characters in their listings? I'm fearful that PGP might not work so well in the string bodies without the new line characters.

Last question for now, what would the community like to see here? High quality or Good bargains? or should I diversify my listings and offer both kinds of deals? The differences between them would be obvious if one was to buy a sample of both.

EDIT: Sorry, also, what info would the community like to see posted? I typically offer HQ pictures, my PGP PubKey, and information on shipping/handling times.

I am pretty sure as the offer owner you can update the item to change the price as needed.
Thats inefficient and costly
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October 22, 2014, 07:11:51 AM
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I can't disclose anything more but the fact we acted as soon as we did may have not only saved our BTC, but it may have saved Mintpal's BTC as well.

Wow. That is the best news I could hope to hear regarding this moolah debacle. I don't know if people understand the sheer importance of this statement!  I will resume buying, albeit at a faster pace.

Good work getting the legal team involved and not being greedy about the dev funds. There is a little thing called karma and I think it will look favorably on your actions this day.

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October 22, 2014, 07:51:52 AM
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Until sys matures I think we might have to use fiat (USD) to show listings and convert on the fly once you confirm to buy etc...

True, sys does need a bit of maturing to have something stable and efficient going. I'm not terribly worried about stability though as I will be able to keep my profit margins throughout the highs and the lows to keep a semi-consistent price in sys. Which is why i brought up the option I will always have to finalize my own listings if it starts to get to rediculous.


for this the wallet will need to have price feeds or you will have to run a tool to feed price to your wallet somehow... it centralizes the process so I dont like it but competitors use them too so I think its a good tradeoff until market matures.

This would have to be built in by the dev's, would it not?

Also, worth noting, I wasn't planning on builing any kind of specialty software for this, or any kind of website, I was simply planning on using the sys marketplace as is, and will definitely be utilizing any sites/UI's built on it in the near future.

This is what you are asking for: https://github.com/JohnDorien1/SysCoin-OfferPriceUpdate
You can define a USD value and set this script up as cron, it will update the SYS price accordingly.

Note it's not having any error handling yet, so if one of the 4 configured exchanges dies it may be faulty.
Consider the tool to be in beta stage!

As for the PGP Keys, I noticed on Linux commandline this is some trouble from time to time with the line breaks, but in the GUI wallet console it's handled correctly.
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October 22, 2014, 08:11:56 AM
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This is what you are asking for: https://github.com/JohnDorien1/SysCoin-OfferPriceUpdate
You can define a USD value and set this script up as cron, it will update the SYS price accordingly.

Note it's not having any error handling yet, so if one of the 4 configured exchanges dies it may be faulty.
Consider the tool to be in beta stage!

As for the PGP Keys, I noticed on Linux commandline this is some trouble from time to time with the line breaks, but in the GUI wallet console it's handled correctly.

That's great. I hate how node nests those callbacks, perhaps async could be used to clean up code when adding in some error handling. Regardless, great start. Is the syscoin node library available for download somewhere? I just got into syscoin  and the idea of a marketplace inside the block chain is quite intriguing. I may have to set up a mock store just for grins.

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October 22, 2014, 08:21:11 AM
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You can install the node syscoin library either from github (github.com/syscoin/node-syscoin) or via npm install syscoin
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October 22, 2014, 08:29:09 AM
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You can install the node syscoin library either from github (github.com/syscoin/node-syscoin) or via npm install syscoin

Brilliant, I have a project for tonight now ☺

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October 22, 2014, 10:28:42 AM
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How comes after receiving 1500BTC as part of your ICO you could not create an original website and had to copy Fibre's website?

http://Fibrecoin.com

http://syscoin.org

Delete my post and I will just create a thread.
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October 22, 2014, 10:45:32 AM
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How comes after receiving 1500BTC as part of your ICO you could not create an original website and had to copy Fibre's website?

http://Fibrecoin.com

http://syscoin.org

Delete my post and I will just create a thread.

Hey Newbie, welcome to the forum  Cheesy

I think syscoin came before Fibre.. so who copied from who ?

And who cares about the site anyway ?  Did you try to compare the development done between the two ?

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October 22, 2014, 10:50:01 AM
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How comes after receiving 1500BTC as part of your ICO you could not create an original website and had to copy Fibre's website?

http://Fibrecoin.com

http://syscoin.org

Delete my post and I will just create a thread.

Hint : Themes... As 100% of all WordPress sites out are based on. But hey lets not let that fact get in the way of a good little bit of FUD.. Oh and don't even get me started on the 1500BTC part..
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October 22, 2014, 10:54:41 AM
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How comes after receiving 1500BTC as part of your ICO you could not create an original website and had to copy Fibre's website?

http://Fibrecoin.com

http://syscoin.org

Delete my post and I will just create a thread.

Hey Newbie, welcome to the forum  Cheesy

I think syscoin came before Fibre.. so who copied from who ?

And who cares about the site anyway ?  Did you try to compare the development done between the two ?



Fibre's site was up before SYSCoin! I'm just astonished at the development you guys are receiving for 2500BTC. For 1 million dollars you would at least expect a site coded from scratch, Not copied from another coin.

If you want to see what real development looks like check out their ANN. Everything was delivered in 2 months. With no ICO or funding.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737771
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October 22, 2014, 11:00:32 AM
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lol. it gets worse.. 2500BTC.
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October 22, 2014, 11:05:11 AM
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Fibre's site was up before SYSCoin! I'm just astonished at the development you guys are receiving for 2500BTC. For 1 million dollars you would at least expect a site coded from scratch, Not copied from another coin.

If you want to see what real development looks like check out their ANN. Everything was delivered in 2 months. With no ICO or funding.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737771


syscoin.org was registered on February 19, 2014 , fibrecoin.com was registered on August 21, 2014.

Go fud something else fuckface. and get your facts right while you do it. 

2500BTC ?  lol where do you get your information from ? clown.
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October 22, 2014, 11:18:24 AM
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    Fibre's site was up before SYSCoin! I'm just astonished at the development you guys are receiving for 2500BTC. For 1 million dollars you would at least expect a site coded from scratch, Not copied from another coin.

    If you want to see what real development looks like check out their ANN. Everything was delivered in 2 months. With no ICO or funding.

    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737771


    syscoin.org was registered on February 19, 2014 , fibrecoin.com was registered on August 21, 2014.

    Go fud something else fuckface. and get your facts right while you do it.  

    2500BTC ?  lol where do you get your information from ? clown.

    Ok, you just showed your intelligence level. The date you refer to is the domain registration date.

    Please see the below extract taken from the SYS coins ANN.


    As you can see SysCoin's website went live on the 7th of September after Fibre's.

    So I suggest you get your facts strait before you post comments like the above. I guess membership level has no baring on once intelligence [/list]

    Here's what you guys are getting for a few thousand BTC! A 58 dollar template. I hope this is no reflection on the rest of SysCoins development

    http://themeforest.net/item/codeus-multipurpose-responsive-wordpress-theme/6906054
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    October 22, 2014, 11:28:13 AM
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    Ok so firbe also used http://theme.wordpress.com/ to crate the website. Whats your point ?
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    October 22, 2014, 11:29:40 AM
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    That Syscoin had a massive ICO! I would not expect them to use a 58 dollar template thats already in use by another coin.

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    October 22, 2014, 11:35:34 AM
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    No one cares as long as they deliver the product, and they do deliver a massive product.

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    October 22, 2014, 11:36:19 AM
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    That Syscoin had a massive ICO! I would not expect them to use a 58 dollar template thats already in use by another coin.

    Why oh Why do I bother replying to trolls.
    But have a look here.. http://themeforest.net/item/codeus-multipurpose-responsive-wordpress-theme/6906054
    Hmm where have I seen that image before.
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    October 22, 2014, 12:42:07 PM
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    That Syscoin had a massive ICO! I would not expect them to use a 58 dollar template thats already in use by another coin.

    On the other hand wasn't this  a prudent use of the funds?
    Why custom build something when its already available, easy to use and priced right? Just for the sake of spending money?

    You sir, have obviously never been in business where every dollar matters.
    I, for one, want them spending their funds on the things that matter.
    Wouldn't you agree?

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