Author Topic: FIMK exchange rate?  (Read 1774 times)

J on: June 16, 2016, 12:19:16 PM

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So, the FIMK exchange rate is now officially zero when it is delisted from coinmarketcap?

We still have two members running FIMK exchanges in BitShares and NXT assets, but those both need to contact asset issuer for some actions, that is too complicated for most of people.

J #1 on: June 16, 2016, 04:12:05 PM

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For 0.1-0.5BTC you can get FIMK listed to YObit.net, what has somewhat good reputation and is monitored by coinmarketcap.

https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/

eRoh #2 on: June 16, 2016, 07:32:57 PM

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For 0.1-0.5BTC you can get FIMK listed to YObit.net, what has somewhat good reputation and is monitored by coinmarketcap.

https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/

I already applied and paid some weeks ago, but no answer yet (except the link to the form for listing that I had already filled).
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J #3 on: June 16, 2016, 08:04:24 PM

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I already applied and paid some weeks ago, but no answer yet (except the link to the form for listing that I had already filled).

Thanks for your actions, I would not used my own money alone for society like you (I dont have much either) :)

Sounds like something went wrong if it has been weeks since applying when they promise to list in days.

It can be more difficult to add coin when it is unique.

Lets hope they add soon, and if not, then we have to ask on Bitcointalk what is going on.

Please update here.

eRoh #4 on: June 17, 2016, 07:31:07 AM

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Lets hope they add soon, and if not, then we have to ask on Bitcointalk what is going on.
Do you have any particular section/thread in mind?

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I made another ticket, let's see if it helps...
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Eliphaz Fimk #5 on: June 17, 2016, 10:37:28 AM

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Do you have any particular section/thread in mind?
Creating a new thread with somewhat provocative (but true, such as referring to delay of weeks despite payment) header usually works fastest if the party in question pays attention to the forum at all.  ;)

J #6 on: June 17, 2016, 02:58:52 PM

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Creating a new thread with somewhat provocative (but true, such as referring to delay of weeks despite payment) header usually works fastest if the party in question pays attention to the forum at all.  ;)

I think most correct section is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=198.0

But seems like there is already lot of threads about problems with yobit without response from them.

Someone adviced to send private message to YoBit admin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=406594

Maybe both could do, start a new thread and send message about it to admin.

warmach #7 on: June 18, 2016, 01:49:03 PM

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So, the FIMK exchange rate is now officially zero when it is delisted from coinmarketcap?

We still have two members running FIMK exchanges in BitShares and NXT assets, but those both need to contact asset issuer for some actions, that is too complicated for most of people.

The Bitshares(OpenLedger) asset can easily be looked up and tracked on Cryptofresh, which is the bo.i of Bitshares.  http://cryptofresh.com/a/FIMKRYPTO

At this point though, it doesn't seem worth much effort.  So far, it has just been eRoh and I swapping a few thousand FIMK.  No else seems interested in FIMK trading anymore...
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J #8 on: June 18, 2016, 09:28:37 PM

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The Bitshares(OpenLedger) asset can easily be looked up and tracked on Cryptofresh, which is the bo.i of Bitshares.  http://cryptofresh.com/a/FIMKRYPTO

At this point though, it doesn't seem worth much effort.  So far, it has just been eRoh and I swapping a few thousand FIMK.  No else seems interested in FIMK trading anymore...

So, maybe we can think that as official rate until something else comes up.

Trading should be easy and fun, fun even if you lose by doing it. I even stopped using CCEDK after faced too many problems with them (also by my own mistakes). OpenLedger looks very good, but you cant deposit/withdrawal there FIMK or Bitcoin directly (same goes for NXT AE).

If you can do gateway, you could do it also for some other coins what do you prefer, I bet it would became popular, at least for some groups at first and maybe for bigger audience later. You could make some money by transaction fees. I know it would take lot of work and at least one VPS server, but.. Just a thought :)

warmach #9 on: June 20, 2016, 03:32:20 AM

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Trading should be easy and fun, fun even if you lose by doing it. I even stopped using CCEDK after faced too many problems with them (also by my own mistakes).

Trading on OpenLedger is pretty easy.  It is just like any other online exchange.  You can use the web interface or run your own local client. 

OpenLedger looks very good, but you cant deposit/withdrawal there FIMK or Bitcoin directly (same goes for NXT AE).

It works exactly the same as any other exchange.  You send BTC to them and they hold it.  They then give your account a positive balance, you trade, etc.  The BTC never moves until you withdraw.  OpenLedger works the same way.  You deposit to a gateway, they give the represented token and you trade away.  Another benefit of OpenLedger is that there are multiple gateways.  If you don't like a particular provider, you can use another.  It is like having multiple traditional exchanges all on the same inter operating trading platform.

If you can do gateway, you could do it also for some other coins what do you prefer, I bet it would became popular, at least for some groups at first and maybe for bigger audience later. You could make some money by transaction fees. I know it would take lot of work and at least one VPS server, but.. Just a thought :)

I already have a similar setup for my forging pool.  I would only need to write the code to move assets around in OpenLedger.  You are right, I could do the same thing for other currencies.  It comes down to time and trust.  I would need the time to write the code for other  currencies and I would need to build trust from that currencies community.  I hope that I already have the trust of the FIM community.
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Eliphaz Fimk #10 on: July 05, 2016, 11:31:54 AM

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House backed offer rates for Fitcoin BTC asset have been updated to follow FIMK's general market rate increase towards the 150 satoshi level.

https://lompsa.com/#/assets/fim/2339799191405258101/trade

ccedk #11 on: July 06, 2016, 11:56:07 PM

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F-I-M-K-enterprise #12 on: July 10, 2016, 06:30:04 PM

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What is considered the best way to state the price of FIMK?

If it is so thinly traded on OpenLedger?

Yesterday i bought 490,000 for 0.2 BTC but this was off exchange.

I am looking to buy a few million but how to determine the current reasonable price?

You can see the 0.2 BTC trade in this acount

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