« on: March 20, 2017, 06:43:38 PM »
I still have FIMKRYPTO balance and trading strong. Any news?
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My intent was to stop trading completely. I have updated the asset to require issuer approval for trades and white listing holders. In theory, this should prevent trades, but my questions to the Bitshares forum have not given me an exact answer on how to do it. I guess Bitshares is still new enough that no one has tried to stop trading.
I have decided to close down this gateway. The biggest reasons are low volume and the current legal environment regarding cryptocurrency in my home country.
If you would like to pull your FIMKRYPTO out of OpenLedger, please follow the standard withdraw routine...
Transfer your FIMK out of OpenLedger
a. Transfer your FIMKRYPTO asset to my asset owning account, "warmach"
b. Include your FIMK network address in the memo field where you want the FIMK transfered
I will allow about two weeks for withdrawals to be requested. After that, I will take remaining balances greater than 1 FIMKRYTPO and issue FIMK asset as a replacement.
Here are the balances as of the closing of this service.
*Didn't know if there had been major changes over the last year that would have made the old pass phrases non-usable.
onko Fimk siirtymässä kokonaan Heatiin?Ei, FIMK on edelleen itsenäinen lohkoketju / peer-to-peer -verkosto. Korjatkaa, jos olen väärässä.
Pystynkö vaihtamaan nyt jossain Fimkejä Heatiin?Jo nythän kaupankäyni onnistuu periaatteessa tuolta:
To support the small forgers, I decided to give 10 000 FIMK to each of those forging with less than a million FIMK. Beware, there might be similar rags in the future! And if somebody can convince me that they might start forging and commit to the task, I can make a donation up to 100k. Just private message me, and make your "business plan pitch"!
The more I think about it, the more I think you are right. One server can forge with multiple addresses, but each server has its own local blockchain. What we really need is more individual blockchain (a.k.a. servers) so that there is a greater consensus on the chain and less chance of forks.I think that besides the number of servers/blockchains, the "equality" of them is also important. If you split an "overpowered" balance to two servers, that should even out the "voting". But I'm on thin ice here, maybe Dirk or somebody can clarify...
Well, I have a primary server that forges for the pool, but I also have backup servers. Each backup server also forges in the event that primary server goes down or hits a fork. If I have 3 servers running, I'm not sure it matters if I split the forging accounts among them or just use the pool account on all three. In the end, I think it is how many server nodes are on the network, not how the forging accounts are spread out among them.
One question I do have, If I have 3 servers running behind one public IP, do we get the stability effect of 3 nodes? Or does it just act as one?I've sometimes suspected that having multiple servers behind one NAT can cause problems, but I'm not sure if it was because of that or something else.
If you look at this account (FIM-YAZR-6U3M-DKAC-GCZTV) you might notice that something drastic changed around 17.Oct.2016. Two+ weeks before that (1-17.Oct) 42 blocks forged. The last three weeks (18.Oct-10.Nov) 12 blocks or 4 blocks in last two weeks. No change in setup or account balance. What's your math on that being fair?