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Did Coinbase just change the BTC/BCH icons to look nearly identical on their iOS price ticker widget? /r/Bitcoin

Did Coinbase just change the BTC/BCH icons to look nearly identical on their iOS price ticker widget? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[DEV] I just released a new crypto charts widget. Let me know what you think about it.

I just released a crypto charts ticker widget on play store : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.coconutdev.cryptochartswidget
Features : - Realtime chart widget - Editable exchange markets including Coinbase, Kraken, Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Coinhouse, Poloniex, ... - Editable exchange pairs including Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, LiteCoin, BitcoinCash, Cardano, Stellar and thousands other altcoins. - Editable zoom and period - Editable chart type (candles or line) - Editable widget size and opacity - MACD Indicator
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can somebody possibly help me with this?

So I posted this under web design and someone told me that it was in the java script and hadn't gotten any other answers than that..
What I am trying to do is trying to make this text a bit smaller a bit smaller so that it will fit in my header on muse and also trying to get rid of that little "Embedded by tradingview" thing at the bottom if at all possible.. I tried to adjust the code with changing the numbers in front of the px and I also tried just erasing the majority of the top part but none of that worked so hopefully you guys will know better than me.. Hopefully (Fingers Crossed)
Here it is: TradingView Widget BEGIN


TradingView Widget END
Heres the code
and heres a picture so you know what im talking about..
https://imgur.com/a/3AZNb
Please let me know thanks!
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Hi can anyone help me with this please?

SO I have been trying to add this ticker at the htop of my website that i am creating using adobe Muse, but for some reason when I upload it it is way to thick and makes it to where yoou can barely se my other header menu, and theres this annoying liittle "Created by Tradingview" thing that appearsa t the bottom, that I also dont want there..
I think that the size issue can be sorted and fixed by me adjusting the size of the text in it. However, when I went to change the numbers in front of the px in the code listed below it did nothing to the widget inside my website, and also I couldnt find or figure out whre it had this little "Embedded by Tradingview" thing so I can erase it and take it out..
I dont know anythin about code so I was hoping someone might be able to help me out?
TradingView Widget BEGIN


TradingView Widget END
Heres the code
and heres a picture so you know what im talking about..
https://imgur.com/a/3AZNb
Thanks!
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My bitcoin mobile apps. Share your opinion

Here is a list of my bitcoin mobile apps which I use. Waiting for your comments and your additions to the list
Payment - BitPay
PriceChecker - Bitcoin Ticker Widget
Trader - TabTrader
Wallet - Bitcoin Wallet
News agg - Crypto News
ICO catalog - ICO Market
Investment - Lawnmower
WalletCalculator - Blockfolio
CoinGenerator - Free Bitcoin Miner
Communication - BitBuds Mingle
BTC Map - Bitcoin Map
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Bitcoin 1.0 vs 2.0 – or – A Comparison of the Largest USD/BTC Exchange & UltraCoin: Features & Costs

I was looking at the offerings of Bitfinex just now, after hearing that Coinbase had the highest volume of any US-based broker just weeks after opening an exchange (we’ll discuss that at a different time, since Coinbase is waiving fees meaning those users are hot money, but likely are part of the largest installed user base). What I found was illuminating, at least for me since I don’t follow the offerings of BTC brokers and exchanges that closely. Bitfinix offers leverage, plain vanilla swaps and TRS (total return swaps - basically fixed/variable rates in major fiat denominations for cryptocurrency (BTC. LTC, DRK) exposure). I said to myself, “Wow, that’s pretty advanced.” Then I looked at the fees page, and saw the swaps were priced at 15%. The first thing that came to mind was the difference, and limitations that come with the business models of first generation bitcoin companies and second generation bitcoin companies.
To put this into perspective, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers user programmable swaps (ie. you can make your own CDS, TRS or plain vanilla, or even a custom swap) with exposures to not just 3 cryptos and 3 or 4 fiat currencies, but all major and most exotic currency pairs (dozens) as well as over 45,000 tickers covering EVERY major asset class (stocks, bonds, forex & commodities as well as cryptos) from exchanges throughout the world****. This is all capable at a sliding scale of 10 to 25 basis points, round trip. That's the equivalent of 5 bp to 12.5 bp per trade - or 1/150th of what Bitfinex charges for a much simpler and more constrained product. In addition, all of this is done without UltraCoin havin any possession of your funds, whatsoever. Veritaseum (the company behind UltraCoin) is a software concern, not a financial entiity, thus you have no exposure to our balance sheet. We cannot MT. Gox you and you essentially have no counterparty, default or credit risk because your counterparty is the blockchain, and you trade peer to peer vs. through a centralized exchange. Pretty big difference, no?
I will continue my discussion on pricing and features right after I delineate the distinction between the two.

The Difference between Bitcoin 1.0 and Bitcoin 2.0 Companies

To begin with, I'd like to make clear that not only is the title misleading, but all references to the same are essentially inaccurate. Bitcoin itself is still in beta stage (0.9x) thus its not accurate to refer to 1st and 2nd generations of bitcoin businesses. If anything, we're all in beta. Now that I've gotten that off of my chest... The first bold generation of bitcoin entrepreneurs (it's amazing that you can refer to companies born 2 and 3 years ago as a previous generation, it just goes to show you how fast this space is moving!) built businesses based upon bitcoin as a legacy commodity. Basically, they bought, sold, transmitted or transferred it as a unit of value. They did this because that's how everything was done for the last several thousand years in the financial services industry. Basically, they had no choice - or so they thought. Then came those who read the Satoshi whitepaper and the bitcoin wiki and saw a very different meaning. My team and I are among those entrepreneurs. We saw that bitcoins were malleable, programmable, tools with which one can use to paint upon the canvas of value. A far cry from the moving of static financial widgets from place to place. Think of moving bitcoins around (bitcoin 1.0 companies) vs programming bitcoins to act on their own according to their contractual owner's wishes (bitcoin 2.0 companies) akin to pushing a model T Ford around town vs. programming your driverless electric Tesla to go by the grocery store to pick up some fresh produce before swinging by the school to pick up your kids on the way home to meet you to take your wife (girlfriend?) out to dinner.

A Real World Comparison of Bitcoin Companies: Bitfinex (v1.0) vs Veritaseum (v2.0)

Tickers Available

Bitfinex: ~6 or 7 (this is an approximation) - BTC, LTC, DRK, USD & (I'm assuming EUR, CNY and maybe GBP). It is quite possible that I'm underestimating their portfolio here.
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: ~45,000+
Asset Classes Available
Bitfinex: Crypto and forex
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, Forex, Cryptos and many indices
Costs Bitfinex: up to 40bp round trip, 1,500bp for swaps
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 25 bp round trip for all products (primarily smart contract swap driven)
Leverage available: Bitfinex: Assumed to be up to 50x, traditional margin lending
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 10,000x, with finite digital P/L parameters (no margin calls, no negative account drawdowns)
How does Veritaseum do it? We program the bitcoin to act according to a mutual agreement between two or more parties, then send it to the blockchain to act accordingly. These agreements are self executing, unbreakable promises known as "Smart Contracts". In this case, they are highly customizable, P2P OTC swaps, but we are working on a multitude of other products, services and solutions as well. We also supply very high level, unconflicted, independent and impartial strategy and research for our customers. Since we don't use our balance sheet and we don't act as a principal, we have no incentive to skewer the research in any particular direction.

Smart Contracts as Transaction Vehicles: The Safest Possible Way To Exchange Value

Veritaseum's UltraCoin BTC-based smart contracts are: 1. highly flexible - you design your own derivatives yourself using your own parameters via our simple graphical user interface 2. self-executing 3. autonomous 4. unbreachable: we call them, the unbreakable promise! They are backed, fortified and stored by/on the Bitcoin blockchain itself 5. uber-transparent: simple click the "trace transaction" button to find the location and historical travel path of your assets anytime, from anywhere you have an internet connection

Trading Through a Balance Sheet-Based Financial Institution vs. Distributed, Decentralized, P2P Software Concern

It's a matter of risk. This is not a dig at Bitfinex. After looking at their volume (significant) and their offerings (quite impressive given the newness of this industry) the last thing I would ever want to do is to disparage them. As a matter of fact, I give them kudos! Good job, fellas! What I do want to accomplish is the education through the fact that the Bitcoin protocol has given rise to the genesis of a new type of company, with a new business model that can offer a totally new type of product. As you were able to see from above, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers a very uniquer product with many if not all of the attributes that potential competitors offer, with a slew of attributes that others can't touch. This is done at 1/150th of the price and at much less risk! When dealing with Veritaseum's UltraCoin, you can never get Gox'd because we never have (nor do we want) possession of your coins or fiat - every, at any time. Because we don't user our balance sheet (we are a software company, not a centralized exchange or brokedealer) you:
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
We are in beta, so please be aware of that and the shortcomings that it entails (although it is also my opinion that most bitcoin companies are in beta because bitcoin itself is in beta, as implied above). I implore you to download, and trade with, our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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Bitcoin 1.0 vs 2.0 – or – A Comparison of Legacy Exchanges & Veritaseum's UltraCoin

Veritaseum is looking for liquidity providers to assist in kickstarting the world's first global P2P exchange. If you have a healthy stash of BTC, please contact us to discuss.
I was looking at the offerings of a large US bitcoin exchange just now, after hearing that Coinbase had the highest volume of any US-based broker just weeks after opening an exchange (we’ll discuss that at a different time, since Coinbase is waiving fees meaning those users are hot money, but likely are part of the largest installed bitcoin user base in the world and growing rapidly). What I found was illuminating, at least for me since I don’t follow the offerings of BTC brokers and exchanges that closely. I noticed several of the industry (BTC exchange) leaders offer leverage, plain vanilla swaps and TRS (total return swaps - basically fixed/variable rates in major fiat denominations for cryptocurrency (BTC. LTC, DRK) exposure). I said to myself, “Wow, that’s pretty advanced.” Then I looked at the fees, and saw the swaps were priced up to and past 15%. Then, upon further research, I realized that these swaps were financing mechanisms for margin lending. The first thing that came to mind was the difference, and limitations that come with the business models of first generation bitcoin companies and second generation Bitcoin companies. Take notice in the difference of the capitalization. Lower case "b" denotes the accounts of value that the mainstream media calls digital currency. Upper case "B" denotes the blockchain-based, protocol driven services and capabilities behind the lower case "b". Generation 1.0 v. generation 2.0!
To put this into perspective, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers user programmable swaps (ie. you can make your own CDS, TRS or plain vanilla, or even a custom swap) with exposures to not just 3 cryptos and 3 or 4 fiat currencies, but all major and most exotic currency pairs (dozens) as well as over 45,000 tickers covering EVERY major asset class (stocks, bonds, forex & commodities as well as cryptos) from exchanges throughout the world. This is all capable at a sliding scale of 10 to 25 basis points, round trip. That's the equivalent of 5 bp to 12.5 bp per trade. In addition, all of this is done without UltraCoin having any possession of your funds, whatsoever. Veritaseum (the company behind UltraCoin) is a software concern, not a financial entity, thus you have no exposure to our balance sheet. We cannot MT. Gox you and you essentially have no counterparty, default or credit risk because your counterparty is the blockchain, and you trade peer to peer vs. through a centralized exchange. Pretty big difference from the legacy systems that we're all used to, no?

The Difference between Bitcoin 1.0 and Bitcoin 2.0 Companies

To begin with, I'd like to make clear that not only is the title misleading, but all references to the same are essentially inaccurate. Bitcoin itself is still in beta stage (0.9x) thus its not accurate to refer to 1st and 2nd generations of bitcoin businesses. If anything, we're all in beta. Now that I've gotten that off of my chest... The first bold generation of bitcoin entrepreneurs (it's amazing that you can refer to companies born 2 and 3 years ago as a previous generation, it just goes to show you how fast this space is moving!) built businesses based upon bitcoin as a legacy commodity. Basically, they bought, sold, transmitted or transferred it as a unit of value. They did this because that's how everything was done for the last several thousand years in the financial services industry. Basically, they had no choice - or so they thought. Then came those who read the Satoshi whitepaper and the bitcoin wiki and saw a very different meaning. My team and I are among those entrepreneurs. We saw that bitcoins were malleable, programmable, tools with which one can use to paint upon the canvas of value. A far cry from the moving of static financial widgets from place to place. Think of moving bitcoins around (bitcoin 1.0 companies) vs programming bitcoins to act on their own according to their contractual owner's wishes (bitcoin 2.0 companies) akin to pushing a model T Ford around town vs. programming your driverless electric Tesla to go by the grocery store to pick up some fresh produce before swinging by the school to pick up your kids on the way home to meet you to take your wife (girlfriend?) out to dinner.

A Real World Comparison of Bitcoin Companies

Tickers Available

Veritaseum's UltraCoin: ~45,000+
Asset Classes Available
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, Forex, Cryptos and many indices
Costs Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 25 bp round trip for all products (primarily smart contract swap driven)
Leverage available: Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 10,000x, with finite digital P/L parameters (no margin calls, no negative account drawdowns)
How does Veritaseum do it? We program the bitcoin to act according to a mutual agreement between two or more parties, then send it to the blockchain to act accordingly. These agreements are self executing, unbreakable promises known as "Smart Contracts". In this case, they are highly customizable, P2P OTC swaps, but we are working on a multitude of other products, services and solutions as well. We also supply very high level, unconflicted, independent and impartial strategy and research for our customers. Since we don't use our balance sheet and we don't act as a principal, we have no incentive to skewer the research in any particular direction.

Smart Contracts as Transaction Vehicles: The Safest Possible Way To Exchange Value

Veritaseum's UltraCoin BTC-based smart contracts are: 1. highly flexible - you design your own derivatives yourself using your own parameters via our simple graphical user interface 2. self-executing 3. autonomous 4. unbreachable: we call them, the unbreakable promise! They are backed, fortified and stored by/on the Bitcoin blockchain itself 5. uber-transparent: simple click the "trace transaction" button to find the location and historical travel path of your assets anytime, from anywhere you have an internet connection

Trading Through a Balance Sheet-Based Financial Institution vs. Distributed, Decentralized, P2P Software Concern

What I do want to accomplish is the education through the fact that the Bitcoin protocol has given rise to the genesis of a new type of company, with a new business model that can offer a totally new type of product. As you were able to see from above, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers a very uniquer product with many if not all of the attributes that potential competitors offer, with a slew of attributes that others can't touch. This is done at 1/150th of the price and at much less risk! When dealing with Veritaseum's UltraCoin, you can never get Gox'd because we never have (nor do we want) possession of your coins or fiat - every, at any time. Because we don't user our balance sheet (we are a software company, not a centralized exchange or brokedealer) you:
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
I implore you to download our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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(Hiring)- I need a bitcoin price ticker widget designed.

(EDIT)-I believe I have found somebody to do the job. If this changes, I will contact others who have expressed interest in helping. Thanks.
I am looking for a widget which sources from Bitstamp or Coinbase in US dollars. I would like for it to also have the 24 hour high, the 24 hour low, the 24 hour volume, and the 24 hour % change. I like the one that I see at the Winkdex, which can be seen at http://winkdex.com/
I would want the widget to say "Powered by BitcoinBulldog.com" similar to the way the BTCQuote widget appears found here:
https://www.firebase.com/blog/2013-10-25-btcquote-bitcoin-price-ticker.html
From what I understand the APIs from the exchanges only like a certain amount of requests per minute or hour, so some advice and guidance would be appreciated as to how we should set this up so that the ticker is always going to work without isssue
Additionally, since I will want other websites to embed my widget for use on their websites, I will want the widget to be in various display sizes such as 300 X 250, 336 X 280, 728 X 90, 300 X 600
These seem to be the top four sizes that Google suggests for ad word campaigns on websites as far as CTR, and as such I would imagine these would fit well into the most amount of websites without causing the website/blog owners to have to redesign their websites to fit the widget.
The layout for the information displayed with the widget will need a couple different designs due to the size and shape changes of the 4 various sizes I am looking for.
The ideal candidate will have created something similar in the past which I can see.
Feel free to PM me if interested. Please indicate the price you will charge as well as the time frame necessary to complete the work.
Thanks.
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Bitcoin 1.0 vs 2.0 – or – A Comparison of the Largest USD/BTC Exchange & UltraCoin: Features & Costs

I was looking at the offerings of Bitfinex just now, after hearing that Coinbase had the highest volume of any US-based broker just weeks after opening an exchange (we’ll discuss that at a different time, since Coinbase is waiving fees meaning those users are hot money, but likely are part of the largest installed user base). What I found was illuminating, at least for me since I don’t follow the offerings of BTC brokers and exchanges that closely. Bitfinix offers leverage, plain vanilla swaps and TRS (total return swaps - basically fixed/variable rates in major fiat denominations for cryptocurrency (BTC. LTC, DRK) exposure). I said to myself, “Wow, that’s pretty advanced.” Then I looked at the fees page, and saw the swaps were priced at 15%. The first thing that came to mind was the difference, and limitations that come with the business models of first generation bitcoin companies and second generation bitcoin companies.
To put this into perspective, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers user programmable swaps (ie. you can make your own CDS, TRS or plain vanilla, or even a custom swap) with exposures to not just 3 cryptos and 3 or 4 fiat currencies, but all major and most exotic currency pairs (dozens) as well as over 45,000 tickers covering EVERY major asset class (stocks, bonds, forex & commodities as well as cryptos) from exchanges throughout the world****. This is all capable at a sliding scale of 10 to 25 basis points, round trip. That's the equivalent of 5 bp to 12.5 bp per trade - or 1/150th of what Bitfinex charges for a much simpler and more constrained product. In addition, all of this is done without UltraCoin havin any possession of your funds, whatsoever. Veritaseum (the company behind UltraCoin) is a software concern, not a financial entiity, thus you have no exposure to our balance sheet. We cannot MT. Gox you and you essentially have no counterparty, default or credit risk because your counterparty is the blockchain, and you trade peer to peer vs. through a centralized exchange. Pretty big difference, no?
I will continue my discussion on pricing and features right after I delineate the distinction between the two.

The Difference between Bitcoin 1.0 and Bitcoin 2.0 Companies

To begin with, I'd like to make clear that not only is the title misleading, but all references to the same are essentially inaccurate. Bitcoin itself is still in beta stage (0.9x) thus its not accurate to refer to 1st and 2nd generations of bitcoin businesses. If anything, we're all in beta. Now that I've gotten that off of my chest... The first bold generation of bitcoin entrepreneurs (it's amazing that you can refer to companies born 2 and 3 years ago as a previous generation, it just goes to show you how fast this space is moving!) built businesses based upon bitcoin as a legacy commodity. Basically, they bought, sold, transmitted or transferred it as a unit of value. They did this because that's how everything was done for the last several thousand years in the financial services industry. Basically, they had no choice - or so they thought. Then came those who read the Satoshi whitepaper and the bitcoin wiki and saw a very different meaning. My team and I are among those entrepreneurs. We saw that bitcoins were malleable, programmable, tools with which one can use to paint upon the canvas of value. A far cry from the moving of static financial widgets from place to place. Think of moving bitcoins around (bitcoin 1.0 companies) vs programming bitcoins to act on their own according to their contractual owner's wishes (bitcoin 2.0 companies) akin to pushing a model T Ford around town vs. programming your driverless electric Tesla to go by the grocery store to pick up some fresh produce before swinging by the school to pick up your kids on the way home to meet you to take your wife (girlfriend?) out to dinner.

A Real World Comparison of Bitcoin Companies: Bitfinex (v1.0) vs Veritaseum (v2.0)

Tickers Available

Bitfinex: ~6 or 7 (this is an approximation) - BTC, LTC, DRK, USD & (I'm assuming EUR, CNY and maybe GBP). It is quite possible that I'm underestimating their portfolio here.
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: ~45,000+
Asset Classes Available
Bitfinex: Crypto and forex
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, Forex, Cryptos and many indices
Costs Bitfinex: up to 40bp round trip, 1,500bp for swaps
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 25 bp round trip for all products (primarily smart contract swap driven)
Leverage available: Bitfinex: Assumed to be up to 50x, traditional margin lending
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 10,000x, with finite digital P/L parameters (no margin calls, no negative account drawdowns)
How does Veritaseum do it? We program the bitcoin to act according to a mutual agreement between two or more parties, then send it to the blockchain to act accordingly. These agreements are self executing, unbreakable promises known as "Smart Contracts". In this case, they are highly customizable, P2P OTC swaps, but we are working on a multitude of other products, services and solutions as well. We also supply very high level, unconflicted, independent and impartial strategy and research for our customers. Since we don't use our balance sheet and we don't act as a principal, we have no incentive to skewer the research in any particular direction.

Smart Contracts as Transaction Vehicles: The Safest Possible Way To Exchange Value

Veritaseum's UltraCoin BTC-based smart contracts are: 1. highly flexible - you design your own derivatives yourself using your own parameters via our simple graphical user interface 2. self-executing 3. autonomous 4. unbreachable: we call them, the unbreakable promise! They are backed, fortified and stored by/on the Bitcoin blockchain itself 5. uber-transparent: simple click the "trace transaction" button to find the location and historical travel path of your assets anytime, from anywhere you have an internet connection

Trading Through a Balance Sheet-Based Financial Institution vs. Distributed, Decentralized, P2P Software Concern

It's a matter of risk. This is not a dig at Bitfinex. After looking at their volume (significant) and their offerings (quite impressive given the newness of this industry) the last thing I would ever want to do is to disparage them. As a matter of fact, I give them kudos! Good job, fellas! What I do want to accomplish is the education through the fact that the Bitcoin protocol has given rise to the genesis of a new type of company, with a new business model that can offer a totally new type of product. As you were able to see from above, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers a very uniquer product with many if not all of the attributes that potential competitors offer, with a slew of attributes that others can't touch. This is done at 1/150th of the price and at much less risk! When dealing with Veritaseum's UltraCoin, you can never get Gox'd because we never have (nor do we want) possession of your coins or fiat - every, at any time. Because we don't user our balance sheet (we are a software company, not a centralized exchange or brokedealer) you:
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
We are in beta, so please be aware of that and the shortcomings that it entails (although it is also my opinion that most bitcoin companies are in beta because bitcoin itself is in beta, as implied above). I implore you to download, and trade with, our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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Looking for someone to create a bitcoin ticker for my website

I run bitcoin warrior.net. I am interested in having someone create a custom bitcoin ticker that will show current, high and low prices for Mt. Gox, BTC-e, Campbx, and Coinbase. I'd like Mt. Gox to be shown as default and tabs along the top of the widget to let the user select the exchange they want to see.
I am running Wordpress Theme forest Avada theme.
Please let me know if you are interested and how many BTC you think it would take.
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My first time buyer experience at Coinbase.

TL;DR My experience with Coinbase has been less than perfect, and not without a number of struggles. IMO they're still a solid exchange, so don't be discouraged, and don't be afraid to contact support -- just be prepared for a less than prompt experience.
 
I've been following the whole development of bitcoin for about 2 years now and until recently I hadn't owned any of significance. I wanted to get a better grasp on the concept of cryptocurrency and avoid the volatility of its early days before I put any sizable amount of investment into an experimental currency. I've gotten comfortable with the risks and at the beginning of this month I decided I would submit a buy order at an exchange.
 
Setting up my Account
 
After settling on Coinbase as the exchange I set up my account, jumped through a few verification hoops, enabled Two-Factor Authentication, and installed their account management application on my mobile device (Nexus 5). Initially, the application was having some weird behavior - it would bounce from app to web browser causing me to have to submit two separate TFA verification codes. After submitting the two verification codes, it would then kick me back out to the login screen and the process started over. I marked this off as a poorly developed/tested mobile app and moved on to doing all of my business from their web page on a PC (from both my office and home). I then moved on to verifying bank account using the deposit method. I waited two weeks and the small deposits never showed up in my checking account. I cancelled the deposit verification and decided to do the account login verification method, which made me a little nervous but I decided I'd just plan on keeping a close eye on my account activity and have my bank's fraud department number handy. This method worked almost instantly, and I had my checking account linked and ready to make a buy order. Doing so meant Coinbase would grant me a $1USD deposit as BTC into my Wallet. Wanting to see how fast transfers occur on the blockchain I immediately transferred it out to my Bitcoin Core wallet. After submitting, it showed up as pending verification on my Bitcoin Core wallet before I could even alt+tab to the other window. Wow.
 
First Purchase Attempt
 
I followed up my bank verification with a Buy order for .31524911 BTC the next day for $108.37 ($343.76USD/BTC), received a confirmation email that the purchase was pending.
This email is to confirm that you initiated a purchase of 0.31524911 BTC for $108.37 on Nov 6, 2014 at 06:03 am
Your bitcoin will arrive by the end of day on Thursday Nov 13, 2014.
Hooray! Cue the religious watching of my bank account for the draft. I install a Bitcoin Ticker Widget. This is exciting!
The following day (Nov. 7) I received an email notification:
After an assessment of your account activity, your recent purchase with Coinbase was cancelled. You will receive a full refund to your bank account within 3-4 business days.
Our system is designed with safety and security as the highest priorities. Because of this, sometimes not all orders are executed normally. We must exercise caution in order to protect our customers, the bitcoin community, and our company.
If you believe this cancellation is an error, please reply to this email with as much information as possible and we will be happy to manually review your account.
I immediately reply with a quick summary of my account access history, "I logged into the mobile app and I've logged into the web from my office and home". I provided all of the IP addresses so they could verify I knew my account history if logs were detailed. I also updated the initial ticket with the fact that I was unable to verify my bank using the deposit method. The ticket was updated by "Joseph"
I’m going to pass this along to my supervisors to make sure it’s resolved correctly. They’ll get back to you as quickly as they can. I’m sorry for the trouble!
One day later (Nov. 8) I receive an email that my bank account is successfully linked. Well, that's interesting -- I thought this was already done when I received the notification on my account management page. I log in to my bank account to make sure everything is still as it should be, with my fraud department number ready to dial if something doesn't look right. All's well. Okay, maybe this was just a step that got missed when my initial bank verification steps were "completed" but didn't actually get enabled on their end and therefore triggered the cancellation.
 
Second Purchase Attempt
 
With no ticket update from the Coinbase team, I assumed the latest message meant the issue preventing purchase was resolved and initiated my second purchase the next day. Confirmation email arrives for my second purchase arrives.
This email is to confirm that you initiated a purchase of 0.38220527 BTC for $137.99 on Nov 9, 2014 at 10:17 am
The exchange rate has climbed to $361.04USD/BTC. Oh well, I've missed out on a decent (5%) growth over 3 days (!!!) waiting on issues to be resolved. Nothing to get terribly upset about, such is life in the investment world. This purchase is underway and I can sit tight. I get an email the next day (Nov. 10) from "Alex". A reply from the previous purchase's cancellation ticket.
I’m very sorry for the trouble!
Sometimes a bank transfer can be canceled if your account hasn’t been identified as a trusted payment source. Coinbase is frequently targeted by malicious users who attempt purchase fraud, so we use several counteractive measures to prevent this.
However, at this point I’ve completed a manual review and removed any holds on your account – your transactions should no longer be flagged as high risk or cancelled on our end.
Again, I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. Please let me know if you need further assistance and I’ll be glad to help.
This is excellent! I've got a purchase underway and all holds are out of the way
 
The next day (Nov. 11), I receive a familiar email:
After an assessment of your account activity, your recent purchase with Coinbase was cancelled. You will receive a full refund to your bank account within 3-4 business days.
 
DAFUQ? I guess the "removed any holds on your account" doesn't mean what I think it means. The exchange rate has climbed to ~$420USD/BTC.
 
I immediately reply with "I thought this was fixed...". The support ticket is opened (their Auto-reply arrives from the support portal) on this cancellation. 7 minutes later I receive an update from one of their support personnel. It's important to note that I respond the exact same way as the last ticket I opened.
Could you please respond or email us at [email protected] from the email address associated with your Coinbase account so that we may assist you in this matter?
 
I effectively replied with "Interesting, I didn't have this challenge with my last ticket" and begin setting up my email client to allow me to "send as" an alias I use for account management on various sites (a security measure I use to minimize the damage from a compromised service). I finish my tests to be sure the "send as" address is working, and I'm a bit perturbed since I've now missed out on a 22% climb, so I just go to bed deciding to deal with it the next day. The next morning, another reply comes in from a familiar name.
Joseph replied:
I’m going to pass this along to my supervisors to make sure it’s resolved correctly. They’ll get back to you as quickly as they can. I’m sorry for the trouble!
I'm a bit irritated that it took 9 hours to come back with a canned response. I elect to let the dust settle on the ticket and mentally prepare to close my account and try again somewhere else.
 
On Nov. 14th I receive an update on my ticket.
Hi n00tz, I am very sorry for this inconvenience.
It appears that this transaction had already been cancelled before your risk profile had been restored, although just barely. I am sincerely sorry for this inconvenience. I have double checked your account and can confirm that future purchases should complete without issue, but if I can help with anything else, please let me know. Thank you.
 
Grr. So apparently when I assumed that my bank linkage email was an affirmation of purchase readiness, I was staying true to the old adage. Upon suggestion from chinawat, I reply asking if they will honor the original purchase price, and they oblige - but my request to restart the purchase must originate from the email my account was registered. I adhere to that, and as of November 21 I am the proud owner of 0.38505333 BTC.
 
Lesson(s) Learned
 
OR
Their support will eventually resolve the case to your satisfaction, and will honor purchase prices if the transaction was cancelled in error.
All said, I will continue to use them. Hopefully my next buy orders will be much more successful.
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I just created BitAvg - free Android widgets for BitcoinAverage and Coinbase prices

I just completed my first version of BitAvg for Android, which are ticker widgets that go against both BitcoinAverage and Coinbase. I've been working on it for the past few nights since I couldn't find a tickewidget out there which had BitcoinAverage.
It's now out there for free on the Play market: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pimpybra.bitavg
The BitcoinAverage widget shows the average first, then shows the average with MTGox excluded. I intend to make this configurable in the future.
If you do use it, please let me know if you have any problems/suggestions/etc!
I have a few enhancements planned for the future:
I did discover one small bug this morning that the price updates to $0 if your network connection is spotty, should hopefully have that squashed today.
Note: it's only available for the U.S. and a few other countries - Google Play market's exporting legalese scared me off from making it fully available. Because of this, I might split the app into two, one for BitcoinAverage (which uses http: for the API, so no worries about encryption) and one just for Coinbase, since their API uses https and is U.S. only.
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