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January 04, 2015, 06:36:02 PM
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Can't really tell lately as the lead core developer has posted 34 long blog posts since Dec.15, 2014.

There was supposed to be a BTS 1.0 launch at the end of November. Perhaps the blogging has interfered with the developing or did the developing interfere with the blogging? Either way, are these posts included as part of the output for taxing the blockchain?

http://bytemaster.bitshares.org/all/

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January 04, 2015, 06:41:27 PM
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fuck if i know  Grin

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January 07, 2015, 03:02:49 AM
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no hurry
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January 07, 2015, 05:16:36 AM
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As an investor in the crypto space, the blog posts are quite nice and informative to see where the dev's thoughts are.  No comparison when going up against an anonymous forum handle.

Bytemaster has conversations on this forum leading back to the satoshi days - Check
Nothing but open, honest, and up front who he is and what his thoughts are - Check
Speaks at Bitcoin and crypto conferences along the likes of OverStock CEO Patrick Byrne - Check


The list goes on, what else do you want from the guy?  Amazing how much animosity there is for certain dev's when you should ask yourself what have you done that even compares?  Rather you agree with their approach or not, you should appreciate them moving crypto technology to new heights.  After all, this is one big experiment, is it not?
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January 14, 2015, 06:48:58 AM
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https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=13270.msg173598#msg173598
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January 14, 2015, 06:53:52 AM
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As with any project, one can watch the GitHub...  Newmine you post a lot of negative comments however refuse to have a legitimate discussion, why?

https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/releases
https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/milestones

They have been quite active since the beginning and have a well laid out plan.  Version 0.5 looks to be launched in a few hours when all dev's are on deck to make sure its a smooth update.
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January 14, 2015, 10:07:24 AM
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Can't really tell lately as the lead core developer has posted 34 long blog posts since Dec.15, 2014.

There was supposed to be a BTS 1.0 launch at the end of November. Perhaps the blogging has interfered with the developing or did the developing interfere with the blogging? Either way, are these posts included as part of the output for taxing the blockchain?

http://bytemaster.bitshares.org/all/


Every investor should decide if he like that version 1.0 was postponed because another activities of dev team or not and rearrange investment according.

Personally I prefer to get more stable 1.0 version even latter then expected and waiting then it's will be available as DevShares 1.0 where everybody can heavily play and test all possible scenarios.

PS: Thanks for your posts, it's bring us lot of attentions.  Smiley

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January 14, 2015, 02:04:17 PM
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Bitshares has market pegged assets:

http://bitsharesblocks.com/assets/market

Not sure if this kind of peg to a real world asset is what you're referring to.

Bitshares from Stanlin and friends features 101 centralization and massive misleading. They purposefully diluted and devalued PTS with no equivalent exchange except a "promise". no, they don't fit in here.

their model created predictable price swings, it re-allocated wealth by forced re-distribution. Shall i go on?

Could you point me to a place where any of the bitassets have had price swings outside the peg?

Also 101 block producing nodes (51 for control) is a heck of a lot better than 4 nodes for control of bitcoin or 16 nodes for control of NXT.

The forced redistribution claim is laughable. It is literally done by shareholder vote, just like every other company (bts is a company, not a currency). If you disagree with the choice of employees that BTS has chosen to hire and think they bring negative value, then of course you shouldn't buy in. Doesn't prevent you from using the bitassets as long as you feel safe with the amount of collateral that's being held in reserve- something that's pretty easy to check at any time.

>They purposefully diluted and devalued PTS with no equivalent exchange except a "promise".

Now you're actually just lying. PTS got sharedropped 12.5% of all BTS, AND they continued to exist as before the merger. They even upgraded to DPOS to prevent any more dilution from proof of waste. Grats on the FUD, i'll give you a 4/10 for the effort.
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January 14, 2015, 02:22:43 PM
Last edit: January 14, 2015, 02:32:53 PM by StanLarimer
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Can't really tell lately as the lead core developer has posted 34 long blog posts since Dec.15, 2014.

There was supposed to be a BTS 1.0 launch at the end of November. Perhaps the blogging has interfered with the developing or did the developing interfere with the blogging? Either way, are these posts included as part of the output for taxing the blockchain?

http://bytemaster.bitshares.org/all/



Pretty simple really.

Everybody involved is assigned to the top priority that they do best.
We have dozens of tasks underway and some take longer than others.
Adding more people to a late task makes it later, so each task happens at the best pace for that task.
(The classic example is that 9 ladies can't make a baby in one month.)
Everybody has access to the skills of everyone else when they get stuck.
Bytemaster looks at all tasks and offers help when it is needed.
As a programmer he can only contribute a factor of 1x (ok, maybe 1.5x).
Anybody who has tried it knows that you can't program and do head's up tasks at the same time.
So leaders quickly learn not to do big coding tasks or other balls will get dropped.
Our biggest need is marketing and calling attention to what we have to offer.
The marketeers need content.
Much of the content is in bytemaster's head.
That's the best leveraged use of his time right now - he is a force multiplier.
We asked him to dump it to a series of articles that we could all link to
When we come to other forums to answer questions like this.


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January 14, 2015, 04:55:39 PM
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As with any project, one can watch the GitHub...  Newmine you post a lot of negative comments however refuse to have a legitimate discussion, why?

https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/releases
https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/milestones

They have been quite active since the beginning and have a well laid out plan.  Version 0.5 looks to be launched in a few hours when all dev's are on deck to make sure its a smooth update.

This thread was tongue-in-cheek as 1.0 is months behind and the lead developer seems to be writing essays on a daily basis for a blog. This link was other people half a world away expressing the same concerns on bitsharestalk.

Can't really tell lately as the lead core developer has posted 34 long blog posts since Dec.15, 2014.

There was supposed to be a BTS 1.0 launch at the end of November. Perhaps the blogging has interfered with the developing or did the developing interfere with the blogging? Either way, are these posts included as part of the output for taxing the blockchain?

http://bytemaster.bitshares.org/all/



Pretty simple really.

Everybody involved is assigned to the top priority that they do best.
We have dozens of tasks underway and some take longer than others.
Adding more people to a late task makes it later, so each task happens at the best pace for that task.
(The classic example is that 9 ladies can't make a baby in one month.)
Everybody has access to the skills of everyone else when they get stuck.
Bytemaster looks at all tasks and offers help when it is needed.
As a programmer he can only contribute a factor of 1x (ok, maybe 1.5x).
Anybody who has tried it knows that you can't program and do head's up tasks at the same time.
So leaders quickly learn not to do big coding tasks or other balls will get dropped.
Our biggest need is marketing and calling attention to what we have to offer.
The marketeers need content.
Much of the content is in bytemaster's head.
That's the best leveraged use of his time right now - he is a force multiplier.
We asked him to dump it to a series of articles that we could all link to
When we come to other forums to answer questions like this.


Smiley

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January 14, 2015, 05:36:41 PM
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Can't really tell lately as the lead core developer has posted 34 long blog posts since Dec.15, 2014.

There was supposed to be a BTS 1.0 launch at the end of November. Perhaps the blogging has interfered with the developing or did the developing interfere with the blogging? Either way, are these posts included as part of the output for taxing the blockchain?

http://bytemaster.bitshares.org/all/


Good news for you  Smiley https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=13292
PS: Please keep rush new topics on BTT about BitShares

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