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Jeremy
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Jeremy Jan 24
How come version 0.8.69 of EFIN has removed the CBET wallet? Like what happens to the CBET in there that is *meant* to get a share of gaming revenue? Is CBET worthless now or is there a grand plan?
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Jeremy Jan 21
Replying to @APompliano
What did it say?
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Jeremy Jan 14
Replying to @TraderCobb
Fair play - congrats!
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Jeremy Jan 14
Replying to @TraderCobb
Do you get that feeing, that it’s gonna crash back from ~$210 to ~$120ish in a single wick like it did in May? Feels like a pump/dump atm given all this bond courrier bs haha
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Jeremy Jan 8
Thoroughly enjoyed this one and learned about a unique/interesting topic - great work. Perfect level of detail and explanations also 👌🏻
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Jeremy Dec 31
Replying to @AlexSaundersAU
BTC $126,000 ETH $4,200 XRP $0.61
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Jeremy Dec 30
Replying to @krugermacro
i’m so confused based on that text at the bottom 🤔 average exchange rate movement over 2 day period for AUS is nearly 2% over 13 years?!
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Jeremy Dec 30
Keep up the great work Joe 👌🏻
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Jeremy Dec 24
Replying to @AlexSaundersAU
Harmful and dangerous to the existing scam of a financial system, that is
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Jeremy Dec 2
Replying to @efinexchange @tokenpay
That will be awesome when complete :) On the privacy side, can you guys please change how you take fees from ETH withdrawals... Currently all withdrawals go through a smart contract (splits to destination & fee addr.) which effectively links all eFIN dex users together :( notgood
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Jeremy Dec 2
Replying to @efinexchange @tokenpay
At the end of the day, the liability is only active during a trade and the maximum loss is the traded funds... and then no one would use it ever again. Having individual ownership of private keys solves 99% of the issue - they can’t shut down and take them :)
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Jeremy Dec 2
Replying to @efinexchange @tokenpay
So how does efin operate? My understanding was a 3rd party (ie you guys) is trusted with the escrow step?
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Jeremy Dec 2
Replying to @derekcapo @mdudas
What about ones that are built entirely with Ethereum smart contracts, backed by the existing network?
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Jeremy Nov 13
Replying to @Ledger
What about Ledger Blue?
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Jeremy Nov 11
never pumps, only declines :( ... despite great underlying progress
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Jeremy Nov 6
Replying to @krugermacro
This changes my answer - most of the USD charts that people reference are provided based on USDT trading pairs. If people race to get rid of their Tether below USD parity, it would obviously push the price up of everything which it flows into.
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Jeremy Nov 6
Replying to @APompliano
This will be the modern-day space race within the next year, mark these words.
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Jeremy Nov 5
And I say this, knowing that user funds are safe on a DEX as opposed to a CEX. But point being the DEX won’t “live on forever” on a smart contract or something with no owner... it’s hosted and operated by a centralised body (ie you guys), correct? this could (in theory) close too
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Jeremy Nov 5
If they are closing for economic reasons (ie not a hack) how is that any different to the risks the EFIN DEX is exposed to? Like i mean, the servers, hosting, development etc are funded by (I assume) money, to deliver a business plan. If it isn’t profitable it dies...
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Jeremy Nov 1
Also wondering this please
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