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My expectation was that this asset was a way to essentially have the issuer handle the forging, and pay it out as weekly dividends, and I remember it being said it would be 1% per week, so that's what I was expecting.

I believe that we (the shareholders) should have been informed prior to the weekly dividends stopping, and with that information, should have been given an opportunity to cash out (such as with a buy wall). I am not sure what HEAT is all about, but it was not mentioned at the time that I bought the asset. If the issuer thought that buying HEAT would make a good investment for shareholders, then shareholders should have been informed and given the opportunity to exit if they didn't think buying into HEAT was going to be right for them. Whenever fundamental information about an asset changes, shareholders ought to be informed and given the chance to either vote, exit, or whatever other options make sense.

But simply stopping weekly dividend payments with no explanation and no updates to the asset thread is not cool, and yes, that makes the venture look like a scam.

Also, selling out the forging Fimk on an asset advertised as a Fimk forging asset is not appropriate. That balance should be in an active forging wallet minting new Fimk which then gets divided up among the issuer and all the shareholders. If the reason the issuer no longer has Fimk is because he "invested" it into a new asset (HEAT) which has yet to yield returns, that's at least better than simply dumping all the Fimk and leaving the shareholders high and dry. Still, though, shareholders should have been informed prior to him making such "investment" because doing so fundamentally changes the nature of the original asset.

I would have liked to have been given the chance to either say "yes, go for it, HEAT sounds like an amazing investment!" or "I'd prefer to not participate at this time; please buy me out so that I can put the funds towards a different investment of my own choosing."

This asset has not paid a dividend since July. What's the deal?

Asset Exchange / Re: Site for asset information?
« on: March 13, 2015, 04:55:13 PM »
Another feature that would be great to add to the trade page for each asset is a dividend history. That way I can quickly see if an asset I'm considering pays out a dividend, and how often, etc.

Asset Exchange / Re: Site for asset information?
« on: March 13, 2015, 04:52:50 PM »
That's actually a really nice feature. Thanks for pointing it out.

By browsing assets and their pulses I located an asset I wanted to buy. But I got stymied because the buy dialog box in my mofo wallet page will not allow me to input decimal points. But the top (and only) sell order for that asset has a decimal point. So I'm stuck. This was true for a different asset I wanted to buy as well. How can I get the ability to add decimal points to my buy orders?

General FIMK Discussion / Re: Fork issue how do I get off it? Help
« on: March 13, 2015, 04:36:24 PM »
Good one. But perhaps easier would be to extend the leasing period and to add the ability to "un-lease" your balance.

I would go for that. An option to lease out the balance until further notice (indefinitely) along with the option to un-lease at any time would meet my needs :)

Asset Exchange / Site for asset information?
« on: March 13, 2015, 04:24:17 PM »
I'm noticing there are quite a few assets on the exchange. Is there a site like nxtreporting where you can go to learn about each of these assets? Also, where do the asset issuers post their asset threads?

The other problem I'm having is that the top sell order is 99.5. I'd like to buy a few at that price. The problem is the buy function will not allow me to input the decimal.

I would be interested in holding more of this asset. It would be easier than having to stay on top of leasing out my balance to a forging pool every month. However, the problem for me is liquidity. I can buy the asset for 99.5 FIMK, but if I need to sell it for any reason, right now the highest buy order is at 30 FIMK. This means I can't get out of the asset if I need the cash. Would you be willing to put up a buy wall at 99 or 98 so that people who hold the asset would have liquidity?

General FIMK Discussion / Re: Fimk Forging Pool BETA launch!
« on: March 13, 2015, 04:10:56 PM »
I found another payment to my account. Thanks. I realize now a huge part of my problem was the latest fork in the 0.3.3 version. This led to a gap in my account leasing. I hopped on the mofo wallet and leased my account again (the leasing functionality has now been added), so hopefully I will be able to benefit from this pool again. Are you back on weekly payments?

General FIMK Discussion / Re: Fork issue how do I get off it? Help
« on: March 13, 2015, 03:50:30 PM »
I found this thread helpful. I was having the same issue with my NRS wallet. Up until now the main reason I did not use the mofo wallet was that it did not have the ability to lease out one's balance. I just tried leasing out my balance to the forging pool and hopefully it will work out this time.

One thing I would like to see added is the ability to set up consecutive leases, so that in one session I can set up my balance to lease for more than the 32767 block limit by leasing it out several times and expecting that all the lease periods will fulfill one right after the other. I'd like to also be able to view all the outstanding leases so that I know when I need to set up new ones.

General FIMK Discussion / Re: Fimk Forging Pool BETA launch!
« on: March 12, 2015, 05:47:20 AM »
Will be making payouts today. Have had some personal stuff going on, moving to new place n such, I know its not an excuse but a explanation anyways (like that would matter in cryptobusiness :) )
Can you give your address, so i  can check what is up with your payment?


I am just now checking that account (since my last post). Are you going back to once a week payments now?

General FIMK Discussion / Re: Fimk Forging Pool BETA launch!
« on: March 04, 2015, 06:21:46 AM »
I came on here to find out what's going on with payouts. The last payout I received was February 12. Aren't these payouts supposed to be weekly?

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